“Someday” trailer

Posted: October 1, 2011 in EXPERIENCE
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“Someday” A short Film

Posted: October 1, 2011 in EXPERIENCE

 

“Someday”

What if you found something out in the blue? Would you dare to open it? Would you love to know it? What if you found yourself in the midst of nowhere searching for such thing that will found you? Would you like to embrace it? Would you like to have it?

Let me unfold the story that begins at the end and wonder how to find the top of it?

It is a story of a girl who exhumes a paradox of a typical love story that creates her a certain investigation and testifies on it. Valuing people is the most important part in this short film.

Showing this October 03, 2011 at University of the Philippines Cebu..

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Oral sex and the HIV virus have often been at odds. If you talk to many people they will say the answer is no because the stomach and saliva contain acid and the acid will kill the virus. Others will say that it’s too dangerous to take a chance and you should use a condom whenever the sexual organ comes into contact with other fluids.

The reality is that the HIV virus is contained in all sexual secretions such as semen and vaginal liquids, and yes it is also in the saliva. However, because of the acid in saliva, it is not enough to affect someone just because the infected saliva came in contact with the sexual organs. However, if the infected saliva or infected sexual fluid is put into a non- infected mouth that has a cut in it, the virus is put directly into the blood stream.

Something many people do not think about with oral sex is pre-ejaculate that is present for much of the act is also a sexual fluid. If infected sexual fluid is swallowed there are a number of ways the virus can get into the body. Especially since most people do not know whether they have a small cut in their esophagus and only feel it when they swallow something spicy or get a sore throat. If the virus gets all the way down to the stomach, it is possible it will not be destroyed by the stomach acid, and has the ability to be ingested directly into the blood stream. Anytime infected fluids come in contact with a direct path to the blood stream, infection is imminent plain and simple. Bottom line is, if one side of a couple is infected, or if you’re not sure if someone is infected, take the necessary precautions to not become infected.

The Hero of Century

Posted: June 19, 2011 in TRIVIAS

José Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda

 The national hero of the Philippines.

Born June 19, 1861

Calamba, Laguna, Philippines

Died December 30, 1896 (aged 35)

Bagumbayan, Manila, Philippines

Monuments

Rizal Park, Manila

Calamba City, Laguna

Alma mater Ateneo Municipal de Manila, University of Santo Tomas, Universidad Central de Madrid, University of Paris, Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg

Organization La Solidaridad, La Liga Filipina

The Family Tree of Rizal

FRANCISCO MERCADO (1818-1898)

Father of Jose Rizal who was the youngest of 13 offsprings of Juan and Cirila Mercado. Born in Biñan, Laguna on April 18, 1818; studied in San Jose College, Manila; and died in Manila.

TEODORA ALONSO (1827-1913)

Mother of Jose Rizal who was the second child of Lorenzo Alonso and Brijida de Quintos. She studied at the Colegio de Santa Rosa. She was a business-minded woman, courteous, religious, hard-working and well-read. She was born in Santa Cruz, Manila on November 14, 1827 and died in 1913 in Manila.

SATURNINA RIZAL (1850-1913)

Eldest child of the Rizal-Alonzo marriage. Married Manuel Timoteo Hidalgo of Tanauan, Batangas.

PACIANO RIZAL (1851-1930)

Only brother of Jose Rizal and the second child. Studied at San Jose College in Manila; became a farmer and later a general of the Philippine Revolution.

NARCISA RIZAL (1852-1939)

The third child. married Antonio Lopez at Morong, Rizal; a teacher and musician.

OLYMPIA RIZAL (1855-1887)

The fourth child. Married Silvestre Ubaldo; died in 1887 from childbirth.

LUCIA RIZAL (1857-1919)

The fifth child. Married Matriano Herbosa.

MARIA RIZAL (1859-1945)

The sixth child. Married Daniel Faustino Cruz of Biñan, Laguna.

JOSE RIZAL (1861-1896)

The second son and the seventh child. He was executed by the Spaniards on December 30,1896.

CONCEPCION RIZAL (1862-1865)

The eight child. Died at the age of three.

JOSEFA RIZAL (1865-1945)

The ninth child. An epileptic, died a spinster.

TRINIDAD RIZAL (1868-1951)

The tenth child. Died a spinster and the last of the family to die.

SOLEDAD RIZAL (1870-1929)

The youngest child married Pantaleon Quintero.

