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GoDaddy SuperBowl 2009 Coupons

Posted on 30 January 2009 by Flisha

You can get free registration with your newly registered or transferred GoDaddy domain. Qualified TLDs are .COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, .BIZ and .MOBI. The promotion code is cjcBOWL.

You can get a GoDaddy domain name at the discounted price of only $6.99. Use the GoDaddy coupon cjc699COM.

What’s an interesting domain name to register for these days..?

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Hello Kitty Online (HKO) Happy Hearts Valentine’s Event

Posted on 30 January 2009 by Flisha

Hello Kitty Online is opening up again in February, for a special event known as HKO Happy Hearts, an exclusive event that only Founders can participate in. The event will take place on February 12, 2009 at exactly 22:00 EST, and will end on February 17, 2009 at 23:59 EST. Another exciting five days for us Hello Kitty fanatics!!!

The theme of the HKO Happy Hearts event is Valentine’s (duh!) but Cupid has gone missing!! There’s no love in Hello Kitty world! So the founders need to find Cupid ASAP and bring back the love to HKO. As always, of course, prizes will be given out to the first few who finish the quests. Oooh, I hope my skills have gotten good enough to play fast! :D

Am soooo excited! *Jumping for joy* YAY!!!

HKO has improved the game lots. Bigger screen resolution so now you can play in 1024×768 mode, plus a movable client, and resizable chat boxes (yay for this!). There are some new designs for farms too, coolness! Whee! :-)

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Dingdong Dantes to Appear in AXN’s The Duke Pilot

Posted on 29 January 2009 by Flisha

Filipino actor Dingdong Dantes received his first international mention when he was listed as one of E’s top hottest young men of 2008 (third in fact). Now, Dingdong is getting more international notice as he is slated to appear in the pilot episode of AXN’s new show, The Duke. The show will feature successful young men across the world.

The interview with Dingdong took place last December 2008, in Dingdong’s place in Cubao, Quezon City. The Duke will air on February 9 at 8pm on AXN Philippines (and other channels of AXN around the world).

Other personalities that will be featured on the show are Philippine Vice-President Noli de Castro and Gawad Kalinga founder Dylan Wilk.

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Solar Eclipse 2009 Pictures

Posted on 27 January 2009 by Flisha

The first solar eclipse of 2009 fell on January 26 (coincidentally, the Chinese New Year) and I was there to see it firsthand. Lucky for me I live on the edge of the Philippines, in Zamboanga City, Mindanao. At 4pm Monday, I parked on one of the benches along the coast, armed with my Canon S5 IS and some old floppy disks, then started shooting.

None of the photos below have been altered save for some resizing (the original pics are too high-res), bordering and watermarking. Take a look!

The Red Series

I don’t have a high class IR filter for my camera, or anything like that. All I did to be able to capture the solar eclipse in photo was to dig out one of my dad’s old floppy disks, take out the black film thingy from inside it and then manually hod the film in front of the lens of my camera. How very old-school, huh? :)

All photos below are arranged in the order of when they were taken (mostly).

The Black and White Series

The Mixed Series

I find I like this series best. Using the floppy film brought out the solar eclipse but it also blacked out everything else. I liked just covering part of my lens with the filter so my camera could capture the ocean in full color.

This woman had no idea there was a solar eclipse behind her. In fact, very few people knew. There was this one guy who seemed frustrated that his DSLR + zoom lens + very long hood could not capture the eclipse. He kept stomping around in vain. There was a family of three who were trying to see the sun without so much as a pair of sunglasses to block the sun’s rays, so I have no idea if they were actually able to see the eclipse. Most people were just enjoying the sunset, like any normal day. Very surreal.

The Non-Series

No filters were used for the non-series. As you can(not) see, it was next to impossible to see the solar eclipse with bare eyes. But I liked the way that my camera somehow captured the reflection of the partial eclipse. :) Very pretty. The eclipse was only visible during the last few seconds of the sunset. Unfortunately, the sun petered out before it reached total eclipse. :-(

A Nice Day at The Beach

The Props and Photog

Yup, that’s me in the second and third pics. People were passing by, looking at me with a funny look. I must have seemed quite strange, hahaha. And… that’s Zamboanga City’s busy coastline in the last pic.

