Friday, March 19, 2010

HBO-Manny Pacquiao's Greatest Hits

HBO merged together Pacman's Greatest Boxing Hits in one spectacular video. Take a deep breath and experience one of boxing greatest moments. Video Courtesy of HBO.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Wonderful Music Video of Taylor Swift - Love Story

Hey..i guess you've already heard this song entitled 'Love Story' from the same girl Taylor Swift who gave you the smashing hit-'You Belong With Me'. I decided to post it here because the song literally had a very nice music video...and Taylor Swift here looks so damn i am saying hehehehe...

The Lyrics:

We were both young when I first saw you.
I close my eyes, and the flashback starts,
I'm standing there,
On the balcony in summer air.

I see the lights, see the party, the ballgowns.
See you make your way through the crowd,
And say, "Hello",
Little did I know,

That you were Romeo,
You were throwing pebbles,
And my daddy said, "Stay away from Juliet."
And I was crying on the staircase,
Begging you, "Please don't go".

And I said,
"Romeo, take me somewhere we can be alone.
I'll be waiting, all that's left to do is run.
You be the prince, and I'll be the princess,
It's a love story, baby, just say, 'yes'."

So I sneak out to the garden to see you,
We keep quiet, 'cause we're dead if he knew,
So close your eyes,
Escape this town for a little while.

'Cause you were Romeo,
I was a scarlet letter,
And my daddy said, "Stay away from Juliet."
But you were everything to me,
Begging you, "Please don't go".

And I said,
"Romeo, take me somewhere we can be alone.
I'll be waiting, all that's left to do is run.
You be the prince, and I'll be the princess,
It's a love story, baby, just say, 'yes'."

"Romeo, save me, they're trying to tell me how to feel.
This love is difficult, but it's real.
Don't be afraid, we'll make it of this mess,
It's a love story, baby, just say, 'yes'."

Well, I got tired of waiting,
Wondering if you were ever coming around.
My faith in you was fading,
When I met you on the outskirts of town.

And I said,
"Romeo, save me, I've been feeling so alone.
I keep waiting for you, but you never come.
Is this in my head,
I don't know what to think,"

You knelt to the ground,
And pulled out a ring and said,
"Marry me, Juliet, you'll never have to be alone.
I love you, and that's all I really know.
I talked to your dad, go pick out a white dress,
It's a love story, baby just say yes."

We were both young when I first saw you...

Monday, March 15, 2010

Moonriver in Violin

Wonderful violin version of Moonriver played by Xanryuen. I just love the way this girl captured the emotions of this song using her violin. Bravo!!!

video courtesy of Xanryuen

Beauty and the Voice-Geraldine "Fame" Flores on Pilipinas Got Talent

The beauty and the wonderful, emotionally-filled voice of this girl auditioned on Pilipinas Got Talent makes my heart swings in great avalanche!

Geraldine "Fame" Flores of Paranaque, Metro Manila..thank God you exist to give joy to Filipino audience hehehe...

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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Pacquiao Defeats Clottey!

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Fighting on the star, Manny Pacquiao showed once again why he is such a star.

With the biggest fight crowd in the U.S. in 17 years cheering him on at Cowboys Stadium, Pacquiao dominated a strangely passive Joshua Clottey from the opening bell Saturday night to retain his welterweight title and cement his status as the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world.

The fight wasn't close, and it was never in doubt. It was so one-sided that even those in the cheap seats among the crowd of 50,994 could tell without looking at the giant video screens over the ring that Pacquiao was in total command.

One ringside judge gave Pacquiao every round, while the two others gave him all but one. The Associated Press scored it a shutout for the Filipino sensation.

It wasn't as flashy as his knockout of Ricky Hatton or as savage as the beating he gave Oscar De La Hoya, but there was no doubt Pacquiao was in command the entire way against a fighter who kept his gloves up high in front of his face and chose to engage him only in spurts. Clottey's strategy worked to keep him upright, but he was never competitive in the biggest fight of his career.
(photo coutesy of dailyworldbuzz)

"He's a very tough opponent," Pacquiao said. "He was looking for a big shot."

Pacquiao was supposed to have been fighting Floyd Mayweather Jr. instead of Clottey, but the megafight fell apart over a dispute over blood testing. He took out any frustrations over losing the biggest fight of his career by beating up Clottey on the biggest stage of his career.