 Rizal as a brilliant man

Actor
Rizal acted as a character in one of Juan Luna’s paintings and acted in school dramas.

Agriculturist
Rizal had farms in Dapitan, Zamboanga del Norte (1892-1896) where he planted lanzones, coconuts and other fruit-bearing trees.

Ambassador Of Good Will
His friendliness, goodwill and cultural associations with friends entitled him as one.

Animal Lover
As a small boy, Rizal loved animals including birds, fish, insects, and other specimens of animal life. Fowls, rabbits, dogs, horses, and cats constituted his favorites. As much as possible, he did not wish fowls to be killed even for food, and showed displeasure in being asked to eat the cooked animal. The family garden in Calamba abounded with insects galore and birds native to the Calamba environs. He wrote about and sketched animals of the places he had toured.

Anthropologist
He made researches on the physical and social make up of man.

Archeologist
Rizal studied monuments and antique currency everywhere he went. He drew most of the monuments he saw.

Ascetic
Rizal always practiced self-discipline wherever he went.

Book lover
He had a big library and brought many books abroad.

Botanist
Rizal maintained a garden in Dapitan where he planted and experimented on plants of all kinds

Businessman
He had a partner in Dapitan in the Abaca business there (1892-1896).

Cartographer
He drew maps of Dapitan, The Philippines and other places he visited.

Chess Player
He played chess and bear several Germans and European friends and acquaintances.

Citizen of the world
His extensive travels and multitude of friends in Europe, Middle East and Asia made him one.

Commentator
Rizal always expresses and published his personal opinion.

Conchologist
He had a good shell collection in Dapitan. An American conchologist praised him.

Educator
Rizal taught in his special school in Dapitan.

Ethnologist
In his travels, Rizal was able to compare different races and he noted the differences.

Father of community school
He proposed college in Hong Kong and his special school in Dapitan made him a father of community schools.

Fencer
He fenced with Europeans and Juan Luna and other friends in Europe.

Freemason abroad
He was member of La Solidaridad Lodge in Spain.

Horticulture and farmer
He experimented on and cultivated plants in Dapitan.

Historian
His annotation of Antonio de Morga’s Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas entitled him as one.

Humorist
There are many humorous incidents in the Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.

Ichthyologist
He collected 38 new varieties of fish in Dapitan.

Japanophile
His admiration of Japanese traits and his knowledge of her language proved he was one.

Journalist
He authored the published many articles in Spanish and English and London.

Laboratory worker
He was employed in the clinic of Dr. L. Wecker in Paris.

Linguist
He spoke over 20 foreign languages.

Lover of truth
He chided Spanish writers for not writing the truth about the Filipinos. He was always truthful since boyhood.

Musicians
He played the flute and composed pieces of music and cultivated music appreciation.

Mythologist
Rizal used mythology in his Noli and Fili.

Nationalist
He gave full expression of the native spirit strengthened by world civilization and loved and defended everything Filipino.

Newspaperman
He wrote and published articles in many publications and was one of the organizers of the La Solidaridad.

Ophthalmologist
He graduated in an ophthalmologic college in Spain.

Orientalist
Rizal admired the special characteristic and beauties of Oriental countries peoples.

Pharmacologist
Rizal treasured and popularized the usefulness and preparation of cures for treatment of his patients.

Philologist
Rizal loved of learning and literature is unequalled.

Philosopher
Rizal not only loved wisdom but also regulated his life and enjoyed calmness of the life at all time

Physical culturist
Rizal maintained a good health by exercising all parts of his body and eating proper foods

Physicians
He treated several patients afflicted not only with eye diseases.

Plant lover
As a child, Rizal spend most of his time in the family garden which was planted with fruit trees,

Shrubs and decorative trees. His diaries contained detailed description and sketches of plants, flowers and fruits he saw in the places he visited. He wrote poems on flower he like very much as his poems To the Flowers of Heidelberg.

Poet
Rizal wrote over 35 poems including his famous Ultimo Adios.

Politician
Although Rizal did not engage in Politics, he exposed the evils of the political activities of the Spaniards in the Philippines through his writing.

Polyglot
Rizal spoke and wrote in 20 languages.

Proofreader
In Germany, He worked as a part-time proofreader of his livelihood.

Propagandist
As a reformer, Rizal encourages the recommendation of improving the government entities and discourage abuses publishing articles.

Public relation man
He worked for better cooperation of rulers and subjects in his country.

