Monday, March 31, 2008

EntreCard To Increase Your Traffic!

There are debates when it comes to this traffic exchange site whether it brings quality or just quantity traffic. Whether it is quality or quantity it is still traffic and is much better than no traffic at all. I advise every new blogger like me to join this traffice exchange community. A few of the members lost thier interest to this site because they say that they don't get quality traffic to their site. The reason in my opinion is absurd because there are member who really read and subscribe to the sites of the member. But at first, I suggest that members should increase first their advertisment cost by being a power dropeer first then the reading of readworthy blogs should be next. There are sites of members that would really boost your blogsites. The secret to everything is reading religiously.

What do we get from joining EntreCard?

1. We get credits from dropping our cards to other members of this site.
2. We can advertise our site to other sites.

We get credits by dropping our cards to other sites. Yes that easy. We also earn credits to those who advertise to us. A few members was disaappointed because it is very hard for them to make 300 drops for a day. We must do this for us to advertise to well known sites which cost us big amounts of credits and we can only do this by being a power dropper ourselves. Maximize our dropping to 300 hoping that drops we made would be reciprocated and thereby increasing the cost of advertising to our site. I just joined six days ago and I am now ranked as "a dedicated dropper with a hint of addiction". The stats below are my stats. See, I dropped 300 cards within the day. Many find it hard it do 300 drops. Want to know how I did it?

Simple. Use the EntreCard site opener.

How to operate it?
1. Open your account to EntreCard.
2. Then open the EntreCard Site Opener.
3. Press Window Button + Z to Open Random Sites
4. Look for the EntreCard avatar and drop your card.
5. When "Thanks!" appear on the avatar, press Ctrl+W to close the tab.
6. Repeat steps 3 to 5 to reach 300 drops

This process can be completed approximately an hour or if your connection is faster, 30 minutes would do. It's not hard to do isn't it? So let's EntreCard to Increase our traffic.

Build Links, Increase Your Technorati!

I remember joining technorati, the biggest blog directory just a month ago and I was overwhelmed by the result it gave me. From scratch, I now have an authority of 173. I believe it is an achievement for a start up blogger like me. My technorati ranking also increased from about 2 million plus during my start to 34, 802 now.

You would ask how I did such feat in just a short span of time? Well the answer to your question is non other than Link Building!

One way of building links is to join memes that links your site to other blog sites. One of the most known link building meme is the "Big Bang". I believe this one has helped me the most. The others that I joined are "Project Exlinks", and "Links Around The World". Well, I would like to give credit to super Mommy Ruby for introducing all of these to me. All that I know before are link exchanges or more coined as "exlinks". I suggest that everyone join these meme's as it would increase your technorati ranking and as well as your authority thus, making you an authority to blogging. (At least to Technorati's point of view). I still don't know how link building works to increase the google pagerank. Still not ranked at it. But I'll be there in due time. It takes a lot of patience as all Pro Bloggers say. Maybe not in this site but to the other sites I would build.

What else can we do to increase our links?

Aside from exchanging links, you can do comments to other bloggers' blog site but take note that you should not sign in your blogger account when commenting but rather use the name/url option. This would be counted as backlink to your site. The blogger account would just link it to your blogger profile but not your blogsite. Now, if the name/url is not available, you can sign in your blogger account and you can still create a backlink by doing a little html code which is very easy to do.

Type In:

One more piece of advise, make sure that your comment is relevant to the post you just commented. By this way, the author of the blog would notice you and there is a big chance that he would visit your site. And by doing this, you can increase your traffice as well. So why dont you comment on this post and I will comment as well to your article.

And lastly, link building not only increase your traffic but it is also a very good way of gaining friends and discovering great blogs out there in the blogosphere. Informative blogs that would really optimize your site. That's all for link building. Check out this site for more blogging tips.

Project Exlinks (Batch 3)

This project exlinks is growing very fast. I heard that it already has the batch four but im still waiting for the code to come. Thanks to Mommy Ruby for initiating this!

