Thursday, March 31, 2005

How Can You Tell If Someone Is Lying?

by Martha Brockenbrough

Of all the stupid things people can do, lying is right up there with chain saw juggling, potato chip collecting, and nude riverdancing in public places.
Just watch the news any evening, and most of the people featured doing the perp walk to the county courthouse found themselves there because they lied about something. Still, people lie all the time.
A Cornell University professor recently finished a study that counted how frequently 30 of his students lied--about 26 percent of the time, the group learned.
Interestingly enough, the participants lied most often on the phone--37 percent of the time. They lied face to face 27 percent of the time, 21 percent of the time on instant messenger, and 14 percent of the time in e-mail messages.
The moral here: It's easiest to lie when someone isn't looking at us, and isn't going to have a potentially permanent piece of evidence proving our deception.

(The other moral: If you're the parent of a college student, talk with your kids over e-mail, or you might end up sending more "emergency book money" than necessary.)
I'm not in the camp of people who think all lies are bad. Sometimes, when someone asks us, "Do these pants make my butt look big?" it's better to say, "No, not to me," than it is to say the truth, which may well be, "Yes. Absolutely enormous. What were you thinking?"
Since we can't make anyone tell us the truth--and don't always really want to hear it anyway--the next best thing is to be able to determine when someone is lying (and when we should change into something more slimming).

Team Building na!!!

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Tuesday, March 29, 2005

L1 call for don enrico

Wooohoooo L1 call!! nakakapanibago to ah! hahaha

Sunday, March 27, 2005

Thursday, March 24, 2005

At isa na namang pagbabago...

WELCOME BACK TO L1 CALLS HELFDESK! WOOOHOOOO
Ano kaya susunod na ipapagawa? Sunod sunod na to ang pagbabago sa account nato parang gasolina bago ng bago kada linggo... Maganda naman ang pagbabago eh pero kung minsan naman nakakasama na ito lalo na't kung ung pagbabago eh nagawa na nung nakaraan at hinde gumana at kung ang pinagagawa nila ay pawang di na makatotohanan. Eh kung mag QM and PEP na din tayo o di kaya mag linis ng banyo ala BMS wooohooo

PAALALA: Tao po kame hinde robot!

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oks lang yan malalapgpasin natin toh

Helpdesk: Super men & women

Nadagdagan nanaman ang responsibilities ng mga Helpdesk! Q&A, Esc, Floorwalkers, Training, Callback at ngayon... L1 ulit!

Wahoo! (*insert sarcasm here*) Super Support ito!!!

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

10 American Women Who Changed the World

In honor of Women's History Month, Encarta salutes the following powerful, influential women. These American women played pivotal roles in their respective fields. Without their contributions, the world would not be the same today.

To learn about contemporary counterparts to these great women, see our list of the 10 most powerful American Women.

Sacagawea (1787?-1812)
Her willing participation helped the Lewis and Clark Expedition convey peaceful intentions to people they encountered. Without Sacagawea's linguistic skills, diplomacy, and courage, the expedition could have ended in failure or conflict, causing the westward expansion in the United States to take a different course. The dollar coin minted in her honor correctly indicates that she made the journey to the Pacific with her infant son strapped to her back.

Harriett Beecher Stowe (1811-1896)
Stowe's book, Uncle Tom's Cabin, put a human face on the cruelty of slavery. The book's impact was rapid and incredibly widespread for the time--500,000 copies sold within five years of its 1852 publication. The powerful message helped crystallize the militant antislavery movement and bolster Union resolve in the Civil War.

Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906)
For 50 years, Anthony led the struggle to gain the vote for women. Anthony acknowledged Elizabeth Cady Stanton as the founder of the women's rights movement, but Anthony's achievement lay in her inspiration and perseverance in bringing together vast numbers of people of both sexes around the single goal of the vote. This was achieved after her death, in 1920, when the 19th Amendment granted universal suffrage in the United States.

Mary Cassatt (1844-1926)
Before Cassatt, the art world was essentially closed to women. Cassatt's skill at portraying light, unconventional angles, and informal, natural human gestures gained her acceptance as the only American and the only female artist among the impressionists at their height. Her success as an artist helped clear the way for subsequent generations of female artists.

Gertrude Stein (1874-1946)
Stein enjoyed a successful career as a writer, but she left a deeper imprint on 20th-century culture as a tireless patron, critic, and supporter of modern, experimental art and literature. In her Paris studio she brought together and influenced writers such as Ernest Hemingway and Thornton Wilder and visual artists including Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.

Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962)
In 1932, Eleanor Roosevelt privately declared, "I never wanted to be a president's wife." Rather than settling into a role she did not like, she rewrote the rules. Her influence over the president's policies was unprecedented, and she helped drive policy concerning women, civil rights, and poverty. After President Roosevelt's death in 1945, she became U.S. representative to the United Nations General Assembly, where she was primary author of the UN's 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003)
Hepburn's portrayals of self-confident, often professional women were both a reflection and a driving force in the changes in gender relations underway in American society. Hepburn dealt with Hollywood on her own terms--appearing as she liked in slacks and no makeup, and not granting interviews or photo shoots--and took home an unequalled four Academy Awards for acting.

