Saturday, August 30, 2008



From the first time I saw this movie I said to my self, " This is the best movie I have ever seen.
It is mixed with a personality of a person, family, strength a weaknesses of a woman and how to survive and sacrifice self dignity. Like a contagious virus, pretty and athletic girls in their teens start disappearing around the globe one after another...

It is directed by Ching Siu-Tung, for six long years, CIA agent Jack Chen (Daniel Wu) has been investigating the disappearance of teenage girls from around the world. These girls are being abducted by the evil Madame M (Almen Wong), who is training them on a remote tropical island to become ruthless assassins. Charlene (Maggie Q), Katherine (Anya) and Jing (Jewel Lee) are the latest girls to ‘graduate’ in early adulthood as Madame M’s killers-for-hire; but agent Chen is hot on their trail.

Wong Jing is the Roger Corman – or maybe Lloyd Kaufman – of the Hong Kong film industry, writing, producing and directing a prolific stream of B-movie thrillers. Some of his films hit the right exploitation buttons – Naked Killer, The Last Blood, Sex & Zen 2 & 3 – but Naked Weapon ain’t one of them. For a film about a trio of sexy assassins who use their bodies to seduce men shortly before killing them, it’s curiously tame on the flesh-front. The camera can’t get enough of model-turned-actress Maggie Q, but there’s little actual sex or nudity.

Jing’s script is functional at best, and the decision to shoot in English hardly helps matters. Maggie Q, Anya (another ex-model) and Wu may be fluent in the language, but they give wooden performances, while late-in-the-day bad guy Andrew Lin (Madame M is forgotten by the end) might be a decent actor, but is clearly uncomfortable acting in English, leaving much of his dialogue incomprehensible.

What Naked Weapon needed was a fast-moving, tongue-in-the-cheek approach, but Jing and director Ching Siu-Tung take their film way too seriously. There’s no end of cheesy scenes, as Charlene reconnects with her mother (bleughh) and Chen realises that he’s fallen in love with this foxy murderess (huh?). The film’s sole saving grace is the action – Siu-Tung choreographed the spectacular fight scenes in Zhang Yimou’s superb Hero, and here he combines gunplay and martial arts with skill, even if some of it is in that flashy post-Matrix style that’s rapidly becoming old hat.



When starting a new business or operating an existing one, it is essential to develop and maintain a basic understanding of the changing world in which the business is operating.

  • Business Planning
  • Business Statistics
  • Business Definition
  • Business Survival
  • Economic Environment
We must also view attention of the following:

Market Share

Market share is an allocation of total sales of similar businesses. Utilize results of the market evaluation and competition analysis to realistically estimate if there is room for another "like" business.

Marketing Strategy

Marketing involves activities necessary for getting and keeping customers. A carefully conceived and executed marketing plan, focusing on the customer, is a major contribution to business success. Develop your overall marketing strategy by considering how the product/service will help the customer.


The type of product or service offered will often influence how accessible you need to be to your market. Once the market is defined and competition has been identified and analyzed, site location becomes easier. Choose your location carefully. Answering the following questions will help in choosing a location with the best advantages.


Megabytes, Gigabytes, Terabytes… What Are They?

These terms are usually used in the world of computing to describe disk space, or data storage space, and system memory. For instance, just a few years ago we were describing hard drive space using the term Megabytes. Today, Gigabytes is the most common term being used to describe the size of a hard drive. In the not so distant future, Terabyte will be a common term. But what are they? This is where it gets quite confusing because there are at least three accepted definitions of each term.

Processor or Virtual Storage

· 1 Bit = Binary Digit
· 8 Bits = 1 Byte
· 1024 Bytes = 1 Kilobyte
· 1024 Kilobytes = 1 Megabyte
· 1024 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte
· 1024 Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte
· 1024 Terabytes = 1 Petabyte
· 1024 Petabytes = 1 Exabyte -
· 1024 Exabytes = 1 Zettabyte
· 1024 Zettabytes = 1 Yottabyte
· 1024 Yottabytes = 1 Brontobyte
· 1024 Brontobytes = 1 Geopbyte

Now you should have a good understanding of megabytes, gigabytes, terabytes and everything in between.


5 (FIVE) "S"

5S is a method for organizing a workplace, especially a shared workplace (like a shop floor or an office space), and keeping it organized. It's sometimes referred to as a housekeeping methodology, however this characterization can be misleading because organizing a workplace goes beyond housekeeping (see discussion of "Seiton" below).

The key targets of 5S are workplace morale and efficiency. The assertion of 5S is, by assigning everything a location, time is not wasted by looking for things. Additionally, it is quickly obvious when something is missing from its designated location. Advocates of 5S believe the benefits of this methodology come from deciding what should be kept, where it should be kept, and how it should be stored. This decision making process usually comes from a dialog about standardization which builds a clear understanding, between employees, of how work should be done. It also instills ownership of the process in each employee.