1. Pinay
Mommy Online

2. Kristin
3. femikey
4. angel
5. janice
6. eastcoastlife
7. sweetmommy

8. bloglearner
9. pmochet
10. mari
11. ilovephilippinestoo
12. Travelling

13. Sexy
n Healthy

14. gizelle

15. mama meji
16. makiko
17. zamejias
18. tips and

19. Do You
Want To Chillout?

20. How to Write an Essay
21. rodaflip

Learn more about Project Exlinks here.

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Project Exlinks (Batch 2)

I am posting the batch 2 of this project for the benefit of those who joined this batch.

1. Pinay
Mommy Online

2. RedRuby\'s
Euroangel Graffiti

3. Wena
4. Joliber

5. marc
6. janine
7. gizelle
8. Homegirl Space
9. sweetmommy28
10. - Pinoy\'s Favorite Websites, Videos, Pictures
atbp! Visit na!!

11. recepsionist
12. Princess-2
13. nebis
14. Free Essay Website
15. WWW

16. Simply The Best
17. anna
18. Lowell
and Julian

19. Rhea Calma
20. Ms.
Carla\'s place

21. Annie

Learn more about Project Exlinks here.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Gas Price on the Rise!

Former President Corazon Aquino Diagnosed With Colon Cancer

The Aquino family has announced that the former President was found to have colon cancer on her check up. The former President decided to submit herself on check-up when she started to suffer from high blood pressure and difficulty of breathing followed by fever and starts to lose her appetite and at the same time noticing her weight loss.

Colorectal cancer, also called colon cancer or large bowel cancer, includes cancerous growths in the colon, rectum and appendix. It is the third most common form of cancer and the second leading cause of cancer-related death in the Western world. Colorectal cancer causes 655,000 deaths worldwide per year.[1] Many colorectal cancers are thought to arise from adenomatous polyps in the colon. These mushroom-like growths are usually benign, but some may develop into cancer over time. The majority of the time, the diagnosis of localized colon cancer is through colonoscopy. Therapy is usually through surgery, which in many cases is followed by chemotherapy.

Let us all pray for the recovery of the former President whatever our political party is. Let us acknowledge her contributions to our history. She had been an inspiration to all of us for fighting the dictatorship of the Marcos regime. May she recover from her illness however hard it may be.

Monday, March 24, 2008

Do you have a carbuncle?

I wrote this article as an information to those who doesn't know the english term for "pigsa". Yes, it is carbuncle. I saw this male as I was about to go to the office this morning who have this skin disease located on his neck. Now, what if it's located somewhere else, maybe right at your butt, that it hurts you and makes you decide not to come to the office. What would you tell your boss or your immediate superior?

Boss, I cannot come to the office today because I have a "pigsa".

Quite shameful isn't it? But how about if you would say:

Boss, I cannot come to the office today because I have a carbuncle.

Sounds OK. I bet your boss would permit you right away because he doesn't even know what a carbuncle is. I just don't know if my boss is familiar with the term, our firm is owned by an American.

I learned this term in one a radio station here in Metro Manila, 90.7 Love Radio. I am not sure if the show is titled "Tambalang Balasubas at Balahura" or just the segment of it. The show is graced by fellow bicolano or shall I say bicolana Nicole-hiyala and Chris-Tsuper. The tandem is known for their wacky acts and opinions in the airwaves but sometimes gives informations such as this one. If you want to have a smile early in the morning. You should try their show.

But when they gave this information they said that "pigsa" is impetigo or carbuncle but as I researched about the two skin diseases, I found out that there is a big difference between the two. And if you read closely on both skin disease you would find out that "pigsa" is carbuncle and not impetigo although they are closely related.

Just to give you an informations about this, a carbuncle is a lump on the skin usually caused by bacterial infection. Most carbuncles are caused by the bacteria staphylococcus aureus. The infection is contagious and may spread to other areas of the body or other people.

A carbuncle is made up of several skin boils. The infected mass is filled with fluid, pus, and dead tissue. Fluid may drain out of the carbuncle, but sometimes the mass is so deep that it cannot drain on its own. Carbuncles may develop anywhere, but they are most common on the back and the nape of the neck. Men get carbuncles more often than women. Because the condition is contagious, family members may develop carbuncles at the same time. Often, the direct cause of a carbuncle cannot be determined. Things that make carbuncle infections more likely include friction from clothing or shaving, generally poor hygiene and weakening of immunity. For example, persons with diabetes and immune system diseases are more likely to develop staphylococcal infections.

