blog ng sira ulo, reglatic, tinotoyo, galit, walang pakialam sa kung anong sasabihin ng ibang tao.

Sunday, November 28, 2004

Laser treatment zaps bad breath

LONDON, England (Reuters) -- If brushing and mouthwash don't improve bad breath, an Israeli scientist may have the solution -- laser treatment.

o, narinig nyo ba yan - may pagasa pa kayong mga hindi nagsisipilyong amoy imburnal ang mga bibig.

mike nichols - film genius

"We Don't Need No Education"

Former schoolchildren who sang on Pink Floyd's 1979 single Another Brick in The Wall have begun action for unpaid royalties.
Royalties expert Peter Rowan said he was appealing on behalf of one former pupil and was working with others.

The 23 then teenagers from north London have been unable to claim royalties as they recorded their vocals in secret.

The single with its chorus "We Don't Need No Education" became a children's anthem and was a UK and US number one.

The album The Wall, on which the single features, sold more than 12 million copies.

Friday, November 26, 2004

Taiwan firm markets fish that glow gold in the dark

WUKU, Taiwan (AFP) - A Taiwanese company, which has earned global fame with its transgenic fish, has updated its product line with a new species which glows fluorescent gold in the dark, raising concerns among environmentalists

OK. malapit na sigurong mag end of the world (as we know it? hehehe). nakaka imbento na sila ng glow in the dark fish. at ginto pa ang glow. bwakanginangyan. what's next? siguro in 5-10 years ang technology na ito ay pwede na ring ma implement sa mga tao. ang gusto ko, yung ilong ko ang mag glow into flourescent gold in the dark when i am aroused. hehehe.

Thursday, November 25, 2004


Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Parental Wisdom - Filipino Style

Hinding-hindi ko makakalimutan ang mga mumunti ngunit ginintuang butil na payo na nakuha ko sa aking mga magulang:

1. Si Inay, tinuruan niya ako HOW TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE: "Kung kayong dalawa ay magpapatayan, doon kayo sa labas! Mga leche kayo, kalilinis ko lang ng bahay."

2. Natuto ako ng RELIGION kay Itay: "Kapag yang mantsa di natanggal sa carpet, magdasal ka na!"

3. Kay Inay ako natuto ng LOGIC: "Kaya ganyan, dahil sinabi ko."

4. At kay Inay pa rin ako natuto MORE LOGIC: "Kapag ikaw ay nalaglag diyan sa bubong,ako lang magisa ang manonood ng sine."

5. Si Inay din ang nagturo sa akin kung ano ang ibig sabihin ng IRONY: "Sige ngumalngal ka pa at bibigyan talaga kita ng iiyakan mo!"

6. Si Inay ang nagpaliwanag sa akin kung ano ang CONTORTIONISM: "Tingnan mo nga yang dumi sa likod ng leeg mo, tingnan mo!!!"

7. Si Itay ang nagpaliwanag sa akin kung anong ibig sabihin ng STAMINA: "Wag kang tatayo diyan hangga't di mo nauubos lahat ng pagkain mo!"

8. At si Inay ang nagturo sa amin kung ano ang WEATHER: "Lintek talaga kayo, ano ba itong kuwarto nyong magkapatid, parang dinaanan ng bagyo!"

9. Ganito ang paliwanag sa akin ni Inay tungkol sa CIRCLE OF LIFE: "Malandi kang bata ka, iniluwal kita sa mundong ito, maari rin kitang alisin sa mundong ito."

10. Kay Itay ako natuto kung ano ang BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION: "Tumigil ka nga diyan! Huwag kang mag-inarte na parang Nanay mo!"

11. Si Inay naman ang nagturo kung anong ibig sabihin ng GENETICS: "Nagmana ka ngang talaga sa ama mong walanghiya!"

12. Si Inay naman ang nagpaliwanag sa amin kung anong ibig sabihin ng ENVY: "Maraming mga batang ulila sa magulang,di ba kayo nagpapasalamat at mayroon kayong magulang na tulad namin?"

13. Si Itay naman ang na! gturo sa akin ng ANTICIPATION: "Sige kang bata ka, hintayin mong makarating tayo sa bahay!"

14. At si Itay pa rin ang nagturo kay Kuya kung anong ibig sabihin ng RECEIVING: "Uupakan kita pagdating natin sa bahay!"

15. Si Inay naman ang nagturo sa akin kung ano ang HUMOR: "Kapag naputol yang mga paa mo ng pinaglalaruan mong lawnmower, wag na wag kang tatakbo sa akin at lulumpuhin kita!"

16. At ang pinakamahalaga sa lahat, natutunan ko kina Inay at Itay kung ano ang JUSTICE: "Isang araw magkakaroon ka rin ng anak, tiyak magiging katulad mo at magiging sakit din sa ulo!"

RP officer sent home for alleged shoplifting in US Army camp -

THE VALEDICTORIAN of the Philippine Military Academy Class of 2004 was apprehended for alleged shoplifting at a US Army academy, a spokesman for the Philippine Army said Tuesday.

nag shoplift daw siya ng CD. taninangyan. sana man lang DVD para sulit ang pagka deport sa kanya.

