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global WARNING!!!

Posted: June 22, 2011 in Daily Service

kamusta ka na? ilang linggo na rin ng mawalay tayo sa isa’t isa masyadong nagiging busy ang inyong ka tropa..o siguro aaminin ko na, walang akong maisip na maisusulat bukod sa ‘routine” ko patungo sa aking trabaho…pero gayunpaman ay magsusulat parin ako..bahala na kayo kung papatol kayo o babasahin nyo ito…

isang malamig na umaga ang bumulaga sa akin sa aking pag gising..masarap ang tulog at masrap din ang gising..agad akong bumaba para makapag hilamos at makapag sipilyo (alam kong bisyo lang paghihilamos at pagsisipilyo kaya ang sama sama ko, ang dami kong bisyo)…naghanap ako ng makakain at pandesal lang ang nakita ko sa aming hapag kainan pero ng dahil sa “diet” ako ay hindi nalang ako kumain at uminum nalang ng maligamgam na tubig pagkatapos kong mag ehersisyo (seryoso ginagawa ko ito)…isa ring dahilan kung bakit wala akong gana kumain kasi masakit ang aking lalamunan, sa hindi malaman na dahilan, hindi ko alam kung sipon nga ba ang dahilan o namamaga talaga ang aking “tonsil” sa lalamunan..ang sakit sobra lalo na kapag lumulunok ako ( alam kong walang naniniwala sa akin kasi ang iniisip nila ay pepetiks lang ako sa aming trabaho pero seryoso po ako kahit hindi halata sa mukha )..agad akong naligo, nagbihis at umalis…nakarating sa opis ng eksakto sa oras na itinakda.

para akong lalaganatin, ang sama ng pakiramdam ko, para gusto ko lang humilata sa baha mag damag pero kelangan magtrabaho para sa mga anak ko…parang lalagnatin kasi hindi pa naman sigurado kung may lagnat talaga ako..so kung parang lalagnatin ako dapat bakong uminum ng parang gamot na mabibili sa parang botika para parang gumaling na ako? ang gulo..wala akong magagawa hindi talaga kaya ng katawan ko sabi ng utak ko..kelangan kong magpahinga at magliban muna sa trabaho..siguro kasi sobrang pagod kami ng mga ka-grupo ko sa aming trabaho..napaka “workaholic” kasi e..lalong lalo na si VANESSA LAWAS (aking ka-grupo) na pati daw sa pagtulog ay napapanaginipan nya ang kanyang trabaho..kahit daw sa kanyang bakasyon o “day-off” ay hindi mawaglit sa kanyang isipan ang pag ta-trabaho..huwaran ka talga vanessa..saludo ako sa’yo!

isa rin sigurong dahilan kung bakit uso ang sakit ngayon lalo na ang sipon at ubo ay dahil na din sa pabago bagong panahon..minsan sobrang init na parang nililitson ka kapag nagbilad ka o kaya naman malamig na sobrang lamig o kaya naman maulan, na sobrang lakas naman kaya ang pagbaha sa maynila ay hindi na maiwasan, ang dami daming problema ng mundo, parusa na kaya ito ng DIYOS sa mga tao?
(ayaw kong bigyan tuon ang bagay na yan kasi sobrang hahaba ang aking kwento kung ikkwento ko ang mga iyan kasi pilipinas palang ay mapupuno na ang “page” ko kung ililista ko ang mga problema ng mga pilipino sa pulitiko)..tulad ng sabi ko..ang bilis magbago ng panahon..pwede pang gawin combo ito kasi kahapon lang ay sobrang init sa tanghali sa pagpasok ko at pagbaba ko sa sinasakyan ko ay bigla naman umulan ng malakas kaya nabasa po ako at ang dahilan ng sakit ko siguro..