In addition to the above, another key distinction between 5S and "standardized cleanup" is Seiton. Seiton is often misunderstood, perhaps due to efforts to translate into an English word beginning with "S" (such as "sort" or "straighten"). The key concept here is to order items or activities in a manner to promote work flow. For example, tools should be kept at the point of use, workers should not have to repetitively bend to access materials, flow paths can be altered to improve efficiency, etc.

The 5S's are:

Phase 1 - Seiri (整理) Sorting: Going through all the tools, materials, etc., in the plant and work area and keeping only essential items. Everything else is stored or discarded.

Phase 2 - Seiton (整頓) Straighten or Set in Order: Focuses on efficiency. When we translate this to "Straighten or Set in Order", it sounds like more sorting or sweeping, but the intent is to arrange the tools, equipment and parts in a manner that promotes work flow. For example, tools and equipment should be kept where they will be used (i.e. straighten the flow path), and the process should be set in an order that maximizes efficiency.

Phase 3 - Seiso (清掃) Sweeping: Systematic Cleaning or the need to keep the workplace clean as well as neat. At the end of each shift, the work area is cleaned up and everything is restored to its place. This makes it easy to know what goes where and have confidence that everything is where it should be. The key point is that maintaining cleanliness should be part of the daily work - not an occasional activity initiated when things get too messy.

Phase 4 - Seiketsu (清潔) Standardizing: Standardized work practices or operating in a consistent and standardized fashion. Everyone knows exactly what his or her responsibilities are to keep above 3S's.

Phase 5 - Shitsuke () Sustaining: Refers to maintaining and reviewing standards. Once the previous 4S's have been established they become the new way to operate. Maintain the focus on this new way of operating, and do not allow a gradual decline back to the old ways of operating. However, when an issue arises such as a suggested improvement, a new way of working, a new tool, or a new output requirement then a review of the first 4S's is appropriate.

A sixth phase "Safety" is sometimes added. Purists, however, argue that adding it is unnecessary since following 5S correctly will result in a safe work environment.


Lean concepts requires clearing out things which are not needed in order to make it easier and faster to obtain the tools and parts that are needed.



The progress in and insistence on quality of education coupled with rapid strides in spread of knowledge calls for equally developed and able recipients. Thus, a definite need is felt for well-developed personality and character in our life. The vedantic concept of personality development is based on the concept of perfection of each soul and self-confidence for realization and manifestation of this inner knowledge.

Five dimensions are involved in forming the human personality. These are:

1) physical self, 2) energy self, 3) intellectual self, 4) mental self, and 5) blissful self.

Well-integrated personality is the sum total of harmonious expression of these five dimensions.

Physical self relates to our senses. Proper nourishment and growth of physical faculties is essential by way of balanced diet, recreation, music, and care and concern from near and dear ones. A simple pat on the back for any achievement in life goes a long way to build up confidence. However, discretion and discrimination are the key words in this regard. Otherwise, there is every chance that senses would create havoc by way of infatuation and attachment to the sense objects.
Energy self is somewhat subtler than the first. It relates to metabolism and the gross manifestations of energy (Prana), for instance the act of breathing. The control of Prana is achieved by control of anger, anxiety, and restlessness.
Intellectual self concerns with discriminative power and knowledge, what we call "buddhi". In addition to sincere and formal studies, reading other books like biographies of great and noble persons and invigorating literature helps us develop this faculty.
Mental self is related to stress and psychology. Here selflessness, control, concentration, and calmness of mind plays essential role.
Anandamaya Kosha or blissful self is the function of state of being. It calls for remaining calm and unaffected, nay to remain happy, in all the frivolities of world, in neck break competition and struggle, in calamities and disasters, in suffering and loss, in failure and success.

Suppose there is an old ink pot with dried crust inside it. When we try to clean the ink pot, dirty water comes out initially. But if we continue to pour fresh water repeatedly dirt is cleared and the water coming out is cleaner and cleaner. Same is the case with evil thoughts at the time of meditation. By pouring fresh and clean water of mantra and concentrating on the form of our Ishta, we can soon get rid of bad and dirty thoughts over a period. This period can be one year, ten years, one birth or ten births! It depends on the efforts and Grace of the Guru. But one thing is sure; one has to go through the process, if not today, tomorrow! Therefore one should start today only, howsoever useless and difficult sadhana may appear.

By this we become masters of ourselves. There is no want or deficiency anymore. Feeling of loneliness and helplessness is replaced with feeling of identity with all and total fulfillment in life.



Sometimes, its really hard to forget someone who have been a part of us. Memories really remains in our heart. Sometimes its hard to understand things beyond our expectations. We could not understand things unless we are not tested by faith…

Things really comes back into your lives unless you will not learned into it. "KARMA" is always present.

Why when we does good, we are blame wrong? Why when we are faithful, we are heckled? Why when we love, we are hurt.

Sometime, we tend to revenge! But wait… All things are given for a reason. Even us we have each purpose in living in this astonishing world and reasons why no one exist!

But i know for sure; we may never get all we wanted and i know it’s all for the best!!!

So get up! Learn from your own mistakes and do the right thing you think is right! Your matured enough to distinguished right and wrong! tremble in God! Do good, live life the way God wants you to be. And unceasing joy will be yours!



