Monthly Archives: July 2012

NBA Stars Formidable Olympic Team

“It was important for us to come out and make a statement for ourselves,” US guard Chris Paul said. “We are the most talented team on paper. You don’t win a game on paper.” Very well said, in fact, with … Continue reading

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DOM in the London Olympics

In almost all sporting events, there are certain personalities that really standout and as such they don’t escape media attention and hype. In due time, they are flaunted as ‘darling of media’ (DOM). In her time, our very own Ms. … Continue reading

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The Much Anticipated iPhone 5

Truth be told, that this replica of the iPhone 5 was originally published shortly after the iPhone 4 came out back in June 2010. Hopefully, this will be the last update, but you never know, considering how long this whole … Continue reading

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5 benefits of cucumber

1. Keep body hydrated Cucumber has 96% water content that is more nutritious than regular water, which helps in keeping the body hydrated and regulating body temperature. It also helps in flushing out the toxins from the body. 2. Skin … Continue reading

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GMA is out on bail.. so what?

After 8 months detention, former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo was out on bail yesterday (7-25-12) after a Pasay City RTC judge granted her bail on the ground that the electoral sabotage case filed against her was weak. However, her co-accused former … Continue reading

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Cotabato City: A New Tourist Destination?

The title alone will drop eyebrows down, and more so, for people who had lived in Cotabato City for quite some time. I had settled my family there from 1987 to 2009 or in a span of 22 years. After … Continue reading

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The JBC Interview

This afternoon (7-24-12), the Judicial and Bar Council started its interview with the first batch of candidates to the position of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. And one of them particularly interested me with her answers. Yes, she’s a … Continue reading

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