Click the pictures for bigger resolutions!

It was a fun day! I love solar eclipses! :-) Do you have photos of the solar eclipse? Leave a link!

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Israeli Eliav Goali Arrested in Cebu, Philippines for Bomb Joke

Posted on 25 January 2009 by Flisha

Israeli Eliav Goali, 24, was on his way to board a Cebu Pacific plane from Mactan, Cebu bound for Manila at about 3:30 PM when he made an unfortunate joke about having a bomb in his shoes.

Stupidly, he said it to an airport employee during the security inspection.

Goali was subsequently arrested by Philippine police, for making a false bomb threat. He is currently detained at the Lapu-lapu City police station. His cousin, Naor Narkisi, 25, elected to stay behind with him.

He may be an idiot, but hopefully no charges will be pressed. The Philippines faces bigger problems than airport jokes.

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Zamboanga, Indian Ocean to See Annular / Solar Eclipse on January 26

Posted on 24 January 2009 by Flisha

On January 26, the year 2009 will experience its first solar eclipse. Greatest eclipse will be witnessed by those in the Indian Ocean and western Indonesia, while a partial eclipse will be experienced by those in the southern third of Africa, Madagascar, Australia. Partial phases of the eclipse will be visible from southern Africa, Australia, Southeast Asia and Indonesia.

To check if you will be able to see the eclipse from your city, check this PDF file for the circumstances of the solar eclipse across the world. All times are in Universal Time and you may have to convert to your local time. You can use this time converter.

NASA describes the solar eclipse as such:

The annular path begins in the South Atlantic at 06:06 UT when the Moon’s antumbral shadow meets Earth and forms a 363 kilometre wide corridor. Traveling eastward, the shadow quickly sweeps south of the African continent, missing it by approximately 900 kilometres. Slowly curving to the northeast the path crosses the southern Indian Ocean. Greatest eclipse[1] takes place at 07:58:39 UT when the eclipse magnitude[2] will reach 0.9282. At this instant, the annular duration is 7 minutes 54 seconds, the path width is 280 kilometres and the Sun is 73° above the flat horizon formed by the open ocean. The central track continues northeast where it finally encounters land in the form of the Cocos Islands and onward to southern Sumatra and western Java (Figure 2). At 09:40 UT, the central line duration is 6 minutes 18 seconds and the Sun’s altitude at 25°. In its final minutes, the antumbral shadow cuts across central Borneo and clips the northwestern edge of Celebes before ending just short of Mindanao, Philippines at 09:52 UT.

I converted the UT times in the NASA report and so, in Philippine time, the annular eclipse begins on January 26 at 2:06 PM. The shadow begins in the South Atlantic and slowly crosses to the southern Indian ocean.

Greatest eclipse, or the point when the distance between the Moon’s shadow axis and Earth’s geocentre reaches a minimum, is achieved by 3:58 PM. That means this is the point when the moon reaches its maximal covering of the sun. Greatest eclipse will have a duration of 7 minutes and 54 seconds.

At 5:40 PM Philippine time, the annular eclipse hovers above southern Sumatra and western Java. This will last 6 minutes and 18 seconds. The solar eclipse will end just short of Mindanao at 5:52 PM.

This paints a pretty dismal picture for the Philippines. It seems that we will not be able to see the solar eclipse at all if it ends before it even reaches Mindanao.

However, upon looking at the PDF file I mentioned earlier, the solar eclipse will be visible to Manila, Philippines at UT 8:55 or 4:55 PM. Malaysia will experience it earlier at UT 8:32 or 4:30 PM. Zamboanga, midpoint of Malaysia and Manila, will probably experience the solar eclipse somewhere between 4:30 and 4:55 PM.

Greatest eclipse will visit Manila, Malaysia and Zamboanga by 5:51 PM. Only Kuala Lumpur will see the solar eclipse end by 6:59 PM (sunset in KL is at 7:25 PM) because Zamboanga and Manila’s solar eclipse will be prematurely cut by dusk (sunset in Manila is at 5:52 PM and sunset in Zamboanga is 5:58 PM).

So, the last question on my mind is, will the weather conditions in Zamboanga permit me to have a cloudfree, fun solar eclipse experience? Ay, the answer might be no, what with these rainy days. Weather prediction for Zamboanga City on that day is scattered thunderstorms day and night. Oh noes. (Even Manila will fare only slightly better).

