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I Love Asian Feb-13
Sunday, 22 February 2009

Hi to all my readers, sorry that it took so long for this entry (AGAIN). I'm just kinda busy with stuffs, hope y'all understand me. So I dedicate this entry to all mah fellas who came to I Love Asian Valentine Edition.

So What's I Love Asian?;
I Love Asian is an Asian party that held in Hollywood Music Hall in Rotterdam, it's every second Friday of the Month. And it is powered by ASN-Online, the biggest asian community in Europe.

What's so special with this edition?;
Well this time there were 35 PINOYS(so what?), 35 PINOYS in one event such as I Love Asian is kinda big boom. Normally there are only 10-15 pinoys at I Love Asian, I kinda want to change that and gather and invate some pinoys to come and hav fan with thur fellas pinoys...

this is my lil entry sorry that it's kinda short, BUT!! am writing a new entry about pinoys who came here to Holland whene they were babies, kinda in between of 1-10 years old. Watch out for this peeps!!! THNXX 4 READIN AND GOD BLESS

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Sunday, 11 January 2009

Warrupt.. 1st of all just want to wish all people who's reading and visits my blog A Belated, Prospective Happy New Year!!

I will start with the preparation part for the new year's eve, well I woke up (actually my mom is the one who woke me up)around 8 am in the morning and I haven't slept enough to have the mood to go to the outdoor market in "Rijnhaven". When we get there it was really freezing, I was freezing to death, we only stayed 30 min in market and we went home to rest and do some things for to the new year's eve. It was around 4 pm, the time that we went to "Makro" in Delft (it's a self-service whole sale store) to buy sum drinks!! sow what did we bought thur:
5 dozen of the 6 pack-can of Heineken (33 cl a can)
A bottle of:
Curacao blue
Grolsh (also a beer but in a weird bottle)
and some chips and fruits!
After an hour we went home, all I did at home was chill, watch tv and do some things what they asked me to do hehehe...ow and uh almost forgot to type, my sis said according to her chinese colleague you have to put 20 or 50ct on each corner of your house, so I putted 20 coint of 20ct and 50ct that was the job that I had to do for mah sis. so it was finally 6 pm the time that we bought some fireworks (I was with mah siblings and friends). When we went home all peeps in the house was busy doin things and preparing for 00.00!! sow our relatives arrived 10 pm and some guests, all we did was talkin watchin TFC!! few min before 0000 we turned the tv to the regional dutch channel for the countdown and finally it was 2K9!!It was finally time for fireworks!! after 1 hour we went inside to eat some fud and drink and MAGIC SING!! hehe.. so me and my siblings some friends and cousins we sang and drunk until 8 am in the morning!!

Our fud: Casava cake, Fruit salad, Macaroni Fruit Salad, 13 round fruits, the traditional ham, fried shrimp in, spaghetti and pansit for long life, letchong kawali, kare-kare and mic of vegatable with boiled eggs...

Thats for now folks!!!

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The Last FriSaSo Of '08
Sunday, 28 December 2008

I will start with “Fri”, we went to a birthday party in Amsterdam Bijlmer. I woke up 10.30 am to be exact, I turned my NB on and went online on my MSN and YM to do sum chitchat with friend and to check some party sked of ASN. And I saw that there was a party at Thalia Lounge in Rotterdam, so I've told my coordinator that I want to take pics @Thalia. And he putted me on the g-list sow my sked for the next day was kinda full, then we ate lunch at 12.30 pm after eating some chitchat and stuff, my mom said “well guys it's time to get ready, so we can leave”. Finally it was 2pm the time we left from home after 1 hour and 45min sitting in the train we finally arrived in Ams. Bijlmer Station, and we took the bus going to the house of the b-day bash. We were the first visitors or should I say “bwisita” (bwisita is a combi word of bwisit= annoying (bi)sita=visitors), our group was kinda loud and really present at the party hahaha.... though it was really a nice party. So my mom had some chitchat with her relative bout the oldies gen and stuff while we were singing and screaming. So it was “kainan”(eating) time, it was the best part of the party hahaha..... after that we continued to sing etc etc. It was finally 10.15pm, I said to my mom that we should better go now cuz it was getting late, and we arrive 12.20 am at home.... this was the Fri piece