Babe Didrikson Zaharias (1911-1956)
An excellent athlete in seemingly every sport she tried, Zaharias won two gold medals in track and field at the 1932 Olympics. She then turned her attention to golf, won every major golf championship at least once, and during one stretch won 17 consecutive tournaments. When cancer cut short her athletic career, she found a new outlet for her strength and drive, becoming an influential advocate for medical research.

Julia Child (1912-2004)
More than any other single figure in history, Child had a direct impact on the way Americans eat. Her disarming personality and boundless delight in good food helped viewers overcome their discomfort with unfamiliar ingredients and exotic dishes. A direct precursor to Martha Stewart and today's celebrity chefs, Child caught the postwar generation's wave of newfound prosperity and, for many, tranformed the simple act of eating from a necessity to a potentially sublime experience.

Rosa Parks (1913- )
With a simple, personal act of defiance--refusing to give up her bus seat to a white man--Parks opened a decisive chapter in the civil rights movement. Her arrest prompted the bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama, and the quiet dignity of her act and demeanor set a high standard for acts of civil disobedience that followed.

Saturday, March 19, 2005

Rahhh

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH, wala lang kapagod
sana team building na tayo

Thursday, March 17, 2005

Aaayy potah mali!!

To all the song birds
maaring naranasan mo na ang ma-ganito minsan
natatawa ka na lang bigla? dba? dba? dba?

Greatest Love of All
"I decided long ago, never to walk in edu manzano..."
(I decided long ago, never to walk in anyone's shadow)

Cry by Mandy Moore
"A walk to remember... it was late afternoon!"
(I'll always remember, it was late afternoon)

I dont want to wait by Paula Cole
"she had two babies, ONE PLUS SIX AND ONE PLUS THREE
(one was six months, one was three)

All My Life by K-ci and Jojo
"supposed to be you're like my mother,supposed to be you're like my sister"
(close to me you're like my mother... close to me you're like my sister)

Where's the Love
"People killing, people flying, children hurt anliving, crying..."
(People killing, people dying; children hurt and you hear them crying)

Leaving on a jet plane
"so kiss me and SMAFFLE me...
(so kiss me and smile for me...)

Usher & Alicia's My Boo
"It started when we were younger you were NINE.."
(It started when we were younger you were mine)

If I Ain't Got You by Alicia Keys
"some people want TAMBOURINES.."
(diamond rings)boba!

Britney's Baby One More Time
"My ONLY NEST is killing me... and I........
(My loneliness....)

Thumbthumping (Chumbawumba)

"I get knocked down by an elephant, my mommas's gonna bring me down... "
(I get knocked down, but I get up again...) LOL

Crush by Jennifer Paige
"i-splash, a little crush.."
(it's just.. a little crush..)

Red Hot's Californication -
"Viva Californication...."
(Dream of Californication...) talaga lang ha?!

No scrubs, TLC
"A scrub is a guy who thinks he's fine but is also known as a BUS STOP"
(buster)po un! haller!

Waterfalls by TLC
"Don't go JASON waterfalls..."
(Chasin') Who the hell's Jason Waterfalls?

John Mayer
"You're ALICE IN WONDERLAND... You're ALICE IN WONDERLAND I'll use my hands"
(Body is a wonderland)

Baa Baa Black Sheep
"Baa baa black sheep, heavy on the road..."

With A Smile by Eraserheads
"lift ur HAND.. baby dont be scared.. of the things
that could go wrong along the way.. (HEAD!!!)ulo ulo ulo!!!
tanga tanga!

Wag Na Wag Mong Sasabihin by Kitchie Nadal
"maaaaaaaaaag... , magdamag mong sasabihin........"

On Bended Knees by Boyz II Men
"Oh God give me the reason, I'M DOWN...
ABANDON ME..."(I'm down on bended knee)

AND FINALLY....

Anima Christi
"Soul of Christ... sat beside me..." (sanctify me!)

oooppss sorreee!! tama na nga to hahahaha
more to come....

Thursday, March 10, 2005

pers taymers diyan...

What time should we have sex?
When you have sex doesn't really matter. What should matter instead is that you and your partner have sex when you are both comfortable. Some people prefer to make love at the break of dawn, some in the afternoon sun, some in the darkness of night. More important than time of day is the time you have to spend. Give yourself a lot of time to have sex the first time. A weekend is ideal, but at least the whole day, including sleep time.

Should we eat or drink anything before sex?
Avoid eating a heavy meal, since that'll just make you sleepy. Eat light, don't drink too much alcohol, if any at all. It may help you shed inhibitions, but it may also make his erection much more difficult to achieve and you want to spend more time in the bedroom than the bathroom anyway, right?

