If you own a mirrorless camera or have a DSLR and you're one of them shutterbugs who don't want to carry those bulky and heavy speedlites, let me introduce the Meike MK-320 with TTL function. It's half the size of a regular speedlite with all the features of a regular one having a flash head... Continue Reading →
In the past years, a Catholic seminary located near EDSA, Guadalupe in the heart of Makati, Philippines had a poster saying "VII. Huwag kang magnakaw." which refers to the seventh commandment in a tablet claimed by Moses to have been written by his god. In English, it means "VII. Thou shalt not steal". We all... Continue Reading →
A masked vendor holding a newspaper with a headline "WAG MATAKOT", which means "Don't be afraid"! I'll let my fellow Filipinos translate what this phrase really mean in our country where scores of people are killed every day...
I sometimes miss these days... ... Nuong sumasabit ako sa dyip habang may sumisigaw ng "... Valiches, Novaliches"! ... Nuong umaangkas ako sa traysikel na kakalog-kalog dahil sa lubak na daan! ... Nuong sumusundot ako ng pisbol sa kalyeng mausok at maalikabok at isasawsaw sa sukang punong-puno ng naiwang pisbol na lumulutang pa! ... Nuong... Continue Reading →
From a Filipino who has seen the world…
I like China because they sell cheap alternative products. I like America because of Star Wars, Titanic, Resident Evil, and of course, The Walking Dead, my favorite TV series!
I like China because of the birthday noodles, and that delicious lariat-style cuisine. I like America because of their hotdogs and hamburgers. Let’s add Disneyland and Universal Studios theme parks that bring out the child in you.
But of course, I also don’t like certain things from China and from America but these things will not make me “hate” them. Simply put, I love China, America, India, Russia, Australia, Japan, Canada, and the rest of the world!
http://abbyuy.weebly.com/uploads/8/8/2/6/88268696/img-2733_orig.jpg There's a new girl in town... and oh boy! Her photographs really caught my eye. I have featured one of her photographs which shows a dramatic image which made use of colors amid a dark, woody foreground. The image above is an artsy photograph of a concert with the band members placed inside a... Continue Reading →
In the Philippines, it is now somewhat "dangerous" to be unknowingly associated with someone who is into illegal drugs. To be safe, refrain from being with or having a picture with people you don't really know, including high profile personalities like mayors, councilors, congressmen, and even generals and showbiz celebrities who could eventually be named... Continue Reading →
“Ayaw patalo” (sour loser), “tama ako, mali sila” (I am right, you’re wrong) and the disgusting “crab mentality” are also the reason why the Philippines remain to be a third-world country now further moving into a fourth-world country, if such a term exist.
The Philippines is now officially known as “The Divided Republic of the Philippines”. A country where “pros” and “antis” clash to the brink of losing civility and the term “kababayan” (countrymen) now becomes just a domestic lip service. Filipinos are famous for “feeling superior” than other kababayans, “mayabang” (conceited), and to an intolerable extent, “mataas ang ihi” or an innate egocentric attitude with a wanton desire to be treated as VIPs.
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It’s like saying, “She’s my girlfriend but she doesn’t know it… Yet!”
I’m totally confused… Pres. Duterte made a unilateral truce last month and the Reds will also be making a unilateral truce in mid-August.
Why do they keep on unilaterally making a decision without the other party unilaterally agreeing on a unilateral accord that should have been bilaterally agreed rather than just unilaterally announced in the first place?