Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Labret Piercing

I was just browsing the internet awhile ago about piercings below the lips( somehow near to the chin). I really like to have this one, and there it goes. Here's the picture:

Looks cool right? Maybe this January 2010, I might go to a Piercing Parlor and let my chin punch some. LOL!

Labret Piercing is teh lurveeee <3

Sunday, December 20, 2009

To Pursue the Book

Something I Could Never Have

by Camille Layugan

Cassandra, an ordinary girl who wants to exist and allot memories before her final destination approach her life.

A promise that should end to a long term goal but fall without anything to mark.

Her fate is already in her hands, but she never look back on it.

There’s something missing in her life wherein she doesn’t even know how to put the piece on it.

Here’s the list of the chapter and its description. (Flow of the story)



Mourning Daylight

In this chapter, it will introduce the devastated Mt. Pinatubo who gives the greatest impact for Olongapo Residences. (Wealth, Prostitution, Environment)



The main character of the book. Her dreams, quotations and the start of her story.


Balance Beam

In this chapter, it will compare the different views of Rich and Poor people. The modern way of living.


Erudition Process

Facing the reality of Education, people around the administration, controversy and foes.


First Sight

Cassandra met the wrong guy. Stupidity of love. Wrong turns.


Stage of Regression

Intense feeling of an ordinary people who wants to achieve everything in her hand.


Family Fraud

Problems, reality, failure and overcome. Jealousy, unfair things and blind justice.


History Repeats

Cassandra started to write a book. Famous people. Paparazzi. Trying hard to be a superstar. Fooling the world.


The Bachelor

Cassandra was left in vain.


Toss Coin

Without the man you love but you have to move on. Karma replies to the curse.



There’s no happy ending. The start of emotional stress. The Core of Something Cassandra could never have.



Revenge shall fall to everything.


The land of Pictures

Cassandra went to Italy and started to work as a photographer.



A book to read. The last resort of Cassandra’s Promise.


Nature’s Curse

Generation had gone our way and needs to end. Ignorance will lead to death.

I could hardly believe that I'm doing this. It has been a year since I wasn't able to continue my story. A friend told me that I lost my inspiration that is why it became a crap.

Oh well.. You might think that I'm a wanna-be, but I dare you! Understand first why it was made before you bark against me.

In time...

I will..

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Happy 3rd Monthsary

18th day of September and it's also Friday like today...



and now, It's December...

I've been silent for the past three months.. and I know it's quite difficult to leave the past behind and start for a new beginning.

Sometimes when I'm alone, there are so many things that reminds me on how I got those scars in my heart.The shattered pieces of my sentiment were still bleeding and asking for remedy. I keep on running away from obscure past and still haunted up until now.

I wrote a blog today because I'm celebrating my 3rd monthsary since I fell down in a cruel manifestation.


The scenery of a slack painting is already expunged and dead. I want to bring back the sketch but it seems like it's pointless to do it. Why would I fix again the crumpled and torn paper when there are many chance to fulfill new creations.

Yes. Sometimes I miss the moments when we're both happy together but it's disturbing when the side of it were paralyzed. It's not healthy though..

Ok.. nevermind...
Nothing compares...

Let the world rotate until the cycle of life find its ways that there's another direction to move on.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

New Life

I went to Market! Market! last Friday (October 16) coz I'm going to meet Ms. Pamela and get some important things from her for my Project in PSAD. Since e-Games is having an event there together with Launching of Globe Tattoo, I decided to buy a NEW Prepaid Sim Kit.

Hahaha! Yes! I changed my Cellphone Number. Before I throw away my old Sim Card, I copied all important contact numbers to my phone then, transfer it to my new Sim.

Oh well... I totally cut off everything that may possibly connect any sort of communication to my damn futile past. Cuz some freak retard asshole is sending me parsimonious text message before.

Nevermind about those crazy gross people. They're just a piece of shit. Really.. Hahaha! Rude? Nah! They deserve to be labeled like that.

In addition with this, we requested to change our landline number. Globeliness is already working on it and it may take few weeks to process it.

New Life. New Diversity.
Yeah. My parents let me grab the opportunity that was offered from other country. Prolly, it'll be nice to fly away after graduation around October 2011. We'll be having a good deal, plans and career development for the said company who will absorb me. I decided to finish my course and have a diploma rather than going away without it.

No Education. No Future. This is the reality. We should be inspired of what education and experiences taught to us. Leave the wrong path and turn back to New You.

Why let ourselves die for nothing which is not worth to live for. Better stand instead of pulling ourselves down. Oh! FYI, apply this if you're human. Showing off to others that you're kind if you're totally inhuman? It sucks dude.

Who die now in insecurities? I have a life to live. to enjoy. to give love who deserves to be loved. to bloom. Everything change; some drawn to mud, some lift to unperturbed.

Now I can smile. laugh out loud. and most of all... I can sleep well.

Friday, October 16, 2009

The Art Of Letting Go

There are people who can walk away from you.
And hear me when I tell you this!
When people can walk away from you: let them walk.
I don't want you to try to talk another person into staying with you,
loving you, calling you, caring about you, coming to see you,
staying attached to you.
I mean hang up the phone.
When people can walk away from you let them walk.
Your destiny is never tied to anybody that left.
People leave you because they are not joined to you.
And if they are not joined to you,
you can't make them stay.
Let them go.

And it doesn't mean that they are a bad person,
it just means that their part in the story is over.
And you've got to know when people's
part in your story is over so that you
don't keep trying to raise the dead.
You've got to know when it's dead.
You've got to know when it's over.
Let me tell you something.
I've got the gift of good-bye.
It's the tenth spiritual gift,
I believe in good-bye.

It's not that I'm hateful, it's that I'm faithful,
and I know whatever God means for me to have
He'll give it to me.
And if it takes too much sweat I don't need it.
Stop begging people to stay.
Let them go!!
If you are holding on to something
that doesn't belong to you and was never intended for your life,
then you need to LET IT GO!!!

If you are holding on to past hurts and pains ..
If someone can't treat you right, love you back, and see your worth...
If someone has angered you ...
If you are holding on to some thoughts of evil and revenge ..
If you are involved in a wrong relationship or addiction
If you are holding on to a job that no longer meets your needs or
talents ..
If you have a bad attitude...
If you keep judging others to make yourself feel better...
If you're stuck in the past and God is trying to take you to a new
level in Him...
If you are struggling with the healing of a broken relationship....
If you keep trying to help someone who won't even try to help
If you're feeling depressed and stressed ......
If there is a particular situation that you are so used to handling
yourself and God is saying "take your hands off of it," then you need to...
Let the past be the past.
Forget the former things.
GOD is doing a new thing for you !!!
Get Right or Get Left . think about it, and then
coz some things are not meant for you

Thanks to Sissy Yuri for sharing this.
BTW, this is also a repost from her batchmate, Pacu. She found it in one of his notes from his Facebook account. It was originally entitled "And This Might Help".. Credits to him!

