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Exploring Online Gaming

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 The online gaming community is an extremely popular area for those who experience a true rush when playing video games. In addition to this, many individuals have discovered that there are numerous social advantages to participating in online gaming communities. Businesses have made millions of dollars by sponsoring this online gaming community. There are many online gaming types. In this article, you will receive an introduction to them. The first type of gaming that you can engage in on a virtual playground is that which is considered to be action and/or adventure games. With these types of games, you can find games that offer various types of situations where you must implement the use of various strategies to succeed, games that allow you to fight against computer generated characters, as well as real players from around the world. It is quite common for games of this type in online gaming communities to have a story line in which you are seeking an end resolution to. The second t

Travelling Tips for the Holidays

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Traveling is, indeed, one of the most indulging activities one could ever experience. People get to discover the most exciting beaches, the undiscovered taverns, and the virgin forests. However, along with all of these great places are the risks of getting into trouble, especially if the person is not yet familiar of the new surroundings and environment. Here’s a list of some safety tips that one can use when on travel. 1. Do the homework. Like any kind of decisions people have to make, it is always important to know the area they will be visiting so as to familiarize themselves with the laws, locations of best tourist spots, and the kind of people they have to deal with. Going to a place without having the slightest idea what it is all about is just as bad as going to the wilderness with beasts lurking everywhere and there’s no gadget to protect them. 2. Never travel alone. Of course, there are times when people just want to be alone and unwind so as to shed off all of the hust

Paincake Patrol Launches //Social Constructs

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Pinoy ambient music Artist Eeman Bulotano, the man behind Paincake Patrol is set to release his first ever EP entitled //Social Constructs, it aims to reflect the existential angst and loneliness one might experience when he or she has failed to see reason behind life. Paincake Patrol was created in 2011 out of passion for music by Bulotano with the influences from world renown ambient music innovator Brian Eno, This Ambient genre of music are usually electronic and instrumental in nature that create perfect balance between disappearance and presence, it exist long time ago but the following for this type of music is not that hype yet, some called it like soundtrack thing or instrumental kind of songs without lyrics of course. “[I want to] make music people can listen to without [them] having to ignore the person standing next to them,” says Eeman whose goal is to provide music that “makes you think, but yet somehow not [distract you] at all.” Eeman has been reco

Heneral Luna special screening on Nov 30, 2015.

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Photos from Heneral Luna Facebook page. The much talked historical biopic film Heneral Luna once again is back in Manila this coming November 30, 2015, 6pm at Meralco Theater. This is a special screening, and a fund raising event for Bagong Sistema, Bagong Pag-asa, an apolitical movement group that advocates the changing of the Philippine Constitution for the better future. The said semi-NGO group is led by former Chief Justice Reynato Puno, who is now on the verge of asking the Philippine congress before the Christmas break to approve its petition for Constitutional Convention. Bagong Sistema, Bagong Pag-Asa (BSBP) is also a membership organization with around 5,000 plus individual members and 300 to 500 thousands affiliate organization around the country.   They just started July of this year during a Summit for Change held in Club Filipino. Bagong Sistema Bagong Pag-Asa is not calling for Charter Change but the whole basic 1987 Constitutions to be revised and adopt P

Myra: Makes Me Feel Beautiful Inside Out

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Are you looking for anti aging skin care products? Have you thought of buying one? Anti aging skin care products remind me of the song ’18 till I die’. Indeed, anti aging skin care products are very popular today; and why not, who doesn’t want to look young for ever?  Talking of anti aging skin care products, the first thing that comes to mind is vitamin C based anti aging skin care products.  These products work by enabling the synthesis of collagen (a structural protein that is found in skin). This category of anti aging skin care products is related to anti-oxidants. Anti aging skin care products that are based on vitamin C are, however, posed with the danger of getting oxidised themselves (as they come into contact with air during their usage). So some anti aging skin care products are based on the derivatives of vitamin C, which are more stable and less expensive. However, the effectiveness of such anti aging skin care is not as much as it is for vitamin C based ant aging

Paglayang Minamahal, a sarswela revisit.

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The Technical Theater Batch 112 of De La Salle- College of St.Benilde recently stage its major graduating production, the Paglayang Minamahal that open last November 12 and last until Nov 15 at the School of Design and Arts Theater. This theater program is comprised mostly of students taking Bachelor of Arts Major in Technical Theater of College of St. Benilde. Paglayang Minamahal is a sarswela written and Directed by Palanca award winner George De Jesus III with the music of Jeffrey Hernandez.   Natasha Cabrera plays the role of Alodia, the barrio lass who fell in love with Mauricio, a rich ilustrado played by Jojo Riguerra. It talks about freedom from slavery that explores many levels of love usually through songs, mostly in authentic Filipino or Tagalog lyrics.   It is first written during the Philippine Centenial Celebrations in 1998 and won second prize in Sarswela category of Centennial Literary competition.   It was first produced as a stage play by Tanghalang Pilipino