Saturday, September 30, 2006


Typhoon death toll soars

‘Milenyo’ exits; massive relief, cleanup launched

By Marlon Ramos, Christine Avendaño
Last updated 03:10am (Mla time) 09/30/2006

Published on page A1 of the September 30, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

EMERGENCY workers mounted massive relief and cleanup operations as the death toll from Typhoon “Milenyo” (international name: Xangsane) soared yesterday following reports of landslides in Laguna and the collapse of a dam in Cavite.

As the deadliest typhoon to directly hit Metro Manila in over a decade roared out toward Vietnam, disaster officials told President Macapagal-Arroyo that the damage wrought on crops, infrastructure and property was now running into hundreds of millions of pesos and still counting.

Ms Arroyo told the nation that the government would “spare no effort to get the people and communities back to their feet.”

She said that while caring for the victims was the first priority, she had ordered all agencies to monitor the prices of basic commodities and forestall profiteering, quickly restore power in many areas in Luzon and rapidly clear debris and hazards.

The death toll stood at 72 based on reports from local officials gathered by Inquirer reporters in the affected provinces, including those in the Visayas.

Among those killed were five people in Gen. Trias, Cavite, who drowned after they went out to check on the rising water level in Butas Dam—only to end up being swept away after the dam burst and swamped them, Mayor Jonjon Ferrer said.

Thirty others were missing in the incident.

At least 11 people were killed in two landslides caused by the onslaught of the typhoon in two towns in Laguna.

Worst hit was the scenic town of Los Baños, where nine people from an upland village were buried alive under a pile of boulders and mud from Mt. Makiling.

Supt. Steve Ludan, chief of the 406th Laguna police mobile group, said the victims were inside several houses in Barangay Bagong Silang when mountain rocks and mud came cascading at around 10:30 a.m.

The victims included children aged 2 and 7.

Two other people were killed in another landslide caused by heavy rains in Calauan town, also in Laguna.

Slim chance

Eight others were still missing in the two landslide incidents, police said.

“If you can only see what happened here, you’ll realize that it’s just impossible for anyone to survive this incident. But we’re hoping for the best,” Ludan told the Inquirer.

Tallies gathered by Inquirer reporters had 20 people dead in Quezon, 15 in the Bicol region, 13 in Cavite, 11 in Laguna, five in Eastern Visayas, four in Metro Manila, two in Batangas and two in Bulacan.

Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita said Malacañang was not yet ready to declare Metro Manila and the other affected areas under a state of calamity until it got a clearer picture of the situation.

At a special Cabinet meeting she called to assess the situation, Ms Arroyo said:

“The welfare of the people comes first and our paramount objective is to save lives and homes, and make sure enough food, medicine and relief supplies are available.”

Tropical depression sighted

Defense Secretary Avelino Cruz, chair of the National Disaster Coordinating Council, said that another tropical depression had been spotted and was about “three or four days away from the Philippines.”

Weather bureau officials said the tropical depression, called Neneng, was about 2,000 km east of the Visayas and expected to enter the Philippine area of responsibility on Sunday.

“If it doesn’t change direction, it might also hit landfall somewhere in Luzon,” Cruz said.

Budget Secretary Rolando Andaya said his department was prepared to allocate P240 million in calamity funds to help ease the impact of Milenyo.

The typhoon affected 60,820 persons or 12,345 families.

Damage in Metro Manila

Total houses damaged stood at 235. There were also 1,026 houses partially damaged.

Civil defense Executive Director Anthony Golez said that for Region 8, the total damage to infrastructure, crops and fisheries already amounted to P133 million.

In Metro Manila, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority Chair Bayani Fernando said that the typhoon had damaged P100 million in landscaping and P30 million in traffic equipment.

Fernando said that it would take a week to clear the roads. In Metro Manila, 12 billboards were felled by the storm, he said.

So far, total damage to infrastructure in affected areas amounted to more than P100 million, according to Public Works and Highways Secretary Hermogenes Ebdane.

No trains running

Agriculture Secretary Domingo Panganiban said that his officials were still validating whether the palay crops could still be recovered in all the regions that had been affected.

“But we have a lot of losses of seaweeds and fish pens which are valued at approximately P125 million,” Panganiban said.

