New WP Blog

Opened up a new WordPress blog on my site. It’s


Comments (1)

Driver’s ed for blind kids?

Mayra Ramirez scored an A in driver’s education this year, but sitting through the 10-week class felt like a bad joke to the Curie Metropolitan High School sophomore.

Ramirez is blind. She knows she’s never going to drive. She can think of a lot of things she’d rather be studying than rules of the road, but she didn’t have a choice.

This is just cruel.

Comments (1)


The World Cup! It’s just months away! I’m rooting for England because of John Terry. But France (Go Zidane!) is my second choice.

Leave a Comment


Football Gets People Talking.

I just can’t wait!

(via Gahsoon. How does he get these wonderful things?)

Comments (1)

The Religious Affiliation of Comic Book Characters

Some Top Super-Heroes

Superman : Methodist
Spider-Man : Protestant
Batman : Episcopalian/Catholic (lapsed)
Wonder Woman : Greco-Roman Classical Religion
Captain America : Protestant
The Hulk : Non-Religious
The Thing : Jewish
Daredevil : Catholic
Wolverine : former atheist
Elektra : Greek Orthodox

Leave a Comment

Friendster account leads to arrest of murder suspect

STA. ROSA CITY, Laguna – A website dedicated to social networking proved to be vital in solving a crime.

On Thursday, operatives of the National Bureau of Investigation arrested one of five suspects who allegedly shot dead four people and fatally wounded two others in San Pablo City two months ago.

Rexson Hizon, 27, was positively identified by Joey Belen, a survivor of the attack, based on pictures posted on the suspect’s Friendster account.

I wonder what kind of testimonials he has on his Friendster account…

Comments (1)

US Catholic bishops launch website vs ‘Da Vinci Code’ movie

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops launched a new website refuting key claims made in Dan Brown’s novel that are likely to be brought to the big screen in Howard’s movie, starring Tom Hanks.

“‘The Da Vinci Code’ is a mess, a riot of laughable errors and serious misstatements. Almost every page has at least one of each,” the bishops wrote on the website

Hmmm… Now if they could say the same about Genesis…

Here’s the link to the site ummmm… sited in the article.

Heh. Seems, I was right.

Leave a Comment

Older Posts »