Birthday 1990-04-12 Gender
Male Location Philippines Member Since 2003-10-18
Achievements High School Valedictorian Anime Fan Since the mid-to-late '90s Favorite Anime Rurouni Kenshin (Samurai X), Detective Conan (Case Closed), Knock Out! (Hajime No Ippo), Great Teacher Onizuka, and many more! Goals To be a high school teacher, journalist, detective, nurse, TV producer, TV writer, manga artist, late-night talk show host, or a WWE Superstar Hobbies Surfing the Net, watching TV (especially anime)
myOtaku.com: The Mask
Welcome to my site archives. 10 posts are listed per page.
WALKING AROUND MYOTAKU
I'm spending more time in theOtaku more than myOtaku. I gotta say, though, that everytime I make a post I really start to miss how simple life was then. Sigh . . .
The last post just goes to show that I have much basis for semi-retiring my myOtaku account. Things in myOtaku aren't what it used to be back in the days. Back then, I had more interaction with other members. Now, a lot of them have passed and moved on. The only two people that I interact with here is Ezel (my ex-classmate and mock ex-wife) and jomz (my kuya in the site).
Sometimes, I wonder. Was Ron Paul the reason for all of this? Probably so. But I don't regret being vocal about my support for the man, although I regret being too vocal about it. In a way, Dr. Paul changed some of my outlooks in life in a very positive way. If that meant zero comments in myOtaku as an exchange, then I'm fine with that.
Well, I do hope I can talk with more of the myOtaku peeps out there. For now, that's all I can say. And HAVE A NICE DAY. Comments (0) |
Thursday, June 26, 2008
IT'S BEEN A WHILE . . .
Hey there myOtaku peeps! How are you right now? Good, I suppose.
Well, I've decided to do a little post here. As I said before, I can still do posts here on certain occassions even though if I have my own World in theOtaku (although I really miss the simplicity that myOtaku had).
The reason I came by here was because I did a little visit in my other semi-abandoned site, EdogawaConan.com - Pinoy Edition. I checked out where people referred to in order to visit that site. I was pretty surprised that my archives here in myOtaku was one of those referrals. And that happened just this week.
This leads me to wonder. Does anyone still come by here? Just curious.
Oh, by the way, did anyone save my TOP TEN lists from years ago? My computer had a little problem that made us reinstall Windows and, unfortunately, delete all my files there (including the lists).
Now you see how biased the media is? And from what I'm hearing, they're even calling the Republican race a "two-man race" between McCain and Huckabee (now that Romney's gone) even though it's actually a three-way race! Comments (0) |
Thursday, February 7, 2008
IT'S JUST HARD BEING A RON PAUL SUPPORTER IN THE PHILIPPINES
So...I guess you all know what happened in Super Tuesday. Even if you're not politically-inclined, you should have already been informed by what's happening in the US (especially if you're an American).
In the Democratic side, Obama and Clinton are still neck-and-neck for the nominations. On the Republican side, McCain is leading, with Romney and Huckabee getting victories in other states.
And Ron Paul . . . didn't win a single state. Not even Alaska or Minnesota or Montana or North Dakota, which were states that we thought we would get a win).
It's really hard being a Ron Paul supporter in the Philippines. I wished I could have been there in the US, working as a precinct leader in my home state, donating part of my allowance everyday for the campaign, joining the rallies and shouting out my support for Dr. No. But no, I can't. All I can do is make pro-Paul videos and pray fervently. This is why it's hard being a Paul supporter in the Philippines, especially with the outcome of Super Tuesday.
But as this post by a fellow Ron Paul supporter shows, the Revolution is not yet over:
A friend of mine asked me tonight, “Should Ron Paul just quit? I never hear of him on the news so he can’t be doing very well today (Super Tuesday).” Here is my reply to him:
I don’t care what the liberal media is saying, he has,
2nd place in Nevada
2nd place in Louisiana (possibly first once they get it sorted out)
2nd place in Montana
2nd place in Maine
3rd place in Utah
3rd place in North Dakota
There is about 21 more states left to vote,
He has plenty of money,
No one has even close to enough delegates to take the nomination,
He has the only true Republican stance on the issues,
He is the only candidate who believes our government should follow ALL of the Constitution,
The Revolution is not yet dead. And thanks to this post, as well as other posts before this, I feel that there is still hope for this world. I hope that the day comes when Ron Paul will finally get the top spot. Comments (0) |
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
So it's finally here. Super Tuesday. The day where more than 20 states in the United States go out and choose the candidates for the Republican and Democratic parties.
I'll make this message short. If you are a voter from one of those states, I really hope you will vote (or voted) for Ron Paul. He's just the most principled around. He has what it takes to bring back the stability of the US economy; in fact, I think he's the ONLY one who REALLY knows how to FIX the ECONOMY of the United States, which affects other nations like my country, the Philippines. He will bring the troops home and will work for PEACE and FREEDOM in the nation.
So, when you make your vote today, please vote RON PAUL. He's not only the hope of America, he's the hope of the world.
FIFTY ONE YEARS
The next Ron Paul moneybomb. It will be held on February 1, on the 51st anniversary of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul and his wife, Carol Paul. The goal of the moneybomb is to have 100,000 people donate $51 in order to raise $5.1 million. If you support Ron Paul and happen to be an American, then I encourage you to donate for this moneybomb. At this crucial stage in the campaign, we need to exert all the effort that we can.
For more info, click the link below (NOTE: The site also has pics of the couple's wedding back in the '50s. So sweet!)
All of things have made me irritated right now. This made me to wonder: What is happening to America?
My advice to American voters is this:
1. This is the Internet age, so use the Internet a lot to know more about your candidates. Mainstream media is not going to give you everything that you need to know about the elections, so please don't use the Net simply for music videos, blog posts, and pornography. USE IT IN MAKING YOUR DECISION OF YOUR NEXT PRESIDENT SHOULD BE.
American voters, you're not just making the future of your country through your votes. YOU'RE MAKING THE FUTURE OF THE WHOLE WORLD! Please don't treat this election as a piece of crap or as a beauty contest or as a "Hey, let's vote for him 'coz he's the frontrunner!" CHOOSE THE GUY WHO HAS THESE FOUR QUALITIES:
- ISSUE FAMILIARITY
Please America! I'm begging you. My country, the Philippines, is directly affected by the decisions that you make in this elections. Please don't screw this up, okay? I'm begging you. Take this damn thing seriously. Comments (1) |
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
ANIME MEETS RON PAUL
Last time I checked this is an anime site. And an anime site is normally filled with otakus, not political geeks and Ron Paul supporters. So . . .
Here's a video to let you know more about Ron Paul and to let you consider supporting him in the 2008 US presidential elections. But this time around, there's an ANIME twist.
Since Ron Paul is an advocate of freedom and peace, I decided to pair him with an anime character that we all know and love. So I present to you . . .
FREE AT LAST!
Here's another Ron Paul money bomb in the making. It's Free At Last 2008, and it will be held on January 21, 2007, on Martin Luther King day. Like I said before, I can't donate to this cause or join their activities because I'm a Filipino and I'm in the Philippines. But I hope you can participate in this activity and help this great man.
If you want a few reasons why you should support Ron Paul, let me break it down as quick as possible for you. RON PAUL represents:
Once again, I do hope you can participate in this activity. Here's the link to the site: