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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

EKSTRA: Now Showing in Cinemas Nationwide


EKSTRA: Now Showing in Cinemas Nationwide

This is the first time that I saw Vilma Santos with no make up in a movie. She deserves to be called the star for all season. She is really a wonderful actress.

Please do watch the indie film "Ekstra". It will be shown in theaters nationwide beginning August 14, 2013. You will surely not regret watching the film. Go and see the movie in theaters. Let's help our Philippine movie industry. No to pirated DVDs.





Monday, August 12, 2013

Top 10 weird visa applications


Top 10 weird visa applications

Are you applying for a Visa to go somewhere? Maybe to work or live out your dream? 


Are you aware that your reasons for applying do matter when filling up the application or when interviewed? So, I suggest you put your acts together and make sure it agrees with the laws of the country that you want to access so you'll get higher chances of getting approved. Global Visas is a private company that helps individuals and businesses wishing to secure visas in the country of their choice thus, Globalvisas.com has put together a list of the ten weirdest applications they have come across with in the last 12 months. When asked for their reasons for travel, applicants gave an unusual array of answers - from the illegal, to the unexpected, and the frankly odd.

We are all unique individuals in every sense of the word, that’s already given, we all have certain hopes in our lives, which might have been inspired from your favorite show, a novel or maybe sparked from an article you read in the past. This somehow, though slim in chance may have pushed us to gain interest in trying our luck and living that glorious aspirations outside the Philippines. I guess everything is possible now-a-days but then do consider the list I have below, if you are under this spell, and consider this wise.

According to them, the ten strangest reasons for applying for a visa are the following:

1) A South African man applied for a European visa, by saying he wanted to go to Romania to become a vampire hunter.

2) On his UK visa application, a Brazilian man said he wanted to bring "flamenco to the streets of Norwich".

3) A Russian woman applied for a European visa, so she could work as a prostitute in the Netherlands.

4) An embalmer from Mexico applied for a visa to ply his trade in Spain. When his criminal record was unearthed, the visa was refused.

5) On his European visa a Mali man said he was skilled with a pirogue, and wanted to transfer his skills to gondola driving in Venice.

6) A UK man listed his profession as a dog food taster on his US visa application.

7) A man in the Philippines applied to travel to Australia because he was "evading the local authorities".

8) One woman applying to move from France to the US gave her profession as 'foot model'.

9) A woman applied for a UK visa, saying she had "seasonal work as a zombie" .

10) A Peruvian man applied for a European visa to work as an "alpaca shearer" during "shearing season".

Note that every country has certain laws and limitations when come to this. So for an absurd reason of running from the a crime here in Manila, don’t count your luck on it. If ever you fall into one of the list or you are at loss of what better career options to file for, it would be good to seek out professionals who are adept to this kind of application, and those that could assure your visa approval.

Don’t get into shameful discussions about your reasons and thus getting disappointed on a disapproved application and eventually not finding a vampire or zombies in some countries.

On Global Visas

Global Visas has won for its clients the most difficult battles as far as visa facilitation is concerned, such as immigration to Australia. The expertise of the Global Visas team allows it to deliver the best quality service in the lodgment of spousal, fiancée, tourist and working visas. The company holds the distinct advantage of having personnel in destination countries as well as constant updating of visa regulations in these areas: the USA, Canada, UK and other parts of Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asian territories. Visit http://www.globalvisas.com/ for more information.


Sunday, August 11, 2013

UPDATED LIST TUESDAY AUGUST 20, 2013: Class Suspensions


UPDATED LIST TUESDAY AUGUST 20, 2013: Class Suspensions 


Due to the effects of Tropical Storm Maring and the enhanced southwest monsoon, classes in certain areas have been suspended for August 20, 2013.
Please check back on this page for updates. This list was collated from announcements made online by schools and LGUs. For more details on the rules for suspension, please read Executive Order No. 66, s. 2012 This list was last updated on 6:55 a.m., August 20, 2013. For real-time updates from the media and different organizations, please track the #walangpasok hashtag on Twitter. For updates on the weather, please visit http://www.pagasa.dost.gov.ph/.

