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Top 10 World's Naughtiest Print Ad Commercial

For sure this post will raise the brows of some. For us in the field, this is just as effective as it looks like. Sent by a friend through e-mail, check-out Top 10 World’s Naughtiest Print Ads:

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IBON Foundation: Cha-cha revival exposes Arroyo's resolve to stay beyond 2010

philippines president gloria macapagal arroyo 207x300 IBON Foundation: Cha cha revival exposes Arroyo's resolve to stay beyond 2010Renewed moves to amend the 1987 Constitution reveal that the Arroyo administration is clearly determined to perpetuate itself in power possibly even beyond 2010, according to independent think-tank IBON Foundation.

In its midyear political assessment report, IBON noted that the administration

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President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's (GMA) SONA will be televised Online

philippine presidents sona 2008 President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's (GMA) SONA will be televised OnlineInterested in hearing Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo‘s State of the Nation Address (SONA). You can check the Philippine Government’s Official Site and hear the President speak via online streaming.

The SONA, which will be delivered around 4:00 PM today (Philippine Time) by the President to the joint Assembly of the Senate and Congress will tackle on the specifics of the 10-point Pro-Poor Agenda the aforementioned raised in her Inauguration last June 30, 2004. The speech is titled; “A New Direction: Putting People First in an Era of Change and National Renewal.”

PGMA is the 14th President of the Republic of the Philippines and has been in the hot seat for some unsettled and unanswered political anomalies. The strong support she continually get from the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) keeps her questionable leadership, as opposition claims, aloat amidst crises.

Monitor in real time the Philippine President’s 2008 SONA via http://www.gov.ph/sona/

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Independence Day Treat: "Pinoy Wit" Joke

A Filipino and an American are seated next to each other on a flight from Los Angeles to New York.

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Pinay Scandal Lives On…

pinay scandal picture Pinay Scandal Lives On...Pinay Scandal is pretty much in the web and this is my third posting of showing you where you can find numerous links of the best PINAY SCANDALS ever.

You can start looking at the following sites:

Reyna Elena’s Blog has this site links which you may find useful in your search:

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SUGBU ASDANG: Convergence of Cebu and Manila Artists

Prominent visual artists from Cebu and Manila will hold simultaneous exhibits here in Cebu to promote the city and province as an artistic center for all Filipino and international artists in the future. Titled Sugbu Asdang: Art in Public Places, the event aims to put together works by Manila and Cebu- based artists in three of Cebu

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Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao is the New WBC Super Featherweight Champ

pacquiao vs marquez Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao is the New WBC Super Featherweight Champ

After the long awaited rematch, Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao successfully snatched the World Boxing Council (WBC) Supper Featherweight Champion belt from Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico today.

The fight which lasted 12 rounds, finished the “unfinished business between the two fighters which last saw fighting for the same belt 2 years ago. Here’s a cut of the article I read from GMANews.TV:

manny Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao is the New WBC Super Featherweight Champ

Pacquiao is new WBC super featherweight champ
03/16/2008 | 12:16 PM

Going the whole 12 rounds, Manny Pacquiao wrested the World Boxing Council super featherweight title from Juan Manuel Marquez in a thrilling rematch in fully-packed Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Pacquiao dominated the 10th round, managing to sneak in punches to the head of his already bleeding opponent, who had a cut over the right eye.

The last few seconds of ninth round saw both fighters getting really aggressive and trading punches in the face.

In the seventh round, both fighters inflicted punches that resulted in cuts under their eyes and entered the eighth round more aggressively trying to lunge at each other.

In the eighth round, Marquez landed two punches in Pacquiao’s face that clearly stunned the Filipino challenger.

Both fighters coasted through the fourth and fifth rounds of their 12-round rematch after thrilling their fans with an aggressive first three rounds at the Mandalay Bay Casino and Resort in Las Vegas on Saturday (Sunday in the Philippines).

In the third round, Pacquiao sent Marquez down on the canvas with a left cross to the jaw with just 19 seconds left.

Pacquiao entered the second round clearly the more aggressive fighter, but Marquez ended the round clearly in his favor, landing two punches in the face of Pacquiao just seconds before the bell sounded.

The rematch started off with the two fighters warily sizing up each other as expected, but the already very excited crowd got roused up when Marquez connected with a jab to the face of Pacquiao, who is out to wrest the World Boxing Council super featherweight from him.

The 29-year-old Pacquiao, in white trunks, weighed in at 129 lbs, while the 34-year-old Marquez, in black trunks, is at 130.

Pacquiao and Marquez entered the arena with an eager full-house audience composed mostly of Filipinos and Mexicans waving their respective national colors.

