Monday, December 7, 2009

Looking for Adobe Business Catalyst

This site is not in any way connected with Adobe or Business Catalyst, links to their official sites can be found below.

The links found on these pages are all related to Adobe Business Catalyst. All links have been checked by our staff and they all contain valuable content.

The Sortware-as-a-service company Business Catalyst is now part of the Adobe group of companies. The Business Catalyst system allows web design companies to quickly and easily publish their client's websites without any knowledge of programming.

Friday, November 27, 2009

4 Secrets to a Spectacular Relationship

#1. Understand Each Other's Needs
"The main reason marriages break up is not conflict, communication problems, or physical incompatibility," Orbuch says. "It's frustration -- the day-to-day disappointment of the gap between what you expect and how your partner acts -- that is most damaging." To diffuse that frustration, share your expectations with each other. Maybe you desire more affection and he craves more relaxed couple time. "And be sure to check in with your partner once a year, as added pressures or life changes can create new expectations".

#2. Show Him Some Love
Men whose partners give them affirmation -- those words and gestures that show they are appreciated, respected, and loved -- are twice as likely to describe themselves as happy in their relationship. And men may need affirmation more than women, Orbuch's research showed. "Women are constantly receiving flattery from friends and even strangers who say, 'Love your outfit!'" she says. "But men don't get that recognition." Can you imagine a passerby stopping your guy to compliment him on how well his tie matches his shirt? Not gonna happen -- which is why men rely on that attention from their mates. Luckily, there's another payoff to your flattery: He's more likely to return those loving deeds back to you.

#3. Take 10
A weekly date night is always recommended as a way to reconnect, but sometimes all you need is a few minutes. "I call this the 10-Minute Rule: Take 10 minutes a day to talk about anything, except for responsibilities or chores," Orbuch says. Throw out Mom's old advice about how an air of mystery keeps the flame alive: Orbuch's research showed that 98 percent of happy couples say they intimately understand their partners.

And knowing your partner intimately isn't always about engaging in heavy conversations: Anything that helps you learn something new will bring you closer, Orbuch says. You can bond over why you think your dog is the smartest one on the block or which superpower you'd want most. You'll get to know each other's inner world and strengthen your bond of happiness.

#4. Focus on the Good
The best way to make your relationship better is to work at fixing what's wrong, right? Nope. "The most effective way to boost fun and passion is to add positive elements to your marriage, "That positive energy makes us feel good and motivates us to keep going in that direction."

This doesn't mean that you can't feel -- or talk about -- anything negative, but "pretend you are weighing your interactions on a scale," she says. "If you want a happier relationship, the positive side needs to far outweigh the bad." The more you honor the love and joy in your bond, the sooner you'll transform your partnership into one that is truly great.

repost from a credible source.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

4 Things You Should Never Do with Your Credit Cards

In Oklahoma City, a financial adviser and author of The Value of Money, Susan McCarthy lists her top four credit card don'ts:

1. Don't make only the minimum payments. This stretches out your payment and, thanks to the interest, significantly increases your overall cost.

2. Don't carry too many cards. Multiple cards make it easier to rack up debt because it's harder to keep track of your spending. Having lots of cards isn't necessarily bad for your credit, but misusing them is. So limit your plastic to two national cards (store cards often carry higher interest rates) that you manage carefully.

3. Don't miss payment due dates. Not only will you be hit with a late fee but your interest rate could also jump. Sign up for online banking or pay over the phone if you're up against the deadline. (You may pay a processing fee, but it will probably be less than the late fee and the possible interest-rate hike.)

4. Don't take cash advances. These advances generally come with sky-high interest rates and service fees, making them a far too expensive way to get cash. Avoid at all costs.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

that thing called Joomla at webxpress

Webxpress Inc. houses Joomla designers and experts to help build and create your sites using the Joomla CMS. Our skills, knowledge and competency to deliver make us worthy of that claim. We understand your needs and we’ll help you achieve your own custom Joomla sites by catering to your requests. We can set up your website from start to finish and making sure that you’ll find managing the entire site as easy as ABC. Our Joomla experts will help you fully optimize and take advantage of all that Joomla can offer and to read more about Joomla click here.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Adobe Business Catalyst Development & SEO/SEM at WebXpress

WebXpress is the result of the evolution process in offshore outsourcing. It is the result of years of combined experience by outsourcing clients and providers. WebXpress is Quality Website Design, Development & Promotion, Speed to Market, Dedicated Teams & Quality Assurance and Project Management systems which guarantee we deliver as promised & on time.

WebXpress is also an SEO Company as well that offers Adwords Management services, Business Catalyst Development, GoodBarry Development and work on most other CMS systems available on the market today.

WebXpress is Offshore Outsourcing the way you want it!

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Don't use YouTube for link building

I have recently read this for quite sometime. As an SEO I’m not fascinated with YouTube and do not recommend using it as a primary way to build links or as an integral part of my SEO program.


  • While traffic from YouTube can be beneficial, you have to optimize the content on YouTube like any other in order for people to find it. This is time better spent elsewhere.
  • Videos on YouTube are on YouTube so any optimization effort you implement helps YouTube and not your website/pages.
  • YouTube contributes to the pinking of the ‘Net/Web (uses nofollow) so any link you insert to guide people back to your site passes no link popularity.
  • Efforts to make a video go viral begin with the webmaster, not YouTube
  • It’s doubtful you’ll build a brand following on YouTube unless the public is already aware of your brand.
  • By-n-large people look for information on a search engine first, they don’t search on YT for a place to buy baseball cards. There is a reason Google has become a verb and YouTube a pastime.

But the number one reason?

  • YouTube results bump web pages down in the general search results and web pages make sales , videos don’t!

Want to see what I mean? Look here, here, and here and notice how the videos are all ranking in the top five but the sites they represent - don’t. Yes the exposure is nice but where is there opportunity to make a sale?? Throw in local search results and images showing up and it can take a while to get to a static search result. If your goal is to make your website an authority in your industry or niche, you should house and promote the videos on your site, not in YouTube. This will help with algorithmic authority, branding and traffic.

So is using YouTube to build SEO links a wasted effort? Yes, pretty much which is why I don’t recommend using it to increase your link popularity but I wouldn’t totally discount using the number two search engine on the Net to build awareness.

Consider doing this:

  • Make shorter versions of your video’s and insert on YouTube, longer vid stays on your site
  • Create those shorter versions as teasers and as a lead-in to promotions/information on your site
  • Be sure the start and ending frame of the vid include the URL to your website
  • Optimize your YouTube listing with your keywords
  • Be the first one to leave a comment/review under your vid, include the URL to your website and explain a longer more detailed version of the vid exists on your website
  • Encourage everyone you know to drop a comment/review on the video (re/views help push your vid to the top for your keywords)
  • Create a video area on your site just as you would a media room and promote it to the media, your customers, vendors etc.
  • Make the vid’s on your website available through Creative Commons, make full descriptions embedded with kw rich links part of your attribution.

You need to decide what’s best for your site and if having YouTube video’s come up in the serps for your keywords is your goal, power to you. But if you’re in business to make a profit and plan to use video to attract links, know the links you point at YouTube will have little to no effect on your overall rankings.

Use YouTube or any image/audio hosting site wisely and they can be your greatest ally and not a ranking enemy.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Google doesn't recognize the Keyword Meta Tag

A keyword meta tag or a keyword tag is used to help search engines understand what is the page about. It is a group of related phrases which emphasizes the web page. Apparently Google mentioned that they are not using the website keyword meta tag.

Google will not consider a keyword tag for a search result as of September 2009. Google also doesn’t consider it as a factor in ranking websites. This video below Matt Cutts explains why Google will not consider Keyword Tag in searches:

Spamming is the number one reason. A couple of webmasters abuse or over stuff words on their meta tags. Some often give irrelevant keywords but take note that Google does support other meta tags specifically, Title Tags and Description Tags that is why google came up with this solution.

As an SEM I still habitually putting keyword meta tags to website pages because other search engines consider it on their search results, Yahoo in particular. And that i would hardly recommend SEO/SEM to put that meta tag in every site that they SEO.

visit business catalyst support.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Adobe purchased Web platform builder Business Catalyst / GoodBarry

Business Catalyst's technology was built with Web designers in mind.

Adobe Systems has acquired Business Catalyst, which provides a platform for Web professionals to build online businesses, and its GoodBarry subsidiary, Adobe confirmed on Monday - Augist 31, 2009.

Business Catalyst offers an all-in-one Web site platform for Web professionals to build online businesses for clients at a fraction of the time and cost, without requiring any programming, Adobe said in a statement.

Business Catalyst "is a great complement to Adobe's existing tools and services for Web professionals, who are increasingly looking to hosted services to deliver Web sites and online businesses," the company Web site states.

GoodBarry, meanwhile, features an integrated system for running Web sites and offers email marketing. GoodBarry has been around since 2004.

"There are some changes we'll be making to GoodBarry in the coming months," according to the GoodBarry site.

"Most importantly, we'll be refocusing our marketing and sales efforts on the Web professional market (via, as opposed to Web-savvy DIYers such as you. In other words, this means that eventually we will cease 'retail' operations and focus on our wholesale operations and we will only be selling subscriptions to our software via our partner and reseller network."

The site also says GoodBarry soon will be only for Web designers. The GoodBarry brand will be shut down on 1 October.

"You'll be able to create free trials until 1st October 2009, and you'll be able to upgrade those sites until 1st of November 2009. After that date, no sites will be able to be upgraded via GoodBarry," the site states.

The current Business Catalyst team is expected to remain largely intact at Adobe, Business Catalyst said.

The company also expressed a continued commitment to partners and customers. Adobe did not provide information on the cost of the acquisition.


WebXpress developers have built hundreds of Adobe Business Catalyst websites from the ground up and we will find a solution to any requirements you have with the system.

Business Catalyst (BC) is intended for online businesses and consists of the essential tools required for companies that focus on design and web development.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Five good reasons why you should purchase from ATNZ

According to IMVDA’s recent report, used-vehicle registrations have persistently fallen.

