November 3, 2008

...siLhoUeTtEs ...

silhouttes by the shore
(hihi kaO.A.yan!!)

not nice ang pagkakuha,
it must have been raised higer pa...ryt?


not nuh..??

very shadow lang...!!!hihihi what matters is nakuha ang background..!!!nyahahaha

November 2, 2008

…uNdErnEatH uR cLoThEs …


(tagalog version...kuno...11)


ika’y kanta, sinulat ng Diyos ama

’wag magtaka kung ako ay nahuhulog na

pag-aari mo na ang puso at damdamin

at sa kalooban mo,

ito’y nahanap…


sa kalooban mo

may mahabang storya

andun ang aking pinili,

na mkasama

at lahat ng ‘toy nakamit dahil ako ay mabait


dahil sa’yo di na nagsisinungaling pa

dahil sa’yo nakalimutan na ang umiyak pa

pagwala nang kaibigan

at tapos na ang saya

ikaw ay nariyan, at kasama..!!!

(ulitin ang koro)

Nyahahaha…very word for word translation…frustrated composer ang drama..!!.. magpumilit ba..??!!!wahahaha

Actually im still working on the refrain…wahahaha

...sUnSet==>bEacH piX....

i took some pictures yesterday....hehehe take a look on some of them...

sUnSeTfrustrated photographer..???huh..??hiihihi

November 1, 2008

...miSs tHiS gAL...


jam and me

it's been a while since i last saw this gal...she's now working as a call center agent in Manila now...which i intended to work too after my graduation...hehehe fast money raw kasi...hihihi

hmmmpp...i really miss you bez..!!!hope to see you soon...

October 31, 2008

..getting tanned..???huh..!!it spoils my day…!!!...

Hmmpp…we’ll be going to the beach this afternoon…!!yup yup yup so excited…!!!read more here…

But know what..??? the idea of getting tanned again….huhuhu makes the fun a little less… MyEm0.Comfor almost a week, I have been using whitening cream, hoping to have a fairer skin by the end of this year.. hehehe but now this beach thing seems to ruin my plans…MyEm0.Com(very chingching ruin daw tlga..??!!!)

hahayz…!!!I guess people really aren’t contented with what they have… the whites wanted to be tanned, while the blacks and not so blacks (brown skinned ba..?? hehehe..) wants to be fairer…

hmmmpp what you think..???? MyEm0.Comwhat’s in…?? tanned brown skin..?? or fair white skin..???

October 30, 2008

...wAtaShi KidEi... i just wish!lol


Nyahaha…I’m not sure if I got the spelling right…!!!

Yesterday I met, Azami and Rica, exchange students from Japan…they’re currently studying in UP…they are the roommates of our teacher who is taking up her master’s degree in UP…since its their sem break, they decided to visit Zamboanga… they were really fun to be with…actually they ate whatever we ate, kahit ung siguro gross for them…hihihi

Hmmmp…I’m much closer to Azami, maybe because she understands Tagalog better than Rica… you know na poh, no language barrier…hihihihi she’s a year older than me…and we talked a lot of what-abouts of Japan…hihihi trivia time…!!!

Rica, I think is more serious than Azami, she’s two-years older than me…she was the one who taught us a little bit of Japanese… here’s some of what I learned:

MyEm0.ComWakaranay- I don’t understand….

Gunumesai- sorryMyEm0.Com

Gunume- sorry for friendsMyEm0.Com

And here’s my favorite….

MyEm0.ComWatashi kidei- “I’M BEAUTIFUL”…nyahhaha MyEm0.Com

It’s really nice to know a bit of other language…much nicer is, to know people from other country and with different culture, and despite the differences are able to share with them what they call, “friendship”…

September 11, 2008

...mi ultimo adios...

4 comments many requirements in school..!!!!

hmmmm.....i have to memorize Mi Ultimo Adios (Last Farewell) by Jose Rizal...hmmm

the poem has 14stanzas and is in Spanish, i cant even understand the words iam memorizing....!!!!waaaahhhh... i really find it hard to memorize words that i dont even understand... another thing is that we were not taught of the right pronunciation of the words....nOsEbLeEd...!!!!huhuhuhu...we have to recite it in front of the class next Tuesday and im barely even halfway...san ka nalng pulutin..?? basta...heres his poem....

