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HAPPY NEW YEAR


advance HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone. 🙂

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JAMICH is <3


Jam Fernando Sebastian

Paolinne Michelle Liggayu

They started as friends and here comes May 10, 2008

They became lovers, most popularly known as JAMICH.

It all started when they posted a video of their short film BY CHANCE on Youtube. Many liked their love story and followed them all through out.

They also had a JAMICH dance craze:

and had the whole world dancing their dance:

Because of their fans Vice Ganda saw them and watch their videos and had the chance to guest in his show Gandang Gabi Vice.

Here is a video of JAMICH’s road to Gandang Gabi Vice:

and their guesting:

Until today they still remain humble and good to their fans. They stayed the same as they were even they are very famous.

I want to meet them personally, I am a big fan of them.

Photos and Videos from Jamich Facebook Accounts and Jamich TV.

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Mr Batman aka Daniel Padilla


Photo from Push

Sino ba namang babae ang hindi magkakagusto sa gwapong batang to. Siya lang naman ang bagong crush ng bayan dahil sa kanyang kagwapuhan. Pati rin ako na mas matanda sa kanya ay may gusto din sa kanya. Nakilala siya sa palabas na Growing Up bilang Patrick, ang lalaking may gusto kay Ella at naghihintay na sagutin nito.

Kaya noong nagkaroon ng play ang kanyang kapatid sa aming eskwelahan at pumunta siya para manuod, agad-agad na akong nagpakuha ng litrato eto oh:

Ang gwapo lang niya sobra, tapos mabait pa.

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How to help victims of Sendong!!!


It’s all over the news how the tropical storm Sendong has made our Kababayans in trouble. They need our help and this is how.

Department of Social Welfare and Development
DSWD welcomes volunteers. Inquire at the following DSWD offices:

DSWD National Resource Operation Center
NAIA Chapel Road, Pasay City (beside Airport Police Department and back of Air Transportation Office)
Tel. Nos.: (02) 852-8081, (02) 851-2681
Mobile No.: (0918) 930-2356

DSWD Field Office 10
Masterson Avenue, Upper Carmen
Cagayan de Oro City
Tel. Nos. (088) 858-8134, (088) 858-6333
Mobile No. (0906) 615-0095 c/o Manny Borres

DSWD also accepts cash donations at these bank accounts:

Land Bank of the Philippines
Peso: DSWD Donation – 3122-1011-84
Dollar: DSWD Donation – 3124-0055-81

Donations may also be sent via GCash. Text DONATE<space>AMOUNT<space>MPIN<space>DSWD and send to 2882. Example: DONATE 1000 1234 DSWD

Philippine Red Cross
Bonifacio Drive, Port Area,

PO Box 280, Manila 2803
Tel. No: 527-0000
Email: prc@redcross.org.ph

Philippine Red Cross accepts cash donations at these bank accounts:

Banco De Oro (BDO)
Peso: 00-453-0018647
Dollar: 10-453-0039482
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
Peso: 4991-0036-52
Dollar: 004994-0103-15
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

Metrobank
Peso: 151-3-041631228
Dollar: 151-2-15100218-2
Swift Code: MBTCPHMM

Philippine National Bank (PNB)
Peso: 3752 8350 0034
Dollar: 3752 8350 0042
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

Unionbank of the Philippines
Peso: 1015 4000 0201
Dollar: 1315 4000 0090
Swift Code: UNPHPHMM

To donate via SMS, text RED<space>AMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4143 (Smart). For G-Cash, text DONATE<space>AMOUNT<space>4-digit M-PIN<space>REDCROSS to 2882.

You can donate the following denominations:
Globe: 5, 25, 100, 300, 500 or 1000
Smart: 10, 25, 50, 100, 300, 500 or 1000

Red Cross also accepts cash donations at any of the 1,500 Cebuana Lhuillier pawnshops nationwide.

For more info, visit Red Cross’ Donate Now page.

GMA Kapuso Foundation
Kapuso Foundation’s Operation Bayanihan in Cagayan de Oro accepts rice, instant noodles, canned goods, bottled water, clothing, and medicines:

GMA Kapuso Foundation Operation Bayanihan Command Post
Capitol University Gym, Corrales Ext., Cagayan de Oro City.
Mobile No.: (0919) 574-9835 c/o Armi Sobremisana

For those in Metro Manila and other areas, you may send cash donations to:

GMA Kapuso Foundation
2nd Floor Kapuso Center
GMA Network Center
EDSA, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel. Nos.: (02) 928-4299, (02) 928-9351

The foundation also accepts donations via its bank accounts under the name GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.:

Metrobank
Peso: 3-098-51034-7
Dollar: 2-098-00244-2
Swift Code: MBTC PH MM

United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB)
Peso: 115-184777-2 or 160-111277-7
Dollar: 01-115-301177-9 or 01-160-300427-6

BDO
Peso Savings: 469-0022189
Dollar Savings: 469-0072135
Swift Code: BNORPHMM
Note: Bank collects service fee

PNB
Peso: 121-003200017
Dollar: 121-003200025
Swift Code: PNB MPH MM

Note: Bank collects service fee

ABS-CBN Foundation
ABS-CBN Foundation’s Sagip Kapamilya accepts in-kind donations at:

ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.,
Mother Ignacia cor. Eugenio Lopez St.,
Diliman, Quezon City.

