im so busy today.. so then ill reply the tags tomorrow so sorry i am busy for the preparation of our application form to take the USTET

im 16 and ill be graduating next year and going to college hahas. im taking BS in TOURISM our test would be on november 3,2008 so hopefully ill pass

OMG! then agian i have to wake up early tomorrow for our college review so far i got only 1 day to rest... right now im downloading some images in shabby princess to do my next blog layout cause ive been using this blogskin for like 2 months already....

answered a survery befor i leave

i picked this survery randomly so who cares what topic it is..

How good of a lover are you?

[] You consider yourself very romantic.
[] I've paid for a date entirely before.
[] ...and I'd do it again!
[] I don't mind buying lots of things for my sweetie.
[] If I love them, I'd tell them daily.
[/] If their favorite band came to town and they wanted to go see them with me, I'd go even if I couldn't stand the band.
[] I'd spend 100+ dollars on them for their birthday or a holiday.
[/] If they're sad, I can't sleep knowing they're upset.
[] I'd constantly compliment them.
[] If they're cold, they can have my jacket!
Total so far: 2 (haha.. normally guys do this and not girls bahh~!)

[/] When they're mad, I give them their space.
[] I'd hold the door open for them.
[/] I'd thank them whenever they did something nice for me.
[] I refrain from looking at other cute people while I'm with that special someone.
[] When I eat at their house, I try to eat as much of it as I can, even if it's nasty. Have to be polite!
[/] When "meeting the parents", I try to be on my best behavior.
[/] I would never pressure them to do something they didn't want to do.
[] If someone threatens to hurt them, they'll have to go through ME first!
[/] If they ask me for an opinion on something and I don't like it, I'll be honest but nice.
[] If my sweetie gets a haircut that I hate, I'd support them anyway.
Total so far: 4 (hahas im so not romatic~ like who cares anw)

[/] I'm very compassionate.
[/] If we hit a rough patch, I'll try to talk it out instead of just ending it.
[] If my date saw something cheap that they wanted and they had no money, I'd happily buy it for them if I had the cash.
[] I would very much enjoy a romantic, candlelit dinner with my partner.
[] I'm not afraid of commitment.
[/] I'd try to get to know their friends.
[/] If they say they need space, I'd gladly back off for a bit and give them the time they need.
[/] Cheating?! I've never done that and never will! Disgusting!
[/] I would never flirt with other people behind my significant other's back.
[] If I did cheat for some reason, I'd be so guilty and tell them immediately.
Total so far: 6

[/] I enjoy spicing up the relationship by going out on dates every once in a while instead of sitting inside.
[/] If my partner said we need to fix some things in our relationship, I'd listen and try to make amends.
[] If my partner really wanted to see a movie I thought looked totally dull, I'd go with them anyway.
[/] I'd skip seeing my favorite band live to visit my significant other in the hospital if they got hurt.
[] If someone hurts them, they hurt me too!
[] I'm the type who would randomly show up to your door with flowers and chocolates, just to say I love you. (DUUH!)
[/] I NEVER forget anniversaries!
[/] I don't care if they're in pajamas or a sexy outfit; they'd still look wonderful to me.
[] Even if they gained 100 pounds, I can still see myself loving them. (i dont think so haha )
Total so far: 5

[] I'd walk 10 miles to see them for just 10 minutes.
[] If they were moving away and I really loved them, I'd try anything to make the relationship work.
[] I've written songs/poems for a significant other before, and I'd do it again.
[/] I'd never talk about an ex in front of my sweetie. I know they wouldn't want to hear about that, unless it's bad!
[/] I wouldn't mind dressing down and using my manners to please their parents.
[] I've cooked for a lover before and I'd do it again.
[] If they got sick, I'd try to take care of them as much as possible.
[] I've written a love letter before and I'd do it again.
[] Valentine's Day is my FAVORITE holiday! Yay romance!
[] There's nothing sweeter than kissing the one you love. (toinks almost all ppl do it)
Total so far: 2