Still, you’ll see me camping out by Cawa-cawa on January 26, as early as 2 PM, just to be sure. (Okay, maybe not, midafternoon is pretty hot unless it’s a cloudy day.) And I’ll be there until sunset! (Okay, unless the rain chases me away.)

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The last time I experienced a solar eclipse was when I was 6 years old. That was the morning of March 18, 1988. I was so excited, and my whole family, my cousins and uncles and aunties, and most especially my dad. Everyone had been talking about it for days beforehand.

My dad, he prepared a big piece of glass for me, and taught me to rub charcoal all over it ’till it stained. He did the same thing for himself. Our neighbors were doing it too. And then we all collectively waited for the solar eclipse. It was like we were all holding our breath.

I remember feeling so giddy and scared and excited, waiting. And then it started, the shadow creeping at the edges of the sun. It was amazing, breathtaking. I held the tinted glass up against the sky and watched in awe. I will never forget that feeling of wonder, of magic.

It was such a beautiful, poignant moment in my life. And a very nice memory of my dad and how much I loved him…

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January 26 is going to be an amazing day! :-)

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Charice Pempengco and David Archuleta to Duet

Posted on 24 January 2009 by Flisha

PEP reports that American Idol finalist David Archuleta and rising star Charice Pempengco are set to perform in a duet. Pempengco says that the gig is not yet confirmed, negotiations with Archuleta’s camp are still ongoing.

Pempengco arrived at NAIA airport noontime on January 22, straight from Los Angeles, California onboard Northwest Airlines. She sang at Barack Obama’s inauguration ball at the Mandarin and Grand Hyatt Washington Hotels. She performed the songs “One Moment in Time” and “God Bless America”.

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Zest Airways Year of the Ox Promo

Posted on 23 January 2009 by Flisha

Zest Airways is offering an Oks na Oks promo, in line with its Year of the Ox theme.

Flights from Manila to Busuanga, Marinduque, San Jose (Mindoro), Cebu and vice versa cost only Php 688 all-in, meaning you pay no additional taxes or surcharges.

Zest Air Flights from Manila to Caticlan, Calbayog, Catarman, Virac and vice cersa cost Php 988 all-in. Travel and selling period are effective immediately until further notice.

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Philippine Proposal Requires License of Bloggers (Full Text)

Posted on 22 January 2009 by Flisha

Is the Philippine government trying to tax bloggers?

That seems to be the case, judging from an inconspicuous proposal posted on the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) website. Here is the crux of the matter. They want everyone on the Internet to register through them…

Contents, Information, Applications and/or Electronic Games Providers, Contents Developers, Information Sources, Applications Developers, and Electronic Games Developers are required to have commercial presence in the country and shall secure Certificate of Registration (COR) from the Commission.

…and then pay fees. A filing fee of Php300 ($7) and an annual registration fee of Php6000 ($133). Whoa!!! I haven’t even made that much from Google Adsense in five years, and I have to pay that amount EACH YEAR just to be able to place a banner ad over my blog??? That’s just crazy!

Stop right there, you say. How do we know if we really are part of this proposal? Well, firstly let’s take a look at what is addressed by the proposal:

Contentrefers to all types of contents delivered to/accessed by the users/subscribers such as music, ring tones, logos, video clips, etc.

Informationrefers to all types of information delivered to/accessed by the users/subscribers, e.g. road traffic information, financial information, visa application information, etc.

Now that we know, let us ask ourselves whether we, as bloggers, offer either content or information. And the answer is yes, on both counts. Content is definitely an area that some, if not most, bloggers have ventured in. Who hasn’t tried to upload a Youtube video or two? Information, on the other hand, is most definitely blogger territory. That’s what we offer our readers everyday, that’s everything we do.

So we know the kind of data addressed by the proposal. The next step is to analyze whom the proposal really pertains to. Are we actually involved? Well, here are the affected, and my comments in brackets:

Contents Providersare persons or entities offering and providing contents to the public for compensation through the networks, systems and/or facilities of authorized networks, systems and/or facilities providers [If you place advertisements on your Youtube videos, you’re a content provider. Or if you sell graphic designs or web templates, you’re also a content provider.]

