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Saturday, September 22, 2012

Top 5 performances in X Factor Philippines

The remaining five (5) finalists of the X Factor Philippines performed revivals of popular songs.

Photo Courtesy: ABS-CBN
In the "Revive the Revivals" episode aired on September 22, Allen Sta. Maria sang Teenage Dream by Katy Perry, while KZ Tandingan performed Make You Feel My Love by Adele. 

Checking out what the boys did, Gabriel Maturan serenaded everyone with Moonlight Over Paris by Paolo Santos, while Jeric Medina revived Eric Gadd's version of Do You Believe in Me

Meanwhile, all-male group Daddy's Home chose Tell Me by Joey Albert. Who will make it to the Finals? Who has the X factor? We will find out in the coming weeks.

PCSO Lotto Draw (September 22, 2012)


Here are the PCSO Lotto Draw results for September 22, 2012:

Grand Lotto
47-19-07-03-55-29 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P30,000,000.00
Winner: 0

Lotto 6/42
18-03-01-41-31-19 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P33,316,848.00
Winner: 0

6Digit
6-2-5-7-9-4
Prize: P441,581.74
Winner: 0

Swertres Lotto (9pm)
Combination: 2-3-5  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play
Winners: 1160

Swertres Lotto (4pm)
Combination: 2-4-1 (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play 
Winners: 622

Swertres Lotto (11am)
Combination: 5-9-5  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play
Winners: 410

EZ2 Lotto (9pm)
Combination: 23-03  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play 
Winners: 165

EZ2 Lotto (4pm)
Combination: 16-26  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play 
Winners: 181

EZ2 Lotto (11am)
Combination: 23-01  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play
Winners: 66

TO CLAIM YOUR PRIZE:

1. Before claiming your prize, write your name and affix your signature at the back of your winning lottery tickets.

2. Bring two valid ID's. Prizes, categorized below, may be claimed from Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
  • Prize worth P20.00 to P5,000.00 may be claimed at any authorized Lotto outlet or at the PCSO Provincial District Offices in your area.
  • Prizes ranging from P5,000.00 to P200,000.00 may be claimed at any of the PCSO Provincial District Office or at the PCSO Main Office, PICC Secretariat Bldg, CCP Complex, 1307 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City.
  • The jackpot prize should be validated and claimed at the PCSO Main Office, PICC Secretariat Building, PICC, CCP Complex, Pasay City.

FIBA Asia Cup 2012: Philippines vs Qatar, lands fourth overall (REPLAY)

Philippine national basketball team Smart Gilas Pilipinas lost its bid for a top-three finish against end-point rival Qatar, 63-79, landing at fourth place in the Finals match of the FIBA Asia Cup 2012. An in-depth sequence of events in the Philippines vs Qatar game may be seen here.


Here is a short summary (recap) of the Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Qatar FIBA game play.

Video Courtesy: Youtube user Guessboy Prince

Player scores are as follows:

Smart Gilas Pilipinas (63) – Douthit (17), David (15), Dillinger (12), Norwood (10), De Ocampo (3), Fonacier (3), Tenorio (2), Chan (0), Thoss (0), and Villanueva (0). 

Qatar (79) – Mohmmed (17), Johnson (16), Abdi (14), Saeed (10), Daoud (7), Salem (5), El-Hadary (4), Mohammed (4), and Ali (2).

Last year, Smart Gilas Pilipinas also took the fourth spot in the FIBA Asia Cup 2011 which was held in Wuhan, China. This year's basketball tournament was held at the Ota Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan.





2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition REPLAY: Ateneo Blue Babble Batallion

This post will show the video replay of the performance of the Ateneo Blue Babble Batallion in the 2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition (2012 UAAP CDC).

Video Courtesy: Youtube user TheABSCBNNews

2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition REPLAY: UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe

This post will show the video replay of the performance of the UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe in the 2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition (2012 UAAP CDC).


Video Courtesy : Youtube user TheABSCBNNews

2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition REPLAY: NU Pep Squad

This post will show the video replay of the performance of the NU Pep Squad in the 2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition (2012 UAAP CDC).


Video Courtesy:  Youtube user TheABSCBNNews

2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition REPLAY: FEU Cheering Squad

This post will show the video replay of the performance of the FEU Cheering Squad in the 2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition (2012 UAAP CDC).


Video Courtesy: Youtube user TheABSCBNNEws

2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition REPLAY: DLSU Animo Squad

This post will show the video replay of the performance of the DLSU Animo Squad in the 2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition (2012 UAAP CDC).


Video Courtesy: Youtube user TheABSCBNNews




2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition REPLAY: Adamson Pep Squad

This post will show the video replay of the performance of the Adamson Pep Squad in the 2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition (2012 UAAP CDC).



Video Courtesy: Youtube user TheABSCBNNews

2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition REPLAY: UE Pep Squad

This post will show the video replay of the performance of the UE Pep Squad in the 2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition (2012 UAAP CDC).


Video Courtesy: Youtube user TheABSCBNNews

2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition REPLAY: UP Pep Squad

This post will show the video replay of the performance of the UP Pep Squad in the 2012 UAAP Cheerdance Competition (2012 UAAP CDC).




Video Courtesy: Youtube user TheABSCBNNews

iPhone 5 Sale Price, Specs

Apple's latest edition of its flagship smartphone, the iPhone 5, is expected to hit tech stores in the Philippines at the end of 2012. Some predict that the iPhone 5 will be sold earlier with hints of pre-selling prices of iPhone 5 lurking in online shops.

The price of iPhone 5 could fetch between P30,000 and P40,000 for 16GB, while iPhone 5 units released earlier in Singapore, HK and neighboring countries and shipped in to Manila may be sold by high-volume buyers at higher prices, starting at around P45,000 for a 16GB iPhone 5.

Brand new unlocked Apple iPhone 5 units will be made available on September 25 by one seller at P43,800 (for 16GB), P48,800 (for 32GB), and P54,800 (for 64GB). Hope someone verifies the authenticity of the units on sale.

Another seller at Sulit released higher-than-expected iPhone 5 pre-order prices of P47,500 (for 16GB) and 55,500 (for 32GB) whose stocks are set to arrive on November 25, 2012. Meanwhile, the pre-order price of its 64GB iPhone 5 units will be P61,500.

Hope we could hear from those who would have bought iPhone 5 units additional sources of sellers who tag their units with relatively lower prices. The iPhone 5 units' prices released seem to be sky high.

While waiting for the iPhone 5 release, check out some of the most essential specifications and features one has to look at.


  • CAPACITY: either 16GB, 32GB or 64GB
  • WIDTH: 2.31 inches (thinnest iPhone)
  • WEIGHT: 3.95 ounces (lightest iPhone)
  • DISPLAY SCREEN: 4-inch screen and retinal display, supports multiple languages, finger-resistant coating
  • CAM: 8-megapixel cam, inclusive of panorama, for recording HD videos, has autofocus and LED flash, can capture image from video
  • BATTERY LIFE (equivalents): max of 8 hours talk time on 3G, max of 225 hours standby time, max of 8 hours internet use (LTE/3G), max of 10 hours internet use (Wi-Fi), max of 10 hours video playback, max of 40 hours audio playback
  • INCLUSIONS:


    • iPhone 5
    • Apple EarPods (w/ remote and mic)
    • Lightning to USB cable
    • USB power adapter


Friday, September 21, 2012

PCSO Lotto Draw Results (September 21, 2012)


Here are the PCSO Lotto Draw results for September 21, 2012:

Megalotto 6/45
10-26-07-45-17-14 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P24,901,660.80
Winner: 1

4Digit
4-9-3-9
Prize: P37,473.00
Winner: 26

Globe vs Smart: Which network has better quality?

Which one has better performance, Globe or Smart? A network benchmark test recently conducted by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) reveals which telco performs better. 



And the results, when comparing as a whole in my interpretation, prove that Smart provides better performance than Globe. How did I say so?

FIBA Asia Cup 2012: Philippines vs Iran - Results

FIBA 2013 SM MOA Arena LIVE UPDATES:
Current Score (8:30 PM): 34-35 (PH-Iran)
Philippines vs Iran --> WATCH IT HERE


The Philippine basketball team Smart Gilas Pilipinas has ended its winning streak, suffering a major 17-pt defeat Friday during its match vs Iran, 60-77, in the semifinals round of the FIBA Asia Cup 2012. This defeat relegates Smart Gilas Pilipinas to the run for the 3rd place in the prestigious basketball tournament. The game between Team Pilipinas and Iran was broadcasted live via AKTV on IBC 13.