Transportation Secretary Leandro Mendoza said that the MRT, LRT, PNR trains were still non-operational but “as soon as there is restoration of electricity,” they should resume running.

The Department of Trade and Industry is tightly monitoring all markets in affected regions, according to Trade Secretary Peter Favila.

Mayor Ferrer said their search and rescue teams were looking for the other victims of the dam collapse in Gen. Trias.

“We are expecting the death toll to rise,” Ferrer said.

Dam suddenly broke

He said the victims were residents of Sunnybrooke Subdivision in Barangay San Francisco who had gone to check the water level at Butas Dam.

Ferrer said they were apparently trying to check if it was necessary for them to leave their homes and move to higher ground.

“Witnesses said part of the dam suddenly gave way as the dam was already swollen with water. The victims were then swept away by the water,” he said.

Ferrer said the age-old dam had been used primarily for irrigation and was built during the Spanish colonial period.

Cavite Gov. Erineo “Ayong” Maliksi has put the entire province under a state of calamity.

Maliksi said the typhoon ravaged mostly fruit trees and high-value crops like banana and coffee.

Back to normal

Domestic and international flights returned to normal yesterday but the Ninoy Aquino International Airport was jampacked with passengers.

“It is terrible!” one airport official told the Inquirer while inspecting the Naia 1 terminal.

Flights that arrived yesterday one after the other were nearly double the usual incoming flights that the Naia 1 accommodates on regular days.

A check made by the Inquirer showed that as of 3 p.m., there were some 25 flights mostly coming from Asia and the Middle East scheduled to arrive at the Naia 1 until midnight.

Missing yachtsmen

The typhoon left at least eight people missing after their yachts, including one that was supposed to serve as a floating restaurant, were battered by big waves on Manila Bay.

One of the missing was a crew member of the MY Limahong, which was dragged from the south entrance of the Manila Yacht Club in Manila at the height of Milenyo and sank near the Baclaran breakwater in Parañaque.

Five of its crew members were rescued by passing tankers.

Also reported missing was one crew member of the MY Tristar.

Nikko Dizon and Leila B. Salaverria and Delfin Mallari, Ephraim Aguilar, Joanna Los Baños, Nina Calleja, Inquirer Southern Luzon, and Vicente S. Labro and Joey Gabieta, Inquirer Visayas

Copyright 2006 Inquirer. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

3rd day of Philippine Open Source Conference will be moved to Tuesday, October 3, 2006 at Palawan Ballroom, EDSA Shangrila Hotel. Registration starts at 8am and conference starts at 9am. There will be no change in schedule of the sessions. Thank you so much and see you next week!

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

The Information Puzzle

GA ng openminds sa PHILOSC..panalo!


The Information Puzzle

Some observers are perplexed, and others infuriated, by what they think is IBM's contradictory stand on innovation. So let me explain.

By Sam Palmisano


Updated: 11:32 a.m. ET Dec. 2, 2005

Issues 2006 - In IBM's conversations with decision makers—from CEOs to university presidents to prime ministers and community leaders—we are hearing one question over and over: "How can I stimulate growth and economic development while also cutting costs?" Increasingly, the answer is one word: innovation. I agree entirely. The problem is that the nature of innovation is changing in important ways, driven by an increasingly open, networked and global economy. Knowing how to capture innovation's benefits requires rethinking old assumptions about creation and ownership.

IBM has a unique perspective on this topic. We have earned the most U.S. patents in each of the past 12 years by a very wide margin, yet we're also the leading business investor and innovator in the open movement. Some observers have been perplexed—and some partisans infuriated—by what looks to them like a contradictory position. But it's contradictory only if you miss the underlying patterns shaping innovation. The key for business leaders and policymakers alike is not to adopt a black or white position, but to work toward a balanced approach.

Let me try to simplify the issues with two key distinctions: between open source and open standards, and between intellectual property and intellectual capital. Open source is a method of tapping a community of experts to develop useful things. It began in software, but applies broadly, and is anything but anti-capitalist. It can raise quality at reduced costs, and vastly expands opportunities for profit. In a sense, open source fuels innovation much the way science fuels technology. Science is created by communities of experts, whose fundamental discoveries are typically made available to all, including individuals and companies that are able to capitalize on the new knowledge in novel ways. For IBM, the open-source model is familiar territory, given our long track record in the sciences.