The global struggle continues to loom and to survive the recession, dealers must only transact with a reputable source. New Zealand (ATNZ) is New Zealand’s largest wholesaler of used Japanese imports and why wouldn’t it be?

Here are 5 reasons why ATNZ is the best:

* E2E quality assurance
E2E or end to end is ATNZ’s stringent quality control system. You are assured that all vehicles have gone through: accident and damage inspections, full interior and exterior cleaning, odometer certification, stolen vehicle check, MAF inspections, mechanical inspections, WOF compliance, mechanical inspections and grooming.

* Massive used vehicle inventory
ATNZ’s got over 4,000+ quality used vehicles for you to choose from. Not only that; if you haven’t found what you’ve been looking for, you may pre order and let ATNZ find it for you.

* Specials sent straight to your inbox
Signing up is free and you can receive hot bargains and fresh imports via email.

* Delivery service
You don’t have to move a muscle. For an added fee, ATNZ can arrange the delivery of your vehicles.

* Unparalleled 24/7 customer assistance
You can chat, skype or email an ATNZ representative any time.

Amalia M. Aviles
Autoterminal New Zealand

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Top 10 Favorite Used Vehicles in New Zealand

If you are considering importing or purchasing used Japanese vehicles, check out the top 10 used vehicles in NZ.

Over 4,000 used vehicles may be found at (for dealers) and (for retail). Both websites integrated the E2E or End to End Quality Control System. Vehicles have been through stringent inspections, MAF, stolen vehicle checks, odometer certification, WOF compliance, panel and paint when needed and grooming.

Note: This list was taken from AutoMedia eMagazine (May ’09 edition) and based on used vehicle registrations YTD (year to date).

General reviews were taken online from various customers who have posted their feedback on the listed vehicles.

1. Subaru Legacy
General reviews: “Targeted at consumers who want a combination of safety, reliability, and interior comfort.”

2. Toyota Vitz
General reviews: “fun to drive. Pros- fuel economy; Cons- Nothing really.”

3. Honda Odyssey
General reviews: “Most drivers expect that by staying with the regular maintenance schedule, this minivan will run dependably for a very long time. It has excellent fuel efficiency, low emissions, and with the back seat folded down, tremendous cargo space.”

4. Toyota Estima
General reviews: “If your lifestyle demands an eight-seater vehicle but you can't bear the thought of driving something that looks like a van, then the Estima’s for you.”

5. Toyota Corolla
General reviews: “With comfortable roomy interior, smooth ride, good safety ratings and excellent fuel economy, the 2003-2008 Corolla is one of the top picks in a small family car category.”

6. Mazda Familia
General reviews: “Plus points are good reliability and build quality and a roomy, well equipped cabin. It's also pleasant to drive..”

7. Toyota Altezza
General reviews: “It's one of the better handling cars which was a pleasure to drive. A real driver's car; awesome steering feel and response.”

8. Subaru Impreza
General reviews: “..the WRX delivers adequate comfort with the best performance (handling, acceleration)..An excellent second hand buy for people looking for something a bit different.”

9. Mazda Atenza
General reviews: “Very comfortable ride. Very smooth and classic lines to the eye, looks interesting not drab like others.”

10. Nissan Primera
General reviews: ” Great performance for the class. Excellent reliability, performance and handling.”

Amalia M. Aviles
Autoterminal New Zealand

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Beating recession with pre-owned vehicles

It cannot be argued that these are difficult times. From big corporations to small business-owners to individuals, everybody is feeling the credit crunch.

A car is an expensive acquisition second only to buying a house. But amid the global financial crisis, we still need a vehicle to take us from place to place, something to use either personally or for business purposes.

It is perfectly understandable that consumers are reluctant to dig into their pockets for their hard-earned cash in these trying times. But what is the answer for this? What if you really need a car but can’t seem to justify the expense?

Buying a used car would be a good idea.

Not convinced? What follows are several points that, hopefully by the end of this article, might change your mind.

Just remember that the most important thing you should consider is that someone affected by recession, someone who absolutely needs a car, is more likely to buy used than new. Why?

Here are but a few reasons:

When you buy a pre-owned car, you avoid overpayment

With the economy in bad shape, the first ones to feel it are new car manufacturers and, in turn, new car dealerships. They would be the last to admit it, but car salesmen will most probably jack-up the price of their cars to add their own personal fee to the total price you pay.

When you buy a pre-owned car, you own it outright

One sage advice during a recession is to own things outright to avoid monthly payments. During lean economic times, it is easy to get behind on your monthly payments and this can ruin your credit history. It’s much easier and wiser to purchase a pre-owned vehicle outright than it is a new one.

When you buy a used car, you save on insurance and taxes

When buying a new car during a recession, you will probably end up paying a huge amount of money for both the vehicle insurance and taxes. This will eventually add up to your monthly bills. However, if you choose to buy a pre-owned vehicle, the tax and insurance payments will be minimal.

Because most of us are already tightening our belts amid hard economic times, it’s just not a good idea to add to our financial worries.

With this said, it’s pretty safe to say that buying a pre-owned vehicle during a recession is one of the best decisions you might make.

ATNZ reinforces safety and reliability with its new End to End Quality Control System

New Zealand, 6 May 2009 New Zealand (ATNZ) proudly announces its new End to End quality control system or E2E.

E2E is an intensive quality control system comprised of vehicle history checks, mechanical and structural inspections, compliance, panel and paint when needed and finally, a full interior and exterior groom on all imported vehicles.

ATNZ has appointed certified technicians and partnered with reputable agencies namely: AA New Zealand and VSS (Vehicle Safety Systems) to ensure all vehicles not only meet NZTA standards, but exceed them.

The whole process covers the full inspection and verification of the vehicle's status in Japan, the expertise and experience used in shipping, and MAF inspection services both in Japan and New Zealand. The new E2E quality control system also incorporates the ISO 17020 system. Once the vehicles have arrived at ATNZ's inspection sites throughout New Zealand, which includes the new 6500 square metre Auckland workshop facility, the E2E process continues to ensure vehicles reach ATNZ customers yard ready and to the highest standard, this means all AutoTerminal vehicles can be sold with complete confidence.

ATNZ is the largest wholesaler of used vehicle imports in New Zealand, it caters to registered motor vehicle traders and has an extensive inventory of over 4,000 used Japanese vehicle imports. ATNZ has 5 branches across New Zealand in Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton, Tauranga and Wellington.

To know more or view the stocks of ATNZ, log on to or call 09 257 0070.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Auto repair: Learn to get car repair quotes, costs, cheap spare parts and accessories

Admit it, like small kids you only love your car when it drives smoothly but when everything breaks, you feel like you don’t want to see it anymore for fear of the repair costs. The best way to solve your problem with minimal costs is to seek out expert help and get quotes and estimates for repair yourself! This way you’ll know what to do and can therefore manage your budget . Follow these:

1. Ask a friend or your neighbors for a referral. Reputation counts much as going to a place that’s popular will save you from overcharging, scams and unnecessary repairs or charges.

2. Visit a repair center (maybe you can get a free estimate) and ask for a summary of what is wrong with your car. This way you’ll know what is wrong with your car and whenever you’re in doubt you can contact other repair centers and compare costs on estimates.

3. Contacting more repair centers in your area will certainly help you see if the quote you got is fair. Here on, you can compare summarized estimates (repair, parts, labor costs, miscellaneous charges etc.) generally, labor cost is the number of hours spent in the repair multiplied by the hourly charge of the car service.

4. Ask for a written estimate. It helps to have the estimate as reference even Though the final cost may vary when other hidden problems are revealed when you bring your car in. If however your charges end up way higher than your quote, never hesitate to ask or complain to the shop manager and together sort out a satisfactory solution.

As a last note to save more on your car repair budget, it will greatly help if you also know where to get quality spare parts at a price that’s just right or get discounts when you buy.

Before setting off on a hunt, take note of the following essential information.

Know your car basics (year, make, model, engine etc.) and transmission (manual, automatic) and air conditioning. Try to scour as many dealerships as you can and have web access ready in case you want to conduct price comparisons online.

Once you’ve had these things noted, then you can follow these:

1. Learn to look the other way. Though it might seem convenient that your car dealer is the source for quality auto parts, be open that you’ll save like say a dollar at a parts department dealership. Even if it is true that dealers are the only place around where you can get hard to find spare parts and accessories, you will certainly chance upon a good supply for less at a small auto parts store!
2. Browse and order online! The internet is a very good source of top quality spare parts and accessories and with the fierce competition among dealerships you can get greater value for your money. All you need to do by the way is to browse and compare prices as to which suits you best.
3. Take a look at Specialty web sites. Specialty websites are another option in your search as they provide a large inventory of parts and accessories and they also offer shipping and handling. Most often, specialty sites offer big discounts and promos.
4. There are still usable parts in the junk! Junkyards and recycling facilities can save you hundreds of dollars on some parts where getting a brand new one at a dealership would have cost you higher.
5. Ask friends or other drivers. Remember that nothing beats word of mouth, so it is also good to ask around for the best place to go.

Follow these tips and you’ll be heaving a sigh of relief over normally costly car repairs.

Drive safely.

by: Jovir Amatong

The Pros and Cons of Electric Vehicles (EV’s)

Society is wising up in terms of buying the right, economical and eco-friendly vehicles. A few years ago, more auto brands were “going green” and started producing more electric vehicles (EV’s) and hybrids. Motor shows showcased more improvisations of electric vehicles (EV’s) – even the fastest car on earth is now electric.

We will be seeing more of the EV’s since most governments are imposing tougher emission standards on car makers. Other than that, EV development is here to stay due to the fear of erratic gas prices.

Are you thinking of buying an EV? It would be advisable to weigh the pros and cons before you purchase. Here’s a brief look on those important points you should consider:

• COST – Big savings. EV’s just cost as much as gasoline and diesel vehicles when purchased but you save more in the long run; gasoline prices are higher than the price of electricity you need to charge overnight.

