Although month if October is not through. Yet, another typhoon Ramil ix now on its way now. hitting up the Philippines once again. Even though the Filipinos is not ye t been recover and some doesn’t have houses to stay in. And now it comes the another typhoon. What it will be now. No need to panic, calm yourself.  Just like  me I don’t know where to start. Why all these things need to happen. I mean the typhoon And other disasters we are facing of. Now then I think it’s time for us to change our life. We must be concern of our environment. But don’t you think God let all these things may happen so that  we can realized what we are going through.

Nature, as a human being in my opinion. As long as a person becomes satisfied and contented of he is now. There is a possibility that me can forget his responsibility in his life. But if  he can only realize, when all these things has change. Don’t you think will bring his faith back to his heart. And this why gives us problems because he loves us, He doesn’t want us to keep our faith for him away.

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Internet users need to pay  attention   sources of information. There is so much attention to the sources of information  that even the largest search engines may have visited only the third of all web sites. The web has  it easy for about one post information on the internet. Depending on the source, information might be very accurate or  it  might be completely wrong. The internet is  a community of institution ans individuals – some may be fair and honest, others might be holding a grudge, and others might not know what they are talking about.

This are just my thoughts and opinion of  using search engines. how about you? because all I know is not all of these data using computer is not more reliable and remain unchecked.


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Enjoy you’re sit watching? That’s good! They are the wonder girls from korea. I’m one of a fan of ms. Sandara park. Since shew was join the SCQ (Star Circle Quest) Teen Stars. \an she won as the second placer after Hero Angeles. Especially if you watched their very first movie and ms Sandara makes a big hit “in or out” from the Philippines star records I think. So now look at her she is one of the member from the popular wonder girls. They are so beautiful sexy and hot naakkzzz…
Any way I love the way they move and the timing of rhythm of the4 song as they dance coherently. Their song nobody, nobody but you is very popular and most requested. Wherever on the radio. As I can only remember my cousin she is always happy when she hear their song she follows as they sing. how fantastic isn’t it
By the way I wish them all good luck and a success for their career.

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After I Graduated


Well I think I  have to wait atleast 1 month to stay at home and then I’m going to prepare myself for work. Wish me good luck! Ooopsss… what kind of work? Mmmm…. Anything? Ofcourse it must be related of what I have studied for what I  have Learned  wow Its so nice. Do you think I’m ready for anything? Anything, that I can be part of… By the way I am trully happy because I am now in College and soon I will be graduated, So ho about you Are you happy for me too? I guess so,, .Well it seems I tried to do everything and now all the sacrifices I have done. It all blooms like the flower that I have been waited for so a flower that I always care that blooms so wonderfull that anyone can attract the amazing pretals of it. So magnificent Isn’t it? So as you as long as you think you suffered alot or so much. There is always a good thing that is waiting for you a success which is only for you as a reward for all the things you  have done.

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Itzz me..

1_897072603lHi guyz I’m Wilfa B. Jorolan. 19 years old. 2nd year college. Taking Bachelor of  Science Computer Science Ladderized, I love surfing to the internet, I want to make my own and great blog, I mean very interesting and related to our daily life. And people also relate to my article. hahahah………

When it comes to music in all around . But when it comes to love my  heart belong to the only one, someday I want to become professional programmer, I hope…… hahahah

And also learned more about computer like creating a web page and make notepad have to design my own blog  of course I hope communicate other people in the world wide..

As being a computer Science student I wanted to explore more about computer And may knowledge about it, I want to excel and to share my knowledge to anybody who wanted to learned about computer.