Open standards, in contrast, are not a meth-odology, but an underlying condition for economic or social progress because they make possible the free flow of capital, information and ideas. A currency system is an open standard. A highway system is an open standard. The Bill of Rights is an open standard of sorts. The Internet's founding protocols—http, html, etc.—are important open standards. IBM has embracedopen standards over the past decade, and we're working in myriad ways to foster their adoption.

Now, to intellectual property vs. intellectual capital. I recently made a presentation on innovation at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Afterward, a discussion broke out. The top issue for these future technology leaders was how intellectual-property policy is impacting innovation in global economies. A couple of years ago, this was arcane stuff. Not anymore.

NEWSWEEK has described as "seismic" IBM's 2005 donation of more than 500 software patents for use by the open community. That was a strategic commitment, one we recently extended by pledging open access to thousands of IBM patents to designated health-care and education industry-standards organizations. Why do this? Some leaders in business, academia and government find it counterintuitive.

Let me explain. More and more of the innovation that truly matters today functions not only as intellectual property (the brilliant work of individuals), but as intellectual capital (a deep well of knowledge created collaboratively). As with open standards, this is about enlarging the pie and fostering innovation on top of what is available to all. And it's not about gizmos, but about new enterprise models—such as "networkless" telecoms, online auctions or real-time retail systems. Our intellectual-property laws, based on an earlier paradigm, will have to catch up.

In the end, the new, emerging model of collaborative innovation—balancing different aspects of openness and different kinds of ownership, and drawing on the historic and deeply productive relationship between science and technology—has the simplicity and clarity that we always find in big, game-changing shifts. Yes, it certainly is challenging many old assumptions. But that puts it, as a paradigm for future growth and progress, in pretty good company.

Palmisano is chairman and CEO of IBM.

Monday, September 25, 2006


very busy para sa pagreready ng server na gagamitin bukas sa PHILOSC.


also, galing din ako sa mga presentation isang government agency na medyo naglecture ng konti about value ng opensource.

The Myths of Open Source

Installing my KDE on my CENTOS

Add the following to your /etc/yum.conf:

[kde-redhat-stable] (kde-stable)

[kde-redhat-stable-all] (kde-stable-all)

To install, a simple

yum install kde qt arts kdelibs kdebase gtk+ gtk2 redhat-artwork
yum update

Sunday, September 24, 2006

NITIX Deployment

Medyo naging busy sa isang CLIENT sa laguna sa isang NITIX Deployment.. (Last friday)

Saturday and Sunday...panhinga lang after ng isang magandang business (partnership) meeting nung saturday morning sa isang telco.

Nitix™ is a Linux-based server operating system that provides networking, collaboration, file and storage, security and application services in an easy to deploy and manage environment.

for live demo visit this site

Thursday, September 21, 2006


naubos yung araw ko sa mga presentation sa client...
  • SBPA
Good news pa pag dating ko sa office may DSL na lintek and speed.
download rate ko is nag aaverage ng 150KB/s to 180KB/s.

I'm downloading my OpenSuse using my torrent (5 CD's) papalit ako ng OS from CENT to SuSe muna ako...

lastly, it was a nice chat to an old friend kinchin nonog (classmate din nung high school).

patulong din ako kay benjie para sa cross cable ko para sa deployment bukas sa laguna. (Thanks Benjie)

Nakakalungkot: Yung friend naming gitarista na si Boyet nabura yung Drive G ng harddisk nya.
dami nyang mga files dun paki mga compositions nya.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

hintay sa DSL namin

wala pa din kaming DSL...
di ko tuloy makausap si amor...yung friend/classmate at kakopyahan nung high school =) na nasa ibang bayan na (pero di pa kinukuha ni lord...hehehe///peace amor! =) joke lang)

nagkakausap lang kami dahil sa mga off-line messages. ALIW!

tapos si darius at jenny naman..ayun nag conchat kami at nagkamustahan tapos nag sharing tungkol sa mga buhay buhay at mga tula.

also, busy ako ngayon sa mga pag gawa ng mga proposal para sa mga client at the same time thinking of a new or i enhance pa yung business model para sa progresibong kumpanya na tulad namin.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