Philippines and Iran filled the court with excitement today at the Ota Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan. Both teams proceeded to the Semifinals round when they toppled their respective opponents in the quarterfinal round yesterday.

The final quarter (informal) updates of the FIBA Asia Cup 2012 Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Iran updates are as follows.

FIBA Asia Cup 2012 Philippines vs Iran Update:
59-47, Iran-PH with 7:50 left in 4th qtr (4:59 PM, Philippine Time)
62-49, 6:29 left (5:00 PM)
64-52, 5:35 left (5:02 PM)
67-52, (5:03 PM)
67-54, 4:09 mins left
69-54, 3:44 left
72-54, 3:20 left (LABAN PA! T_T)
72-56, 3:02 mins left (5:07 PM, Philippine Time)
74-56, 2:45 mins left
76-56, 1:42 mins left (HOPELESS NA, but keep fighting)
77-57, 0:51 mins left
77-60, END (Iran-PH)

Live streaming websites of the Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Iran match have released video coverage several minutes ago. Catch up with the game. You may watch the Philippines vs Iran FIBA game here.


FIBA Asia Cup 2012 Semifinals schedule

Today, September 21, Smart Gilas Pilipinas will contend with Iran for entry to Finals in the FIBA Asia Cup 2012, which is being held at the Ota Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan.



Also, aiming for Finals qualification are matched up Qatar and Japan, which is touted to be the final opponent of Smart Gilas should it pass through Iran's strong line-up.

If Smart Gilas takes down Iran, it will continue its way to the FIBA Asia Cup Championship match in 2013.

FIBA Asic Cup 2012 Replay: Philippines vs Chinese Taipei

To those who were not able to watch the game between Team Philippines and Team Chinese Taipei in the FIBA Asia Cup 2012, video replays of Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Chinese Taipei match may be found below. In case no video appears, just click on the linked titles and be directed to the video replays.


(There appears to be a technical problem in the replays' embed codes. Proceed HERE to watch the replay of the Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Chinese Taipei match cut into 8 parts. The links found below only lead you to the 2nd half of the game. Please be guided accordingly.)







Video Courtesy: Youtube user BayanngSuperstars

Thursday, September 20, 2012

PCSO Lotto Draw Results (September 20, 2012)


Here are the PCSO Lotto Draw results for September 20, 2012:

SuperLotto 6/49
22-11-17-23-43-12 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P102,728,466.00
Winner: 1

Lotto 6/42
31-27-37-40-19-30 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P28,260,214.20
Winner: 0

6Digit
6-8-3-5-3-4
Prize: P253,874.70
Winner: 0

Swertres Lotto (9pm)
Combination: 8-6-1  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play
Winners: 676

Swertres Lotto (4pm)
Combination: 4-1-4 (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play 
Winners: 997

Swertres Lotto (11am)
Combination: 4-6-5   (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play
Winners: 268

EZ2 Lotto (9pm)
Combination: 22-18  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play 
Winners: 193

EZ2 Lotto (4pm)
Combination: 17-17  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play 
Winners: 194

EZ2 Lotto (11am)
Combination: 06-02  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play
Winners: 197

TO CLAIM YOUR PRIZE:
1. Before claiming your prize, write your name and affix your signature at the back of your winning lottery tickets.
2. Bring two valid ID's. Prizes, categorized below, may be claimed from Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
  • Prize worth P20.00 to P5,000.00 may be claimed at any authorized Lotto outlet or at the PCSO Provincial District Offices in your area.
  • Prizes ranging from P5,000.00 to P200,000.00 may be claimed at any of the PCSO Provincial District Office or at the PCSO Main Office, PICC Secretariat Bldg, CCP Complex, 1307 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City.
  • The jackpot prize should be validated and claimed at the PCSO Main Office, PICC Secretariat Building, PICC, CCP Complex, Pasay City.

September 2012 Chemists Board Exam Results

The results of the September 2012 Chemists Board Exam, which was held in Manila on September 19, 2012, has now been released by the Professional Regulation Commission after two (2) working days. 

Out of 642 examinees, 292 or 45.5 percent passed the Chemists Board Exam this September.

The list of passers of the Chemists Board Exam for September 2012 is found below. Congratulations to our new Chemists!

List of Successful Examinees in the 
CHEMIST LICENSURE EXAMINATION 
Held on SEPTEMBER 18 & 19, 2012
Released on SEPTEMBER 21, 2012

Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABARRA, MAJA SIERHINE JACINTO
2 ABEL, BAE BELINDA PAGUIO
3 ABSALUD, DARLEN MAE CARPIO
4 ABSIN, JHON ALISON CHUA
5 ACAPULCO, JESUS ANTONIO JR INTING
6 ACURAM, LOVELYKRIS LIBRES
7 ADARAYAN, RYZAVIA DE LEON
8 AGNA, MARIA MORIEL ODI
9 AGUILAR, JOHN MICHAEL NARVASA
10 AGUINALDO, SAMUEL JR MAGAOAY
11 ALABA, CEAN SOCORRO MAGBANUA
12 ALAMEDA, EDENINAH BAIT
13 ALBALADEJO, ANTHONY SALVADOR BARCELONA
14 ALBINO, MA MAURICE DELASAN
15 ALCANTARA, CHARMINE MENDOZA
16 ALFANTE, JEFFREY REGALADO
17 ALIM, NATHAN RAY ANNAR
18 ALONZO, SHANNAMARIE MORALES
19 ALQUERO, ALDRIN IAN RAMOS
20 ALVAREZ, PAUL LLOYDSON JARQUE
21 ALVIAR, EZEKIEL MAGDASOC
22 ANCHETA, FEVIERICA ANDRES
23 ANCHETA, MARY ANN PANILAG
24 ANDALIS, IVY MARIE CATIMBANG
25 ANDAYA, VINCENT MARC MANINGAS
26 ANGELES, NICOLO GATUS
27 ANIES, ALLEN JUN PEÑEZ
28 APAGA, DAME LOVELINESS TABARREJO
29 AQUINO, ANN KAREL ABANES
30 AQUINO, DANALYN GOMEZ
31 AQUINO, JASPERALINEA
32 AQUINO, JONAH JOY BASILISCO
33 ARANTON, RAYMOND ROY OCARIZA
34 ARGAMINO, CRISTIAN RYAN ARBOLADO
35 ARGULLA, LEOMEL ECARO
36 ARTUZ, EMMANUEL BRICENIS
37 ATES, VON CARLO MAGHANOY
38 AUSTRIA, ELMERJR SACDALAN
39 AVILA, JOSE CARLO BALILI
40 AYTONA, GRACE LOMIBAO
41 AYUYAO, LEA DIANNE CUSTODIO
42 BABELA, DANA LIGHTHA DELA TORRE
43 BACURIO, JAN HENRIC TADURAN
44 BAILON, MARK XAVIER ELEVADO
45 BALILU, RYAN ESPINA
46 BALONZO, AUBREY ROSEBUD RAYCO
47 BANDIBAS, KEVIN NICK SUAN
48 BANGALANDO, MILBURN BULAHAN
49 BARON, KHRISTOPHER BURCE
50 BATERINA, EZRAMAE TAN
51 BAÑEZ, MARIECRIS ZUÑIGA
52 BERENGUEL, MONICA MARIANO
53 BERJUEGA, PAULKRISTIAN JADIE
54 BERNARDO, VALEREE ROSS RAMIREZ
55 BIADOMANG, JOHN KEVIN PAULO CATLI
56 BISQUERA, WILFREDO JR FAJARDO
57 BLANCO, JOANNEGUARIN
58 BRUZON, DWIGHTANGELO VELASCO
59 BUENASEDA, ARJOHN ABARINTOS
60 CABELLO, MARK KRISTAN ESPEJO
61 CAGULADA, ZAIEANN ROSE LIGUID
62 CALION, ARJAY BULAGAO
63 CAMMAYO, TYRONE PAUL BAYLON
64 CAMO, MARK JOSEPH VIBAR
65 CANDA, RYNA STEPHANIE MARASIGAN
66 CANTOS, CHERRYL MARALIT
67 CARDENAS, JOCELYN BENITO
68 CARMEN, FEBY ESCANDA
69 CASINILLO, ZEEXYNIA CILA
70 CASTAÑOS, IRINA DIANE VILLONES
71 CASTRICIONES, AARON JEN BATARA
72 CASTRO, ANGELOCIPRA
73 CASTRO, KATRYNA KATE MANAHAN
74 CATALUÑA, RAZEL ELAINE GRACE ALMADEN
75 CENIA, ELEONORMUNDA
76 CENIZA, KIMBERLY PAMITTAN
77 CEÑIDOZA, ROLLAND JOSEPH CRUZ
78 CHAN, KEVIN ARTHUR YUCHENKANG
79 CHANCO, DENZELLORENZ SAENZ
80 CHUA, EDWARD KING LIM
81 CLARO, JOHANNACAULIN
82 CLIMACO, JOLLYCIRUJALES
83 CONCEPCION, SHARIJAY MORALES
84 CONSTANTINO, VRYAN GIL REYES
85 CUA, ZABRINA TAN
86 CUASAY, MAAN KARISSA
87 CUEVAS, GABRIELLE TROY ALBANO
88 CUEVAS, ROSEMARIE ANN INFANTE
89 CUYACOT, BEN JOSEPH RUBIATO
90 DAYANAN, JASPER NUEL ABAN
91 DAYAO, AARON RALPH KAHLIL CORPUZ
92 DAÑAS, APRILYNRAMADA
93 DE BODA, RAMONCITO LUIS BASSIG
94 DE CHAVEZ, DANJO PURIO
95 DE GUZMAN, JUAN PAOLO PASAMONTE
96 DE GUZMAN, REGINA ARIZA
97 DE LA PEÑA, NESIL MOCORRO
98 DEJELO, CARLO JAY RUBIO
99 DEL CASTILLO, JOMARK MAGALLANO
100 DELA CERNA, LEXIEN MAE PABIA
101 DELA CRUZ, JOHN PATRICK VILLANUEVA
102 DELA ROSA, FRANCIS MONSERRATA
103 DIABORDO, FEBBY TABUNDA
104 DIZON, MA RACHELLE DE GUZMAN
105 DOLOJAN, LIANDRO REUBEN JUNIO
106 DOMINADO, TAMARA MICHELLE POSA
107 DOMINGUEZ, ALVIN FABIANO
108 DOMINGUEZ, KARMINA PAULA ABUNDO
109 DULOS, MAIKO LUZ VILLANUEVA
110 ENDAYA, ANDROMEDA DOMALAON
111 ENERO, JODELL RYAN TAGUD
112 ESCOBAR, CLIFFJEFFERSONN ALACAPA
113 ESGUERRA, JOHNLAURENCE DE CHAVEZ
114 ESPIRITU, KEVIN EVORA
115 FERNANDEZ, RONA VALENZUELA
116 FERRER, CARMELA CLAIRE ACOB
117 FERRER, ROY RUSSEL MONDEZ
118 FLORES, STANLEY BERNARD VAL BOCATEJA
119 FRANCIA, CHRISALLEN EARL TENA
120 FRANCISCO, JAYSON TRUNO
121 FUENTES, JEANNE ERICHO MACALINAO
122 GACUTAN, ERICAMAE GADONG
123 GAJIGAN, ANDRIAN PALADAR
124 GAMBOA, JOHN LEO GAVINO MEDENILLA
125 GAMILLA, CARMINA RADAN
126 GARCIA, ARREANE EARL BERIÑA
127 GARCIA, AURELIO JR SANTOS
128 GARCIA, CHRISTINE ZARAH TUMASIS
129 GARCIA, MARIA CARMELA ALIX
130 GARCIA, ROSEMARIE DEJITO
131 GARCIA, SHARAHMAE BALO
132 GARZA, DARCY LACANILAO
133 GATCHALIAN, KATRINA NIÑA BARCELONA
134 GENATO, ROCHELLE ELOISE GIRON
135 GO, RALPH ANTON CHU
136 GOLLE, CRISMALYN ANTIPALA
137 GONZALES, FERNAN ANGELO MACAPUGAY
138 GONZALES, HARRY JOHN SUMANDO
139 GONZALES, MARKKENNETH CASINGAL
140 GOTICO, PHILIPP MILANES
141 GOZUN, WINDRAHLYN MACATANGAY
142 GRONA, ARIEL JOHN DEFANTE
143 GUERRERO, JAN-ERVIN CUDIA
144 GUERRERO, JET GURIMBAO
145 GULTIANO, ANALYN GALO
146 GUMANAO, PAUL RANDY PALUA
147 GUMAPON, HANNAH LYN DONGON
148 HERBAS, LEANNEJOYCE AGUSTIN
149 HIDALGO, ERICKA JANE CALICA
150 HILARIO, EZEKIEL RIVAMONTE
151 HIMMIWAT, RICHARD RARA
152 HUESCA, JHONFIL TORRES
153 HURBODA, DENNIELL ANN JUSAY
154 IDAGO, GREMORYDENNIS FUNDALES
155 IMBAO, JERICK ABEJURO
156 INOCENTES, CARL ROGEL VILLALUZ
157 INTALAN, LOUIEALDRIN MEDINA
158 JAGOLINA, EDENBAGSIC
159 JASTIVA, REGINA MARIE JANCON
160 JAVIER, JENIKALOU DOMASIN
161 JOCSON, ROMMELCLEMENTE
162 JUNIO, ALLEN JAY BANAL
163 JUNIO, XANDRA OBIS
164 KHO, JEWEL ANNE TIU
165 LAGAT, FARAH JANE BABERA
166 LAGUNDINO, BENITO JR ARAYA
167 LAID, KAREN MAE GICARAYA
168 LANIPA, JOBERTDELOS REYES
169 LAPOOT, LLOYD MAMALIS
170 LAURENTE, RAPHAEL MICIANO
171 LAZONA, YHENA PILAPIL
172 LIM, ANN GABRIELLE GOMEZ
173 LIM, KRISTOFFER DE LEON
174 LOGRONIO, RICHELLE RECANA
175 LOPEZ, RICHARDJIMENEZ
176 LUMANGTAD, ZEAMAHRA TINGZON
177 MABATO, BEATRIX ROSETTE GO
178 MACAPAGAL, JACLYN VANESSA SANCHEZ
179 MADRIDANO, FREDNER MURILLO
180 MAGSINO, AL JEROME ALCANTARA
181 MAHUSAY, GIAN VINCENZO DELA TORRE
182 MALLARI, RHEA DELA CRUZ
183 MANZANO, JOSEPH DUBRIA
184 MARCOS, NELISSA SEVILLA
185 MARQUEZ, ANNE CELINE CONCEPCION
186 MARTILLANA, STEPHANIE CRESENCIO
187 MARTINEZ, FRANZE PERRY CAAGBAY
188 MAYOR, ANNA BEATRIZ RANCE
189 MEMPIN, ROWENAGRACE RETIRO
190 MENDOZA, ENCARALEJ DICEN
191 MENDOZA, HERVIN ERROL TOLEDO
192 MENDOZA, JAYDEE PANALIGAN
193 MENORIAS, JOHNCHRISTIAN DAR JUAN
194 MERAÑA, TRIXIAGRACE VALENZUELA
195 MILAGROSA, VILMA NERBES
196 MIRANDILLA, JACQUELYN PADILLA
197 MOGOL, EVITA LINDA MERCENE
198 MONTES, JESSICA MARIE VELASQUEZ
199 MONTILLA, ANNALOE ROCO
200 NAS, ANALYN LUCENTALES
201 NATIVIDAD, NIKKI ESTRADA
202 NAVARRO, ANNA ISABEL BOY
203 NEPOMUCENO, PRECIOUS ANN LLEVA
204 NGO, LORVIN LANZE CUA
205 NOLASCO, JANNEL ABIOG
206 NOVIDA, CLAUDIO FIEL MARTINEZ
207 NUALLA, ANA LEONILA MANALO
208 NUGUID, ROB JEREMIAH GOTENGCO
209 OBUNGEN, GISELLE LA PENA
210 OCAMPO, MA ANDREA GENEIVE PARAN
211 OLAGUERA, RON MICHAEL NABONG
212 ORLANES, MARIEANGELY MADRIGALEJOS
213 PACARO, LOIDA BANUA
214 PAILMA, JENNIFER KATE IGOY
215 PAJARITO, DEXTER FAIGMANI
216 PALLONES, JERVIC SERVANDIL
217 PALONGPALONG, HEINRICH VICTOR VALERY ALAVANZA
218 PARUA, QUEEN ELIZAINA OLIVERA
219 PARULI, ERNESTO III EDEJER
220 PASIA, LLAYDE SHEILA SANTANDER
221 PATRIANA, FAMILLE MARIÑAS
222 PAYUSAN, JESSAACALAIN
223 PENTECOSTES, KRISELLE ZAIDE
224 PETALIO, ALJONGALIZA
225 PEÑA, MARO RAPOG
226 PIMENTEL, MARIA DANICA BUENAOBRA
227 POBLACION, MERLIZA ABOLTIVO
228 RAGUINDIN, RIZZIE KIMBERLY MANAOIS
229 RAMIREZ, JAINAH MAE LEBRILLA
230 RAMIREZ, LISA MARIE SISON
231 RAZONABE, CHEEM CONANAN
232 RECUENCO, ANGELA LIM
233 RETRATO, MARK DENNIS CHICO
234 REYES, FLORELLI MAE YABES
235 REYES, JOSE FERNAN MARIANO
236 ROSAL, EMERALDJEAN ARPON
237 ROSARIO, MARY ELLENOHR DELOS REYES
238 ROSBERO, THERESE MARIE SEGISMUNDO
239 SAAVEDRA, KHRISTIAN JOHN CREENCIA
240 SAGANAY, ALLENJOY BUENAFLOR
241 SALAZAR, DOMINA PIA SABATER
242 SAMONTE, MARIALOURDES DELA TORRE
243 SAMSON, GRACE ANN GONZALES
244 SANGALANG, REYMART VALENZUELA
245 SANGGO, JEMIMAH ESTRADA
246 SANJORJO, REY ANTHONY SARONA
247 SANTIAGO, RYANMIGUEL SANQUI
248 SAYO, ROLANDO PASCUA
249 SERRANO, MARY CHRISANTHINE ROSET TANAEL
250 SIBAL, HONEY ROSE ESCOL
251 SIBLE, WILBERTLIM
252 SIBUG, SARAH MAY RUBIO
253 SINAD, KORINA VIDA GUILLERMO
254 SOTELO, TIFFANY JOAN DEL ROSARIO
255 SUCALDITO, MELVIR REGALA
256 SYTU, MARION RYAN CHUA
257 TADEO, NEIL JHON GASPAR
258 TAMAYO, MARY JANN KESTLE ZAYAS
259 TAN, BEA HELENE LIM
260 TAN, JOHANNSENCHUA
261 TAN, JOSHUA LANGOB
262 TAN, MARY GRACE DAVID
263 TAN, ROBERT JUBILO
264 TATE, MELBERT PRACUELLES
265 TAYROS, MARY JEAN DE LOS SANTOS
266 TCHENG, JHOANNA SELINE CHAN
267 TECSON, KEITH IVAN PICUT
268 TENGCO, JUAN ANTONIO GOKIM
269 TENIDO, PETER IMMANUEL DE LOYOLA
270 TEVES, CHARITYJAMITO
271 TIONGSON, JULIUS KIM ADONIS
272 TIRONA, WALI RESADA
273 TORRES, JOHN EPHRAIM ESPERAS
274 TRINIDAD, LAWRENCE JOHN PAULO LADIA
275 TRIVIÑO, JOANNA RODHINE TEKIKO
276 TURNO, JAY MARAUDITOR
277 UCLARAY, CRISTINA CAMPO
278 VICENTE, JUVINCH REGATONA
279 VIDAD, CHRISTIAN ABRAHAM
280 VIERNES, LORD BRYAN GUERRERO
281 VILLANUEVA, JIM KARL VALDEZ
282 VILLARIN, VENICE JANE EMPERWA
283 VILLASIN, KARLA ADRIELLE NUQUI
284 VILLERO, LORENZ JAY BIORE
285 YAP, FRANCISCOJR RAMOS
286 YAP, SONDRA KITTE LACSAMANA
287 YBAÑEZ, QUINCYESTOPIN
288 YEE, DANA RECAH FELIZ PADOGA
289 YU, ARJAY JANRE MATA
290 ZABALA, MYRNILLE JOY BELGA
291 ZERNA, CHRISTINE MAY SUYCANO
292 ZUÑIGA, ZYRONEVIGILIA 

