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March 6, 2009

Francis Magalona dead

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Goodbye Francis Magalona. THANKS FOR THE MUSIC.

Known as “Master Rapper,” Francis M. is considered as one of the most influencial icons in the industry of rap/hiphop music. Francis was diagnosed with leukemia August of 2008 and was supposed to have a bone-marrow transplant this year.

He passed away at the Medical City in Mandaluyong around noon today, Friday 6th of March 2009. Condolences to the family and friends of Francis Magalona.

While having this post I’m playing Francis M’s Kaleidoscope World. *sad Check this video from youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoKlCGgciLw

RIP Francis M.

Here’s the article from GMANews.TV

Vic Sotto confirmed the news over GMA’s noontime show Eat Bulaga and asked for a minute of prayer for the eternal repose of the singer-composer’s soul.
Magalona’s battle with leukemia was made public last year. In a public statement last April 14, he admitted he was battling with the malady.
A blood drive was subsequently announced for the singer.
Unknown to the most, the 44-year-old singer-composer recently survived a delicate medical condition days before he was dispatched from a hospital.
“Akala ko kasi magki-Christmas ako sa ospital, e, because I had a very, very, very close brush with death last December 4. I went into septic shock and it was a very scary moment,” he said in an earlier interview.
It was announced last year that Magalona was scheduled for a bone marrow transplant.
“My doctor said I’m in remission right now after my third chemo cycle. So, my next move would be to do the bone marrow transplant and I’m very happy to announce that I was able to find a match. One of my sisters from the States we have the same tissue typing so she would be my donor,” he added. – Amita O. Legaspi and Mark Joseph Ubalde, GMANews.TV

February 20, 2009

November 2008 Nursing Licensure Exam Top 10

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1) Jovie Ann Alawas Decoyna of Baguio Central University, 89 percent

2) John Patrick Morales Dimarucot , Central Luzon Doctor’s Hospital Educational Institute, 88.40%

3) Gian Karlo Timog Cusi, Baguio Central University 88%; Erycar Del Mundo Manaois-Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, 88%

4) Florina Conde Corpuz, Saint Dominic Savio College 87.60%; Angelica Aubrey Pantig Morla, Far Eastern University Manila 87.60%; and Jamie Anne Tolentino Tinio, Angeles University Foundation 87.60%

5) Roberto Madrona Asuncion, Arellano University, Pasay City, 87.40; Irisa Kriya Turaja Biag, San Pedro College, Davao City, 87.40; Miguela Macuto Gabisan, Cebu Normal University, 87.40%; Edita Te Lim-Arriesgado College Foundation, Inc, 87.40%; Rosario Lei Mosqueda Pasimio, Xavier University, 87.40%; and Elaine Grace Esperancilla Praile
Saint Paul University, Iloilo 87.4%; Catherine Duran Reyes, Our Lady of Fatima College QC, 87.4%

6) Geronimo Carillo Burce Jr., Mabini College, 87.20%; Joanna Mae Francisco Evangelista, San Beda College, 87.20%; Christopher Alvarez Irorita, San Pedro College, Davao City, 87.20%, Paul Delfin Reyes Jamero, Father Saturnino Urios University (Urios College), 87.20%; Hazel Joy Amarillo Jimenez, University of Batangas, 87.20%; Ma. Concepcion Ashley Delizo Mapagu, Saint Louis University, 87.20%; Maria Cecilia Castillo Navata, Canossa College, 87.20%; Francis Ian Sabanal Pascual, Universidad de Zamboanga (ZAEC), 87.20%; and George Garcia Vega Jr., University of Saint Louis, Tuguegarao, 87.20%

7)Katrina Andrea Pagdanganan Arceo, Nueva Ecija College, 87.00%; Rose Jean Dumaboc Capidlac, Silliman University, 87.00; Carla Mae Tenorio Cuisia, Silliman University, 87.00; Mary Ann Alvarez Garing, Lyceum of Batangas, 87.00; Ma. Joya Jimenea Genzola, Colegio de San Agustin, Bacolod City, 87.00%; and Rose Anne Miranda Mungcal, Angeles University Foundation, 87.00%; Pretzel Estremos Vicencio, (Butuan Doctors College (Butuan Dr. HSP. Sch. of Nursing), 87.00%; and Faye Stephanie Yao Yu, Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Foundation, 87.00%

8) Lylani Mutya Balote, University of Makati, 86.80; Jamaicca Rabulan Banting, Davao Doctors College, Inc., 86.80%; Garey Jay Avelino Delfin, Iloilo Doctors’ College, 86.80%; Josephine Celoso Elvas, 86.80%; Vanito Diocson Ilanga Jr., Sultan Kudarat Educational Institution, 86.80%; Maria Edna Charise Godoy Java, Misamis University, Ozamiz City, 86.80%; Hannah Lee Alde Padilla, University of San Agustin, 86.80%; Bryan Morella Peralta, Univesity of Makati, 86.80%; and Robinson Uy Kaw Sing, Iloilo Doctors’ College, 86.80%