One Internet Day 2006 Manila

September 19: One Internet Day 2006 Manila

Time: 1:10 pm to 7:00 pm

Venue: Bistro Cinco 5/F AIM ACCEED Benavides St. corner Paseo De Roxas, Makati City

12:00 - 1:10 Registration
1:10 - 1:15 Welcome (Janette Toral,
1:15 - 1:30 Keynote: E-Commerce for National Competitiveness (Department of Trade and Industry )
1:30 - 2:00 E-Commerce Policy Updates and Developments ( Department of Trade and Industry)
2:00 - 2:30 Building Buzz with Blogs (Maoi Arroyo, Hybridigm Consulting )
2:30 - 3:30 Panel: State of E-Payment in the Philippines (, YesPayments, Innove)
3:30 - 4:30 Panel: New E-Commerce Opportunities ( IPVG, InfoWeapons, ePLDT)
4:30 - 5:30 Panel: Making E-Commerce Work (2 - Entrepreneurs, 2 - IT Managers)
5:30 - 7:00 Networking and Raffle


Meeting for GLOBE projects.

Tapos eto yung bagong contact info namin.

A: Unit 218 AIC-Burgundy Empire Tower
Cors. ADB Ave, Garnet and Sapphire Rds.
Ortigas Center, Pasig
T: 632.706.0501
F: 632.706.0502





Monday, September 18, 2006



export PATH

What is the HOSTNAME= value set to in /opt/scalix/global/config? If it is just the host name try changing it to the fqdn. Restart tomcat.
less /opt/scalix/global/config

Hi. One other thing, the reason mail is piling up in /var/spool/mqueue (I'm assuming you meant mqueue rather than mail) is because you don't have your domain/server in the /etc/mail/local-host-names file. Update that file, then restart sendmail and those messages will bounce.

vi /etc/mail/

It used to be the case that MaxMessageSize in /etc/mail/ was set to 10M but, looking at my file, this is commented out and the default is 0, i.e. unlimited.

omon -s all

1005 vi /etc/mail/local-host-names
1006 omsendin

vi ~scalix/sys/general.cfg

# exactly -- but if they are a little bit late, the server drops their
# connection. Setting a timeout of 31 minutes avoids this problem.

salamat mga doc

buti nalang may mga nagmamahal akong mga kaibigang doctor..kungdi nangangatog pa ako ngayon sa trangkaso ko...ETO GOGOGO na naman ako! laban na naman sa hamon ng buhay.

ganito nga pala kagagaling yung mga doctors ko: kung gusto nyo irefer ko kayo o ibugaw ko kasyo sa kanila..i text nyo lang ako..pero syempre may bugaws fee iyan...hehehe j/k (di kami ganun ng mga friend ko)

bro jojo: naraming salamat sa iyong pagbibigay ng mabisang gamot at pagtawag at patawad di ko nasasagot minsan tawag mo kasi tulog ako...bale ako nalang tatawag sa iyo...mabuhay ka!

Ngek! Take these ha. Celebrex 200mg Ciprobay -Xr . Tapos biogesic. Lalamunan b o balakang bro? tapos pag nake wiwi ka check mo wiwi. Inom ka na now bro pls.

Ok.Take d meds muna bro, Now na! Yung Celebrex pain reliever,Yung Ciprobay antibiotic., yung biogesic fever. Let me know after an hour how u feel n. Please be ok ha. Have sm1 buy d meds for u na now.

Once a day lang cipro-xr for 3 days. Every 12 hours and celebrex (100mg) pero take the 200mg muna now. Biogesic 500mg every 4 hours pls.

darius: maraming salamat sa advice mo nag bababad ako sa juice at nagpahinga o natulog ng maayos. kaya eto..laban na naman.

"Pwede ka mag pain-reliever,alaxan o advil o flanax forte para malakas. Mukhang trangkaso lang, d ba? So hanggat pwede, inom ng ka ng maraming juice at ma2log.

Saturday, September 16, 2006

Ang bigat

Ang bigat pa rin ng katawan ko! pati likod ko masakit pa rin.
WILL POWER yung ang tool ngayon para magawa ko yung mga bagay bagay para sa aming opisina at para sa mga taga 8layer at mga client namin.

also, Medyo Sound Trip ako ngayon ng mga paboritong paruri songs.

