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Im jumping right into this post with this most used line that not all things are meant to last. That is so true of my notebook fans. After some years of productive use the built in or internal fan of my notebook or laptop stopped working. Without a cooling unit […]
Watch Stupid Evil Deadly Traditional Politics of the Philippines. The Rodel Batocabe Murder. Many hearts bleed for the lives that are wasted and lost on a daily basis in the country. Some lives are lost by operation of the law as in the continuous drug excursions conducted by police authorities […]
Just before I went on a 4-month leave from my channel for quick travel and long vacation, I left behind video projects hanging which include a review on the microSD card I ordered online. I am referring to the micro SD card manufactured by Samsung, the EVO select SD card. […]
On this year’s commemoration of martyrdom of Jose Protacio Rizal, we join the folks at the Luneta Park and those in their respective homes at observing the momentous event that dates back into the waning hours of the occupation of the Spanish conquistadores. That was 122 years ago! On many […]
Pope Francis in Philadelphia, USA, offers Holy Mass concluding the World Meeting of Families 2015. This is the live stream coverage on Pope Francis presiding at celebration of Holy Mass which concludes the World Meeting of Families at Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, USA. Scheduled for Sep 27, 2015. Local […]
Here is the official tally update on the death count, injuries, damages and destruction brough about by the onslaught of Typhoon Yolanda. According to the official report from the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, a total of 1,962,898 families or 9,073,804 persons were affected in 9,303 barangays in […]
LEGAZPI CITY, July 21 — Residents have expressed concern over the situation in local jails after a prisoner escaped from the city district jail in Barangay Balogo, Sorsogon City on Sunday afternoon while an inmate died of ailment inside his detention cell in Masbate early Monday morning. According to the […]
MANILA, Feb. 23 — Oil derived-products are on the side of price increases with two retailers leading the pack. Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. and Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc. will increase pump prices of gasoline by 85 centavos per liter and diesel by 80 centavos per liter on Tuesday. Shell will […]
The past weeks, Albay inmates had been busy doing “assembly” of the always popular, but traditional Bicol parol (Christmas lanterns) made of bamboo and adorned/wrapped with Japanese paper in various colors, shades, cut and design. The end product are hundreds of cute, small and big, five-pronged-star of a Christmas decor.
Today we make an easy recall of the days when we were little. What came to mind was the classic and popular folk song of one about “our” small house. Some say the original version was in Tagalog entitled “Bahay Kubo” composed by Felipe de Leon: Bahay kubo kahit munti […]
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 — Donald Trump was on the cusp of creating history as he inched closer to clinching the US presidency with a strong showing in battleground states helping him trump Hillary Clinton in the knife-edge race. Major US news networks projected Republican candidate Trump to have won the […]
LTO to launch cashless transaction technology Feb 1 MANILA, Jan. 22 — The Land Transportation Office is set to launch a new cashless transaction system beginning next month. The LTO will be the first government agency to adapt the technology. On Feb. 1, clients will no longer stay in long […]
Naga city (PNA) — The environmental office in the province of Camarines Sur is set to launch a clean-up drive this month, noting the proliferation of posters of candidates put up on trees planted along the highways and roads. Lawyer Arnel P. Rodriguez, provincial environment and natural resources officer (Penro), […]
Former senator Joker Arroyo, 88, died of heart attack in a hospital overseas Monday. Joker represented the first district of Makati City for three terms from 1992 to 2001 and later as senator from 2001 to 2013. Arroyo has received various awards and commendations for his significant contributions to the […]
There are similarities between the cities of Davao and Puerto Princesa. Both have large land area than any of the cities one can locate in the country. Same cities are outside of Metro Manila. Before, respective residents claim either of the two LGUs was the biggest in the Philippines in terms of territory covered. Checking their websites and Wikipedia recently, it seems that has been settled.