9) Maria Jurem Quilar Alcarde, Central Philippine University, 86.60%; Ruel Bobadilla Arzadon, Saint Louis University, 86.60%; Karina Genciane Banayat, Our Lady of Fatima College, Quezon City, 86.60%; Ryan Daniel Rivera Dablo, University of San Carlos, 86.60%; Matthew Wayne Real Chang, Silliman University, 86.60%; Fritzie Quiatzon Dela Raga, Fellowhip Baptist College, 86.60%; Hiromi Balaguer Fernandez, Saint Paul University, Iloilo, 86.60%; Josephine Franz Pagulayan Gammad, Saint Paul University, Tuguegarao, 86.60%; Paul Fabian Robosa Gumabao, Arellano University, Manila, 86.60%; Maila Carl Majam Morantte, Colegio De Sta. Lourdes of Leyte Foundation Inc., 86.60%; Michael Dorothy Frances Gaer Montojo, Ateneo de Davao University, 86.60%; Cindy Mae Alvarez Nañoz, Ateneo de Zamboanga, 86.60%; Glenda Mae Macapal Omaña, Riverside College, 86.60%; Rhea Jhoy Padinay Pantaleon, Saint Louis University, 86.60%; Rolly Mendoza Policarpio, Angeles University Foundation, 86.60%; Arlette Castillo Quinan, University of St. Louis, Tuguegarao, 86.60%; Crystal Mae Abejuela Sabela, Xavier University, 86.60%; Katrina Isabel Hugo Santos, Philippine Women’s University, Quezon City, 86.60%; and Shiella Marie Gamboa Simplina, Saint Louis University, 86.60%

10) James Altura Baguio, Saint Mary’s University, 86.40%; Miljoyce Daligdig Cabat, Lyceum Northwestern, 86.40%; Sarah Mae Clemente Capulong, Angeles University Foundation, 86.40%; Johcy Angeleme Fausto De La Fuente, Central Philippine University, 86.40; Renante Lazarte Dig-Aoan, Baguio Central University, 86.40%; Jake Desor Diputado, Silliman University, 86.40%; Marjory Boquia Emperio, Misamis University , Ozamiz City, 86.40%, Marissa Raposas Ferrer, Lyceum Northwestern, 86.40%; Erika Bautista Galang, Central Luzon Doctor’s Hospital Educational Institute, 86.40%; Francis Gerwin Uy Jalipa, San Pedro College, Davao City, 86.40%; Angela Gilda Baltazar Mencias, Unciano Colleges & General Hospital, Manila, 86.40%; Carina Yabut Pacete, Our Lady of Fatima University, Valenzuela, 86.40%; Joy Jenelynn Chua Tan, University of Sto. Tomas, 86.40%; Francis Dollente Villanueva, Saint Paul University, Tuguegarao, 86.40%

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February 10, 2009

2009 NBA All Star in Phoenix Schedule

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Feb. 12-15: All-Star Jam Session, Thursday-Sunday, Phoenix Convention Center
Feb. 13: T-Mobile Rookie Challenge, Friday, US Airways Center (9 p.m. EST)

Feb. 14: Shooting Stars, Skills Challenge, Three-Point Shootout and Slam DunkContest, Saturday, US Airways Center (8 p.m. EST)

Feb. 15: All-Star Game, Sunday, US Airways Center (8 p.m. EST)

February 3, 2009

Rin and the Rox

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These two hotties are the latest Pinoy singing sensation in YOUtube. Behind the name Rin and the Rox are Rin or Erin Paula is 20 years old and pure Filipino while Rox or Roxanne, 21, is half-pinoy half-white. They are both based in California, USA.

In a recent episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen invited the two to guest on her show.

“Recently, I found these two singers on the internet. These two girls are singing in the bathroom. So they are fantastic. If you are watching right now, please, please come on the show if you are watching. We have a wonderful bathroom here… But seriously, you are great. So please, please come on the show if you would like to,” Ellen said.

Hope Rin and the Rox makes it big in the international music scene.

See more of their videos here.

January 15, 2009

STOP WAR IN GAZA STRIP

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Enough of the chaos in Gaza. I don’t care who’s right or wrong, BUT

I CARE FOR THE VICTIMS.


If you feel the same, feel free to repost this. Let’s pray for World Peace.

January 5, 2009

It’s a NEW YEAR

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Happy NEW YEAR everyone! Let’s start-off 2009 with all smiles and positive outlook.

Happy happy new year! 🙂

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