Reformer
He published the modern methods of government administration, so changes could be made.

Researcher
Being a wide reader, he compared the old and new practices in life.

Revolutionist
Rizal encouraged reforms, discouraged old, impractical usage, and desired new and useful laws to benefit his countrymen. He desired changes for the better.

Rhetorician
Rizal has always practiced the art of persuasive and impressive speaking and writing.

Rural reconstruction worker
He practiced rural reconstruction work in Dapitan in 1894 and succeeded.

Sanitary engineer
His construction of a water system in Dapitan exemplified this practice by Rizal.

Scientist
Rizal’s practice of many sciences here and abroad made him noted scientist.

Sculptor
His works of his father and of Father Guerrico, S. J. typified his sculptural ability.

Sharp shooter
He could hit a target 20 meters away.

Sinologist
Rizal’s ancestry and his ability to speak Chinese made him one.

Sociologist
In Rizal’s study of Philippines social problems, he always encouraged and introduced solutions.

Sodalist
He always joined fraternities, associations and brotherhood, for self-improvement.

Sportsman
He engaged from a surveying class at the Ateneo after passing his A. B. there.

Tourist
He was considered the foremost tourist due to his extensive travels.

Traveler
He traveled around the world three times.

Tuberculosis expert
For having cured himself of this disease, he became and was recognized as an expert.

Youth leader
He considered the youth as “the hope of his Fatherland.”

Zoologist
He was fond of pets. He researched later on their physiology, classification and habits.


History:

Spirochae T.phallidum first discovered in 1905 but the disease was

endemic in Europe in the XV century pertengaha. T.pallidum can penetrate through the normal mucosal epithelium and mild abrasion. Treponema breed slower than the primary pathological lesion is a focal endarteritis. Crease inflammation terhentuk around blood vessels attacked, had experienced an obliteration of the lumen, and heal with much fibrosis. Granulomatous reaction often found in secondary syphilis and information. Patients response to infection in the form of antibodies that a lot. These antibodies have any meaning for diagnosis

Sign & Symptoms:

Syphilis has several stages of infection. Once infected with syphilis, there is the incubation period, the period before the onset of symptoms until the open sore called a “chancre” approximately 90-90 days, generally on average during 21 days is already visible.

 

The first stage of syphilis can have an open sore called a chancre on the genitals, rectal, or oral. This open wound does not hurt. Enlarged lymph nodes may appear. A patient may not feel the pain and wounds usually heal by itself within 4-6 weeks, therefore the patient usually will not come to the doctor for treatment, but this does not mean syphilis disappear, but remain circulating in the body. If not handled properly, will continue into the next stage.

 

The second stage occurs about 1-6 months (averaging about 6-8 weeks) after the first infection, there are several different manifestations of this second stage. A red rash may occur without itchy in certain parts, like the palms of the hands and feet, or humid areas, such as the scrotum and labia. Besides the rash, other symptoms arise, such as fever, enlarged lymph nodes, sore throat, headaches, weight loss, muscle aches, and please note that the symptoms and signs of both syphilis infections will also be able to resolve on their own, but also keep in mind that this does not mean the syphilis is missing from your body, but continues until the stage of latent infection.

 

Latent stage is the stage where if you checked with lab tests, the results are positive, but there can be symptoms and signs or not. Latent stage is also divided as early and late latent stage. Expressed as early latent syphilis when syphilis was already inside the body for two years or less from the first infection with or without symptoms. While late latent syphilis if it has been suffering for two years or more of the first infection without evidence of clinical symptoms. In practice, it often is not known when began to hit so often has to be assumed that the patient has reached the latent stage.

 

Tertiary syphilis that appears on the third of the patients are not treated properly. Usually arise 10-10 years after initial infection, but in some cases up to 50 years can only arise, this stadium can be seen with the signs of such tumors arising from the soft lumps. At this stage, many organ damage that can occur, ranging from damage to bones, nerves, brain, muscle, eye, heart and other organs.

Diagnosis

Syphilis can be diagnosed by way of rubbing the wound and results of smears examined under a special microscope (a microscope dark field of view). Under the microscope, bacteria sprikoheta will look.

When the microscope is not available, then the diagnosis can be established with the typical appearance of syphilis wounds.

There is also a special blood test for syphilis that is scanning VDRL (venereal Disease Research Laboratory) and RPR (Rapid Plasminogen Reagent). This test checks the body response to disease, not directly to the bacteria spirokheta.