Mi Ultimo Adiós

Adios, Patria adorada, region del sol querida,
Perla del Mar de Oriente, nuestro perdido Eden!
A darte voy alegre la triste mustia vida,
Y fuera más brillante más fresca, más florida,
Tambien por tí la diera, la diera por tu bien.

En campos de batalla, luchando con delirio
Otros te dan sus vidas sin dudas, sin pesar;
El sitio nada importa, ciprés, laurel ó lirio,
Cadalso ó campo abierto, combate ó cruel martirio,
Lo mismo es si lo piden la patria y el hogar.

Yo muero cuando veo que el cielo se colora
Y al fin anuncia el día trás lóbrego capuz;
Si grana necesitas para teñir tu aurora,
Vierte la sangre mía, derrámala en buen hora
Y dórela un reflejo de su naciente luz.

Mis sueños cuando apenas muchacho adolescente,
Mis sueños cuando joven ya lleno de vigor,
Fueron el verte un día, joya del mar de oriente
Secos los negros ojos, alta la tersa frente,
Sin ceño, sin arrugas, sin manchas de rubor.

Ensueño de mi vida, mi ardiente vivo anhelo,
Salud te grita el alma que pronto va á partir!
Salud! ah que es hermoso caer por darte vuelo,
Morir por darte vida, morir bajo tu cielo,
Y en tu encantada tierra la eternidad dormir.

Si sobre mi sepulcro vieres brotar un dia
Entre la espesa yerba sencilla, humilde flor,
Acércala a tus labios y besa al alma mía,
Y sienta yo en mi frente bajo la tumba fría
De tu ternura el soplo, de tu hálito el calor.

Deja á la luna verme con luz tranquila y suave;
Deja que el alba envíe su resplandor fugaz,
Deja gemir al viento con su murmullo grave,
Y si desciende y posa sobre mi cruz un ave
Deja que el ave entone su cantico de paz.

Deja que el sol ardiendo las lluvias evapore
Y al cielo tornen puras con mi clamor en pos,
Deja que un sér amigo mi fin temprano llore
Y en las serenas tardes cuando por mi alguien ore
Ora tambien, Oh Patria, por mi descanso á Dios!

Ora por todos cuantos murieron sin ventura,
Por cuantos padecieron tormentos sin igual,
Por nuestras pobres madres que gimen su amargura;
Por huérfanos y viudas, por presos en tortura
Y ora por tí que veas tu redencion final.

Y cuando en noche oscura se envuelva el cementerio
Y solos sólo muertos queden velando allí,
No turbes su reposo, no turbes el misterio
Tal vez acordes oigas de citara ó salterio,
Soy yo, querida Patria, yo que te canto á ti.

Y cuando ya mi tumba de todos olvidada
No tenga cruz ni piedra que marquen su lugar,
Deja que la are el hombre, la esparza con la azada,
Y mis cenizas antes que vuelvan á la nada,
El polvo de tu alfombra que vayan á formar.

Entonces nada importa me pongas en olvido,
Tu atmósfera, tu espacio, tus valles cruzaré,
Vibrante y limpia nota seré para tu oido,
Aroma, luz, colores, rumor, canto, gemido
Constante repitiendo la esencia de mi fé.

Mi Patria idolatrada, dolor de mis dolores,
Querida Filipinas, oye el postrer adios.
Ahi te dejo todo, mis padres, mis amores.
Voy donde no hay esclavos, verdugos ni opresores,
Donde la fé no mata, donde el que reyna es Dios.

Adios, padres y hermanos, trozos del alma mía,
Amigos de la infancia en el perdido hogar,
Dad gracias que descanso del fatigoso día;
Adios, dulce extrangera, mi amiga, mi alegria,
Adios, queridos séres morir es descansar.