• EFFECT ON ENVIRONMENT – Environmentally safe. EV’s are very eco-friendly because they produce almost no emissions; unlike the gasoline and diesel vehicles.

• VERSATILITY/PERFORMANCE – Noise-free and easy. EV’s make a quiet ride and are fairly easy to operate.


• BATTERY- Expensive and not eco-friendly. Some batteries won’t last long before you have to recharge them. New batteries are expensive since they are not the ordinary lead-acid type. They are quite heavy and you’ll have a hard time disposing them since they’re not eco-friendly.

• SAFETY- Quite the average. Because EV’s are nearly silent, they become a hazard when people are not aware of the acceleration. We are used to hearing a speeding car pass by and pedestrians might be in danger. People who have driven an EV don’t feel safe because when they accelerate, they are not in total control. Make sure to ask whether the EV you are interested in has gone through any crash testing; they might not have the same degree of safety as the gas/diesel vehicles.

• PARTS & REPAIRS- Expensive and complicated. Parts for repairs are more pricy due to lower demand. There are only a few brands selling quality EV’s. You have to be a licensed electrician and licensed mechanic to work on them.

• EFFECT ON ENVIRONMENT – Not so eco-friendly. More EV’s mean more power plants; power plants are pollutants to the environment.

• VERSATILITY/PERFORMANCE -Low in versatility compared to diesel/gasoline cars. There is no total control when you accelerate. It starts out slow and the speed eventually increases unlike in gasoline/diesel cars where the accelerometer is very responsive.

by: Amalia Aviles

Green friendly motoring: Gas up your car with Bio-fuels

The alarming effects of pollution in the environment added with the fast depletion and rising costs of fossil fuels, has prompted scientific communities and governments to create measures to alleviate these problems the world over.

One of the solutions that sprang up from laboratories are bio-fuels – plant extracts and compounds which when added to gasoline and petrol will substitute fuel characteristics.

Bio-fuels certainly aids the environment as they are biological in nature and therefore do not add carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Coming from carbon dioxide digesters in nature, they typically remove carbon dioxide and in turn give off the same amount when burnt.

Though still in its introduction stage in the market, bio- fuels has proven to be promising with surprising results- they do not only cost much less to make than gasoline or petrol additives, but elaborate tests has proven that they can also improve vehicle performance and clean emissions! Further tests conducted have also proven that bio-fuels eliminate smog and engine build-up.

A lot of oil companies are slowly picking up the pace in marketing these types of fuel and a lot are reporting sales steadily on the rise due to the affordability and added benefits. There are also new oil market players that cater exclusively to the production and distributing bio-fuels and by-products, now gaining influence off the growing demand for cheaper and cleaner fuel alternatives.

Bio-fuel variants largely used in vehicles today include:

1. Bio-Diesel

For diesel engines. This type of fuel can be used with existing cars with little or no adaptation needed and scores well on the energy ratings. Cars on Bio-Ethanol basically land the same rankings as those running on gasoline. The difference however shows up on the combustion process as Bio-Ethanol only emits the carbon dioxide it has used up in the growth process of its plant source, while burning gasoline or diesel adds more CO2 into the atmosphere due to their underground containment in oil deposits for eons of years.

Large sources of plant extracts usually come from the following:

• Ethanol alcohol from Sugarcane
• Oil extracts from mature Jathropa seeds
• Coconut oil

2. Biogas

Another interesting alternative to fossil fuels, Biogas is the type of gas from animal or plant wastes or a combination of both. A mixture of both has been proven to yield the best results. The animal wastes produce the nitrogen for bacterial growth and vegetable matter supplies the needed carbon.

With the positive market feedback, researchers are still looking and testing other viable plant sources for an even improved fuel additive which will eventually (should the need arise) power vehicles in the future.

As a motorist this is truly a great news – now you’ll get relief over fuel costs and maintenance bills but the most rewarding above all is that in using bio-fuels, you’re contributing to the welfare of your environment.

Drive safely.

by: Jovir Amatong

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

2008 Philippine Bar Exam Results

The result of September 2008 Philippine Bar Examination has been released by the Supreme Court.

A total of 1,310 have passed the 2008 bar examinations, the Supreme Court announced.


1. Lardizabal, Judy A. - San Sebastian College 85.70%
2. Amerol-Macumbal, Mylene I. - Mindanao State University 85.65%
3. Baclay, Jr., Oliver P. - Ateneo de Manila University 85.60%
4. Jala, Majesty Eve L. - Ateneo de Manila University 85.55%
5. Liceralde, Ma. Elizabeth L. - University of the Philippines 85.40%
6. Macapagal, Micael T. - University of the Philippines 84.15%
7. Dy, Denise S. - Ateneo de Manila University 84.00%
7. Regis, April Love C. - Ateneo de Manila University 84.00%
8. Tan, Christine Joy K. - Ateneo de Manila University 83.80%
9. Jacob, Jihan A. - San Beda College 83.75%
9. Velasquez, Shirley G. - University of the Philippines 83.75%
10. Raymundo, Vanessa C. - San Beda College 83.70%


