Thursday, August 29, 2013

The Janet Napoles Surrender Scene

DISCLAIMER: This is all my opinion. Spoof. Joke. Whatever you call it. This did not really happen. At least, that's what I think.


Janet Napoles (JN) to PNoy: Ummm, Sir, pag sumuko ako... Ummm.. Yung ano... P10 million... Hmmm.
[turns to person holding camera: kuya wag na po. Kakagising ko lang po...]

PNoy: Anong tungkol sa P10 million?

Sunday, August 25, 2013

The IMPOSSIBLE Online Contest

I've noticed a lot of online contests nowadays - they make you do the strangest things or the almost "impossible". Like how can you do or make something by using that very something that you're joining that freakin' contest for?!?

Example. To win this "so and so" gift card, Take a picture of your favorite coffee with your "so and so" gift card!

Or. Win this newest model of "blah-blah gen-something smartphone" by simply documenting 5days of your fun-filled life using the very same "blah-blah gen-something smartphone"!!!

And one more. Win the July sample gift box by posting your very own video of unboxing your...wait for it... July sample gift box!!!

Like... Huh?!? What the...?!?! 

What sorcery is this?!?!

Note to self:

Don't use facial moisturizer as eye makeup remover ever again!

Darn it, my eyes still sting.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Day 1 of 5: Five Days of Patience

I just recently downloaded these free reading plans from my Olive Tree bible (installed in my phone) and it included 5 Days of Patience. Mind you, a LOT of people I know personally would agree I need to read this first. Ha.

So here's the first part of the scripture reading for Day 1:

"My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience. But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing." (James 1:2-4)

Ok. Simply put, it says I should be happy and feel blessed that I'm being tested. Tested in ways that I should really call on the Lord to either ask for help, entrust everything to Him, or just tell Him what on earth I think is happening -- just talking, like talking to my very own dad or mom or husband or best friend -- while not really pushing for what I want but just trusting, having faith, that for whatever the results of these things are, whether His answer is a big yes, an annoying no, or an agonizing not yet, I should rest on the fact that the answer He shall give me IS the best for me and that it shall render me content and happy in the end.

So there. Day 1. Four more days. Now I'm thinking I should have started this four days ago. Haha. ;)

Accounting 101: Payment Terms or Invoice Terms. When am I supposed to Pay that?!?

Even if you're not in the accounting field, you may simply hear "terms of Payment" or "Payment terms" or "Invoice Terms" from friends or family members who are in business or working as accountants or bookkeepers.

So to get a low-down on the said terms (sorry I can't seem to let go of the term "terms"... hahaha!) here's a simple explanation of the most commonly used payment terms or terms of payment for purchases:

CBD or Cash Before Delivery – means exactly as it says, we need to pay for the item/s before they can be delivered. In other words, it’s a prepaid purchase, whether using cash or check. If using check, the check date is always BEFORE the delivery and to be given to the supplier BEFORE delivery of the item/s.

COD or Cash ON Delivery – probably the most commonly heard of all. It simply means, there will be an exchange between the company or buyer and the supplier, upon delivery, the cash or check will be immediately given to the supplier. If using check, the check date may be on or before delivery, but never after.
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PDC 7/30/45/60 Days – means a check is prepared immediately upon the approval of the Purchase Order (PO) and the said check is dated 7/30/45/60 days from the PO date. The check may be given on or before delivery, but the check date depends on the PO date. If what we mean is that the purchase is due for payment within 30 days, this is NOT the term we should use, instead we should use 30 Days Term or Nett 30 Days.

7/15/20/30/45/60/90 Days Term – as mentioned, this means that the check need not be prepared immediately, but the purchase or payable should be paid within 7/15/20/30/45/60/90 days from date of receipt or invoice date whichever is later.

Nett 7/15/20/30/45/60/90 Days   means the entire amount of the purchase is due within the said number of days. This is commonly used in combinations like 2%, 10 Days/Nett 30 which really means that if the account is paid within 10 days, you will be given 2% discount, if you choose not to pay early, then the whole amount is due within 30 days from purchase yet.

So hopefully, from this spur of the moment entry, I may have shared something of use. ^_^

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Summer's Coming

Hence the sunnies. :)

And yeah. Moi blog's up and about again. Might as well have another go at it.


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