Saturday, May 31, 2008

4 Minutes

(Timbaland:)
I'm outta time and all I got is 4 minutes(x8)
Come on
Yeah
Break down
Come on

(Madonna:)
Come on boy
I've been waiting for somebody
To pick up my stroll

(Justin:)
Well don't waste time
Give me a sign
Tell me how you wanna roll

(Madonna:)
I want somebody to speed it up for me
Then take it down slow
There's enough room for both

(Justin:)
Well, I can handle that
You just gotta show me where it's at
Are you ready to go
(Are you ready to go)

(Madonna & Justin:)
If you want it
You come and get it
If you thought it
It better be what you want
If you feel it
It must be real just
Say the word and help me give you what you want

(Madonna & Justin:)
Time is waiting
We only got 4 minutes to save the world
No hesitating
Grab a boy
Grab a girl
Time is waiting
We only got 4 minutes to save the world
No hesitating
We only got 4 minutes, 4 minutes

(Madonna & Justin:)
Keep it up, keep it up, don't be a pri, hey
Madonna, uh
You gotta get in line, hop
Tick tock tick tock tick tock
That's right, keep it up, keep it up, don't be a pri, hey
Madonna, uh
You gotta get in line, hop
Tick tock tick tock tick tock

(Madonna:)
Sometimes I think what I need is a you intervention, yeah

(Justin:)
And you know I can tell that you like it
And that it's good, by the way that you move, ooh, hey

(Madonna:)
The road to hell is paved with good intentions, yeah

(Justin:)
But if I die tonight
At least I can say I did what I wanted to do
Tell me, how bout you?

(Madonna & Justin:)
If you want it
You come and get it
If you thought it
It better be what you want
If you feel it
It must be real just
Say the word and help me give you what you want

(Madonna & Justin:)
Time is waiting
We only got 4 minutes to save the world
No hesitating
Grab a boy
Grab a girl
Time is waiting
We only got 4 minutes to save the world
No hesitating
We only got 4 minutes, 4 minutes

(Madonna & Justin:)
Keep it up, keep it up, don't be a pri, hey
Madonna, uh
You gotta get in line, hop
Tick tock tick tock tick tock
That's right, keep it up, keep it up, don't be a pri, hey
Madonna, uh
You gotta get in line, hop
Tick tock tick tock tick tock

(Timbaland:)
Breakdown
Yeah
(tick tock tick tock tick tock)
Yeah, uh huh
(tick tock tick tock tick tock)
I only got 4 minutes to save the world

Pinoy Idol Walton Zerrudo

Pls VOTE for Walton Zarudo of Pinoy Idol!

just type IDOL(space)WALTON then send to 367 for Smart and Talk and Text or 2344 for GLOBE, TM and SUN

maximum of 200 votes per mobile number ou only have 2 hours after the show.

Saturday May 30 2008 6.30 GMA 7.

Pls vote vote for him!!

thanks thanks and thanks

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Movies Movies and Movies for this Week!


Movies Opening This Week
Sex and the City



Four years since we've last seen them, the girls from Sex and the City deal with various issues in their life. Carrie is about to get married to Mr. Big. Miranda deals with suspicion that Steve is cheating on her. Charlotte is finally pregnant. And Samantha grapples with the idea of a monogamous relationship.

Movies Opening This Week
Caregiver



A school teacher in search for a better life for her and her family joins her husband in London and becomes a caregiver. She struggles to find the dignity in her work as she suffers the abuse of difficult people in her care, but soon finds herself growing in strength with each passing day, and finding more in herself than she ever though was there.

Movies Opening This Week
21



A young, underprivileged student at M.I.T. is approached by a daring math professor to take part in a risky scheme. Along with five other students, they become experts at counting cards, and take on the Casinos in Vegas. But where there is money involved, there is deceit, and the students find that nothing comes without a price.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

SOLIHIYA (Greenbelt 5)

Comfort food is as varied and diverse as food is but it is always something that involves great pleasure. To some it’s as simple as mom’s adobo or tita Inday’s callos, and maybe anything, that reminds one of home. To me, it’s French fries and a chunk of rich dark chocolate (at room temperature please!). You see it’s not typically hard-to-find or expensive; it’s just something that makes you smile.


Solihiya

On a recent trip to Greenbelt 5, I found a dish in Solihiya that I can add to my list of feel-good food. Solihiya is that picture-pretty restaurant on the third floor of Greenbelt 5 that can easily earn as much praise for its Tsinoy menu as its interiors. Well-lit with yellow lights, large windows and clean white walls, the place is furnished with handsome custom-made furnishings from Cebu and is the masterpiece of Cebuano Architect Ed Gallego. Solihiya means “weave” and is more commonly known as a popular kind of Asian furniture design. The restaurant is symbolic of “weaving the different flavors that has shaped the Filipino cuisine.” The menu is a mix of Filipino and Chinese favorites, and their alliance as the cuisine of panciterias and esteros from Old Binondo.