Metro Manila

  1. Caloocan City (all levels)
  2. Las Piñas City (all levels)
  3. Makati City (all levels)
  4. Malabon City (all levels)
  5. Mandaluyong City (all levels)
  6. Manila City (all levels)
  7. Marikina (preschool to high school)
  8. Muntinlupa City (all levels)
  9. Navotas City (all levels)
  10. Parañaque City (all levels)
  11. Pateros City (all levels)
  12. Pasay City (all levels)
  13. Pasig City (all levels)
  14. Quezon City (all levels)
  15. San Juan City (all levels)
  16. Taguig City (all levels)
  17. Valenzuela City (preschool to high school)

By Province

  1. Angeles, Pampanga (preschool to high school)
  2. Antipolo, Rizal (preschool to high school)
  3. Bataan (all levels)
  4. Batangas (all levels)
  5. Cainta, Rizal (all levels)
  6. Cavite (all levels)
  7. Laguna (all levels)
  8. Pangasinan (preschool to high school)
  9. Baliuag, Bulacan (all levels)
  10. Bocaue, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  11. Calumpit, Bulacan (all levels)
  12. Hagonoy, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  13. Malolos, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  14. Meycauayan, Bulacan (all levels)
  15. Obando, Bulacan (all levels)
  16. San Jose del Monte, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  17. Dagupan, Pangasinan (all levels)
  18. Angono, Rizal (preschool to high school)
  19. San Mateo, Rizal (preschool to high school)
  20. Taytay, Rizal (all levels)
  21. Tanay, Rizal (preschool to high school)
  22. Rodriguez, Rizal (all levels)
  23. San Fernando, Pampanga (all levels)
School Specific
  1. Ateneo de Manila University (all levels)
  2. Ateneo Law School
  3. Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health
  4. Arellano University – Main, Mandaluyong, Pasay, Malabon campuses (all levels and office operations)
  5. Baliuag University (all levels)
  6. Central Colleges of the Philippines (all classes and office operations)
  7. Centro Escolar University – Manila, Malolos Campus (all classes and office operations)
  8. De La Salle University – Dasmariñas (all levels and office operations)
  9. De La Salle University – Taft and STC, Makati, and Ortigas (all levels and office operations)
  10. De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde
  11. De La Salle Lipa (preschool to high school)
  12. Don Bosco Technical College
  13. Far Eastern University – Manila; FEU East Asia College; and FEU Makati (all levels and office operations)
  14. Fatima University – Valenzuela, QC, Antipolo, Pampanga (all levels)
  15. FEATI (Far East Air Transport Incorporated) University
  16. La Verdad Christian College, Caloocan
  17. Letran, Manila
  18. Mapúa Institute of Technology (all levels)
  19. Makati Medical Center College
  20. Miriam College, Quezon City (all levels)
  21. National University (all levels and office operations
  22. Perpetual Help – College of Manila (all levels)
  23. Philippine Women’s University – PWU Taft, PWU HS, JASMS INDIANA, JASMS QC (all levels and office operations)
  24. Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Bataan (all levels)
  25. Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Parañaque (all levels)
  26. Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Maragondon (all levels)
  27. Polytechnic University of the Philippines – San Pedro, Laguna (all levels)
  28. Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Sta. Mesa, Manila (all levels)
  29. Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Sta. Rosa, Laguna (all levels)
  30. Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Sto.Tomas, Batangas (all levels)
  31. Saint Francis of Assisi College (all levels, all campuses)
  32. San Pedro College of Business Administration (all levels)
  33. San Sebastian College – Recoletos, Manila (all levels and office operations)
  34. St. Paul University, Manila and Quezon City
  35. STI College, Balagtas, Bulacan
  36. University of Asia and the Pacific (all levels and office operations)
  37. University of the East, Manila and Caloocan (all levels)
  38. University of the Philippines – Diliman, Manila, Los Banos
  39. University of Perpetual Help – Biñan Campus (all levels)
  40. University of Santo Tomas (all levels and office operations)
  41. Letran, Manila (all levels)
  42. Lyceum of the Philippines University – Cavite (all levels)
  43. Lyceum of the Philippines University – Manila (all levels)
  44. Xavier School Nuvali (all levels)
  45. Additional: DILIMAN PREPARATORY SCHOOL | #walangpasok - Aug 20,2013 - ALL levels

Government Offices

  1. Courts of the National Capital Judicial Region, including the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, Court of Tax Appeals, and Sandiganbayan. (For courts outside NCJR, discretion is given to the Executive Judges to suspend.)
  2. Senate
  3. Pasay City Hall
  4. No work for Q.C. GOV'T EMPLOYEES TODAY. DRRM team to operate. -- Mayor Herbert Bautista #walangpasok
  5. Commission on Elections (COMELEC) offices in NCR (both field and main)

Source: This entry was posted in Briefing Room, Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office. 

