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I hate big hypocrites! [03 Dec 2006|07:36pm]

I just have to share this with everyone, I'm sorry.

Ok, you know what? One thing I hate about people are the fact that they can be so hypocritical. Well, this has been pissing me off for a while now, because while I'm getting censored for expressing my extreme dislike for a certain band, they go out and go and talk stuff that would have offended the most sensitive people and think that they can say whatever they want yet I can't say what I want to say? Isn't that hypocrisy right there?

So, I can't say what I want to say yet they can say whatever they feel they want to say? That's really screwed up. I didn't get in their cases, so why should they get in mine, which they did a few months back?

Well, I emailed this to my buddy Tinay(aka qhrizteena) about this, and you know what? I think I want to share this to everyone. After all, I'll say what I want, ain't no one stopping me.

So here's the message I wrote to Tinay about Hymn For The Tortured, Guam's favorite crap metal band...

Well, I remember a few
months ago, Andrew(guitarist for HFTT) commented on my blog,
saying that he has non death metal fan friends who
won't say the same things I said about their band's
music. Yeah, because I criticized them harshly, but
big whoop, who gives a rat's ass? Everyone is a
critic, and since they're supposed to be professional
about it, they shouldn't get mad, I mean, it's just
one person's opinions. It's like, being such a big
baby about it if Rolling Stones said their band sucks
in the magazine.

It's funny how the tried to censor me a few months
back, and now they're talking about how "I love Jesus"
is contradictory. Andrew posted that one article by some atheist who claimed that love and sacrifice don't go hand-in-hand, and if God is love,then why did he sacrifice his only Begotten Son Jesus

Of course, since Andrew considers himself as an atheist, he'd post that up, probably because he buys that crap, I wouldn't know that since I'm not Andrew.

I didn't get offended by it, but I know a lot of
Catholics, Christians, Baptists, Protestants, and
Muslims who would. It's funny how they got offended by
my remarks about their music, yet they can say things
like that that would offend any devout Christians.
Don't you think it's kind of hypocritical for them to
do that?

My reply to their comment about how "I love Jesus" is

Well.... they're stupid.

It's not contradictory. You make sacrifices for the
ones you love. Jesus sacrificed himself to deliver us
from evil. The first humans committed the first mortal
sins, and Jesus was sent to us to cleanse our souls of
it. Doesn't that mean that God is love? Yes, it does!
How is that contradicting? You can clearly see that
love is all about making sacrifices. Does this mean
that Andrew and any of the members of Hymn For The
Tortured wouldn't sacrifice anything for their loved

Anyways, lately, I've been annoyed by their ignorance
and stupidity. I think a few weeks ago, there was a
Student Organization Drive at UOG. What it is, is
basically all these UOG clubs try to recruit new
members. I signed up for Leland's bible club, Life In
The Son and K-UOG(UOG's college radio). Anyways, right
across us was Andrew's club, which is
a vegan club.

Veganism is the practice of being a pure vegetarian.
Basically, it's a vegetarian who completely abstain
from animal products or products that were/was tested
on animals. They won't drink milk(since it came from
cow) or eat eggs(since it came from chickens), they
won't use any materials that were tested on animals.

It really contradicts them because they wear leather
belts and shoes. Where do leather come from? They came
from animals.

Anyways, so they were passing around all these fliers
about why we should turn into vegans, because they
believe they're fighting for animal rights and
whatnot. They also bashed the meat eaters(we're
omnivores, so it includes us meat and plant eaters),
saying that if we eat chickens, we eat shit.

They then held a concert called Operations: Animal
Freedom, to raise awareness on animal rights and
cruelty. Out of all the placed they could have
performed, why the cafeteria? Yeah! They held the
concert in the school cafeteria! Most of the kids who
went to the concert aren't even vegetarians!

Anyways, in case they never did their research, vegans
are also the reason why we have retarded children and
special education classes. Apparently, most vegans
suffer from protein deficiencies, because they're not
getting enough proteins and vitamin B12, among others.
They think that you get the same things from just
eating vegetables and soy, but no, that's not
true(that's dumb).

Also, according to Andrew, 16 pounds of grains equals
to one pound of meat. Well, it may equal to one pound
of meat, but it doesn't equal to the same amount of
proteins your body needs. You can tell who's really
been doing their research, and it's not Andrew. He's
just a dumb kid.