Trunkline: +632-415-2272 loc 3765

Direct line: +632-411-4995

Email: sagip@abs-cbn.com

Website http://www.sagipkapamilya.com

Fax No: +632-411-4995

Warehouse: ABS-CBN Foundation Sagip Kapamilya Warehouse(Edongs) #137 Mother Ignacia Ave., Quezon City

Cash donations may be deposited to the following accounts under the name ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya:

BDO
Peso: 39301-14199
Dollar: 39300-81622
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

PNB
Peso: 419-539-5000-13
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
Peso: 3051-1127-75
Dollar: 3054-0270-35
Branch: West Triangle, Quezon City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

Alagang Kapatid Foundation
TV5’s Alagang Kapatid Foundation Inc. accepts cash donations  through its bank accounts:

BDO
Peso: 005310-410164

BPI
Peso: 1443-05333-2

Donations in kind may be sent to News5 Aksyon Center, TV5 office in San Bartlolome, Novaliches, Quezon City.

For more info, please call (02) 938-6393.

RockEd Philippines
Donations to Rock Ed Philippines’ potable water fund for Cagayan de Oro may be deposited to the following bank account:

BPI
Peso: 3080-0073-44
Branch: Loyola Heights

Tulong Kabataan
The volunteer and relief network of the National Union of Students of the Philippines and other youth organizations accepts relief goods:

No. 89 K-7 Street, Kamias, Quezon City
Mobile No.: (0926) 170-3655 c/o Vanessa; (0947) 316-8407 c/o Rainier; and (0932) 401-5588 c/o Athena

Cash donations may also be deposited to following bank account under the National Union of Students of the Philippines – Head Office, Inc.:

Chinabank
Peso: 107-248551-3
Branch: Quezon Avenue

More info at the NUSP website.

National Union of Journalists of the Philippines
Tel. No.: (02) 376-7330

Mobile No: (0910) 495-0095
Email: nujphil@gmail.com

The NUJP is also collecting donations for media workers in areas hit hard by Sendong:

Metrobank
Peso: 229-722-9507-458

LBC Foundation
LBC will ship donations to Sendong victims for free. Just drop it off at any LBC branch in the Philippines, as well as in KSA, UAE, Singapore, HK, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, UK, Spain, and Italy.

Smart Communications
Smart subscribers all over the country may donate to Smart’s Baha Fund by transferring funds to Smart Money account number 5577 5130 6822 1104. Donors may also deposit cash to the same Smart Money account number in any BDO branch nationwide or through Hapinoy and Cebuana Lhuillier outlets.

Right Start
WE ACCEPT DONATIONS:Bank of Philippine Islands account under RIGHT START COMMUNITY DEV’T INC.
– Account Number: 004021-0129-42Banco de Oro: account under RIGHT START COMMUNITY DEV’T INC.
— Account Number: 2030132221DOLLAR ACCOUNT:
Banco de Oro under account name:
Right Start Community Dev’t Inc.
account number: 102030129115
URGENT NEEDSBlankets
Bottled water (VERY URGENT!)
Canned goods
Clothes
Food
Mats (banig)
Medicines
Off lotion
Rice
Toothbrushes
Towels
Utensils

DROP-OFF POINTS

Ateneo School of Government and Kaya Natin! – will accept donations from Dec. 19-21 only, 10am to 10pm. Clothes, blankets, ready-to-eat food, toiletries and bottled water accepted. Bring to  Fr. Ortiz Hall, Social Development Complex, Ateneo, QC.

GMA 5 (Davao) – Please leave donations at Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao (info from @mindanaoan)

Kristohanong Katilingban sa Pagpakaban (coordinated with Xavier University) – call (088) 8583116 loc 3210 for details

La Salle Greenhills – will start accepting donations Monday, Dec. 19 (info taken from HERE)

Donations in cash and kind will be received at Gate 2 of La Salle Green Hills at 343 Ortigas Avenue, Mandaluyong City 1550. You may call any of the following telephone numbers for further inquiries:
Alumni Office — 721-2729, 722-7750, 725-4720
GS Principal — 721-2482
HS Principal — 721-8914
Buildings and Grounds Office — 721-8904 (Telefax)
La Sallian Mission Office — 726-5851 (Telefax)

LBC Foundation – bottled water, food, blankets, clothes, etc. Drop off your donations at the nearest LBC branch nearest you, nationwide. Call (632) 8585-999 to find the closest LBC branch.