Solihiya



Solihiya

At helm is young Nick Santiago, also the chef/teacher (teaching Asian Cuisine in College of St. Benilde) who was trained in Hawaii to open Polu Kai in Serendra. I had the Cold Tofu Salad (P200), fresh tofu cuts with sprinkled kiam tsay, spring onion, garlic, century egg, pickled vegetables and oyster sauce. I can imagine non-tofu fans liking this because in its simplicity it packs flavors that blend nicely. The century egg is a nice touch as it breaks the delicateness of the tofu and adds texture. Admirably, it has its ways of making you feel refreshed.


Solihiya
Cold Tofu Salad
Chef Nick’s Escabeche Solihiya (P255) was impressive. Judging from the name, it’s often a good sign when the restaurant stakes its claim in the entree's name. The dory fillet is fried to perfection, and by that I mean that it was cooked at a specific heat that makes the fish crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, and served with sweet and sour sauce. It was hard not to be fascinated despite my aversion to anything sweet and sour. The sauce lets the fish be the rightful star and refuses to overpower its flavor.


Solihiya
Escabeche Solihiya

The Pata Tim (P635), slow-braised pork leg in sweet but not too cloying soy-based sauce, had the meat falling of the bone.


Solihiya
Pata Tim

Entrees in Solihiya are very Pinoy in a sense that they’re packed with flavor. Solihiya’s Binagoongang Belly (P395) can be your worst nightmare if you’re watching your weight so watch out. Not only will this seduce you into reaching for more rice, it’s a classic example of the irony that something so good can be sooo bad. But if one thing, Solihiya is a place to indulge so suspend any cholesterol concerns and live a little!

Solihiya
Binagoongang Belly

Their Cha Misua (P310), I dare say, is the best pancit in the world. It might not be the most heart-friendly dish around, what with lechon bits and fried quail eggs on top, but I’m not even counting calories at this point. It’s wonderfully oily (in its own right!) and I don’t mind, especially after catching a forkful of noodles with peanuts and bits of coriander. This one had me talking about it the rest of the day.

Solihiya
Cha Misua

For dessert, there’s Mango Pudding with Fruits (P145), which really has a native feel to it because it uses creamy coconut milk, and Fried Banana with Ice Cream (P120). The bananas are sautéed in muscovado sauce and served warm, making them lovably bittersweet. Top it with ice cream and the play of the hot and cold is comfort food at its best.

Solihiya
Mango Pudding with Fruits

Solihiya
Fried Banana with Ice Cream

Compared to its neighbors, Solihiya is one of the least expensive options in Greenbelt 5 with nothing over P635. It’s where you might escape the highbrow crowd and lose hours over a meal, talking about good food and good times.



Sunday, May 11, 2008

Happy Mothers Day!

Happy Mothers Day to My Mom!!!
I love you so Much

MB Celebrity Edition


lets welcome the MB Celebrities

1. Aya
2. Gemma
3. Geri
4. Ken
5. Val
6. Chinggay
7. Joms
8. Thio
9. Marti
10. Audrey
11. Perlita
12. Jihan
13. Lemon
14. Neri
15. Luz
16. Sam

MB Celebrity Edition
Good Luck naman sa amin! for sure lahat kau maloloka! THIS IS IT!

Saturday, May 3, 2008

Old Projects with Unitel Production!

Project "Green"

aliw i was like searching for some of the TVC's and nakita ko toh. one of my first project sa Unitel Production. TVC with Greenwich below is the full length MTV

PROJECT "SPEED"

This is also one of my project for PLDT. God!!! Direk Avid sauko lang pala makikita tong mga TVC natin!!! i love It!!! ano next project natin, still searching for some TVC na nagawa ko!!! hahaha hope makita ko... may mga cd's ako but i want to put dito sa blog ko.

you will se some of my Projects i mean old project dito sa blog ko. just check multi media.

How to get RID of your ENEMIES easily


We all think the enemy is somewhere out there, that some person, force or nation is out to harm us in some way. Rather than live a life focused upon what they want, many people's lives center around protecting themselves from their enemies, devising strategies to beat them. However, enemies consume time, attention, resources, well-being and happiness in life itself. And the odd thing about enemies is that even when we defeat one, ten more seem to immediately appear. Even when they think they are winning over their enemies, they are losing a life of freedom, health and good will.

The smartest, simplest and easiest way to get rid of your enemy is to turn him/her into a friend. It actually takes only a moment to do this. Stop for a moment and ask yourself, who decided this person or situation is my enemy? You did. Now you can turn that decision around and decide the person is a friend. You can decide to become a friend to that person, (or to that situation or condition), to stop fighting and respond with kindness and care. You can choose to see other aspects of that person, which are not in opposition to you. Once you step out of the dance they are doing, how can they hurt you?

