Here is a list of PRC physician board exam passers (August 2009) from The Philippine Daily Inquirer.
“…The Fallback Boy is someone you keep as reserve, whether in full consciousness of doing so or not, for the eventuality that there’s no one else. Sort of like a safety net. It’s not really nice. It’s not really fair for the FB. The Default Boy on the other hand is the guy you go [...]
Here’s a Pinoy “single-serve” site. All it does is answer: may pasok ba?
Newly opened blog “Ateneo Fashion Watch” is “a fashion commentary about the styles and trends in the ateneo community.“
Confirmed by metafilter, MSN, TMZ, yahoo news, Is he the Princess Diana? The Elvis? He is the King of Pop who now joins the King of Rock and Roll. Long live the king! (photo by sansharma)
Ano ang pangalan ng character ni Aiza Seguerra sa Okey ka, Fairy ko? For bonus points: sino si Prinsepe K? Four-Thirty na! _______ na! Ano ang paborito mong game sa Takeshi’s Castle? Kung sasabihin ko, “E, paano kung walang ice?” ang sagot mo ay ____ Ang mga ‘kisses’ ay pabango ng kotse na maliliit na [...]
Because it’s a silly Sunday on a summer, here’s a photo of an egg with abs. (got this from carakikay):
Filipino internet users are liekly to be below 29 years old, single and are better educated. 71% have accessed the internet from internet cafes. Yahoo Nielsen conducted personal door to door interviews to a sample size of 1,200 from 22 major cities in the Philippines and have a survey of Pinoy internet habits. Read the [...]
Amiel Alcantara was the 10 year old fourth grader from Ateneo who met an untimely death when he was hit by a speeding car in the school’s parking lot. His half-eaten sandwich fell to the ground and his 13 year old brother pulled him out from under the car. He was buried yesterday and Noemi [...]
Unofficialy, though, it’ll be hard to find a Filipino who doesn’t resent Koreans. Noisy, brusque and given to disregarding essential things like respect for a host country’s culture, Koreans either walk around like they are our lords and masters, or ignore us altogether. … … Cultural differences, we can chalk up to simple misunderstanding, but [...]