Information Providersare persons or entities offering and providing information to the public for compensation through the networks, systems and/or facilities of authorized networks, systems and/or facilities providers. [Okay, we’re talking about the paid bloggers here. In fact, anybody with an ad network like Google Adsense falls under this sweeping definition, and that’s like, almost the entire blogging community.]

Contents Developersare persons or entities creating contents. [Uhhh. The only thing differentiating this term from a content provider is the issue of compensation. Meaning, a content provider is a subset of a content developer. So why even make up a “content provider” if they’re gonna tax all content developers anyway? Or do the content providers get taxed TWICE??]

Information Sourcesare persons or entities providing information to Information Providers. [Rest assured that if you have any original thought in your body, share it and get taxed.]

Applications Developerare persons or entities creating applications. [Oh, are you a programmer like me? Too bad, we’re getting taxed. Say goodbye to the opensource movement.]

Electronic Games Developerare persons or entities creating electronic games. [My, my. As though electronic games were not applications. I wonder how many times I will have to get taxed here.]

Man, that’s a whole lot of people the NTC wants to tax. The entire Internet fits in there! In fact, I alone, fit in five categories of people the NTC wants to tax. I am a content provider, an information provider, a content developer, an information source (sometimes), an applications developer and an electronic games developer. So, I guess I should pay NTC a filing fee of Php 1500 ($33) upfront and a registration of Php 30,000 ($667) from now and each year thereafter.

Then, on the matter of scope. How can we be sure that we’re talking about the Internet here? Maybe we are just simply discussing the mobile networks in the country? Well, that’s where the ambiguity of the entire document comes in. While the data and the persons addressed by this document are defined clearly, the scope is not defined at all, only the goals are:

  • Promotion of competition in the telecommunications market, where telecommunications carriers are free to make business decisions and interact with one another in providing telecommunications services, with the end in view of encouraging their financial viability while maintaining affordable rates.
  • To further encourage the development of contents, information applications and electronic games, the prevailing access charge regime between the contents, information, applications and electronic games providers and the networks providers which is revenue sharing should be replaced by fixed access charge.

Telecommunications is mentioned in the goals, but does the term “telecommunications” solely pertain to the mobile carriers like Smart and Globe? And then, these companies do not serve only the mobile market, but also the data market (they are Internet Service Providers as well), and so if these companies are involved, then are we, as data consumers of these companies, not part of them as well?

It’s nice that the NTC would like the telecommunications market to be more competitive. It’s nice that they think that by enforcing more fees from everybody, that somehow everybody else would experience lower fees (where is the logic in that?). But goals are just goals and not often the end result, especially not from such an ambiguous, all-encompassing proposal such as this.

So, is the Internet involved? Are we, bloggers, involved? Scope is not spelled clearly in this document, but if we forget that for a moment and say that yes the Internet is involved, then yes, we bloggers are definitely involved and are definitely taxable.

So let us not let this proposal be passed into a bill, in its very ambiguous state. Because if it does pass, then only a tiny misinterpretation of the law is needed to spell disaster for bloggers.

It’s the best way to curtail free speech in a third world country. Don’t let this happen.

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Here is the full text of the proposal:

2 December 2008 draft

MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR
No. ______________________

SUBJECT: GUIDELINES ON THE PROVISION OF CONTENTS, INFORMATION, APPLICATIONS, AND ELECTRONIC GAMES

WHEREAS, the 1987 Constitution fully recognizes the vital role of communications in nation building and provides for the emergence of communications structures suitable to the needs and aspirations of the nation;

WHEREAS, the promotion of competition in the telecommunications market is a key objective of Republic Act No. 7925 (RA7925, for brevity), otherwise known as The Public Telecommunications Policy Act of the Philippines, which mandates that “a healthy competitive environment shall be fostered, one in which telecommunications carriers are free to make business decisions and interact with one another in providing telecommunications services, with the end in view of encouraging their financial viability while maintaining affordable rates.”