NOTHING FOLLOWS-----------



FIBA Asia Cup 2012: Smart Gilas Philippines vs Taipei

Team Smart Gilas Pilipinas won over Taipei, 75-68, in their recent match in the Quarterfinals of the FIBA Asia Cup 2012, held at the Ota Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan. 

With this, the Philippine national basketball team Smart Gilas will be moving on to the Semifinals  and will be expected to exchange fierce shots and rebounds with Iran on Friday, September 20, 2012.

Smart Gilas took a 14-point lead after making no score for more than three minutes in its first-period play. Their strong defense, after continuous point shots ended, prevented Team Taipei from catching up with them, leading them to a victorious finale.

Will this series of triumphs propel Smart Gilas to the Finals round? Let's wait and see!

Player scores are as follows: Philippines (75) -Douthit (19), David (14), de Ocampo (10), Fonacier (9), Tenorio (9), Dillinger (5), Chan (5), Norwood (4), and Thoss (0).

For the video replay of the match between Smart Gilas and Chinese Taipei, proceed by clicking Smart Gilas Pilipinas vs Chinese Taipei video replay.


Lebanon, not PH, to host FIBA Asia Cup 2013

It isconfirmed in TV5's sports news portal interAKTV that Lebanon, and not the Philippines, will host the FIBA Asia Cup in 2013. 

Sonny Barrios, executive director of Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas, revealed to interAKTV that Lebanon was granted the hosting rights for the FIBA Basketball Cup Championship. However, a condition was raised stating that the Philippines will be its alternative should Lebanon fail to make it.

Incidentally, the Hajop Khajirian, Secretary General of FIBA Asia, is of Lebanese nationality. 

Top Philippine basketball personalities expressed their disappointment with the decision made. For a more comprehensive report, visit this Interaksyon.com article: Lebanon, not Philippines, to host FIBA Asia next year.


Free text online via Smart GoTxt Facebook app

Want to spend less to communicate with your family or friends? Here is a new text messaging app, brought to everyone by Smart, which can be accessible through Facebook. This could definitely rival existing free text messaging website Magtxt.com who's very popular to tech savvy Pinoys.

Text your loved ones for free using Smart's GoTxt application that allows Facebook users, who can be subscribers of any network, to send messages for free to Smart subscribers only.

PCSO Lotto Draw Results (September 19, 2012)


Here are the PCSO Lotto Draw results for September 19, 2012:

Megalotto 6/45
01-42-10-31-03-12 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P18,872,706.60
Winner: 0

Grand  Lotto
43-36-22-40-31-25 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P30,000,000.00
Winner: 0

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Julie Ann San Jose dances Teach Me How to Dougie in Ellen show

Kapuso star Julie Ann San Jose was trending on Twitter today (September 19) when she was spotted dancing to the beat of Chris Brown's "Teach Me How to Dougie" dance craze in the popular Ellen DeGeneres show.

A youtube video of Julie Ann dancing in the Ellen show surfaced, with Twitter users tagging her the "Asian chick". It is true that Julie Ann San Jose was on the show, but only as a guest. She was accompanied by love team partner Elmo Magalona and his mother Pia Magalona.

The video of Julie Ann doing her Dougie moves in the Ellen show may be seen below. (If you can't view the video, due to some technical problems in this blog, please click the link in the video courtesy and be directed to the actual footage.)


Video Courtesy: Youtube user FilipinasInShowbiz

Loren Legarda, Chiz Escudero top senatorial candidate bets survey

Senator Loren Legarda and Senator Chiz Escuder lead in a recent survey conducted by Pulse Asia Inc. that enlists the top choice senators to get a seat in the 2013 Elections, if the elections were held in September.

It may be seen that a lot of those included in the Senatorial 2013 Elections survey are current senators of the Philippines, which means the public will definitely be seeing some of these senators running again for an enviable, honorable Senatorial seat.