Tuesday, November 23, 2004


The Police on "Schadenfreude"

Revolver: "Message In A Bottle" is one of the band's most intense tracks. What made it work so well?

Andy Summers: I've always said it was Stewart's finest drum track, plus great guitar riffs, lyrics, the song - it was one track where everything came together. We had also just learned the trick of playing a song two or three times in a row to let the energy build, then we'd come straight in for another take with the tape still rolling.

Stewart Copeland: It was also a great way of getting the tempo up to where I like - which is really fast.

Sting: That's what he thought. We were actually trying to tire Stewart out so we could slow it down a bit.

Revolver: Lyrically, wasn't it a big step out of simple alienation when the narrator realises he's not 'alone in being alone' in the third verse?

Sting: I was always sort of proud of that, yeah. As a narrative, it had a beginning, middle and an end. The story actually developed. It wasn't just 'I'm lonely, isn't it terrible!' - which is what a lot of my other songs were about. If I'm lonely, but I realise everybody else is too. I feel better. I think the Germans call that Schadenfreude - enjoying the misery of others.

Stewart Copeland: My favourite thing about Message In A Bottle, apart from all the money we made off it, was hearing cover bands trying to play my drum parts. I'd overdubbed about six different parts, and to watch some band in a Holiday Inn struggling to play all those overdubs still gives me great joy. Now that is really Schadenfreude.

Monday, November 22, 2004

The greatest song of all time

LOS ANGELES, California (Reuters) -- "Like a Rolling Stone," Bob Dylan's scornful, ironic ode to a spoiled woman's reversal of fortune, was named the greatest rock 'n' roll song of all time on Wednesday by Rolling Stone magazine.

The six-minute opening track from his landmark 1965 album "Highway 61 Revisited" broke the barrier of the three-minute hit single and established Dylan as a mainstream pop artist, marking his transformation from folk troubadour to rock sensation.

"No other pop song has so thoroughly challenged and transformed the commercial laws and artistic conventions of its time, for all time," wrote Rolling Stone senior editor David Fricke in an article accompanying the magazine's list of the top 500 rock songs of all time.

The Kingdom of Bhutan leads the way to a SMOKE FREE WORLD

The remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan has decided to ban all tobacco products from Wednesday, a government notification says.

Outrage over the JFK slay video game

A British firm seeking to capitalize on the anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's murder today is issuing "JFK Reloaded", a purportedly educational "docu-game" that lets players fire the fatal shots from the Texas Book Depository over and over again.

Presidential historian G. Calvin MacKenzie of Colby College said, "Aside from being in incredibly bad taste, the idea of marketing it as an educational tool seems to stretch the notion of education beyond belief."

Saturday, November 20, 2004

Imitation of life (R.E.M)

That's sugarcane that tasted good
That's who you are, that's what you could
C'mon c'mon no one can see you cry.

Friday, November 19, 2004

The Official Black Eyed Peas Website

Thursday, November 18, 2004


1. Bob Dylan - Like a Rolling Stone
2. Rolling Stones - Satisfaction
3. John Lennon - Imagine
4. Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
5. Aretha Franklin - Respect "

Born To Be Wild

I like smoke and lightning
Heavy metal thunder
Racin' with the wind
And the feelin' that I'm under

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

The RS 500 Greatest Albums of All Time

1. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles

2. Pet Sounds, The Beach Boys

3. Revolver, The Beatles

4. Highway 61 Revisited, Bob Dylan

5. Rubber Soul, The Beatles

6. What's Going On, Marvin Gaye

7. Exile on Main Street, The Rolling Stones

8. London Calling, The Clash

9. Blonde on Blonde, Bob Dylan

10. The Beatles ("The White Album"), The Beatles

Monday, November 15, 2004

Still the Salt of the Earth

ASIN's songs are like an old pair of boots: They're a little scuffed at the toes, a little worn down at the heels, a little cracked and creased from the mileage. But once you put them on, you remember all the places they've taken you, and you're ready to resume the journey.

Sunday, November 14, 2004

Libido linked to love of chocolate

According to Italian researchers, women who eat chocolate regularly had the highest levels of desire, arousal and satisfaction from sex. But for men, the findings of a British study were not so good.

Friday, November 12, 2004

Mga lyrics at chords ng mga piling kanta ng ASIN

Ananova - Sex on stage couple in court

The "F*** for Forest" organisation is dedicated to having sex in public to save the environment.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

"clouds in my coffee"

Carly Simon Official Website - Ask Carly:

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What's the story behind R.E.M.'s song "What's the Frequency, Kenneth"?

"I'm a dweller on the threshold"

Monday, November 08, 2004

Georgia evolution debate goes to trial

mga bobong backward thinking people 10 Soleful Questions for Sarah Jessica Parker -- Feb. 05, 2003

Saturday, November 06, 2004

Toys for the Big Boys

gusto ko nito!

Friday, November 05, 2004

Weltanschauung - WHAT A GREAT WORD

Thursday, November 04, 2004

Top 50 Popular Lines from the Movies