Sunday, October 28, 2007

Nov 4 on Rock Ed Radio>> Parang Normal, Paranormal, Supernormal.

In the spirit of the recent political activities, let's talk about the paranormal this Sunday on Rock Ed Radio. (huh)

We have people who believe in the paranormal and different aspects of it. Ms. Samara Tambis, Mr. Elias Pascasio, and Mr. Egay Mandac to talk to us. JP Tanchanco (lead guitars, Kala) and Ms. Ayee Domingo will come and share their paranormal beliefs as well.

According to Wikipedia, the term paranormal describes "any phenomenon that in one or more respects exceeds the limits of what is deemed physically possible according to current scientific assumptions."

What are the cultural ramifications of the belief in the paranormal to our habits as a people. Dito ba galing ang ating mga pamahiin? Ang pag ikot ng plato kapag may umalis sa gitna ng kainan? Ang bawal na pagwawalis sa gabi? At ang paniniwala na may dadating na bisita kung may nahulog na kubyertos? (lalake kung tinidor, babae kung kutchara etc... )

Let's talk about the belief in things scientifically unexplainable, things that defy the gravity of our so-called logic.

Kayo ba ay may mga paranormal beliefs? Naniniwala ba kayo sa pakikipag-usap sa mga yumao? Nakakikita na ba kayo ng mumu.
Game. Makilahok sa usapang ito.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Oct 28 on Rock Ed Radio >> Ano ang Sandiganbayan PLUS WHAT DO YOU THINK OF ERAP'S PARDON?

"Public Office is a public trust. Public officers and employees must at all times be accountable to the people, serve them with utmost responsibility, integrity, loyalty and efficiency, act with patriotism and justice and lead modest lives.” -from the Sandiganbayan website

What exactly is the role of the anti-graft court?

Learn from Atty Dennis Pulma and a group of young stalwarts of justice who work for our country's anti-graft court.

What is the present climate after former President Estrada's recent conviction?

As of October 26, 2007 (2pm) We decided to open the airwaves to YOUR take on the recent pardon of convicted plunderer, Estrada. What do you think about it? What do you know about it? Do you know anything about this? Did you ask? What is your reaction to it? We invited Ronnie Lazaro and Leni of DAKILA (Phil Collective for Modern Heroism) to talk to us tonight. Atty. Vin Dancel, lead voice of PERYODIKO (and the late Twisted Halo) will join us, and so will Malaya columnist JB Baylon.

Let the people hear what you have to say as Rock Ed Radio brings a "Freedom Wall on-air" this Sunday, Oct 28, 2007 @8pm. Democracy at work. Tell us what you think.

It's about time you're heard.

(highly adviseable to post comments here bec sometimes the NU107 textjock software has issues)

Monday, October 15, 2007

October 21 on Rock Ed Radio>> MY BEAUTY, MY BUSINESS.....and how!

Wanting whiter skin and going for a sharper nose is not confined to Filipinos. We know that. So let's cut ourselves some slack and just try to discuss the science and art (cough*) of reconstructive surgery on Rock Ed Radio.
Lahat naman gustong gumanda. Lahat naman tayo may idea kung ano gusto nating itchura. (topbilling Angelina Jolie, Pamela Anderson, Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt ---sila ang pinaka-ginagaya ng karamihan ng mga nagpapa-retokeh sa Amerika) If this desire for better looks is within the natural human-being range, then let's discuss how far does one go to achieve it? We know that science and the epidemic of medical breakthroughs can take us as far and as high as Morgan Fairchild's nose.

So ------- let's talk to Ms. Cristalle Belo Henares of Belo Essentials and Dr. Ager Geraldez of the Belo Medical Group. We also have recent patient Vicky Ras guesting along with Deus Ducepec of Operation Smile.

We sent out invitations to PDI Columnist (Makeover911) Kinny Salas and METRO's Erica Paredes to join us, we hope they can make it.
Luho lang ba ito o mahalaga? Let's talk about the facts and figures involving reconstructive surgery, cosmetic surgery and the makeovers we have all tried or have been planning to try.

No judgment, no chismis. Just an attempt to get to a broader understanding of this business called beauty and what it does to the Filipino psyche.

Kung may mga tanong, mag post dito. Minsan hindi umaandar ang TextJock ng NU. Kung may mga comment, manatili sana sa info-oriented questions. Unless kailangan nyo talagang ilabas yan, sige lang.


photos courtesy of the articles on on Michael Jackson

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Oct 14 on Rock Ed Radio>> "Wala nga bang krisis?"

EDUKASYON, isulong. (pero kailangan nating tumulong...)

Paano tayo makakatulong sa ating mga public school?

Anu-ano nga ba ang mga krisis na hinaharap ng ating mga paaralan?

Ano ba yung Cyber-Ed issue?

Magtanong tayo tungkol sa mga isyu sa larangan ng edukasyon sa Pilipinas. Kausapin natin ang mga kasapi sa Philippine Business for Education (PBEd) na sina Dr. Chito Salazar, Presidente ng Cagayan de Oro College-PHINMA, Peter Perfecto, Associate Director of PBEd, at si Oscar Sanez, Presidente ng Business Processing Association of the Philippines (BPAP --mga trabahong I.T. ang base --kasama kayo dito).

Iimbitahin natin din dito ang ilan sa mga musikero na gustong makilahok sa usapang ito.

Magtanong na kayo. O mag reklamo tungkol sa mga napapansin ninyong hindi maganda sa inyong mga eskwelahan. (public o private sige pwedeng sumali sa usapang ito)

Makinig tayo sa ipapahayag ng Phil Business for Education, after all, Education is everybody's business. (naksnaman)

Maraming mapupulot sa episode na ito, garantisado.

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