Friday, August 1, 2008
After 15 minutes, nagulat na lang ako kasi ubos na ang kanin. Ang sabi ko pa naman, ngunguya lang ako. basta may manguya ok na. kaso lumamutak naman ako. Buff no-more! I gained weight. and I need to discipline myself.
Paano na pag nakita ako ng crush kong si Monica Bellucci? baka bigla kaming magkasalubong sa Italya at magulat siya sa lumba-lumba kong katawan. LMFAO.
All the woman that I ever need. Darn it.
Saturday, July 12, 2008
What would happen if the world were to start running out of oil? Conventional wisdom says we’ve got 30 years, but there’s a growing fear amongst petroleum experts it’s happening much sooner than we thought – that we are hitting the beginning of the end of oil now. So how soon will the oil run out, and can we stop our economy collapsing when it does? How prepared are we for the real oil crisis?
What about food crisis prior to it? (food/oil crisis)
"The World Bank estimates that food prices have risen by an average of 83 percent in the past three years, though for some staples the rises have been even sharper. A range of factors has been blamed, including poor harvests, partly due to climate change, steep growth in demand from China and India, and the dash to produce biofuels for motoring at the expense of food crops," reports the Guardian.
Are potatoes the answer to rice and grain shortages? It's not yet clear. But it is clear that to our list of worries, which already includes energy security, homeland security, and economic security, we must add "food security."
Food and Energy Crisis:
The developed world has had a higher standard of living that has been heavily dependent on fossil fuel/nuclear energy.This dependency is endangering the fragile ecosystems of the planet by the rapid increase in co2 emissions and the long-term dangers of radioactivity.Biofuels are an option but they should not be at the expense of the natural rainforests or use acreage that would normally grow food crops.
Surely the answer is sustainable and enviromentally considerate economies rather than a world trade system that encourages governments that seem keen to maximise economic growth whilst at the same time centralising their power and promoting the oil and nuclear industries .Wind,solar and tidal energy are clean and limitless and can be harnessed by technology that is increasingly efficient and enviromentally harmless. Organic farming is good for the enviroment and good for our health and does not rely on the chemical industy for artificial fertilisers and pesticides.
There is plenty of space for the people of this world to live peacefully with limitless and almost free energy. The powerful oil and nuclear lobbies can either use their considerable resources to invest in renewables or else stand aside whilst people decide to become energy self-sufficient on resources that cannot be controlled by governments or corporations. (T.Cole)
Friday, July 11, 2008
When I was in Rochester last summer, (not to mention its temperature of about 76 degrees farenheit) i overheard this Caucasian young lady saying, "he'll get it. no doubt about that. "
Yeah, they were talkin about Barack Obama.
Now who the hell is Barack Obama? Kid, the very first black american president in the house! yo!
He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii(1961). His father, Barack Obama, Sr., was born of Luo ethnicity in Nyanza Province, Kenya.
Obama’s mother, Ann Dunham, grew up in Wichita, Kansas.
His parents separated when he was two years old and later divorced. Obama’s father went to Harvard to pursue Ph. D. studies and then returned to Kenya.
His mother married Lolo Soetoro, another East–West Center student from Indonesia. In 1967, the family moved to Jakarta, where Obama’s half-sister Maya Soetoro–Ng was born. Obama attended schools in Jakarta, where classes were taught in the Indonesian language.
Four years later when Barack (commonly known throughout his early years as "Barry") was ten, he returned to Hawaii to live with his maternal grandparents. He was enrolled in the fifth grade at the esteemed Punahou Academy, graduating with honors in 1979. He was only one of three black students at the school. This is where Obama first became conscious of racism and what it meant to be an African–American.
In his memoir, Obama described how he struggled to reconcile social perceptions of his multiracial heritage. He saw his biological father (who died in a 1982 car accident) only once (in 1971) after his parents divorced. And he admitted using alcohol, marijuana and cocaine during his teenage years.
After high school, Obama studied at Occidental College in Los Angeles for two years. He then transferred to Columbia University in New York, graduating in 1983 with a degree in political science.
Obama entered Harvard Law School in 1988. In February 1990, he was elected the first African–American editor of the Harvard Law Review. Obama graduated magna cum laude in 1991.
After law school, Obama returned to Chicago to practice as a civil rights lawyer, joining the firm of Miner, Barnhill & Galland. He also taught at the University of Chicago Law School. And he helped organize voter registration drives during Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign.
Obama’s advocacy work led him to run for the Illinois State Senate as a Democrat.
During these years, Obama worked with both Democrats and Republicans in drafting legislation on ethics, expanded health care services and early childhood education programs for the poor. He also created a state earned-income tax credit for the working poor. And after a number of inmates on death row were found innocent, Obama worked with law enforcement officials to require the videotaping of interrogations and confessions in all capital cases.
In February 2007, Obama made headlines when he announced his candidacy for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination. He is locked in a tight battle with former first lady and current U.S. Senator from New York, Hillary Rodham Clinton.
This is just a lil compilation of Barack Obama's biography. courtesy of biography.com
My most favorite statement that Obama has ever said and never will I forget,
"I am not opposed to all wars. I'm opposed to dumb wars." pertaining to Bush's movement against Iraq.
Medyo biased ako ng konti lang naman kasi paborito siya ng nanay ko. She always tell me na iboboto niya ito. haha, my mom never fails to influence me in terms of political advocacies.
Ayaw na ng mga kano ng Republican. And good thing, dumating si Obama. A Democrat candidate. What America need now is peace talks. Bakit, may napala ba sila sa Giyera against Iraq?
By the way, have you read Obama's book, "The Audacity of Hope"? it's a book-length account that expanded upon many of the same themes he originally addressed in the convention speeches. What a refulgent work he got there. Very Brilliant.
I am starting all over again..
My first account was hacked (thanks to my very trusting personality)
and now, i need to start in scratch. it's ok, no need to really vent all over it. it's done and so be it.
Man, hindi lang talaga maalis sa isip ko tong bwakanginang contest na to.
I dont want to be part of that effing pageant or contest or competition or whatever the heck you call it. What's with those kinds of personality contests in schools by the way?!
It's not like you'll win over some million cash. heck, I cant say no to my classmates. They'll get annoyed and worst, they'll call me "putang ina ang arte tlga nitong si Sancho" hahaha.
That's grave man.
Anyway, this is just a ratification that i need to overcome.
Done with my primordial post.
second whack comin up!