The Sa piece, my sked was really full, I woke up 12pm and decided to chill and go online to have a chitchat with some friends and family. After a while I decided to take a shower and prepare for the Filipino Foodfest, I saw lots of peeps that I haven't seen for a longtime. So I stayed for 45 min at the foodfest cuz have to go to Thalia and I had to meet a friend in the front of Westin hotel in Rotterdam. I was finally in Thalia I was kinda shock cuz the lounge was really 100% chinese(no hard feelings guys) I thought there were also pinoys, indo's etc etc. And I've met the pinoy dj 2 Thalia, it was DJ Esperanza.... And there I was taking pictures and had some chitchat it fellow ASN member.

The Su piece, It was finally 2.30 am so I decided to go home, cuz was kinda boring at Thalia. I took the Bob3 (midnight bus in Rotterdam), I arrived 3.30 am at home and sleep. I woke up 2pm and decided to do nothing just to watch tv (TFC) and go online and chill... I will post some pics soon of my last FriSaSo of '08

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Reading: I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist
Tuesday, 23 December 2008

Warrupt repapips, tropapips, bogaloids, mensen.... as you could see guys my first and last post was on September 3rd and it's now December, kinda long tym ago dont yah think? well btw am back again and blogging again, I will spend more time and make time for my blogspot!!SEGUE
Well lots of peeps knows that am currently reading a book about religion titled “I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist”. There's lots of things in this book that are really interesting and that caught my attention, I will mention some of them: "Men Stumble Over The Truth From Time To Time, But Most Pick Themselves Up And Hurry Off As If Nothing Happened" And This

"No One Religion Has The Complete Box Top. Religions Are Simply Different Paths Up The Same Mountain"

“People Almost Invariably Arrive At Their Beliefs Not On The Basis Of Proof But On The Basis Of What They Find Attractive”.

Isn't it interesting guys?? well for me “Yes It Is!” I'm not going to make an entry about the whole book it self but about a piece that comes in the book, it's a religious question. Before I will begin about that one piece why don't you read it by yourself first? Here's that piece:

Can Truth Be Known? Knock, Knock ...

Evangelical Christians believe that they ought to obey Jesus' command to “make disciples of all nations” (Matt. 28:19). In order to help Christians carry out this “Great Commission,” D. James Kennedy created a door-to-door evangelism technique called “Evangelism Explosion” (EE). If you're a Christian, the EE technique allows you to quickly ascertain where a person is spiritually. After introducing yourself, you are to ask questions like these to the person answering the door:

Can I ask you a spiritual question?


If you were to die tonight and stand before God, and God were to ask you, “Why should I let you into my heaven?” what would you say?

Most people are curious enough to say yes to question 1. (If they say, “What do you mean by 'a spiritual question'?” you go ahead and ask them the second question.) As for the second question , the EE manual predicts that the non-Christian will usually give the “good works” answer. You know, something like, “God will accept me because I'm basically a good person. I haven't killed anybody; I go to church; I give to the poor ... “ In that case, the EE manual tells you to respond with the gospel (literally the “good news”): that all (including you) have fallen short of God's perfect standard, and no good work can erase the fact that you've already sinned; but the good news is that you can be saved from punishment by trusting Christ, who was punished in your place. While this technique has been successful, some non-Christians do not respond to the two questions as expected. For example, one evening I (Norm) decided to take EE to the streets along with fellow member of my church. Here's how it went:

Knock, Knock.

“Who's there?” (A man came to the door)

I stuck out my hand and said, “Hi! My name is Norm Geisler, this is my partner, Ron, and we're from the church at the end of the street.”

