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Archive for November, 2011

The Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood (Chelsey’s 1st B-Day Special), P5

(Itinaon ko na rin that my 500th blog post would be for my Chelsey, kaya, heto’t pinag-isa ko na yung top three sa list)

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #3:

KAPAG NAG-EENJOY KA NA RIN SA DORA, BARNEY, JOLLITOWN, AT LAHAT NG MGA PAMBATANG PALABAS.

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #2:

KAPAG MARUNONG KA NA RING MANG-HUNTING NG MGA NINONG AT NINANG NG ANAK MO.

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #1:

KAPAG WALA KA NANG IBINIBIDA SA IBA… KUNDI ANG ANAK MO!

 

HAPPY FIRST BIRTHDAY, ANAK!

Love,

Dadad and Mama


The Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood (Chelsey’s 1st B-Day Special), P4

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #4:

KAPAG HINDI KA (AS OF THIS TIME) NABABAHUAN SA EBS NG BABY MO.


Final Pulse 11 and Blog Pulse 12

Do you have any idea how long it took for this poll to get 87 votes? It’s almost 11 months since I last asked for an opinion on what would be the best movie sequel of 2011.

As of this writing, all that’s left to be shown is Breaking Dawn and M:I 4. Nonetheless, let me now give the final count as to what 87 folks said would be the best sequel of the year:

1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, P2 (46.59%)

2. The Hangover 2 (19.32%)

3. Transformers: The Dark of the Moon (18.17%)

4. Mission Impossible IV (6.82%)

5. Kung Fu Panda 2 (5.68%)

6. Breaking Dawn (3.41%)

 

So, could we just move on now, guys?

I’m putting up this new poll, as inspired by true events that happened inside a fast food restaurant here in the Metropolis. I won’t be saying the name, but in my opinion, this fast food restaurant has the most unpleasant crew, cashier, and almost every one doing “service” to people. I am saying so, because I find the same aura in almost all their stores I’ve ever been.

So, let’s see if my opinion matches those of 100 other customers:


The Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood (Chelsey’s 1st B-Day Special), P3

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #8:

KAPAG NAPUPUYAT KA, FOR NO OTHER REASON BUT JUST STARING AT YOUR BABY SLEEPING

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #7:

KAPAG SANAY KA NANG MAMILI NG DAMIT AT LARUAN NG PAMBABAE, KASI BABAE YUNG ANAK MO

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #6:

KAPAG ANG BAGO MONG HOBBY AY ANG PUMATAY NG LAMOK NA PWEDENG DUMAPO SA ANAK MO

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #5:

KAPAG BULOL KA NA RIN MAGSALITA, PARA LANG MAY KAUSAP ANG ANAK MO


The Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood (Chelsey’s 1st B-Day Special), P2

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #9:

KAPAG LAHAT NG WALLPAPERS SA PHONE, LAPTOP AT DESKTOP PC MO, EITHER COLLAGE O PORTRAIT SHOTS NG ANAK MO.


The Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood (Chelsey’s 1st B-Day Special)

Top Ten Signs That You’re Enjoying Fatherhood #10:

KAPAG ANG PROFILE PICTURE MO SA MGA SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES EH YUNG CUTE NA BABY PICTURES NG ANAK MO (that is, until it lasts).


The Annoyance That Is The NBA Lockout

The harsh reality has finally bitten two days ago–the NBA did not open as expected last November 1 due to the ensuing lockout between the owners and the players.

That means one less sports feature in cable sports channels.

That means one less source for sports news writers.

As for me, that means one less source of motivation to keep on blogging.

The truth is, it always helps to have a story to write about, especially for those coming from a country whose people are largely followers of basketball. At this time of the year, college hoops here in the Philippines have long concluded, and the pro-level basketball games here don’t carry as much hype as those in the collegiate. It is for these and many more other reasons that the NBA is expected to be rolling during this time.

But for lack of amicable agreements between the owners and their players, opening night will have to wait. That means this season will forever have a footnote accompanying it, and everything else that will transpire in whatever stretch of games it can hold from the time the season finally gets to kick-off until June.

Still, this season’s lockout is not hopeless…yet. It still is a far cry from the last time a lockout occured in the NBA 13 years ago. But as each day comes and goes without any settlement being agreed upon, the more this lockout takes a semblance of its recent precedent, if not a full copy of it. Everybody is hoping that by Christmas, we’ll be hearing Spaldings dribbling on the hardwood, swishing through nets, and rolling across the full court.

From this humble blogger to every agitated but expectant fan of the NBA, we’re hoping for the best, and expecting the worst.