"I want that fight, the world wants that fight, but it's up to him," Pacquiao said. "I'm ready to fight any time."
(photo courtesy of

That time won't come soon. Mayweather is fighting Shane Mosley on May 1, and the earliest the two could get together would be in the fall and only if Mayweather backs off his demands for blood testing.

The fight this night was more of an event than a real competition, bringing in the biggest crowd in the U.S. for a fight since Julio Cesar Chavez fought Pernell Whitaker at the Alamodome in 1993. It paid off handsomely for Pacquiao, though, who earned at least $12 million and built on the reputation he has gained as one of the greatest fighters of his time.

Promoters not only sold out the 45,000 seats available for the bout, but added thousands more standing room only "party passes" for fans who could get a glimpse of the action and see every drop of sweat on the huge overhead screens.
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"It's one of the most incredible stories not just in boxing but anywhere," promoter Bob Arum said. "Fourteen years ago he was sleeping in a cardboard shack in the Philippines and tonight he puts 51,000 people in this palace in Dallas."

The tone of the fight was set early, with Pacquiao advancing against his taller opponent and throwing punches with both hands from all angles. It was the same style that gave him spectacular wins in his last three fights and, though Clottey was clearly the bigger fighter, he fought back only sparingly.
(photo courtesy of Reuters)

"Everything's working now," trainer Freddie Roach told Pacquiao after the third round. "It's easy."

It was easy, too, much to the delight of the crowd and much to the delight of an entire country back in Pacquiao's homeland. There, traffic came to a halt and huge numbers of Filipinos, including army troops and allied American soldiers, jammed theatres in shopping malls and military camps nationwide to root for Pacquiao. In what has now become a familiar scene, Filipinos repeatedly yelled his name and threw punches in the air after the country's boxing hero was declared the winner.
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Unlike most of Pacquiao's fights, this one lacked suspense from the opening seconds of the fight, when Clottey assumed the peek-a-boo position he would remain in except for brief spurts the entire bout.

"He has speed, I lost the fight," Clottey said. "He's fast, that's why I was taking my time."

Arum said he wasn't disappointed in the effort put out by Clottey, who was guaranteed to make at least $1.25 million.

"What was he supposed to do? If he played offense he'd get knocked out," Arum said. "I can't blame the kid for trying to wear him down."
(photo coutesy of

Clottey seemed content to hold his hands high in a peek-a-boo style through much of the early rounds, trying to pick off Pacquiao's punches and perhaps rally late. But he gave away round after round, despite landing some clean punches on the rare occasions when he would throw a combination.

"You gotta take a chance," Clottey's trainer, Lenny DeJesus, implored him after the sixth round. "You're in a fight and you gotta start taking chances."

Clottey didn't, though, and his prize was that he was the first fighter in Pacquiao's last six fights to make it to the final bell. The only suspense when it came time to announce the decision was whether the three ringside judges would give Clottey any of the rounds.

Pacquiao threw three times as many punches as Clottey, an average of 100 a round, and landed as many power shots as Clottey threw. Final punch stats showed Pacquiao landing 246 of 1,231 punches to 108 of 399 for Clottey.

Clottey had gotten the fight off a good performance in his last bout against Miguel Cotto, but he was clearly more concerned with surviving the all-out assault that Pacquiao is noted for than winning the fight.

"Joshua Clottey had the power to knock him out but was reluctant to punch," DeJesus said. "We clearly got beat. I don't think he won a round."

Roach agreed, saying he saw nothing in Clottey to win.

"He had a good defense, but defense isn't enough to win a fight," Roach said.

Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press, with link from sports ESPN

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Josephine Aton Emotional Performance on Pilipinas Got Talent

Eheem...okay my blog is not all about Pilipinas Got Talent or only for talent showcase..but can you blame us if we share to you video clips of awesome performances from ordinary individuals dreaming to reach their stars? can't because i will not allow it hahahaha....

Here's another video clip that will break any fatty heart...her name is Josephine Aton. This girl has a great voice quality...she believes she can... i believe she can be a great singer

Soul-soothing Performance - Ezra Band of Pilipinas Got Talent

An amazing, nerve shaking performance of a band auditioned on Pilipinas Got Talent. Watch...and they will surely get into your nerves hehehe...

Friday, March 12, 2010

Pacquaio VS. Clottey ( The Event ) Whos your bet?

Too much has been said from Pacman's side and Clottey's training it’s time to get down to some real business.