Carbuncles usually must drain before they will heal. This most often occurs on its own in less than 2 weeks. Placing a warm moist cloth on the carbuncle helps it to drain, which speeds healing. The affected area should be soaked with a warm, moist cloth several times each day. The carbuncle should not be squeezed, or cut open without medical supervision, as this can spread and worsen the infection.

Treatment is needed if the carbuncle lasts longer than 2 weeks, returns frequently, is located on the spine or the middle of the face, or occurs along with a fever or other symptoms. Treatment helps reduce complications related to an infection. A doctor may prescribe antibacterial soaps and antibiotics applied to the skin or taken by mouth. Deep or large lesions may need to be drained by a health professional.

Proper hygiene is very important to prevent the spread of infection. Hands should always be washed thoroughly after touching a carbuncle. Washcloths and towels should not be shared or reused. Clothing, washcloths, towels, and sheets or other items that contact infected areas should be washed in very hot (preferably boiling) water. Bandages should be changed frequently and thrown away in a tightly-closed bag.

Carbunculus may heal on their own. Others usually respond well to treatment. However, a carbuncle can return again and again for months or years following the first infection. Call a doctor if a carbuncle does not heal with home treatment within 2 weeks or is located on the face, neck or spine. The same if you have a fever or a lot of swelling around the carbuncle, or pain that gets worse. Also consult a professional if carbuncles come back often.
(I did not post an image to this article because I cannot see an image which would not be an eye sore to everyone. I'll post one if I get one.)

Friday, March 21, 2008

New Blog Worth!

My blog is worth $16,936.20.
How much is your blog worth?

Previous Blog Worth

My blog is worth $58,712.16.
How much is your blog worth?

New Blog Worth

I am quite happy with the new worth of this blog. I guess I am doing something right or am I? I'm studying search engine optimization and other stuffs that can increase this blogsite's redearship and traffic. I will be posting tips that would help new bloggers earn their respective rankings on blog directories as well as web directories so watch out for that. Taking it one step at a time. I hope you would stay for updates about SEO and Adsense and all the necessary things that can make one's blog competitive. One tip to all is to join forums, this is one way of earning backlinks to your site and gaining all informations about SEO and other things that you want to know. Just participate in the discussions for you to learn. Ask questions and there would be bloggers that would be very interested in helping you out. Aside from forums, you can also create backlinks by making comments to other blogsites by using Name/URL option when commenting. If you have questions, you may email me or leave a message in this site. That's all for now. Many thanks to all my visitors, readers/subscribers and big thanks to those who gave their comments. I will strive to keep you all updated.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Beauty or Brains?

Question and Answer (Bb. Pilipinas 2008)

Janina's Message to her critics

If I were to choose from the two, I would prefer brains. But if both are present then its a bonus. The recent Bb. Pilipinas 2008 pageant has created a buzz not only here in our country but also around the globe. This is because of the controversial winner of the Miss World Title Janina San Miguel. At presstime, the video of the question and answer portion posted on is at more than 1.4 million hits, and commented almost 15 thousand times. Some insulted her because she was not able to pull out a good answer plus the mistakes in her grammar and some defended her saying that she should be a given a chance to prove herself.

I tend to laugh at those who gave negative comments on the video because they themselves commit mistakes on their grammar. As much as possible, I dont want to correct grammar of others because I myself commit those mistakes. I see lots of bloggers making the same mistakes whenever I do blog hopping but I'd rather be silent for them not to get hurt. My suggestion, read your articles again and look for your mistakes. That is what I do because sometimes I tend to do articles on the spot (like this one) and is not able to check my grammar. So even if you have posted an article, you can edit your mistakes if you found one.

Now with regards to the Bb. Pilipinas pageant, I've read an article of Dolly Anne Carvajal, an entertainment writer of, that the percentage for personality and intelligence acounts only for 20% of the criteria for judging and 80% for face and figure. Now doing my math, a candidate can really win even without answering a question right? A candidate can still get a 90% or less, since intelligence is only 10%. I really think that the criteria should be changed. Why not give a 2o% or 30% for intelligence?

