Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Binay identifies bar blast suspect as Tony Nepomuceno, a computer science graduate working at a call center
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
The National Bureau of Investigation has released an artist's sketch of one of the suspects in the post-Bar examinations explosion in Manila on September 26.
The details included in the sketch described the suspect as:
The details also provided clues that the suspect wore "long pants, maong; T-shirt, dark polo and low cut sneakers" when the incident occurred.
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Thursday, May 6, 2010
It is so common for me to see fans and crowd go wild and crazy whenever they see popular and high profile personalities like artists. In fact, i am one of them when i was still in my homeland (Philippines). Even in the USA as what i usually see on TV, paparazzis and fans manifest their fanaticism towards their favorite and high profile artist, But when i came here in New Zealand, it is totally a different story.
"Naninibago ako" because people here are not really fanatics, they may be a fan but they don't go wild or go crazy over their idols. Just like in one occassion, while i was in the Auckland airport where i was working in one of the foodshops there, it happens that Chris Brown and Rihanna pass by my shop but people there stayed calm, don't even mind their presence, and treated them as ordinary people. Considering this two personalities are so hot in the U.S. i can really see the difference between the Kiwi (New Zealand people) compared to Philippines, US and even other first world countries' way of treating their superstars and the level of fanaticism towards high profile personalities throughout the world.
"Dahil nasanay na ako sa kultura dito, kaya minsan natatawa nalang ako sa sarili ko" looking back when i was still in the Philippines and the way i go crazy over my favorite local Filipino artists. How come these Kiwi people stay tame and calm??? are these guys really don't have emotions, don't care about this pop people or are they just well breed???
Saturday, April 24, 2010
Alecia Beth Moore known as “ PINK “ was born on September 8, 1979 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and later raised in Philadelphia. Her parents James and Judy Moore divorced when she was very young. She likes to listen to music of Madonna, Mary J. Blige, 4 Non-Blondes, Janis Joplin, Billy Joel, and of course Whitney Houston. When she was young all she wanted was to become a singer. She got her nick name “PINK” when was a child. She grew up in a musical family. Pink was a very unique and talented teenager. She even went through phases as a skateboarder, hip-hopper, and even a gymnast that’s why you can see her flexibility and her very tone body every time she perform. At the age of 13, she then was singing in Philadelphia club scene and performing for talent shows. At age 14, she then started writing her own songs, she wrote lyrics as an outlet for her feelings, and her mother commented, "Her initial writings were always very introspective. Some of it was very black, and very deep, almost worrisome." the same day a local DJ at the Club allowing her to sing a song every Friday night which gave her more exposure with her talent. So, from then one of the big executive producer of MCA spotted her singing on stage and asked her to audition for a singing group called the Basic Instinct and it did not work out well. She was then recruited for a R&B female trio called Choice but it did not work out well again they disbanded because of some differences over musical directions. Pink signed La Face as a solo singer in R&B. In year 2000, Pink released a debut called “ Cant take me home” and the top ten hit “There you go” which was a certified gold single. Pink is one of the most paid artist in 2009 and now she still continue to rock your world. I’ve watched the video Pink performing at Grammy’s 2010 in youtube. I was speechless while watching and I cant get tired of watching it again, all I can say was the best! Pink is really a unique person.