WHEREAS, RA7925 further defines the role of the government to “promote a fair, efficient and responsive market to stimulate growth and development of the telecommunications facilities and services”;

WHEREAS, the provision of contents, information, applications, and electronic games to the consumers creates demand for telecommunication networks and services – the development of contents, information, applications, and electronic games should therefore be encouraged and facilitated;

WHEREAS, the entry of more contents, information, applications and/or electronic games providers in the market will result to lower prices benefiting the consumers;

WHEREAS, to further encourage the development of contents, information applications and electronic games, the prevailing access charge regime between the contents, information, applications and electronic games providers and the networks providers which is revenue sharing should be replaced by fixed access charge;

WHEREAS, in the power sector the consumers can purchase their power requirements from independent power producers – power producers are not subject to nationality requirement;

NOW, THEREFORE, pursuant to RA7925, Executive Order (EO) No. 546 series of 1979, and in order to encourage and facilitate the development of contents and the provision thereof to the consumers, the National Telecommunications Commission (Commission) hereby promulgates the following guidelines:

A DEFINITIONS
1. The following terms as used in this Circular shall have the following definitions:
a. Content – refers to all types of contents delivered to/accessed by the users/subscribers such as music, ring tones, logos, video clips, etc.
b. Information – refers to all types of information delivered to/accessed by the users/subscribers, e.g. road traffic information, financial information, visa application information, etc.
c. Application – refers to all types of applications delivered to/accessed by the users/subscribers, e.g. mobile banking, electronic payments, point of sale service, etc.
d. Electronic Game – refers to games played online except gambling.
e. Contents Providers – are persons or entities offering and providing contents to the public for compensation through the networks, systems and/or facilities of authorized networks, systems and/or facilities providers.
f. Information Providers – are persons or entities offering and providing information to the public for compensation through the networks, systems and/or facilities of authorized networks, systems and/or facilities providers.
g. Applications Providers – are persons or entities offering and providing applications to the public for compensation through the networks, systems and/or facilities of authorized networks, systems and/or facilities providers.
h. Electronic Games Providers – are persons or entities offering and providing electronic games to the public for compensation through the networks, systems and/or facilities of authorized networks, systems and/or facilities providers.
i. Contents Developers – are persons or entities creating contents.
j. Information Sources – are persons or entities providing information to Information Providers.
k. Applications Developer – are persons or entities creating applications.
l. Electronic Games Developer – are persons or entities creating electronic games.

B REGISTRATION
1. Contents, Information, Applications and/or Electronic Games Providers, Contents Developers, Information Sources, Applications Developers, and Electronic Games Developers are required to have commercial presence in the country and shall secure Certificate of Registration (COR) from the Commission.

2. There shall be no nationality requirement for contents, information, applications and/or electronic games providers, contents, applications and/or electronic games developers and information sources.

3. The application for registration shall be filed and acted upon by the Commission not later than seven (7) working days from date of application.

4. The application shall include the following documents:
a. Valid registration from the Securities and Exchange Commission or from the Department of Trade and Industry and Articles of Incorporation;
b. Facilities lease agreement with duly enfranchised and certificated public telecommunications entity; and

5. The Certificate of Registration shall be valid for a maximum period of five (5) years. Applicants for registration may opt to apply for shorter period not shorter than one (1) year. Certificates of Registration shall be renewable.

D FEES AND CHARGES
1. The following fees and charges shall be imposed:

a. Filing Fee : PhP 300.00
b. Annual Registration Fee: 6,000.00
c. Surcharge for late : 50% of the annual registration fee if application
filing of application is filed within six (6) months from date of expiry
for renewal 100% if filed after six (6) months from date of expiry

E RATES
1. The rates shall be deregulated. The contents, information, applications and/or electronic games provider shall inform the Commission of the rates for each of the content, information, application or electronic game offered at least three (3) days prior to the offering of such content, information, application or electronic game. Contents, information, applications and/or electronic games providers seeking increases in rates shall inform the Commission of the details of such increases at least five (5) days prior to the implementation of the increase. The Commission in the exercise of its mandate to protect consumers may not allow the increase. If the Commission does not act on the information within five (5) days from receipt of the same, the contents, information, applications and/or electronic games provider can impose the new rates.

F ACCESS CHARGES
1. Networks, systems and/or facilities providers shall provide access to contents, information, applications and/or electronic games providers upon request and based on an access agreement. Access to the networks, systems and/or facilities of duly authorized providers by registered contents, information, applications and/or electronic games providers shall be mandatory.