1. ABABA Victoria D
2. ABAD Bernard O
3. ABAD Francis Michael C
4. ABADEZA Melissa A
5. ABALOS Christian Noel C
6. ABALOS Joseph Ryan C
7. ABALOS Mcdonald G
8. ABANTE Priscilla Marie T
9. ABARCA Jerome G
10. ABAYA Mark Francis P
11. ABAYON Jerome B
12. ABDULLAH Noor Hafizullah M
13. ABEJARON Arnold C
14. ABELITA Peter Filip S
15. ABELLA Marie Velle P
16. ABENOJAR Lilian C
17. ABESAMIS Ellen V
18. ABO Rolando T
19. ABREA Elton Dick J
20. ABRENICA Angelee Marree A
21. ABUCEJO Joan D
22. ABYADANG Harriet N
23. ACHAS John Albino C
24. ACOSTA Carl De Liz L
25. ADJU Annally T
26. ADMANA Gerlie A
27. ADRIANO Alexander DG
28. ADRIANO Karen J
29. ADVINCULA Ma. Carolina T
30. AFRICA Voltaire B
31. AGAAB Jose Raphael E
32. AGATEP, JR. Orlino D
33. AGGALAO Arnold O
34. AGRAVANTE Evelyn T
35. AGTARAP Florina C
36. AGTARAP Richard M
37. AGUAS Princess Luren D
38. AGUDO Elma Jewelle A
39. AGUILAR Aileen R
40. ALANO Joseph Rod Allan C
41. ALBO Aubrey F
42. ALCANTARA Abraham Joseph B
43. ALCARDE Princess May C
44. ALCOREZA Joden B
45. ALCUAZ Alfonso Ismael A
46. ALEGRE Jacqueline Ann C
47. ALEGRE Marife M
49. ALEJANDRO Johnsen H
50. ALIBANIA, JR. Eliseo C
51. ALICER Arthur Anthony S
52. ALILAM James G
53. ALIPIO, II Abraham C
54. ALISUAG Ma. Lenina C
55. ALLAM Marion P
56. ALMA JOSE Sylvia R
57. ALMALBIS Jelou F
58. ALMARIO Gilbert S
59. ALMARIO Shari-christine S
60. ALMAZAR Michael Barney R
61. ALMERO Rowena Joyce R
62. ALMOETE Martee L
64. ALMONTE, JR. Bienvenido B
65. ALONZO Timmy Joy S
66. ALPAY Zinia P
67. ALUNDAY Reynold B
68. ALVINA Cynthia L
69. AMBOANG Louilyn N
71. AMIGABLE, JR. Felizardo D
72. AMIS Kathryn D
73. AMISTAD Christian B
74. AMOD Merxel Mae O
75. AMOR Aileen L
76. AMOR Fernando R
77. AMORA, JR. Lilio J
78. AMPIG Francis Athanasius D
79. AMPONG, III Teodulfo S
80. ANDRES Gilbert T
81. ANDUMANG Archie R
82. ANG Arlon U
83. ANG Juvielet Jeanne A
84. ANGELES Albert Lee G
85. ANGELES Erwin C
86. ANGELES Erwin Rommel S
87. ANIAG Mark Anthony V
88. ANITO Mylene A
89. ANONAT Jerry C
90. ANTERO Richard S
91. ANTIG Pamela Angela U
92. ANTONIO Elizabeth B
93. ANTONIO Hannah Lorraine Y
94. ANTONIO Harold M
95. AOANAN Kleider Rex C
96. APAO, JR. Mariano L
97. APASAN Joseph Ryan C
98. APILADO Louella Xylee T
99. APOLINARIO Charmaine C
100. APUYOD Jesus F
101. AQUENDE Hardy B
102. AQUINO Magnolia P
103. AQUINO Mark M
104. AQUINO Paolo R
105. AQUINO Patrick T
106. ARANAS Melchor Jaemond A
107. ARAULA, II Felix B
109. ARBOLEDA Lisette M
110. ARCE Cecilia Maria Rosario M
111. ARCE Liwayway D
112. ARCENAL-NOGRA Aiiza Fiel A
113. ARELLANO-AGUDA Jesusa Loreto A
114. ARGABIOSO Antonio S
115. ARGENIO Kareen May E
116. ARIAS Jolienne Lee D
117. ARIOLA Aimee Riza S
118. ARIOSA Gia L
119. ARITAO, JR. Benjamin E
120. ARNADO Richard M
121. ARQUILLO Ruby B
122. ARTUZ Pearly Sheila F
123. ARZADON Romino G
124. ASENCION Marissa R
125. ASUNCION, III Isaiah O
126. ATAS Richelle L
127. ATENSOR Joseph Brian A
128. ATIENZA Catalino C
129. ATIENZA Katrina Catherine P
130. ATIENZA Leynard B
131. ATIENZA Verdie J
132. ATOS Richelle Mae G
133. AURO Christian V
134. AUTENTICO Ana Michaela N
135. AVELLANO Christine F
136. AVISADO Ethel C
137. AYENG Adelaide Nancy Sybil G
138. AYO Danilo M
139. AYUNGO Theodorick K
140. AZARRAGA Juliet C
141. AÑOVER Paul Vincent W
142. BA-ALAN Orlando A
143. BACARAMAN Nur Jaypha R
144. BACLAY, JR. Oliver P
145. BACLAYO Ruby T
146. BACOLOR Heidi F
147. BACON Edwin M
148. BACONG Jeanie Rose A
149. BAETIONG Joselito M
150. BAGGAYAN Ma. Jonalyn F
151. BAGSIT Liza Flor T
152. BAGUIO Fritz B
153. BAHIAN Rachelle I
154. BAHJIN, II Jainal Abidin Y
155. BAI Muhlis S
156. BAJENIO Webb I
157. BALANGCOD Christobal J
158. BALANGITAN Mark Jeff W
159. BALANON Maxlen C
160. BALBOA Conrada A
161. BALDOVINO Renoir O
162. BALLARAN Armi L
163. BALLINAN John Dale A
164. BALMEO Trinidad V
165. BALTAR Jonathan Z
166. BALTAZAR Jay Francis P
167. BALTAZAR Ma. Francesca Q
168. BANAGUI Leah B
169. BANALAGAY Harold Howell D
170. BANDONELL Marinel F
171. BANIQUED Marigel M
172. BANSON, JR. Ceferino W
173. BANTASAN Joel C
174. BANZON Melissa Suzette L
175. BAQUIRAN Monalyn Ann L
176. BARATA Erwin N
177. BARCENAS Ligaya Victoria U
178. BARIL-LLEGUE Josefina M
179. BARIN Anna Gayle T
180. BARING-PRIETO Aiza Marie M
181. BARRIOS, III Isidro B
182. BARTOLOME Harold Ian V
183. BARTOLOME Prescila D
184. BARTOLOME Vincent Vos R
185. BARTOLOME, JR. David S
186. BARTOLOME, JR. Gaudencio P
187. BASA Fernando C
188. BASANES Karla Kristine L
189. BASCO Diana Joyce N
190. BASILGO Gembeth G
191. BATAC Regina C
192. BATALLA Maria Phenny Joan G
193. BATE Nover M
194. BATHAN Maricris E
195. BATU Kasarinlan S
196. BAUTISTA Cliff John C
197. BAYOTAS Michael Darwin M
198. BAYSAC Dianna Lynne S
199. BAÑAGA Myra Janina P
200. BAÑEZ Emerson S
201. BEJA Ma. Jela Teresa S
203. BELEN Vernon A
204. BELENA Persephone Meir B
205. BELLEZA John M
206. BELMES Mae Richelle B
207. BELMONTE Mary Elizabeth (marybee) M
209. BERIANA Charlene A
210. BERMEJO Ma. Teresa Ana V
211. BERMEJO Maricel F
212. BERNABE, II Regina V
213. BERNALES, JR. Marcial P
216. BERON Jay Cesar I
217. BESSAT Madeleine A
218. BIBAL Joanne Mae A
219. BIGOL Maria Victoria B
221. BIRON Jose Noe James S
222. BONDAD, JR. Rodolfo A
223. BONGAR Kharen Lee P
224. BONGHANOY Liewellyn F
225. BORJA Haidee O
226. BORJA Jacqueline Q
227. BORRA Katrina P
228. BRACIA M. Melvin B
229. BRAGADO Joel Emilio F
230. BRAGAT Maria Lourdes C
231. BREGALA Dennis B
232. BRILLANTES Fel Lester G
233. BRINGAS Catherine S
234. BRION Francis C
235. BRIONES Estrellita B
236. BROCALES Christopher Redeemson R
237. BROTONEL Jo Katrina V
238. BRUAN, JR. Cesario B
239. BUBAN Josephine M
240. BUENA Delbert Clifford V
241. BUENDIA Cristina B
242. BUENO Cheryl F
243. BUGA-AY Vicente Fidel C
244. BUGAOAN Eric Vincent H
245. BUGHAO Melvin Cydrick M
246. BUHAIN Camille R
247. BUNDOC Jacqueline C
248. BUNGABONG Kurt Adolph C
250. BURDEOS Sherry Joy O
251. BURGOS Ma. Lourdes S
252. BUSI Barrytone A
253. CABADING Marilex L
254. CABALI Pearl Grace G
255. CABALLERO Maynard G
257. CABANILLA Cris Francis O
258. CABANSAG Glynis Lyn R
259. CABIC Ellen Aster B
260. CABOTEJA, JR. Romeo O
261. CABRERA Cherrie Mae S
262. CABRERA Maria Christine C
263. CABRIDO Candice Elizabeth A
265. CACAYURAN Sheryll P
267. CACHAPERO Marty P
268. CACHO Arlene Valerie G
269. CADIOGAN, JR. Randolph C
270. CAINTO Angela Faith L
271. CAINTO Leo V
272. CAJIGAL Wilbur R
273. CAJILIG Geraldine A
274. CALAGUI Eric-john S
276. CALAMBA Winsor B
278. CALDE Nimreh L
279. CALDE Roland P
280. CALINISAN Rafael Vicente R
281. CALPO Ma. Lourdes Gaye T
282. CAMACHO Alva C
283. CAMANDERO-GURO Kristine M
284. CAMARA Mark Darwin A
285. CAMPANER Francisco M
286. CANDELARIA Desiree G
287. CANIBA May A
288. CANTALEJO John Dale A
289. CANTIL Jason A
290. CANTIMBUHAN Veron Joy J
291. CAPARAS Melanie C
292. CAPINPIN Michael Joseph C
293. CAPUSEN Dimsey J
294. CAPUYAN Julifaith C
295. CARDENAS Maria Josella Teresa M
296. CARILLO Mae Jill B
297. CARINGAL Carlos M
298. CARINGAL Glenda Leah A
299. CARITOS Rona Ann V
300. CARIÑO Arbin Omar P
301. CARIÑO Marlon M
302. CARLOS Roy E
303. CARMONA Sheila Minnelli V
304. CASTASUS Lee Guian Paulo O
305. CASTIL Rico C
306. CASTILLEJO Raymond Christle N
307. CASTILLO Eleazar E
308. CASTILLO Javerick G
309. CASTILLO Ma. Christina G
310. CASTILLO Paul Cornelius T
311. CASTILLO, JR. Emmanuel F
312. CASTRO Allan R
313. CASTRO Carmencita D
314. CASTRO Cyril Alfred S
315. CASTRO Elvira Joselle R
316. CASTRO Jose Romulo L
317. CASTRO Lorelei A
318. CASTRO Rohail R
319. CATALO Janice C
320. CATAPANG Dyan Kristi C
321. CATAPANG-ROSALES Luzviminda C
322. CATIBAYAN Luis Manuel M
323. CATRE Mary Christine Charisse G
324. CATRE, JR. Noel Christian G
325. CAUILAN Joey L
326. CAUNAN Patricia Yvonne M
327. CAYANGA Edelisa May M
328. CAZEÑAS Mary Dezerie D
329. CAÑAL Renato E
330. CAÑAMO Peter B
331. CAÑEDO Jose Ritche O
332. CAÑEDO, JR. Florenz O
333. CAÑETE Ferdinand C
334. CAÑO Maria Janice B
335. CECILIO, JR. Uldarico P
336. CEDEÑO Al Joseph V
337. CENIZA Yvonne C
338. CENTENO Joseph Darren C