This question, no matter how we used or word it out, seems to assume that the brain is the same ting as the mind.

That is not true. The brain itself has its parts that was made of tissues just as of the body. Don't you know that, it is the brain who controls body movements? reflected the senses– seeing, smelling, touching, hearing and tasting.

All the knowledge that we have first comes through this pathways.

The mind, however, is not a physical thing that cannot be seen or weighed.

Somehow, it is the part of each human being which he remembers, thinks and feels.

Actually, it is through the brain that the mind works and we could not have a mind unless we first had a a brain to gather up all the sense impressions.

At the same , we must know that no activity of the mind takes place without activity of the mind takes place without activity somewhere in the cells and fibres of the brain and nervous system.

Friday, August 29, 2008


Who is your HERO?

I am proud to say that he is my hero!!!

All of those memories would still remain in my heart!!!

All of those sacrifices he made for us! there is no points to forget it!

Those sweats just to give us at least 3 times a day, those air he breath just to be with us longer…emoticon

His face, his nose, his eyes, his smiles, his walk, his standing position, his lessons, his love, his caress! He gave everything for us! He made a lot of sacrifices! A true hero here in my heart!

Someone who never know to scold us or even hurt us!

When we still young my mother is so unfair! She never gave us equal with my youngest sister in an instance of food! But my great father gave his part so no more trouble. But I feel pity so sometimes I just divide it into two and gave him the other part…

One night…

My father told me to wipe his back with a wet towel. I never thought it would be the last time i could serve him.emoticon I did not follow him because I'm making my assignment at that time.. I want to finish everything before proceeding to another task.

I just take it for granted!

When tomorrow come he began to feel weak, he don't even eat! Thats why i scolded him.

But his too weak, really weak. After a days later, he just sit on his bed because he cannot breath enough! He tried to fight!! He really tried!!! I know...emoticon

I told my mother to send him in the hospital!

But my mother doesn't care enough!!! I feel hate of her!! She still think for the money that are going to spend and the food, she never realized my poor father’s feeling…

Another day came, before he died, my mother supposed to send him because he was scolded by my 2 brothers!!

My mama and my younger sister send him at KAPALONG DISTRICT HOSPITAL since when we don't have enough money at that time…

I hate all the nurses and the doctors here in KAPALONG DISTRICT HOSPITAL! I hate them all!

They just left my father, didn't care him, just neglect my pity father!

If I'm just strong enough to fight! I would kick them all in there chairs! to let them know that there someone waiting for there help!

But where are they? huh!

They are too late when they come!

My father is in critical condition…

My sister is the only one left there! because my mother come back early in the morning to go to work! How she think? I hate my mom too! But I'm helpless! No matter I feel hate and no matter how bad she is, she still my Mother! The one who show me the world!

Maybe I just misunderstood her, but still i love my mom so much!!!

For me, all of those memories will remain forever in my heart.

I could not forget my real hero!! my greatest hero in my whole life!!!

I am bless i have him!!! the one who truly loves us!!! my very great father!!!

my FATHER!!!

I miss him so much!!!

Love you always pa!!!



In an emergency, a person’s life depend on how quickly people near him think and act. and we must have some idea of what to do when they come upon a person who is badly injured or ill.

And first aid is the help first given.

*if you’re with an ill person, the first thing to do is to see whether he has injuries that need immediate care. There are 3 types of injuries that must be treated at once:

- severe bleeding


First aid for bleeding

the first thing to do is to fall and graze your knee so it may bleed slightly and will stop and lately form a scab. But if you cut yourself on something such a broken glass, it may bleed much more.

First aid for unconscious

if you shake someone or speak to him when asleep, he gonna wake up, but if a person looks as if he sleep but cannot wake him, then he is unconscious for some reason that he is ill.

if an unconscious is lying on his back, his tongue fall back in his throat and cause him to choke.

-so he must be rolled over on his side and placed i what is known as the recovery position.

turn his head to 1 side so that his mouth and nose will be clear. Bend the leg (at the knee) and the arm (at the elbow) upwards on the side the person is facing and see to it that the person’s mouth is clear.
If he has a false teeth then take them out.


If there is an accident and someone badly injured, he needs treatment from a doctor. But before you run for help, first aid is the best thing to do.


How to conserve water?

all know that water is one of the most important thing in the world and the most useful thing in every day's’ activity. Some people waste and some are conserving it. How does water help us and how do people waste it. I will share you this.
Out of 100% percent, there are only 15% whose conserving water. Do you believe in that? Well, that’s true… There are almost 65 gallons a day that were waste because of leaking faucets, brushing teeth while the faucet is on, a leaking shower and improper usage of water.

You! You people can help conserving it and can help your self!

Like a use water from a wash dishes could also used for the plants and flowers. Fixing the broken outlets of faucets, turning off the water meter at night before going to sleep, using used water in cleaning the car or by using a pale, brushing teeth with the use of glass & taking a bath using a pale.

That are some tips in conserving water and helping you with your water bill.

Be wise! I know you can. Let’s help the world!