September 10, 2008

my essay....hope you can help me edit this...

hmmm....we were required to write a 3-page essay about Jose Rizal....hmmm im still in the process of editing....anyone likes to offer some help...??? your help will be very much appreciated.... im not really good in writing...if you see some errors or you have better way of writing my ideas...
please feel free to criticize.... that would be a very great help...

here it goes...

Jose Rizal:

An American Made Hero or a True National Hero?

“In the history of nations there are names that by themselves signify achievement that recall passion and greatness, names that, like magic formula, evoke pleasant and smiling thoughts, names that became a pact, a symbol of peace, a bond of love between the nations…”, 1 this is a part of Rizal’s speech, which held his audience spellbound, as he saluted Luna and Hidalgo as two glories of Spain and the Philippines. But it’s true that the name Jose Rizal, spell greatness and valor and the name itself is an epitome of heroism. Hence, now he is included in the list of the names that, more than a century ago, he tried to characterize as pride of our nation. He is a living proof of the proverb “a name is more precious than much refined gold”. Since years bygone up to this day, his name became the symbol of the Filipino race, and he has been venerated as the country’s hero. Still, many doubt his worthiness and legitimacy; maybe this is because we have different definitions of a hero, whether it is based on courageous acts or simply the wisdom to do what is right. Webster's Dictionary defines the word hero as a man admired for his achievements and noble qualities; one that shows great courage. 2 From this definition then, we can conclude that Rizal having attained so many honors in almost all fields, showing his great achievements and having published two books that exposes the exploits of Spanish tyrants, showing his unmeasurable courage, is a true hero.

But there still arise a never waning issue, that is, is Rizal a true National hero or an American made hero? For the rest of our discussion we will be dwelling in this question. We would try to answer latter part of the question, and drive our discussion to answer the former.

Now let us discuss how the perception of Dr. Jose Rizal being an American made and sponsored hero came into mind. In the year 1896, when the American government bought the island of the Philippines from the Spanish oppressors, a common wealth government was formed. Under this government, Filipinos started to frame up Filipino national identities which included the selection of the Philippine Commission a national hero to the Filipinos. The Taft Commission of 1901, particularly Civil Governor William Howard Taft, chose Rizal as the nation’s hero. 3 Taft “with other American colonial officials and some conservative Filipinos, chose Rizal as a model hero over other contestants - Aguinaldo too militant, Bonifacio too radical, Mabini unregenerate.” But it has been said that America’s motive behind this decision is to instill in the minds of the Filipinos that peaceful propaganda and diplomatic approaches, in attaining Philippine independence, is more honorable and greater surpass the revolution done by Bonifacio. Hence, with these ideals imbued in the minds of the people under their rule, there is lesser chances of revolution and, in a sense, would prevent the Filipinos from rousing disrupt against the American Government.

The decision of the Taft Commission to sponsor Rizal was implemented with the passage of the following Acts of the Philippine Commission: (1) Act No. 137 which organized the politico-military district of Morong and named it the province of Rizal “in honor of the most illustrious Filipino and the most illustrious Tagalog the islands had ever known, “ (2) Act No.243 which authorized a public subscription for the erection of a monument in honor or Rizal at the Luneta, and (3) Act No. 346 which set aside the anniversary of his death as a day of observance. 4

It is true that the Americans have highlighted Rizal among other heroes. But even before Rizal’s death, many people of his time, has looked up to him as a hero. Consider Bonifacio, he made Rizal the honorary president of the Katipunan and attempted to rescue Rizal from exile in Dapitan so that the latter could lead or inspire the Filipino revolt, thus showing that even Bonifacio himself had a deep respect and honored Rizal so much. Furthermore, two years before the Taft Commission selected Rizal, in the year 1898 Emilio Aguinaldo in honor of Rizal declared December 30 an annual “day of mourning”. It must be noted that both Bonifacio and Aguinaldo are contenders of Rizal to be the National Hero of the Philippines, but it is clear from the statements above that both of them have a high regard and great admiration for Dr. Rizal. 5

