Like, a lot is going on

I kinda found it funny how I made my other blog sound like this one – the words as quoted below. Anyway, a lot of thoughts are in my head and I am willing to keep ’em there til I can get ’em together and make something sensible out of ’em and post ’em here… And since I haven’t posted in a while, right now, I have these:

Before I went online, I was able to attend a lecture on gender sensibility by an instructor from the Institute for Strategic Research and Development Studies and it was actually good – to mean that the person has got some point. It actually became a discussion over the issues that the university is facing right now. Apparently, this place I’ve got on the school right now has given me something that I couldn’t have had given some situation else. It’s actually good to know what’s on in your university. There’s, unfortunately, too much office politics going on. Some dirty things here and there… And some sort of writing for Soulstere will be up soon… I just gotta put everything together. The ish right now is mostly in the upcoming Ms. VSU pageant. I never thought there is as much issue in it until now.

On the project, I kinda ain’t certain about its status… It’s rather too much for me that looking for a problem is the toughest problem of all…

On the Philippine politics…

The president’s SONA was two days ago. I can wonder how real the contents can be. And I kinda find it funny that in a sense or two, she can sound like she is campaining for some people. Anyway, I didn’t watch, hear, or read the SONA ‘09. Well, not from the president herself.  Someone else read it to me. Yeah, read. Which removed my need to read it myself. Thank you. I kinda didn’t appreciate it that most people wouldn’t care about what’s going on as most people I’ve asked will just tell me that they didn’t bother about it.

And… I’m still not over the fact that the president can’t stick to one language. I ain’t demanding for everything to be in English and neither am I demanding for that entire speech to be in Filipino but I’d demand for every sentence to have just one language. I can accpet her mixing up two languages in snetences – switching from one to another every sentence or two – but I can’t accept her switching languages between words! (I wonder if that one was just too vague or not.) Anyway, a lot seems to be going on.

One more thing… There’s this AkoMismo program/promotion/whatever-else you may want to call it. At first glance, it sounds like some awesome program to promote clean elections or something – some-I-can-do-this-for-my-motherland thing. But, hey! It’s me I’m talking here… It’s just too commercial. Anyway, I ain’t got much against it. If you believe in it, go on.

The spirit behind AKO MISMO is DDB Cares, the corporate social responsibility arm of the DDB Group in the Philippines, a group of companies engaged in the business of communications. For many years now, DDB Cares has championed advocacies it firmly believes in: protecting the environment, supporting the rights of women, the education of children, voting responsibly, to name a few.

Why should there be a presence of business?! It kinda sucks, you know. Yeah, they have those advocacy and such but the point is… In one way or another, it’s still business… Too commercial, too commercial..

DDB Cares believes there is an urgent need to bring hope to Filipinos, particularly the youth, in the face of growing cynicism that is heightened by the current political, economic, social and moral crises.

Too real, actually.

I guess, I can’t add more to it right now… I’ma post this under watch as this is one of those times, I think…

Oh, hey… Here’s something… The school pub wasn’t able to escape the discussion. I’ma have to include it… It has to be anyway…

One more thing… The university infirmary… Which, as from the discussion earlier, is now called the VSU Hospital… How [word omitted for risk of being too harsh]…

Gifts, gifts

I’ve found one more excellent shopping site. This time, the site is a gift shop. Online gift shops are not too common actually. We all hear about online shops but only a rare few can be called gift shops.

The shop includes listings on gifts, invitations, monogramming and embroidery items. Baby’s items are also listed. They have a nap mat for the kids to comfortably sleep in. Back to school items are also up for grabs – I guess it’s what we can give as gifts for kids in these days. Toddler backpacks for the little ones and kids’ backpack for the slightly bigger ones.

So, if you’re looking at gift shopping, I suggest you visit this site.


I’ve been on SocialVibe for quite a while now and I just found this cause. Truth is, it made me want to change the cause I am supporting at the main SocialVibe site but I’d want to stick with The Whaleman Foundation for my reasons. But I would also want to support research on lymphoma. I’ve been over it and just thankful that I continue to live. Somehow, I’d hate more suffering from this disease. So, join us at SocialVibe to help fund research, education, patient services and advocacy for people suffering from this disease.

MJae invites you to

Save the Whales

Save the whales, save the world!

Well, that sounds like Heroes‘ “Save the cheerleader, save the world!” But in any case, Hayden Panettiere, Heroes‘ cheerleader that needs saving, is calling for help to save the whales.

This is a call to help stop the needless slaughter of the whales in Japan, Norway, and Iceland.

Click here to join us!

Save the whales again!

New Visitors have come to life

I created a dealer the first time I logged back in to ROSE Online this year. Then, I decided to create a full array of characters. Now I’m thinking of building a Visitor forever – just for fun! I wonder if the AruaROSE team can make a special visitor forever job…

Uhm, my charcters are all females, BTW. The models are unfortunately males and you ain’t got no choice for the gender when you create the sig.