Well, they may think they're doing positive by raising
awareness on animal rights and cruelty, but that
doesn't mean veganism is the way to go, and that
you're perform an act of cruelty by eating meat.
That's being close-minded right there. All they're
talking about are animal rights, but they failed to
mention what negative impact veganism can bring to
your child's future.

Also, they're only blaming the meat industry for
global warming. Hello! Let's be realistic here. Are
they sure? Heck no! Any industry with a FACTORY should
be blamed for as well. I mean, the smoke comes out
from the tube of a FACTORY, and it does mess with our
environment. Is it only the meat industry? NO! Even
the toy factory or clothing factory does that. They
talk about abstaining from animal products, then they
should probably consider walking around nude.

Anyways, here's a chat transcript between me and Ken,
the leader singer of Hymn For The Tortured:::
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:02 PM):
are you dissing veganism?
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:02 PM):
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:02 PM):
Beanie™ *veganism = retarded children* says (8:02 PM):
does it matter
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:03 PM):
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:03 PM):
i dont see why the hell why you would call them
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:03 PM):
what are they doing thats so wrong huh?
Beanie™ *veganism = retarded children* says (8:04 PM):
do some research
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:04 PM):
veganism is in every way positive
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:04 PM):
so shut your fucking motyuh
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:04 PM):
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:04 PM):
and even if you dont like it doesnt mean you should
call them retarded
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:04 PM):
becuase honestly how the fuck are they retarded?
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:05 PM):
come on man
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:05 PM):
grow up
Beanie™ *veganism = retarded children* says (8:05 PM):
like i said, do some research....
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:05 PM):
you are 22
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:05 PM):
i have
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:05 PM):
i read about it all the time
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:05 PM):
but honestly grow the fuck up
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:05 PM):
most immature 22 year old i know no offense
Beanie™ *veganism = retarded children* says (8:05 PM):
whatever then
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:06 PM):
so grow the fuck up man
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:06 PM):
Akeldama { OCC } says (8:06 PM):
i thought you were so called " mature" but i am proven

I thought how he reacted was really funny. I mean,
what's the big deal? HFTT can say stuff that would
offend everyone and get away with it, but when I
express what I say, they try to censor me? It's so
funny how they talk about me abusing my freedom of
speech. There's no such thing as abusing freedom of
speech; It's only considered abuse if you told someone
to shut up or you said "I'll kill you!".

Ken clearly didn't do enough research but veganism
isn't in every way, positive. It's only positive
because they only did research on animal rights, but
what about the other thing they completely left off?
There's a negative side to what the practice of
veganism can do to your future children.

I swear, these kids are stupid. They tell me to grow
up, but man, they should look at themselves. They're
like 16 to 19 years old, yet they act all childish
about everything. I mean, did I respond to them when
they talked smack about Christianity? No, I didn't.
They tell me that they have friends who aren't death
metal fans that wouldn't harshly criticize their
musical genre. Well, I have atheists friends who
wouldn't say the same kind of stuff they say, so
what's the difference? Hey, it's not my fault I'm very
opinionated. I mean, aren't they very opinionated too?
So what are they whining about? C'mon... they should
have their diapers changed.

It's so stupid,...... Whatever,


I just had to let that off. I'd probably go to one of their shows, sit in the front row, and eat a big rib platter right in front of them. How cruel can I get? We'll see, but then, it's not worth wasting my time on. They'll say whatever they want to say, I'll say mine, they can't censor me, otherwise, they're contradicting themselves. Then again, they almost always contradict themselves.

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[01 Jul 2006|10:56pm]

So i read that MYMP is coming to the US sometime in July/August. However, i have yet to find actual tour dates and places. Does anyone know when/where MYMP will be coming to the US? I really really REALLY want to go see them live.

Maraming salamat
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[28 Jun 2006|09:25pm]

Has anyone seen the movie Cavite? I know that it was playing in SF, Berkeley, SD, LA, and Seattle. Does anyone know if it is still playing in the bay area, bcuz i am kind of curious and debating whether or not to make the trip to see it.