Rizal, through his writings, had deeply influenced the lives of the Filipino people, and thus long before the Taft Commission chose him, he was already embraced by the Filipinos as a hero. If that is the case then Filipinos, other than Bonifacio and Aguinaldo which have already been discussed above, have their reasons why their sentiments are inclined to Rizal. One of these reasons is that even though it’s not evident, but Rizal is truly the prime mover of the revolution. Martin Costantino, a policeman from Bulacan, testified in Manila on September 9, 1896, that the objective of the katipunan was the massacre of all Spaniards and the proclamation of the independence of the country, “that as soon as the Spaniards have all been massacred the Supreme Head would be Rizal, who would come to establish his headquarters in the city.” Also Aguedo del Rosario, a book binder from Mindoro, state that “Rizal is the honorary president of the katipunan”. His portrait hangs in the session hall of the Supreme Council. Hence even if Rizal was not the one who planned the goal of katipunan but he was the inspiration of the katipuneros, someone who moved them to fight, which is evident in their plan of making him as their supreme head. Also, the speeches of the Katipuneros Pinkian and Tik-Tik are proofs that Rizal is the true prime mover of the revolution. Jose Turiano Santiago known as Tik-tik said: “In the meantime let us keep our spirits up with these battle cries: Long live the Philippines! Long live Liberty! Long live Dr. Rizal! Unity!” Pinkian, whose real name is none other than Emilio Jacinto concluded his speech with the lines “Let us all shout with one voice: Long live the Philippines! Long live Liberty! Long live the great Dr. Jose Rizal! Death to the oppressor Nation!” 6

His bravery and bold opposition against the slavery and apparent tyranny, through his literary works, kindled and ignited within each person his veiled nationalism. Indeed through these noble deeds and self-sacrificing spirit, he was able to get the sympathy of his fellow men which encouraged and motivated them, to move and insist from their foreign oppressors the rights they really ought to have, freedom in their own land.

Some Filipino says that Rizal is a reformist and against revolution, 7 but this is not really the case, according to _________in his ___________, Rizal is not really discouraging revolution. What he was only trying to thwart is the unprepared up-rise against their evidently more powerful enemies, the corrupt and brutal Spanish officials. 6

Another reason why Rizal deserves to be called our national hero is the fact that he brought honor to the Philippines. Because of his conscious efforts many foreigners including Americans, Germans, and the French people came to a realization and recognized the just honor that is due to our country.

“What is most admirable in Rizal”, wrote Rafael Palma “is his complete self-denial, his complete abandonment of his personal interests in order to think only of those of his country…the voice of the species was stronger than the voice of personal progress or of private fortune, and he preferred to live far from his family and to sacrifice his personal affections for an ideal he had dreamed of…He did not have great means at his disposal to carry out his campaign, but that did not discourage him; he contented himself with what he had. He suffered the rigors of the cold winter of Europe, he suffered hunger, privation, and misery; but when he raised his eyes to heaven and saw his ideal, his hope was reborn.8

Moreover, Rizal loved his people dearly and he willed to help the Filipinos in alleviating their suffering, and to help the country to free from Spanish tyranny in its entirety. 9 Thus he said in his letter written in Paris, to Mariano Ponce:

Without 1872 there would not be now either Plaridel or Jaena, or Sanciangco, nor would there exist brave and generous Filipino colonies in Europe; without 1872 Rizal would be a Jesuit now, and instead of writing Noli Me Tangere, would have written the opposite. At the sight of those injustices and cruelties while still a child my imagination was awakened and swore to devote myself to avenge one day so many victims and with this idea in mind I have writings. God will someday give me an opportunity to carry out my promise. 10

