Showing posts from April, 2008

Early Morning Irritation

I know it's too early to be annoyed or irked by other people in the workplace, but can you blame me?!

I'm not a perfectionist or anything but it just, well, took me aback when someone from the Concierge blurted out something I didn't quite like to hear this early.

To give you a background, I availed of my employee benefit and checked into the hotel - well, actually, my uncle was the one to use the room. So anyway, I've already done checking-in, and was a bit annoyed already because the darn Front Office Gal almost blew my cover with the payment thing. {This part I won't share anymore. Nyehehe} I turned around and asked ...

the Concierge Supervisor if there was anyone who he can ask to help us with the luggage. One bell service guy appeared out of nowhere, thank God, but then this grumpy Concierge Supervisor who we'll name as Wendell, blurted out "Dong, tabangi sa ni sila Dong kay kutihan raba kaayo ni..." ["Dong, help these people first 'coz the…

Do You Like What You See?

Save it then!!!

Save the Earth.



What To Do When a Monster Comes

3-Minute Management Course

Most of the time, we encounter managers, CEOs, even Presidents who do not know how to manage their people, resources, or their very own homes.

It's a good thing I checked my email today, it offered a solution short and quick enough yet frankly "dropped" the idea right on my lap. The 3-MInute Management Course.

{That is, if you can finish reading it and understand it also all within the span of three minutes! :) }

Lesson One:

An eagle was sitting on a tree resting, doing nothing. A small rabbit
saw the eagle and asked him, "Can I also sit like you and do nothing?"

The eagle answered: "Sure, why not." So, the rabbit sat on the ground
below the eagle and rested. All of a sudden, a fox appeared, jumped on
the rabbit and ate it.

Management Lesson:

To be sitting and doing nothing, you must be sitting very, very high up.


Lesson Two:

A turkey was chatting with a bull. "I would love to be able to get to
the top of …

I Just Called to Say...

"I just called to say... I love you..."

A very famous song sung by Stevie Wonder. This is just what some people would like to do, especially overseas contract workers who would just love to call their families every once in a while to keep up with updates, to ask how are the kids, to say 'I love you' to their wives/husbands, ask whether grandma has taken her medication? Has junior taken his vitamins? Has the dog given us puppies yet?

Unfortunately, calling abroad is just a cent too expensive. I think this site can help -, a site which offers prepaid phonecards for calls around the world with cheap rates. Customers can use the web site to search for best deals for calls from United States to anywhere in the world. This is especially useful for our relatives now located or assigned in the US. Or our former classmates that have wandered abroad and landed somewhere in Uncle Sam's land.

The site itself is quite user-friendly, although I think th…

You hit someone with your car, what would you do?

Gotcha. Yep, It's a survey. Go and answer it yourself and post it, if you like...

1. What do you think is your worst habit?
Procrastinating. I think this is also one of the top items in everybody's list.

2. Are you trying to quit/stop/refrain from doing it again?
Hmmm, not really... Hehehe.

3. If you could be anyone else in the world, who would it be?
Alice Walton

4. Why would you want to be that person?
She's the third richest woman in the world {says right here...}

5. A car is speeding out of control and person is in its path, would you sacrifice yourself to save that person? Why?
Umm, nope.
Just kidding. Well, maybe...
yes, but practicality bites at me - he/she can slow the car down a little, or maybe even put it to a halt.

6. How many serious relationships have you had?

7. You knew your boyfriend/girlfriend was cheating on you, what would you say to him/her?
"Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord."

8. Would you confront the other girl/boy?
I don't need to. S…

NASA Hits on a 13-Year-Old

A 13-year-old German boy recalculates the possibility of an asteroid hitting Earth and bthen alerts NASA about it. As the story goes, NASA acknowledges that he was right.

{read the rest below}

NASA already made a press release disputing the boy's calculations and denying that they agreed on his calculations of the 1-in-450 chances of the asteriod Apophis hitting the earth in April 2029 when it approaches earth. But NASA strongly denies any contact or correspondence with the boy and also emphasizes the very low probability (1 in 45,000) of an Earth impact by the asteroid Apophis in 2036.

for other details:

Facts about the Male Genitals

Due to insistent boyfriend's demand, this post has been taken down... :)

To read the details, please go to the original post... Click HERE....

Thank you.


Low on Business

I'm finding my blog stats dwindling a little right now, think i'll be cooking up something just to spike up the numbers.... Hmmm... I wonder....

Forgetting Birthdays - A Mortal Sin

I saw it in his eyes, he was sad. Not because I didn't give him a gift, not because we didn't do something really special, but because his own family didn't seem to remember. It was even made worse when my own mom called him to greet and yet his own mother never did.

I was also a little disheartened at how something so trivial at times be so important to some. This time I was given another glimpse at how fragile he really was. He was hurt. Even his relatively closest brother didn't remember.

Sometimes we neglect to think of how these little things affect other people. There are times that we think that it's ok to forget these kind of things - just a way of getting even for them not remembering you own. But personally, I think that only works for acquaintances, co-workers you seldom see, bosses who are too high-up-there to even think about things like birthdays - but for close friends, cliques, family members, even your partners, I think forgetting birthdays is a mort…

Dneero Survey... :)

Another survey thing....

Join us to earn a few more cents!!!

SM: Indifferent About Moldy Chocolates

I already received two copies of this email - the incident when a man bought chocolates from SM Supermarket and the thing had molds! The annoying thing was that the supervisor and attendants of SM were not very good with pretending they were concerned. They just stood there like it was very common. Well, maybe it is a COMMON THING FOR SM TO RECEIVE CUSTOMER COMPLAINTS REGARDING THE THINGS, ESPECIALLY FOOD ITEMS, THAT THEY SELL. They even said that they would have to talk to their supplier to resolve the issue. But I was thinking, don't they have some sort of quality control that monitors and checks the expiry dates of the things they receive from their suppliers?! Isn't that just common sense for such a big company like SM? Wake up and smell the molds!!!!

Read on below to know the details straight from the person who bought the moldy chocolate. I got these from the email that's circulating. I provided translations for my other readers.. ;)

Yung mga Cudburry na binebenta sa S…

My 301st Post

This is my three hundred first (301st) post. Yey!

I'm in church right now, accessed through Badz's Macbook and connected thru WiFi. It's the last day of our 8th World Baptist Youth Congress which has been running for about four days now and our guest speaker is Mike Wells.

You can watch the uploaded videos of the preachings in Bible Baptist Church Katipunan...


Don't Talk Back to Darth Vader!

"But don't talk back to Darth Vader.... He'll get ya!"

She is soooooo cute!!!! I wish my future daughter (or son...) can be prettier and smarter than this kid...

Hehehe... ;)