Ciara Sotto sang the Philippine national anthem Lupang Hinirang followed by Teo Gonzales who sang Mexico’s El Himno Nacional. Filipino American Jasmine Villegas sang the Star Spangled Banner.

The fight has been tagged Unfinished Business as it is widely seen as a continuation of the last bout of the two fighters in 2004, in controversial drawn bout, in which Pacquiao managed to knock down Marquez three times in the first round alone.

Marquez is not the favorite as far as betting odds are concerned. – GMANews.TV

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UP Film Institute celebrates "Wandering, Wondering, Wonderful Women" at the 18th International Women Film Festival

18th international womens film festival UP Film Institute celebrates "Wandering, Wondering, Wonderful Women" at the 18th International Women Film Festival

UP Film Institute in cooperation with Microdata, BusinessWorld, Globe and GMA pay homage to varied wandering, wondering, wonderful women as the institute celebrates the 18th International Women’s Film Festival at the Cine Adarna at the University of the Philippines- Diliman from the 10th

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In search for Renaldo Lapuz



The blog hits for PINOYWORLD is now again on tremendous rise as Pinoy’s all over the world are inquiring about Renaldo Lapuz. Who is he?

Renaldo Lapuz, a Filipino living on Reno, Nevada, stunned the American Idol stage season 7. This 44-year old American Idol wannabe presented another twist in his presentation while singing “We’re Brothers Forever” at the shows Dallas Audition, which Simon Cowell predicted to be a next hit. Indeed, Mr. Lapuz rocked the Youtube and American Idol website and earned his instant fame.

Obviously enjoying the entertaining rendition of his song, American Idol Randy Jackson, Paula Abdula and even Ryan Seacrest,

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The Filipino Drivers Survival Guide

driver van detail The Filipino Drivers Survival Guide

Filipino drivers can relate to this article forwarded to me by John Patrick Sevilla <jpatricks1@gmail.com>. Though the theme have been discussed in humorous prose, readers should taste every bit of “truth” there is. Isn’t this the picture of the Filipino Driver?


When greeting a Filipino driver, slowly lower your window and be prepared to greet the driver with: “Tang namo, bobo”.

However, if you have been already addressed by a fellow driver, reply with a joyful ” ‘Tang namo rin, gago”.


If a driver in another lane turns on the turn signal, do not let him go into your lane. In fact, press the accelerator and start driving right next to him/her. The fellow driver will probably greet you and you already know what to do.


These amusing artifacts hang from intersections for no apparent reason. Sometimes you will see drivers stop to see the colors change on these lights (a fascinating experience). Government officials (specifically police) believe that each color stands for an instruction for drivers to follow.

From pure observation I have determined the following instructions for each color: Yellow light: accelerate your car as much as possible.

Red light: this light gives permission to the next five to six cars to go through.

Green light:
reduce speed and wait for the five to six cars passing through their respective red lights.

Little-known- fact: Time to start honking your horn, as soon as the light turns green: 1.5 seconds.


Changing lanes has been elevated to an art form in the Philippines.

First of all, no matter what you do, never turn on your turn signal or otherwise you’ll stimulate the reaction described above.

Second, swerve your car uncontrollably to the lane you want to change, preferably if you end up within inches of a car in that lane. At this point a greeting from the other driver may be in order.

To perfect your change of lanes, reduce the speed of your car dramatically in a matter of seconds and you will see an action packed reaction from the car behind you.


Traffic Jams are teeming with fun filled activities such as:

  • Honking your horn rhythmically.
  • Put on make-up (usually female drivers only)
  • Nose-pickers sightseeing. (not to be confused with people who scratch their brains through their nose)
  • Reduce speed to watch whatever is causing the traffic jam. Add excitement by trying to see if you know the parties involved. (note: every Filipino driver is obliged to do this)
  • Lose weight by sweating like a pig as a result of a lack of air conditioning.
  • Greet other drivers.


Play the game: Let’s see how close I can get to you before rear-ending you.


These individuals are an annoyance to the Filipino driver. If you see pedestrians on your way, accelerate your car to let them know who’s the boss. If you are at an intersection, let the pedestrians know you want to proceed by accelerating your car and honking at the last possible moment.


Bumping into a friend while driving (not to be taken literally) is a joyful occasion. Drivers should reduce speed and stop their cars in the middle of the street and chit chat. What about other drivers? Well, they can wait.


Bottleneck Formation: To accomplish this type of driving, cars must block all lanes by driving at the same speed and side by side (to avoid other cars to pass). It is important to drive at a speed at least 20 mph below the speed limit.

The Three-Lane-Change : This movement requires a lot of precision and creativity. It should be done around the highest number of cars possible and in a matter of seconds to create what others may refer to as widespread panic.

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