The list of the most looked-forward bets for Senatorial race, if and when they announce their intent to run, is found below.

  1. Senator Loren Legarda: 67.3 percent 
  2. Senator  Francis “Chiz” Escudero: 61.2 percent 
  3. Senator  Alan Peter Cayetano: 49.9 percent 
  4. San Juan Rep. JV Ejercito Estrada: 49.9 percent 
  5. Cagayan Rep. Juan Ponce Enrile, Jr.: 47.4 percent 
  6. Senator  Antonio Trillanes IV: 41.2 percent 
  7. Senator  Gregorio Honasan: 40.6 percent 
  8. Senator  Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III: 39.2 percent 
  9. Senator  Juan Miguel Zubiri: 37.4 percent 
  10. Aurora Rep. Edgardo “Sonny” Angara: 35.9 percent
  11. Las Piñas City Rep. Cynthia Villar:32.7 percent
  12. Ma. Lourdes Nancy Binay: 27.4 percent 
  13. former Seator. Richard Gordon: 26.2 percent
  14. Senator  Ramon Magsaysay Jr.: 25.4 percent
  15. former Senator Ana “Jamby” Madrigal: 23.2 percent,

Globe warns of new scams

Telecommunications giant Globe has urged the public to remain cautious of new modus operandi or scam that victimizes its prepaid  and postpaid users. The act is made possible my making use of an online payment platform, known to be Zong, which allowsits subscribers to purchase digital goods from gaming sites and social networks through mobile phones or texting.

The scam involves a bogus person making a call to a Globe postpaid subscriber, pretending as a Globe customer service representative, and saying that Globe will give away rewards with the prospect victim, in most cases, biting the bait.

SPOTTED: For DotA players, DotA o Ako music video

It actually took me a graduation march before I can finally join the realm of DotA addicts, or the Death of the Ancients world. Some of you may have been directed here to check on DotA cheats for the latest version of DotA, but sorry to disappoint you I wrote this post not to give out DotA cheats, DotA patches, or DotA upgrades.

I am here because, to my surprise, I am finally convinced that I am a certified DotA addict. I play DotA at least twice to thrice a day. I usually use Slayer, Dwarven Sniper or Lightning Revenant; and I feel happy every time I get to kill an enemy hero from the Scourge. I always pick the Sentinel, and I am contented with my base.

Somehow this addiction made me recall about a really viral music video dedicated to DotA players. It somehow hitches on the idea that DotA sometimes gives you a lot of headache and oftentimes, lets you choose, between going to the CR and letting the DotA game end first, between texting your girlfriend or boyfriend and waiting to kill Sand King, between eating at 8AM and starting a new DotA game,  and between attending class or visiting the internet cafe.

DotA is really addictive. It always corners you to make a choice. In this DotA music video, which is now one year old in Youtube, the player is made to choose between DotA and his gf. It comically compares the pros and cons of playing DotA and interacting with his girlfriend.

The title of the newbie music video dedicated to DotA addicts, which now has 15 million views, is "DotA o Ako". Rarely does a youtube video produced in the Philippines reach a million views, so kudos to the people behind this video. Though the whole make-up of the DotA video somewhat shows the video maker is a beginner, I applaud its content, musicality and contagiousness.


Video Courtesy: Youtube user jai14221

Seriously, I like the melody, the rapped out lyrics, and the girl. Haha. Enjoy watching!

UAAP Cheerdance Competition Tickets Updates

The SM Tickets Facebook page posted an announcement last week about the update on ticket prices, schedule of ticket release, and number of tickets which will be made available in SM Tickets outlets and online, regarding the UAAP Season 75 Cheerdance Competition. 

The UAAP Cheerdance Competition updates on tickets and schedule of release are as follows:

UAAP Season 75 Cheerdance Competition
Date: September 22, 2012 (Saturday)
Time Start: 2:00PM

As per instruction from UAAP, SM Tickets will start selling on Thursday, September 20 to give school headstart in selling tickets from Monday-Wednesday. 

TICKET PRICES FOR THE UAAP CHEERDANCE COMPETITION

VIP - P350
PATRON - P350
LOWER BOX - P300
UPPER BOX - P175
GENERAL ADMISSION- P100

NUMBER OF TICKETS TO BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR SALE ON SEPTEMBER 20

LOWER BOX - 100 tickets
UPPER BOX - 300 tickets
GENERAL ADMISSION - 300 tickets

Tickets will be available at the outlets and online. Only two (2) tickets may be bought per person.

Limited standing tickets at LOWER BOX, UPPER BOX AND GENERAL ADMISSION will be available at the venue on September 22, 2012 from 1:45 PM onwards. Only one (1) standing ticket will be provided per person and will be given straight entry into the venue. 

Ticket buyers will not be allowed to go out of the line after purchasing; buying for friends will be prohibited. Everyone will be requested to fall in line to avoid  unwanted brawls or  other incidents.

Don't forget to read the main article of the UAAP 75 Cheerdance Competition here. Results and video replays will be released here. There are UAAP Cheerdance Competition live stream links available for you guys here.

Maroon 5, Adam Levine Live in Manila 2012

Videos and clips of the Maroon 5 concert, Overexposed World Tour Live, have been uploaded in Youtube by the attendees of the event.

Here, I am sharing a video I spotted on Youtube featuring Maroon 5's Adam Levine singing the band's all-time hit She Will  Be Loved at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Manila, Philippines. Hope you guys like it!



Video Courtesy: Youtube user chy1023

Other clips and video footage of Maroon 5's  Overexposed World Tour may be seen by viewing Maroon 5 Overexposed Tour in Manila last September 18, 2012.

2NE1's Dara (Sandara Park) now on Twitter

The Philippines's "Pambansang Krung-Krung" Sandara Park, internationally recognized as 2NE1's Dara, has officially joined Twitter on September 17 (Monday) causing a supernova hype in Twitterverse. 

Her first tweet was “@MBLAQCD 바보 ㅋㅋ" replying to her younger brother Sanghyun Park's tweet., which declared Dara's identity account in Twitter. Sanghyun Park is a member of MBLAQ, a South Korean male vocal group,  created by Korean superstar Rain under J. Tune Camp. MBLAQ, which stands for Music Boys Live in Absolute Quality, debuted on October 2009 during Rain concert Legend of Rainism

Hours after news of Dara's entry into Twitterverse fired up, thousands of Twitter users flocked to her @krungy21 account, where the current number of her Twitter followers already reached 111,000 as of 10:30 AM Wednesday (September 19, 2012), just three (3) days prior joining. 

It only proves she's got the fame and recognition across countries.


Bwakaw in 2013 Oscars

Bwakaw, a finalist in the recently-concluded Cinemalaya 2012, was selected by the the Film Academy of the Philippines (FAP) as the official entry of the Philippines for the Oscars next year. It was nominated in the Best Foreign Film category.

The movie won the Audience Award in the Directors' Showcase bracket of the Cinemalaya movie festival  this year.

Photo Courtesy: Cinemalya.org

It stars veteran actor Eddie Garcia who received the Best Actor award for his role in the drama-comedy film that talks about the outing of a gay man in his 70s who, all set to wait for  his death willfully distributing his belongings, is left no companion but a stray dog named Bwakaw whose death changes his views about life and death allowing him to self-realize, retract his wills, and relish life as it is supposed to be.


PCSO Lotto Draw Results (September 18, 2012)

I was so surprised with the reasonably good amount of traffic, though not high, when I posted about the September 17, 2012 PCSO Lotto Draw results. I still plan to continue monitoring the trend of web hits linked to PCSO lottery and PCSO Lotto Draw results.

