Happy 2010!

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Another year has passed. Indeed, time flies so fast. Many things happened in just a single year and we barely noticed that the year is coming to an end. There are only few hours left before the new year so I want to greet everyone a


May we forget those pain, hurt, sadness and all the bad things that happened in 2009. Let's start the year with great joy and fulfillment as we begin another journey of life. Have a safe new year celebration. Refrain from using firecrackers or you'll end up losing your fingers. hahaha :))

Merry Christmas!

Posted by klomster | 10:04 AM | | 2 comments »

Feliz Natal
Milad Majid
Joyeux Noel
Sretan Bozic
Feliz Navidad
Hristos se rodi
Shinnen Omedeto
Sawadee pee mai
Selamat Hari Natal
Sung Tan Chuk Ha
Kala Christouyenna
Buone Feste Natalizie
Chuc Mung Giang Sinh
Froehliche Weihnachten
Baradin Ki shubh kamnaaye
Natale hilare et Annum Faustum
Kung His Hsin Nien bing Chu Shen Tan
Maligayang Pasko sa inyong lahat
Merry Christmas to everyone!

Christmas Partaaaaays! :))

Posted by klomster | 5:23 PM | , | 2 comments »

"I gotta feeling... that tonight's gonna be a good night."

This Black Eyed Peas song is applicable for almost every night before my Christmas break. Indeed, the Holiday season is not complete without Christmas parties.

Dec. 13 @ the Medicine Auditorium

All scholars are required to attend this annual event. The theme for this year's Christmas party/ General assembly is Paskolar: Scholars on the Move. We were asked to bring school supplies that we can donate for the children as a part of the Community Development activities.
During the program, we imitated ABS-CBN's Christmas station ID "Star ng Pasko". We held our cellphones up high while singing the song. The program is lively and fun because of the entertaining hosts and the games. It was unfortunate that I was not able to finish the program because I had to leave early.

Paskuhan Mass
Dec. 15 @ the Plaza Mayor

Before the mass, we went to Dapitan street to fetch some of our friends who are playing billiards. :)

The Paskuhan Mass is the first day of the 4-day celebration of the countdown to 2011. The mass started late and we were so hungry that after the mass  we rushed to our classmates who are holding our food stubs. It is by tradition that there is free food for the students during the Paskuhan. We went to the Shakey's booth because we were expecting some mojos but we were disappointed because the box contains only chicken and garlic bread. Anyway, we had so much fun because we had the chance to get together and forget schoolworks just for one moment.

Section 2-20 Christmas Party
Dec. 16 @ room 311 Eng'g. building

Christmas Wish List part 3

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My first two wishes for Christmas are somehow "unreachable". So now let's go to the affordable ones.

Since the death of Francis M. and Pres. Cory Aquino, the country has been showing Filipino pride through clothing and fashion. Probably because these two people have shown passionate love for the country and inspired others to be patriotic as well.

Here are some that I really like:

Team Manila jackets and shirts:

Carol Fest

Posted by klomster | 11:26 PM | , | 1 comments »

Congratulations to my friends from the Engineering Sciences Dept. for winning this year's Carol Fest!

What a good way to start the holiday season! :D :D :D

Watch the winning piece and join them in singing:

(Dapat kasali ako dito eh, pero buti nalang di na ko tumuloy kasi baka matalo pa pag andun ako. lol.)

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Christmas Wish List part 2

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Hello! I'm back! It's been 2 weeks since my last post. I was too lazy to post a new entry or even check my blog because of the start of classes. I'm in the afternoon class now and I also have an evening class. It really caused a major shift on my lifestyle and my mood as well.

I decided to continue my wish list because it's just a month away before Christmas and I still have no funds to buy a present for myself. I hope this would reach the North Pole. ;p

I love music, just like everyone. I play some instruments, but I'm not good at all. Both of my parents are music majors, so it's a shame if I can't even play do-re-mi. I listen to my favorite music through my computer, my cellphone or my iPod shuffle. My purple iPod shuffle was given to me as a graduation gift. Now I want a new gift, the new iPod Nano with video!

purple ipod nano with video

L4D 2

Posted by klomster | 8:10 PM | , | 1 comments »

Good news to all zombie killers out there!
Left 4 dead 2 will be out in the market on November 17. :)

Hardwork Pays Off

Posted by klomster | 8:05 PM | , | 7 comments »

At last! After 3 days of server maintenance, I already accessed my grades on the UST website.

My friends and I were really aiming for high marks this semester so we can be on the Dean's list. We had a great start, we even got perfect scores on some quizzes. But our final exams were more difficult than expected. Somehow we felt giving up on our 'DL dreams' but we gave it our best shot and we knew that God will do the rest.

After the very long and exhausting semester, all I can say is that those sleepless nights are worth it.