Mercato Centrale (BGC) / Soderno (Alabang) – bottled water, rice, canned goods, bottled water, utensils, toothbrush, mats, used clothes, blankets

The Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1098 Chino Roces ave Mascado cor Yague, Makati ph.+63 2 8978808 Ms. Kasilag/Ms. Kalagayan.

Sagip Kapamilya ABS-CBN Foundation Inc., Mother Ignacia cor. Eugenio Lopez St., Diliman, QC – for goods in kind

Sen. Kiko Pimentel – accepting donations starting Dec. 19 at Room 512, GSIS Building, Senate of the Philippines. Contact person: Ron Munsayac (new media group)

TV5 Kapatid Foundation Inc. – Donations in kind like food, clothing, utensils, blankets, mats, water containers, and medicines may be sent to News5 Aksyon Center, TV5 office in San Bartlolome, Novaliches, Quezon City. For inquiries, please call News5 Aksyon Center hotline – 938-6393.

Xavier University KKP-SIO – cash, food, bottled water, clean clothes. You can drop them off at the Xavier University KKP-SIO.

CASH DONATIONS (INTERNATIONAL)Ateneo de Manila University – please see how to donate HERE

ONE FOR ILIGAN – a Google doc that tells you how you can donate at least US$1 via PayPal
Your Donations will be shown at: www.iliganbloggers.com
For donations on Paypal, your names and initials HERE

HELPCDO (PayPal Donations) – Proceeds will be donated and delivered to Xavier University Cagayan de Oro where the members of CDOBloggers are planning to volunteer. (Note: Info received c/o Ria Jose)
Email Address for PayPal donation: francis.siason@gmail.com

Simbahang Lingkod (info taken from HERE)
Direct deposits may be made online from any BPI branches, pay to:
Account Name/Payee: SIMBAHANG LINGKOD NG BAYAN
Bank Name: Bank of the Philippine Islands (Loyola-Katipunan Branch)
Dollar Savings Account Number: 3084-0420-12

TV5 Kapatid Foundation Inc.
BDO Savings Account No. 005310-410164
Bank of the Philippine Islands Savings Account No. 1443-05333-2
For inquiries, please call News5 Aksyon Center hotline – 938-6393.

CASH DONATIONS (WITHIN THE PHILIPPINES)
Ateneo de Manila University – please see how to donate HEREPilipinas Natin HQ (contact PN Head June Joson at CP 0915-855-2599; 0939-9372353)

Simbahang Lingkod (info taken from HERE)
Direct deposits may be made online from any BPI branches, pay to:
Account Name/Payee: SIMBAHANG LINGKOD NG BAYAN
Bank Name: Bank of the Philippine Islands (Loyola-Katipunan Branch)
Peso Checking Account Number: 3081-1111-61Xavier University, Tabang Sendong
Account Name: Xavier University
Bank Name: Bank of the Philippine Islands, CDO Divisoria Branch
Account Number: 9331-0133-63

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
DSWD – Cagayan de Oro (Masterson Rd, Upper Carmen). Call (0906) 6150095 or 858-8892 – to repack and deliver relief goods

Resources:

National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council

Google Person Finder

~rejjisheart~

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Metro-Manila Film Festival


Every Christmas, movies are being shown for the Metro Manila Film Festival. This year there are a lot of movies to look forward to. I would definitely watch some of them and to name some movies I’d like see:

Enteng ng Ina mo, starring Vic Sotto and Aiai Delas Alas

My Househusband, Ikaw na!, starring Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo

Segunda Mano, starring Kris Aquino, Angelica Panganiban and Dingdong Dantes

Shake Rattle and Roll 13

Yesterday, Today Tomorrow

Let’s all watch this films on December 25 and enjoy every story with our families.

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so annoying Savemore Crew!!!!!


I just want to blog about Savemore Sta. Mesa. I went there to buy something we need at home. When I was about to go in a counter, the lady said it’s just for big cart. What’s the sense of not letting me pay there, it’s still the same that I will be paying what I have. She wants me to fall in line on other counters while in that counter no one was in line so I could pay easier. DUH!!!! It’s the same right, what’s the sense. I hate that kind of service from them. It’s so annoying to fall in line to a counter that has many people in it while having myself pay at a counter that there’s no people waiting. DUHH!!!!