On my part, I already Let Him Go because He's not worth it. I'm just fooling myself around if I wouldn't let him go. Stupid I guess. Hahahaha.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

I LOVE YOU Baby Peter

Last Night, me and Zarah♥ were talking over the phone. We exchange some videos that we had posted in Face book Wall Posts. As our conversation goes by, I ended up watching the heart breaking case of Baby Peter.

I feel so frustrated because it's too late for me to know about what happened to this poor baby boy. Baby P has been tortured by his stepfather and taken for granted by her fool mother. I'm so sad because he was given ponderous life. He's too innocent.

If there's a chance, I'll adopt him. If he's my baby, I'll raise him filled with tender loving care.

Now, Baby P is already in the hands of angels, I know he's happy, smiling, and laughing. He's now safe. He will never be in vain anymore.

Please watch this Video:

Whose going to fight for those who can't fight for themselves?

I love you Baby P.. You're a Hero.

Friday, October 2, 2009

A time to Leave.

I receive an e-mail coming from other planet and this is my most awaited News.

Kindly click the image to enlarge.

This sounds like an opportunity after my heartbreaking moments. Or maybe, this is the way for the right path. It'll be a Good News for the sake of my career and for my future, but a bad news to leave my family, friends and foes. Hahaha.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Cover your Face!

Ok. This is all about hell. Yeah!~ This is HELL!
Sorry for those people who will read this. It's the continuation of GET A LIFE blog entry. Again, let me remind you that it contains explicit contents and not worthy to see especially for young ages.

Let me use words that may irritate your sense of hearing.
Ok? Shall we start?

Take a deep breathe and prepare to be assimilated...

Sa buong buhay ko. Hindi ko alam kung bakit ako naging isang malaking TANGA! Oo. Inaamin ko sa sarili ko na naging TANGA ako. Masama ba magMAHAL at maging TANGA sa loob ng 5-taon na akala mo yun na yon?! Nakakatawa diba? Matatawa kayo kung gaano ako naging BULAG at TANGA.

Nagmahal ako ng taong hindi naman pala TALAGA karapat-dapat para saakin. Ilang beses ko na naririnig sa mga matatanda ang mga ganitong kasabihan:

-- "Bata ka pa! Marami ka pang dapat malaman"
"Napagdaanan na namin yan, sa pagtanda mo, makikita mo sarili mo at matatawa ka nalang sa nangyari sayo -- sana nakinig ka noon pa!"

At ngayon ako'y nadapa.. Oo.. Yung tipong hindi ka na makabangon sa sarili mo dahil sa ginawa ng minahal mo ng buong buo. Ano ngayon? Wala! Isang malaking katangahan ang pagpasok ko sa 5-taong relationship.

Hindi ko alam kung paano ko ikukwento ang mga pananakit - pambubugbog n'ya saakin. Minsan nga'y ako'y sinakal n'ya. Sinampal sampal ako sa harap ng kanyang ina. Sinuntok ako hanggang sa magkapasa. Nagpakatanga ako sa sarili ko. Tinapakan ang pagkababae ko pero pilit ko parin s'yang minahal. Dahil iniisip ko, na balang araw, maiisip din n'ya na mali ang mga ginagawa n'ya. Umaasa ako na may isang bukas na matututo s'yang magpahalaga ng taong nagmamahal sa kanya ng tunay.

Umasa ako kaya ako naging ganito. Pero anong nangyari? Ginamit lang pala ako. Mga pananakit sa akin... Mga pasa sa braso ko, mga bakas ng kamay sa pisngi ko, mga bukol na itinago ko... Nagsinungaling ako sa mga magulang ko para pagtagkpan ang pagmamahal ko sa kanya. Pero wala...

May batas sa PagMAMAHAL? Na bawat pag-ibig na binabahagi mo sa tao ay dapat suklian din ng sapat? Wala naman diba? May batas ba sa pagiging TANGA? Nagmahal ka lang at ang nais mo lang ay maging masaya sa piling n'ya pero binaliwala lang.

Sa taong minahal ko ng buong puso ko, ngayon, anong ginagawa mo? Nagpapakasaya ka sa sarili mo. Sige. Panalo ka na.. Nakuha mo na ang lahat. Magpakasaya ka.

Ikaw pa ang malakas ang loob magsabi ng mga bagay na dapat isaloob mo na lamang? Ano ka? Nililinis mo sarili mo? at pagtakpan ang mga pang-aaping mga ginawa mo sakin?

Sa mga magulang ko na nagtatrabaho para mapagtapos ako sa pag-aaral at mabigyan ng magandang kinabukasan? Ano ang mga pinagsasabi mo sa likod nila? Sinisira mo! Eh ano naman kung nagtitinda ang tatay ko ng Nilagang Baka? Ano ba magagawa namin kung mahirap lang kami at kumakayod araw-araw para matustusan ang pangangailangan sa sarili?

Eh ikaw? Ano ba dapat mo ipagmalaki? Ang mga lupain ng ama mo? na ang mga pera ay ginagastos sa mga babaeng gamitan? Mga bahay at lupa na hindi naman permanenteng inyo? Mga kayabangan na ang pamilya n'yo ay mas angat? Mga kayabangan na mayaman kayo? NOON YON! At ang nanay mo na naghanap ng makakasama sa ibang bansa para lang masabi na hindi na kayo mahirap?! Na para ipamukha ng nanay mo na nasa ibang bansa na s'ya at hinihintay na lamang mamatay ang foreigner na kinakasama n'ya para sa kanya na ang pera? Yan ba ang pinagyayabang mo?

Ang ate mo na magaling manghiram ng mga gamit sa nanay ko? Na pagkatapos humiram ay hindi marunong magsauli? At nagtatago pa at hindi nagrereply sa txt? Yan ba ang sinasabi mong "may breeding" kayo?

Kami ay marangal, nakatira man sa ganitong lugar, marunong kami rumespeto ng mga taong pumupunta sa bahay namin. Eh ano tawag d'yan sa inyo? Papahiyain ako kapag pumupunta d'yan... Ano bang tama ang ginawa mo?

Hindi ka nga marunong sa sarili mo! Isa kang malaking INUTIL! Ako ang nagturo sayo para magtrabaho. Tinuruan kitang tumayo sa mga paa mo at tinanggap kita kung anong klaseng tao ka.Pinilit kong takpan ang mga bulag kong mata na maging lalo pang maging bulag.