Dr. Jose P. Rizal showed us the greatness of a true national hero, who even being in the vale of deep shadow, in front of his wicked foes he stood strong, unmovable and firm to his vision of a better Philippines and he did not allow himself to be distracted by anyone from this objective. He endured the criticisms thrown at him and showed that he truly is a valiant hero, someone who was not afraid of any man­- the Spanish Guardia Civils, the Dominican priests, and all his mighty and the powerful enemies- and neither was he afraid to die. In his book Jose Rizal, Life, Works, and Writings of a Genius, Writer, Scientist, and National Hero, Zaide said that Rizal was forced to escape from the Philippines due to two reasons, “first, his presence in Calamba was jeopardizing the safety and happiness of his family and friends, and second, he could fight better his enemies and serve his country’s cause with greater efficacy by writing in foreign countries”. 11 Hence, he did not escaped because he was afraid to die, but he was protecting his family, friends and his country’s cause. Up to the day of his death he never turned his back to his beloved people and to his fatherland, thus he has lived up to that name - the True National hero.

In the book of knowledge a certain proverb says, “A name is better than good oil, and the day of death than the day of ones being born”, yes! This is true with our very own Rizal, because of his words and deeds throughout the course of his life, even until the day of his death; he has acquired a clean and noble name. And due to this reason even if Dr. Jose Rizal, may have died more than a century ago, yet his name continues to live until this day, and his influence felt up to this very moment. Who doesn’t know him? You do know him, for sure! Somehow you are a true Filipino if you know Dr. Jose Rizal. Indeed Rizal, though his noble ways has proved himself worthy to be called our true “Philippine National Hero”.


Constantino, Renato. Jose Rizal: Veneration Without Understanding, Manila, 2008.

de Ocampo, Esteban. Who Made Jose Rizal Our Foremost National Hero, and Why?

Joaquin, Nick. A Question of Heroes: Essays and criticisms on ten key figures of Philippine History. Manila: Ayala Museum, 1977.

Ocampo, Ambeth. Rizal Without the Overcoat, Pasig: Anvil Publishing Inc, 2000.

Palma, Rafael: Biografia de Rizal. Manila: Bureau of Printing, 1949.

Zaide, Gregorio F. and Sonia M. Zaide: Jose Rizal, Life, Works, and Writings of a Genius, Writer, Scientist, and National Hero. Quezon, All Nations Publishing Co. Inc., 1999.

___________: Rizal’s Correspondence with Fellow Reformists. Manila, National Heroes Commission, 1963.

___________: How come Jose Rizal became the Philippine hero?

___________: Should Rizal be our National Hero?

___________: What is a Hero?

___________: Why is Jose Rizal not an American sponsored hero?

im back...!!!!...back in the lime light again....

back in the lime light again....hihihi

after 2 months of vacation from the blogger world, im back...!!!!hihihihi

ive been very busy working on my thesis, that i was not able to update my 2 blogs...i also had to comply to so many requirements in school, thats the typical schooling in the Philippines i guess....we had to pass essay about Dr. Jose Rizal, being an American Sponsored hero, or a national hero...we had our midterm exam, report in our sociology and history class...waaaaaa so maka haggard...!!

but now i have made a schedule...and hope i can now balance my time....hmmmm i missed blogging sooooo soooooo much....

July 25, 2008

memet and vamvam

just want to share this pics to you....
best friends since birth...yup it's true...since birth...!!!no exaggeration read more here...

July 22, 2008

Interesting Pictures

i was surfing yesterday, trying to find pictures of Jose Rizal and some related pics for my power point report in my history class, when i bumped into this interesting pictures....

Mr. Ant,
Up Close and Personal
Magnified ant head
This magnified view of an ant’s head shows its large compound eyes and jointed antennae. Ants are social insects—they live in organized colonies.

more with animals...

meet Mr. Shed

Snake shedding its skin
A snake sheds its skin painlessly as it grows. It begins by rubbing its nose against rocks or other hard objects to separate the old layer from its lips. As the old layer is loosened, the snake crawls out of the skin.

i really like animals, but not in this case....hehehehe....

Mr. Ant looks nicer if its small.....and Mr. Shed do look cute if its still small....but thank you nalang, if lumaki na....hehehe so Mr. Shed stop shedding off more skin, you lokk better when your small...hihihih

conclusion..???small things really are cute and nice a living proof...^__^....nyahaha

pictures from Microsoft Children's Encarta Encyclopedia

Tagged, im it...!!

thanx te vannie for this tag...