In the meantime, here are the PCSO Lotto Draw results for September 18, 2012:

SuperLotto 6/49
47-33-24-29-43-05 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P93,917,862.00
Winner: 0 
Lotto 6/42
39-13-24-34-06-40 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P23,787,223.20
Winner: 0

6Digit
5-1-9-1-4-3
Prize: P1,781,235.00
Winner:1

Swertres Lotto (9pm)
Combination: 0-6-1  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play
Winners: 275

Swertres Lotto (4pm)
Combination: 2-7-4 (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play 
Winners: 183

Swertres Lotto (11am)
Combination: 8-6-6   (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play
Winners: 304

EZ2 Lotto (9pm)
Combination: 25-07  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play 
Winners:184

EZ2 Lotto (4pm)
Combination: 25-17  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play 
Winners: 88

EZ2 Lotto (11am)
Combination: 26-18  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play
Winners: 109

TO CLAIM YOUR PRIZE:
1. Before claiming your prize, write your name and affix your signature at the back of your winning lottery tickets.
2. Bring two valid ID's. Prizes, categorized below, may be claimed from Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
  • Prize worth P20.00 to P5,000.00 may be claimed at any authorized Lotto outlet or at the PCSO Provincial District Offices in your area.
  • Prizes ranging from P5,000.00 to P200,000.00 may be claimed at any of the PCSO Provincial District Office or at the PCSO Main Office, PICC Secretariat Bldg, CCP Complex, 1307 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City.
  • The jackpot prize should be validated and claimed at the PCSO Main Office, PICC Secretariat Building, PICC, CCP Complex, Pasay City.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

How to Register for Overseas Absentee Voting (OAV)

I saw an infograph showing the reasons why a lot of OFWs fail to register for the Overseas Absentee Voting (OAV). Aside from this, the photo includes a lot of information about the OAV registration process. 

To view the Overseas Absentee Voting Registration Image,  click the image below and zoom in.

Photo Courtesy: OFW Magazine



FIBA Asia Cup 2012: Quarterfinals Schedule, Smart Gilas plays with Chinese Taipei

The Prelims of the FIBA Asia Cup 2012 has just ended. 

With this, the flow of play proceeds to the Quarterfinals of the FIBA Asia Cup 2012, which will commence and take place on September 20, 2012 at the Ota Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan.

Due to their failure to win any game, Macau (Group A), and India (Group B) were eliminated and did not qualify for entry to the Quarterfinals.


The four teams that remained per group category, with Smart Gilas at number 2 in the Group A slot, will be pitted against teams from the other category - a crossover game. This means Smart Gilas Philippines will no longer battle China in this round, and instead, may contend with Qatar, Japan, Iran, and Chinese Taipei.

Enlisted below are the matches for the FIBA Asia Cup 2012 quarterfinals:

First Side

Lebanon vs. Qatar
Japan vs. China

Second Side 
Iran vs. Uzbekistan
Philippines vs. Chinese Taipei

The Philippines's representative basketball team Smart Gilas will be battling head on with Chinese  Taipei in the Quarterfinals of the FIBA Asia Cup 2012.

The fight is definitely not yet over for Smart Gilas whose immense power and strength was showcased in the last three games it won over - versus Macau, Uzbekistan and Lebanon. Will this good starting shot lead Smart Gilas to the championship/finals round of the FIBA Asia Cup 2012? Let's hope so.

Sting Live in Manila this December 2012

Internationally acclaimed British singer-songwriter, musician, rocker, activist, actor and philanthropist Sting will storm Manila on December 9, 2012 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. 

Photo Courtesy: Ovation Productions


Sting concert ticket prices are as follows: 
  • P15,840 - VIP 
  • P10,560 - Patron 
  • P7,920 - Lower Box A 
  • P5,810 - Lower Box B 
  • P3,700 - Upper Box 
  • P1,030 - General Admission
Tickets will be on sale starting September 21 at 12 noon at all SM Ticket outlets and online at www.smtickets.com. Or you may call 427-2222.

Sting Back to Bass Tour Manila is brought to you by Ovation Productions, the concerts promotion company handling the American Idol Live! Tour 2012 (where Jessica Sanchez and other AI alumni will perform on September 21 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum), the Big Bang Galaxy Live Tour 2012 (which will take place on October at the SM Mall of Asia Arena), and the America with Kalapana Philippine Tour 2012 (which will be held in three Philippine cities this October)..

FIBA Asia Cup 2012: Smart Gilas Philippines vs Macau video replay

To those who missed the exemplary performance of Team Smart Gilas Philippines against fourth rival Macau during the FIBA Asia Cup 201 Prelims, you may watch the Smart Gilas vs Macau fight video replay here.


 Video Courtesy: Pinoy-Ako.Info

The end of the game saw Philippines over-running the court with score 98-46. This third win puts them on the 2nd spot in the current standings in Group A, composed of China, Lebanon, Uzbekistan Philippines and Macau. The FIBA Asia Cup 2012 venue is the Ota Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan.

American Idol runner-up Jessica Sanchez in Manila

Fil-American Jessica Sanchez, together with the Top 10 American Idol Season 11 finalists, has arrived in Manila at the NAIA Tuesday morning, September 18, to perform in a one-night concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on September 21 (Friday).

Photo Courtesy:  Ginger Conejero

Jessica plans to stay in the Philippine longer due to her incoming projects and endorsements in the Philippines. She and her co-AI alumni will be touring malls in Manila including Glorietta, Eastwood Mall, Alabang Town Center and Venice Plaza. 

Free MRT, LRT rides for government employees


In celebration of the 112th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary, the Civil Service Commission, in cooperation with the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) and Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA), will be offering free MRT and LRT rides to government employees on Wednesday, September 19.

To avail of the free MRT ride, government employees must present their valid and updated IDs to the assigned security personnel. They will have to write down their names first before they will be issued a free pass. The pass will be given to the guard on-duty or near the entrance to the waiting area. 

To avail of the free LRT ride, government employees must present their valid and updated IDs to the assigned teller. They will have to write down their names first before they will be issued a free pass. The pass will be given to the guard on-duty or near the entrance to the waiting area. 

For both transit lines, the "No ID, No FREE RIDE" rule applies.

Free MRT rides will be available to government employees from 7 AM to 7PM, while free LRT rides will be offered from 7 AM to 9 AM and 5 PM to 7 PM only. Government employees who do not arrive at the said time frame will have to pay the regular fee, especially in the LRT rides

In connection with this, LRT passengers, who are government employees, must exit before 10 AM and  8 PM to avoid paying the regular fee. 

For clarifications, visit the CSC page or read free MRT/LRT ride for government employees on September 19, 2012 to be redirected to the information page.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Samsung releases Galaxy S3 vs iPhone 5 comparison ad

Korean smartphone maker and electronics giant Samsung took its marketing and advertising strategy to a whole new level in its attempt to clash head-on with Apple through a very sensational, controversial advertisement poster captioned "It doesn't take a genius", a subtle hit referring to Apple's 'geniuses' and an obvious way of rectifying ease of choice.

Samsung placed its Samsung Galaxy S3's specifications and features face-to-face with that of iPhone 5's. And the result brings an imbalance that settles the rift between the two and gives Samsung a point-lead for consumer choices. 

Photo Courtesy: Amazonaws.com

After the financial bruise it got from an already-decided adjudged patent dispute, Samsung is no coward in fighting back and recovering what it lost in a recent court decision to pay Apple a big amount of money.

Though the fight is far from over, Samsung has worked so hard to keep pace in the race and prove to everyone especially the die-hard Apple fans  that "the next big thing is already here."

Witty ad statements thrown by Samsung to tease Apple are not new to them. Last year, the release of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia was spoiled due to Apple's winning of a temporary injunction to stop the sale. This ban, however, didn't last and with Samsung permitted to sell the units, it produced a full page ad that said "The tablet Apple tried to stop."

With slower moves coming from the iPhone manufacturer, a simple revising, modifying and developing its flagship iPhone could be its downfall.  For now, third-in-the-race Nokia looks to its advantage on this dynamic rivalry that could definitely influence investments in research & development and of course, stretch out the fabric of competition.

PCSO Lotto Draw Results (September 17, 2012)

This is my first time to post about PCSO lotto draw results, since there are fresh talks tackling national lottery and the more intriguing jueteng-linked small-town lottery (STL). My goal of writing this post is to see if there are a lot of  netizens or online readers who make use of social media  or search engines to check on the daily results of the PCSO lotto draw.

To sum it all up, this post will check on the actual demand in the lottery world based from web visits - if a lot of people really make bets through the PCSO lotto draw or not.

