Showing posts from March, 2011

Twin Baby Boys Having A Conversation

Twin Baby Boys Having A Conversation

This week's biggest viral hit is undoubtedly this adorable video of twin baby boys having a conversation. After the video went viral, scholars everywhere attempted to translate the babies' conversation in order to discover what the tots were talking about.
We combed through all of the newly subtitled videos and found what we believe to be the most accurate interpretation of the conversation, brought to you by the linguistic engineers over at College Humor have clearly cracked the baby code and shared their findings with the world.
\When we first saw the video we didn't think that the babies were talking about politics, but after seeing College Humor's translation it's hard not to see the obvious similarities between the babies and "Fox And Friends."

Smart Gilas Pilipinas NT defeats Barangay Ginebra Kings, 111-104 and clinched the 1st outright semis berth.

We're 7-1 now baby! Woohoo! Time and time again, Smart Gilas Pilipinas proved to the critics that they can compete with or without their key players by defeating the Barangay Tagay, I mean Ginebra Kings, 111-104 in 2011 PBA Commissioner's Cup last March 30, 2011 in Araneta Coliseum.

The ever trusted "True Blue Pinoy" Marcus Douthit leads the Gilas charge by making 30 points and supported by Marcio Lassiter with 21 points.

Douthit, who missed a 98-97 win over Powerade last Sunday to rest a sprain, scored 14 of his conference-high-tying 30 points in the final canto, including seven straight that plucked Gilas for good from a 97-91 count inside the last 2:00.

It was the seventh win in eight games for the Nationals, assuring them of the first of twooutright semis berths rewarded the top two finishers in the nine-game eliminations.

“I think we played good basketball, we played a great game. I think we showed we had great character in difficult moments,” said Gilas head coac…

Smart Gilas Pilipinas NT escaped with 98-97 victory over Powerade Tigers without Douthit.

Who says Gilas can't win without Marcus Douthit? Will the crabs, trolls and haters please stand up? Lol. Gilas PHL Team has proved once again that when the going gets tough, they will find a way to earn a precious victory by edging Powerade Tigers, 98-97 in 2011 PBA Commissioner's Cup and they've joined the TNT Tropang Texters in the play-offs.

JV Casio  tops cored for the national team with 29 points, the last of which turned out to be the game winner, as the wily point guard dribbled past two Powerade defenders and scooped a one-hander under the outstretched arms of Francis Allera in the final 9.3 seconds of the tightly-fought contest.

The Tigers, who led by as many as 23 points at 40-17 in the second quarter, had two chances of winning the match, but missed on both opportunities.

Import Martin Zeno failed to ring the bell on his turn-around jumper, and then Allera, who got the loose ball after Japeth Aguilar failed to control possession, botched a point-blank shot as the …

Philippine Azkals Football Team defeats Bangladesh Football Team, 3-0 and advances to 2012 AFC Challenge Cup.

Who let the dogs out?! Arf, arf, arf, arf, arf! Lol. The Philippine Football Team makes history last march 25, 2011 by defeating the Bangladesh Football team, 3-0 and advanced to the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup for the first time.

Filipino-Spanish striker Angel Guirado Aldeguer was a revelation for the PHL Azkals after scoring two goals in the second half of the match taking place at Aung Sang Stadium in Rangoon, Myanmar.

Guirado’s first goal came early in the second half after heading in a shot from Ian Araneta. He followed this up by striking another goal in the in the 80th minute.

Earlier, Araneta scored the first goal in the 41st minute of the game after picking up a loose ball off Guirado.

The Filipino booters started out aggressively, launching a full attack against the BengalTigers. The aggressive play resulted to an early injury stoppage that had Bangladesh’s Zahid being carried off the field.

Guirado and Chieffy Caligdong also made sure to keep the Bangladesh defense busy by closin…

Philippine Azkals Football Team settles for second draw against Hamas-supported Palestine Football Team, 0-0.