1-10: Erm... well, you definitely wouldn't make a good partner in my opinion. Why don't you try to take it up a notch or two on the romance scale?
11-20: Definitely not a great partner, but we're getting there!
21-30: In the middle. You'd make a fine partner, but there's still some room for improvement.
31-40: You're getting there! You seem to be a very romantic individual. You're not overly romantic, but that's just fine, because not everyone is looking for someone overly romantic.
41-49: Ah, you're pretty much perfect! I bet there's a line of people waiting to date you!
50: PERFECTION! If you're a guy and single, I want you ;)! Seriously, you're the ideal mate!

haha i belong to 11-20 HAHA!! so who cares~ i dont have any experience yet on being such a lovesick looney haha


Save Our Internet

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tomorrow is our nutrition month we had this contest and blah blah blah!!!! im so not myself to blog right now! all i know is that i dont know what to wear tomorrow...anw tom. me, raichelle & emerald are the ones who are responsible in decorating the table for the contest anw here something that i found in Lucy's blog


This isn't a joke not reality, actuality. I was sent in an email from one of my favorite sites visited this site for more information and its about congress shutting down our internet and pretty much taking control of what we can see and what we cannot.

Bits More INFO:
What is this about?

When we log onto the Internet, we take a lot for granted. We assume we'll be able to access any Web site we want, whenever we want, at the fastest speed, whether it's a corporate or mom-and-pop site. We assume that we can use any service we like -- watching online video, listening to podcasts, sending instant messages -- anytime we choose.

What makes all these assumptions possible is Network Neutrality.

What is Network Neutrality?

Network Neutrality -- or "Net Neutrality" for short -- is the guiding principle that preserves the free and open Internet.

Put simply, Net Neutrality means no discrimination. Net Neutrality prevents Internet providers from speeding up or slowing down Web content based on its source, ownership or destination.

Net Neutrality is the reason why the Internet has driven economic innovation, democratic participation, and free speech online. It protects the consumer's right to use any equipment, content, application or service on a non-discriminatory basis without interference from the network provider. With Net Neutrality, the network's only job is to move data -- not choose which data to privilege with higher quality service.

Learn more in Net Neutrality 101.

Who wants to get rid of Net Neutrality?

The nation's largest telephone and cable companies -- including AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and Time Warner -- want to be Internet gatekeepers, deciding which Web sites go fast or slow and which won't load at all.

They want to tax content providers to guarantee speedy delivery of their data. They want to discriminate in favor of their own search engines, Internet phone services, and streaming video -- while slowing down or blocking their competitors.

These companies have a new vision for the Internet. Instead of an even playing field, they want to reserve express lanes for their own content and services -- or those from big corporations that can afford the steep tolls -- and leave the rest of us on a winding dirt road.

The big phone and cable companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars lobbying Congress and the Federal Communications Commission to gut Net Neutrality, putting the future of the Internet at risk.

Isn't the threat to Net Neutrality just hypothetical?

No. By far the most significant evidence regarding the network owners' plans to discriminate is their stated intent to do so.

The CEOs of all the largest telecom companies have made clear their intent to build a tiered Internet with faster service for the select few companies willing or able to pay the exorbitant tolls. Network Neutrality advocates are not imagining a doomsday scenario. We are taking the telecom execs at their word.

So far, we've only seen the tip of the iceberg. But numerous examples show that without network neutrality requirements, Internet service providers will discriminate against content and competing services they don't like. This type of censorship will become the norm unless we act now. Given the chance, these gatekeepers will consistently put their own interests before the public good.

The cable and telephone companies already dominate 98 percent of the broadband access market. And when the network owners start abusing their control of the pipes, there will be nowhere else for consumers to turn.

What's at stake if we lose Net Neutrality?

The consequences of a world without Net Neutrality would be devastating. Innovation would be stifled, competition limited, and access to information restricted. Consumer choice and the free market would be sacrificed to the interests of a few corporate executives.

On the Internet, consumers are in ultimate control -- deciding between content, applications and services available anywhere, no matter who owns the network. There's no middleman. But without Net Neutrality, the Internet will look more like cable TV. Network owners will decide which channels, content and applications are available; consumers will have to choose from their menu.