Kung ibang babae lang ang naging karelasyon mo, at ginagawa mo yung mga bagay na hindi karapat dapat gawin ng isang marangal na lalaki... Malamang... matagal ka nang nasa may kaso...

Hindi mababayaran ang mga pang-aaping ginawa mo sakin. Bulag man ang hustisya. Mababayaran ito ng higit pa sa buong buhay mo. Pera? Madali yan mawala... nand'yan lang yan... pero ang kaparusahan bilang tao.. (kung tao ka man)... kahit mga HAYOP, umaako ng mabibigat na paratang sa buhay... Hindi man ngayon, may araw karin..

Ang babae -- maraming mawawala.. Oo.. Marami... Alam ko sa sarili ko na nagmahal ako ng buong buhay ko. Nagbingi bingihan sa magulang ko. Nagkasala din ako sa mga magulang ko... mas inuna pa kita kaysa sa kanila.

Kung anoman ang tinatawa mo ngayon, ay s'ya ring kabaligtaran nito.


Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Get a Life.

There are things that we don't want to happen but have to accept, things we don't want to know but have to learn, and people we can't live without but have to let go. Nothing hurts more than realizing he meant everything to you, but you meant nothing to him.

Now, I really feel the sorrow, the burden and the feeling of rejection. Depression. I am unloved. Is it only me who really feels this one? Or there are also other people who feels the same as what I am encountering right now? I can't imagine where I am really supposed to be. There are things that I want to attain but it's impossible to happen. Why is there a point that we were lost even though we know ourselves that we already did our part for the right. But then, we ended up into nothing... We were bounded into pain and cursed forever in vain.

I don't know how am I going to tell everyone how I really feel. Grief. I am forsaken. Sad.. Rejected.. Left behind from nowhere.

We have friends, we have them in times of happiness and sort of excitement. Yes, they were all our friends. Taunts. Laughs. Smiles. Jokes. Whatever... But they can't help us to overcome the ultimate sorrow we go through. The solution is only from our hands. If there's any, only advices and opinions can answer but it's still our own way to seize it. Why does the world fooling me around? Is this mandatory?

I don't know. I am confused to myself.

When rejection hurts us so much; we have the opportunity to learn about one or more of what we value in the relationship or from other person; about what we do and who are we; and most of all how people treated.

I am starting to move on. Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. It takes a couple seconds to say Hello, but forever to say Goodbye.

Friday, September 18, 2009


Hello everyone especially for ALL Filipina Citizens out there!

I wanna share you a REPUBLIC ACT that protects the RIGHTS of WOMAN and CHILDREN.
Yes! This act is very powerful - a rights for ALL existing human in this WORLD.

We have rights to fight for in order to live in justice. Don't let others step onto your soul.

Reminiscing our Law Professor in Logic at Adamson University, He shared a story about a woman who has been imprisoned for 5 years. She murdered her husband because she cannot take anymore the suffering she had been experiencing~ physical injuries. Due to loose of control, her anger burst. However, at the court, the judge minimized her sanction due to her rights as a woman. She just protected herself to escape from burden.

Got it?

Use this RA in a right way. You know your footsteps.





Section 1. Short Title.- This Act shall be known as the "Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act of 2004."

Sec. 2. Declaration of Policy.- It is hereby declared that the State values the dignity of women and children and guarantees full respect for human rights. The State also recognizes the need to protect the family and its members particularly women and children, from violence and threats to their personal safety and security.

Towards this end, the State shall exert efforts to address violence committed against women and children in keeping with the fundamental freedoms guaranteed under the Constitution and the Provisions of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the convention on the Elimination of all forms of discrimination Against Women, Convention on the Rights of the Child and other international human rights instruments of which the Philippines is a party.

Sec. 3. Definition of Terms.- As used in this Act:

(a) "Violence against women and their children" refers to any act or a series of acts committed by any person against a woman who is his wife, former wife, or against a woman with whom the person has or had a sexual or dating relationship, or with whom he has a common child, or against her child whether legitimate or illegitimate, within or without the family abode, which result in or is likely to result in physical, sexual, psychological harm or suffering, or economic abuse including threats of such acts, battery, assault, coercion, harassment or arbitrary deprivation of liberty. It includes, but is not limited to, the following acts:

A. "Physical Violence" refers to acts that include bodily or physical harm;

B. "Sexual violence" refers to an act which is sexual in nature, committed against a woman or her child. It includes, but is not limited to:

a) Rape, sexual harassment, acts of lasciviousness, treating a woman or her child as a sex object, making demeaning and sexually suggestive remarks, physically attacking the sexual parts of the victim's body, forcing her/him to watch obscene publications and indecent shows or forcing the woman or her child to do indecent acts and/or make films thereof, forcing the wife and mistress/lover to live in the conjugal home or sleep together in the same room with the abuser;

b) Acts causing or attempting to cause the victim to engage in any sexual activity by force, threat of force, physical or other harm or threat of physical or other harm or coercion;

c) Prostituting the woman or child.

C. "Psychological violence" refers to acts or omissions causing or likely to cause mental or emotional suffering of the victim such as but not limited to intimidation, harassment, stalking, damage to property, public ridicule or humiliation, repeated verbal abuse and mental infidelity. It includes causing or allowing the victim to witness the physical, sexual or psychological abuse of a member of the family to which the victim belongs, or to witness pornography in any form or to witness abusive injury to pets or to unlawful or unwanted deprivation of the right to custody and/or visitation of common children.

D. "Economic abuse" refers to acts that make or attempt to make a woman financially dependent which includes, but is not limited to the following:

1. Withdrawal of financial support or preventing the victim from engaging in any legitimate profession, occupation, business or activity, except in cases wherein the other spouse/partner objects on valid, serious and moral grounds as defined in Article 73 of the Family Code;

2. Deprivation or threat of deprivation of financial resources and the right to the use and enjoyment of the conjugal, community or property owned in common;

3. Destroying household property;

4. Controlling the victims' own money or properties or solely controlling the conjugal money or properties.

(b) "Battery" refers to an act of inflicting physical harm upon the woman or her child resulting to the physical and psychological or emotional distress.

(c) "Battered Woman Syndrome" refers to a scientifically defined pattern of psychological and behavioral symptoms found in women living in battering relationships as a result of cumulative abuse.

(d) "Stalking" refers to an intentional act committed by a person who, knowingly and without lawful justification follows the woman or her child or places the woman or her child under surveillance directly or indirectly or a combination thereof.

(e) "Dating relationship" refers to a situation wherein the parties live as husband and wife without the benefit of marriage or are romantically involved over time and on a continuing basis during the course of the relationship. A casual acquaintance or ordinary socialization between two individuals in a business or social context is not a dating relationship.

