Sexy Heels

Sexy Heels

For a woman who wanted to look and feel sexy, high-heeled shoes would surely be one of the items that could be found in her wardrobe, and being able to wear the daring stilettos would probably be one of her greatest ambition. Sexy high heels are some of the most important instrument for seduction. Men might be very interested in a girl’s looks, but a woman equipped with classy high heels— especially if she’s wearing a pair of chic stilettos— with a smart poise and the right amount of confidence would surely be able to capture any man’s attention just by walking by.
Some of the most popular heels of this age are pumps, gladiator heels, stripper heels, sexy boots and stilettos. Due to the popularity of sexy high heels, it can’t be denied that most designers are very much eager to add more styles to the vast fashion collection we can choose from. However, not all styles can be found on our local stores. But those that cannot be found in local shops are easy to locate on the internet. Shopping for shoes online is quite a good trend nowadays, where you only have to sit and do a few clicks on your computer.
It can’t be denied that we are slowly becoming more and more dependent on the internet for all the information we want because of the convenience it provides. Shopping is now easier than it was before, and one may say it is also better since the internet is providing a wider selection than your local shops and stores. Styles of shoes that you can’t find when you go to your local shoe shop now you can find them if you search for it on the internet.

You can even buy from the direct manufacturers. Aside from that, you can now find the latest vogue when you browse the net. Shopping for shoes has never been this effortless—you can take it easy and just let your personal browser do almost all the work, instead of having to go on an endless walk all over the mall to find what you need and what you want.
High heels sure could cast an enchanting charm on the one wearing them, especially on those who wear them with such poise, so that everyone watching could not help but admire at the captivating sight of the woman wearing the stylish heels. The perfect poise could be achieved through constant practice, but a little effort like that is definitely worth it.
The magic is not only in the general image: it also defines the beauty of your legs as it makes them look slimmer and more elegant, and adds a few more inches to your original height. For this reason, it is sensible to conclude that in the world of footwear fashion, these shoes would still hold the top spot for a girl’s stylish “must haves” for the many decades to come.





A Girl’s “Fell in Love Biography”

This is so very “fanny”. Ats ins. LOL! Just wanna share this with y’all to spread the fun and laughter. Enjoy reading!


I love my bolfren. We’ve been friends for a long history ago. We come from the same alma mother. Actually, our paths crossing one time on another. But it’s only now that I gave him a second look. I realized beautful is in the eyes. The pulpbits of my heart went fast, really fast. Cute pala siya. And then, he came over with me. He said, “I hope you don’t mine. Can I get your number?” Nag-worry ako. What if he doesn’t give it back? He esplain naman na it’s so we could keep intact daw. Sabi ko, “connect me if i’m wrong but are you asking me ouch?” Nabigla siya. Sagot niya, “The! Aba! Parang siya pa ang galit! Persona ingrata!!! Ang kapal niya!” So I cried buckles of tears. Na-guilty yata siya. Sabi niya, isipin mo na lang na this is a blessing in the sky. Irregardless daw of his feelings, we’ll go ouch na rin. Now, we’re so in love. Mute and epidemic na ang past. Thanks God we swallowed our fried. Kasi, I’m 33 na and I’m running our time. After 2 weeks, he plopped the question. “Will you marriage me?” Na-shocked ako and I’m in a state of calamity. Kasi mantakin mo, when it rains, it’s four! This is true good to be true. So siyempre, I said yes. Love is a many splendor. Pero nung inaayos ko na ang aming kasal, everything swell to pisces. Nag-di-dinner kami noon nang biglang sa harap ng aming table, may babaeng humirit ng, “Well, well, well. Look do we have here.” What the fuss! The nerd ng babaeng yon! She said they were still on. So I told her, whatever is that, cut me some slacks! I didn’t want this to get our hand kaya I had to sip it in the bud. She accused me of steel her bolfren. Opcors not! I don’t run her bolfren. Ats if! I don’t want to portrait the role of the other woman. Gosh, tell me to the marines! I told her, “please, mine you own business!” Who would believe her truth anyway? Dahil it’s not my problem anymore but her problem anymore, tumigil na rin siya ng panggugulo. Everything is coming up daisies. I’m so happy. Even my bolfren said liketwice. He’s so supporter. Sabi niya, “Look at is this way. She’s our of our lives.” Kaya advise ko sa inyo – take the risk. You can never can tell. Just burn the bridge when you get there. Life is shorts. If you make a mistake, we’ll just pray for the internal and external repose of your soul. I second emotion. That’s my fell in love biography.


