Historia

Automatic writing and the Ninoy story

I saw this interesting UK TV show that featured the Glastonbury Abbey ruins and what excavations in the early 1900’s revealed. The archaeological information were provided by one Frederick Bligh Bond, who claims that everything he knew about the site came from spirits—through automatic writing. In the 80’s there was this popular story involving an […]

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Paranaque | Personal

Filipino Made Backpacks

One of my favorite accessory when I travel is my Blazing Products belt bag. I bought it in 2004. It’s no Jansport but it sure is good if not better. I had two imported backpacks but this locally made belt bag, which I use far more often, managed to outlive them all. Yesterday, I saw […]

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Singapura

Botanic Garden of Singapore

I’m not really crazy about plants and gardening. I can remember trying to cultivate my own tomato garden and that ended up in disaster. I am, however, into nature and the outdoors. When I’m around Singapore and the weather is not too hot I head out to the botanical garden – perhaps the most underrated […]

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Opinion

Marcos Burial – Almost

Just when you thought its over – hindi pa pala. Looks like this one is not going away easily. Nonoy should just make the call. Ones and for all settle the matter. This guy tend to pass on responsibility to someone else. Obviously not a very good leadership style. Turns people off – big time. […]

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Historia

Noynoy Aquino’s Day

I saw some clips of the Noynoy inauguration on youtube. Just what I’ve expected it was full of emotion and promises – at some point he started to sound like a candidate again which was really disappointing. Never liked the guy, never voted for him but of course I want him to succeed because there’s […]

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