Boys and girls, here’s the true benchmark of creativity and excellence:

Partida na, may laglag pa yan sa huli. But it wasn’t enough to take away the crown where it rightfully belongs. Besides, as they say, even the best fall down sometimes.

Congrats, UP Pep Squad: the 2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition Champions!

I recently joined the fold…

September 18, 2012

… and got into biking again!

This is my new bike – a Strida LT folding bike. Bought it used for 19.5k, including some accessories. Not bad I guess, since a new bike alone costs 24k, then the accessories may be around 3.5k.

Here’s to losing weight, to living more. :)

No to discrimination

September 15, 2012

Below is the poster that was recently uploaded in the We Want Bike Lanes in RP Movement Facebook page:

Here’s the text:

Folding Bike Pilipinas has been recognized EXCLUSIVELY by McDonalds as its accredited biking organization, allowing its members to bring in their folding bikes inside their stores.

An official FBP sticker is required to be prominently displayed on the bike before entry will be allowed.

NO FBP STICKER , NO BIKE ENTRY !

We will officially launch this arrangement on September 24, 2012 at 6:30 pm at Greenbelt McDonalds with the company representatives. All FBP members are invited to attend.

Thanks to Mr. Romy and Ms Ruth Rodriguez for making this possible . Mabuhay ang tunay na samahan..

Mabuhay ang FBP !!!!!

The initiative is just so wrong on so many levels. It’s not bike-friendly; it’s just FBP-friendly. It just shows the exclusivism mentality of the said biking group. And why divide the already small biking population?

The Yellow Noodles

August 12, 2012

An aid that came from the camp of The Messiah of the Philippines aka PNoy.

And this has nothing to do with the 2013 elections. Not.

Photo grabbed from Noynoying Facebook Page.

Happy in the present; extremely scared for the future.

Is it still wise to stick it out a bit longer?

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Hunger Games

April 2, 2012

 

Tonight marks the first time that I paid twice just to see the same movie again after watching it the day before.

The Hunger Games.

Bow.

I used to own a DSLR before but had to sell it because: 1) The gear was too heavy and big for an everyday camera; 2) Didn’t have time anymore to join photoshoots: 3) I simply lost the passion; and 4) I was funding a new project.

Now the time came that I was able to raise funds for a new camera, and I guess I’m pretty much upbeat with dabbling with this hobby again. Fortunately, there’s a new camera format which addresses the portability issue and at the same time offers image quality which can be at par with what DSLRs offer.  It’s called micro 4/3.

And so I decided to pull the trigger for a Panasonic Lumix G3. Would have went for an Olympus EP3 if budget was not an issue. Price- and feature-wise though, the G3 is probably the best bang-for-the-buck m4/3 camera in the market today.

The package I got is a white Panasonic G3 body with 14-42mm and 45-200mm zoom lenses for 39k. But I’m planning to sell the 45-200mm lens to fund a new lens purchase (20mm f/1.7!).

Can’t wait to go out and shoot with this baby! :)

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