(f) "Sexual relations" refers to a single sexual act which may or may not result in the bearing of a common child.

(g) "Safe place or shelter" refers to any home or institution maintained or managed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) or by any other agency or voluntary organization accredited by the DSWD for the purposes of this Act or any other suitable place the resident of which is willing temporarily to receive the victim.

(h) "Children" refers to those below eighteen (18) years of age or older but are incapable of taking care of themselves as defined under Republic Act No. 7610. As used in this Act, it includes the biological children of the victim and other children under her care.

Sec. 4. Construction.- This Act shall be liberally construed to promote the protection and safety of victims of violence against women and their children.

Sec. 5. Acts of Violence Against Women and Their Children.- The crime of violence against women and their children is committed through any of the following acts:

(a) Causing physical harm to the woman or her child;

(b) Threatening to cause the woman or her child physical harm;

(c) Attempting to cause the woman or her child physical harm;

(d) Placing the woman or her child in fear of imminent physical harm;

(e) Attempting to compel or compelling the woman or her child to engage in conduct which the woman or her child has the right to desist from or desist from conduct which the woman or her child has the right to engage in, or attempting to restrict or restricting the woman's or her child's freedom of movement or conduct by force or threat of force, physical or other harm or threat of physical or other harm, or intimidation directed against the woman or child. This shall include, but not limited to, the following acts committed with the purpose or effect of controlling or restricting the woman's or her child's movement or conduct:

(1) Threatening to deprive or actually depriving the woman or her child of custody to her/his family;

(2) Depriving or threatening to deprive the woman or her children of financial support legally due her or her family, or deliberately providing the woman's children insufficient financial support;

(3) Depriving or threatening to deprive the woman or her child of a legal right; and

(4) Preventing the woman in engaging in any legitimate profession, occupation, business or activity or controlling the victim's own mon4ey or properties, or solely controlling the conjugal or common money, or properties.

(f) Inflicting or threatening to inflict physical harm on oneself for the purpose of controlling her actions or decisions;

(g) Causing or attempting to cause the woman or her child to engage in any sexual activity which does not constitute rape, by force or threat of force, physical harm, or through intimidation directed against the woman or her child or her/his immediate family;

(h) Engaging in purposeful, knowing, or reckless conduct, personally or through another, that alarms or causes substantial emotional or psychological distress to the woman or her child. This shall include, but not be limited to, the following acts:

(1) Stalking or following the woman or her child in public or private places;

(2) Peering in the window or lingering outside the residence of the woman or her child;

(3) Entering or remaining in the dwelling or on the property of the woman or her child against her/his will;

(4) Destroying the property and personal belongings or inflicting harm to animals or pets of the woman or her child; and

(5) Engaging in any form of harassment or violence.

(i) Causing mental or emotional anguish, public ridicule or humiliation to the woman or her child, including, but not limited to, repeated verbal and emotional abuse, and denial of financial support or custody of minor children of access to the woman's child/children.

Sec. 6. Penalties.- The crime of violence against women and their children, under Sec. 5 hereof shall be punished according to the following rules:

(a) Acts falling under Sec. 5(a) constituting attempted, frustrated or consummated parricide or murder or homicide shall be punished in accordance with the provisions of the Revised Penal Code;

If these acts resulted in mutilation, it shall be punishable in accordance with the Revised Penal Code; those constituting serious physical injuries shall have the penalty of prison mayor; those constituting less serious physical injuries shall be punished by prision correccional; and those constituting slight physical injuries shall be punished by arresto mayor;

Acts falling under Sec. 5(b) shall be punished by imprisonment of two degrees lower than the prescribed penalty for the consummated crime as specified in the preceding paragraph but shall in no case be lower than arresto mayor;

(b) Acts falling under Sec. 5(c) and 5(d) shall be punished by arresto mayor;

(c) Acts falling under Sec. 5(e) shall be punished by prision correccional;

(d) Acts falling under Sec. 5(f) shall be punished by arresto mayor;

(e) Acts falling under Sec. 5(g) shall be punished by prision mayor;

(f) Acts falling under Sec. 5(h) and Sec. 5(i) shall be punished by prision mayor.

If the acts are committed while the woman or child is pregnant or committed in the presence of her child, the penalty to be applied shall be the maximum period of penalty prescribed in the Sec.

In addition to imprisonment, the perpetrator shall (a) pay a fine in the amount of not less than One hundred thousand pesos (P100,000.00) but not more than three hundred thousand pesos (300,000.00); (b) undergo mandatory psychological counseling or psychiatric treatment and shall report compliance to the court.

Sec. 7. Venue.- The Regional Trial Court designated as a Family Court shall have original and exclusive jurisdiction over cases of violence against women and their children under this law. In the absence of such court in the place where the offense was committed, the case shall be filed in the Regional Trial Court where the crime or any of its elements was committed at the option of the compliant.

Sec. 8. Protection Orders.- A protection order is an order issued under this act for the purpose of preventing further acts of violence against a woman or her child specified in Sec. 5 of this Act and granting other necessary relief. The relief granted under a protection order serve the purpose of safeguarding the victim from further harm, minimizing any disruption in the victim's daily life, and facilitating the opportunity and ability of the victim to independently regain control over her life. The provisions of the protection order shall be enforced by law enforcement agencies. The protection orders that may be issued under this Act are the barangay protection order (BPO), temporary protection order (TPO) and permanent protection order (PPO). The protection orders that may be issued under this Act shall include any, some or all of the following reliefs:

(a) Prohibition of the respondent from threatening to commit or committing, personally or through another, any of the acts mentioned in Sec. 5 of this Act;

(b) Prohibition of the respondent from harassing, annoying, telephoning, contacting or otherwise communicating with the petitioner, directly or indirectly;

(c) Removal and exclusion of the respondent from the residence of the petitioner, regardless of ownership of the residence, either temporarily for the purpose of protecting the petitioner, or permanently where no property rights are violated, and if respondent must remove personal effects from the residence, the court shall direct a law enforcement agent to accompany the respondent has gathered his things and escort respondent from the residence;

(d) Directing the respondent to stay away from petitioner and designated family or household member at a distance specified by the court, and to stay away from the residence, school, place of employment, or any specified place frequented by the petitioner and any designated family or household member;

(e) Directing lawful possession and use by petitioner of an automobile and other essential personal effects, regardless of ownership, and directing the appropriate law enforcement officer to accompany the petitioner to the residence of the parties to ensure that the petitioner is safely restored to the possession of the automobile and other essential personal effects, or to supervise the petitioner's or respondent's removal of personal belongings;

(f) Granting a temporary or permanent custody of a child/children to the petitioner;