I only have less than two months to buy myself a gift this Christmas. I have a long list, that's why I have "money-making schemes" to help me buy these stuffs. At this point, I still need to work harder and spend lesser because I can't rely on Santa anymore. I remember those times when I wake up to see gifts on my bed or under the christmas tree. One time I received a Batman action figure. That was really on my wish list because I want action figures to pair up with my Barbie's, haha. Now that I already know who Santa really is, I do not receive gifts anymore, how sad. :(

Anyway, first thing on my list is a new cellphone. Years ago I can enumerate all phone models of Nokia, even its features and price on the market. Now, because of the rapid advancement in technology, I don't even know my mom's phone model. I have a Nokia N73 Music. I bought it 2 years ago and I told myself that I will never buy again until I graduate in College. But everything has changed, because my phone's not that good anymore. It is full of scratches and though it's still working, there are times that I encounter some problems regarding the phone memory.

Rehistrado ka na ba?

Posted by klomster | 4:21 PM | , , , | 4 comments »

Alam niyo bang 196 days nalang bago ang 2010 Presidential Elections?

Ngayon palang abalang abala na ang mga "Politico Corrupto" (galing yan sa Mafia Wars. XD) sa paghahanda para sa darating na eleksyon. Siyempre, dapat hindi lang sila ang maging abala, dapat tayo rin. Kaya ko nga ginawa ang post na ito para ipaalala sa inyo na sa Oct. 31 na ang last day of registration! Habol pa yung mga di pa nakaparehistro! (for more info click here)

Final Exams: OVER!!

Posted by klomster | 7:29 PM | , , | 5 comments »

Another semester has officially ended. We took Filipino and Philosophy exams yesterday. As expected, the last day is not that frustrating compared to the first two days, in which we took up Calculus and Physics.

Calculus has never been fun. It was perhaps the most difficult subject to understand. Good thing Youtube is there for some tutorials. :) Physics, on the other hand, is a bit easier that Calculus. Mostly likely because we have a very good Professor and we have taken it in Highscool so it's not new to us.

I am so happy that the exams are finally over. No more sleepless nights... for now, because everything will be back to normal after 3 weeks. I also feel sad at the thought of having low grades. :( Well, there's nothing I can do now. I think I've done my best so no regrets! I just hope that me and my friends would pass everything so we can be together again next semester.

Songs of Patriotism

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Many people have suffered the aftermath of the typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng. Lives were lost, families were left homeless and properties were damaged. Few weeks have passed but some of them are still unable to recover from the damage done by the disaster.

The calamity has brought out the Bayanihan among the nation. The Filipinos, young and old, whether rich or poor, have not failed to show sympathy and response to those victims who call for help.

Rico Blanco, former vocalist of the band Rivermaya gave his sincere contribution by composing this song, entitled "Bangon". He hopes that this song would help raise more funds and donations for the victims. The song and the video show how Filipinos struggled and how we became united as one nation.

No to Charter Change

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Several attempts to introduce Charter change have been undertaken in the past. At present, the debate on Cha-cha was revived again. The present administration is proposing to revise the 1987 Constitution to make way for the Federal- Parliamentary system. All their efforts however were faced with protests by Corporates, Church leaders and individuals due to suspicions on their motives. The President is questioned on her interests on having term-extension because there is a possibility for her to be the Prime Minister if ever Charter change is approved. Though President Arroyo’s allies continue to defend her, legislators must not pursue Cha-cha because it does not guarantee economic development and it is just a waste of time.

Why Engineering?

Posted by klomster | 6:36 PM | , , | 5 comments »

When I was young, I dreamt of being a scientist, an archaeologist to be specific. Eventhough I do not know how to spell it that time, I still want to be one because I am fascinated with dinosaurs and I want to dig up their fossils. When I entered gradeschool, I thought of being a newscaster, a flight attendant and an astronaut. But no matter how difficult it may be to decide for my career, I know there will be only one destined for me. And so I quote, "Sa hinaba-haba man ng desisyon, sa Engineering din ang tuloy." :)

E-book on PSP

Posted by klomster | 9:00 PM | , | 5 comments »

I am more of a reader than a writer. I like novels, particularly sci-fi, mystery and suspense. The first book I finished reading (besides my ABC book) is Harry Potter. I love the Harry Potter series. My favorite is the 6th book, the Half-blood Prince. I've watched the movie of course, and it's very disappointing because I was expecting more. I hope they would give all their best in the last movie.

Some of the best books I've read so far include "Cradle & All" by James Patterson, "The Door to December" by Dean Koontz and Dan Brown's "Angels and Demons".

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
I went to National Bookstore last weekend and as I entered, I was welcomed by the latest work of Dan Brown, "The Lost Symbol". I was excited to read his new book because I've read all his novels except for "Deception Point". I like how Dan Brown's mind works. His ideas and imagination are incredible enough to shock me at the end of every novel.

i h8 chain msgs

Posted by klomster | 8:43 PM | | 6 comments »

Have you ever won the lottery? Me, I've won a couple of times already. About a hundred million pesos in total, but I've never touched the money.