“The global warming potential (GWP) depends on both the efficiency of the molecule as a greenhouse gas and its atmospheric lifetime. GWP is measured relative to the same mass of CO2 and evaluated for a specific timescale. Thus, if a gas has a high radiative forcing but also a short lifetime, it will have a large GWP on a 20 year scale but a small one on a 100 year scale. Conversely, if a molecule has a longer atmospheric lifetime than CO2 its GWP will increase with the timescale considered.”

sa tingin mo naintindihan ko? at kahit kung anu pa man ang dahilan niyan ay bahala na kayo at kung gusto nyo magkadagdag kaalaman ay magbasa nalang kayo sa wikipedia..sa tingin ko gumagawa naman tayo ng paraan para maiwasan ang global warming dito sa mundo..katulad ng “earth hour” diba na kung saan ay kelangan natin magpatay ng mga ilaw ng isang oras o mahigit pa para makatipid sa kuryente at makatipid sa pagbuga ng mga usok ng planta na gumagawa ng enerhiya..at kung merong “earth hour” bakit hindi tayo magkaroon ng “wind hour”? wind hour na kung saan kelangan nating magtipid ng hangin sa pamamagitan ng pagpigil ng hininga ng isang oras o mahigit pa para maiba naman tayo sa ibang bansa..isulong natin ito sa senado..kaya kung ako sayo titipidin ko na ang pag konsumo ng “oxygen” at tipidin mo na rin ang pagbuga ng “carbon dioxide”..

mabalik tayo sa aking pang arawan na kwento..andito parin ako sa opis at masama pa rin ang pakiramdam ko..tahimik habang pinakikinggan ang aking mga ka grupo na nag kkwentuhan at siyempre si van ay nag tatrabaho nanaman..kelangan ko ng magpaalam at kelangan ko na rin magpahinga sa clinic ng aming opisina kasama yung nars na maganda..

lagi lang pakakatandaan na walang gamot sa katangahan..magdala ng payong kahit umaraw man o umulan..

paalam langgam!


Nesta Robert “Bob” Marley, OM (6 February 1945 – 11 May 1981) was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician. He was the rhythm guitarist and lead singer for the ska, rocksteady and reggae band Bob Marley & The Wailers (1963–1981). Marley remains the most widely known and revered performer of reggae music, and is credited with helping spread both Jamaican music and the Rastafari movement to a worldwide audience.

Marley’s music was heavily influenced by the social issues of his homeland, and he is considered to have given voice to the specific political and cultural nexus of Jamaica. His best-known hits include “I Shot the Sheriff”, “No Woman, No Cry”, “Could You Be Loved”, “Stir It Up”, “Jamming”, “Redemption Song”, “One Love” and, together with The Wailers, “Three Little Birds”, as well as the posthumous releases “Buffalo Soldier” and “Iron Lion Zion”. The compilation album Legend (1984), released three years after his death, is reggae’s best-selling album, going ten times Platinum (Diamond) in the U.S., and selling 25 million copies worldwide

Early life and career

Bob Marley was born in the village of Nine Mile in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica as Nesta Robert Marley. A Jamaican passport official would later swap his first and middle names. His father, Norval Sinclair Marley, was a white Jamaican of English descent whose family came from Essex, England. Norval was a captain in the Royal Marines, as well as a plantation overseer, when he married Cedella Booker, an Afro-Jamaican then 18 years old. Norval provided financial support for his wife and child, but seldom saw them, as he was often away on trips. In 1955, when Marley was 10 years old, his father died of a heart attack at age 60. Marley faced questions about his own racial identity throughout his life. He once reflected:

I don’t have prejudice against meself. My father was a white and my mother was black. Them call me half-caste or whatever. Me don’t dip on nobody’s side. Me don’t dip on the black man’s side nor the white man’s side. Me dip on God’s side, the one who create me and cause me to come from black and white.

Although Marley recognised his mixed ancestry, throughout his life and because of his beliefs, he self-identified as a black African, following the ideas of Pan-African leaders. Marley stated that his two biggest influences were the African-centered Marcus Garvey and Haile Selassie. A central theme in Bob Marley’s message was the repatriation of black people to Zion, which in his view was Ethiopia, or more generally, Africa. In songs such as “Black Survivor”, “Babylon System”, and “Blackman Redemption”, Marley sings about the struggles of blacks and Africans against oppression from the West or “Babylon”.

