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Now for some Hollywood hullabaloo, we just recently saw how Britney and Reese seemed to have synched up and dumped their hubbies at the same time. While Reese and Britney are being pounded by paparazzis and press people with this new development, we can turn our attention to their recently singled men: Ryan Phillippe and Kevin Federline.

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The 8th Cinemanila International Film Festival is currently on-going (November 3 to 15, 2006) in SM Digital Cinemas at the Megamall, SM North Edsa and the Mall of Asia; in Greenbelt Cinemas at Ayala Center, Makati City; and in the National Commission for Culture and the Arts Auditorium in Intramuros, Manila. It features 75 full-length films from 35 countries in five sections—World Cinema, Young Cinema, Digital Lokal, Philippine Panorama and Sineng Pambata.

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coco070.jpg David Eric Poarch, also known as the Coconuter, is a rather handsome Filipino-American guy who left the convenience of American living and settled in a provincial abode somewhere north of Manila. He blogs about this crazy life experiment, which for him is an attempt to look for himself. He says, ” I, a half Filipino half American raised in the US, now will be facing life in a turmoil-infested third world country, and I am doing so willingly. Furthermore, as this trip is a leap of independence and an emphasis of self-sufficiency, I am going there without any family or external support and without any extra money or belongings except what I feel are necessities for survival. What led to this? I kind of know, but it’s hard to explain completely. My instinct tells me my birthplace, the Philippines, is my “safe haven” although in reality going there may prove to be my undoing. I am clouded by visions of “striking gold” in a country where everyone tells me nothing glitters. I am trying to find what it is I am meant to do in life, and even though everyone tells me I am wrong, my heart still tells me that my purpose lies within the Philippines.” Very inspiring.

He posts pretty regularly, including some of his topless photos. Now that got you interested, right? Hahaha!

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He-he-he! Now on to the real topic of this post…

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Even with a partner/boyfriend, would you still go to bi/disreet/gay chatrooms?

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Mark Herras is a product of GMA 7′s Starstruck artista search. Turning only 20 this December, he has pretty much matured from where he was when he won his Ultimate Survivor title. One GMA insiders says technology has done wonders on his skin — well this does the audience good, as we all deserve to see beautiful things. Many tag Mark as the one with a “bad boy” charm. While I personally prefer “good boy” looks like Dennis Trillo (sorry people, Dennis is mine, hehehe!) I do, once in a while, appreciate the other side of the spectrum din naman. So here goes, lovers of bad boys, enjoy Mark Herras!


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(This post is part of the Tiburcio Series. Below is part of a letter from Tibs, a reader of this blog.)


My girlfriend’s guy friend’s name was Al. He had just arrived from the US that time, a new officemate of my girlfriend; he’s Filipino, studied there in the US but decided he wanted to try out coming back here. He was not very tall, maybe 5’7″ (I’m 5’9″) but he looked mestizo with aquiline nose, a real good looking profile, and wore eyeglasses that made him look more serious than he actually was.

I met Al when I accompanied my girlfriend during a night out in Street Life (that was across TGI Fridays and Hard Rock Cafe at the 2nd floor of Glorietta that time.) At first he was silent, at I was okay with that. The night out was a non-event. The next day, I was surprised to get a text message from him.

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Last call for nominations for…


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Laffline Comedy Bar at Timog Avenue in Quezon City is a little different from Malate’s Bassilica Bar, the usual comedy bar I go to.

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marcos.jpg “For me, beauty has always been a religion. Plato said beauty is God made real,” our very own Imelda Marcos said. She continued “…what God doesn’t give, you have to make yourself.” And with that, she, together with daughter Imee and hunky grandson Borgy, recently launched the Imelda Fashion Collection — a funky, streetwise line of jewelry, clothing and, most definitely, shoes.

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“Boom tarat tarat!” blares on my TV. The studio audience of Wowowee goes berserk as each chosen contestant gives his own rendition of the dance steps. It’s so silly and pointless, inanity brought to the highest degree, and yet I enjoy watching it. Perhaps it’s because of my innate ka-jologan. Or maybe because it personifies the happy nature of Pinoys.

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