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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy New Year!

As our tricycle (a motorcycle that has a sidecar; hence the name) roars through the silent and holy night of Christmas eve, I noticed that there were only few houses that put on Christmas decorations; last year was definitely brighter. All right, all right. I understand. Of course who would leave the lights and parols switched on considering the cost of electricity nowadays? Misgiving forgiven.

Come New Year.

There were only two houses that lit firecrackers in our street. It struck me as totally puzzling as almost everyone in our neighborhood goes out of their houses at around 11pm to make all sorts of noise. Tonight was different. It's as if this ceremonious event is a factor of money. Yeah, life has been more difficult these days. Many people say that. But let me ask you: Is the God of yesterday the same God today? If God has been faithful to give us bounty in excess that we could save in the past years, has He wavered this year, and will He in the years ahead? Of course not.

Christmas and New Year celebrations are feasts to testify to everyone that we have been sustained for a year by our loving God. Let's not forsee our conditions to be worse this year as what economists have predicted. God's grace is everlasting.

Thank you Lord for the year 2008.
God bless everyone.

Sunday, December 07, 2008

The Business of Boxing

Christmas came early to the Filipino people.

Pacquiao won the boxing match dubbed as the "Dream Battle". But was it really a dream battle? Did it live up to the hype? I guess it didn't. The Pacquiao-Marquez and Pacman-Barrera matches sent an even more vicarious heat from the ring. But I congratulate the Golden Boy for solidifying his goldeness by raking in cash in his 'last' fight.

Saturday, December 06, 2008

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Perhaps some of you know that I'm a blogger--who earns. But blogging requires 2 hours or so of my time everyday for maintenance. Sometimes it just fills up my hands too much so I looked for alternative ways of earning online. And trust me, the net is such a goldmine! Last month, I dug a very good website that lets anyone earn just by clicking; .005USD/click. That means 10USD/monthly per 70clicks/day. You just need to visit certain ads (they're actually websites), and voila!

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Thursday, December 04, 2008

She Sells Sea Shells

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I've actually pondered about the political repercussions of subtitling before.
Watch this movie and you'll understand.

Tuesday, December 02, 2008


There are only a few out-of-the-closet homosexuals in Korea. Even without thinking deep or going pedantic, you can basically understand why:

1) The gay gene is neutralized by the military service. Communal living among the same sex can sublimate "homosexual feelings" to a kind of affinity akin to brotherhood.

2) The existence of jjimjilbang (public bath house) obviates the curiosity of both sexes towards how male and female physique could look like. Familiarity breeds disinterest.

3) Family-oriented society gives primacy on procreation. There is a pressure to marry.

4) Movies with homosexual themes abound. The repressed and sanctioned homosexual tendencies of the Korean society are effectively projected towards soft media such as through movies. These tendencies can henceforth be enjoyed and/or explored momentarily without the attendant stigmas.

Talking of gay movies! But casting Jo In Sung and Jo Jin Mo are totally off the record!