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Angat Buhay Hope Cards, Bili Na!

Ipadama ang pakikiisa, #IpasaAngPagasa gamit ang ating ✨ Angat Buhay Hope Cards ✨ We have partnered with Robert Alejandro to create hope cards that you can share to family and friends, perfect for all seasons!  For every purchase, Iskaparate will donate 100% of its sales to Angat Buhay for our partner communities and advocacies.  Sulit na sulit ang bawat set na mayroong 12 hope cards at 4 na design, sa halagang 899Php! Available na ito sa: 🛒 Iskaparate ( 🛒 Museo ng Pag-asa Gift Shop  Magkakaroon din tayo ng single hope cards sa halagang 80Php, abangan lang ang ibang detalye sa ating page.  I-add to cart na, at i-share mo na rin sa mga kakilala! 😊

Drizzle fails to dampen Panagbenga parade

↑ Grab this Headline Animator Drizzle fails to dampen Panagbenga parade By ARTEMIO DUMLAO The Philippine Star BAGUIO CITY – An early morning drizzle that persisted until noon failed to dampen the festive parade of flower-decorated floats of this city’s 13th Panagbenga or Flower Festival Sunday. The Panagbenga – from the Kankanaey word that means "a time to bloom" – has been drawing hordes of tourists from all over the country because of its unique parade showcasing the flowers grown here and in nearby Benguet province. "No other else in the Philippines," beamed Mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr. Despite the drizzle, hundreds of thousands of spectators, with their rain gear, lined up the streets as early as 7 a.m. Many wore sweaters and jackets as the temperature dropped to 16 degrees Celsius. The float parade and the street-dancing competition on Saturday reportedly drew half a million spectators. Despite the drizzle, the "show must go on," said Panagbenga media

USTv Awards draw network stars, VIP’s KAPAMILYA WINS MOST AWARDS

↑ Grab this Headline Animator Toughened-up USTv Awards draw network stars, VIP’s BY STERNLY overhauling the criteria to better emphasize significant content and Catholic values, the third UST Student’s Choice Awards for Television (USTv) took one step forward into taming the youth’s foremost influence—television. “On (our) third year, we are moving toward the right track (for) more refined criteria,” UST secretary general Fr. Isidro Abaño, OP said during the colorful USTv awards ceremonies last Feb. 20 at the Medicine Auditorium. “USTv has been acknowledged by the media for the past years and has instilled in them the values of our University.” Unlike the past two years when GMA-7 received the Television Station of the Year Award for garnering most of the awards over other networks, Studio 23 was given this year’s top award which had been recast into the Television Station with the Most Youth-Responsible Programming. The criterion for the top award read: “The top award is Television wi

SC Favors Airing of ‘Hello, Garci’

T he Supreme Court today voted 9-6 in favor of airing the controversial “Hello, Garci” tape from the 2004 presidential election period which the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) and the Secretary of Justice had warned radio stations and television networks against playing. In finding merit in the petition filed by former Solicitor General Francisco Chavez against the NTC and Justice Secretary Raul Gonzalez, the tribunal sustained the constitutionally enshrined freedom of speech and information over government attempts to undermine it. ↑ Grab this Headline Animator Those who voted to sustain Chavez's petition are Chief Justice Reynato Puno, Justices Leonardo Quisumbing, Antonio Carpio, Consuelo Ynares-Santiago, Angelina Gutierrez, Alicia Austria-Martinez, Conchita Carpio-Morales, Adolfo Azcuña, and Ruben Reyes. The magistrates who voted in favor of NTC are Justices Eduardo Nachura, Dante Tinga, Renato Corona, Minita Chico-Nazario, Presbiterio Velasco, and Teresita Leona

Fuel Freedom International now hits the Philippines

↑ Grab this Headline Animator Our Mission : To dramatically change and improve the lives of people around the world by providing individuals with an opportunity for personal and financial growth as we help improve the quality of our environment and make the world a better place for future generations to live. Global environmental challenges facing industry and government today are overwhelming. It is becoming increasingly evident that there must be a worldwide collaborative effort to restore the balance of nature to ensure a healthy environment for all living things. At FFi, our commitment to preserving the purity and beauty of the planet is a major priority. Recently, FFi has embarked upon an ecological campaign to improve the quality of our environment. FFi is proud of its role in reducing the danger of hazardous fuel emissions by promoting the widespread use of MPG-CAPS™. In an effort to pursue this course, we have also introduced a whole new line of ecologically based products. Yet


↑ Grab this Headline Animator I want to announce that this coming FEBRUARY 18, 2008 will be my 22nd birthday! It's my day and the day of 2 NEW GREAT SHOWS airing on the number 1 PHILIPPINE TV STATION in the country.  Watch out for "MatangLawin" and "Marrying a Millionaire" which will be aired on February 18,2008! Anyway, back to my birthday... I am accepting GIFTS right now! Should you want to send gifts for me, the details are below: CASH GIFTS: send it to SMARTMONEY:Jonathan M. Jacob 5577513987742107 GCASH: Jonathan M. Jacob 28829152191751 PAYPAL: CLICK HERE LOAD GIFTS send to 09224140296 ↑ Grab this Headline Animator

Worst No. 1 Album Ever?

↑ Grab this Headline Animator Alicia Keys' As I Am registered the second worst sales tally for a #1 album since SoundScan began monitoring album sales in 1991. Keys' album sold 60,519 copies last week, just 455 more copies than the all-time bottom-dweller, the Dreamgirls soundtrack, which sold 60,064 copies in its second week on top one year ago. Keys' album has sold 2,786,000 copies in just 10 weeks, a tremendous total by any measure. So it's a little unfair that her name will be dragged through the mud as this news is disseminated. But that's show biz. ↑ Grab this Headline Animator

The cheaper Pringles tastes like UGH! Yuck!

↑ Grab this Headline Animator Have you seen the new Pringles in the supermarket? It's cheaper and the can is smaller because it contains less chips, 120g to be exact compared to the old Pringles which is 163g. This new Pringles is being produced and packed in a factory in Johor, Malaysia and it tastes like sh*t compared to the Pringles made in the USA. It has lost its taste. I like the American-made Pringles, because it's thin and crunchy. The Malaysian version is thicker and mealy and it tastes like flour (like the Mr. Potato brand). I had 3 chips and I didn't touch the damn thing again. Apparently, Procter & Gamble officially entered the Malaysia market via the acquisition of Richardson Vicks. So expect cheaper but low-quality Olay, Rejoice, Pantene, Head & Shoulders, even Downy and Pampers products in the market soon. Supermarkets are currently replacing their stocks of American Pringles with the yucky Malaysian ones. I suggest you don't buy them. They'r