I'm talking about this scam text message saying, "CONGRATULATIONS! You've won P12,345,678.90!! Your cellphone number was randomly chosen in our monthly drawing. To claim the prize, call me immediately. I'm ATTY. Pekeng Abugado, President of SuperRich Company. Per DTI-NCR Permit No. 54321." I get so irritated whenever I receive messages like this. Once I replied, "Sayo nalang yung prize ko because I am richer than you." He didn't reply. After a few weeks, he sent the same message, but using a different number.

The negative effect brought by unlimited texting. *sigh*

Another kind of text messages I usually receive are those chain messages. Here are some I remember:

Hello October

Posted by klomster | 4:15 PM | , , , | 3 comments »

Here comes tropical storm "Pepeng".
Here comes Christmas!

Manong Pepeng
The country is still in the process of recovering from "Ondoy" but the headlines deliver another sad news, another typhoon named "Pepeng". Seeing the aftermath of Ondoy alarmed me and made me realize that we have to do something to prevent this from happening again. According to the weather forecast, Pepeng may not give heavy rains as much as Ondoy but it will bring strong winds that could cause another damage to Luzon.


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For the past few days, I've been following this brilliantly-designed site. It's called Facebuko. Obviously, it's a Facebook-inspired website, or should I say, a Facebook spoof. Unlike Facebook, Facebuko is not a social networking site but a blog. It presents phenomenal topics like show business, social and political issues shown in a creative and humorous way.

Here are some of my favorite wall posts from Facebuko: (click picture to enlarge)

Facebook facebuko
Facebook facebuko

The Day After Tomorrow

Posted by klomster | 11:33 PM | , | 0 comments »

Typhoon flood Philippines
Typhoon flood Philippines
Typhoon flood PhilippinesThese are some of the pictures showing what "Ondoy" did to Metro Manila. (photos taken from gmanews.tv and inquirer.net)

Typhoon 'Ondoy'

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September 26, 2009, 10:00 am- Classes were suspended in UST due to "Unending Grace".

The University of Santo Tomas is known to be the oldest University in Asia. Founded 1611, it will celebrate its quadricentennial year on 2011. Besides its 400 years of excellence in different academic fields such as Medicine and Engineering, UST has been popular for being an instant swimming pool during rainy days. The nonstop heavy downpour of rain caused by the typhoon "Ondoy" made the whole Metro Manila submerge in flood.

I was about to get my uniform when I received a text message saying the classes are suspended. Though I live only a few blocks from UST, I decided not to take the risk of getting wet just to confirm if we really have classes or not. It was about 10 in the morning when classes were officially suspended. Flood was already surrounding UST that time yet some of my classmates were still inside.

My Hideaway

Posted by klomster | 7:00 PM | , , | 2 comments »

Hi there. Just want to share with you my essay that I mentioned on my first post. :]]]

The Perfect Haven

In a life full of worries and stress, the perfect hideaway is a place where nature is very visible, a place far away from the busy city lights. I have always dreamt of a haven where I can relax and do whatever I want. Eventually, I have found the perfect place I've been looking for.

On an island where nobody is there, I can see the trees dancing and the butterflies are flying around me. The only thing I hear is the air and the smooth flow of the ocean near me. I can feel the warmth of the air embraced me as I sat down the grass, under that big old tree. I got my mom's Bible inside my bag. I opened it and found a verse that made me reflect and think things over. God reminded me not to worry, for He is always beside me. And I felt so relieved because I can feel God's embrace. Then I lay down and saw the clouds and the blue sky above me. The grass is tickling my whole body, tempting me to sleep. Suddenly, I felt light and so relaxed, a wonderful feeling that I'm longing these past few days.

Later, I opened my eyes and saw my bedroom's ceiling. I am back in the real world. I have dreamt of the perfect haven and how I wish I could go back there.


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First blog post :]]]

Posted by klomster | 10:30 PM | , , | 0 comments »

Wow, my first ever 'serious' blog entry. Congratulate me. :))

I never imagined myself getting hooked into blogging. I was never a good writer, simply because I am not confident with my english skills and I lack artistry for writing. Oh, and by the way, I was a news writer in High School. News, not literary nor creative writing.

Okay, so much for the excuses. Actually I have a Multiply site, and I have a few blog posts, about five I think. Most of them are just for the sake of posting something on my blank page. To cut the long story short, I really have no interest for this! :c

But that was before. Now, I am convincing myself that I have a hidden talent. I realized that I have to enhance and practice my writing skills when my present English Professor gave me a 'star' (a perfect score) on my first descriptive essay. Cool, someone appreciated my work! :) She is also the inspiration behind my blog title. I got the idea when she told me, "It's your time to shine." So I would like to thank my prof. for that shining star she gave me. I hope she can read this and I hope she would give me a good final grade. hahaha ;p

So that's it for my first post. I hope you would find time to read my future entries. And please don't expect too much from a first-time blogger. I myself do not expect a lot from this hidden talent. :)

Thanks for reading! Goodnight and God bless.