Icopied it straight from the web but I’m not claiming any rights over it. I wanted to give credits to where credits is due, so whoever wrote this very entertaining article, just email me. I’m so sorry for copying this without asking for permission, but I don’t know who I should ask permission for since the site I copied it from had also copied it from somewhere else on the web.


Disaster Preparedness Plan: Gear Up, Be Safe

Wenger Swiss Army knife, opened.

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Nobody wants to be in a state where disaster happens yet we can’t seem to do anything to help ourselves because we didn’t expect to come upon such misfortunes. It’s not every day that we come upon a deluge, or a fire or earthquake, but as they say, it’s always better to be prepared than to find yourself helpless against the strike of calamity or accidents. Moreover, there’s no such thing as being too prepared if you’re talking about saving your life and that of your loved ones from disaster. That’s why you’ll have to arrange a disaster preparedness plan.

But preparing the plan can be overwhelming.  How do you prepare for the unexpected? Here are a few suggestions you might want to consider.

Firstly, check out what you and your family basically need. When I say basic, I mean the “food-shelter-clothing” categorization. You don’t need to worry too much on the “shelter”, since you will surely be under safe roofs if there will ever be a need for you to evacuate. To be more organized, create a checklist.  Then start organizing the necessities included in the checklist, and set aside a budget for it so that you can purchase these things.

For your food, select those which are canned or dehydrated—you will need those that won’t perish or expire soon, so check the expiration date and don’t pick those which would wither and rot. Don’t worry so much about the contents of the canned or processed goods; remember that you would only have to endure it for as long as you can’t drive to the nearest grocery store because of the flood or other calamity. Anyway, there are now a lot of processed foods that are still nutritious and healthy.

For the clothing, choose the light and comfortable clothes you have. Include blankets that are warm yet not so heavy. Seriously, you’d have to carry a lot of other heavy materials so you must take particular consideration on the weight of your load.

Don’t forget to prepare a container of water, a first aid kit, a rope, firewood, a box of match or lighter, flashlights with batteries and a few spares, an emergency knife and all other things that you think you would need in case of emergency. A Swiss knife is best for emergency so you might want to have one. Make sure that everything is the most necessary tools for survival.

Disasters can strike when you least expect it, so it would be much better if you can keep safe until the calamity subsides or until rescue comes. You can’t always count on luck to spare you from the blow. So always be prepared.


The Thrill in Ventriloquism: The Magic of Giving Life to a Puppet


Jeff Dunham and puppets

Jeff Dunham and the Gang

Although ventriloquism has been an existing entertainment for decades, it was with Jeff Dunham and Achmed, the idiot suicide bomber puppet that Jeff uses in his acts centered on terrorism, and all his other unbearably funny and cute characters that the whole world recognized the genius in the clever design in the act of talking with puppets that talk back. With that, the whole show took off to the lane of greatness.


The art of ventriloquism is not as easy as it seems, or rather it is just as hard as it looks like. In a way a ventriloquist is like being an actor on stage, but the role demands more skill than just being able to fulfill the emotions needed for the play. How can a ventriloquist make a puppet talk without moving his (the ventriloquist) mouth? The ability to do so is the most amazing feature in the act.

