Englcom Media Logs

Englcom Bio poem 

Tout sur moi! ALL ABOUT ME!

Ray

Cheerful, lovely, charming, and bright

Second born daughter of the Morco family 

Truly, a gift from god to the lucky couple

Who loves a good laugh and everything fun

Who wants to visit all the places in this wonderful world

Who feels lost in what to do with her own life

Who’s willing to do everything in order to achieve her dreams

Who’s determined to achieve power to help others

Who’s frightened of losing the people she loves, the people who cared for her

Who gained the respect and trust of others

Who wants to prove to the world that she can make a difference

Who wants to make the world a better place

Born and raised in the Pearl of the Orient Sea

Morco

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 Emglcom Media Log 1

In Defense of Jeane Napoles

In defense of Jeane

By Chad Patrick Osorio

If you’ve got it, flaunt it.

I start with a question: Why can’t Jeane Napoles take pictures of the stuff she owns? Just because some people are offended that they can’t afford it? It’s not her fault that poor people are poor. It may have been done in bad taste, but it’s not a crime to be proud of what you have.

Social media networks are specifically designed for people to connect, and, yes, “sell” themselves to others so that their social value increases. And how do we do that? By asserting the social influence, high level of attractiveness, and material wealth that we have. That way, people will either love us, respect us, or fear us. It’s a tool for attaining social power, and Jeane did precisely that.

I initially address the issue of her social networking audience. The readers of Jeane’s blog are her friends in the A community. I’ve never heard of her and her luxurious ways (and I’m pretty sure neither have you) until this scandal blew up. I doubt that she intended poor people to read it, in the first place. They don’t even know who Lacroix or St. Laurent is, and do not understand the social value of a $3,000 designer bag one uses for everyday wear. These posts were specifically targeted toward her own clique, which she intends to rule over as Queen Bee. It’s not an in-your-face, I-have-this-you-don’t statement to the rest of the Filipinos.

I agree with the point that it would have been all right for her to do what she did had the Napoleses not stolen government money, as they are accused of. My question would then be: Has their guilt been proven by the courts?

If yes, then by all means take away all their money and their privileges. Put the responsible party in jail. The shame would be enough to kill them all. I know it would my family and me. But until then, we should stop judging them just because they’re proud of what they have.

If we continue doing so, then why don’t we just save time, money and effort for the judicial system and stone them to death ourselves? We’ve already labeled them as guilty. Why not go the extra mile and punish them as well?

We have a judicial system, however slow and flawed it is, for a reason. Let’s leave our judiciary to do the judging.

Dear everyone, let’s not get into the hype of hate. Let’s understand where both sides are coming from. We have to be critical, but being critical doesn’t always mean thinking negatively. The media give information, and yes, some opinions, but that doesn’t mean we’re not free to form our own.

Let’s do so with a fair and open mind.

Sources: http://www.rappler.com/move-ph/ispeak/36022-in-defense-jeane-napoles

            Basically, the author’s main point is that the people of the Philippines have no right to have any ill feelings towards Jeanne, the daughter of a government official that stole money from her own country, flaunting her riches when it is not yet proven that Jeanne’s mother did commit embezzlement of funds from the Philippine government.

            This article was written by a young educated Filipino youth named Chad Patrick Osorio. He is currently 22 years old and is on academic leave from the University of the Philippines College of Law. A former United Nations legal intern in Cambodia, he is now honing his skills as a fashion photographer.

            I was really surprised that a fellow Filipino even wrote an article defending the Napoles daughter. The whole country was outraged upon the discovery of the pork barrel scam, mainly orchestrated by Janet Napoles and are now completely against her. The technique the author used that caught my attention was that his article contradicts other normal response of the general public regarding the topic.

            I really find the author’s defence to be thoroughly pathetic. He doesn’t get the fact that the people of the Philippines are angry with Jeanne’s mother and not mainly, Jeanne, herself; however she also has to shoulder some of the Filipinos’ anger and criticisms since she’s spending the money her mother stole from our country for her luxurious needs. Chad stated that Jeanne has the right to flaunt her excessive wealth. Then this means that people of the Philippines also have the right to feel cheated on and voice their feelings and opinions. His excuses for Jeanne’s actions are downright weak.

