This is a guest post from Raymond.
For the longest time, I had a notion that human life starts upon fertilization. I guess it is not the case anymore since the debate, contention and opposition against it has never been this strong.
I have always been a sucker for “happily-ever-after” kind of stuff that marriage is supposed to seal and usher in for lovebirds; but I guess I was just too cheesy and idealistic that the reality is that PH is the only remaining country not to have Divorce Law in place.
Life has become too complicated that we need to re-assess, re-evaluate and craft dynamic, progressive and open-minded legislation (and solutions) to guarantee utmost freedom to enjoy the best that life has to offer.
With this, I propose that we become bold enough to make do without boundaries, throw away inhibitions, be damned with constraints and be as free-spirited and free-minded as we can be – enjoy life to the hilt! Continue Reading »
Obviously, it didn’t turn out to be what I’ve been rooting for — the #thunderheat. Instead, the repeat of the 2006 NBA Finals.
This blog has been old enough to have
previewed mentioned the NBA Finals 5 years ago. And this time, I’ll be on the other side of the fence. For one, Miami Heat’s head coach, Eric Spoelstra, is half Filipino.
Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks have been doing great so far in the 2011 NBA Playoffs. But I believe that the Lebron-Wade-Bosh tag team will shine even better this time — in the 2011 NBA Finals. Add that to the fact that the Heat will be enjoying the Home Court advantage in this series.
The #thunderheat could have been the most ideal NBA Finals scenario, at least as far as I’m concerned. The Miami Heat clinching the 2011 NBA Finals Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy comes second.
Google thought me, there’s such a product by the name of Thunder Heat. It’s a baseball ball, and it actually has nothing to do with the NBA 2011 finalists (cross-fingers!) #thunderheat!
Frankly, I’m excited about the ChromeBook, a notebook powered by Google Chrome OS. I’m just quite disappointed I thought it was something I could easily install at my old Asus Eee PC 701 — to bring it to life. Continue reading ‘The Chromebook’ »
As the Chicago Bulls clinched the best record in the 2010-2011 NBA Regular Season, and as the Chicago Bulls reached the 2011 Eastern Conference Finals, this site is breaking record hits/visits from search engines as search results for search queries on “Chicago Bulls”, specifically for image queries. Continue Reading »
If you liked playing the Angry Birds game on your iPhone or iPad, then surely you’ll love playing the same on your desktop. No need to install anything (unless you don’t Google Chrome yet, which is weird). Just be ready with a Google Chrome browser and point the same to chrome.angrybirds.com. Enjoy!
They say a picture paints a thousand words. So I guess, two pictures paint two thousand!
Yeah, just let these pictures speak for themselves.
Now check out the picture of MJ and his trophies »
Rajon Rondo dislocates his elbow during this play in Game 3 of the 2011 NBA Playoffs Eastern Semi-Finals between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat. Watch the video after the jump »
I remembered going to Avant Abenson 5 or 6 years ago and seeing a model unit of this Nokia phone, the Nokia 8800, which then carried a price tag of around PHP 56,000.00 or so.
Can you imagine: small screen, no touch screen, no 3G, no GPS, not even a flash light? Such a luxury indeed.
Here’s the complete specs. Continue reading
What I really liked about Sun Cellular (Sun) is that it really offers competitive rates not just call and text (SMS) but also mobile internet.
Take a look at their prepaid mobile internet pricing scheme called SBW Loads below:
Contrary to popular notion, Sun Broadband Wireless (SBW) loads are not just for the SBW dongle; they can be used by regular Sun Prepaid subscribers to surf on their phone.
||1 day unlimited
||3 days unlimited
Rates sourced from their website.
The big question, however, is if you are considering the options SBW100 and SBW300, it’s a no-brainer that you should go for SBW100, right? What could be the logic that you would pick otherwise?
Again, another example of corporate ignorance.