Welkam bak sa akin dahil ang tagal kong nawala… Masyado kc ako nasilaw sa kinang ng pera kaya sinubukan kong mandukot at awa ng diOs ng Intsek eh nandito na naman ako. Bakit ganyan ang title eh lagpas na ang halloween? Hahabol ako pwede namang advance d ba, so hindi ako late masyado lang akong maaga for next year. Hmmm… kailan nga ba ang huling punta ko ng cemetery? I remember the last time na pumunta ako ng sementeryo eh sobrang tagal na kaya di ko na maalala, basta ang alam ko eh sa Dinalupihan Bataan yun na ang pangalan ng lugar eh “Kataasan”, kung sinong nag isip ng pangalan nun eh sa kanya na lang yun. Iba na ang dating nun eh parang pupunta ka ng circus o ng mall. Daming tindahan, daming mga teenager na kung pumorma eh akala mo aakyat ng ligaw, may sound system na balak yatang gisingin ang mga patay at magsayawan until the break of dawn, tapos kumpleto ang gamit ng mga kulukoy may baraha, alak at tsikas parang iniinggit yung mga namatay. Kaya siguro hindi na ako pumupunta ng sementeryo, bukod sa wala na ako sa uso eh di na bagay sa akin yung manghuli ng gagambang sementeryo.

SOrry kung ngayon mga repa… naban kc account ko dahil may pinost daw akong di kanais nais sa mata ng wordpress pero ngayon ok na… so tuloy ang ligaya…

Nelson Bohol

CGI/Layout Artist Pixar Studios; Architecture Nelson Bohol is part of the design team of Pixar Animation’s latest computer-animated film, WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter E Class). An alumnus of Manuel L. Quezon University, graduate of Architecture.

He contributed his artistry in completing the fantasy animation’s over-all look. The movie follows the story of a robot named WALL-E who is designed to clean up a polluted Earth. WALL-E eventually falls in love with another robot named EVE, and follows her into outer space where their adventure begins. WALL-E is the latest among Bohol’s projects which include animated films

WALL-E (2008), as Production Designer
Ratatouille (2007), as Production Designer
Cars (2006), as CGI Artist
The Incredibles (2004), as CGI Artist
Finding Nemo (2003), as CGI Artist
Titan A.E. (2000), as Layout Artist
Anastasia (1997), as Layout Artist

Crispin “Ka Bel” Beltran

Beltran dies still poorest congressman; Villar richest

By Maila Ager
First Posted 17:52:00 05/20/2008

MANILA, Philippines — Anakpawis (Toiling Masses) Representative Crispin Beltran died Tuesday still the poorest member of the House of Representatives, with a net worth of P50,000.

In the legislators’ statements of assets and liabilities as of December 2007, Beltran declared total assets of P110,000, with liabilities of P60,000.

Las Piñas Representative Cynthia Villar, wife of Senate President Manuel Villar, is still the wealthiest of the 238 members of the House, with P1,041,383,946 in assets and no liabilities.

Following her, but way behind, were Representatives Ferdinand Romualdez of Leyte, with P477,205,745; Julio Ledesma IV of Negros Occidental, with P406,205,413; Judy Syjuco of Iloilo, with P256,405,344; and Edgar San Luis of Laguna, with P200,656,449.

Round off the 10 richest House members are Representatives Ferjenel Biron of Iloilo, with P190,900,000; Rodolfo Valencia of Oriental Mindoro, with P150,490,958; Aurelio Gonzales of Pampanga, with P147,700,000; Ignacio Arroyo of Negros Occidental, with P145,813,451; and Paul Daza of Northern Samar, with P137,900,000.

The second and third poorest House members are Bayan Muna (People First) Representatives Teodoro Casiño, with P307,900; and Satur Ocampo, with P618,147. Both leftist solons listed no liabilities.

Next are Representatives Mujiv Hataman of AnakMindanao, with P1,480,000; and Benjamin Asilo of Manila, with P1,550,000.

President Gloria Macpagal-Arroyo’s congressmen sons, Juan Miguel of Pampanga and Diosdado of Camarines Sur, were 20th and 29th richest, with P96,747,933 and P83,774,716, respectively.

House Speaker Prospero Nograles is 36th richest with P67,479,100, while his predecessor, Pangasinan Representative Jose de Venecia Jr. is 37th with P67,479,100.

Ilocos Norte Representative Ferdinand Marcos Jr, son of the late dictator, is the 13th richest with P124,150,000.

pag aari ng Inquirer

Paalam Ka Bel

Anakpawis Representative Crispin Beltran  Rep. Crispin Beltran died Tuesday (May 20) from head injuries after falling from a ladder at his house in  Bulacan.
Ofel Beltran, the congressman’s daughter, told radio dzMM that her father fell as he was on his way down 14 feet from the ground.
The daughter said her father’s face fell face first to the ground. The incident took place around 6 a.m., she said.
Ofel said they initially brought her 75-year old father to the Caloocan Doctors Hospital, where he was revived after a cardiac arrest.
“We decided to transfer him to the FEU (Far Eastern University) hospital, but along the way nag-[cardiac] arrest siya,” Ofel told the radio station.
She said her father suffered four more cardiac arrests before his pupil dried up and was diagnosed as brain dead by doctors.

Beltran led the country’s largest left-wing labor federation Kilusang Mayo Uno and was arrested in 1982 under late dictator Ferdinand Marcos but escaped two years later and joined the underground anti-Marcos movement. He resurfaced after Marcos was ousted in 1986.

On February 25, 2006, Beltran was arrested shortly after a state of emergency was declared by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. He was charged with inciting to sedition. He was subsequently implicated in an alleged plot to overthrow the government of Arroyo. Beltran remained in detention until June of 2007, when the Supreme Court of the Philippines voided the charges against Beltran and several other leaders affiliated with leftist groups.

Beltran had earlier filed a bill to legislate a wage increase and another to implement a “genuine agrarian reform program” that would give free land to tenants and farm workers. The bills have not yet been passed into laws.

Beltran was a guerrilla courier for the resistance during the Japanese occupation in World War II. He later worked as a farm hand and janitor to support his studies.

He also was a gasoline station attendant, a messenger, a bus driver and later a taxi driver.

He organized a taxi drivers’ association and later joined other union leaders in building various labor federations until Marcos imposed martial law in 1972.