Akoy' Binago Niya
Ikaw Pala
Mananatili Kang tapat
Salamat Muli
Hindi Ko maikakaila
Kahit NA Ulitin PA man
Kilala Mo ba Sya
Pag-ibig Mo
Walang HAngganan

Friday, September 15, 2006

sakit ng buong katawan ka

Si captain bioful at alaxan yung kaibigan ko ngayon araw..
nagpahinga lagn ako sa sa bahay kanina hanggang 3:30 ng hapon tapos punta ng gale kasi kailangan ma icheck yung status ng office..dahil kailangan ng makalipat talaga.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

May lagnat ako!

=( medyo masama pakiramdam ko ngayon..maylagnat lagnat.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Merix w800i

di ko pa masyadong na paglalaruan yung bagong TOY ko! kasi nga busy sa work pa.
pumunta pa kami kanina sa antipolo para bumuli ng mga tiles para sa bagong office namin.

tambay ulit ng galleria; nag monitor ng mga server ng mga clients at the same time nagdeploy ng mga servers remotely. (orayt buti natapos!)

Monday, September 11, 2006

People, Processes and Technology

André Spatz: People, Processes and Technology

By Andre Spatz with Brad Wieners

First principles for managing IT in a global organization.

People, processes and technology—these three, in that order, are the keys to managing any successful it organization. To gain the best results in each of these key areas, a cio should emphasize skills and competencies, services management and governance, and, as the organization matures, implement an adequate project investment portfolio. More specifically, to build a global it organization that delivers business benefits, consider the following:

Centralize the entire IT function

Treat IT as a service business within the context of the larger organization.

Enforce global standards and reduce the technology footprint

Standardize and streamline the technology footprint, including the number of strategic partners you deal with. But allow for standards that permit localization.

Validate the strategy "on the road"

Present the IT strategy as a hypothesis, and take it around the world as a management road show, testing and validating it with the divisions and local management teams. Continue these road shows during and after the strategy has been implemented to obtain feedback and make adjustments.

Be consistent

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, be consistent, repeat yourself and enforce your principles. Lessons learned are only valuable when applied.

Deliver on your promises

Demonstrate short-term results and balance them with your long-term goals.

Establish standard skill sets and competencies

Enable staff rotation to foreign offices without re-training.

No technology in a vacuum

No IT projects, only business projects with IT components

No management in a vacuum

No IT project without business and IT owners, and no "sponsors," please, only committed and accountable "owners" for results and completion.

Build a multicultural framework

Have an appreciation of what it takes to bring people of different cultures together. Without it you cannot achieve globalization.

Develop a "mosaic view" of the world

Understand how IT, business and processes are related. When one piece changes, it impacts somewhere else because it is part of an integrated, global picture.

Never stop making the rounds

Appreciate cultural diversity, as it is the only way to lead a multicultural workforce.


Nasa congress yung mga tao dahil sa SFD event at naman dito lang sa office..pero mamaya punta ako sa ortigas to check ano ng nangyayari sa construction ng bagong office namin.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

AYUS..nag paramdam si Darius

ayus nagparamdam si darius...naalala ko tuloy yung mga pinaggagagawa namin yung high school.

tamang tama din..kasi karamihan sa mga tao sa office mga taga UP din at makukulit at puro music lover..nangangamoy jamming ito ah...also, matutuwa na naman mga taga conspi at bistro nito.

O wag ipagkakalat: para sa kaalaman ng iba si darius del rosario lang naman ay isang kompositor ng papuri ng mga bata kame (bata nga ba kame nun???)...kaya ngayon ano ng tawag sa kanya..kayo na humusga.."GOD" mode na yan. =) mabuhay ka dar...

----- Original Message -----
From: Darius del Rosario
Sent: Sun, 9/10/2006 7:11am
Subject: meric!


kmusta na? paramdam ka nman. please reply to this... thanks.

darius :)



Saturday, September 09, 2006

Trabaho (Tula ni Meric Mara)

Pamangat ng tula: Trabaho
May akda: Meric B. Mara
Araw na ginawa: September 9, 2006