Where should we have sex?
Where you have sex is probably a more important decision. Finding a place where you both can be private for up to forty-eight hours can be difficult at that age where most people are planning on losing their virginity. But it's worth it. Cars are no longer big enough to have sex in, and the outdoors has less privacy, bugs, sand, and pine needles.
A bed is probably the best thing to make love in, still. Hopefully you'll have a room to yourself, with all the amenities that a bedroom affords, including heat, comfort, space, and the bathroom. Take a shower together! If you're about to have sex, you've probably had your hands all over each other before now. Get to know each other's bodies. Take your time. That's what lovemaking is about.

What do we need to bring?
Bring what you need to make you comfortable. Some form of contraception, (condoms, etc.), maybe your favorite pillow or a bathrobe.

For her:What do I do first?
You can't expect him to know what makes you feel good. You'll have to tell him or show him, and that may mean taking some of the initiative, taking his hands and placing them where they make you feel good. Go slow. If it's his first time, he may well be totally nervous about what you're about to do, and his penis may not respond at first. Patience, gentleness, and understanding are required to bring it back to life, and that may be hard for you to achieve, but that's why we told you to give yourselves lots of time.

Will it hurt?
You have probably heard horror stories about how much losing your virginity hurts. For a few women, it does, but with the right touch and the right partner, you should be able to take his penis into your body without pain. Have him take his time, use a lubricant, and press his fingers into you, opening you up slowly. Tell him when it feels good and when it hurts.

What position should I use?
What position you use depends on many factors. Many women prefer to have sex the first time being on top, where they can control the first entry. Others want to be on the bottom and give their lovers that control. Choose what's best for you. Just remember to tell him to go slow, take your time, and if you feel the need, use a commercial lubricant like KY Jelly.

For him:What if I can't get it up?
It may sound funny, but your penis, which has worked great for years, may suddenly go on strike at your first chance at "real" sex. That's natural -- you're nervous. Take a deep breath. Do something else for a while with your hands, your lips and your tongue. Try to forget about your anxiety, and your penis will respond. It's only a temporary thing.

Should I tell her if I'm a virgin?
Many men think that because they're men, they should be in charge of the sex, regardless of who has the more experience. If you're a virgin and she's not, tell her, and let her lead if she wishes. This is as much a learning experience as a loving one. Don't be afraid to confess the truth. A lot of women would rather know that your fumbling is inexperience, rather than just sheer ineptitude, and will gratefully show you the ways of the world.

Will we come at the same time?
Don't worry about making orgasm simultaneous, either. Some women do not orgasm during intercourse, and even if your girlfriend is capable of climax, the odds are very much against you coming at the same time. Enjoy yourself, and rely on her to tell you the truth when she's enjoying herself.

What if I orgasm too soon?
If you actually climax much too soon before you wanted to, take your time, take a nap, and try again. The second time you should be much more relaxed and ready to take your time -- so will your penis.

Am I big enough? Too big? The right shape?
Another common concern is size. The average penis is slightly more than five and a half inches in length when erect, and that's more than enough to hit every major nerve center in the vagina, the legendary G-spot included. The vagina is capable of stretching to take a large penis, or shape itself to pleasure a small one. Size has very little to do with your ability as a lover.
Another common issue is shape. Some men become concerned because their penis bends downwards, or to the left, and assume that because they never see men like them in erotic movies that they're not normal. Others worry that a downward bend will make sex difficult or painful because the vagina isn't shaped with that bend in mind.
Keep in mind that sex can be performed in any number of positions. The penis and vagina can be matched in many different ways, and each new position can bring new pleasures to you and your partner. Some people believe that a downward-bending penis is much easier to perform oral sex upon.

Will I be a good lover?
Being a good lover doesn't happen automatically. With the right partner, time, care, and practice, you have everything you need to become a great lover. Your first times, for both you, will be fumbling and awkward, but hopefully they'll be the start of great times for the rest of your lives.

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Random pics no. 1

Wala lang I'm just bored so decided to put this photos I got from my e mail...
hope you like it


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haha!

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pretty cool eh! Imma do this someday! *LOL*

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Having a bad day? Ion think so! haha

Monday, March 07, 2005

Look at this ....

Totoo o produkto ng photoshop ?

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galing di ba ?

We're Back

Helpdesk , we're back c",)

See yah all tomorrow !!!! back to normal

Sunday, March 06, 2005

The beach...

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Kailan kaya ung next team building ng helpdesk team?
Sana malapit na...


Thursday, March 03, 2005

Ok lang kahit ala ako sa Palawan, hehe.

I may not have gone to Palawan but I did get to watch the most AWESOME concert of my life! Wohoooo!

Details here ^_^

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

hay

hay grabe... eric, jay, toni, geri,and four more of their friends went to palawan... pano na kami dito sa manila?
pssst! make sure u guys post your pix here!
baka manibago kayo when you get back here... we'll bombard you with those freakin escalations!

*hay*