However, when one achieves this skill with such finesse that he can do the act with a good quality of voice and also be able to change this voice at will, then he will just have to possess a good sense of humor to get started. It is important for a ventriloquist to have the wits and the humor to pull off a good show; otherwise it will just be a blunt conversation between a doll and a guy who has his hand underneath the doll. As you can see in Dunham’s shows, humor form a huge part in making the show successful. His acts with his characters that were described by the Times as “politically incorrect, gratuitously insulting and ill tempered” are instant hits with the folks because he talks so naively to them while they are most of the times grouchy and cranky.

Aside from being able to voice out the snide that his characters make without moving his lips and having a good sense of humor, a good ventriloquist should act cool, while talking, asking, and even arguing with the character whose lines actually comes from him. And while he is at that, he must be able to exert flexibility and versatility in uttering his and his characters lines without making the show a one-man act. It is said that with constant and persistent practice it is not impossible for one to learn the art of ventriloquism.

One could very well say that ventriloquism is a magic trick where a man brings a mechanical figure to life. Ventriloquism brings the enchantment of life to a toy, and so it would seem that the fairytale puppeteer Gepetto is not the only one who can make a Pinocchio.

BPO Offshore Outsourcing: A Win-Win Strategy

Global interdependence is manifested in more areas of technology, especially in the internet. And now it is observed in strategic decisions of businesses around the world too, particularly in outsourcing. A lot of people are talking about how advantageous it is to resort to BPO offshore outsourcing services. In fact, the industry is growing at 30% with the developing countries currently leading the way. But what is it really that makes it a great decision for businessmen to outsource? In short, what makes this a good and effective strategy?

Firstly, you have the advantages of cutting down the cost of labor expenses, the time-efficiency of the BPO services, the effectiveness and quality outputs. And to sum all of that, you get an increase of profit. But all these advantages will pour into your business if you get that one major key to all of these.

It all comes down to the expert skills of the workforce of a BPO outsourcing company. All the advantages that you can get from BPO offshore outsourcing comes down to the excellent services of BPO professionals. Some developing countries who were mentioned earlier as the leaders in the BPO industry are naturally endowed with a vast pool of excellent workforce, already proficient in English whether in pen or in speech. This is especially true in India and the Philippines. Catering to the outsourced needs of foreign businesses helps boost their economy, which is why the industry is rapidly growing in these countries. The whole setup actually benefits both parties: the clients are provided with great services at lower cost, while the outsourcing market provides jobs for a huge workforce that is also continually growing each year.

This is definitely a win-win situation. Surely, despite the frustrating situation brought about by the economic recession, the world was still able to smile when IT industry made BPO offshore outsourcing possible.

UNHDR 2009

UN Human Development Report 2009

THE NEXUS: Legally Wired, Available for Release Feb. 11, 2011

The Nexus: Legally Wired

The latest issue of The Nexus will be out for release this Friday, February 11, 2011 with a new cover that features the way law and the internet and computers have integrated in today’s times.

This is probably the first time that the publication have opened the idea about the integration of the cyber world and the legal arena, so everybody are excited to know what it is all about.

Editor-in-Chief JR Lopez Gonzales has already posted the cover page of this latest The Nexus issue in the MSU- College of Law saying , “After a couple of sleepless nights, cups of coffee, stress, tight fund, and a recurring migraine. We’ll release The Nexus before the week ends.”

Indeed the work is far from being easy especially for the full-time instructor and full time student Nexus EIC Gonzales. That’s why being able to finish this issue is one of this talented guy’s “Mission Impossible” accomplishments. Under his brilliant direction and editing, and with the help of layout artist Jed Reyes’ creative hands they were able to publish this awesome addition to The Nexus publication.

The Nexus: Legally Wired features lots of new stories related to the legal arena hot from the internet such as cyber crimes, and also includes the issues on SC plagiarism, the latest activities of the college and internet sources for the law students. It also has the interview with the Assistant Dean of the College, Atty. Alizedney Ditucalan who has been known not only for his brilliant mind but also for his “cool lawyer” fashion statement, and many more.