Trabaho lang ng trabaho;kumayod ng kayod kabayo
Lahat ay walang kaso Basta masaya at tama ang ginagawa mo
Hirap ay may mararating;sa hirap ay maysusupling
sa mga hirap na itinanim uulan ang mga gantimpalang magagaling

sa mundong ginagalawan trabaho ay may mga tipo
ibang ibang larangan at may mga manggagantso
kaya sa lugar na ganito ‘maghandang totoo
di mo alam kung sino ang kalaban at kakampi mo

ang trabaho ay labanan ng tunay na magagaling
hindi ito usapan kung tunay kang kaibigang tambing
proteksyon sa sarili at mga taong sa paligid laging ihambing
ang tunay na mahalaga at maging di kalibreng may lambing

sa tunay na pagtatrabaho ingatan din ang sarili mo
wag hayaang malugmok sa mga delikadong tukso
lagyan ng konting balanse ang katawan na puhunan mo
halimbawa ay musika at sports makakatulong na sigurado

trabahong may panalangin iyan ang makapagpahimbing
saliwan pa ng mga taong tunay na matulungin
pagkatuto sa karanasan ay malaking partisipasyon din
umiwas sa mga nadaanang ganid at tunay na tiyakin

trabaho..trabaho..umayos sa trabaho…
kahit mahirap…may matatamo..
tamang kinabukasan sa mga minamahal mo..
tamang trabaho…walang gantso..

Friday, September 08, 2006


8layer Internal Meeting.

Woking on my new "TULA" na ang pamagat ay TRABAHO..
bukas o mamaya abangan nyo..ipopost ko. =)

also, nabasa ko itong link na ito at yung mga discussion sa PLUG

note: di na muna ako mag ko-comment.


sana'y malasing mo kami

Thursday, September 07, 2006 <---MY NEW OFFICE

dito lang sa BO's sa kapihan sa ibaba ng mall (dito na ako nag office today libre wi-fi eh)
  • gumawa ng mga proposals
  • meeting with our architect
  • pirma ng mga checks
  • research sa mga bagong technology
  • usap sa mga gumagawa ng office (para sa mga gamit na kailangan pa nila)

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Server deployment cont...

Server deployment cont sa MRC...

Visit our ortigas office to check the status of the construction...natapos na nila yung masilya at nag lalagay na ng aluminium para sa ceiling.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Project Deployment


Also, ni meet ko yung OJT namin sa robinson para gawan ng recommendation letter..mag jajapan eh.

Dongabay sa bistro sa gabi (pang tangal pagod..with Deng,Eman,Benjie)

Monday, September 04, 2006

Rosario Hardware...

I was so busy doing technical support today and giving advices to some our our clients.

afternoon...busy scouting for the hardware/office supplies for our new office..ayun nakakita din sa rosario (pasig) ng magsusuply ng mga gamit at mga aluminum para ceiling.

meeting..meeting..meeting ng gabi.

for nitix hardware requirement: this is the checklist that i made.

NITIX Hardware Checklist


• x86 based system (Pentium 3 and Above)
• At least 256MB
• At least two (2) IDE and/or SCSI hard disk and/or SATA
• At least two (2) Network Interface Card (recommended 3com)
• IDE or SCSI CD-ROM drive
• VGA based video card

Required External Peripherals:
• Monitor
• Keyboard


• ONE (1) Public IP
• ONE (1) Private IP
• OPTIONAL: (For Domain Hosting)
Domain name
Domain Records


• Windows 98/2000/XP or LINUX
• Internet Explorer ver 6.0 (128-bit)
• Firebox browser (128-bit)

Sunday, September 03, 2006


spending my day reading IT books and whitepapers

check this "Roadmap4OpenICTEcosystems"

very interesting.. =)

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Linux Cluster Manager

tambay today dito sa site na ito:
Linux Cluster Manager is a graphical tool for managing multiple Linux systems from a central location. Meant primarily for Beowulf style clusters, it has many useful features for general system administration and even some non Linux specific possibilities like block level imaging.

Also, busy reading the following draft documents:


location: Bo's Coffee Club (Robinson Galleria)...sarap ng buhay tambay! =)
este..sakit na pala sa ulo..daming inaaral..pero enjoy.

Friday, September 01, 2006

Der's no I in the word TEAM, but der is in d word STUFID...

Eto mga pahabol pa:

Check this url:

ORAYT ORAYT..TARA NA SA CONSPI...KAARAWAN NI DENGGAI dami daw pagkain at mga artistang bisita...