For the second match of the Philippine Azkals Football Team, they've settled for second draw against Hamas-supported Palestine Football Team, 0-0 in 2011 AFC Challenge Cup Group Qualifying match in Rangoon, Burma.

The Philippines, defending stubbornly against a tall, physical Palestine team, settled for a scoreless draw Wednesday, leaving the Azkals with no recourse  but to nail a victory in their last group qualifying match in the AFC Challenge Cup.

Lacking the quality to finish several chances, the Azkals, amid cheers from the Burmese fans, walked away from the Thuwana Stadium with another point after frustrating the favored and unbeaten Palestines in a cagey duel played mostly at midfield.

It was undeniable, however, that the Azkals also had their chances.

They were lucky enough not to have fallen behind in the first half, before producing another improved display in the final 45 minutes.

“I’m satisfied with the result,” said Azkals German coach Hans Michael Weiss. “I have seen a …

B-Meg Derby Ace dealt's Smart Gilas Pilipinas' first defeat, 98-90 in OT.

I'm sure, the PBA Fantards are rejoicing now because finally, a PBA team has defeated Smart Gilas Pilipinas. Who the hell are they? Gilas is our national team for Pete's sake and the reason for joining the PBA is for their training and to add playing in a different system(PBA should have used the FIBA Rules).

Anyways, B-Meg Derby Aces dealt's Smart Gilas Pilipinas first defeat in 2011 PBA Commissioner's Cup, 98-90 in OT. The odds were heavily stacked against it, but severely undermanned B-MEG Derby Ace refused to be daunted.

In what could be his farewell performance, Shamari Spears came up with a conference-high 26 points.

But the likes of PJ Simon and KG Canaleta left the biggest marks in helping the Llamados fashion the win that had seemed unlikely.

Simon, who wound up with 20 points, scored the first five points of overtime and that buoyed Derby Ace’s confidence no end while seemingly rattling the Nationals, who went 2-for-9 from the field and committed two turnovers …

Thorium-based Nuclear Reactors:An alternative to Uranium-based nuclear reactors and source of nuclear energy?

This article came from about an alternative source of nuclear energy to feed the reactors. Hopefully the anti-nukes activists will read and understand this article. Lol.

Uranium Is So Last Century — Enter Thorium, the New Green NukeBy Richard Martin December 21, 2009  |  10:00 am  |  Wired Jan 2010
Photo: Thomas Hannich The thick hardbound volume was sitting on a shelf in a colleague’s office when Kirk Sorensen spotted it. A rookie NASA engineer at the Marshall Space Flight Center, Sorensen was researching nuclear-powered propulsion, and the book’s title — Fluid Fuel Reactors — jumped out at him. He picked it up and thumbed through it. Hours later, he was still reading, enchanted by the ideas but struggling with the arcane writing. “I took it home that night, but I didn’t understand all the nuclear terminology,” Sorensen says. He pored over it in the coming months, ultimately deciding that he held in his hands the key to the world’s energy future. Published in 1958 under the…

Philippine Azkals Football Team drew against Myanmar Football Team, 1-1 in 2011 AFC Challenge Cup Group Qualifiers.

source: Cedelf P. Tupas |

RANGOON – A resolute Philippine side came tantalizingly close  to another famous victory away from home only to be given a dose of its own medicine.

Rescued by late equalizing goals so many times in the past, the Azkals were the ones to yield Monday – this time to Myanmar – and settled for a 1-1 stalemate at the start of the group qualifying phase of the AFC Challenge Cup at the Thuwana Stadium here.

James Younghusband gave the Azkals the lead with a well-taken penalty kick in the 76th minute to silence the crowd of about 5,000, but Khin Maung Lwin saved the home side’s blushes with a free kick in the second minute of injury time.

It was a heartbreaker of sorts for the Azkals, who defended stoutly in the opening half before producing timely, dangerous counter-attacks in the second half.

Three minutes of injury time, however, was enough for Myanmar to carve up a scoring chance.

Skipper Myo Min Tun fell to a soft challenge from Greatwich and Khin rol…