For any questions, concerns, or complaints, contact us: action@deped.gov.ph | 02 636 1163, 02 633 1942 | 63 919 456 0027


USEFUL EMERGENCY NUMBERS


USEFUL EMERGENCY NUMBERS 

Charge your cellphones everyone! Please take note of the following  useful Emergency hotlines:

National Disaster and Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) hotlines
(02) 911-1406, (02) 912-2665, (02) 912-5668, (02) 911-1873

Philippine National Police (PNP) Hotline Patrol
117 or send TXT PNP to 2920

Bureau of Fire Protection (NCR)
117, (02) 729-5166, (02) 410-6319 (Regional Director, Information Desk)

Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) hotline
7890 or (02) 726-6255

Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA)
136, 882-0925 (flood control)
Trunkline: (02) 882-4150-77 loc. 337 (rescue), 255 (Metrobase)
Metrobase: 882-0860

Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)
(02) 304-3713, (02) 304-3904

Red Cross hotline
143, (02) 527-0000, (02) 527-8385 to 95

North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) hotlines
(02) 3-5000 and (02) 580-8910

Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) hotlines
(0920) 96-SCTEX (72839) (traffic hotline) or (045) 459-0522

Skyway System Hotline
(02) 776-7777, 0917-539-8762 (globe), 0999-888-0893 (smart), 0932-854-6980 (sun)


South Luzon Expressway (SLEx) hotline
0917-6877539 (globe), (049) 508-7509, (02) 584-4389

Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) hotline
(02) 433-8526

Philippine Coast Guard
(02) 527-3877, (02) 527-8481, 0917-724-3682 (globe), 0917-PCG-DOTC (globe)

Manila Water Hotline
1627

PHIVOLCS
Trunkline: (02) 426-1468 to 79, local 124/125 (emergency);
Text/call: 0905-313-4077 (globe)

DSWD
(632)931-81-01 to 07, local 426 (Disaster Response Unit); (02) 951-7119

Local government units (partial)

Manila Traffic Hotline – 527-3087
Cainta Traffic Hotline – 646-0044, (02) 248-1743 (hotline)
Las Piñas Traffic – 874-5756, 874-3927, 874-5754, 874-5753
Mandaluyong Hotline – 534-2993 (traffic); 533-2225 (Command Control Center)
Taguig Traffic – 838-4301 loc. 7112
Marikina STOC – 646-1651, (02) 646-1633 (traffic)
Pasig Traffic – 643-0000 (Command Control Center); 643-1111
Makati Public Safety Dept – 844-3146, 819-3270 to 71

PRAYER: Almighty Jesus, kindly spare the Philippines from the ravages of Typhoon Labuyo. Amen.

Keep safe everyone!


QUEZON CITY: No Classes on All Levels


QUEZON CITY: No Classes on All Levels
#LabuyoPH #walangpasok

For work suspension. Please standby for announcements from your LGU officials and respective companies.  Monitor updates via 
https://www.facebook.com/travelonashoestrings and stay safe!


Classes Suspension for Monday, August 19, 2013


Classes Suspension for August 19, 2013

Attention: Students, Teachers, Parents




Upon the recommendation of PAGASA, the Executive Secretary has ordered the suspension of classes in ALL levels over Pangasinan, Benguet, Bataan, Zambales, Tarlac, Pampanga, Bulacan, Rizal, Laguna, Cavite, Batangas, Occidental Mindoro and Metro Manila. Likewise, the Executive Secretary has also ordered the suspension of work in the Government Offices in Metro Manila except those involved in disaster risk reduction and management.

