Friday, October 30, 2009

Facebook Addiction - Someone Stop Me Please

I've been playing a lot in Facebook lately. And now I remember why it is I told myself to stay away from it. I'm never going to get anything done at this rate, ahaha. T_T

I did find this particularly interesting though. And since my blog has been ignores for some time, I thought I'd share it.
Your Name Numerology
Columbia just calculated their name numerology.

Dear Columbia, your Name Numerology is 4 based on below formula :


Below are the analysis result for number 4 :

BUILDER, will challenge all convention and create in various realities through radical approaches.

Friendly ...Numbers: 5, 6, 8
Enemy Numbers: 1, 2, 9
Day: Sunday
Color: Gold
Gem: Hessonite, Gomed, Canelian
Metal: Gold
Body Chemistry: Bile (Pitta)
Karmic Lesson: Satisfaction
Best Suited Professions: Planners, lawyers, politicians, technicians

Compatible numbers for :
- Business: 1, 4, 6
- Marriage: 1, 4, 6, 8
- Romance: 1, 4 ,6, 8

Hm-hm... ♥ Now if only I can decide which casual games to play... or not play, actually. >.<;;;

And can someone please tell me what my body chemistry means? T_T

Friday, October 16, 2009

Kuroshitsuji: the Musical

Oh, come on... A Kuroshitsuji Musical? To be released on DVD on December 2nd of this year? I mean really, who would-


*looks for a place to pre-order* ♥

Found this news on Pie Power.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Another Reason Why I Should Buy a Wii

I never thought something like this would ever happen, but it did.

That, my friend, is a new game for the Wii, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom. Capcom’s final fighter has been revealed to be Zero from the Megaman X series, and he looks like he jumped straight out of X4. Not because his appearance is the same but also because his moves are the same as those from X4 too.

Yes, I am one of the most avid Zero fans out there. If this didn’t give that away, then I have no idea what planet you’re from.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Ondoy/Ketsana Aftermath

I never thought a typhoon could hurt us so badly.

My house has never been flooded in 40+ years. When Typhoon Ondoy (internationally known as "Typhoon Ketsana") hit us, the water rose to mid-thigh inside my house. Outside, it was up to the waist. For those curious, I'm 5'2" (or maybe 5'3"). More than 80% of Manila was underwater, and even until now, 5 days later, some places are still submerged.

typhoon ondoy / typhoon ketsana aftermath in santo domingo streetMy brother suspects that all the damns in the area were opened, that's why the floods rose to unimaginable heights. I think the sewers are so clogged up with garbage that it couldn't handle the flood waters. There are so many slums in the sewer areas... how then can you drain the water when the sewers have been covered up by houses?

And then people in the slums complain that the government is not helping them, when in truth, they are also part of the problem. We already know there's corruption in the government, so why can't the citizens do something on their own?

Then again, I don't blame them for leaving the province in search for a better life in the City. I'm only angry that so many people are hurt when I know this could have been prevented some way. People always think "if it ain't broken, don't fix it", only to cause so much grief and misery... even death.

One day, when I have enough money after I work in Canada, and I have the chance to return to the Philippines, I will make a recycling facility. I will also use Japan's technology to clear up the poluted waters, because I don't think the government will ever stop stuffing their pockets with money.

The Philippines could be so much better...

If you would like to help, there is a full list of places accepting donations here.

On another note, I say Senator Noynoy Aquino's car pass by in front of us today. From the brief glimpse we had, he seems like a simple guy. The window was down, and he was seated on the front seat of the car. I wonder where he was off to?