“I'm Don,” the man replied, his eyes quickly sizing us up.

Immediately I jumped into action with question 1: “Don, do you min if we ask you a spiritual question?”

“No, go ahead,” Don said boldly, apparently eager to have a Bible thumper for dessert.

I laid question 2 on him: “Don, if you were to die tonight and stand before God, and God were to ask you, 'Why should I let you into my heaven?' what would you say?”

Don snapped back, “I'd say to God, 'Why shouldn't you let me into your heaven?'”

Gulp.... he wasn't supposed to say that! I mean, that answer wasn't in the book!

After a split second of panic, I offered up a quick prayer and replied, “Don, if we knocked on your door seeking to come into your house, and you said to us, “Why should I let you into my house?' and we responded, 'Why shouldn't you let us?' what would you say?”

Don pointed his finger at my chest and sternly replied, “I would tell you where to go!”

I immediately shot back, “That's exactly what God is going to say to you!”

Don looked stunned for a second but then narrowed his eyes and said, “To tell you the truth: I don't believe in God. I'm an atheist.”

“You're an atheist?”

“That's right!”

“Well, are you absolutely sure there is no God?” I asked him.

He paused, and said, “Well, no, I'm not absolutely sure. I guess it's possible there might be a God.”

“So you're not really an atheist, then-you're an agnostic. “I informed him, “because an atheist says, 'I know there is no God,' and an agnostic says 'I don't know whether there is a God.”

“Yeah... alright; so I guess I'm an agnostic then,” he admitted. Now this was real progress. With just one question we moved from atheism to agnosticism! But I still had to figure out what kind of agnostic Don was.

So I asked him, “Don, what kind of agnostic are you?”

He laughed as he asked, “What do you mean?” (He was probably thinking, “A minute ago, I was an atheist-I have no idea what kind of agnostic I am now!”)

“Well, Don, there are two kinds of agnostics,” I explained. “There's the ordinary agnostic who says he doesn't know anything for sure, and then there's the ornery agnostic who says he can't know anything for sure.” Don was sure about this. He said, “I'm ornery kind. You can't know anything for sure.”

Recognizing the self-defeating nature of his claim, I unleashed the Road Runner tactic by asking him, “Don, if you say that you can't anything for sure, then how do you know that for sure?”
Looking puzzled, he said, “What do you mean?”

Explaining it another way, I said, “How do you know for sure that you can't know anything for sure?”

I could see the light bulb coming on but decided to add one more point: “Besides, Don, you can't be a skeptic about everything because that would mean you'd have to doubt skepticism; but the more you doubt skepticism the more sure you become.”

He relented. “Okay, I guess I really can know something for sure. I must be an ordinary agnostic.”

Now were really getting somewhere. With just few questions, Don had moved from atheism through ornery agnosticism to ordinary ordinary agnosticism. I continued, “Since you admit now that you can know, why don't you know that God exists?”

Shrugging hid shoulders, he said, “Because nobody has shown me any evidence, I guess.”

No I launched the million-dollar question: “Would you be willing to look at some evidence?” “Sure,” he replied.

This is the best type of person to talk to: someone who is willing to take an honest look at the evidence. Being willing is essential. Evidence cannot convince the unwilling.

Since Don was willing, we gave him a book by Frank Morison titled “Who Moved the Stone? Morison was a skeptic who set out to write a book refuting Christianity but instead became convinced by the evidence that Christianity was indeed true. (In fact, the first chapter of “Who Move the Stone? Is called “The Book That Refused to Be Written.”) We visited Don a short time later. He described the evidence presented by Morison as “very convincing.” Several week later, in the middle of a study of the Gospel of John, Don accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior. Today Don is a deacon in a Baptist Church near St. Louis, Missouri. Every Sunday morning, for years, he's driven the church bus through the local neighborhood to pick those kids whose parents wouldn't come to church. His ministry has special morning to me (Norm) because two men like Don (Mr. Costie and Mr. Sweetland) picked me up with a church bus more than 400 times-every Sunday from when I was nine until I was seventeen. I was in position to accept Christ at seventeen largely because of that bus ministry. I guess it's true what they say “What goes around comes around,” even if it's just the Sunday school bus.