Hear the experts about their comment about the coming fight.

courtesy of HBO

Whose ass is Manny Pacquiao gonna kick next this time? or the other way around? Joshua Clottey is Pacman's next opponent. Looking at his pictures remind me of a cannibal movie...hmmm...just kidding hehehe...

Clottey is 33 years old and has a record of 35-3 with 20 KOs. He is a strong and tough, and he looks like he gonna kill his opponent inside the ring. He's accurate and quick too like Manny...with an awesome left hook capacity. But his last fight against Cotty lost a split decision.

and who doesn't know a Filipino fighter named Manny Pacman Pacquiao? who has been one of the most talk-of-the-town boxing hero now a days showing too much speed and knock outed a number of opponents like there's no tomorrow? Pacquiao is a very fast-handed boxer, a speedy southpaw who smash deadly to whom he can encounter.

We'll... this Sunday let's see who ass gonna blow!!!

Here's a wonderful fight trailer courtesy of OGBluemercury1

Monday, March 8, 2010

The Bloomfields - Never Let Her Slip Away

One of my favorite Filipino Band is The Bloomfields. They sound and look like the Beatles. In fact they always perform in Beatles band look attire hehehe...eheemm...i've never seen The Beatles in real life nor heard them singing live...i've seen them on history books and documentary videos.

Well..anyway back to the Bloomfields.
It is a five (5)-piece, all male band specializing in party music, with a particular emphasis on 60s' and 70s' rock and roll. The band is popular for performing songs from The Beatles, Dave Clark Five, The Who, Steely Dan,and The Beach Boys amongst other hits in their repertoire. Due to their clean-cut looks and business-like approach to their engagements, the band is highly-sought out for corporate events, weddings, and social functions. Based in Manila, the band has also gained international acclaim and have performed in countries such as Guam, Macao,and Hawaii.

Here's one of their hit revival single

Book the band for your events and corporate functions through:
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12-Year Old Awesome Performance on Pilipinas Got Talent

We love to post and share it to the world the young talents that speaks for itself, and after we posted several amazing performances weeks ago, we're back to bring you more...yeah...we mean more.

On the premiere telecast of ABS-CBN's PILIPINAS GOT TALENT, a 12-year old Jzan Vern Tero electrified the viewers with his own version of Pussycat Dolls hit "Hush Hush."

(video courtesy of dryedmangoez1)

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Bullet in Slow Motion

Cool and detailed slow motion video of a bullet passing on different objects... the ending of the first video will scare you...find out why!

Here's another video in slow motion

Eheeemmm....still can't get enough? hehehe..okay more..

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Thursday, March 4, 2010

16-year Old Amazing Voice from Pilipinas Got Talent

His name is Jovit, a 16-year old guy from the Philippines. He joined thousands of hopefuls to auditions for the show Pilipinas Got Talent. His rendition of Journey's "Faithfully" amazed the Filpino audience and even left one of the judges crying. I was amazed by the voice of this guy that left me hanging for a moment if the voice i'm hearing is really his voice. His voice is so powerful! We should watch out for this guy in the music scene. Looks like Arnel Pineda of Journey has a twin voice heheheehe....
(Note:Languages is in tagalog but there's an English subtitles)

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Pig Giving Birth on Video

Hmmmm? Have you ever seen a pig giving birth in real life? If not... well you might as well enjoy this video or give you an awkward feeling...hehehe....think twice before clicking the play button.

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Come What May (Lani Hall & Herb Alpert) Classic MTV

What i like about the old songs is the fact that they really sounds so good. The melodies are always timeless and always give me a feeling of some higher self or something..hehehehe...One of the song i love to hear is this song from Lani Hall and Herb Alpertentitled "Come What May". I've discovered this song in the old cassette tapes of my cousin wayback in the 90's. It's a wonderful song and perfectly created that makes your heart feel the warmness of a love song.

Toyota Car Timeline

Here's an interesting video about Toyota Car. It's nice to see how car designs changed through the years.

Video made by Alex, from Abby's account in youtube with user wetpaw.

Earthquake Death Toll in Chile passes 700

Santiago, Chile (CNN) -- The death toll from Saturday's 8.8-magnitude earthquake in Chile has risen to 708, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet said.

Calling it an "unthinkable disaster," Bachelet said a "state of catastrophe" in the hardest-hit regions would continue, allowing for the quick restoration of order and speedy distribution of aid.