Marley became friends with Neville “Bunny” Livingston (later known as Bunny Wailer), with whom he started to play music. He left school at the age of 14 to make music with Joe Higgs, a local singer and devout Rastafari. At a jam session with Higgs and Livingston, Marley met Peter McIntosh (later known as Peter Tosh), who had similar musical ambitions. In 1962, Marley recorded his first two singles, “Judge Not” and “One Cup of Coffee”, with local music producer Leslie Kong. These songs, released on the Beverley’s label under the pseudonym of Bobby Martell,attracted little attention. The songs were later re-released on the box set Songs of Freedom, a posthumous collection of Marley’s work.

In 1963, Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Junior Braithwaite, Beverley Kelso, and Cherry Smith formed a ska and rocksteady group, calling themselves “The Teenagers”. They later changed their name to “The Wailing Rudeboys”, then to “The Wailing Wailers”, at which point they were discovered by record producer Coxsone Dodd, and finally to “The Wailers”. By 1966, Braithwaite, Kelso, and Smith had left The Wailers, leaving the core trio of Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer, and Peter Tosh.

In 1966, Marley married Rita Anderson, and moved near his mother’s residence in Wilmington, Delaware in the United States for a short time, during which he worked as a DuPont lab assistant and on the assembly line at a Chrysler plant, under the alias Donald Marley.

Though raised in the Catholic tradition, Marley became captivated by Rastafarian beliefs in the 1960s, when away from his mother’s influence. Formally converted to Rastafari after returning to Jamaica, Marley began to wear his trademark dreadlocks . After a conflict with Dodd, Marley and his band teamed up with Lee “Scratch” Perry and his studio band, The Upsetters. Although the alliance lasted less than a year, they recorded what many consider The Wailers’ finest work. Marley and Perry split after a dispute regarding the assignment of recording rights, but they would remain friends and work together again. Between 1968 and 1972, Bob and Rita Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer re-cut some old tracks with JAD Records in Kingston and London in an attempt to commercialise The Wailers’ sound. Bunny later asserted that these songs “should never be released on an album … they were just demos for record companies to listen to”. Also in 1968, Bob and Rita visited the Bronx to see Johnny Nash’s songwriter Jimmy Norman. A three-day jam session with Norman and others, including Norman’s co-writer Al Pyfrom, resulted in a 24-minute tape of Marley performing several of his own and Norman-Pyfrom’s compositions. This tape is, according to Reggae archivist Roger Steffens, rare in that it was influenced by pop rather than reggae, as part of an effort to break Marley into the American charts.[19] According to an article in The New York Times, Marley experimented on the tape with different sounds, adopting a doo-wop style on “Stay With Me” and “the slow love song style of 1960’s artists” on “Splish for My Splash”. An artist yet to establish himself outside his native Jamaica, Marley lived in Ridgmount Gardens, Camden, London during 1972.

In 1972, the Wailers entered into an ill-fated deal with CBS Records and embarked on a tour with American soul singer Johnny Nash. Broke, the Wailers became stranded in London. Marley turned up at Island Records founder and producer Chris Blackwell’s London office, and asked him to advance the cost of a new single. Since Jimmy Cliff, Island’s top reggae star, had recently left the label, Blackwell was primed for a replacement. In Marley, Blackwell recognized the elements needed to snare the rock audience: “I was dealing with rock music, which was really rebel music. I felt that would really be the way to break Jamaican music. But you needed someone who could be that image. When Bob walked in he really was that image.” Blackwell told Marley he wanted The Wailers to record a complete album (essentially unheard of at the time). When Marley told him it would take between £3,000 and £4,000, Blackwell trusted him with the greater sum. Despite their “rude boy” reputation, the Wailers returned to Kingston and honored the deal, delivering the album Catch A Fire.

