Saturday, January 22, 2011

Commentary on - Translating Scottish English to American English. | Funniest Stuff on the Net!

Translating Scottish English to American English. | Funniest Stuff on the Net!

Watch this very funny video clip from Funniest Stuff and see Gerard Butler, the star of the hit action pack movie epic "300" speak in this native tongue, and yes, he is Scottish, I did not know.

A TV host is seen translating his message to his mom while on tv and see why I can't help laughing out loud. 

The great action king, Gerard Butler, shows his other talent in comedy this time as a  true versatile actor.

Again, laughter in the best medicine, folks. 

Have fun and as we keep Jesus in our hearts, or KJOH.

Take care.

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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Commentary on - More than 120 busted in Northeast mafia crackdown - Yahoo! News

Read on above link from Yahoo News, real life mafia crackdown in northeast US.

Yup! It is still existing, until now.

And as proven over and over again, truly, "crime does not pay."

'Pinoy Blogger (PB) remembers here a quick amusing anecdote where a prominent sign at the back of the driver's seat on some jeepneys (mini 'jeep' type buses) in the Philippines which reminds passengers to honestly pay their fares states, "Only God knows 'Judas' not pay," and interestingly, translates Judas to rhyme with 'who does'.  Lol.

Going back to our topic, it is not only in the movies folks. As we pray for guidance for misguided people that they and people in their community may have peace with the love of Jesus.

Darkness may cover the light for a moment, but in the end, light shines forth in crowning glory as we find truth and wisdom in the bible.

Proverbs 15:9-10 tells us,“The Lord detests the way of the wicked but he loves those who pursue righteousness. Stern discipline awaits him who leaves the path; he who hates correction will die.”

And as in Matthew 6:33,“Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.”

Read on our related post link for guidance, "Christ's Teaching's and Counting Our Blessings Can Lead to True Peace in Life."

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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Commentary on - Griffin’s highlight act draws retaliation - NBA - Yahoo! Sports

Griffin’s highlight act draws retaliation - NBA - Yahoo! Sports

Give way to the mighty LA Clippers! Wow!

Great feat from the new dynamic duo of the NBA, strong and high jumping 6'10' Blake Griffin and versatile partner Baron Davis.

These two NBA young players are making a big difference in NBA and this can make their games more popular the world over.

LA can now be proud of its other team mostly composed of young basketball cagers and rookies.

What has been the LA Lakers loss must have been the Clippers' gain?

Griffin has kept his composure so far and that's superb psychological playing which he has learned to control with his dad's personal touch into coaching him against getting negatively emotional that could cost him some precious games through unwise reactions which the opponent has and will continue to use against him to lose his focus on his game.

So far so good for Blake and Baron.

For Blake, that's the way to do it buddy, humility and forgiveness with effective cool reactions and positive assertions can bring the balance of power in your favor.

In Matthew 23:11-12, Jesus Christ said to the crowd with disciples, "The greatest among you will be your servant. For whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be be exalted." Through Jesus' Christ's teachings we gain wisdom, and through humility, we gain respect and honor.

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Friday, January 14, 2011

Bill Gates Last Day Of Work At Microsoft | Funniest Stuff on the Net! - a Commentary

Bill Gates Last Day Of Work At Microsoft | Funniest Stuff on the Net!

Yup!  It's Microsoft's honcho and world famous billionaire, Bill Gates, featured in this video link in Funniest Stuff.

Check this out on above link with funniest stuff and enjoy Bill Gates last day of work at Microsoft.

He can be one of the richest man on the planet but like you and me, we all have our talents and weaknesses.

As they say, "You can't win 'em all."

But clearly for Pinoy Blogger (PB), his last day at Microsoft and the succeeding days, thereafter, must have been his best days ever?  Do you agree?

You can see the fun side of him as against the serious looking business guru, or nerd if you may, many may have pictured him and how he can be true to himself devoid of inhibitions who amassed a fortune in Microsoft that changed the whole world.

PB knows it and feels it.  His talent is God sent for a purpose, and now, he must have come to his senses and realized how short life really is and it is no use painstakingly enriching oneself while gradually losing your freedom, peace, health and worse, losing your sanity.

We do not have to be Bill Gates in order to enjoy life with our family, friends and others in this life.

All we need is to have true peace in ourselves and PB has found it in the love of Jesus.

Only Bill Gates can tell us his realization immediately before he decided to keep it easy on the reins of Microsoft and enjoy God's blessings as he and other billionaires have opened up their plan to help and share their wealth with the poor and the downtrodden in different parts of the globe with Google following up with its own Thank You 2010 gig of sharing with its 2011 customers enjoined to help others worldwide.

The book Ecclesiastes in the Old Testament of the bible reminds us that everything in life is meaningless, but not until we learn to understand the wisdom of God and strive to become mature in spirit that we learn to “fear God and keep His commandments, which is the duty of man,” (Ecclesiastes 12:13-14), whence, shall God “bring indeed every deed into judgment, including every hidden things, whether it is good or evil.”

And in Chronicles 7:14, also in the Old Testament, from God's words it states, “If My people, who are called by My name, will humble themselves and pray, and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from Heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”

Jesus said too to his disciples in Matthew 7:12, "So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you for this sums up the Law of the Prophets."

In these words, Christ tells us to treat others as we want ourselves to be treated.

For added inspiration, read on our related post on "God's Awesome Works in God Awesome Creation."

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Monday, January 3, 2011

CSN Store's Invitation to Modern Dining Furniture - a Review

CSN Stores has over 200 online stores where you can find anything you need whether it be modern dining furniture, fitness equipment, or even cute cookware!

Its array of modern furniture can challenge our ever changing taste to try something new and different this year.

The great Rose Parade in Pasadena, California, presenting new and modern challenges to creativity is just the start of the celebration of God’s gift of life in 2011.

We pose to see more to come in different parts of the United States and Canada as well.

And what can be a better change at our own homes than getting the right kind of modern dining furniture to greet family and friends visiting us this year?

CSN Stores seems to be bent on showing its sincerity to serve its clients as it has encouraged easy shopping on the web which over the years has received favorable feed backs from its many satisfied customers on convenience, selection and service.

Shopping online with CSN Stores must be a rewarding experience as it has grown its reach and clientele.

I am excited to hear from your experience and feel free to share it on this post.

Whatever items we choose to enhance our quality of life, let us thank God for our blessings as all good things come from Him.

And may we not forget to also share a part of our blessings to others especially those who are in need that we may continue to be blessed.

And as in Matthew 6:33, “Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.”

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