(g) Directing the respondent to provide support to the woman and/or her child if entitled to legal support. Notwithstanding other laws to the contrary, the court shall order an appropriate percentage of the income or salary of the respondent to be withheld regularly by the respondent's employer for the same to be automatically remitted directly to the woman. Failure to remit and/or withhold or any delay in the remittance of support to the woman and/or her child without justifiable cause shall render the respondent or his employer liable for indirect contempt of court;

(h) Prohibition of the respondent from any use or possession of any firearm or deadly weapon and order him to surrender the same to the court for appropriate disposition by the court, including revocation of license and disqualification to apply for any license to use or possess a firearm. If the offender is a law enforcement agent, the court shall order the offender to surrender his firearm and shall direct the appropriate authority to investigate on the offender and take appropriate action on matter;

(i) Restitution for actual damages caused by the violence inflicted, including, but not limited to, property damage, medical expenses, childcare expenses and loss of income;

(j) Directing the DSWD or any appropriate agency to provide petitioner may need; and

(k) Provision of such other forms of relief as the court deems necessary to protect and provide for the safety of the petitioner and any designated family or household member, provided petitioner and any designated family or household member consents to such relief.

Any of the reliefs provided under this Sec. shall be granted even in the absence of a decree of legal separation or annulment or declaration of absolute nullity of marriage.

The issuance of a BPO or the pendency of an application for BPO shall not preclude a petitioner from applying for, or the court from granting a TPO or PPO.

Sec. 9. Who may file Petition for Protection Orders. – A petition for protection order may be filed by any of the following:

(a) The offended party;

(b) Parents or guardians of the offended party;

(c) Ascendants, descendants or collateral relatives within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity;

(d) Officers or social workers of the DSWD or social workers of local government units (LGUs);

(e) Police officers, preferably those in charge of women and children's desks;

(f) Punong Barangay or Barangay Kagawad;

(g) Lawyer, counselor, therapist or healthcare provider of the petitioner;

(h) At least two (2) concerned responsible citizens of the city or municipality where the violence against women and their children occurred and who has personal knowledge of the offense committed.

Sec. 10. Where to Apply for a Protection Order. – Applications for BPOs shall follow the rules on venue under Sec. 409 of the Local Government Code of 1991 and its implementing rules and regulations. An application for a TPO or PPO may be filed in the regional trial court, metropolitan trial court, municipal trial court, municipal circuit trial court with territorial jurisdiction over the place of residence of the petitioner: Provided, however, That if a family court exists in the place of residence of the petitioner, the application shall be filed with that court.

Sec. 11. How to Apply for a Protection Order. – The application for a protection order must be in writing, signed and verified under oath by the applicant. It may be filed as an independent action or as incidental relief in any civil or criminal case the subject matter or issues thereof partakes of a violence as described in this Act. A standard protection order application form, written in English with translation to the major local languages, shall be made available to facilitate applications for protections order, and shall contain, among other, the following information:

(a) names and addresses of petitioner and respondent;

(b) description of relationships between petitioner and respondent;

(c) a statement of the circumstances of the abuse;

(d) description of the reliefs requested by petitioner as specified in Sec. 8 herein;

(e) request for counsel and reasons for such;

(f) request for waiver of application fees until hearing; and

(g) an attestation that there is no pending application for a protection order in another court.

If the applicants is not the victim, the application must be accompanied by an affidavit of the applicant attesting to (a) the circumstances of the abuse suffered by the victim and (b) the circumstances of consent given by the victim for the filling of the application. When disclosure of the address of the victim will pose danger to her life, it shall be so stated in the application. In such a case, the applicant shall attest that the victim is residing in the municipality or city over which court has territorial jurisdiction, and shall provide a mailing address for purpose of service processing.

An application for protection order filed with a court shall be considered an application for both a TPO and PPO.

Barangay officials and court personnel shall assist applicants in the preparation of the application. Law enforcement agents shall also extend assistance in the application for protection orders in cases brought to their attention.

Sec. 12. Enforceability of Protection Orders. – All TPOs and PPOs issued under this Act shall be enforceable anywhere in the Philippines and a violation thereof shall be punishable with a fine ranging from Five Thousand Pesos (P5,000.00) to Fifty Thousand Pesos (P50,000.00) and/or imprisonment of six (6) months.

Sec. 13. Legal Representation of Petitioners for Protection Order. – If the woman or her child requests in the applications for a protection order for the appointment of counsel because of lack of economic means to hire a counsel de parte, the court shall immediately direct the Public Attorney's Office (PAO) to represent the petitioner in the hearing on the application. If the PAO determines that the applicant can afford to hire the services of a counsel de parte, it shall facilitate the legal representation of the petitioner by a counsel de parte. The lack of access to family or conjugal resources by the applicant, such as when the same are controlled by the perpetrator, shall qualify the petitioner to legal representation by the PAO.

However, a private counsel offering free legal service is not barred from representing the petitioner.

Sec. 14. Barangay Protection Orders (BPOs); Who May Issue and How. - Barangay Protection Orders (BPOs) refer to the protection order issued by the Punong Barangay ordering the perpetrator to desist from committing acts under Sec. 5 (a) and (b) of this Act. A Punong Barangay who receives applications for a BPO shall issue the protection order to the applicant on the date of filing after ex parte determination of the basis of the application. If the Punong Barangay is unavailable to act on the application for a BPO, the application shall be acted upon by any available Barangay Kagawad. If the BPO is issued by a Barangay Kagawad the order must be accompanied by an attestation by the Barangay Kagawad that the Punong Barangay was unavailable at the time for the issuance of the BPO. BPOs shall be effective for fifteen (15) days. Immediately after the issuance of an ex parte BPO, the Punong Barangay or Barangay Kagawad shall personally serve a copy of the same on the respondent, or direct any barangay official to effect is personal service.

The parties may be accompanied by a non-lawyer advocate in any proceeding before the Punong Barangay.

Sec. 15. Temporary Protection Orders. – Temporary Protection Orders (TPOs) refers to the protection order issued by the court on the date of filing of the application after ex parte determination that such order should be issued. A court may grant in a TPO any, some or all of the reliefs mentioned in this Act and shall be effective for thirty (30) days. The court shall schedule a hearing on the issuance of a PPO prior to or on the date of the expiration of the TPO. The court shall order the immediate personal service of the TPO on the respondent by the court sheriff who may obtain the assistance of law enforcement agents for the service. The TPO shall include notice of the date of the hearing on the merits of the issuance of a PPO.

Sec. 16. Permanent Protection Orders. – Permanent Protection Order (PPO) refers to protection order issued by the court after notice and hearing.