Primarily recorded on eight-track at Harry J’s in Kingston, Catch A Fire marked the first time a reggae band had access to a state-of-the-art studio and were accorded the same care as their rock’n’roll peers. Blackwell desired to create “more of a drifting, hypnotic-type feel than a reggae rhythm”, and restructured Marley’s mixes and arrangements. Marley travelled to London to supervise Blackwell’s overdubbing of the album, which included tempering the mix from the bass-heavy sound of Jamaican music, and omitting two tracks.

The Wailers’ first major label album, Catch a Fire was released worldwide in April 1973, packaged like a rock record with a unique Zippo lighter lift-top. Initially selling 14,000 units, it didn’t make Marley a star, but received a positive critical reception. It was followed later that year by Burnin’, which included the standout songs “Get Up, Stand Up”, and “I Shot the Sheriff”, which appealed to the ear of Eric Clapton. He recorded a cover of the track in 1974 which became a huge American hit, raising Marley’s international profile. Many Jamaicans were not keen on the new “improved” reggae sound on Catch A Fire, but the Trenchtown style of Burnin’ found fans across both reggae and rock audiences.

During this period, Blackwell gifted his Kingston residence and company headquarters at 56 Hope Road (then known as Island House) to Marley. Housing Tuff Gong Studios, the property became not only Marley’s office, but also his home.

The Wailers were scheduled to open 17 shows for the number one black act in the States, Sly and the Family Stone. After 4 shows, the band was fired because they were more popular than the acts they were opening for. The Wailers broke up in 1974 with each of the three main members pursuing solo careers. The reason for the breakup is shrouded in conjecture; some believe that there were disagreements amongst Bunny, Peter, and Bob concerning performances, while others claim that Bunny and Peter simply preferred solo work.
1974-1981
A crowd of people standing in water and listening to a band perform on stage.
Bob Marley & The Wailers live at Crystal Palace Park during the Uprising Tour

Despite the break-up, Marley continued recording as “Bob Marley & The Wailers”. His new backing band included brothers Carlton and Aston “Family Man” Barrett on drums and bass respectively, Junior Marvin and Al Anderson on lead guitar, Tyrone Downie and Earl “Wya” Lindo on keyboards, and Alvin “Seeco” Patterson on percussion. The “I Threes”, consisting of Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths, and Marley’s wife, Rita, provided backing vocals. In 1975, Marley had his international breakthrough with his first hit outside Jamaica, “No Woman, No Cry”, from the Natty Dread album. This was followed by his breakthrough album in the United States, Rastaman Vibration (1976), which spent four weeks on the Billboard Hot 100.[25] In December 1976, two days before “Smile Jamaica”, a free concert organised by the Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley in an attempt to ease tension between two warring political groups, Marley, his wife, and manager Don Taylor were wounded in an assault by unknown gunmen inside Marley’s home. Taylor and Marley’s wife sustained serious injuries, but later made full recoveries. Bob Marley received minor wounds in the chest and arm. The shooting was thought to have been politically motivated, as many felt the concert was really a support rally for Manley. Nonetheless, the concert proceeded, and an injured Marley performed as scheduled, two days after the attempt. When asked why, Marley responded, “The people who are trying to make this world worse aren’t taking a day off. How can I?” The members of the group Zap Pow, which had no radical religious or political beliefs, played as Bob Marley’s backup band before a festival crowd of 80,000 while members of The Wailers were still missing or in hiding.

Marley left Jamaica at the end of 1976, and after a month-long “recovery and writing” sojourn at the site of Chris Blackwell’s Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas, arrived in England, where he spent two years in self-imposed exile. Whilst there he recorded the albums Exodus and Kaya. Exodus stayed on the British album charts for 56 consecutive weeks. It included four UK hit singles: “Exodus”, “Waiting in Vain”, “Jamming”, and “One Love” (a rendition of Curtis Mayfield’s hit, “People Get Ready”). During his time in London, he was arrested and received a conviction for possession of a small quantity of cannabis. In 1978, Marley returned to Jamaica and performed at another political concert, the One Love Peace Concert, again in an effort to calm warring parties. Near the end of the performance, by Marley’s request, Michael Manley (leader of then-ruling People’s National Party) and his political rival Edward Seaga (leader of the opposing Jamaica Labour Party), joined each other on stage and shook hands.

