My BPI ePrepaid MasterCard Review

My BPI ePrepaid MasterCard Review

A friend who is living in a first world country was a bit shocked when I told her I don’t have a credit card. Then she started telling me how weird it is for people to survive without credit cards. Maybe she just overreacted. Years ago, it was difficult to buy things...

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Why You Should Wear Dreamcatchers

Why You Should Wear Dreamcatchers

  No matter how modern our ideas are, we still go back to old ideas, old beliefs though we live in different societies. I grew up in a small town influenced by different stories about aswangs (vampire-like mythical creature in Filipino folklore), anting- anting (a...

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Staying Human In An Engineered World

Staying Human In An Engineered World

(After watching a documentary entitled DNA: The Promise and the Price)  A hundred years ago, the myth about Dr. Frankenstein having spawned a new human life etched a hint that Frankenstein's creation would linger as an imaginative story only written by  Mary Shelley...

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Peter Griffin Kills Hitler

Peter Griffin Kills Hitler

(After watching X-Men First Class, remembering Magnetto as one of the boys in the death camp) World War II, until now, is still an interesting subject. Seth MacFarlane is having a good time making fun of Hitler . It’s so easy to take down Hitler in Family Guy, Peter...

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The Ugliest Type of Discrimination

The Ugliest Type of Discrimination

Racial discrimination is no longer discussed today. I must say Martin Luther King did well- no more lynching no more white robes no more hatred among races. Racism might be just another violent human reaction that is no longer considered visible- no Ku Klux Klan and...

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How Wrestlers Can Save The World

How Wrestlers Can Save The World

Just when you are already on the edge of convincing yourself that the world is becoming an annoying habitat, you happened to watch Batista, The Edge, The Undertaker and other big guys in the TV fighting in and out the ring, almost naked. Then the bells ring and the...

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