Respondents non-appearance despite proper notice, or his lack of a lawyer, or the non-availability of his lawyer shall not be a ground for rescheduling or postponing the hearing on the merits of the issuance of a PPO. If the respondents appears without counsel on the date of the hearing on the PPO, the court shall appoint a lawyer for the respondent and immediately proceed with the hearing. In case the respondent fails to appear despite proper notice, the court shall allow ex parte presentation of the evidence by the applicant and render judgment on the basis of the evidence presented. The court shall allow the introduction of any history of abusive conduct of a respondent even if the same was not directed against the applicant or the person for whom the applicant is made.

The court shall, to the extent possible, conduct the hearing on the merits of the issuance of a PPO in one (1) day. Where the court is unable to conduct the hearing within one (1) day and the TPO issued is due to expire, the court shall continuously extend or renew the TPO for a period of thirty (30) days at each particular time until final judgment is issued. The extended or renewed TPO may be modified by the court as may be necessary or applicable to address the needs of the applicant.

The court may grant any, some or all of the reliefs specified in Sec. 8 hereof in a PPO. A PPO shall be effective until revoked by a court upon application of the person in whose favor the order was issued. The court shall ensure immediate personal service of the PPO on respondent.

The court shall not deny the issuance of protection order on the basis of the lapse of time between the act of violence and the filing of the application.

Regardless of the conviction or acquittal of the respondent, the Court must determine whether or not the PPO shall become final. Even in a dismissal, a PPO shall be granted as long as there is no clear showing that the act from which the order might arise did not exist.

Sec. 17. Notice of Sanction in Protection Orders. – The following statement must be printed in bold-faced type or in capital letters on the protection order issued by the Punong Barangay or court:


Sec. 18. Mandatory Period For Acting on Applications For Protection Orders – Failure to act on an application for a protection order within the reglementary period specified in the previous Sec. without justifiable cause shall render the official or judge administratively liable.

Sec. 19. Legal Separation Cases. – In cases of legal separation, where violence as specified in this Act is alleged, Article 58 of the Family Code shall not apply. The court shall proceed on the main case and other incidents of the case as soon as possible. The hearing on any application for a protection order filed by the petitioner must be conducted within the mandatory period specified in this Act.

Sec. 20. Priority of Application for a Protection Order. – Ex parte and adversarial hearings to determine the basis of applications for a protection order under this Act shall have priority over all other proceedings. Barangay officials and the courts shall schedule and conduct hearings on applications for a protection order under this Act above all other business and, if necessary, suspend other proceedings in order to hear applications for a protection order.

Sec. 21. Violation of Protection Orders. – A complaint for a violation of a BPO issued under this Act must be filed directly with any municipal trial court, metropolitan trial court, or municipal circuit trial court that has territorial jurisdiction over the barangay that issued the BPO. Violation of a BPO shall be punishable by imprisonment of thirty (30) days without prejudice to any other criminal or civil action that the offended party may file for any of the acts committed.

A judgement of violation of a BPO ma be appealed according to the Rules of Court. During trial and upon judgment, the trial court may motu proprio issue a protection order as it deems necessary without need of an application.

Violation of any provision of a TPO or PPO issued under this Act shall constitute contempt of court punishable under Rule 71 of the Rules of Court, without prejudice to any other criminal or civil action that the offended party may file for any of the acts committed.

Sec. 22. Applicability of Protection Orders to Criminal Cases. – The foregoing provisions on protection orders shall be applicable in impliedly instituted with the criminal actions involving violence against women and their children.

Sec. 23. Bond to Keep the Peace. – The Court may order any person against whom a protection order is issued to give a bond to keep the peace, to present two sufficient sureties who shall undertake that such person will not commit the violence sought to be prevented.

Should the respondent fail to give the bond as required, he shall be detained for a period which shall in no case exceed six (6) months, if he shall have been prosecuted for acts punishable under Sec. 5(a) to 5(f) and not exceeding thirty (30) days, if for acts punishable under Sec. 5(g) to 5(i).

The protection orders referred to in this Sec. are the TPOs and the PPOs issued only by the courts.

Sec. 24. Prescriptive Period. – Acts falling under Sec.s 5(a) to 5(f) shall prescribe in twenty (20) years. Acts falling under Sec.s 5(g) to 5(i) shall prescribe in ten (10) years.

Sec. 25. Public Crime. – Violence against women and their children shall be considered a public offense which may be prosecuted upon the filing of a complaint by any citizen having personal knowledge of the circumstances involving the commission of the crime.

Sec. 26. Battered Woman Syndrome as a Defense. – Victim-survivors who are found by the courts to be suffering from battered woman syndrome do not incur any criminal and civil liability notwithstanding the absence of any of the elements for justifying circumstances of self-defense under the Revised Penal Code.

In the determination of the state of mind of the woman who was suffering from battered woman syndrome at the time of the commission of the crime, the courts shall be assisted by expert psychiatrists/ psychologists.

Sec. 27. Prohibited Defense. – Being under the influence of alcohol, any illicit drug, or any other mind-altering substance shall not be a defense under this Act.

Sec. 28. Custody of children. – The woman victim of violence shall be entitled to the custody and support of her child/children. Children below seven (7) years old older but with mental or physical disabilities shall automatically be given to the mother, with right to support, unless the court finds compelling reasons to order otherwise.

A victim who is suffering from battered woman syndrome shall not be disqualified from having custody of her children. In no case shall custody of minor children be given to the perpetrator of a woman who is suffering from Battered woman syndrome.

Sec. 29. Duties of Prosecutors/Court Personnel. – Prosecutors and court personnel should observe the following duties when dealing with victims under this Act:

a) communicate with the victim in a language understood by the woman or her child; and

b) inform the victim of her/his rights including legal remedies available and procedure, and privileges for indigent litigants.

Sec. 30. Duties of Barangay Officials and Law Enforcers. – Barangay officials and law enforcers shall have the following duties:

(a) respond immediately to a call for help or request for assistance or protection of the victim by entering the necessary whether or not a protection order has been issued and ensure the safety of the victim/s;

(b) confiscate any deadly weapon in the possession of the perpetrator or within plain view;

(c) transport or escort the victim/s to a safe place of their choice or to a clinic or hospital;

(d) assist the victim in removing personal belongs from the house;

(e) assist the barangay officials and other government officers and employees who respond to a call for help;

(f) ensure the enforcement of the Protection Orders issued by the Punong Barangy or the courts;

(g) arrest the suspected perpetrator wiithout a warrant when any of the acts of violence defined by this Act is occurring, or when he/she has personal knowledge that any act of abuse has just been committed, and there is imminent danger to the life or limb of the victim as defined in this Act; and

(h) immediately report the call for assessment or assistance of the DSWD, social Welfare Department of LGUs or accredited non-government organizations (NGOs).