Under the name Bob Marley and the Wailers eleven albums were released, four live albums and seven studio albums. The releases included Babylon by Bus, a double live album with thirteen tracks, was released in 1978 and received critical acclaim. This album, and specifically the final track “Jamming” with the audience in a frenzy, captured the intensity of Marley’s live performances.

“Marley wasn’t singing about how peace could come easily to the World but rather how hell on Earth comes too easily to too many. His songs were his memories; he had lived with the wretched, he had seen the downpressers and those whom they pressed down.”
— Mikal Gilmore, Rolling Stone Magazine

Survival, a defiant and politically charged album, was released in 1979. Tracks such as “Zimbabwe”, “Africa Unite”, “Wake Up and Live”, and “Survival” reflected Marley’s support for the struggles of Africans. His appearance at the Amandla Festival in Boston in July 1979 showed his strong opposition to South African apartheid, which he already had shown in his song “War” in 1976. In early 1980, he was invited to perform at the 17 April celebration of Zimbabwe’s Independence Day. Uprising (1980) was Bob Marley’s final studio album, and is one of his most religious productions; it includes “Redemption Song” and “Forever Loving Jah”. Confrontation, released posthumously in 1983, contained unreleased material recorded during Marley’s lifetime, including the hit “Buffalo Soldier” and new mixes of singles previously only available in Jamaica.
Final years and death
Marley perforning in at Dalymount Park in the late 1970s

At the start of the European tour, Marley injured his toe playing football. In July 1977, he was found to have acral lentiginous melanoma, a form of malignant melanoma. Despite his illness, he wished to continue touring and was in the process of scheduling a world tour in 1980. The intention was for Inner Circle to be his opening act on the tour but after their lead singer Jacob Miller died in Jamaica in March 1980 after returning from a scouting mission in Brazil this was no longer mentioned.[35] The album Uprising was released in May 1980 (produced by Chris Blackwell), on which Redemption Song is particularly considered to be about Marley coming to terms with his mortality. The band completed a major tour of Europe, where they played their biggest concert, to a hundred thousand people in Milan. After the tour Marley went to America, where he performed two shows at Madison Square Garden as part of the Uprising Tour. Shortly afterwards, his health deteriorated and he became very ill; the cancer had spread throughout his body. The rest of the tour was cancelled and Marley sought treatment at the Bavarian clinic of Josef Issels, where he received a controversial type of cancer therapy partly based on avoidance of certain foods, drinks, and other substances. After fighting the cancer without success for eight months, Marley boarded a plane for his home in Jamaica.

While flying home from Germany to Jamaica, in acceptance that he was going to die, Marley’s vital functions worsened. After landing in Miami, Florida, he was taken to the hospital for immediate medical attention. He died at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Miami (now University of Miami Hospital) on the morning of 11 May 1981, at the age of 36. The spread of melanoma to his lungs and brain caused his death. His final words to his son Ziggy were “Money can’t buy life”. Marley received a state funeral in Jamaica on 21 May 1981, which combined elements of Ethiopian Orthodoxy and Rastafari tradition.[39] He was buried in a chapel near his birthplace with his red Gibson Les Paul (some accounts say it was a Fender Stratocaster).

On May 21, 1981, Jamaican Prime Minister Edward Seaga delivered the final funeral eulogy to Marley, declaring:

His voice was an omnipresent cry in our electronic world. His sharp features, majestic looks, and prancing style a vivid etching on the landscape of our minds. Bob Marley was never seen. He was an experience which left an indelible imprint with each encounter. Such a man cannot be erased from the mind. He is part of the collective consciousness of the nation.
Personal life

Religion

Rastafari movement

Bob Marley was a member of the Rastafari movement, whose culture was a key element in the development of reggae. Bob Marley became an ardent proponent of Rastafari, taking their music out of the socially deprived areas of Jamaica and onto the international music scene. He once gave the following response, which was typical, to a question put to him during a recorded interview:

* Interviewer: “Can you tell the people what it means being a Rastafarian?”
* Bob: “I would say to the people, Be still, and know that His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia is the Almighty. Now, the Bible seh so, Babylon newspaper seh so, and I and I the children seh so. Yunno? So I don’t see how much more reveal our people want. Wha’ dem want? a white God, well God come black. True true.”