“ Live simply so others may simply live.”
-Gandhi”
— http://naturallivingschool.com/2012/04/22/live-simply-so-others-may-simply-live-gandhi/
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Englcom Media Log 2
Favorite song

Forget You Lyrics

"Forget You!"

[Chorus:]
I see you driving ‘round town
With the girl I love and I’m like,
Forget you!
Oo, oo, ooo
I guess the change in my pocket
Wasn’t enough I’m like,
Forget you!
And forget her too!
Said, if I was richer, I’d still be with ya
Ha, now ain’t that some shh? (ain’t that some shh?)
And although there’s pain in my chest
I still wish you the best with a…
Forget you!
Oo, oo, ooo

Yeah I’m sorry, I can’t afford a Ferrari,
But that don’t mean I can’t get you there.
I guess he’s an Xbox and I’m more Atari,
About the way you play your game ain’t fair.

I pity the fool that falls in love with you
(Oh shit she’s a gold digger)
Well
(Just thought you should know nigga)
Ooooooh
I’ve got some news for you
Yeah go run and tell your little boyfriend

[Chorus]

Now I know, that I had to borrow,
Beg and steal and lie and cheat.
Trying to keep ya, trying to please ya.
‘Cause being in love with your a** ain’t cheap.

I pity the fool that falls in love with you
(Oh shit she’s a gold digger)
Well
(Just thought you should know nigga)
Ooooooh
I’ve got some news for you
Ooh, I really hate your ass right now

[Chorus]

Now baby, baby, baby
Why d’you wanna wanna hurt me so bad?
(So bad, so bad, so bad)
I tried to tell my momma but she told me
“This is one for your dad”
(Your dad, your dad, your dad)
Yes she did
And I was like
Uh! Whhhy? Uh! Whhhy? Uh!
Whhhy lady? Oh! I love you oh!
I still love you. Oooh!

[Chorus]


Sources: http://www.metrolyrics.com/forget-you-lyrics-cee-lo-green.html

            My all-time favourite song would be Forget you by Cee Lo Green. This song never seems to fail to make me feel better because of the awesome lyrics. No matter how many times I listen to this song, I just never seem to get tired listening to it and the song just never gets old. Cee Lo Green is one of my favourite artists due to this hit single of his. I also highly admire him for his rapping skills. I absolutely love this song because I find the lyrics to be so realistic.

            This song is about a money-hungry gold digger dumping her perfectly nice boyfriend, who was completely in love with her that time, for a rich guy. In the song, a guy was dumped by his girlfriend in order to be with a rich guy. The poor guy was so heartbroken and devastated. Eventually, the guy seems to have gotten over the breakup. It’s a good thing that he realized that he’s better off without her.

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Tout sur ​​moi! All about me!

Ray

Cheerful, lovely, charming, and bright

Second born daughter of the Morco family 

Truly, a gift from god to the lucky couple

Who loves a good laugh and everything fun

Who wants to visit all the places in this wonderful world

Who feels lost in what to do with her own life

Who’s willing to do everything in order to achieve her dreams

Who’s determined to achieve power to help others

Who’s frightened of losing the people she loves, the people who cared for her

Who gained the respect and trust of others

Who wants to prove to the world that she can make a difference

Who wants to make the world a better place

Born and raised in the Pearl of the Orient Sea

Morco

All About Me

Ray

Cheerful, lovely, charming, and bright

Second born daughter of the Morco family 

Truly, a gift from god to the lucky couple

Who loves a good laugh and everything fun

Who wants to visit all the places in this wonderful world

Who feels lost in what to do with her own life

Who’s willing to do everything in order to achieve her dreams

Who’s determined to achieve power to help others

Who’s frightened of losing the people she loves, the people who cared for her

Who gained the respect and trust of others

Who wants to prove to the world that she can make a difference

Who wants to make the world a better place

Born and raised in the Pearl of the Orient Sea

Morco