Although English is not our first language, we've been known to be one of the best in this language, that is why foreigners outsource jobs here in the Philippines. The call centers are good example of this. They like Filipino workers because we can communicate well. In my opinion, our representative to an international pageant should be also good at this language because it reflects us. But let us give Janina the chance to prove herself. She should take the advice of former Miss World 2nd runner up Ruffa Gutierrez to study speech lessons and thereby improving her communication skills. She still has the time to prepare.

I also included here the video of her interview giving a message to her critics. I salute her for being tough amidst this controversy. Let us wait and see what's gonna happen. After all, everybody can win if the criteria is like that. I don't blame her for that. So my message to the organizers, wake up! We are being laughed at!

Project Exlinks

Project Exlinks is a very good way of knowing other bloggers in the blogosphere. This project interconnects each and every blogger within the list thus enabling them to easily hop on each of the bloggers blog site. I suggest that you include your links by following the links below. Thanks to Mommy Ruby for sharing this to us.

Project Exlinks Participants
1. Pinay Mommy Online
2. OnlineBiz and Resources
3. Island Paradise
4. Momhood Moments
5. RedRuby
6. Pinaymama
7. Business Mars
8. JeansWomen
9. Pampss
10. Sheng\'s Simple Thoughts
11. Nelle - LucidCreativity
12. janice
13. Femikey
14. sunshineforlife

15. arlene
16. Prily
17. wiselythomas
18. All Things Cherished
19. Pinayjade
20. Mar Roxas for President in 2010

Learn more about Project Exlinks here.

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Sunday, March 16, 2008

My Blog Dictionary

The primary reason I made this blog entry is to help fellow bloggers understand the world of blogging easily by knowing the basic terms used in the blogosphere. This dictionary is also intended to those people I mentor so that this site would be a source of information/reference for them. I believe that the basic foundation of a competitive blog is search engine optimization. One should increase the traffic into his web site or blog site and one has to start with the basic terms that the blogosphere uses in order for them to easily optimize their sites. You may not be able to understand all the terms that a certain forum teaches because of the lack of knowledge about a certain basic term. A question will arise after a question so it will take a lot of your time. I intentionally did not include some of the terms that I got from my source because some of them are not basic but advanced. So I intend to share them in another article maybe. I may not have included all the basic terms so I intend to update this dictionary of blogging terms from now and them. I hope that this would be informative for everyone.

1. Backlinks - (or back-links (UK)) are incoming links to a website or web page. The number of backlinks is an indication of the popularity or importance of that website or page. In basic link terminology, a backlink is any link received by a web node (web page, directory, website, or top level domain) from another web node (Björneborn and Ingwersen, 2004). Backlinks are also known as incoming links, inbound links, inlinks, and inward links.

2. Blogosphere - is a collective term encompassing all blogs and their interconnections. It is the perception that blogs exist together as a connected community (or as a collection of connected communities) or as a social network.

3. Blog Hopping -to follow links from one blog entry to another, with related side-trips to various articles, sites, discussion forums, and more

4. Blogroll -A list of blogs. A blogger features a list of their favorite blogs in the sidebar of their blog.

5. Blog site -the web location (URL) of a blog, which may be either a dedicated domain, a sub-domain, or embedded within a web site.

6. Blogger - Person who runs a blog. Also, a popular blog hosting web site. Rarely: weblogger

7. Directories - A web directory or link directory is a directory on the World Wide Web. It specializes in linking to other web sites/blog sites and categorizing those links. A web directory is not a search engine, and does not display lists of web pages based on keywords, instead it lists web sites by category and subcategory. The categorization is usually based on the whole web site, rather than one page or a set of keywords, and sites are often limited to inclusion in only one or two categories. Web directories often allow site owners to directly submit their site for inclusion, and have editors review submissions for fitness. It is an advantage for a blog site to be listed in directories for it to be known by other users of the web.