As observant Rastafari practice Ital, a diet that shuns meat, Marley was a vegetarian. According to his biographers, he affiliated with the Twelve Tribes Mansion. He was in the denomination known as “Tribe of Joseph”, because he was born in February (each of the twelve sects being composed of members born in a different month). He signified this in his album liner notes, quoting the portion from Genesis that includes Jacob’s blessing to his son Joseph. Marley was baptised by the Archbishop of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Kingston, Jamaica, on 4 November 1980.

Family

Bob Marley had a number of children: three with his wife Rita, two adopted from Rita’s previous relationships, and several others with different women. The Bob Marley official website acknowledges eleven children.

PAALAM na…

Posted: June 10, 2011 in Daily Service

isang napakalaking pagbabago ang magaganap..
ako ay magpapaalam na..
maraming salamat sa lahat..
hinding hindi ko kayo makakalimutan..

lunes ng umaga ng maganap ang napakalaking pagbabago sa utak ko..hindi ko ba alam kung bakit ko naisipan ang mga bagay bagay na iyan..basta desidido ako na gawin ang nais ko..ala-una y medya ng ako ay pumasok sa opis..tahimik..isa lang ang nasa isip..naglalaway..tinitiis..nauulol..waaaaaaaah!.parang hindi ko kaya!..hindi ko kayang hindi mag yosi..pero sabi naman ng magaling kong asawang rehistradong nars eh hindi naman daw pabigla bigla dapat..dapat paunti unti..mula sa isang kaha dapat maging kalahating kaha nalang ng sigarilyo ang maubos ko at mula sa kalahati ay limang stick nalang at mula sa limang stick ay dalawa’t kalahati nalang..hanggang sa mawala na ang aking pagkasabik sa paninigarilyo..
mag iisang linggo na rin o sabihin na naten limang araw na rin, na hindi ko pa nauubos ang isang kahang sigarilyo na nabili ko noong lunes ng hapon..parang matagumpay naman..hindi ko naman masyadong hinhanap at hindi naman ako masyadong nauulol para makapag sigarilyo lamang..siguro nagtataka ang ilan sainyo kung bakit ko biglang ititigil ang paninigarilyo..pasensya na po kayo kasi maging ako ay naguguluhan din kung bakit ako hihinto sa paninigarilyo..basta lang ba naisipan kong itigil ito..saka medyo napapadalas din kasi ang pagsakit ng tiyan ko dahil sa STRESS ULCER ko at sa pagdami masyado ng ACID sa katawan ko..ang payo ng doktor dati ay itigil ko ang paninigarilyo para mawala ito siguro mag dadalawang taon na rin ng sabihin ng doktor ito pero ngayon ko lang naisip na tama pala siya..atleast hindi pa huli ang lahat…may kasabihan nga tayong..

“it’s better LATE than PREGNANT” o di kaya naman “it’s BETTER late than LATER” diba!?