Please, any info if it is still showing, or any input on how the film is would be greatly appreciated.
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how flips take a bath [08 Apr 2006|10:28am]

[ mood | exhausted ]


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Life's Interpretation: Charter Day Special Trilogy [24 Mar 2006|07:09pm]


I posted up the Charter Day Special installment of Life's Interpretation. Click HERE!!!

Leaving comments in that particular entry will be appreciated!

Yo [21 Feb 2006|06:06pm]

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[15 Jan 2006|02:09pm]


What: a community for Filipinos
[For]Who: anyone with a sense of humor, a cam[phone] and a personality
Where: click the banner and find out
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Join the only Filipino Rating Community on LJ. [02 Jan 2006|08:03pm]


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Just Wondering [05 Dec 2005|05:58pm]

[ mood | devious ]

Does anyone know any pick up lines in Tagalog? I was just thinking about it randomly, cuz i've never heard any. The closest thing to a pick up line i've ever said in Tagalog was "ikaw ay magandang bulaklak." haha NOt like super urgent, but if u know any plz lemme know

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*knock knock* [05 Dec 2005|04:18pm]

[ mood | confused ]

Is anyone around the Fort Lauderdale, FL area. I'm new here, and I need help on where I can find a filipino market... Pweeeeeeaaaasssseeeee!!!

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WOW! [26 Oct 2005|11:03pm]
I created this community about three years ago-- I was just fifteen. I've lived here in Vancouver half of my life, & my other half in United Arab Emirates. I'm basically only Filipino by blood. But I am still able to speak filipino fluently because there is such a massive filipino community both in Canada & UAE. Although I do not carry most traditional aspects of a so-called traditional filipino life, I'm glad to be able to experience it in some sort of way... and take those beliefs with me throughout my life.

It surprises me how people can perceive filipinos raised in a westernized culture & question their upbringing. It doesn't matter where you go or where you grew up, because our influences are so strong. It doesn't matter that you're half, quarter or even a tiny percentage filipino... you're still filipino.

I haven't been monitoring the activity on this community. But it definitely has grown. We now have 231 members, and I've been completely clueless. Thanks to everyone who has kept it alive & going through all these years.

- Mike
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Is anyone going to F.I.N.D.? [20 Oct 2005|04:10pm]

Its from Nov.4-6 in Washington, D.C.
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Pinoy and proud yo. [15 Oct 2005|11:30am]

[ mood | excited ]

THERE'S a booklet making the rounds in Metro Manila that every
Filipino who loves his country should get hold of and read, and
hopefully put the points it raises into practice, in order to help our nation...

"Twelve (12) Little Things Every Filipino Can Do To Help Our Country," by Alexander Ledesma Lacson, may be a "voice in the wilderness"; but as Fr. Ruben Tanseco, S.J. puts it, what Alex
proposes are "very concrete, practical and doable" actions for us ordinary Filipinos.

A simple enumeration of these "twelve little things" will not do justice to the work of Alex. You've got to read the whole text, but I shall try to compress a few lines for some of the items mentioned.

1. FOLLOW TRAFFIC RULES -- Why is that the most important? The answer is simple. Traffic rules are the simplest of our laws. If we learn to follow them, it will be the lowest form of national
discipline that we can develop. Since it is totally without monetary cost, it should be easy for us to comply with, and therefore should provide a good start.

2. WHENEVER YOU BUY OR PAY FOR ANYTHING, ALWAYS ASK FOR AN OFFICIAL RECEIPT. -- If a seller does not issue an official receipt when you buy a product, the seller may or may not remit the tax to the government. Without an O.R., there is no record of the sale transaction, and the tax that you paid may not be remitted to the Bureau of Internal Revenue.

3. DO NOT BUY SMUGGLED GOODS. BUY LOCAL, BUY FILIPINO -- It may not be good economics to buy 100 percent local products.What I suggest is for us to take a "50-50" buying attitude. This means that we must develop the attitude of using 50 percent of our budget for local products and the other 50 percent for imported choices.

4. WHEN YOU TALK TO OTHERS, ESPECIALLY TO FOREIGNERS, SPEAK POSITIVELY OF OUR RACE AND OUR COUNTRY. -- this is best addressed to the rich and the middle class in our country, who have contact with the outside world. It is they who talk to, dine or deal with foreigners either here or abroad. It is what they say and do which creates impressions about us among foreigners.