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Deeds: Democrats’ national agenda has made campaign ‘tough’ Posted: October 6th, 2009 10:02 PM ET From CNN Political Producer Peter Hamby Democrat Creigh Deeds appeared at a candidate forum in northern Virginia on Tuesday. WASHINGTON (CNN) — Virginia gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds, a Democrat, argued Tuesday that the Obama administration’s contentious economic agenda has been a drag on his campaign. With slightly under a month to go until Election Day on November 3, Deeds trails Republican Bob McDonnell in the polls. McDonnell has tried to tie Deeds to some of the more controversial legislative items being debated in Washington, particularly health care reform and the union-friendly Employee Free Choice Act. “Frankly, a lot of what’s going on in Washington has made it very tough,” Deeds said in a candidate forum put on by Politico, WJLA television, Google and YouTube. “We had a very tough August because people were just uncomfortable with the spending. They were uncomfortable with a lot of the noise that was coming out of Washington, D.C.” Deeds said his campaign is now “re-framing” the race to keep a focus on Virginia issues. He told the moderators that he disagrees with Obama on “some issues” but only named one: the cap-and-trade legislation currently before Congress. He did, however, give the president points for his handling of economic crisis. “Frankly, I don’t think he’s getting enough credit right now for lots of good signs that are emerging in the economy,” he said. Filed under: Bob McDonnell • Creigh Deeds • Virginia Permalink Stimulus money for innovations in education announced Posted: October 6th, 2009 08:30 PM ET From CNN’s Sally Holland WASHINGTON (CNN) — The U.S. Department of Education is looking to give innovative school districts and non-profit organizations a share of $650 million in education stimulus money now available in a new fund, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said Tuesday. “There are many, many great ideas out there,” Duncan told reporters on a conference call announcing his department’s Investing in Innovation fund. This newest pot of education stimulus money will be allocated directly to local districts — not through state education departments — with the money going to districts that either have a program that is working and needs to be expanded, or have a new idea that needs to be developed

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The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS plans to call on President Obama to develop a national strategy to address the HIV/AIDS among blacks in the U.S., the AP/Yahoo! Canada News reports. The organization’s head, Virginia Fields, will discuss the state of HIV/AIDS in the black community on Thursday in New York City. According to the AP/Yahoo! Canada News, Fields will examine HIV/AIDS education, treatment, resources and other issues during her speech. The commission coordinates volunteer efforts among business leaders, religious leaders, elected officials and policy experts. The AP/Yahoo! Canada News reports that Obama has said that he aims to launch a strategy to address HIV/AIDS-related health disparities.

Fields’ speech comes ahead of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, which is scheduled for Feb. 72/4). The awareness day has the theme of “Black Life is Worth Saving,” and organizers aim to raise awareness about the disease and promote testing, treatment and community involvement among blacks (South West Review, 2/4). According to CDC, blacks comprise 12% of the U.S. population but account for almost half of new HIV infections and almost half of all people living with the virus in the U.S. “To turn the tide, we all must continue to confront the realities of this disease in African-American communities,” Kevin Fenton – director of CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention – said, adding, “While race itself does not increase risk, high prevalence of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases in black communities means African-Americans face a greater risk of HIV infection with each sexual encounter than other groups. Stark realities of some African-Americans’ lives — including poverty and limited access to health care — increase the likelihood of HIV infection. Stigma and homophobia also contribute to keeping HIV alive in black communities”.



AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome:

  • Acquired means you can get infected with it;
  • Immune Deficiency means a weakness in the body’s system that fights diseases.
  • Syndrome means a group of health problems that make up a disease.

AIDS is caused by a virus called HIV, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. If you get infected with HIV, your body will try to fight the infection. It will make “antibodies,” special molecules to fight HIV.

A blood test for HIV looks for these antibodies. If you have them in your blood, it means that you have HIV infection. People who have the HIV antibodies are called “HIV-Positive.” Fact Sheet 102 has more information on HIV testing.

Being HIV-positive, or having HIV disease, is not the same as having AIDS. Many people are HIV-positive but don’t get sick for many years. As HIV disease continues, it slowly wears down the immune system. Viruses, parasites, fungi and bacteria that usually don’t cause any problems can make you very sick if your immune system is damaged. These are called “opportunistic infections.” See Fact Sheet 500 for an overview of opportunistic infections

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