For any questions, concerns, or complaints, contact us: action@deped.gov.ph | 02 636 1163, 02 633 1942 | 63 919 456 0027

Here is a list of schools and areas that have declared class suspensions for Monday, August 19, 2013.
They will be joining Quezon City and the provinces of Aurora and Quezon, which will have no classes on Monday in celebration of Quezon Day.
Upon the recommendation of PAGASA, the Executive Secretary had ordered the suspension of classes in ALL levels over:
  • Metro Manila
  • Pangasinan
  • Benguet
  • Bataan
  • Zambales
  • Tarlac
  • Pampanga
  • Bulacan
  • Rizal
  • Laguna
  • Cavite
  • Batangas
  • Occidental Mindoro
*** Quezon City and the provinces of Aurora and Quezon, which will have no classes on Monday in celebration of Quezon Day.
Local government units in the areas listed below also announced suspension of classes due to heavy rain from by tropical storm "Maring".
In Metro Manila:
  • Caloocan City (all levels)
  • Las Piñas City (preschool to highschool)
  • Makati City (all levels)
  • Malabon City (all levels)
  • Mandaluyong City (all levels)
  • Manila (all levels)
  • Marikina City (all levels)
  • Muntinlupa City (all levels)
  • Navotas City (preschool to high school)
  • Parañaque City (all levels)
  • Pasay City (preschool to high school)
  • Pasig City (all levels)
  • Pateros (all levels)
  • San Juan City (all levels)
  • Taguig City (preschool to high school)
  • Valenzuela City (preschool to high school)
Outside Metro Manila:
  • Bataan (levels)
  • Benguet (all levels)
  • Cavite (all levels)
  • Laguna (all levels)
  • Occidental Mindoro (preschool to elementary)
  • Pampanga (preschool to elementary)
  • Antipolo City, Rizal (preschool to high school)
  • Bocaue, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  • Cainta, Rizal (all levels)
  • Dagupan City, Pangasinan (preschool to high school)
  • Hagonoy, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  • Malolos City, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  • Marilao, Bulacan (all levels)
  • Meycauayan, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  • Montalban, Rizal (all levels)
  • Obando, Bulacan (all levels)
  • Olongapo City, Zambales (preschool to high school)
  • Rodriguez, Rizal (all levels)
  • San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan (preschool to high school)
  • San Mateo, Rizal (all levels)
  • Subic, Zambales (all levels)
  • Taytay, Rizal (all levels)
Classes in these schools and areas are suspended due to heavy rain brought by tropical storm "Maring".
The Department of Education's guidelines on the suspension of classes include:

- Signal No. 1: No classes in kindergarten
- Signal No. 2: No classes in elementary and high school
- Signal No. 3: No classes in all levels including college

Please stay safe everyone!  #walangpasok #noclasses #maring


VIDEO:"Without You" by Anne Curtis and Martin Nievera


VIDEO:"Without You" by Anne Curtis and Martin Nievera

Actress Anne Curtis collaborated with concert king Martin Nievera in a mash-up video that is taking the internet by storm.

Yes, loves! Anne Curtis and Martin Nievera performed a duet of Without You for the YouTube channel of musical director Marvin Querido.

Anne said she did not expect that she will receive hundreds of compliments after her mash-up video was uploaded on you tube.

I was so amazed on how she carried all those notes! The video shows Anne belting out notes like we’d never seen her before. Oii, Anne you should hire your vocal coach for this song forever! Ang galing! Nailabas niya ang ganda ng boses mo dear! Taray mo dito teh!

We are not aware that Anne could rap very well! You will surely be in awe. This video is something to love Anne for even more.


Friday, August 9, 2013

Chito Miranda's Son Leaked The Chito-Neri Private Video?


Chito Miranda's Son Leaked The Chito-Neri Private Video?

After the leakage online of the sex video of Parokya ni Edgar's vocalist Chito Miranda with girlfriend Neri Naig comes alleged Facebook messages about alleged letter/s (and picture) of an alleged son of Chito Miranda owning to the leakage of the Chito-Neri sex video.

Is this for real? 



In reaction to this, Chito Miranda posted on Facebook that he doesn’t have a son. 

In other words, the alleged messages/ letters are fake.


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