5. RESPECT YOUR TRAFFIC OFFICER, POLICEMAN, OFFICER, SOLDIER AND OTHER PUBLIC SERVANTS -- There is nothing like the power of respect. It makes a person proud. It makes one feel honorable. At the same time, courtesy to others is good manners. It is class and elegance and kindness. It is seeing the value and dignity in the other man. It is, in fact, a mark of a most profound education.

6. DO NOT LITTER, DISPOSE YOUR GARBAGE PROPERLY. SEGREGATE. RECYCLE. CONSERVE. -- As Louis Armstrong says in his song: "I see trees of green, red roses, too, I see them bloom for me and
you and I think to myself, what a wonderful world."

7. SUPPORT YOUR CHURCH. (or charitable/ civic organizations -- :-)

8. DURING ELECTIONS, DO YOUR SOLEMN DUTY. -- Honesty, more than a masteral or doctorate degree, is what gives credibility. And credibility is essential because it is a leader's link to the people. It is what makes the people look to one direction, follow a common vision, and perform a uniform act. In short,credibility is what makes people follow the leader.

9. PAY YOUR EMPLOYEES WELL. -- No exercise is better for the human heart than to reach down and lift someone else up. This truly defines a successful life. For success is the sum, not of our earthly possessions, but of how many times we have shown love and kindness to others.

10. PAY YOUR TAXES. -- In 2003, P83 billion was collected from individual income taxes. But 91 percent of this amount came from salaried workers from the government and private sector, people who had no choice since their income taxes were withheld mandatorily. Only P7 billion of the P83 billion came from businessmen and professionals like doctors, lawyers, accountants and architects,among others.

11. ADOPT A SCHOLAR OR ADOPT A POOR CHILD. -- You can make a difference in the future of our country by making a difference in the world of children.

12. BE A GOOD PARENT. TEACH YOUR KIDS TO FOLLOW THE LAW AND TO LOVE OUR COUNTRY. -- Today's children will someday rule and lead this world. But whether they will be bad rulers or good leaders will depend largely on how we raise them today. Our future is in
the hearts and minds of our children.

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[28 Aug 2005|03:00pm]

As much as I love good ol' Philippines... I absolutely hate the weather, especially now! Rain-shine-then rain... What the hell is up with that?! It made me sick, miss class and miss a very important test! DAmn weather! And dengue... Please help kill mosquitoes! I was in the emergency room and there were tons of kids there with dengue... It's really sad!
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[23 Aug 2005|09:02pm]

[ mood | morose ]

Feeling very iffy... Just finished watching seasons 1 & 2 of The Family Guy(it is the 'bestest' cartoon ever! Dare I say better than the Simpsons...)

 Wrote something just for the sake of trying to be productive...

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[23 Aug 2005|07:29am]

[ mood | pissed off ]

Hey there! I'm new to this community. Anyway, so I wake up, brush my teeth, make coffee and turn on the TV... what do I see? Freckin' Shampoo commercials with annoying jingles and so-called dance moves. You know, the 'bounce-bounce' song... I don't know what shampoo that is. Am I the only one who detests this kind of commercials?!

I absolutely, with so much vehemence and utter hatred, detest shampoo jingles- shampoo commercials!

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[21 Aug 2005|05:11pm]

hey all!

i'm Natalie from Australia. i have Filipino blood in me. My mother is Filipino, and is from Olongapo =) my father is a Kiwi/Aussie which makes me a mestiza. i'm 16 years old, anybody interested in chatting?
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Sup [20 Aug 2005|05:31pm]

First time posting, just wanted to say hi. I'm full Filipino both mothers and fathers side, but was born in the states so I don't have that accent going on. Yo, jw, is anyone here in MI?

anywayz, yeah, I'm done.

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MmMmmmm... Sexy. BWAHAA! [29 Jul 2005|06:59pm]

[ mood | amused ]

I came across this lovely picture.

The site claims to sell such articles. Haha! I don't know how to respond to that.

So c'mon. Who doesn't have So-en underwear!?
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Help [16 Jul 2005|11:44am]
Hi there. I'm going to vacation Philippines during the christmas season (which I'm really excited about). I live in Cagayan de Oro City in Northern Mindanao. Can anyone suggest a good vacation spot in my area that I can get there by roadtrip or by boat? I've already went to Cebu and Davao. Thanks. :)

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