339. CEREZO Jimbert A
340. CERVANTES Leonardo Roy A
341. CHAN Marvin A
342. CHAN Phil Ivan A
343. CHANECO Maria Cecilia V
344. CHANYUNGCO Caleen T
345. CHAO-AYAN Lalaine Y
346. CHAVEZ, JR. Raul B
347. CHAVEZ-BERNARDO Anunsacion P
348. CHING Betha Fe A
349. CHIONG Kristine Vanessa T
350. CHOI Christina T
351. CHONG Juan Ruffo D
352. CHUA Joan A
353. CHUA Jon Anton Daryl Y
354. CHUA Marites L
355. CHUA Maximilian
356. CHUA CHENG Perfecto Adelfo C
357. CIRILO Kristine Ria N
358. CLARIN Armando T
359. CLARINO Madonna N
360. CLEMENCIO Djhoana Gene A
361. CLEMENTE Katrina O
362. CLOMA Melissa D
363. CO Janice L
364. COBSEN Martinelli R
365. COLES Christopher R
366. COLINIO, JR. Ricardo A
367. COLLANTES King George Leandro Antonio V
368. COMAFAY, JR. Errol B
369. COMAHIG Niño Rey P
370. CONDEZ Christina Faye M
371. CONDEZ Dustin Jay A
372. CONDOR Glenn D
373. CONSEBIT Norlyn P
374. CONSTANTINO Alvin Joseph G
375. CONSTANTINO Bernie Francis B
376. CONSTANTINO Cherry Mae M
377. CONSTANTINO Placido S
378. CONTRERAS Monaliza G
379. CORGOS Lenon Jay A
380. CORNEL Bernadette O
381. CORPUZ Christine C
382. CORPUZ Cynthia C
383. CORTES Santos Anthony O
384. COSTELO Arnold C
385. COTIAMCO Casiano Anthony G
386. CRESPO Alesandro G
387. CRISTOBAL Kristan Carlos M
388. CRUZ Agatha Paula A
389. CRUZ Anthony Ronar B
390. CRUZ Carmenez B
391. CRUZ Ferdinand O
392. CRUZ Karl Cornelio A
393. CRUZ, JR. Rene P
394. CRUZ-MENDOZA Karen Kaye C
395. CU Migñon Chrix D
396. CUA Mary Kimberly G
397. CUBERO John Paul B
398. CUEVAS Brian James C
399. CUGAL Arnold V
400. CUIZON Cyril Bryan D
401. CULANCULAN Ma. Cherryl M
402. CUMITAG Gaius P
403. CURAZA Maria Aurora R
404. CUSTODIO Niersen C
405. CUÑADA Jp Anthony D
406. CUÑANO Paul Michael J
407. DAAYATA Jessamine M
408. DABU Maria Helen T
409. DACLAN Eller Roel I
410. DACQUEL Denny A
411. DAGARAGA Roschelle B
412. DALANAO Heidiliza G
413. DALANGIN, JR. Bart Q
414. DALLO Zorayda R
415. DANAO Catherine S
416. DANLAG-LUIG Razel A
417. DANO Richard M
418. DATOON Teresita U
419. DAVID Kristine Kay S
420. DAVID Timothy J
421. DAYAG Wilhelmina Mojet S
422. DE CASTRO Thomas John Thaddeus F
423. DE GUZMAN Rico J
424. DE GUZMAN, III Ricardo C
425. DE JESUS Michael Ken R
426. DE JUAN-HERMOSO Maribeth L
427. DE LA CRUZ Kareen P
428. DE LARA Joel M
429. DE LEON Cyril F
430. DE LEON May Angeli G
431. DE LEON, JR. Hernan Ed Noel L
432. DE LOS SANTOS, JR. Ricardo C
433. DE LUNA Sherwin M
434. DE PERALTA Christian G
435. DE VERA Celina S
436. DE VEYRA Juan Carlos J
437. DEFANTE Divi Bless G
438. DEL SOCORRO Lloyd Ismael O
439. DELA CHICA Jose Jay E
440. DELA CRUZ Allen S
441. DELA CRUZ Donna Cher A
442. DELA CRUZ Eric B
443. DELA CRUZ John Gerald B
444. DELA CRUZ June Abigail S
445. DELA CRUZ Marie Francesca Luz O
446. DELA PAZ Carmela T
447. DELA PEÑA Aldin P
448. DELA RAMA Myra P
449. DELFIN Jeremy Diosana
450. DELGADO Julius Gregory B
451. DELOS REYES Grace Maria Theresa Bambi A
452. DELOS SANTOS Mar Angelo G
453. DEMETILLO Jasmin M
454. DERIGAY Rachel F
455. DIANO Melanie Rita B
456. DICIANO Rachel I
457. DIDAL Janice M
459. DIMAISIP Joyce Jazmin G
460. DIMANLIG Nicole Ava S
461. DINO Jan Paulo DL
462. DIONISIO Mary Jaynard P
463. DITAN Maria Cristina A
464. DIVINAGRACIA Angiebel A
465. DIVINO Markson E
466. DIÑO Dominic A
467. DOCDOCIL Edith A
468. DOMINGO Bernard Joseph E
469. DOMINGO Johnson V
470. DOMINGO Joyce Felisa B
471. DOMINGO Maria Paula B
472. DOMINGUEZ Ina Alexandra A
473. DOMINO Julie Ann B
474. DORIA Arnold V
475. DUEÑAS Niña Genoveva D
476. DUNGCA Joy F
477. DURAN Alain Zam C
478. DURAN Marie Christine A
479. DURANO Mylene M
480. DY Denise S
481. DY Mark Robert A
483. EBREO Madonna L
484. EDUARTE, JR. Henedino Joseph P
485. ELANG Muiz-za M
486. ELE Maria Felicitas V
487. ELOT Beda Joy B
488. ENOPIA Frederick A
489. ENTILA Julius C
491. ESCAUSO Ronald C
492. ESCOLANO Ida Marie V
493. ESGUERRA Roman S
494. ESPEJO-BIAG Angela Patrice A
495. ESPELA Melan M
496. ESPINELI Karen Jill M
497. ESPINO Alain Paul B
498. ESPINOSA Mark B
499. ESPIRITU Kristine Nicole M
501. ESQUEJO Hilda L
502. ESQUIVIAS Julius Thomas A
504. ESTOLAS May Angeli M
505. ESTRELLA Paula Sophia G
506. EUSTAQUIO Magnolia D
508. FABIAN Marie P
509. FABILLAN Alexanderwerk E
510. FAJARDO Jean S
511. FAMOR Orwin Lloyd M
512. FARIÑAS Cherry Dane A
513. FAURILLO Michelle A
514. FAVIS Maria Cristina D
515. FAVORITO Meliza F
516. FELICIANO Dennis P
517. FELIPE Jennifer D
518. FERNANDEZ Ennoh Chentis R
519. FERNANDEZ Maricel D
520. FERNANDEZ Mc Jill Bryant T
521. FERNANDEZ Suzie A
522. FERNANDEZ, IV Cristobal R
523. FERRER Maricris S
524. FERROLINO Concepcion Zeny E
526. FLORES Aldwin Z
527. FLORES Ellen Grace R
528. FLORES Pedrito B
529. FLORES Sherwin D
530. FLORIA Joselea Y
531. FOZ Justice Anthony A
532. FRANCISCO Mariel L
533. FRANCISCO, JR. Philomel D
534. FRANCO Karin-lei N
535. FRISNEDI April Joy L
536. FUENTEBELLA Felix William B
537. FUENTES Ruth C
538. FULE-LOGAN Kathy Luisa G
539. FURIGAY Mark Leo P
540. GABIHAN Dennis R
541. GABOR Allan Jae V
542. GABRIEL Daisy Ann S
543. GABRIEL Sherry Anne C
544. GACUTAN Sheila C
545. GAELA Frederick C
546. GALANG Emmanuel L
547. GALANTO Mary Anne B
548. GALAPON Martin C
549. GALVAN Mark J
550. GALVEZ Hernando C
551. GALVEZ Mechelee Kieth F
552. GAMBOA Joan Lou P
553. GANA Joanna Kristine S
554. GAPATAN Jasmine Ann B
555. GARCIA Grace P
556. GARCIA Jesse James A
557. GARCIA Kerwyn D
558. GARCIA Marc Jeremiah R
559. GARCIA Maria Khristina Z
560. GARCIA Marisa P
561. GARCIA Mark Evarra M
562. GARCIA Michael P
563. GARCIA-GABRIEL Aura Rizza A
564. GARRUCHO Gretchen Y
565. GATDULA Eddielyn L
566. GATURIAN Lalaine T
567. GAVAS, JR. Ernesto R
568. GAY-YA Jerico G
569. GAYAGAY Romelyn B
570. GEALON Rey M
571. GEBILAGUIN Shiela D
572. GELBOLINGO Juliemie B
573. GENUINO Erwin F
574. GEOCANIGA Rommel T
575. GERMAN Dainelee V
576. GIANAN, JR. Lino A
577. GIGA Marlou C
579. GO Abigail V
580. GO Erdelyne C
581. GO Ormil D
582. GOLEZ Sylvester P
583. GOMEZ Ira Jordana Margrethe M
584. GOMEZ Jacqueline Ann Marie O
585. GOMEZ Mark Louie L
586. GOMEZ Michael Geronimo R
587. GOMEZ Patricia Isabel O
588. GOMINTONG Jemarose G
590. GONZALES Lifrendo M
591. GONZALES, JR. Cesario G
592. GONZALEZ Archimedes B
593. GONZALEZ Rosario Carmela B
594. GORRES Angelina Luisa V
595. GRANDE Charlemagne Angelo C
596. GREGORIO Anah T
597. GREGORIO Jenneth M
598. GRIMALDO Ivy Joy R
599. GUAN Ina Claire B
600. GUARNES, JR. Felix G
601. GUAYCO Gideon Rey V
602. GUERRERO Alejandro Epifanio D
603. GUERRERO Feliz Marie M
604. GUERRERO Kathleen Phyllis P
605. GUEVARRA Melanie O
606. GUEVARRA Rexford D
607. GUMABON Joseph Ray P
608. GUMATAY, JR. Efren G
609. GUMBAO Ethyl Fe T
610. GUNGON Flora Fe B
611. GUYO Muamar A
612. HAMOY Owlette Christine Jill D
613. HARON Noharddin M
614. HASSAN Najira S
615. HASSIMAN Jalsidrie T
616. HERNANDEZ Elaine May P
617. HERNANDEZ Helen Grace S
618. HERNANDEZ Robert A
619. HERNANDEZ Rosette M
620. HERNANE Herbert B
621. HERRERA Catherine N
622. HIPOLITO Maria Bienvenida Angelica D
623. HORCASITAS Harold M
624. HUECAS Roy V
625. IDAGO-BELINO Irma Gay G
626. IGNACIO Maria Theresa Distajo
627. ILAGAN, IV Ruben R
628. ILUSTRISIMO Beverly F
629. INIHAO Reymund G
630. INOCENCIO, JR. Miguel C
631. ISIDORO Augusto Eric C
632. ISRAEL Johnny W
633. ISRAEL Marilyn M
634. JACOB Jihan A
635. JALA Majesty Eve L
636. JAM Madeline Arezu T
637. JAMBANGAN Bambeth Mahal C
638. JARA Thacher C
639. JARAMILLA Gilbert M
640. JAVIER Doris C
641. JAVIER Kirby G
642. JAVIER Nesly Joy S
643. JAVILLO-AGUILA Lilibeth M
644. JAYSON Renelyn B
645. JIMENEZ Vicente S
646. JONES Ramon Jose E
647. JOSOL Mary Kathleen C
648. JOVEN Melissa Genevieve B
649. JUAN Eric R
650. JUMUAD Harold A
651. JURADO Leonard Peejay V
652. JURILLA Keenan Rhys Y
653. JUSAY Kenneth J
654. KAKIHARA Jiro G
655. KALIM Abdul Rashid P
656. KAPALAC Judemar V
657. KIMAYONG Zozimo P
658. KINTANAR Maria Ysidra May Y
659. LABINE Annie Rose L
660. LABRADOR Felmanda C
661. LABRIAGA Ma. Jessette G
662. LACSON Rosstum C
663. LADERA, IV Antonio V
664. LADORES Ivan Mark S