8. Feeds - the XML-based file in which the blog hosting software places a machine-readable version of the blog so that it may be "syndicated" for further distribution on the web. Formats such as RSS and Atom are used to structure the XML file. (e.g. RSS, Atom)

9. Forum - an Internet forum is a web application for holding discussions and posting user generated content. Internet forums are also commonly referred to as Web forums, message boards, discussion boards, (electronic) discussion groups, discussion forums, bulletin boards, fora (the Latin plural) or simply forums. The terms "forum" and "board" may refer to the entire community or to a specific sub-forum dealing with a distinct topic. Messages within these sub-forums are then displayed either in chronological order or as threaded discussions. Forums can be used as a place to make backlinks to your site.

10. Google AdSense - commonly just AdSense, is an ad serving program run by Google. Website owners can enroll in this program to enable text, image and, more recently, video advertisements on their sites. These ads are administered by Google and generate revenue on either a per-click or per-thousand-impressions basis. Google is also currently beta-testing a cost-per-action based service.

11. Hits - Number of users visited is often referred as hits. (website / blog hits)

12. Monetizing Blogs - is the process by which a certain blog site is made for it to make money out of the ads posted by third party providers or by offering services in a certain blog site.

13. PageRank - is a link analysis algorithm that assigns a numerical weighting to each element of a hyperlinked set of documents, such as the World Wide Web, with the purpose of "measuring" its relative importance within the set. The algorithm may be applied to any collection of entities with reciprocal quotations and references. The numerical weight that it assigns to any given element E is also called the PageRank of E and denoted by PR(E).

14. Podcasting - Contraction of “iPod” and “broadcasting” (but not for iPods only). Posting audio and video material on a blog and its RSS feed, for digital players

15. Search engine optimization (SEO) - is the process of improving the volume and quality of traffic to a web site from search engines via "natural" ("organic" or "algorithmic") search results for targeted keywords. Usually, the earlier a site is presented in the search results or the higher it "ranks", the more searchers will visit that site. SEO can also target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, and industry-specific vertical search engines.

16. Subscribe - the term used when a blogs feed is added to a feed reader like Bloglines or Google. Some blogging platforms have internal subscriptions, this allows readers to receive notification when there are new posts in a blog.

15. Template - used on the "back end" of a blog that work together to handle information and present it on a blog.

17. Vlog -a video blog; a vlogger is a video blogger (e.g. someone who records himself interviewing people of a certain field).

18. Web Widget - a portable chunk of code that can be installed and executed within any separate HTML-based web page by an end user without requiring additional compilation. They are derived from the idea of code reuse. Other terms used to describe web widgets including: gadget, badge, module, capsule, snippet, mini and flake. Web widgets often but not always use DHTML, JavaScript, or Adobe Flash.

Friday, March 14, 2008

"Unfinished Business" - Manny Pacquiao Vs. Juan Manuel Marquez II


January 16, 2008, a day after my birthday (yes it is, im now accepting gifts!) is the slated date of the rematch between Filipino ring icon Manny Pacquiao and the reigning World Boxing Council super featherweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez.

Back in 2004, Pacquiao floored Marquez early in the first round of their first match. Marquez visited the canvass three times that time. One of the judges (Bert Clements) scored the round as 10-7 in favor of Pacquiao that led the match to a draw. The score should have been 10-6 like what the other judges scored (3 points for 3 knockdowns and 1 for advantage in the round). Marquez was lucky to escape the game with a draw because of the bad scoring. Will he be lucky this time? Mark my word, I don't think so. I am confident that Manny will win this fight.

When it comes to politics, I didn't like the idea of Manny running for a seat in the government. Pacquiao's reply to those who are questioning him for running is, its in his heart to help his poor countrymen. My reply to him, he can do that even when he is not seated. Many rumors spread that he ran because he pushed by some politicians that wants to ride on to his popularity. In short, benefit from him. I don't know about that but I didn't even see him seated as congressman. Besides he faced the well known lawyer and incumbent congresswoman Darlene Antonino-Custodio who already had a big machinery that abled to trump his popularity. But when it comes to the boxing sport, every Filipino is a fan of Pacquiao. A hero he is to the country, bringing pride and unity to every citizen of this country. No wonder there is zero crime rate in the Philippines everytime he steps in the ring.

