Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Force expose yourself

Sleepy? Force expose yourself.



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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Black Gaffers Tape

black gaffers tape

92 years ago, while painting an automobile, Richard Drew faced a problem on how to paint color stripes side-by-side without messing the border in between. As a solution, Richard then took a paper strip and placed adhesive on it. He then carefully covered the middle part so they can continue painting the stripes with ease. It was that time that the masking tape was first invented. 

It is really wonderful to think that an invention coming from a solution for a simple problem has become a very significant tool for today. Thru time, the adhesive tape has undergone a lot of changes or variations to meet the needs of the individual who uses it. 

For the gaffers, their best buddy is a black gaffers tape. This 60 yard roll cotton cloth black gaffer adhesive tape is very tough and strong. One unique characteristic for this kind of tape is that when removed, it does not leave any adhesive residues, which makes it clean. Keeping the theater or stage clean is one of the important things to consider. Even though it holds strong, it is very easy to tear in little strips if necessary. Making it easy and economical to use. 

The most important responsibility, however, is making sure all lighting, sound systems, and equipment function well before every performance. Black gaffers tape is needed to secure those wires and cables and arrange them neatly. By using gaffers tape you can hide the wiring from sight just by fastening them on the floor or walls. It would also keep electrical hazards from people and the rest of the stage crew for their safety. 

These black gaffers tape does not reflect light, which is also very essential in this type of industry where the appearance of the stage also reflects the competence of its performers. The tape will just blend to the background making it appear natural. 

Comparing the future from the past, we can see that the need, indeed, developed more complexity. Yet still, the past and the future holds similar ways of finding its means. Where a need arises, a solution will develop because of the persistence and ingenuity of the human mind.

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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

If only Mr. President would also mention Cebu City's Post Office in his SONA.

Finally, there is a President that confirms the corruption within Philippines Bureau of Customs.

President NoyNoy Aquino's latest SONA, the 4th State of the Nation Address (SONA) Monday, July 22, by President Benigno Aquino III is one step up for change. It was, for me, very impressive. The way he presents the information and the numbers related to our economy could easily be understood. Congratz President NoyNoy! The unforgettable part? A slap in the face for the Bureau of Customs! LOL. We all know there is something wrong inside that bureau. So many years, so many presidents, none ever tried to change it. Good thing we have NoyNoy looking into it now. Let us end the culture of corruption!


But wait, I am not satisfied yet! 

If only Mr. President would also mention Cebu City's Post Office in his SONA. Sometimes though, little things can be easily be overlooked. :C

Hello Mr. President, I hope you are reading this, can you please also include our Post Office Cebu Branch? Salamat po!

Is this a government institution? I am not sure if it is.. 



Based on my own experience. An ordinary Filipino citizen just want to have a Postal ID, but unfortunately did not continue, because after I finished all my requirements.... the most unforgettable thing happened. Even until now, I still cant get over it! huhu

According to the form downloaded on their website here, clearly, it says 

  • One Hundred Seventy Five Pesos (P175.00) for the fee therefore


But why? Displayed on the board, in a printed tarpaulin where you can see all the requirements, it says P338.00.

But why again? near the cashier, posted in a plain white bond paper, it says P558.00 for rush?

With limited budget and considering I am not in a hurry to get the ID,so I said I can go for the P338.00.

But why and why?!!! They dont accept P338.00 payment anymore, because only the P558.00 is available if you want a Postal ID! 

I hope somebody else out there shares the same story as mine, so we can atleast try to change this. 

If this is correct and I am the one that is mistaken or maybe I just did not try well to comprehend the information that was available to me, then I hope somebody can explain this, because in my own point of view, this is very misleading.

And one more thing, they wont give you the form if you dont have the requirements completed yet. Also, I have heard that there are people now having issues about their SSS checks. I dont have the complete details yet, but I believe these matters should be looked upon before it gets worse. 
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