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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Tacsiyapo release your anger!

Are you angry? Hurt? Or just want to release your anger?

Then the Tacsiyapo wall of Isdaan located in Tarlac Philippines is the perfect place to release all that anger! We went there again on our way to Baguio to eat breakfast before we head out to our up north road trip. I first visited Tacsiyapo at Isdaan Restaurant way back 2008. Now other parts of the restaurant have also been developed like the angry birds and this elephant.

Isdaan Retaurant Tarlac

Angry Birds statues at Isdaan Tarlac

Buddha statues at Isdaan Restaurant Tarlac


“Tacsiyapo” means is a local cuss word which means “P_tang Ina” in Tagalog and “Son of a B_tch” in English. Tacsiapo is a special area in Isdaan Restaurant where you can buy mug, plates and other things like radio and TV and trow it to Tacsiyapo Wall. The wall was specially built for individuals who want to release their anger by throwing those things to the wall.

Instead of actually uttering a vulgar word at your enemy, you can just throw any ceramic item at the wall and use your imagination that you are smashing those items to your enemy! The items that you can throw on the wall are NOT free. Price range of the items starts at around 15 Pesos for a mug or a saucer, 18 Pesos for a bowl, 35 pesos for a big plate, 150 pesos for a pitcher, and the most expensive is the T.V. which costs around 2 thousand pesos!

The Tacsiyapo wall is well labeled with people’s description such as well-hated “mother/father in Law”, “ex-wife/husband”, “ex-girlfriend/boyfriend”, “alcohol, and other bad habits”, “casino”, “high-blood, arthritis”, “creditor/debtor”, “magnanakaw (thief)” and even your annoying officemates or your boss and many more. There’s even a special wall for the Isdaan restaurant employees to release their stress from annoying customers and from the looks of the wall it seems that they haven’t used it at all.

If you are really carrying that much anger inside you then you may even get tempted to buy the Television to smash it on the wall. Talking about anger management!



Wednesday, November 13, 2013

How to help Yolanda - Haiyan victims

By now, you may already know the devastation brought by typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan) in the Philippines. If you want to extend your help to the victims of this calamity here are some organizations that are currently have relief operations or efforts in the Philippines. Follow #ReliefPH to get updates on latest news on the relief operations on Philippines.

People who are in other parts of the Philippines who want to donate or extend their help can send their donations to the following organizations:

ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya http://www.abs-cbnfoundation.com/sk/
Pledge lines: (02) 411-0183, 411-0182, 411-0115

Ayala Foundation's Laging Handa Fund http://www.ayalafoundation.org/

Caritas Filipinas Foundation http://ushare.unionbankph.com/caritasfilipinas/

The MVP Tulong Kapatid Center
Address: Meralco Covered Tennis Court, Meralco Compound, Ortigas, Pasig City
Contact person: Eds Addun at 0939-9133771 or 632-8301

You can also forward your donations to the following Bank accounts:

Banco De Oro
Peso: 00-453-0018647
Dollar: 10-453-0039482

Metrobank
Peso: 151-3-041631228
Dollar: 151-2-15100218-2

Philippine National Bank
Peso: 3752 8350 0034
Dollar: 3752 8350 0042

Unionbank of the Philippines
Peso: 1015 4000 0201
Dollar: 1315 4000 0090

All Check/Cash for the account of Philippine Red Cross (Swift Codes)

Banco De Oro
BNORPHMM

Bank of the Philippine Islands
BOPIPHMM

Metrobank
MBTCPHMM

Philippine National Bank
-PNBMPHMM

Unionbank of the Philippines
-UBPHPHMM


Philippine Red Cross (http://www.redcross.org.ph/) – Although American Red Cross is accepting donations for typhoon relief, you can go directly to the Philippine Red Cross to give your donations or pledges. Philippine Red Cross group has teams on their way to Samar, Leyte and Capiz. You can follow their twitter account @philredcross to know more about relief operations.


It’s nice to know that help is pouring in the Philippines for the victims of the typhoon. For people who live in other countries, you can send your donations to organizations that currently have relief efforts directly to the Philippines affected areas.

Care (http://care.org/) – This organization is known worldwide and operates in 84 countries to fight poverty and is pledging to help by delivering aid. Follow their updates on Twitter @care

World Food Program USA (http://wfpusa.org/) –the World Food Program is concentrating on delivering food aid to the area and also pledged $2 million for the response. Donations can be made through their website or by texting the word AID to 27722 to instantly donate $10. Follow World Food Program USA updates on their Twitter account @WFPUSA

Habitat for Humanity (http://www.give2habitat.org/home) – This is one of my favorite organizations and currently they are setting up an initial base in Cebu for their “Re-Build Philippines” campaign. Follow updates on Twitter @Habitat_org

Unicef (http://www.unicef.org/) – The UN relief agency is always on the go to help and provide emergency supplies especially children needs. Donations can be made via their website or calling 1-800-FOR-KIDS. You can follow their updates on Twitter @unicefusa

Doctors Without Borders (http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/) – The organization says it’s going to focus its efforts first in the area of Leyte Province, with both personnel and relief supplies. Follow updates on Twitter @MSF_USA

Oxfam (http://www.oxfam.org/) – The Oxfam team is already on the ground of the affected areas. One team reported seeing children holding up signs saying “Help. We need water, food and medicines.”

International Rescue Committee (http://www.rescue.org/) - has launched a $10-million appeal and sent an emergency team to Manila, which has already started to work on the ground.

Please remember to donate the victim’s primary needs like food, water, clothes or blankets. You can also donate money to the different organizations that are helping the victims or you can always give help by helping them pack the donations.  

Arcan Ville and Regghie M. Orpiada

Netizens are abuzz again because of these two insensitive people who dont know how to shut their mouth especially if they dont have anything good to say!

How many times have I heard the lines "Think before you click!" and it seems that these two dont have enough gray matter to think twice before they publish such evil and heartless tweets!

You want fame? You have it! Now face the wrath of the Netizens! 

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Google Analytics Academy

I've been using Google Analytics for several years now and I admit I still havent mastered everything on this tool. Luckily Google Analytics just launched Google Analytics Academe for digital marketers and analysts to stay up-to-date and to have a more in depth understanding of Google Analytics. Google Analytics Academy can help you understand how Google Analytics works and how it can help you improve your products, services or maybe increase your sales.

Knowledge is power and the more information you know and understand about your website can help you make informed decisions by learning relevant facts or data about your website.

Whether you are an advance or new user of Google Analytics, I am sure that you will learn something new Google Analytics Academy. The Free Registration starts today, so better hurry and sign up. When you sign up you will

Unit 1 – Course overview
Unit 2 – Getting started with digital analytics
Unit 3 – Understanding and using Google Analytics data
Unit 4 – Collecting actionable data with Google Analytics
Unit 5 – Navigating Google Analytics reports
Unit 6 – Navigating Conversions reports

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Another Chito Miranda Sex Scandal

The interenet is abuzz again for another Chito Miranda sex scandal with his girlfriend Neri Naig. The reported video is around 11 minutes long and is different from the first one video which spread on the internet like wildfire last August.

Chito Miranda claimed that someone stole his hard drive that contains the private files and videos in his room.

He alreaedy apologized to his and Neri Naig's family for the leaked video.

When the first video leaked Chito Miranda filed a complaint at the National Bureau of Investigation to track down the suspect who leaked his private video with Neri Naig.