Thursday, October 9, 2014

New Site!!!!

For a revamped view of this blog, head on to:

Cathy Laine Online

See you there!

PS: I might hide some of the entries here so you all can proceed to the above link.  ;)

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Cupcaken - If you're in Cebu and you want Cupcakes!

I have previously blogged about Cupcaken here and so far it's doing quite fine. But have you been there?

A few other bloggers have been there and have, of course, posted very good reviews about the place. We want to thank them and recognize their posts about Cupcaken here:

For others that may not be aware, Cupcaken has a facebook page:

An Instagram page:

And a twitter page:

For inquiries, please drop a line see our FAQ Notes at our FB page, or shoot us an email at

Cupcaken can also be seen in Tyke's Cafe at the Mezzanine of Pier 1, Cebu Port Area.

We would like to hear from you!
  • leave a comment below if you have posts about Cupcaken
  • tag your photos in faceboook and instagram with Cupcaken with: #cupcakencebu #cupcakenofficial
  • hashtag your twitter posts with  #cupcakencebu #cupcakenofficial
  • DM or tweet us in @CupcakenCebu

Friday, October 3, 2014

Filipino ID Card - I Have Issues that need to be Clarified!!!

Saw an article in PhilStar today - House pushes issuance of 'Filipino ID Card'

1. Ok, 1 ID number for life, or until a person reaches 18. Why 18? Does that mean you get to change your entire identity when your 18?

2. "other revisions deemed necessary by the cardholder" -- so that should mean that the government should not deny changes to a person's 1-number-for-life ID just because 'deemed necessary', right?!?

3. So what if I just got that new unified ID for sss/phic/pagibig, and now this new Filipino ID? And what about those with professional license numbers? The TIN number/ID?

4. So this ID will totally scrap out the relatively newly implemented unified ID for sss/gsis/pagibig/phic, right? Which also just scrapped out that other new unification for other IDs before that I can't remember anymore -- which are half-baked plans that underwent half-baked implementations. Right?

5. Will the banks and other GOCC's and corporations stop asking for at least 2 government issued ID's as requirement? Because that's going to be weird.

Hmmm, how come, all of a sudden, there's this BIG project that can potentially make 1 or 2 or 3 major suppliers of plastic ID cards so rich starting, let's say 2015/2016? Are we fishing for supporters and financial support for 2016 because you just lost PDAF and DAP, huh Government?

But I guess I have to read that bill (House Bill 5060).
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