The True Enemy In Your Life

The next step would be to take a deep breath and realize where the true enemy is hiding. What exactly is it that is keeping you in constant turmoil? This is the moment to realize that your true enemy is within. It is your very own hatred, anger, fear and upset. The true enemy is the propensity we have for projecting our anger and fear outside into the world, for pinning it on people and situations and then battling with them. It is extremely disempowering to project your darkness upon someone else. It gives the other person power over you. Until we stop this, more and more enemies will keep appearing. Ultimately, they are the creations of our own mind and heart.

Below are some steps to take, to live a life free of enemies. Try them and see how easy and enjoyable they really are.
Step 1: Make Friends With Your Enemy

Allow yourself a moment of willingness to consider the possibility that your enemy wants the same things in life and is, most likely, just as afraid of you as you are of them.

A)Say to yourself - "Like me, my enemy wants to be happy and safe. Like me, me, my enemy has suffered and wants to be free of pain. Like me, my enemy is lonely. Like me, my enemy will one day face loss and death."

Step 2: Who Is Your Enemy

A)Make a list of those people (or situations) you feel are your enemies. (You may be astonished to note that even those you love are fearful to you).
B)Write down three valuable qualities this enemy has.
C)Write down three ways you have gained from knowing them.
D)Write down what is needed for you to see them as a friend.

Step 3: Reclaiming Your Power

A)Upon whom have you projected most negativity?
B)What about this person is so unacceptable?
C)Can you see these qualities in yourself as well?
D)For just a moment, can you accept these qualities in yourself? (This doesn't mean act upon them, just accept them for what they are now).

Step 4: Turn It Around

A)Offer your enemy the gift of respect.
B)Offer your enemy the gift of really listening and knowing them.
C)Stop judging your enemy. Let them be who they are.
D)Give your enemy what they want and need. Just one time.
E)Do it again now.
F)Notice how wonderful it feels.
G)Take time to notice how it feels to live in a world of friends?

Thursday, May 1, 2008

ANTM cycle 9 Final Walk


One contestant is eliminated and the final two girls continue on to do a Qi Gang fashion show. One of the models wins the title as she outshines the other on the runway.
Jenah, Saliesha, and Chantal all made it into the finale and head to the site of their final photo shoot. Jay Manuel and Brent Poer tell the girls they’ll be doing a commercial and print ad for Cover Girl’s new Wetslicks Fruit Spritzers.

Jaslene Gonzalez Talks About Being America’s Next Top Model
Jaslene Gonzalez, winner of Cycle 8, joins the three finalists on set. Jaslene shares her experience about the modeling industry since winning the top prize. Her pep talk inspires them and helps calm their nervous excitement.

The Three Finalists Struggle to Shoot a Cover Girl Commercial
Chantal is the first to do the commercial take and fumbles her lines. She repeats the script in a fast paced mode, prompting Jay Manuel to direct her to be more conversational in tone. At the end of several attempts, she gets through an entire take.

Jenah displays an arrogant air when it’s her time to go. She is sniggering at the director and seems to be making fun of the entire shot. When the camera begins rolling, she freezes, unable to remember even one line. She does several takes and is finally able to read the lines on the final attempt, but laughs at the end as if she’s embarrassed to be in such a light-hearted commercial.

Saliesha stumbles through twenty takes, finally asking the director for a moment to collect her composure. She admits to Jay Manuel she is afraid one of the other of the girls will outperform her in this challenge and steal her dream of becoming a model. On her last take, she is able to read the script convincingly.

The print ad portion of the day seems to go better than the commercial did. Jim Deyonker photographs the girls and each take a beautiful picture with his direction.

The Models Tell Tyra Banks Why They Should Win
The girls face the judging panel, where Tyra Banks asks them each to step forward and tell her whom they think has the most, and least, potential to be America’s Next Top Model. Predictably, each girl says she is the most qualified. But Chantal and Saliesha both cite Jenah’s arrogant attitude as one reason she is not qualified to represent the title.

Jenah, meanwhile, says she is very qualified to be America’s Next Top Model, and just because she doesn’t “spew rainbows incessantly” it doesn’t mean she isn’t a warm person. The judges determine that Jenah is still dealing with issues in her past and she may not be ready for the responsibility. She is sent home.

Chantal and Saliesha Continue to the Finals
Chantal and Saliesha continue on to the final challenge, a Qi Gang fashion show. Jaslene Gonzalez helps open the show, along with over 500 extras dressed up in Chinese costume. Some of the extras are walking alongside the models on stilts.

Chantal Knocks Over a Performer
As Chantal and Saliesha walk the runway, it is clear that Saliesha has come further in her modeling journey. Chantal, while looking beautiful in the clothes, seemed unsure about herself from time to time. At one point, an extra caught his stilt in Chantal’s dress and fell to the ground. This seemed to throw Chantal even more off her game. Concern for the performer shown on her face for several moments before she was able to get back into the vibe of the show. Saliesha, on the other hand, exuded confidence throughout. Her walk was strong, and she stood out as the top model on the runway. Saliesha wins Cycle 9 and is crowned America’s Next Top Model.

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