Any barangay official or law enforcer who fails to report the incident shall be liable for a fine not exceeding Ten Thousand Pesos (P10,000.00) or whenever applicable criminal, civil or administrative liability.

Sec. 31. Healthcare Provider Response to Abuse – Any healthcare provider, including, but not limited to, an attending physician, nurse, clinician, barangay health worker, therapist or counselor who suspects abuse or has been informed by the victim of violence shall:

(a) properly document any of the victim's physical, emotional or psychological injuries;

(b) properly record any of victim's suspicions, observations and circumstances of the examination or visit;

(c) automatically provide the victim free of charge a medical certificate concerning the examination or visit;

(d) safeguard the records and make them available to the victim upon request at actual cost; and

(e) provide the victim immediate and adequate notice of rights and remedies provided under this Act, and services available to them.

Sec. 32. Duties of Other Government Agencies and LGUs – Other government agencies and LGUs shall establish programs such as, but not limited to, education and information campaign and seminars or symposia on the nature, causes, incidence and consequences of such violence particularly towards educating the public on its social impacts.

It shall be the duty of the concerned government agencies and LGU's to ensure the sustained education and training of their officers and personnel on the prevention of violence against women and their children under the Act.

Sec. 33. Prohibited Acts. – A Punong Barangay, Barangay Kagawad or the court hearing an application for a protection order shall not order, direct, force or in any way unduly influence he applicant for a protection order to compromise or abandon any of the reliefs sought in the application for protection under this Act. Sec. 7 of the Family Courts Act of 1997 and Sec.s 410, 411, 412 and 413 of the Local Government Code of 1991 shall not apply in proceedings where relief is sought under this Act.

Failure to comply with this Sec. shall render the official or judge administratively liable.

Sec. 34. Persons Intervening Exempt from Liability. – In every case of violence against women and their children as herein defined, any person, private individual or police authority or barangay official who, acting in accordance with law, responds or intervenes without using violence or restraint greater than necessary to ensure the safety of the victim, shall not be liable for any criminal, civil or administrative liability resulting therefrom.

Sec. 35. Rights of Victims. – In addition to their rights under existing laws, victims of violence against women and their children shall have the following rights:

(a) to be treated with respect and dignity;

(b) to avail of legal assistance form the PAO of the Department of Justice (DOJ) or any public legal assistance office;

(c) To be entitled to support services form the DSWD and LGUs'

(d) To be entitled to all legal remedies and support as provided for under the Family Code; and

(e) To be informed of their rights and the services available to them including their right to apply for a protection order.

Sec. 36. Damages. – Any victim of violence under this Act shall be entitled to actual, compensatory, moral and exemplary damages.

Sec. 37. Hold Departure Order. – The court shall expedite the process of issuance of a hold departure order in cases prosecuted under this Act.

Sec. 38. Exemption from Payment of Docket Fee and Other Expenses. – If the victim is an indigent or there is an immediate necessity due to imminent danger or threat of danger to act on an application for a protection order, the court shall accept the application without payment of the filing fee and other fees and of transcript of stenographic notes.

Sec. 39. Inter-Agency Council on Violence Against Women and Their Children (IAC-VAWC). In pursuance of the abovementioned policy, there is hereby established an Inter-Agency Council on Violence Against Women and their children, hereinafter known as the Council, which shall be composed of the following agencies:

(a) Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD);

(b) National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women (NCRFW);

(c) Civil Service Commission (CSC);

(d) Commission on Human rights (CHR)

(e) Council for the Welfare of Children (CWC);

(f) Department of Justice (DOJ);

(g) Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG);

(h) Philippine National Police (PNP);

(i) Department of Health (DOH);

(j) Department of Education (DepEd);

(k) Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE); and

(l) National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).

These agencies are tasked to formulate programs and projects to eliminate VAW based on their mandates as well as develop capability programs for their employees to become more sensitive to the needs of their clients. The Council will also serve as the monitoring body as regards to VAW initiatives.

The Council members may designate their duly authorized representative who shall have a rank not lower than an assistant secretary or its equivalent. These representatives shall attend Council meetings in their behalf, and shall receive emoluments as may be determined by the Council in accordance with existing budget and accounting rules and regulations.

Sec. 40. Mandatory Programs and Services for Victims. – The DSWD, and LGU's shall provide the victims temporary shelters, provide counseling, psycho-social services and /or, recovery, rehabilitation programs and livelihood assistance.

The DOH shall provide medical assistance to victims.

Sec. 41. Counseling and Treatment of Offenders. – The DSWD shall provide rehabilitative counseling and treatment to perpetrators towards learning constructive ways of coping with anger and emotional outbursts and reforming their ways. When necessary, the offender shall be ordered by the Court to submit to psychiatric treatment or confinement.

Sec. 42. Training of Persons Involved in Responding to Violence Against Women and their Children Cases. – All agencies involved in responding to violence against women and their children cases shall be required to undergo education and training to acquaint them with:

a. the nature, extend and causes of violence against women and their children;

b. the legal rights of, and remedies available to, victims of violence against women and their children;

c. the services and facilities available to victims or survivors;

d. the legal duties imposed on police officers to make arrest and to offer protection and assistance; and

e. techniques for handling incidents of violence against women and their children that minimize the likelihood of injury to the officer and promote the safety of the victim or survivor.

The PNP, in coordination with LGU's shall establish an education and training program for police officers and barangay officials to enable them to properly handle cases of violence against women and their children.

Sec. 43. Entitled to Leave. – Victims under this Act shall be entitled to take a paid leave of absence up to ten (10) days in addition to other paid leaves under the Labor Code and Civil Service Rules and Regulations, extendible when the necessity arises as specified in the protection order.

Any employer who shall prejudice the right of the person under this Sec. shall be penalized in accordance with the provisions of the Labor Code and Civil Service Rules and Regulations. Likewise, an employer who shall prejudice any person for assisting a co-employee who is a victim under this Act shall likewise be liable for discrimination.

Sec. 44. Confidentiality. – All records pertaining to cases of violence against women and their children including those in the barangay shall be confidential and all public officers and employees and public or private clinics to hospitals shall respect the right to privacy of the victim. Whoever publishes or causes to be published, in any format, the name, address, telephone number, school, business address, employer, or other identifying information of a victim or an immediate family member, without the latter's consent, shall be liable to the contempt power of the court.

Any person who violates this provision shall suffer the penalty of one (1) year imprisonment and a fine of not more than Five Hundred Thousand pesos (P500,000.00).

Sec. 45. Funding – The amount necessary to implement the provisions of this Act shall be included in the annual General Appropriations Act (GAA).

