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Love of Siam is one of the best films that I ever saw. Because of the great actors that really play they role perfectly.

Here are the lines from the story that really stuck the viewers.

  • “maybe one day you can use it to show how you feel to others.” (grandma)
  • “as long as you love, you still have hope.” (ying)
  • “what if i choose one and you dont like it, you would be upset again?” (tong)
  • “choose what you think the best for yourself” (sunee)
  • “it’s better to love and be loved than never havin tried.” (tang/june)
  • “life always give us opportunities to start over after learning from our mistakes” (tang)
  • “i may not understand but you’d always be my bestfriend” (aex)
  • “i may not be with you as your boyfriend, but it doesnt mean that i dont love you.” (tong)
  • “everytime i see your love shining in mylife, i can see my destiny” (mew -kan lae kan)
  • kan lae kan (together forever)

So for those who havent the watch the film yet, its not too late to watch it now.


The nature has its own drama in life, sometimes people around them noticed it but most didn’t. Give them attention, take care of them just like they were your friends.

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everything has a purpose on earth.

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the earth is good in green

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no man is an island

with orchids

share what you have


reused them to give some drama

LIFEwhat do you see? can you see life?

*this photos wa taken with a camera phone

philippines_flagSenator Richard Gordon proposed of adding another ray to the sun of our Philippine flag.

This additional 1 ray will represents the Muslim troupe who fought the first Spaniards who tried to invade the Philippine Island.

What does the 8 rays of the sun means?

The eight rays of the sun in the triangle represent the first eight united provinces that revolted for independence .

Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Manila, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga and Tarlac.


It is clearly says that the 8 rays are those Provinces who UNITE for the sake of our own land, they combined and they acted as one to have the so called FREEDOM.

Ok let’s face it, the Muslim troupes did their part of saving the Mother Land but still they do their job separately from those who fought here in the North. The rays of the sun symbolizes UNITY and that is what those Provinces did.

How about you, do you have any reaction about this issue?


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Do something for our country through small things we can help our country grow strong.


Join now and show what you can do.

help themthey need us so we need to help them even in very small way.


AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome:

  • Acquired means you can get infected with it;
  • Immune Deficiency means a weakness in the body’s system that fights diseases.
  • Syndrome means a group of health problems that make up a disease.

AIDS is caused by a virus called HIV, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. If you get infected with HIV, your body will try to fight the infection. It will make “antibodies,” special molecules to fight HIV.

A blood test for HIV looks for these antibodies. If you have them in your blood, it means that you have HIV infection. People who have the HIV antibodies are called “HIV-Positive.” Fact Sheet 102 has more information on HIV testing.

Being HIV-positive, or having HIV disease, is not the same as having AIDS. Many people are HIV-positive but don’t get sick for many years. As HIV disease continues, it slowly wears down the immune system. Viruses, parasites, fungi and bacteria that usually don’t cause any problems can make you very sick if your immune system is damaged. These are called “opportunistic infections.” See Fact Sheet 500 for an overview of opportunistic infections.


You don’t actually “get” AIDS. You might get infected with HIV, and later you might develop AIDS. You can get infected with HIV from anyone who’s infected, even if they don’t look sick and even if they haven’t tested HIV-positive yet. The blood, vaginal fluid, semen, and breast milk of people infected with HIV has enough of the virus in it to infect other people. Most people get the HIV virus by:

  • having sex with an infected person
  • sharing a needle (shooting drugs) with someone who’s infected
  • being born when their mother is infected, or drinking the breast milk of an infected woman

Getting a transfusion of infected blood used to be a way people got AIDS, but now the blood supply is screened very carefully and the risk is extremely low.

There are no documented cases of HIV being transmitted by tears or saliva, but it is possible to be infected with HIV through oral sex or in rare cases through deep kissing, especially if you have open sores in your mouth or bleeding gums. For more information, see the following Fact Sheets:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 1 to 1.2 million U.S. residents are living with HIV infection or AIDS; about a quarter of them do not know they have it. About 75 percent of the 40,000 new infections each year are in men, and about 25 percent in women. About half of the new infections are in Blacks, even though they make up only 12 percent of the US population.

In the mid-1990s, AIDS was a leading cause of death. However, newer treatments have cut the AIDS death rate significantly. For more information, see the US Government fact sheet at


You might not know if you get infected by HIV. Some people get fever, headache, sore muscles and joints, stomach ache, swollen lymph glands, or a skin rash for one or two weeks. Most people think it’s the flu. Some people have no symptoms. Fact Sheet 103 has more information on the early stage of HIV infection.

The virus will multiply in your body for a few weeks or even months before your immune system responds. During this time, you won’t test positive for HIV, but you can infect other people.

When your immune system responds, it starts to make antibodies. When this happens, you will test positive for HIV.

After the first flu-like symptoms, some people with HIV stay healthy for ten years or longer. But during this time, HIV is damaging your immune system.

One way to measure the damage to your immune system is to count your CD4 cells you have. These cells, also called “T-helper” cells, are an important part of the immune system. Healthy people have between 500 and 1,500 CD4 cells in a milliliter of blood. Fact Sheet 124 has has more information on CD4 cells.

Without treatment, your CD4 cell count will most likely go down. You might start having signs of HIV disease like fevers, night sweats, diarrhea, or swollen lymph nodes. If you have HIV disease, these problems will last more than a few days, and probably continue for several weeks.


HIV disease becomes AIDS when your immune system is seriously damaged. If you have less than 200 CD4 cells or if your CD4 percentage is less than 14%, you have AIDS. See Fact Sheet 124 for more information on CD4 cells. If you get an opportunistic infection, you have AIDS. There is an “official” list of these opportunistic infections put out by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The most common ones are:

AIDS-related diseases also includes serious weight loss, brain tumors, and other health problems. Without treatment, these opportunistic infections can kill you.

The official (technical) CDC definition of AIDS is available at AIDS is different in every infected person. Some people die a few months after getting infected, while others live fairly normal lives for many years, even after they “officially” have AIDS. A few HIV-positive people stay healthy for many years even without taking antiretroviral medications (ARVs).


There is no cure for AIDS. There are drugs that can slow down the HIV virus, and slow down the damage to your immune system. There is no way to “clear” the HIV out of your body.

Other drugs can prevent or treat opportunistic infections (OIs). In most cases, these drugs work very well. The newer, stronger ARVs have also helped reduce the rates of most OIs. A few OIs, however, are still very difficult to treat. See Fact Sheet 500 for more information on opportunistic infections.


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keepbloggingKeep BLOGGING because thru this simple act we can help other, we can contribute to the public and we can help them open their thoughts, feelings and emotion thru this simple act.

so Keep your hands on the Keyboard and Start Blogging.




Be proud coz you’re a PINOY

This logo for the Filipinos around the world who sacrifice alot for their love ones here in the Philippines.

Mabuhay ka kabayan. Bilib kami sa’yo!


backwallvince wallpapergive your desktop wallpaper a twist. instead of having a downloaded wallpapers on the net or using the default wallpaper, use your own picture but to make it more attractive, give it a little shine. edit your pictures, create a backgound and sprinke some imagination tadah! your set to fly. just like what i’ve made to may desktop and i really love it. simple yet with personal touch.

*i made the backgound of the wallpaper below but i just downloaded the first one on top.

sticker starthis is my first sample of the sticker style in photoshop just like most of the sites used (specially in blogs).