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Then, the cool kindliness of sheets, that soon
Smooth away trouble; and the rough male kiss
~Rupert Brooke, "The Great Lover,"
the chatbox of this site has to be disabled for a while for personal reasons - although these are totally stupid.
and i said: PAYTER!!
ug sa dihang ning-atake ang mga taga UP mass comm sa sun.star aron manaygon.. :)
It's the police, ho ho ho
The theory makes sense, considering that red is the official color of Christmas and cows figure prominently in the Nativity Scene. The study - marked “confidential” and kept in a secret vault in Camp Crame - is titled, “The Cop As Santa Claus: An Idea So Funny That It Deserves A Try.”
read article here
PASKO SA SIDEWALK
A project of Tsinelas in cooperation with
the Dolores Aboitiz Children’s Fund
The project is about bringing the spirit of Christmas to the sidewalks, “home” to the city’s street children and their families. It is a project born of the belief that Christmas is for everybody, the poor most especially.
AREAS OF OPERATION:
The sidewalks in downtown Cebu City. the areas near Plaza Independencia, Cebu City Hall, Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral, Manalili, Magallanes and Colon Sts., to name a few.
Street children and their families.
ESTIMATED NO. OF BENEFICIARIES:
Tsinelas volunteers will drive along identified areas and randomly distribute packed meals to the people on the sidewalks. Distribution will be done in the early morning of December 25, preferrably between 5 a.m. and 7 p.m. There is no activity yet going on in these otherwise busy business areas at these hours; so it is assured only street children and their families will be found there.
Distribution will be done as silently as possible. A tap on the shoulder should be enough to wake a street child and his family up, in case they are still asleep. This is to avoid attracting a crowd that will only make distribution difficult. After handing out the food and saying a short Christmas greeting, the team will leave the place and move on to the next.
If necessary, there can be more than one team for the distribution so that it can be done as quickly and efficiently as possible. A team’s size should be kept to a minimum to avoid attracting attention.
As principal sponsor of the project, the Dolores Aboitiz Children’s Fund will decide on what food to prepare and what catering agency to tap.
Tsinelas, Dolores Aboitiz Children’s Fund, and Friends.
The weather for dummies
We are also too dumb to realize that “rain” is water falling from the sky while “precipitation” is the same water falling from the sky. (OK, snow is precipitation, as hail or sleet is. But unless you’re sleeping with a real snowman, be happy with rain. It’s shorter.) read article here
the city is packaging the downtown area as the place to go this christmas, even creating a night market that is open till 6 a.m. sige, will check it out.
tsinelas update: check out fotos of 'tabay' (tsinelas swu chapter) during its leadership training/teambuilding seminar HERE
Gravity-producing toilet for Aussie astronauts
What is 40 percent of the global population? I’m poor in math, but just imagine walking down the street in your neighborhood. Count 40 steps, stop, look to either side, there’s a 40 percent chance the house that stands there has no toilet. If it’s a vacant lot with lots of grass, that’s the toilet itself.
read article here
Missing Filemon's first Christmas single debuted at Smash FM this morning. Other stations said they will start playing the song next week. The song is an adaptation of Let It Snow written by lyricist Sammy Cahn and composer Jule Styne in 1945. We changed most of the stanzas but retained the refrain. In the spirit of sharing, we might be giving away copies of the song next week.
WA TAY SNOW
Pasko na usab O higala, walay sulod imong pitaka
music is gonna change the world next time around - JIMI HENDRIX