665. LAGAN Rachel Lee V
666. LAGUDAS, JR. Eulogio L
667. LAGULA Kristina V
668. LAGUNZAD Sam Dominic T
669. LAJA Leah Easter P
670. LALUNA Ma. Isabel Z
671. LAMBO Ma. Celeste R
672. LAMPACAN Andres Arnold W
673. LAO Kristyn Jean R
674. LAOLAO, JR. Antonio L
675. LARA Maria Leah R
677. LARGO Nelson V
678. LARGOZA Salvador Gregorio L
679. LARIBA Ma. Gloria Alphine S
680. LARIOSA Jessie A
681. LASAM-CUMAGUN Mari-grace C
682. LAURESTE Florida L
683. LAURON Manuel Patrick K
684. LAYGO Jennifer E
685. LAZARITO Khristine Kay M
686. LEDESMA Cheryl Marie V
687. LEE Janice C
688. LEE Kelvin Lester K
689. LEE Marjorie B
690. LEGASPI Bellatrix O
691. LEGASPI Joan Michelle M
692. LEUNG Florendo L
693. LEYCANO Andrea B
694. LEYVA Eunika Lesli R
695. LIANGCO Daryl G
696. LICERA Geony P
697. LICERALDE Ma. Elizabeth L
698. LICO Marisse Gay G
699. LIGMAYO Paul D
700. LIM Bryan S
701. LIM Laarni Victoria B
702. LIM Lovely E
703. LIMBING Cheryl T
704. LINCUNA Duke Ramil P
705. LLANES Lawrence Q
706. LOCAYLOCAY Amife Joan C
707. LOCSIN Ryan A
708. LOFRANCO Vicar Loureen G
709. LOGRONIO Jennie Ann T
710. LOPEZ Dhonadette L
711. LOPEZ Michael Angelo O
712. LOPEZ-ORO Corazon Natividad D
713. LORENZO Edmond B
714. LORENZO Neil E
715. LUARDO, JR. Edgardo B
716. LUCERO Rhoan G
717. LUCILA, II Roberto Rafael N
718. LUIS Benjamin S
719. LUMACTOD Joseph Eric C
721. LUMEREZ, JR. Cresente B
722. LYNN Jacques S
723. MABANES April Rose S
724. MACABANDO Samina S
725. MACABAYA Beryl Concepcion O
726. MACAPAGAL Ferdinand L
727. MACAPAGAL Michael T
728. MACAPAGAL Paolo P
729. MACARUBBO Epifania B
730. MACATANGAY Augusto Leon A
731. MACATANGAY Michael Remir H
732. MACAYRA Marianne M
733. MACEREN Lyndon A
734. MACOY Cristine L
735. MACTAL Walter L
736. MADRILEJO Leonides M
738. MAGNABE Kirk Andrew T
740. MAGTIBAY Medwin B
741. MAGTUBO Rey E
742. MAHAWAN Benison M
743. MAHINAY Girlie C
744. MAHIPUS Diosdado Angelo Junior R
745. MALABAG Maria Rhodora A
746. MALABANAN Karen M
747. MALANDAC Clariza P
748. MALAPOTE Paul Edgar F
749. MALAYA Milagros Evans I
750. MALIBIRAN Bernard Joseph B
751. MALIGAYA Greg Zacarias M
752. MALLARI Katrina Bianca H
753. MAMBA Maria Rosario S
754. MANABILANG Haroun Bin Omar E
755. MANALASTAS Dennis Gerard F
756. MANALAYSAY Andrea Celene M
757. MANALAYSAY Anna Karin F
758. MANALIGOD Ismael T
759. MANALO Paul Erik D
760. MANANGHAYA Maria Melinda S
761. MANANZAN Monica J
762. MANAOG Mary Hazel C
763. MANAOIS Fely Reina V
764. MANCENIDO Uella Vida V
765. MANGENTE Myra S
766. MANGUBAT Rhea M
767. MANLANGIT Angelo D
768. MANONGAS Queen Ann D
770. MANTE, JR. Urbano T
771. MANUBAG Amiel Joaquin E
772. MARABE Ridgway C
773. MARAON Leah B
774. MARAPAO Lord V R
775. MARASIGAN Jennifer M
776. MARASIGAN Nerissa L
777. MARGARICO Paul Andre R
778. MARGATE Karl Anthony R
779. MARIANITO Ronel A
780. MARIANO Emmanuel M
781. MARQUEZ Joyce Marie B
782. MARQUIÑO John Mark C
783. MARTELINO Jobert M
784. MARTHO Edgar S
785. MARTIN Karl Francis S
786. MARTIN Nilo N
787. MARTINEZ Amelia Cristina V
789. MARZAN Antonio F
790. MARZO Lailani C
791. MASACAL Anwar U
792. MATA, II Reynold DG
793. MATEO Eleanor R
794. MATIAS Dexter G
795. MATILLANO Lovely Concepcion C
796. MAURICIO Paul Vincent R
797. MAXIMO Dinah P
798. MAÑALAC Maria Elizabeth S
800. MEDRANO Jayferson F
801. MEER Rafael Antonio P
802. MENDOZA Claudie M
803. MENDOZA Exzon B
804. MENDOZA Gerald Al P
805. MENDOZA Justin Christopher C
806. MENDOZA Melinda Cielo C
807. MENDOZA Sunshine D
808. MENDOZA Winston Aris M
809. MENESES Hermielita M
810. MENOR Benjie Benjamin A
811. MENOR Dianna Kathrina C
812. MERCADO Charade B
813. MERCADO Jihan Carla T
814. MESINA Maria Merle M
815. MICIANO Renee Lynn C
816. MIGUEL Genalyn N
817. MILITANTE Karen Leslie N
818. MILLAN Sharon B
819. MIRANDA Romina M
820. MISA John Paul Louis D
821. MISON Rafael Jaime A
822. MOISES Mary Grace D
823. MOLAS Karen Lisette T
824. MOLDEZ Mary Glenn T
825. MOLINA Christian Dawn G
826. MON Maricar F
827. MONJARDIN Marc Lee N
828. MONSALUD Kristin Ayn D
829. MONTEALEGRE Cheryll Grace H
830. MONTEALTO Stahrl Khristine G
831. MONTECER Marie Concepcion A
833. MONTINO Raul R
834. MONTON, JR. Higino A
835. MORADA Joyce Marie Antoinette L
836. MORALEDA Karla Monica S
837. MORALES April Raine B
838. MORALES Reggie E
839. MORALLOS-OMAR Maria Laarni N
840. MORANDO Jovit R
842. MOSQUEDA Carmela V
843. MOTRIL Helen Grace A
844. NACARIO Jupiter V
845. NADELA, JR. Raul A
846. NAMALATA Joeffrey D
847. NARAG, JR. Mario Atanasio P
848. NARAWI Jullie Mael M
849. NASDOMAN Johnson P
850. NATINO-FALALIMPA Kristin Marie L
851. NATIVIDAD Christian D
852. NATIVIDAD Maria Cecilia G
853. NAVARRO Ma. Cristina T
854. NEBRIJA Michael V
855. NEMENZO Ann Marie L
857. NEPOMUCENO Ann Sophie M
858. NERI Mark Peter G
859. NERO Ma. Josenia A
861. NGO Tom Jayson O
862. NICOLAS Kristian A
863. NICOLAS Menilba M
864. NILLO Aquino Martin V
865. NIONES John Paul D
866. NOCETE Randy F
867. NOCHE Kristen G
868. NODQUE Vida Grace Z
869. NOGOY Ivy Grace B
870. NOLASCO Charisma I
871. NOLASCO Leonid C
872. NOLASCO, JR. Ramon C
873. NUEVO Shirley O
874. NUÑEZ Victor Maria D
875. OBIAL Florence Ed T
876. OBTINALLA, JR. Simeon C
877. OBUS Jose Julius P
878. OCAMPO Francis Louie U
879. OCAMPO Nancy M
880. OCAMPO Rory Jorge L
881. OCANG Jeffrey James G
882. OCHE Jonathan S
883. OCHOA-SARMIENTO Faustina Victoria E
884. OLARTE Rosemarie T
885. OLIDAN Maria Karen S
886. OLIVAR Carlo U
887. OMADTO Jeffrey P
888. ONDOY, JR. Fermin D
889. ONG Cezar S
890. ONGKIKO Emil Bien F
891. ONGSIAPCO Carmela S
892. ONIA, JR. Modesto F
893. ONTALAN Frances Mae Cherryl K
894. ORDAS Nathalia V
895. ORENCIO Donna O
896. OROLA Christopher George L
897. OROPILLA Majellyn N
898. ORTEGA Luz Matilde Niña Dorotea T
899. ORTIZ Ianela Carla M
900. ORTIZ Ruel A
901. OSORIO Fair Lady T
902. OVALLES Franchesca T
903. OÑATE Ronald G
904. PABALAN Analyn T
905. PACIO Maricar P
906. PACOLI Marco Antonio G
907. PACURIBOT Jennifer C
908. PADAYAO Renchi May M
909. PADERANGA, JR. Goering George A
910. PADILLA Jennifer G
911. PAGHACIAN Chiqui H
914. PAGLINAWAN George Ahmed G
915. PAGTAKHAN June Ann R
916. PAGUICAN Adrian D
917. PAGULAYAN Amorsito B
918. PAGULAYAN Domiciano A
919. PAGUNTALAN Mark Geoffrey P
920. PAHUGOT-TOLEDO Anatrinel T
921. PALABRICA Gladys Pearl T
922. PALAO-GUARINO Dioanne B
923. PALILEO Anya M
924. PALISOC Marianne R
925. PALMA Richard Alfred N
926. PALMES Jacqueline H
927. PALOMO Alaine Arnolf A
928. PAMFILO Floralie M
929. PAMONAG Ronilo L
930. PANCHO Frela S
932. PANGANIBAN Jefren P
934. PANGHULAN Garry A
935. PANGILINAN Erlyn Aurea T
936. PANIS Rhuel D
937. PAQUEO Alwen M
938. PARADERO-GUZMAN Katharine Freida B
939. PARAOAN Karl Patrick N
940. PARAÑAL Marveluna A
941. PARDIAN, JR. Joseph L
942. PAREJA Randy M
943. PAROJINOG Gemma F
944. PASCUA Charity L
945. PASCUA Ramar Niel V
946. PASCUA Raymond Joseph D
947. PASCUAL Rigor R
948. PASTELERO Miguel Antonio B
949. PASTORES Stella Angela G
950. PATAJO Jose Paolo A
951. PATRIARCA Richard P
952. PAYLIP Rosevee R
953. PEGARIDO Erlyn M
954. PELANDOC Rico S
955. PELAYO Virgie Lynn O
956. PERALTA Arjay N
957. PERANG Dennis C
958. PEREZ Gene Vincent G
959. PEREZ Joseph Brian T
960. PEREZ Ma. Kathryn Joy Q
961. PERILLO Patrick Simon S
962. PESCADOR Jeremy L
963. PESTAÑO Rose Mae F
964. PEÑALOSA Wilfred Ramon M
965. PHUA Marc Achilles M
966. PICHAY Jane Laarni O
967. PILLADO Noreen A
968. PINEDA Cristina Mia S
969. POBLETE Jonathan Sixto M
970. POBRE Christopher H
971. POLITICO Jeicqpoi N
972. PONFERRADA Regidor A
973. PONSARAN Joy Marie B
974. PONSARAN Raizuli A
975. PONTANAL Alpha Carole O
976. PONTEJOS Fiona G
977. PONTIOSO Rhea Mae A
978. PRADO Crystal I
979. PROSIANOS Myrtle B
980. PUA-NG Janelyn S
981. PUASO Garry Franco C
982. PUGOY Roland Jun S
983. PULMA Dionne E
984. PUNO Charles Michael T
985. PURUEL Rojane M
986. PUZON David Julian G
987. PUZON Kaythreene Eunice G
988. QUAN Ryan Jeremiah D
989. QUE Nanette A
990. QUERRER Janice S
991. QUEZON Don-vic P
992. QUIDATO Sherwin Paul E
993. QUILENTE Mary Grace C
994. QUIMPO Maria Kristine A