siguro yan nalang ang dahilan ko kung bakit ako titigil sa paninigarilyo kasi sumasakit na ang tiyan ko dahil sa mga asido na gawa ng paninigarilyo..gusto ko na rin sigurong mamuhay ng tahimik..yun bang
“healthy living and dirty lifestyle”
Isa rin sa mga ititgil ko ay ang ALAK..isa pa ito..isa ring sanhi kung bakit ganito ang tiyan ko..puro nalang asido..sa alak naman ay wala ako masyadong problema..kayang kayang hindi umiinum ng alak para naging totoo ang mga sabi ko sa doktor na occasionally lang ako umiinum ng alak pero dati ay puro kasinungalingan lang ang pagsabing occasionally lang ako lumalaklak kasi maniwala ka sa hindi e ayaw ko na yatang walang alkohol sa katawan ko eh..pero ang importante ay nagbago na ako..hindi na ako alcoholic pero naging sobrang acidic naman ang tiyan ko..kaya mas mapapadali ata ang pagbabago ko nito kung isasabay ko na rin ibaon sa limot ang pag yoyosi pero alam ko naman sa sarili ko na pwedeng pwede ko itong balikan kung gugustuhin ko lang..
naalala ko ang sabi sakin ng asawa ko dati..
Asawa ko: ”itigil mo na ang mga bisyo mo,yung paninigarilyo at pag iinum mo!”
Ako: “bakit!?”..
Asawa ko: “kasi ang daddy ko nga walang ka bisyo bisyo..”
Ako: “eh nasaan ba ang daddy mo..?”
Asawa ko: “namatay na..”
Ako: “huh!?..eh gusto mo rin ba akong mamatay na?”…
Nakakatakot naman pala kung mawala na lahat ng bisyo ko..parang ako ay susunod na..parang gusto ko yata magbago ng kwento dito..parang ayoko nalang itigil ang mga bisyo ko..

Sa kabila ng mga naiisip kong kakila-kilabot, kagila-gilalas ay meron pang isang sobrang nakakamangha na gagawin ko sa sarili ko…naisip ko lang din kasi na kung hindi na ako maninigarilyo at hindi na ako iinum ng alkohol ay meron na akong oras para magpapalaki ng mga muscle at magkaroon ng abs sa katawan ko..tama po ang nabasa niyo..seryoso nga ako..bakit at bakit hindi!?..
Nais ko lang pong linawin na gusto kong magpaganda ng katawan kasi gusto ko ito para sa sarili ko at wala po akong babae o kung sinu man na gusto ko lang pormahan(sana mabasa ito ng asawa ko)..pinag awayan pa namin yan, eh gusto ko lang naman magpaganda ng katawan…gusto ko lang magpaganda ng katawan para sa sarili ko lamang at hinding hindi kung sinu pa man o anu pa man na kadahilan..peksman..suman..batman..spiderman..tayuman..kailanman ( sa show ni papa jack yan )

Magpapaganda ako ng katawan para sarili ko..ayoko naman ng sobrang macho..ang gusto ko lang naman ay mag ka-hubog ang katawan ko..ayoko lang naman na may nakikitang akong sobrang taba at laman sa panglabas na anyo ng tiyan ko..ako din naman kasi ang nahihirapan..desidido na ako..ayoko ng mahirapan yumuko para mag medyas at magsapatos kasi naiipit ang aking tiyan..ayoko ng himasin ang aking tiyan pagkatapos kumain..ayoko ng magkaroon ng parang table kapag nagkakape ako sa umaga..ayoko ng mahirapan gumalaw..ayoko ng mahirapan umakyat sa hagdan..kung tutuusin ay hindi naman kalakihan ang aking tiyan at ito diba ang basehan ng pagiging tunay na lalake katulad nila fernando poe jr, daboy, at jinggoy..pero ayoko naman kasing dumating sa puntong hindi ko na kayang alagaan ang aking katawan..ayoko ng lumaki pa ang aking tiyan, yung tipong hindi mo na makikita ang iyong pag aARI sa sobrang kalakihan ng tiyan mo..paanu ko na makikita ang “tooooot” ko kung napakalaki na ng aking tiyan?..kaya naman ngayon palang ay sisimulan ko ng alisin ang sobrang balat sa aking tiyan at ipakita sa lahat na may anim na pandesal rin ako sa katawan.
Seryoso po ako..pustahan tayo..?
Tumingin tingin na ako ng mga gym sa makati na pwedeng enrollan para naman masimulan ko na ang aking pag eehersisyo. Nanjan ang gold’s gym, fitness first at kung anu anu pa pero parang gusto ko yata haluan ito ng konting martial arts katulad ng boxing, muay thai o kaya naman ay jiu jitsu kaya isa lang ang napili ko..sa punch out ako..mag boboxing ako habang nagpapaliit ng tiyan..seryoso na ako dito..bigyan mo ako ng tatlong buwan..laban!