The Gender and Development (GAD) Budget of the mandated agencies and LGU's shall be used to implement services for victim of violence against women and their children.

Sec. 46. Implementing Rules and Regulations. – Within six (6) months from the approval of this Act, the DOJ, the NCRFW, the DSWD, the DILG, the DOH, and the PNP, and three (3) representatives from NGOs to be identified by the NCRFW, shall promulgate the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of this Act.

Sec. 47. Suppletory Application – For purposes of this Act, the Revised Penal Code and other applicable laws, shall have suppletory application.

Sec. 48. Separability Clause. – If any Sec. or provision of this Act is held unconstitutional or invalid, the other Sec.s or provisions shall not be affected.

Sec. 49. Repealing Clause – All laws, Presidential decrees, executive orders and rules and regulations, or parts thereof, inconsistent with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

Sec. 50. Effectivity – This Act shall take effect fifteen (15) days from the date of its complete publication in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation.

Approved: March 08, 2004

Saturday, September 5, 2009

ZX Online: My Journey to Immortality

Ok. Here's a response for my friend's blog: A Farewell Letter to my dear friend

Actually, this blog entry was supposed to be posted on the day I left my Clan, Lotus, and transferred to Fatality a few months ago. This really isn’t a big deal… at least for me. We have different perceptions in life as well as in virtual life, right?

"Opinions are like wristwatches...
Everyone watches shows at a different time from others, but everyone believes that their time is correct."

I don’t really know the reason behind Lotus and Fatality being rival clans in the history of Zhu Xian Online PH.

Here's the timeline of my Journey to Immortality:

(December 2008 - April 2009)

Before ZX Online entered its closed beta phase, I was a Cabal player and was part of an all-girl gamer guild known as Cabal Girl Gamers Club. When ZX started its CBT phase, I joined a guild which was supposedly named after one of the members of that club named XIII.

I went on enjoying the company, chatting with friends and clanmates alike, sharing quotes and jokes undyingly. I never did have any bad experiences with them since being with them alone was exuberantly fun already. That is, until the clan itself disbanded due to the fact that 60 percent of these players were from other countries and their IP addresses ended up getting blocked as Jade Dynasty opened. Others quit waiting for updates for ZX Philippines and our clan master was too busy with his day job.

(April 2009 - Mid of July 2009)

Shao from the Lotus clan saw me grinding alone on day and decided to take me into his clan… or in ZX, family. However, after joining the Lotus Clan, he suddenly became inactive. Suing, however made my membership official. I enjoyed my stay even more after finding out that a co-member of the Cabal Girl Gamers Club (now known as the e-Gamer Girls Club), Mujitsu, joined in as well.

There weren’t any problems as well… aside from myself being quite the persistent overzealous kid from time to time hence Suing telling me off quite often. Being a brat much? Suing would always get mad at me whenever I chat frequently using all caps via caps lock, and spamming in both normal and clan chat hence overlapping any important announcements he made. Although, whenever I needed help to level up, the clan/family would usually do so by letting me leech. It was pretty fun considering that I was like the baby of the so-called family until I met the people behind the characters of the Lotus Clan from both ZX and Perfect World.

I’ve never encountered having any enemies’ in-game… at least not the type of people who would fight over things that aren’t even worth fighting over. Frankly, I could care less about trash talks or brawling in-game. I’m not the PK-ing type of player; I’m more of a support type really, hence joining Heaven Sound Temple. I make love not war. Lol! I’ve always been a support type even in the previous games I’ve played considering my partner’s already a PK type as well as the fact that support classes are in-demand in parties since they need them anywhere they go. We’re practically medics! Lol!

Personally, I’m not too good in building characters. If ever I had to choose a PK-type, I’d probably make a pretty weak build. Remember, the strength of the character depends on the player behind it. You may have the strongest character class, but if the one using it isn’t that knowledgeable, then it’s pointless.

(Mid of July 2009 - Present)

I had my reasons for leaving the Lotus Clan. It’s not that I had any conflicts with anyone or because of Suing. Whatever reason you may think of, it doesn’t really matter. Unreasonable you say? Well, that’s up to you, haha!

These days, it’s imperative to use your head. A game’s a game. We play it and nothing else. If you think I’m going way out of line, well, that’s your opinion. Leaving a clan doesn’t mean leaving friends which is a rather childish yet funny insight amongst online gamers.

I joined Fatality later on. It was rather difficult to adjust considering that, aside from meeting new people, Fatality and Lotus were “Mortal Enemies”. Unfortunately, since I was a former member of the rival clan, I underwent a lot of scrutiny. I was even thought to be a spy. I mean seriously, what could I gain from being a spy? I’d be making a complete fool out of myself if I were.

Like I said, regarding the origins of the conflict, I never really knew and kept ignoring that it until I became curious as to why and how things became the way they were.

I spent quite a lot of time talking to micxzzz, FzEjhay, Whingski and other Fatalz members via Skype before. It was interesting to see things from different perspectives although no matter how much I learned, it still never answered my question. Later on, I learned that everything was “just a trip”. Honestly, it really doesn’t justify a conflict that cataclysmic in spite of the fact that conflicts usually start out that way in the world of online games… at least in this country anyway. To tell you the truth, it’s become a natural phenomenon for conflicts to start through tripping out on each other. PK-ing here, trash-talking there, insults coming from different directions. Ironically entertaining isn’t it?

This is probably the most important thing I’ve learned in playing online games, how to handle yourself in both real life and virtual life. It’s a lot more challenging than grabbing spots and killing player who are AFK (Away from the Keyboard). Hahaha!

The thing is, it’s the people around me are the one who deem me different. I know myself inside and out. I'm not different from them.

In time, people change.

Credits to GMPaps

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Something I Could Never Have

Filipino Writers. My Inspiration :)
While I was plurking around, I saw Ashley Gosiengfiao that she's designing a book cover for the Little Prince. Haha~

Then I tried to make one and started to imagine again. lol. Dreams. Dreams. Dreams. I wanted to be a famous writer someday but I think it would never come across to my life. Actually I already made a story about my life and it was characterized by another persona. lol.

Why "Something I Could Never Have"? As you can see, almost all of my social networking sites (blogger, plurk, twitter, multiply,..etc.) were entitled as "Something I Could Never Have"; It's because everything I wanted is impossible to happen. In my life, I have so many things to share-- experiences. thoughts and most of all my own quotable quotes. Hahaha~

Bob Ong is one of my favorite Author as well as Laurel Doud :)

So, I just wanna share you guys and gals that this picture that I uploaded in this blog will someday be published here in the Philippines.

But there's something missing which I don't know where I could find it in my life :(

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