Artistic to each and every one mga bro. Whats up CJ? yOU mah nambah one in mah life! Ako nga pala si Thomas Tanchoco mabait, magalang, masipag at higit sa lahat nag aaral mabuti. Parang ang sarap mag aral pag nandyan yung taong magpapasaya sayo.. yung babaeng kinakikiligan mo pag nakikita at nakakasama mo siya.. Teka teka sino nga ba yung babaeng yun?
Hello guys im Gerald Malicdem 18 years old from Angono Rizal, My hobby is to play league of legends every morning eat with my friends and stay at home every night. My dream is i want my dreams come true. I love watching movies especially Adult Movies and
Hi guys im Jen Jen call me Jen. No info po muna ayaw ko kase ng showbiz hehe
First of all i would like to thank to the following sponsor:
–Thomas Tanchoco pumapag ebeg sa buhay
– Jen Jen Gervacio for being a friend of me and nice to me.
– Gerald Malicdem slash malphite for being a real friendship of mine.
– Andrew Mendiola wala ko masabe eh.. basta gwapo yan
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No matter what grade you are in, it’s important to make your classes count! By applying yourself in your studies, you will gain a valuable edge in understanding the material, do well on assignments, and ultimately receive good grades.
These tips will help you be successful in class:
- Sit close to the front of the classroom when possible. Sit up straight. Now sit up a little bit straighter. Now lean forward. Now you are ready to learn.
- Join in class discussions. Participation in class leads to better understanding of the material and also helps you learn from others’ perspectives and experiences.
- Ask questions! If you don’t understand something, chances are, others in the class don’t understand either.
- Keep up with class assignments. Start working on them as soon as you get them, and finish them before they’re due.
- Ask for help in any class in which you find yourself falling behind. Remember, your teachers want to help you succeed!
- Learn to take good class notes. You’ll be taking lots of notes during the rest of your life. If you aren’t sure on how to take good notes, ask your teacher for tips!
- Learn to proofread, correct, and rewrite your written work.
- Learn to make connections between the different subjects. There are all sorts of connections to be made between all of the different subjects you study. You’ll find that individuals who are able to connect seemingly unrelated topics are often the most successful creative thinkers and problem solvers.
- Study, study, study! Begin early, and you will retain the information long-term. Avoid cramming!
- Develop test-taking skills like prioritizing which sections will require more time and which sections are weighted more heavily.
- Develop research skills that not only help you learn more, but allow you to be more efficient in the research you do. Ask your librarian for a quick tour of the tools your library can offer you to make the job easier!
- Find a comfortable, quiet place to study away from distractions, where you will be able to focus and absorb material.
- Discover what kind of learner you are so that you will absorb the most material in class and in studying. For example, verbal learners respond better to storytelling and find recording lecture to be helpful study aids. Logical learners respond better to order and step by step instructions often studying using patterns, timelines and charts.
- Stay ORGANIZED!!! Whether it be in your writing, your room, your binders, or your locker, this is a timeless skill that you will use for the rest of your life.
- Manage your time between classes, homework, and extra-curricular activities. Use a calendar, like Google Calendar to map out assignment due dates, class schedules, work hours, and time for fun. Google Calendar will also text message you reminders. .
- Lastly, do your best in all that you do!!!
That’s the artist Yves Klein jumping off a building in the photograph above. Taken on October 19, 1960, the photograph is titled The Leap into the Void. The first time Klein leapt, he broke an ankle. It’s my understanding that he considered that first jump—taken months before the October leap—the one that really counted. He jumped again to document the performance,and the second time there were people below holding a tarpaulin in which to catch him. He later created (or his photographers created) a photo montage that made him appear to fly.
I once tried to learn how to fake-levitate. I studied the Balducci method, which involves balancing on the toes of one foot, while the other foot, the one closest to your small, carefully positioned audience, is raised two or so inches off the floor. What the audience sees is a person who…
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It is a feeling of hopelessness that brings us to this place. Desperate to save those who suffer. Determined to prevent those we hope never will. We are clawing and grasping to find any morsel of earth to hold onto when we feel like we’re spiraling out of control.
It is hopelessness. I know that now.
I used to think it was ignorance. Or lack of caring. I used to get angry. Every October when the grocery aisles started to display a sea of pink. “Pinkwashing” we call it now. Pink ribbons. Pink products. Pink everywhere. A tradition so old it has a name. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and it used to make me so angry to watch the way we commercialize it.
Then my father has a brush with the C word. The word we don’t even want to spell because it feels too forewarning and…
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