I have watched almost all of Manny's fight. He has blossomed into a completer fighter. I was critizing him before for his weak defense and a not so good footwork but he has always been a bomb on the ring. Too hard to exchange combinations with him, the technique employed by Barrera was a bit effective but fall short when it comes to scoring. Seeing Pacquiao's fights recently, he has improved both on his defense, footwork and speed. There is no way that this Marquez is going to stop him having seen Marquez's fight with other pugilist.

Fellow Filipinos let us unite again to see this unforgettable match. Go Philippines! Go Manny Pacquiao!

Escudero, Diaz , DiCaprio and Graf amongst WEF’s Top Young Global Leaders

Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero and model actor turned social entrepreneur Illac Diaz are the Filipinos amongst the honorees of this years World Economic Forum’s Top Young Global leaders. They join actor Leonardo DiCaprio and tennis player Stefi Graf in this year’s award. Also included in the yearly award is CNN Anchor Anderson Cooper.

I got this scoop from one my favorite online newspaper the and learned that the article was because of the press release of the office of the good Senator but I opted to research more about the award giving body and I went to its website and saw the list of the 245 awardees and learned that another Filipino was included and it is non-other than entrepreneur Illac Diaz.

I really think that the writer should have researched more because I think Illac Diaz is as much as a celebrity like the good Senator and should not rely only to a press release. Illac is the founder of CentroMigrante who won the 2006 $100K MIT entrepreneurship tilt. The group’s idea is to provide clean and affordable housing to migrants who flock to other countries to seek employment but are usually unable to afford decent lodging while searching or waiting for jobs. Truly a need here in the Philippines for we have more than a million Filipinos in a year going out of this country to work abroad. He should be given credit like the neophyte Senator.

Well of course our Senator Francis Escudero should be lauded for his contributions in public service. His new authored bill, the Anti-Prostitution Bill is being deliberated now in the Senate of which he is optimistic that the bill would be passed. This bill gives greater protection to the children and women where they are not treated as criminals in this bill but victims. For more info about this bill you can visit Chiz’s website. I just have a question in mind, will Escudero be the first Bicolano President? Let’s wait and see.

The two Filipinos now joins the prestigious list of Top Young Global leaders along with Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the founders of

Established in 2004, the Forum of Young Global Leaders is a unique multistakeholder community of the world's most extraordinary young leaders, who dedicate a part of their time to jointly address global challenges and who are committed to devote some of their knowledge and energy to collectively work toward a better future.

As part of their engagement, the young leaders give their time to task forces to initiate, develop and drive innovative solutions on important, globally-oriented issues, including health, education, the environment, global governance and security, and development and poverty.

Sources: Chiz's Website , Illac Diaz Article

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

What is GHB?

I saw a movie five years ago in HBO about a true to life story of a very known man internationally having charmed and lured women to engage with him sexually by drugging them using this date rape drug. Let this story and research be a warning to women who goes out to party especially those who are offered to have a drink, whatsoever drink it is. Let me first give some facts about GHB.

GHB: Gamma hydroxy butyrate or Gamma hydroxybutyric acid, Sodium Oxybate

Made From: gamma butyrolactone (GBL) and Sodium Hydroxide or Potassium Hydroxide - basically it is degreasing solvent or floor stripper mixed with drain cleaner. When GBL or BD or products containing them are ingested, GHB is produced in the body, that is why we refer extensively to GBL and BD products on these pages.

Street Names for GHB: GHB, "G" (most common), Gamma-OH, Liquid E, Fantasy, Georgia Home Boy, Grievous Bodily Harm, Liquid X, Liquid Ecstasy (is not ecstasy), Scoop, Water, Everclear, Great Hormones at Bedtime, GBH, Soap, Easy Lay, Salty Water, G-Riffick, Cherry Meth, and Organic Quaalude, Jib

Description: A clear liquid. Looks just like water. Can be mistaken for water because it is usually found in a small (30ml) clear plastic bottle, a water bottle, or even Gatorade bottles, which contains several doses. One quick taste, and you'll know it's not water. Not as common, but also found as a white powder. Infact powder use is on the rise!

