Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Under storm signal no. 1 are the areas of:
Aurora / Apayao / Cagayan / Pangasinan / Nueva Ecija / Northern Quezon / Zambales / Pampanga / Tarlac / Bulacan / Bataan / Rizal / Metro Manila
Still under storm signal no. 2 are:
Ilocos Norte / Abra / Kalinga / Isabela / Ilocos Sur / Mt. Province / Ifugao / La Union / Benguet / Nueva Viscaya / Quirino
Now I wonder if there will be classes tomorrow since Rizal is under storm signal 1 and rains continue to pour.
For the latest update click PAG-ASA.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
1. Kris Aquino
2. John Lloyd Cruz
3. Sharon Cuneta
4. Piolo Pascual
5. Carmina Villaroel/Zoren Legaspi
6. Marian Rivera
7. Kim Chiu
8. Robin Padilla
9. Sarah Geronimo
10. Judy Ann Santos
11. Vic Sotto
12. Anne Curtis
13. Angel Locsin
14. Boy Abunda
15. KC Concepcion
16. Ryan Agoncillo
17. Dingdong Dantes
18. Gerald Anderson and Bea Alonzo (tie)
19. Jericho Rosales and Michael V. (tie)
20. Ai Ai delas Alas and Derek Ramsay (tie)
Heart talks about rift with Marian Rivera
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
In Washington, D.C., one of America’s top entrepreneurs is a pinay in the name of Nina Obana-Rodecker. She was invited to the U.S. capital to help promote business start-ups and job, aiming to help rescue the economy. Nina’s Tasty Clouds Candy Company was born when she couldn’t find a store to satisfy her craving for cotton candy when she was pregnant. It all started there and now she cornered the cotton candy business in Los Angeles capturing an A-list clientele of movie and TV stars, chefs, musicians and athletes.
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Scentsy is a store with great product line of scented stuff. But it’s not only that. It also offers income opportunity to those who want to be part of the Scentsy Family.
As a business, it offers Scentsy Warmers, Scentsy Bars and their new Scentsy Buddy. Their warmers come in full-size, mid-size and plug-in which use a low-watt bulb, that you can choose from and for sure with the range of its sizes and designs you can definitely choose one that best suits your personal preferences. And if you are a do-it-yourselfer, you can personalize yours and it’s as easy as 1-2-3. And where the amazing scents come from? The answer lies on their Scentsy candle bars that emit your chosen fragrance or scent. Their collection of flameless, scented candles and beautiful decorative burners are perfect to anyone who worries about open flames or hot wax in their homes. As to fragrance, they have plenty of selections but you need to experience to appreciate the scent of course. They also offer travel tins perfect for your car, bathroom and closet that last a long time. What about their new line called Scentsy Buddy? It’s their scented stuff animal family that has a Scentsy Scent Pak inserted inside to keep it smelling great. Sounds great for our kids who usually want stuff animals for them to play with, hug with and sleep with.
Scentsy not only offers great discounts for its valued customers but also offers an income opportunity for those who want to. You can earn commission for every Scentsy product that you sell and even hosting a Scentsy party will earn you free Scentsy and discounted authentic Scentsy products.
So what are you waiting for? Experience the warmth and scent of Scentsy now!
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
My daughter will be attending her 6 Saturdays MTAP sessions beginning on July 16. We paid 300 pesos for that but I am sure the sessions will help her enrich her mathematical abilities. I do understand that most of the kids find Math a bit hard but I always told my daughter that whatever you needed to study just take time, so give it time kids.
One Math topic which I may share to you is how to get the sum of 3 and 5 consecutive whole numbers without having so much computation, the shortcut should I say.
* 1 + 2 + 3 = 6 The sum of three consecutive whole numbers is thrice or three times of the second addend. In this case 2 is the second addend so 2 x 3 = 6. If you have 4 + 5 + 6 it will equal to 15 or 5 x 3.
* 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 = 15 The sum of five consecutive whole numbers is 5 times of the third addend. In this case 3 is the third addend so 3 x 5 = 15. If you have 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14 it will equal to 60 or 12 x 5.
There’s this MTAP question that asked for 5 consecutive whole numbers that equal to a certain number wherein you can apply this concept.
Example: Find 5 consecutive whole numbers that equal to 110. First, you need to divide 110 by 5. Why 5? Because you are looking for 5 consecutive whole numbers. The answer will be 22 and it will serve as the third number or middle addend. To get the 5 numbers, get the 2 numbers before 22 and 2 numbers after 22 and that is the answer (20, 21, 22, 23, 24).
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Alexander Quisumbing of Quizgem Ad Agency and Ludovico Yuseco of Crosschannel Advertising Services testified in a Senate hearing on Wednesday that Manuel Garcia, former public relations and advertising manager of the PCSO, received a 40% cut from every contract. The said 40% cut was deposited directly in Garcia's account (with copies of deposit slips as evidence) and allegedly totaled around P16 million from 2006 to 2010 from Quizgem alone.
Corruption is deeply rooted in government agencies and institutions and this hindrance the Philippines towards progress among other issues.
The comedian was sitting with Cristalle Heneras, Divine Lee, and Anne Curtis, and they were described by Kylie as the group who looked amazing. But she chose Vice Ganda, who’s wearing a Kenneth Chua creation, as the “best dressed” of the night.
The Sandugo Festival is held every July. The Tagbilaran City Charter Day on July 1 kicks-off the month-long festival with a holy mass, diana, motorcade and program sponsored by the City Government of Tagbilaran. Among the major activities during the month is the Miss Bohol Sandugo Beauty Pageant, and the Sandugo Street Dancing Competition which is usually held on the 3rd or 4th Sunday of July, and organized by the Bohol Sandugo Foundation, Inc. (BSFI).
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
The Catholic Bishops of the Philippines (CBCP) is being faced to justify why certain bishops requested and eventually received luxury vehicles from Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) funds.
A certain Butuan Bishop Juan de Dios Pueblos asked and received funds as a birthday gift and bought a Montero but claimed he uses the vehicle to reach poor communities. Others are Cotabato Archbishop Orlando Quevedo who received undetermined vehicles for the diocese of Abra and the vicariates of Bontoc and Lagawa, Fr. Adriano Ruiz got a Toyota Grandia, Bishop Martin Jumoad of Basilan received a Mitsubishi Strada, and the Archdiocese of Caritas Nueva Segovia in Ilocos Sur an Isuzu Crosswind and Archbishop Fernando Capalla also requested an Isuzu Alterra for Fr. Roger Lood of Iligan City, but it was not released. PCSO Chief Margie Juico said a total of 5 vehicles costing P6.49 million were given to different Catholic prelates and institutions, all of which were charged to the PCSO charity fund.
My opinion on this hot issue lies on the laws that need to be followed and implemented both by the church and the state. I do understand the necessity of our catholic bishops to do charitable works in helping the government but without violating any law of the state and still showing the morals of their teachings by example. Likewise, the state must at all times show transparency and accountability in using people’s funds.
Sunday, July 3, 2011
Our Lady of Piat is known by several names. She was named "Queen of Heaven and Earth" on 20 June 1954 in a ceremony led by Papal Delegate Egidio Vagnozzi. She is also called "Yena Tam Ngamin" (Mother of us all) by the Ibanag and "Apo Baket" (Grand Matriarch) by the native Ilocanos of Piat, Cagayan.
Friday, July 1, 2011
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