So here are the rules and the 10 random things about myself.

Once you have been tagged, you have to write a blog with 10 weird, random things, facts, habits, or goals about yourself. At the end, choose 10 people to be tagged, listing their names and why you chose them. Don't forget to leave a comment ("here"). You can't tag the person who tagged you.

  1. I don't crave for chocolates.(weird huh..??!!!) but i sill love them.
  2. My hands and my mouth are connected....hehehe my hands can't stand still... i usually make hand gestures specially when i speak...
  3. Frogs....???waaa my greatest fear.
  4. I don't want my hair tied up my.
  5. I prefer cakes and doughnuts rather than chocolates.
  6. I don't love math, but i have to deal with it everyday of my life.
  7. If my budget will allow, I can eat cake and doughnuts all day.
  8. I like to read early in the morning (3am), rather that late at night(10pm)...
  9. My eye bags love me so much, that even if i don't sleep late, i still have them the next day.
  10. At the age of 20, even if it seems impossible, i still hope to grow taller...hehehe
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hey don't forget to leave a comment here as soon as you have done grabbing this....

wow.... topic of my thesis...^__^...

yup yup yup...!!! my adviser approved my proposed topic....MyEm0.CoM
and what is my topic title..??hmmmmmmm....

"Continued Fractions"

out of the three topics i passed last time,
1.upper bound of perfect numbers
2.inequality of arithmetic and geometric mean, and
3. continued fractions.... i was able to get the easiest one....!!!

my adviser is really nice, she does not put so much pressure on me...actually she let me choose which topic do i want to expound for my thesis....well, hmmmm definitely i chose the easiest one...and know what.? she approved it....!!! yahhooo...!!!!now i think i going somewhere na, i finally have directions....MyEm0.CoM

hmmm next step..??she told me to start making the introduction....
aim or purpose of the study..???to have a generalization of expressing quadratic equations as continued fractions....nyahaha....!!!not sooo hard huh..!!!hope i can finish my thesis as soon as possible...^__^... why am i looking forward to finish my thesis..???hmmmm simple............
its sure nah that ill finish my Bachelors Degree....goodbye schooling.....
GRADUATION nahhhhh...!!!waaaaaa....happy

July 14, 2008

FoOdiE taLks...!!!


hmmm...another tag for today..!!!

thanx to my ate Vannie for this, (hmmm...mouth watering...nakakagutom na..)tag...!!

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1. Chicken sa McDo, Jollibee, or KFC?
:: McDo, actually its not with the taste, its where kasi we always go to make tambay..hehehe :::

2. Pepsi, Coke, or rootbeer?
:: Coke! specially when its ice cold..!! :::

3. Greenwich, Pizza Hut, or Yellow Cab?
:: Greenwich...hmmm no in ZC we dont have Pizza hut and Yellow Cab...hihihi :::

4. Adobo, sinigang, or nilaga?
:: Sinigang, i believe most boholana's really love sabaw, it runs in the blood :::

5. Beef, pork, or chicken?
:: chicken! but i love some pork dishes too:::

6. Starbucks, Coffee bean and tea leaf, or Gloria Jean’s?
:: wahhh wala yan dito sa ZC (what a pity..!!) :::

7. Cornflakes, Honey Stars, or Milo cereal?
:: Cornflakes..!!!yup yup... :::

8. Goldilocks or Red Ribbon?
:: Red Ribbon :::

9. Tokyo Tokyo, Teriyaki Boy or Rai Rai Ken?
:: again, wala yan dito samin...!!!huhuhu libre nyo ko ha if visit ako sa inU..?? :::

10. Take Out or Dine In?
:: Dine In. :::

now im taggy this taggy to

  • can grab this...^__^...

Here comes the Magic Lamp..!!!


Thanx ate jerla, for this cool tag. I need some backlinks and im pretty sure that this will be of great help. I would really love to share this to my other friends so that because this will help them too. Mr Genie will surely give backlinks to us heheheh!!!

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