A lot of people are already excited to have their hands on The Nexus: Legally Wired.

For those who want to grab a copy of this issue, you will have to wait until the final release. The Nexus: Legally Wired is only available for the students of College of Law-  Iligan Extension.

If you want to know more about the latest The Nexus issue or you wanted to contact with the EIC of the said publication, you can get in touch with JR Lopez Gonzales on Facebook, Twitter, or directly through his email. Read more from JR on his blog, POLITIKALON.

The Best Internet Sources for Law Students


The Nexus AY 2010-2011 cover page

Half the world is sleeping, and half the world is online. (Major in Facebook, anyone?) 🙂

Well, not every one is using the internet checking out the updates on their Facebook profiles. There are also some of us who are searching for information relevant to the study of law and the legal profession.

The internet is a huge source of digital information about virtually anything under the sun. It has become easier for us to search for the cases to read and notes to study on. It takes us only a few seconds to get the information we want since all these are only a few clicks away. But sometimes we get annoyed with our dear friend Mr. Google because of the irrelevant pages that are included on its results page. If you want to skip Google in searching for law notes, SCRA, rules of courts and case rulings, here are 5 sites that you can visit, browse and subscribe to.

  1. Supreme Court of the Philippines website – This is the main website of the judiciary department of the Philippines. Here you can find full SCRA transcripts, laws, policies, circulars, orders and rules of court, and many more updates on the legal and judiciary arena.
  2. Chan Robles Virtual Law Library – This site is one of the favorites of many law students. It contains full SCRA transcripts, past bar exam questions, past and existing laws and many other legal texts. They also provide review notes, but not all of these notes are available for free. You can also find past bar exam questions here, but not all questions have suggested answers provided on them. The Chan Robles Virtual Library is owned and managed by the Law Firm of Chan Robles and Associates.
  3. LawPhil.Net – This is my personal favorite source for full text SCRA cases. I prefer it over Chan Robles since it has a better webpage color (white and lavender). It also provides laws and updates on the judiciary department, but unlike Chan Robles it doesn’t provide notes for bar reviews.
  4. BATASNatin.Com – This is a good site to start learning all about the Philippine legal arena. It provides information both for the newbies who are trying to have a good grasp with the legal profession and the Philippine laws, and for those professionals and lawyers who are trying to sharpen and continually update themselves with what’s going-on in the judiciary system via the internet. One thing unique with BATASNatin.Com is that it allows anyone to submit relevant articles and other contributions to the site, anything related to the laws and the legal profession, such as your opinion regarding a certain policy or court decision.
  5. Scribd – This is not a site exclusively dedicated for the legal arena, but this is a great source of law reviewers and past bar exam questions, either with or without suggested answers. You can also find some documents of case digests uploaded by many Scribd users. You can download the files as PDF (Portable Document Format), MS Word or text files, depending on your preferences.

These are the 5 most popular sources but there are many other sites you can visit if you don’t want to use these sites.

Now let’s get to the “juice-ier” part. Here are the top 5 sites where you can search for case digests, and I’ll keep it short.

  1. Philippine laws and legal system — JLP-Law Blog
  2. Case Digests of Supreme Court Decisions
  3. UST Law Review
  4. Case Digest for Law Students
  5. Pinay Lawyer.Com

We have to admit that there are times that our head can’t handle dealing with the whole SCRA transcript, and a case digest helps us understand the whole thing that would have sounded to Greek to us (this is especially true for those who are beginners in the study of law). Still, as our lawyer professors would tell us, reading the whole case transcript still provides more knowledge than the case digest.

These are only few of the thousands of sites on the virtual world, so if you think that these sources can’t give you what you are looking for, you can search them up on Google or Yahoo. Remember that in searching on the internet the major skill you will need is a good amount of resourcefulness.

Hope this helps. Believe in yourself! 🙂

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