on love and food - “Do you ever wonder who started the whole garlic-onion power combo? Like did some random housewife from the 20s try it once and then it just sort of caug...
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I feel inspired to actually maintain this thing thanks to the guy who posted my first comment in the previous post.This is from the Iris, a webmistress from BrandonRouth.com. She has a blog which i posted a comment in eons ago. I visited it again recently and I'm glad i'm not the only one who appreciates comments! She should get more traffic considering her blog is linked to the main page itself! Anyways, i'll frequent her blog more often now. :D
Foster Says She Refused To Alter Altar Boys Title (19 June 2002 Studio Briefing)
Jodie Foster, who produced the indie film The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys (and briefly appears in it), has acknowledged that the timing of the release is unfortunate. Nevertheless, she told the Philadelphia Daily News Tuesday that she decided against changing the film's title in the wake of the recent allegations of widespread pedophilia among Catholic priests. "The book...was a cult classic," Foster told the newspaper. "The writer died very shortly after writing it. In homage and respect for him, we would never consider changing the name." The film received a very limited release last Friday and will be rolling out in additional cities next weekend.
From: pang-asar - email@example.com - (2005-06-13 09:52:03)
Hoy, nagkalat sa Quiapo at MRT shaw station yang mga binebenta mo (artists and album titles.) Sa Quiapo, P25. Sa MRT shaw P40. Anong sinasabi mong cheap?
Directed by Eric Reyes (Sana’y Wala Nang Wakas) and Jerome Pobocan (Hiram), and costarring acclaimed actors Hilda Koronel, Tirso Cruz III, Jaclyn Jose, Noni Buencamino, and Carmi Martin, with Kathleen Hermosa, Vanna Garcia, Marla Boyd and Glaiza de Castro, Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin centers on the story of three young women whose journeys intersect in the most unexpected of ways.the idea is so unoriginal but like the idiot's guide to creative writing said, make a fresh new spin not a stale rehash. this show delivers that and more. plus, anything with screen goddess jacklyn jose is amazing. it's also really refreshing to see angelika dela cruz working again after moving to abs-cbn and pulling a crash and burn. her role as a major sosyalera is so convincing, it's almost unthinkable how she almost always played the cinderella maid in gma 7. my advice is to keep her in these small roles and to keep diether ocampo's mouth shut. i swear, this boy is the only annoying thing in this show. he's got the pronounciation of a fish vendor to think that job used to belong to a different 'hunk'. eww. can't believe i know of the hunks. *sigh* who doesn't?
Nea Cruz Fontanilla (Claudine Barretto) and Jasmin Cruz Fontanilla (Bea Alonzo) are sisters, although they haven’t seen each other since Nea was five – when Nea’s father Larry (Noni Buencamino) abandoned her and her mother Elena (Jacklyn Jose) to live with the rich Yolanda (Carmi Martin).
Years after their traumatic separation, it’s only a matter of time before Nea and Jasmin’s paths cross again. Raised in above-average circumstances by Larry and Yolanda along with her stepsister Hazel (Shaina Magdayao), Jasmin is the resident strange, shy girl in school – the target of the pranks of Oliver Ynares (John Lloyd Cruz), the mischievous younger son of the prominent Ynares clan.
An “old money” family, Ynares patriarch Roden (Tirso Cruz III) and matriarch Susana (Hilda Koronel) have given up on the unruly Oliver, they do have their hopes set on the bright, intelligent Ivan (Diether Ocampo) to fulfill their dreams of having a politician in the family. But unknown to Ivan's family - and his beautiful, rich, and devoted girlfriend Karri Medrano (Angelika dela Cruz) - Ivan has a dark secret that he kept hidden from those he loves, but now threatens to destroy the life he has carefully built.
But while Jasmin and Oliver’s imperfect lives are about to take an interesting turn, an unexpected change will come from Nea, who is now dead-set on destroying the life of her estranged father, Larry. But what brought about this change in Nea? And how will it affect the Ynares family?
It is a little late I know, but congratulations to Michelle and her hubby with
their great news. They are going to be having their first child in a few months
time. So lets wish them all the best and hope they enjoy the wonders of
Where you’ve seen her:
This 20-year-old siren has already won a Grammy, her debut album, The Spirit Room, sold 2.5 million copies, and she has performed with the likes of Carlos Santana and Sheryl Crow.
The other woman:
“I like guys who are taken. I can’t help it. It’s the guy who’s not paying attention to you. That just kills me.”
Walking the plank:
“I have a pirate fetish—I just always thought eye patches were sexy. If you want to get my attention, wear a pirate outfit.”
“People have this notion of me being this sweet, nice girl, but…I’m kind of a pervert. We’ll be on the tour bus, and me and my makeup artist will be watching porn.”