(..gusto ko lang isingit na sa pagpapaganda ng aking katawan ay meron mga parang demonyo na parang sinsadya ang mga ito
nanjan ang MAX’s chicken all you can at gig ng FRANCO band na idol ko…tsk tsk sayang parang gusto ko ng talikuran ang pagpapaganda ng katawan..waaah!)

Kaya eto lang ang masasabi ko..paalam na sigarilyo.. paalam na alkohol.. paalam na carbohydrates.. paalam na EXTRA RICE!..paalam na sainyo..paalam na bantay..paalam na aling tekya..paalam na softdrinks.. paalam na sa mga pagkaing nakakataba…paalam na sainyong lahat….paalam na rin sa pusang laging kaaway ko(laging nagkakalat sa kusina namein ito)..paalam na sa lahat at higit sa lahat paaalam na sa sobrang taba at balat sa tiyan ko!!!

At kung ayaw mong maniwala at para narin ipakita ko sainyo kung gaanu ako ka-seryoso sa pagpapaganda ng katawan ko ay mabuti pang panuurin nyo ito…

eto pa….bicycle abs exercise…


sabi nila ang pilipino ay tunay na makukulit..yun bang paulit ulit..sabi nila ang pilipino ay tunay na makukulit..yun bang paulit ulit..sabi nila ang pilipino ay tunay na makukulit..yun bang paulit ulit..sabi nila ang pilipino ay tunay na makukulit..yun bang paulit ulit..sabi nila ang pilipino ay tunay na makukulit..yun bang paulit ulit..isa rin ito kung bakit nagkakagulo ang ating lipunan sa mga tanong na hindi masyadong pinag iisipan..ngayon ay meron akong tunay na kwento at base sa karanasan ko sa pagkain ko ng pares kagabi..

alas otso y medya ng gabi ng ako ay mag “lunch break” sa opisina..(hindi mo maiintindihan kung bakit lunch break ang tawag namin sa hapunan kung hindi ka kol senter eyjent)..tumingin tingin ako sa aming “pantry” para mag hapunan(para lubos mong maintindihan kung hindi ka kabilang sa bihirang trabaho dito-ang kol senter)…

*ang salitang pantry ay ang katumbas lang din ng isang canteen

wala akong natipuhan..bumaba ako at naghanap ng makakainan..marami sanang pagpipilian..nandyan ang mcdonalds, jollibee, mang inasal, brother’s burger at max’s restoran..pero wala akong balak kainan sa mga iyan..ang natitipuhan ng mga alaga ko ay ang pares sa may kanto..sa may kanto ng dela rosa..bagamat malayo ito ay pinagtiygaan kong lakarin ito kasi yun ang gusto kong kainan..bukod sa mura na..madumi pa..kaya saan kapa? kain na!

nakarating ako sa aking patutunguhan…umorder ako ng isang pares na may balat ng kasama..masarap na ang kain ko habang nakatayo ng meron akong napansin na isang hindi naman kagandahan na babae at sa tantsa ko ay isa rin kol senter eyjent na mag lulunch doon sa paresan..

ateng hindi kagandahan: kuya pabili nga ng isang pares

si kuyang tindero ng pares: pares ma’am?

ateng hindi kagandahan: hindi kuya..isang cheeseburger nga.

si kuyang tindero ng pares: napakamot ng ulo…

*kaming kumakain ng pares ay nagtawanan nalang..

si kuyang tindero ng pares: ma’am anu po ba talaga? kakain ba kayo?

ateng hindi kagandahan: siyempre kuya kaya nga ako nandito..

kung tutuusin napaka pilosopo ni ateng hindi kagandahan pero may kasalanan din naman si kuyang nagtitinda sa paresan..ay naku..ewan ko sainyo..makukulit talaga ang mga pilipino…at eto pa ang isang bidyo ng mga tanong na hindi masyadong pinag iisipan..

pakinggan mo nalang ang aking pagsasayaw….