995. QUINAGAN Cristina Mae G
996. QUINTANA Rizza R
997. QUIRINO-ABALOS Sylvia Maria Anna P
998. QUITAIN Elizabeth F
999. QUITAIN Katherine F
1000. QUIZO Mary Therese P
1001. RABAGO Rey S
1002. RABORAR Eden R
1003. RACHO Melanie V
1004. RADJAIE Tareeq Yahya Timhar A
1005. RAFAL Chris A
1006. RAGASA Jerleah Remedios B
1007. RAGAY Mera Jane C
1008. RAIMUNDO Rhudilyn April B
1009. RAMIREZ Leslie B
1010. RAMIREZ Shaina Anella B
1011. RAMOS Anna Lorem R
1012. RAMOS Gemma Lou P
1013. RAMOS Ginalyn Y
1014. RAMOS Patrick T
1015. RAMOS, III Primo A
1016. RANARA Lilibeth R
1017. RANCES Domnina T
1018. RANCES Esther Rose N
1019. RAPISTA Judy Marie E
1020. RAYMUNDO Vanessa C
1021. RAZON Judy B
1022. RECINTO Alex G
1023. RECIO Marichelle B
1024. RECTA Gracea Hephzibah R
1025. REFAZO Mynoa M
1026. REFE Analyn E
1027. REGIS April Love C
1028. REMIGIO, JR. Glenn A
1029. REMULLA Giselle B
1030. RENEGADO Renato C
1031. RENOMERON Timm B
1032. RESURRECCION Maria Greta R
1033. REUYAN-DABON Joyous S
1034. REVILLA, JR. Quirino P
1035. REYES Antoinette E
1036. REYES Irene Patricia N
1037. REYES John Adelbert L
1038. REYES Johnson G
1039. REYES Kristine Mari I
1040. REYES Mark A
1041. REYES Ron Winston A
1042. REYES Valerie Jill S
1043. RIBAS James Paul J
1044. RICAFORT Evita Mariz M
1045. RICO Ellen S
1046. RIVAMONTE Ryan B
1047. RIVAS Polaris Grace H
1048. RIVERA Augustine A
1049. RIVERA Francinina Gracia I
1050. RIVERA Joy S
1052. ROBILLO Ernesto Raphael V
1053. ROBLES Frederick Joe N
1054. RODRIGO, III Romeo G
1055. RODRIGUEZ Karen Joyce D
1056. RODRIGUEZ Niño A
1057. RODRIGUEZ Renel Joseph T
1058. RONGO Marcelino C
1059. ROQUE Anna Kristina D
1060. ROQUE Nelson Silvestre
1061. ROSALES Juvy Grace E
1062. ROSARIO Albert R
1063. ROSARIO Lotis P
1064. ROSELLO Jalika Mae F
1065. ROVERO, JR. Vicente F
1066. ROXAS Chino Paolo Z
1067. ROXAS Johndy B
1068. ROXAS Rea M
1069. RUANTO Chris Paolo R
1070. RUBENECIA Vic Allan E
1071. RUBIO Carl Andrew M
1072. RUIZ Ariel N
1073. RUIZ Cholyn Mae M
1074. RUIZ Jose Meno C
1075. SABARRE Rino E
1077. SABERON Paul Richard A
1078. SABIO Fides Angeli G
1079. SADANG Felton C
1080. SADIA Francisco F
1081. SAGA Alvin L
1082. SAGAUINIT Kenneth C
1083. SAGMON Ingrid P
1084. SAGPAEY Jake A
1085. SAHIRON Lilian I
1086. SAIDDI Pherham S
1087. SAJILI Aquino J
1088. SAKANDAL Al-kadam A
1089. SAKKAM Eric Ismael P
1090. SALA Mashur S
1091. SALADAGA Romeo A
1092. SALAZAR Armida B
1093. SALAZAR Didith A
1094. SALAZAR Doris Sharry P
1095. SALAZAR Johnsen A
1096. SALAZAR Roberto A
1097. SALCEDO Karl Andre G
1098. SALE Jenny U
1099. SALEM Ephraim Garnet M
1100. SALIENTE Jacqueline Kate T
1101. SALONGA Christianne Grace F
1102. SALUD Joseph B
1103. SALVA Jocelyn T
1104. SALVE Allan O
1105. SALVO Ariel C
1106. SAMONTE Aren Marie H
1107. SAMPIOR Jorrey T
1108. SAMSON Benjamin R
1109. SAN JOSE Aiza Katrina L
1110. SANCHEZ Bheejhay D
1111. SANCHEZ, II Jay Karel P
1112. SANTIAGO Genesi M
1113. SANTIAGO James A
1114. SANTIAGO Jay Patrick R
1115. SANTIAGO Joann Norpeth M
1116. SANTIAGO Michael M
1117. SANTOS Jhon V
1118. SANTOS Ma. Angelica M
1119. SANTOS Melissa A
1120. SANTOS Michelle Sharon Clara C
1121. SANTOS Phillip Charles G
1122. SANTOS Regina Azucena G
1123. SAQUETON Maria Cresenciana M
1124. SAQUING Sheryl B
1125. SARENAS Jason Kyle M
1126. SARMIENTO Ramon Abraham A
1127. SARNO Michael Angelo C
1128. SATURNINO Charles Ian O
1129. SAYAO Rosemarie B
1130. SECILLANO Jefferson C
1131. SEE Mary Kimberlie C
1132. SEGURA Richelle R
1133. SELPATEN Rodante C
1134. SEMA Omar Yasser C
1135. SENO Andrei P
1136. SERRANO Edward Robinson P
1137. SERRANO Juanito D
1138. SESE John Martin H
1139. SETIAS Lorevi Grace C
1140. SEVA Farrah Mae R
1141. SEVILLA Miracle Joy P
1142. SIA Teresa Geraldine C
1143. SIA, III Quintin P
1144. SIAO Kristin Charisse C
1145. SIASON Alfonso Miguel ML
1146. SIH Davidson Rich L
1147. SILANGA Donnalee G
1148. SILVALA Michael Philip B
1149. SINOGBA Rosalio S
1150. SIRUNO Christian Paul G
1151. SISON Adrian Manuel P
1152. SISON Anna Marin F
1153. SISON Jeffrey Michael F
1154. SISON Sarah Maria Q
1155. SISON-JAVIER Sheila Marie V
1156. SOBERANO Maria Jomah F
1157. SOJOR Alvie Marie L
1158. SOLANO John Albert S
1159. SOLERO Dhalya Grace M
1160. SOLIDON Trina Joy A
1161. SOLIS Carlo Roberto C
1162. SOLIVAS Jasmine L
1163. SOMBRITO Jenny Mae Z
1164. SOMERA Helen Grace J
1165. SORIANO Donna S
1166. SORIANO Marlon U
1167. STA. ANA-LAZARO Bernadeth N
1168. STA. ROSA Karla A
1169. SUBEJANO Z'sa May B
1170. SUBIBI Arneil B
1171. SUELO Risha Mae J
1172. SUGUE Neil Anthony L
1173. SUGUI Louella S
1174. SUGUITAN Sara Jane A
1175. SUMAGAYSAY Nasty Jones S
1176. SUMPO Gilda A
1177. SUSON Mary Ann W
1178. SY Anthony Jordan L
1179. SY Maritess C
1180. TABANERA Lynnicel L
1181. TABLATE Jaemarie N
1182. TADEO Ryan T
1183. TAGABING-GALANO Lovelorn S
1184. TAMAYO Ray Jean D
1185. TAMON Bernard O
1186. TAMPON Aaron L
1187. TAN Art Laurent A
1188. TAN Ashley Lene N
1189. TAN Christine Joy K
1190. TAN Eunice Hyacinth L
1191. TAN Francis Ambrosio S
1192. TAN Norma A
1193. TANDOG Frances Cyrille F
1194. TANGONAN, III Eugenio N
1195. TANGUANCO Alvin B
1196. TAPAYAN Olive Grace A
1197. TAPIA Arvin Q
1198. TAYLAN Kathrine S
1199. TE Marilyn O
1200. TECSON Arlene Grace DV
1201. TECSON Ferdinand C
1202. TED Rosbie I
1203. TELAN Allison Zoila M
1204. TELAN Melissa Anne M
1205. TEMPROSA Charmie Clare T
1206. TEODORO Edison C
1207. TEODOSIO Therese T
1208. TIMBOL Chrysostom T
1209. TIMBREZA Nannette M
1210. TINAZA Leah B
1211. TIPAN Erlinda Candy S
1212. TIU Heli B
1213. TOLEDO Marjorie Ann C
1214. TOLENTINO Mark Kristopher G
1215. TOLENTINO Rommel T
1216. TOLOSA, JR. Benjamin S
1217. TOPACIO Anthony Leonard G
1218. TOQUERO Ismael A
1219. TORBELA Paolo G
1220. TORMES Francy D
1221. TORMIS Maria Carmen R
1222. TORREDES Artemio Jay G
1223. TORRENTIRA Aldrin O
1224. TORREVILLAS Manuenilda Rosario A
1225. TORRIL Jennifer M
1226. TRINIDAD Rudyard Anthony M
1227. TRIPOLI Christopher P
1228. TUAZON, III Jerome Victor C
1229. TUBBAN Henry Junior B
1230. TUMANENG Angeline M
1231. TUPAS Gene Carl L
1232. TUTOR, JR. Fidel S
1233. TY Robert Leo C
1234. UBOD Ronel A
1235. UDARBE Dendo G
1236. UGALINO Karen Anne M
1237. ULANDAY Marcelo N
1238. UMILA, II Benito B
1239. UNTALAN Mialeen C
1240. UY Jerilee V
1241. UY Juan Carlos T
1243. VALDEHUEZA Christian L
1244. VALENZUELA Carol G
1245. VALERA, JR. Joseph D
1246. VALLEJO Jenny May G
1247. VARGAS Carlo Alessandro B
1248. VASQUEZ Gerald DL
1249. VEGA Marie Crystal May C
1250. VEHEMENTE Renato R
1251. VELASQUEZ Cielito May T
1252. VELASQUEZ Kaima Via B
1253. VELASQUEZ Shirley G
1254. VELOSO Marius Fitzgerald E
1255. VENERACION Ma. Theresa S
1256. VER Christian Francis C
1257. VERANO Samuel C
1258. VERGARA Manolo Geoffrey C
1259. VERGARA, III Melito A
1260. VILLABLANCA Reymond Q
1261. VILLAMOR Jordana Day V
1262. VILLAMOR Michael Angelo A
1263. VILLAMOR Vimari D
1264. VILLANIA Reynold B
1265. VILLANUEVA Karl Anthony B
1266. VILLANUEVA Monica Isabelle I
1267. VILLANUEVA Wilnerson B
1268. VILLARIÑA Glenn C
1269. VILLASFER Dennis R
1270. VILLEGAS Adelwiza S
1271. VILLEGAS Jonathan C
1272. VILLEGAS, II Enrique C
1273. VILLENA Charito R
1274. VILLENA Katherine C
1275. VILLEROZ Raymond C
1276. VIRAY, III Marcial Joseph M
1277. VISTO Jay M
1278. VITAL Menita J
1279. WADINGAN Lisle D
1280. WATANABE Ayako S
1281. WEE SIT IV Manuel M
1282. WONG Jessa G
1283. WONG Lynvic M
1284. XAVIER Ela R
1285. YABUT Michael C
1286. YADAO, JR. Arturo Y
1287. YAMBAO Marissa C
1288. YANOGACIO Mariel A
1289. YANSON Juvy D
1290. YANTO-VIRAY Catherine A
1291. YEBAN Ryan John T
1292. YPULONG Rhyne A
1293. YU Frederick T
1294. YUMUL Bess Joy M
1295. YUTATCO-SZE Gloriosa P
1296. YUZON-CHAVES Kristine Rosary E
1297. ZALES Marvin L
1298. ZALSOS-UYCHIAT Maria Paz Teresa V
1299. ZAMBRANO Sheryl Jane C
1300. ZAMORA Ysabel Maria J
1301. ZAMORAS Joseph Ian S
1302. ZAPANTA Andrei J
1303. ZAPATA Ronadale M
1305. ZARAGOSA Jinky C
1306. ZARENO Michelle May I
1307. ZIPAGAN Myra T
1308. ZOLETA Tristan Ysaak M
1309. ZOSA Athena M
1310. ZOSA, III Manuel Eufracio F