Despite looting concerns in some areas, Bachelet said her government reached an agreement with the country's major supermarkets that would allow them to give away basic foodstuffs they have in stock to those affected by the quake.

Thirty-six hours after the massive earthquake, distribution of electricity remained a key challenge, the president said.

Chile has received many offers of international aid, and will accept the help that it needs, Bachelet said.

"This will take a great effort from all sectors, public and private," she said.

The armed forces would be available to help with security and the distribution of food, she added.

The president said she hoped that the airport in Santiago, the capital, would reopen to private, public and commercial air traffic in the coming hours.

The airline LAN Chile said that three flights left from Peru to Chile on Sunday, one of them landing in Santiago. These flights were not commercial, but were transporting Chileans stranded in Peru back to their country, LAN Chile Spokesman Roberto Davila told CNN en Español.

The quake comes at a time of transition for Chile. President-elect Sebastian Piñera, who is slated to take office in March, sought to rally spirits in an interview with Radio Bio Bio Sunday afternoon.

"Chile is a country that has been hit many times by adversity in its history and we have known in the past how to face adversity," Piñera said.

"And I hope today our character is stronger than ever."

The quake struck before dawn Saturday, toppling thousands of houses, affecting 2 million people and dealing a serious blow to one of Latin America's most stable economies.

The Chilean Red Cross reported that some 500,000 homes suffered considerable damage as a result of the quake.

More than 90 aftershocks had been recorded, ranging from 4.9 to 6.9 in magnitude.

Of the 708 reported dead as of Sunday afternoon, 541 had died in Chile's Maule region, and 64 in the Bio Bio region, both in south-central Chile.

Some 103 people died in other areas.

"I am certain that these are numbers that will continue to grow," Bachelet said.

In Concepcion, the capital of the Bio Bio region, video showed collapsed walls of buildings, now exposing twisted pieces of rebar. Whole sides of buildings were sheared off, and at least two structures caught fire. Emergency teams rescued 30 people from one collapsed building.

Let's see the video and news clips

video courtesy of RT (RussiaToday)

The country's major north-south highway was severed at multiple points; and the capital city's airport was closed after its terminal sustained major damage.

In the city of Constitucion, more than 60 bodies were found and placed in a makeshift morgue inside the gym of a local school, a federal police officer said.

Buildings lay in rubble, bridges and highway overpasses were toppled and roads buckled like crumpled paper. Mangled cars were strewn on highways, many of them resting on their roofs.

"The television fell, all the decorations fell. Everything you can imagine was on the floor," Santiago resident Juan Vivanco told CNN en Español.

Vivanco said he waited until the shaking stopped before climbing down 17 flights of stairs to exit his apartment building. At his home, as with many others in the capital, the building exterior showed few, if any, signs of damage, while inside, things were a mess.

Saturday's quake was 700 to 800 times stronger than the 7.0-magnitude quake that struck Haiti in January, leaving 212,000 people dead and more than a million homeless.

It also occurred at a greater depth -- 21.7 miles -- compared to the shallow 8.1-mile depth of the Haiti quake, which contributed to much of the damage there.

Coastal Chile has a history of deadly earthquakes, with 13 temblors of magnitude 7.0 or higher since 1973, the U.S. Geological Survey said. As a result, experts said, newer buildings are constructed to help withstand the shocks.

One major concern on Sunday was security, said the mayor of Concepcion, Jacqueline Van Rysselberghe.

Desperate residents scrounged for water and supplies inside empty and damaged supermarkets. On Sunday morning, authorities resorted to tear gas and water cannons in some instances to disperse looters.

Looting was being done not just by desperate residents, but by others who saw an opportunity to steal, Van Rysselberghe said.

In addition to food and emergency supplies, looters were taking from appliance and electronics stores, she said.

"They are robbing everything," she said, asking for a strong military response in her city to restore calm.

Some small business owners had resorted to protecting their shops with rifles and shotguns, and the current police force was inadequate, she said.

Piñera warned Sunday that looting could get worse as nightfall approaches, calling for the government's help in restoring public order.

"Tonight we will experience a very, very difficult situation with public order, particularly in the area of Concepcion," Piñera told Radio Bio Bio.

For its part, the city government was distributing water from the central plaza, Van Rysselberghe said.

Saturday's epicenter was just a few miles north of the largest earthquake recorded in the world: a magnitude 9.5 quake in May 1960 that killed 1,655 and unleashed a tsunami that crossed the Pacific.