2. The access charge shall be negotiated. The access charge shall be cost-oriented and shall not be higher than the prevailing retail rates, not promotional rates, for the service where the contents, information, applications and/or electronic games are offered/provided.

G CONSUMER WELFARE AND INTEREST
1. Contents, Information, Applications and/or Electronic Games Providers shall strictly comply to the provisions of MC No. 05-06-2007 (Consumer Protection Guidelines), MC No. 04-06-2007 (Data Log Retention of telecommunications traffic), and MC No. 03-03-2005 (Rules and Regulations on Broadcast Messaging Service) and its amendments.

2. Complaints from the subscribers/users shall be presumed to be valid. The burden of proof shall be upon the contents, information, applications and/or electronic games providers.

H Sanctions
1. Violation of any of the provisions of this Circular shall be a ground for the revocation or cancellation of the registration as Contents, Information, Applications and/or Electronic Games Provider.

2. The Commission may direct the disconnection of the access to the networks, systems or facilities of authorized providers pending the investigation of a complaint filed by a subscriber/user if the Commission finds that there is strong evidence against the contents, information, applications and/or electronic games provider.

3. Any violation of this circular shall be dealt with in accordance with law.

E Final Provision
1. Any circular, order, memoranda or parts thereof inconsistent herewith are deemed repealed or amended accordingly.

2. This Circular shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication in a newspaper of general circulation and three (3) certified true copies are furnished the UP Law Center.

Quezon City, Phlippines _________________________.

RUEL V. CANOBAS
Commissioner

JORGE V. SARMIENTO
Deputy Commissioner

JAIME M. FORTES, JR.
Deputy Commissioner

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This is not a law yet. This is just a proposal, and in fact there was a public hearing earlier this afternoon, at the NTC Executive Conference Room (3rd Floor NTC Building, BIR Road, Quezon City). (Will update you on the outcome of that.) Apparently, the hearing was cancelled. No news on whether it will be resumed later.

Please blog about this topic and air your thoughts. Let us not let the Philippines government take away our right to free speech.

Other bloggers reporting on this story:
Mike Abundo
Tech At Hand

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Barack Obama and Gloria Arroyo in Filipino Advertisement for Motilium

Posted on 20 January 2009 by Flisha

Have you seen this fabulous advert? It’s a spoof of a dinner meeting between the Philippine president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and the USA President-elect Barack Obama.

It’s a real advertisement that’s being broadcast across Philippine televisions, promoting a cure for stomach cramps. The pill is called Motilium.

The man is actually an Indonesian photographer, named Ilham Anas. Ilham was discovered by the Philippine ad agency TBWA SMP, apparently while looking for a new talent in Indonesia. Lucky they found a president, instead!

The other man playing the Philippine president is a Filipino impersonator and funny (wo)man who goes by the name of Ate Glow. “Ate” is a Filipino prefix for an older sister, while “Glow” is a play on the Philippine president’s name, Gloria.

I made a translation for those who don’t understand Filipino.

Obama: Thank you for a lovely dinner.

GMA: Oh, we’re not done yet. Try our kare-kare. It’s ox. [Kare-kare is a Filipino soup that combines oxtail and vegetables.]

Obama: Okay, sure.

GMA: Guinataang mais! It’s corn. But we use our coconut. [Guinataang Mais is a sweetish Filipino delicacy made of corn kernels cooked in coconut milk. When GMA says “we use our coconut”, she refers to the mind.]

Obama: Oh, alright. 

[Obama looks pained, and utters a grunt.]

GMA: Oh my gosh, that’s impatso na. Dispepsya yan no. Ang dami mo kasing kinakain no. Ang Motilium, bilis! [Oh my gosh, that is indigestion already. That’s dispepsia! You ate so much, that’s why! Get Motilium, hurry!]

[Obama is served the medicine, and he takes it.]

GMA: The impatso will disappear in thirty minutes, no?

[Obama buttons up his tuxedo.]

GMA: Kapeng baracks? [She’s referring to the Kape Barako she’s serving. Kape Barako is a kind of coffee grown in the Philippines.]

[The two smle and shake hands for the cameras.]

Narrator: Motilium. Bilis disappear ang impatso.

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