Treatment:

Syphilis primary, secondary, and early latent (less than one year): the drug of choice is penicillin G benzathine 2.4 million units IM once; or procain penicillin G, 600,000 units IM every day for eight days.

Advanced latent syphilis (more than I year old) and cardiovascular sifillis: drug of choice is penicillin G procaine, 600,000 units per day for 15 days; or pcnicillin G benzathine, 2.4 million units IM every week for three weeks.

Neurosyphilis: penicilline crystalline G, 24 million units IV every 4 hours for 10 days, or penicillin G procaine, 1.2 million units IM each day for 15 days.

Congenital syphilis with a liquid to a normal serebrospinalis: penicillin G benzathine, 50.00 units / kg IM given once; if serebrospinalis abnormal fluid, crystalline penicillin G ~ 25,000 units / kg IM or IV 2 times daily for at least 10 days, or penicillin G procaine, 50 000 units / kg IM sebari of at least 10 days.

Patients who are sensitive to penicillin, for all types of: tetracycline 500 mg four times daily peroral for 15 days, or erythromycin, 500 mg four times a day peroral for 15 days, an adequate replacement therapy.

Jariseh-Herxbeimer reaction may occur within 6-8 hours after initial therapy; fever, chills, myalgia, tachycardia, and various other systemic symptoms, mucosal lesions, and neurologic lesions may worsen. This reaction was found to the 50% of patients with primary syphilis, 75% with secondary syphilis, and 30% with neurosyphilis.

Who is more at risk to get it?

Anyone can get syphilis, but men who have sex with men account for 90% of the cases of infectious syphilis in New South Wales. About half of these guys are HIV positive. So if you are HIV positive, sexually active, and fucking with men,

it makes good sense to have a regular blood test (i.e. every three months) for syphilis.

How do you know if you have syphilis?

You don’t, for sure, unless you have a blood test. You might not notice any symptoms, or you might easily miss symptoms. Signs or symptoms of syphilis can include a small painless sore in your mouth, on your balls, dick and arse. They can also include swollen lymph glands, rashes, fever, sore throat, muscle aches and tiredness. Some of these symptoms may be mild and can come and go, or they can even go away completely. While symptoms can go away, this does not mean the infection has gone. It can take up to three months after getting syphilis for it to show up in the blood test. If you have been infected with syphilis

future blood tests will show up as positive – even if you’ve been successfully treated. A particular test is used to identify a new infection – as well as to see if treatment has worked. Most positive guys have regular blood tests, but these don’t usually include a test for syphilis unless you ask for it. You need to specifically ask for a test for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and this includes syphilis. If you have recently had any other STI like gonorrhea or chlamydia, you should ask your doctor for a syphilis test as well.

How is it treated?

Syphilis is treated with a course of antibiotics – which involves penicillin injections into your butt. You need to complete the treatment to be sure the infection is cleared up. If someone tells you they have been diagnosed with syphilis and you have had sex with them in the last three months, you should talk to your doctor about syphilis treatment even if your blood test result is negative. You might still be developing syphilis, but have not yet shown a positive blood test for it, so the treatment can cure the infection and prevent you passing it on. You shouldn’t have sex until you have finished your treatment and you have tested clear for the infection. Syphilis is treated with a course of antibiotics. You need to complete the treatment to be sure the infection is cleared up. The earlier you find out, the easier syphilis is to treat.

Prevention

How to prevent this disease is to avoid unsafe sex, do not have multiple sexual partners, and always maintain the cleanliness around the sex organs.


Nobody meets anybody halfway

Posted: June 16, 2011 in POEMS

 

the world meets anybody halfway

if you want it, you’ve got to take it

no matter if you loose as long as you did it with dignity

it means;

to win is to try and keep on trying

because:

if you think you are beaten, then you are

if you think you are not then you aren’t

But if you like to win but you think you can’t

it is almost certain that you won’t

if you think you’ve loose then you’ve lost

for out in this world success you’ll find is all in the state of mind

if you think you are outclassed then you are

you’ve got think high to rise

you’ve got to be sure of yourself before you could even win the prize

life’s battle don’t go to the strongest and fastest man

for the man who wins is the man he thinks he can

there is supernatural power that the person has to exert in

carrying himself in this world

for there is potential in our inner self that can carry all those

tough problems we used to think of

but remember we are always tougher than the toughest problem

in the world

but first… care to discover your great self