Courtesy: I don't have enough faith to be an atheist

And again, it's interesting huh..?

Well what I actually did, I've asked some peeps the 2nd question(If you were to die tonight and stand before God, and God were to ask you, “Why should I let you into my heaven?” what would you say?), some of them they did not answer seriously like my cousin. Maybe it's because of me cause am not really a serious guy, though I can be serious. And some answers were MUMBO JUMBO, and there was only one peep left, that I've thought he will answer it seriously. And “THANK GOD HE DID” well I will not mention his real name I will name him “moiboi”, it went like this:

Oney: ey moiboi, If you were to die tonight and stand before God, and God were to ask you, “Why should I let you into my heaven?” what would you say?

Moboi:i'll do anything to go to heaven

Oney: (maar de vraag was wrom God jou in zijn hemel laten gaan) The question was why should God let you into his heaven?

Moiboi: (tjaa, dat is moeilijk) well, that's difficult.

Well honestly it is difficult to answer that question, though I believe in God, but I believe thet every person in this world has a sin. Let's go further with our conversation:

Oney: (ik wist het... dat je dat zou typen) I knew it, you will type that..

Oney:(ik ga nog iets vragen zelfde vraag maar op een andere manier) I will ask you something again, it's the same question but I will ask it another way

Oneyt:(als iemand bij jou aan de deur klopt...) If someone knocks at your door and seeking to come into your house and you say "Why should I let you into my house? What would you say?

Moiboi: i don't now you and i don't now what you wan't, but if i can help you i would only for a good purpose

oney: aha.. hmmm...

Well I was kinda surprised with his answer, I thought he will do the same thing what Don did, but moiboi is a religious guy so I think that's why he did not do the same think what don did. So as we go further:

Oney:(dus je bent niet z'n persoon die iemand aan gaat wijzen waar die naartoe moet)So you're not that kind of guy who would tell someone where to go?

Well the reason why I've asked him he's not the kind of guy who would tell someone where to go, because people here in Holland definitely rude, if your lucky person the won't do anythings violence. Here's the last part of our conversation:

moiboi: (ligt eraan wat voor situatie het is ..)It depends in what situation...

Well my conclusion about our chitchat is... because he is a religious guy sow he didn't tell the person where to go and I believe that God will tell you where to go, because maybe in God eyes you do not belong in heaven because you did not believed in him when you was alive... Actually who knows?

Well guys I just advice you to read this book:

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1st Skul Day
Wednesday, 3 September 2008

September 3 was my first school day in college...kinda cool but not really bwhahaha... I only slept +3 hours cuz I was kinda excited too see new faces and old faces hahaha and too see my tita again who arrived at 6.40 am in Amsterdam Schiphol... I woke up 8.15 AM and I have to be at 9.00 in skul although I've set my phone at 7.30 AM, so I woke up and I looked at the clock and said SHIT!!!! It was kinda late though, but anywayz I gave my self 30 minutes to shower and 15 to do other stuff. It was 8.55 am and I knocked on my bro's door and I said that he HAVE TO DRIVE ME TO SCHOOL or else I will be late.... And yes I was 10 minutes late, it was not a big deal anyways. The teacher had a chitchat and after 2 hours class dismissed bwahahah so I went home....When I came home I saw my tita and she brought 2 kilo's of hot dogs ahihihi.... Although this week is only an introduction week BUT we have to make 3 REPORTS ABOUT THE CHITCHAT OF SOME PEEPS from the government etc etc.

Here's my odd skul whahaha....
Weena 743
3013 AL Rotterdam

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wow nice school .. exited k no? haha