In 0rdeR to Be a ReaList y0u mUSt BeLieVE in MiraCLEs

By: Anakin the JEDI

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Friday, 7-Jan-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Representing the people's unity of Dipolog City's three (3) distinct demographics - the Christians, the Muslims and the Subanen.

The conflict is over, the results are now known.
The will of the people to get united has clearly been shown.
We should show by our thoughts, our words and our deeds
That unity is just what our country needs.
Let's all get together. Let bitterness pass.
I'll hug your elephant. You kiss my ass.


Thursday, 6-Jan-2005 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

I am sharing images inspired by the recent tragic event, the tsunami, that devastated some asian neighbors. The unbelievable magnitude of this natural disaster is at first overwhelming. But it evokes personal feelings that deserve attention as well. We each have our own relationship with loss. Sharing our pain is an important precedent to moving on with our lives. Open to all who wish to make a contribution.


Wednesday, 22-Dec-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Boat Beggars

They will ask for your loose change to throw them into the water and they will dive and swim
to collect the coins while it goes down. If you throw plenty, they'll be competing each other.
They place the coins in their mouths while still underwater specially if there are still coins

When ships arrived in Dumaguete in the early morn better expect these people to be present
as long as there is a good weather and the water is clear.

Saturday, 11-Dec-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Barbed Wire

During the Spanish American War, Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders chose to defend their
camps with the help of barbed fencing. In turn-of-the-century South Africa, five-strand
fences were linked to blockhouses sheltering British troops from the encroachment of
Boer commandos. During World War I, barbed wire was used as a military weapon. It was
a formidable barrier along the front, stretching from Switzerland to the English Channel. Even
now, barbed wire is widely used to protect and safeguard military installations and to establish
territorial boundaries. It has also emerged as a commonly recognized instrument for prisoner
confinement; the image of a corpse caught on the wires of a concentration camp fence has
become the emblem of war's ravages. Today, barbed wire is often part of the containment wall
of prisons all over the world.

Thursday, 9-Dec-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark

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