Al Ghurair Centre Dub Fest 2015

Dub Fest 2015 Logo

It’s Al Ghurair’s Dub Fest 2015! Experience different street and comedy performances at Al Ghurair Centre, Deira, Dubai. This is a 1 week event, from March 19 to 28, 2015. There are shows daily so make sure to visit. I’ve seen some of the performances and it was quiet fun and entertaining! Sa mga kabayan dyan! Mag eenjoy kayo dito! Libre na, nag enjoy ka pa! O diba? Haha! Hanggang Saturday na lang to kaya punta na. I’ll try to do a review on this. But for now, this is just an invitation from one friend to another.

If you would like to see the schedules of the performers, here is the website of the event.

http://alghuraircentre.com/dubfest/index.php

~Albert

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Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

The all new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge

Welcome! Today I will be reviewing the new and awaited flagship phone of Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy S6. This time, the company’s flagship phone comes in two variants. There is the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge, which has a similar curved edge as the Note 4 Edge. But this time, both sides of the phone are curved! Questions like:

  • What are the features of these devices?
  • How about TouchWiz OS?
  • What is the cost of the device?
  • When is the release date?

Well.. we’ll get to that in a sec. First thing’s first, what are the specifications of these devices? Let’s find out.

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Are Filipinos worth dying for?

Filipinos are worth dying for.

Filipinos are worth dying for.

Filpinos are worth dying for. Ever wondered why Ninoy posed like this and why did they picked this image to be printed in the 500 bill? i don’t know with what I’m going to say next but I think this is just a theory of a teacher of mine long ago. She said that this was supposed to be an inspiration to all of us. Ninoy, all sad and down, looks as if he’s so disappointed. She said that this is how Ninoy would look like upon seeing what happened to the country and Filipinos which he said was “worth dying for”.

Ask yourselves.. Are Filipinos still worth dying for?