It was year 2006 when I graduated my bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication major in Broadcasting. Mass Communication is actually the course I didn’t intend to take up but one day I stumbled on having fond with my classmates who are taking up Mass Communication too.
"Mass Communication Brodcasting students during the induction party year 2005"
Petroleum Engineering is actually my first choice but due to financial struggle that most students are dealing with, I rebuff the chance of becoming an engineer someday.
Perhaps, you are wondering why I still able to go to college, right? Prior to deciding which course I will take up in college, I first reflect and contemplate about which course will be inexpensive for a working student like me. Then I end up enrolling in Mass Communication course since the tuition is a bit economical as compare to engineering. That perhaps is true but as I get closer and closer to graduation, the notion of low-cost education turns out to be a pain on my pocket. However, that never ever stumble me down. After 4 years of education with priceless grades, I graduated with pride.
" The Philippine Azkals Team"
Football is back in the Philippine sports scene with a bang – thanks to the Philippine Azkals. The Azkals, the Philippine national football team derived its name from the word askal, a Filipino term for “street dog”.
The Philippine Football team is one of the oldest national teams in Asia but it has always failed to qualify for the AFC Asian Cup or the Federation International de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup, the biggest football tournament in the world. In December 2010, after a good performance at the AFF Suzuki Cup, this basketball- crazy country gave football the attention it deserved. No one expected the Azkals to win a single game in this tournament, but their dedication and fighting spirit led them to give a very good showing in every game they played. The Azkals’ performance in the 2010 Suzuki Cup brought football back to the Filipinos’ hearts and made the Azkals very popular. Because of their good showing at the Suzuki Cup, the Azkals qualified for the 2nd Leg Qualifiers for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. After beating Sri Lanka in this qualifier leg, the Azkals have set their eyes on a possible World Cup slot. To be able to qualify for a World Cup Finals slot, the Azkals have to hurdle 4 qualifier rounds. They have so far moved on to the 2nd round, a first in the country’s football history.
“ Hail and farewell, Harry Potter films. You strove to do good and did better. In the wizarding world and the epic-movie universe, all is well.”—Richard Corliss
Yesterday, July 17, 2011 marked the end of my childhood as I finally watched the final instalment of the Harry Potter movies, the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2. It was like an emotional roller coaster ride, with a great part of it allotted with a lot of weeping and tears. Yes, after ten great years, Harry Potter, and all his friends, frenemies, and the darkest wizard of all time, bid farewell to the silver screen.
Harry Potter is a novel written by J.K. Rowling which is split in six parts: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince, and lastly, the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows. Its first movie (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone) adaptation first showed in 2001, and its last instalment (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows), split into two movies were aired on November 2010 and July 2011, respectively.
Uncertainty is wrangling around the corner;
Assembling a notion whether I should take over!
But, how will I seize the options I have;
If my mind and hearts’ contemplations are spaced out!
If there’s any way for me to confess;
All these uncertainties that bestow bleakness!
I will surely clinch and screech it out,
So to quench the impaired heart I have.
As much as I wanted to plead and shriek,
I can’t resist the anguishes brought by fears.
So pardon me if I let go all these worries;
To mend my heart and be at peace! Continue Reading
Envy me in any way, I don’t care;
For it’s you and not me who are trapped in the dim tunnel!
And why should I heed over your despair?
You’re just lass who are far away in my level.
I won’t stooped-down in your altitude;
For you and I are poles apart.
Though you always claimed that we’re akin to,
But God knows who’s pure and tainted between me and you.
Instead of frittering away my nobility;
I’ll just reside to be tranquil and happy,
For God blessed me much every day,
So why should I frown and think of you anyway?
One last word from someone who feels sorry for you;
Grow up, stand up and be yourself
For every people is unique;
You can’t be me and you will always be.
Sam Pinto, Hailed as FHM Philippines’ Sexiest Woman of 2011
It is indeed a great mid-year gift for Sam Pinto as she was proclaimed, with the help of the votes from both men and women in the Philippines, as the Philippines’ sexiest woman, according to FHM Philippines. Sam Pinto, from last year’s rank of number 32, beat all the rest including last year’s top five (Angel Locsin, Marissa Miller, Cristine Reyes, Marian Rivera, and Iwa Moto, respectively). This year’s top five, lead by Sam Pinto on the number one spot, also includes: (2) Marian Rivera; (3) Angel Locsin; (4) Cristine Reyes and; (5) Solenn Heusaff.
The FHM (For Him Magazine) is the best-selling glossy magazine for men in the country. It is a local franchise of the biggest men’s magazine based in the United Kingdom. FHM Philippines does not only offer pictures of the Philippines’ sexiest but also articles about men problems and advices, literature, the latest gadgets, and sports among others. The magazine, which first published its magazine on March 2009, through Summit Media, is a man’s best friend, offering entertainment and substance, at the same time.
Anemia is a blood related condition similar to leukemia. This condition is very common to children, women or pregnant women and men. It has something to do with the decrease of red blood cells or hemoglobin in the body. Hemoglobin is basically the element of red blood cells that carry oxygen to the body. The person with anemia is called anemic.
There are many types of anemia which includes:
• Pernicious anemia – cause by lack of vitamin B12
• Sickle cell anemia – folate deficiency
• Iron deficiency anemia – iron deficiency
All these type of anemia only have similar symptoms such as:
• fatigability or the feeling of weakness
• Feeling dizzy and fainting
• Shortage in breathing
• incapability to think or can’t focus
• Memory trouncing or loss
• Heart palpitations
Here are few amazing natural ways to treat anemia and recover from the suffering it brought to each individual.