PDEA Declares Robredo's Hometown Naga as Shabu Capital of the Philippines Following Multiple Arrests
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) has now declared Naga City the Drug capital of the Philippines following the latest ...
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
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Monday, October 29, 2012
Where is Philippine Tourism coming from?
Is Sloganeering Enough?
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Sunday, October 28, 2012
OK. Bad news: The volume of tourists coming in is shrinking. But the solution to that may have been finally found at last: House Bill 1245 or the Philippine Toilet Paper Availability Assurance Act (TPAA).
The credit goes to a previously unknown party list group, the Palikuran Party List, who won the last position, surprisingly came-up with a very simple yet seen as an intelligent approach to revive the dying tourism in this country
This landmark bill is overwhelmingly expected to get unanimous vote of approval from House members and the President is likewise expected to sign it into a law in no time. With this, we may expect to see a rare scenario wherein in lawmakers are unified in one honorable intention to act for the benefit of the tourism industry and the economy as a whole. All it would take is a tourism bill of toilet papers.
With this recent development, the country’s Party List system may not be a waste of people’s money after all. On a press conference, the author of the bill have hinted, given the high probability of success once the bill passed, the toilet paper program may be extended to all toilets all over the country. The lawmaker sounded so positive about it.
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Saturday, October 27, 2012
So what if K12 is being implemented in the Philippines? Will it lead to more productive, critical thinking empowered Filipinos? Or, will it just lead to more domestic helps that can be deployed overseas – who will send remittances so that SM’s Henry Sy can maintain being number one in the Philippines Forbes 40 richest Filipinos?
Remove the Middle Men
What’s not being said
Education is a service – not an entitlement
Rethink “Public” Education
Low Cost Private Schools – The Elephant in the Room
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Friday, October 26, 2012
YOU WOULD NEVER HAVE TO GET ON TO A PLANE AGAIN........
This is just fantastic. Pick out any interesting location around the world and click on it. A page will come up with a photo. In the center is a circle with a triangle. Click on the triangle. Now you get a full picture. If it's not a full screen, click on the 4 dots in the lower right corner. Now with full screen, place your cursor anywhere on the screen and slowly drag the picture in any direction you want. Left, right, up, down, slow or stop. Try the Egyptian Pyramids in Egypt or Moscow, Kremlin to get started. This is a one e-mail you will want to save. Enjoy.
Click on the below City Names; Enjoy!
Victoria Falls, Zambia • Venezuela, Surroundings of Angel Falls, Venezuela • Angel falls,Venezuela • Kalyan Minaret, Bukhara, Uzbekistan • Miami, USA • Las Vegas, USA • Lake Powell, USA • Manhattan, New York, USA • Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, USA • Millennium UN Plaza Hotel, New York, USA • Oahu, Hawaii, USA • Las Vegas, Nevada, USA • Millennium UN Plaza Hotel, New York, USA • Golden Gate Bridge, USA • Statue of Liberty, New York, USA • Manhattan, New York, USA • Hollywood, California, USA • San Juan and Colorado rivers, USA • Goosenecks, Utah, USA • Mono Lake, California, USA • Millennium UN Plaza Hotel, New York, USA • Chicago, Illinois, USA • Los Angeles, California, USA • Kiev, Ukraine • Ay-Petri, Ukraine • Dubai, UAE • Dubai, Islands, UAE • Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE • Bangkok, Thailand • Sankt-Moritz, Switzerland • Cape Good Hope, South Africa • Cape-Town, South Africa • Moscow, MSU, Russia • Moscow, Kremlin, Bolotnaya Square, Russia • Moscow, Russia • Moscow Kremlin, Russia • .748765;37.540841, Russia • Moscow City, Russia • Kremlin, Moscow, Russia • Moscow City, Russia • Trinity Lavra of Sait Sergius, Russia • Saint-Petersburg, Russia • New Jerusalem Monastery, Russia • Saint Petersburg, Russia • Novodevichy Convent. Moscow, Russia • Ramenki, Moscow, Russia • MKAD, Moscow, Russia • Moscow, Russia • Moscow, Russia • Krokus Expo Center, Moscow, Russia • Moscow Region, Russia • Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand • Fiordland, New Zealand • Nepal, Nepal • Maldives, Maldives • Kuala-Lumpur, Malaysia • Grimsvotn, Iceland • Amsterdam, Holland • Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany • Egyptian Pyramids, Egypt • Hong Kong, China • The Iguassu Falls, Brazil • Twelve Apostles Marine National Park, Australia • Sydney, Australia • Buenos Aires, Argentina • Egyptian Pyramids, Egypt