The free and open Internet brings with it the revolutionary possibility that any Internet site could have the reach of a TV or radio station. The loss of Net Neutrality would end this unparalleled opportunity for freedom of expression.

The Internet has always been driven by innovation. Web sites and services succeeded or failed on their own merit. Without Net Neutrality, decisions now made collectively by millions of users will be made in corporate boardrooms. The choice we face now is whether we can choose the content and services we want, or whether the broadband barons will choose for us.

What's happening in Congress?

The SavetheInternet.com Coalition applauds the recent introduction of the bipartisan “Internet Freedom Preservation Act 2008” (HR 5353). Introduced on Feb. 12, 2008 by Reps. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) and Chip Pickering (R-Miss.), this landmark bill would protect Net Neutrality and spark a much-needed public conversation about the future of the Internet.

The new bill would enshrine Net Neutrality -- the longstanding principle that Internet service providers cannot discriminate against Web sites or services based on their source, ownership or destination -- into the Communications Act. It also requires the Federal Communications Commission to convene at least eight “broadband summits” to collect public input on policies to “promote openness, competition, innovation, and affordable, ubiquitous broadband service for all individuals in the United States.”

Big phone and cable companies like AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and Time Warner have been lobbying furiously to kill Net Neutrality. They want to exploit their gatekeeper power to decide what you can do on the Web.

But Markey and Pickering’s bill deals a blow to the gatekeepers by ensuring that the public -- not phone or cable companies -- control the fate of the Internet.

Contact Congress today. Tell your representative to support the "Internet Freedom Preservation Act 2008” (HR 5353) to make Net Neutrality the law of the land.

Who else supports Net Neutrality?

The supporters of Net Neutrality include leading high-tech companies such as Amazon.com, Earthlink, EBay, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Facebook, Skype and Yahoo. Prominent national figures such as Internet pioneer Vint Cerf, Stanford law professor Lawrence Lessig, every major Democratic presidential candidate, and FCC Commissioners Michael Copps and Jonathan Adelstein have called for stronger Net Neutrality protections.

Editorial boards at the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, Seattle Times, St. Petersburg Times and Christian Science Monitor all have urged congress to save the Internet.

What can I do to help?
Sign the SavetheInternet.com petition.
Call your members of Congress today and demand that Net Neutrality be protected.
Encourage groups you're part of to sign the "Internet Freedom Declaration of 2007".
Show your support for Internet freedom on your Web site or blog.
Tell your friends about this crucial issue before it's too late!



SOTM winners


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1st place: eggiinespiiggy
2nd place: swit-candies
3rd place: tapioca-xp
4th place: chocochoco

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i feel so sleepy every math subj.. i dunno what the hells going on but i feel my eyelids are so heavy.. actually my teacher's voice is making me sleepy.. my teacher's voice is actually loud and has this sharp note at the ending of her sentence..
hers voice is like that of a lullaby ..that actually makes me want to sleep even though im not sleepy


oblivious !!

the announcement of winners will be announced tomorrow and also the banners
sorry for the inconvenience, im kinda busy right now hope ya'll will understand


new set of smilies in my tagboard deleted the smilies like the ones the same as agnes
added new affie [www.milkypoop.co.nr]


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ATTENTION: do not rip the smilies of my blog!! find it your own on some random sites!


some people really are really too oblivious and too stubborn to notice!! which really pisses me off!! like why bother saying something that would make a person more insecure of herself/himself even if you say something like "hey you look like * ***" (ps that is just an example) LIKE DUH! does saying that thing helps a person?!?! HELL NO! your making her/him more INSECURE OF herself/hiself!!! i think ive been said by that like saying "*** **** **** * ***" i was like GET OUTTA HERE! who need you! like did i ask you to judge me like that! and i know it already!! NO NEED TO POINT IT OUT *#$&!@!!!! why is saying that to me improves myself?!?!? why bother saying it!!!! huh?!?!?! YOU ARE SOOO oblivious!!! i know my FLAWS perfectly FINE! and you dont have to say it to me and you dont have the right to JUDGE ME LIKE THAT WHEN YOU DONT EVEN KNOW ME!!!!