Effects: Intoxication, increased energy, happiness, talking, desire to socialize, feeling affectionate and playful, mild disinhibition, sensuality, enhanced sexual experience, muscle relaxation, loss of coordination due to loss of muscle tone, possible nausea, difficulty concentrating, loss of gag reflex.

This drug was popularized because of the true accounts of the rape case thrown to Max Factor heir Andrew Luster. Of course every woman knows what Max Factor is. For those who doesn't know, it is a well known line of cosmetic products. It is said that Luster used this as an additive to the drinks given to his victims. He was accused by three women of raping them and videotaping the acts of those rapes. Andrew Luster was arrested in his house and the police searched the premisses and found the alleged video tapes of Luster preying his victims. The case went dramatic when Luster fled after two weeks of trial to avoid conviction in the case filed against him. He was caught by a bounty hunter named Duane "Doug" Chapman who had been on his trail for months. He was found guilty of the 86 of 87 cases filed against him and was sentenced for 124 years of imprisonment.

I hope this story of mine gives warning to those women who loves to go out and drink. Be careful of what you drink or what is given to you. The drug is very easy to produce for the components can be bought easily. It is very deceptive for it is like water. The drug if overdosed can bring someone into coma.

To know more about the dangers of GHB, you can click on the title for details.

Home Sweet Home!

Do you like to have a beautiful house like image above? Well, of course you want to. Everybody has a dream house. I myself dream of a having a house of my own with my family or maybe my soon to be family. Everybody wants to build their houses that I believe. No wonder the market share of are estimated to be the biggest share in the market. Even here in the Philippines, the real estate industry is a good market because OFW's tend to invest on these kind of properties.

You may now have some ideas on how you would want your house to look like or maybe you have already planned which areas would be occupied by each family member or maybe you already have the idea on how the furnitures would be placed. Whom should you consult?
Many of us doesn't know how to start or whom to consult when it comes to the this matter. People are confused if they would get an Architect or an Engineer. I would just like to share to everyone who wants to build a house what the Architect and the Engineer can do as this is not quite clear to every layman.

Now for residential houses, I still believe that the Architect is the first to be consulted. He can do the planning of the house and of course if you want to improve the aesthetics of your houses, these are the poeple who do good in this part although some civil engineers have also managed to do some architectural drawings but still architects are the ones who have authority in this.
If you want to build a safe house that would not collapse in case of natural disasters, the engineer should be the one to consult. What kind of an engineer should be consulted? The answer is a structural engineer. Structural engineers makes sure that the reinforcement of your houses withstands the forces of nature. They do the necessary computations to arrive at those reinforcements that I'm mentioning. Architects sometimes do structural stuffs but they are not well versed in it although they have subjects on it but they are not an authority to the structures stability.

In the construction of your dream house, an architect or a civil engineer can accomplish the job. Both can handle the project. You may want to consult a Master Plumber for the piping and sanitation (A master plumber is enough for residential dwellings but in big construction a sanitary engineer is needed), an Interior Designer to set up all about interiors, an Electrical Engineer for the lighting and power, they do the electrical plans. The service of a Mechanical Engineer should be consulted if your house would have heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC).

I hope I've shared a bit of information for my blogger friends who would want to have their dream houses built. If you have further questions, feel free to ask me as I have also engineered various residential and commercial structures here in Manila and the rest of the Philippines. I do structural engineering of houses so you may ask me further on this matter.

Monday, March 10, 2008

Sunday, March 9, 2008

The Taxi Business in Metro Manila

"Nine Stars" & "Sturdy"

Last night Niben (my DOTA buddy and housemate)and I went out with a friend and her friend (Chelsea and Deborah) to have them roam places here in Manila for they are just having a visit here. So went to Eastwood City in Libis to show them around and there were live bands there. We saw Barbi Almalbis and Maegan Aguilar perform there.

As we went home we've decided to go with them in Deborah's place and we rode a taxi named MGE. This is one of the most dominant taxis here in Manila and its color is white and green. I would suggest tourist to opt for this taxi for they have a communication radio which gives help be it in traffic and safety. These taxis are known for their correct and precise taxi meters.

As we were arriving in in Deborah's place she slipped to utter a bicolano word (our dialect) telling the driver to stop. The driver responded in the same dialect and there we knew that the driver also came from the Bicol Region (Region V in the Philippines).