Friday, March 27, 2009

Another American Idol was eliminated!

Another AI contestant was eliminated -- Michael Sarver, 27 from Jasper, Texas got eliminated in the contest. His last rendition of "Ain't Too Proud to Beg", the MOTOWN themed - gave him a very low votes from the viewers.

It just wasn't slick enough for the judges to overrule the votes of viewers. Simon Cowell's comment to the married father of two children: "Michael, you're going home. Sorry." -- that straight. Well, yeah he really has to go.

The 9 remaining contestants on the Fox network's singing competition will battle next week.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

American Idol finalist booted!

The “Idol” judges and producers have already decided on their favorite choices, and are going to make sure that Lil Rounds, Alexis Grace, Adam Lambert and Danny Gokey make the final four.

It’s doubtful that’s true, because the show would have so little to gain and so much to lose by doing so, but it doesn’t take someone wearing a tinfoil hat to wonder if the judges saw the story and decided to be more critical of the quartet on Tuesday’s Grand Ole Opry night, just to be on the safe side.

The show's four judges unanimously decided not to keep the soulful 21-year-old single mother from Memphis, Tenn., from being eliminated on the Fox singing competition after she received the least number of viewer voters Wednesday. The panel first teased they might veto her dismissal, but after a final performance, Simon Cowell told her it wasn't good enough.

"I wish I could've done better," she said after her ouster. "But, you know, things happen for a reason." Alexis quoted.

"It was good, but it wasn't good enough," said Cowell. "Sorry. It's the end of the line I'm afraid."

Grace disappointed the judges on Tuesday's Grand Ole Opry-themed performance show with a subdued rendition of Dolly Parton's "Jolene." Kara DioGuardi told the pink-streaked crooner she "lost her edge." Joining Grace as the bottom three voter-getters this week were 16-year-old high school student Allison Iraheta and 27-year-old oil rig worker Michael Sarver

"I'm gonna cry like a frickin' baby," Sarver exclaimed after he learned he was safe.

The remaining finalists in the competition are Michael Sarver, Allison Iraheta, Adam Lambert, Anoop Desai, Danny Gokey, Kris Allen, Lil Rounds, Matt Giraud, Megan Corkrey and Scott MacIntyre.

On next Wednesday's performance show, the finalists will perform Motown tunes. And on next Thursday's result show, another finalist will be sent packing -- or possibly be saved or rescued by the judges.

I just hope my bets will still be on the next round.

those litol ...

Every time i put my kiddo to sleep it really amaze me how cute his little hands and those feet are. i love kissing them while he's fast asleep -- now im missing my litol boy. cant wait to get home now.

very tambok hands

this is how he sleeps.. cutie feet of yaeL..i want to bite this litol thing... ggggrrr.. kakagigil.

Found the lost TARSIER

I really admire how this colleague/friend designs -- i totally adore her passion in making digital designs. Once done making those, she usually uploaded it to her money making site or to her other blogs -- just to show what she made for the day or during idle time.

Last week, Maya and I wondered that Darlene was not around for a couple of hours but as she showed up a little bit later after lunch -- there she shared how her Tarsier found in Cagayan de Oro by her friend who just came back from the said place. Mayged, the NERVE of this Marky_420 guy -- who STOLE my friends artwork with no cost at all and now he cant even share the winning prize he got from the contest of this particular company -- shei corporation, a filipino fashion company.

I wanted to post their conversation here, but Darlene asked not to post it yet. You may check Darlene's blog for the full details of what happened.

To you Mark Daven -- can u just go to hell -- and hope its true that you used the money for your "wife's" delivery. -- hope this is not a very lame excuse.

By the way -- here's the creative work by Darlene thats being stolen.

Logo contest details-

Online accounts of the so-called ONLINE THIEF - Mark Daven

to All pls beware of this guy.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Oscar Awards 2009

The 81st Academy Awards or Oscar Awards 2009 was held at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California and was hosted by Hugh Jackman (fafa!).

Here is the complete list of winners of the Oscars:

Best Actress - Kate Winslet, The Reader
Best Actor - Sean Penn, Milk
Supporting Actor - Heath Ledger - The Dark Knight
Supporting Actress - Penelope Cruz - Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Best Director - Danny Boyle, Slumdog Millionaire
Best Picture - Slumdog Millionaire
Original Screenplay - Dustin Lance Black - Milk
Adapted Screenplay - Simon Beaufoy - Slumdog Millionaire
Animated Feature - Wall-E
Art Direction - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Cinematography - Anthony Dod Mantle - Slumdog Millionaire
Animated Short - La Maison en Petits Cubes
Costume Design - The Duchess
Makeup - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Live-Action Short - Spielzeugland (Toyland)
Documentary Feature - Man on Wire
Documentary Short - Smile Pinki
Visual Effects - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Sound Editing - The Dark Knight
Sound Mixing - Slumdog Millionaire
Film Editing - Slumdog Millionaire
Jean Hersholt Award to Jerry Lewis
Original score - Slumdog Millionaire, A.R. Rahman
Original song - “Jai Ho” from Slumdog Millionaire
Foreign Language Film - Departures (Japan)

Thursday, February 19, 2009

litol yaeL

isn't he adorable!?

he's d reason why i'm alive and kicking every single day. when im tired from work, his laughs relieves it. thank you litol yaeL for coming into our lives, thanks for completing me. luv u biik!

Thursday, February 5, 2009

:: ppooooooppppppin time ::

this is how my lil angel - yaeL look like when he poops -- hehehe


ayaw samok u-u ko

yes, success! \m/