Sunday, October 30, 2011


I don't know where to start. All I can see now is blank.

I find it hard to accept the fact that I lose someone we love.

                 He was a good man
                        He was a good friend to everyone

                               He was a good leader at some point

                                     He was a good provider

                                           He is my FATHER!

I regret I never said how much I love my Tatay. If only I can rewind things.

I promise we will be strong and will take care your legacy!

We will miss you.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Top 10 Manny Pacquiao Fights

Nice Read.
         Feel Proud.

No.1 Manny Pacquiao Vs. Miguel Cotto
The most impressive Paquiao moment ever inside the ring has to be the night when he faced off against the lion-hearted Miguel Cotto.

In a legacy-cementing win, Pacquiao defeated Cotto to capture the WBO Welterweight title and WBC Diamond Belt. The win made him the first boxer ever to win seven different titles in seven different weight classes. His performance that night fixed the Filipino's reputation as one of the finest boxers of this -- and possibly other -- generations.

No.2 Manny Pacquiao Vs. Ricky Hatton

The fighter from England went down to the canvas twice in the first round before he was knocked out for good in the second round. In the spirit of Muhammad Ali, Pacquiao looked like he was just biding his time. He then unleashed a left hook that sent Ricky Hatton to the canvas with less than 10 seconds left in the round.

No.3 Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez (2nd meeting)

Four years in the making, this fight was dubbed "Unfinished Business" because of the controversial draw that ended their first encounter in 2004. This time, however, Pacquiao managed to edge out Marquez, but the result was not without controversy.

No.4 Manny Pacquiao vs. Oscar De La Hoya

Can you imagine beating someone so conclusively that you actually cause them to retire? Well, that's exactly what Pacquiao did to Oscar de la Hoya. Pacquiao pummeled De la Hoya for eight rounds straight, and the fight had to be stopped because the Golden Boy was taking such a hard beating.

No.5 Manny Pacquiao Vs. Erik Morales (2nd Meeting)
Pacquiao put his WBC International Super Featherweight title on the line in the rematch against Morales. Pacquiao had lost the first encounter with a 12th-round majority decision. 

Morales escaped being knocked down twice early in the fight, once by holding on to the ropes and once by falling on the referee's body. But his resilience wasn't to last. It was the first time in his hall-of-fame career that Morales was knocked out.

No.6 Manny Pacquiao Vs. Marco Antonio Barrera (1st Meeting)

It was the first time Pacquiao went up to the Featherweight division. With this win, Pacquiao began to establish his legacy as the newest boxing superstar and the new "King of the Featherweight" division.

No.7 Manny Pacquiao Vs. Erik Morales (3rd Meeting)

It was this fight that marked a change in Pacquiao’s fighting style. As if he wasn’t already dangerous enough, Pacquiao began to use his right hand as a key element of his arsenal. Manny now applied tremendous power in both hands, helping to amplify an already stellar swarming style.

No.8 Manny Pacquiao Vs. Antonio Margarito
His recent destruction of Margarito, a fighter 17 pounds heavier than him, was extraordinary in many ways. Anyone who needs convincing now that Pacquiao has solidified his place among boxing's all-time elite (including Floyd Mayweather Jr.) is as blind as Margarito was on the night he was destroyed by the Filipino fighter.

No.9 Manny Pacquiao Vs. Lehlohonolo Ledwaba
Pacquiao arrived in America in 2001 at 21 years old, weighing 112 pounds. On the second of three stops, he entered the gym of the trainer Freddie Roach. There, he formed an odd-yet-formidable combination with Roach, and one month later, Pacquiao entered the ring and defeated Lehlohonolo Ledwaba of South Africa.

No.10 Manny Pacquiao Vs. Joshua Clottey
The fight turned out to be quite a letdown, but one of the highlights of the night was Manny’s "Pompyang" punch. The Pompyang move is a double open-palm strike to the ears, resembling the clapping of cymbals. It's a trademark move popularized by the late Filipino actor, Fernando Poe, Jr., who used it in most of his action-movie fight scenes.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Exit Strategies


 If your work is not mission critical, you're a 'luxury'employee.”  

   Unemployment rate is still high in the country. Somehow we survived the recession that hit the globe a few years ago but who can really predict what will happen tomorrow. Sino ba ang may gustong  mawalan ng trabaho, but in case minamalas why don’t consider these:

Take These Steps -- On Stealth Mode

Work harder:  It will be noticed, and may make a difference. 

Update your resume and skills: Decide whether, if you were let go, you would look for a similar position or go in a new direction. 

Network: Put out feelers but keep it on the down low. While you have a job is the best time to network; look through your contacts and ask ‘How can I help this person?

Start saving: A layoff budget is the most important thing to have when planning your departure.

Use benefits: If you’ve been putting off a dreaded dentist’s appointment or doctor’s visit, do it now, while your company will still cover the costs.

Gather info: Quietly remove any email addresses, contact details, personal files, and belongings you’ll need (but be careful about removing private company data).

Sunday, October 16, 2011

This is the Real Thing!

The Real Thing Diner is a coke-inspired restaurant located in Tomas Morato, Quezon City.

I was listening to Ms. Noelle Cassandra (the only harpist, singer, songwriter in Asia) on a radio show when I first heard about the restaurant and learned that she is a part owner of the establishment. I was just lucky that Noelle was around when I visited the place. She was nice and damn beautiful! Glad to meet her.

Ready for my meal..

The Real Thing DinerIL Terrazzo

2/F IL Terrazzo, 305 Tomas Morato cor. Sct. Madrinan
Quezon City, Metro Manila
(02) 352-4320

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Her Killer Looks

I can't get enough of her since I saw the movie "The Black Swan" (remember the deed with Natalie Portman? hehe!)

She's definitely HOT!

They say that becoming a movie star is about having a lot of talent and a little bit of luck. In Mila Kunis’ case, the luck part couldn’t be more true. Born in the Ukrainian SSR, Kunis and her family were able to move to Los Angeles in 1991 thanks to the luck of a lottery. After a five-year process, the Kunis clan fled communism and enrolled their daughter at Rosewood Elementary School before she knew even a word of English. Kunis likened this experience to being “blind and deaf at age 7,” an experience that saw her come home every day in tears. But after her father signed her up to the Beverly Hills studios in an attempt to get her to socialize, Kunis was spotted by a talent agent who promptly signed the talented young actress.

Monday, October 3, 2011

The Hit

Sunod-sunod na unos sa ating baya'y humagupit
Sa buhay na hikahos sobrang napakapait
Pagbangon sa lugmok pag-asa ang pilit inaabot
Nawa'y kasihan ng langit at sa itaas ay pumalaot

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