After dropping to Deborah's place, we heeded to our place in Mandaluyong and decided to have a chat with the driver of the taxi who is a fellow Bicolano. I told him that most of the taxi drivers that we've riden are fellow Bicolano's also. He said he knows that, they say that operators and passengers prefer Bicolano drivers for they are careful on the wheels and on the road. I said that MGE is a good taxi. I asked him the operator of the taxi and said to us that it is owned and operated by Teofilo Enriquez from Macabebe, Pampanga. Then we went on talking about taxi operations and stuff.

Mario Leosala who hails from Sorsogon shared to me that taxis here in Manila are operated by one family, the Enriquez. It all started with their father who had a bus operations named "La Mallorca" but went bankrupt and corverted into a taxi business named as "R&E". It was passed on to Teofilo's brother and after that the other siblings followed to build "MGE", "Sturdy", "Nine Stars", "EFE" and "EMP". We also learned that "EMP" is owned by Teofilo's son. Drivers in these companies have all the benefits (SSS, Pag-ibig, Philhealth, etc.). He also shared that MGE have some 700 taxis operated and only 500 plus runs on the road in a day because of coding. Coding day for the taxi is also the day off of the drivers. This day alos serve as the maintenance for the taxi if needed. Assuming that 500 runs in a day with a boundary of P1860 pesos, that is equal to 930, 000 pesos a day. They could even buy two cars in a day. What a business! That is MGE alone, sister companies not included. I also learned from the driver that the MGE taxis use LPG as gas. You'll notice that LPG taxis are cheaper when it comes to gas and cheaper also for taxi fares.

I suggest that tourists should prefer these taxis for drivers there are very well versed when it comes to route and traffic for their companies conduct seminars for their drivers and the screening for their drivers are very tough. You can be assured that these drivers are not reckless. I hoped I've shared a bit of information for tourists.

Friday, March 7, 2008

The Story Behind the Nickname Pamps

Many of my friends ask me why I was nicknamed Pamps. If you don't know my real name, well, its Florante. Pamps is very far from Florante right? There were many speculations on the stories behind the origin of such nick. Some said that a diaper was found in my my bag which has brand name "Pampers" but this is not true. Now let me just tell you the story.

It started out when I was in high school. I was informed by my classmates that there is an ongoing try-out for the "Milo Best Center - Tournament". This is a baskeball tournament commissioned by Milo and one of its venues is in Legazpi City. The schools were invited to join the tournament but only 4 schools dared to join. Our school was one of them. The others were Aquinas University High School, Divine Word College of Legazpi High School and United Institute.

Knowing that our school is to compete in this ball game, I dared to try out. I remember when I was in elementary I tried out for this tournament but was not chosen. I only placed 16th in that try out but they only get 15 players, hence, I did not qualify. In the BUCELHS try out, I met the brother of my classmate Albert Orozco, his name is Serafin Orozco III (their father Serafin Orozco Jr. became our Professor in the College of Engineering in the same school and Albert also became a classmate of mine.) Now as we were warming up, Serafin noticed that I pump first before I grab the rebound so he said, "Hey! You are pumping! Pumpers!

There it all started. I was nicknamed Pumpers but some friends shortened it to Pamps and I preferred it over the original and they preferred it too as it was shorter. I was admitted to be one of the players to compose team Bicol University College of Education Laboratory High School. I became popular to the field of sports in our school but not in the field of basketball but because of chess. I even became one of the "Athlete of the Year" awardee when I was in fourth year. The legacy lives on until college for Albert and my classmates in high school became my classmates in college and I use it until now. That is the true story.
Just a bit of trivia. We played in the tournament but never won a game. We lost all our three games. But do you know the most improved basketball player of that tournament? It is non other than my team mate Jason Misolas, then became a Palarong Pambansa Player, played for the San Juan De Letran College and was a scholar, played in the PBL for various teams and now playing for the Coca Cola Tigers as a professional basketball player. Ask him my name and he will never forget the story.

That's all folks! I hope it's now clear! I'll let them read this article if they ask. See you around!

Thursday, March 6, 2008

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