So, for September 17, 2012, here are the PCSO Lotto Draw results:


Grand Lotto 6/55
47-08-24-28-26-14 (in any order)

Jackpot Prize: P30 million
Winner: 1

MegaLotto 6/45
40-19-15-34-18-07 (in any order)
Jackpot Prize: P14,517,505.80
Winner: 0

4Digit Luzon & Vismin
8-4-1-0  (in exact order)
Prize: P10,000 
Winners: 45

Swertres Lotto (9pm)
Combination: 9-4-9  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play
Winners: 675

Swertres Lotto (4pm)
Combination: 1-1-3  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play 
Winners: 1093

Swertres Lotto (11am)
Combination: 2-3-1   (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,500 per P10 play
Winners: 362

EZ2 Lotto (9pm)
Combination: 14-08  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play 
Winners: 570

EZ2 Lotto (4pm)
Combination: 06-13  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play 
Winners: 204

EZ2 Lotto (11am)
Combination: 06-08  (in exact order)
Jackpot Prize: P4,000 per P10 play
Winners: 181

TO CLAIM YOUR PRIZE:

1. Before claiming your prize, write your name and affix your signature at the back of your winning lottery tickets.

2. Bring two valid ID's. Prizes, categorized below, may be claimed from Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
  • Prize worth P20.00 to P5,000.00 may be claimed at any authorized Lotto outlet or at the PCSO Provincial District Offices in your area.
  • Prizes ranging from P5,000.00 to P200,000.00 may be claimed at any of the PCSO Provincial District Office or at the PCSO Main Office, PICC Secretariat Bldg, CCP Complex, 1307 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City.
  • The jackpot prize should be validated and claimed at the PCSO Main Office, PICC Secretariat Building, PICC, CCP Complex, Pasay City.

PUPCET online application ongoing

The Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) is currently accepting freshman applicants for the AY 2013-2014. Students who would like to be admitted to PUP for AY 2013-2014 need to take the PUP College Entrance Test (PUPCET). 

Online registration is through the PUP iApply portal, which is somewhat not working as of the moment (September 17, 10:20 PM). Registration ends on December 10, 2012.

Claiming of test permits online will start on October 3, 2012. 

To apply for PUPCET:

  1. Visit the iApply site and accomplish the online application form found there.
  2. Print your payment voucher. There is an entrance fee (in 2011, it was P500) for this examination.
  3. Get your test permit online starting October 3, 2012.


For more information, contact the PUP Admissions Services through +632 716-7832 local 322/287. Since the site's down, please proceed to the PUP campus of your choice and inquire.

September 2012 Marine Engineer Officers Licensure Exam Results List

After four (4) working days prior last examination day, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) released the results of the September 2012 Marine Engineer Officer Board Exam. The Marine Engineer Officer Exams were held in Manila and Davao City on September 15-16, 2012.

The list of results for Marine Engineer-related exams includes Chief Marine Engineer Officers, Second Marine Engineer Officers, and Officer-in-Charge of an Engineering Watch, with and without exemptions from taking practical assessment.

The list of passers of the Marine Engineer Officer Board or Licensure Exams for September 2012 are as follows.

List of Successful Examinees in the
Written Phase of the
CHIEF MARINE ENGINEER OFFICERS LICENSURE EXAM
Who shall be EXEMPTED from taking Practical Assessment

Seq. No. N a m e
1 ALOC, SOLOMON JR SENA
2 BAGAYBAGAYAN, JOSE JR FUENTES
3 BOGADOR, JACINTO-DENNIS BALIDAY
4 CATBAGAN, NOELTADIFA
5 DE LARA, REYNALDO JOSON
6 ESCANILLA, RAUL JR FEOLINO
7 FLORES, FRANCIS DIONISIO
8 MILANA, ROGER ONIDO
9 PITALLANO, JONATHAN RODRIGUEZ
10 SIY, EISSEN JOSEPH SERGIO JORDAN
11 SOMBLINGO, MICHAEL PANDOY
12 UBOD, SCHLEYERLAMANILAO
13 VILLAFLOR, NOEL AMOLONG
14 VIRAY, ERNESTOJR OROSCO 

NOTHING FOLLOWS---------------
List of Successful Examinees in the
Written Phase of the
SECOND MARINE ENGINEER OFFICERS LICENSURE EXAM
Held on SEPTEMBER 15 & 16, 2012
Released on SEPTEMBER 20, 2012

Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABARQUEZ, RUELPATIAN
2 ABELEDO, LAMBERTO JR VILLANUEVA
3 ALMARIO, DINDOBASAK
4 ARCENAL, ADONIS ROSELL
5 AZARCON, DIONISIO ESTOCE
6 BACANI, JOEL URQUIOLA
7 BAJAMUNDE, DARWIN BAUTISTA
8 BANDALA, JESUSTANDOG
9 BATIANCILA, ARISTEO DIAMANTE
10 BERNANDINO, RODEL SINGALAWA
11 BORJA, NOEL GUZMAN
12 BOY, HENDEN BUENDIA
13 BUHULON, RAMONJR GUH-NOD
14 CABIGUEN, RUELAPGAO
15 CALABIA, GERARDO DEGORIO
16 CALER, RHEINSTINITZ KARL VILLAROSA
17 CALIMLIM, ROBERT JR TUPRIO
18 CATAYAS, PATRICIO JR MARATAS
19 COMA, RONALD DAJOTOY
20 DE CASTRO, MARIO HERNANDEZ
21 DE LA BANDA, LUREN JOY TONDO
22 DEOCAMPO, CYRIL BALQUIN
23 DIMALIBOT, STEPHEN RON PILIIN
24 DIONIO, AVELINO JR DULOS
25 ESPINA, ANSKIE-CEILO PELOS
26 ESTEBAN, BRIANLUCAS
27 FELAS, EDGAR BAÑAGA
28 FERNANDEZ, GILBERT ALIVEN
29 FORMACIL, ROLETO EREJIAS
30 FUENTES, CYRILFUEDAN
31 GACHO, LONIE FUENTEVILLA
32 GALANTO, DENNIS BOCABLO
33 GALON, EFRAIM GUIMIERA
34 GARBO, JIMMY PEPITO
35 GIPITULAN, EDWARD SALARITAN
36 GOHETIA, GARVIN RANOCO
37 GONZALES, JOSEMARS ORENCIO
38 GONZALES, ROGER MISLANG
39 GOZON, EDUARDOLORA
40 GREGORIO, EPIFANIO JR DE GUIA
41 GUADALUPE, JOSEPH REGALADO
42 HEBRA, EDWIN AARON
43 IMMATONG, ARNAIZ PEPE
44 JIMENA, ENMAR MAHINAY
45 LA MADRID, NORMAN VICTORY CAPPLEMAN
46 LABUGUEN, ROLANDO JR MAMAUAG
47 LAGMAY, FORTUNATO JR AUSTRIA
48 LOPEZ, HERMES PENINOY
49 MALABRIGO, TEODOLO LLANTO
50 MALOLOY-ON, ROLANDO LINABOG
51 MAYO, ARNOLD VICENCIO
52 MIRANDA, RYAN EUGENIO
53 MORILLO, DOMINADOR JR CATAYAS
54 NAPAGAO, RONALD NUÑEZ
55 NATIAL, ROGER JOHN JOLITO
56 NAVARRO, RAMILGERONDIO
57 OIDA, ERICSON LUMANLAN
58 ONGCO, MARK GREGORY VILLALUNA
59 PALMA, ARMANDOMARISCOTES
60 PAMA, JOSE ABNOR LOQUETE
61 PORTILLO, JERON CADIZ
62 RAMPOLA, GASPAR JR ABRAHAM
63 RIANZARES, ROLLIE ADAME
64 RICONALLA, EDWIN ACOP
65 ROBILLO, JOHN NICANOR
66 ROSETE, EDUARDO JR NAPEÑAS
67 SADIWA, EUSTAQUIO SAGUID
68 SALARDA, RICHARD AUSENTE
69 SILVA, REINERODE LA CERNA
70 SOBERE, REY PACLIBAR
71 SOBREMISANA, ANDRES PERVEZ
72 SOLIMAN, RJAY BORJA
73 SUBAAN, ELIACEM CALABROSO
74 TABSING, BERNARDO VELANO
75 TAPANGAN, ARIES JAMES ALAYON
76 TINGA, ROLAND BACORDIO
77 TOLIBAS, JERANDADULA
78 TUBES, FERNANDO OGARO
79 VALDEZ, DIOSDADO JR SORRILLA
80 VERDE, JAIME BOLILAN
81 VILAR, GREGORIO IV BUSTELLOS
82 VILLANUEVA, LEONITO JR PASARABA 

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List of Successful Examinees in the
Written Phase of the
SECOND MARINE ENGINEER OFFICERS LICENSURE EXAM
Who shall be EXEMPTED from taking Practical Assessment

Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABBUGAO, WEINBERG OGASNA
2 ACOSTA, JACK HONORIO MARIANO
3 ALCANTARA, ZALDY MANCILLA
4 AQUINO, ROCKY HEISEN PANALIGAN
5 ARCIGA, ALLEN PASCUAL
6 ASPERA, OLIVERCASIÑO
7 BALDONADO, RUEL BALBUENA
8 BERMUNDO, JOSEASORTO
9 BICOY, EXUPERIO JR DACUBA
10 BLASEÑO, RUSKIN FABRIA
11 BROSOTO, JOHARRI BALDERAMA
12 BUEZA, LINO ARAOJO
13 CARINGAL, FELIPE ILAGAN
14 CARPIO, ALBERTO NEMEDES
15 CERVANIA, VILLAMOR SUÑGA
16 DEFENSOR, SALVADOR JR ASSESOR
17 DEGOMA, APOLLOFUNCION
18 DELA CRUZ, PETER JERALD CASTRO
19 DOLOR, JACINTOMAÑIBO
20 DULNUAN, ARNELQUINDOT
21 ELCARTE, JOSEPH CHRISTIAN CONTURNO
22 ESGUERRA, DARWIN FLORIDA
23 EVANGELISTA, ROBERT RIVERA
24 GRUPO, DENVER SITSIT
25 HERNANDEZ, ARDEN EVANGELISTA
26 KIDPO, REGIENALD SAMIDAN
27 LAINA, RODRIGOLEGASPI
28 LASIT, ROLDAN LIBRES
29 LASOLA, EL-BARREY EBROLE
30 LENDIO, JAMES BEDICO
31 LOPIBA, MAMERTO ELEPIAN
32 MABILOG, MARLOU BOTE
33 MANABAT, ALFREDO JR PEÑA
34 MARQUEZ, MARVIC ALIÑAR
35 MENDOZA, NELSON GARCIA
36 MISLANG, JOSEPH SORIANO
37 NAVARRO, LOUIEANDREW TIOSIN
38 OBLEA, BENNY DAYO
39 ONOD, DINDO CALINGA
40 PLANAS, NOLI SAMIA
41 PUGUON, ARK AMTALAO
42 SANDAGON, ISABELO SERVIDAD
43 SARIGNAYA, PEDRO SEIDEL
44 TEOXON, HERBERT JR BERJA
45 UNABIA, CESAR PARAGOSO
46 VICENTE, REMIGIO NGAYAN
 
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List of Successful Examinees in the
Written Phase of the
OFFICER-IN-CHARGE OF AN ENGINEERING WATCH LICENSURE EXAM
Held on SEPTEMBER 15 & 16, 2012
Released on SEPTEMBER 20, 2012

Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABDULKADIL, ALKAISAR LIGAN
2 ABRENICA, CHRISTOPHER DE CHAVEZ
3 AL RAISI, LOUIE HUSSAIN MARCON
4 ALBURO, JANSENREY CARINAL
5 ALMAZAN, MARK DAVE GABRIEL
6 AMUTAN, GREG III AMODENTE
7 ANG, RAYNAND ZAMORA
8 ANTONIO, LEONARD CONSINA
9 ARCALA, CLYDE ELDERTSON FRANCIA
10 AREOLA, JOHN PAUL BAUTISTA
11 ARMADA, ANTHONY MARK JAYSON GRAVADOR
12 ARONG, REYNEN AMORES
13 ATITIW, LLOYD RIVERA
14 AUSTRIA, EDUARDO JR AQUINO
15 BAAY, JULIUS AUXTERO
16 BACASMAS, JONALD ABALO
17 BALABA, GIAN CARLO DE MESA
18 BALLONOS, MICHAEL ALINGOD
19 BANGIBAN, PEDRO III ANDRES
20 BANTAYAO, CHARLIE CADUBLA
21 BANUELOS, JUNREY TAMIROY
22 BARBOSA, JAMIN-EZER PAGDATOON
23 BARICUATRO, GOMMAR NAVAJA
24 BARING, JOHN REY TUICO
25 BARRENO, ESMERALDO JR ALANO
26 BARRIENTOS, RENE DATANAGAN
27 BAUTISTA, CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL FELICIANO
28 BAWISAN, GERALD COSIPE
29 BERUG, KENT MATEO
30 BONAGUA, JOSE JR BELCHEZ
31 BRASILEÑO, FAUSTINO JR DAGOC
32 BRAZIL, FRANCISCO ASTORGA
33 BUCAO, RAMIL TAMPOS
34 BUENASEDA, ROLAND HALLEN DAYA
35 BUGADOR, RAMILCABALLERO
36 BUQUING, RALEIGH GEM VADIL
37 CABERTO, SANTYROY MINA
38 CABIGON, JOSEPH MAÑOZO
39 CABILA, EUGENEVASQUEZ
40 CABRIAS, JUNE CESAR CABAÑAS
41 CABUGAO, JAYLORD NATIVIDAD
42 CADACIO, RICHARD SALDUA
43 CAHAPON, ALBERT AGUDERA
44 CAHAYAGAN, MARVIN TINAPAY
45 CALAPIT, AL JAY ALCON
46 CALUPIG, BRYANDAVE LUBUGUIN
47 CAMPANA, MARLON BUASEN
48 CAPARROS, JOECEZAR ALIMUIN
49 CAPINLAC, CHRISTIAN HASIM
50 CARPIO, LOUIE MERCADO
51 CASIPE, DAN DE LOS SANTOS
52 CASTILLO, HARLIN FELICES
53 CASTRO, ERICSON FRIAS
54 CATALMA, JUNE RIVERA
55 COLUMBRES, ALRARIFF NAPII
56 COQUIA, REY TORIO
57 CORTEZ, MICHAEL RAJIV TAGUILING
58 CRAME, RICHARDGREGORIO
59 DAPAR, TEODORODAYAGANON
60 DE ASIS, JERHAN TUQUIB
61 DE JESUS, ADRIAN DADIZ
62 DE LEON, JOEY MARVIN ALCARAZ
63 DEL VALLE, MANUEL III BAUTISTA
64 DELA CRUZ, RYAN CLYDE ANDALES
65 DELA CRUZ, THOMAS JOEL BANTUSILA
66 DELA PEÑA, JOMEL BRUZO
67 DENIEGA, CRESENCIO JR DIAZ
68 DIONES, DILFENRELENTE
69 DIVINAGRACIA, JOEY SUMAGAYSAY
70 DIZON, JERCIE MIRANDA
71 DUGHO, RAMIL MENDOZA
72 DURAN, HARVEY ARRIETA
73 DY, JUNCRES GARCIANO
74 EDRALIN, ROMELJAVIER
75 ELECANAL, EDISON YEE
76 ELNAR, MON LESTER ANGELES
77 ENCINAS, JAY REYMOND ANGELO ERVAS
78 ESCOBIN, HENRYGONZAGA
79 EVASCO, INRICOARISGA
80 FAJARDO, JEFFREY BIEN
81 FONTILLAS, ERSON ESTEBAN
82 FORTADES, CARLO ELEAZAR
83 FORTUNA, ISAIAS JR OLOS
84 FRANCIA, RICHARD CAÑARES
85 FRANCISCO, ARTHUR MICHAEL BERNARDO
86 FRANCISCO, RIZEL DAPITON
87 FRANI, ADRIAN JULIUS MOJICA
88 FURIGAY, JOLLYPALETE
89 GACUAN, CRISANTO JR CAMMAYO
90 GALERO, PETER PAUL BALLANO
91 GARCIA, OLIVERHERMOSILLA
92 GARGALLO, JONAS FRANCISCO
93 GAWAL, RUSMEL NAVA
94 GERODIAS, AL MABAN
95 GOMEZ, BERTO MUTIA
96 GUEVARRA, JUANCARLO DE GUIA
97 GUILLERMO, ANDREI MENOR
98 GUMANID, JIMMYBAJA
99 ISIDRO, MICHAEL GUEVARRA
100 ISON, ROLANDO JR DELA ROSA
101 JABINES, BRYANEXCHAVIA
102 JAMCO, ELMER OTICO
103 JAYME, VICTORINO GIANGAN
104 JIMENA, NIÑO MARK SILVANO
105 LACUESTA, RICHARD LAZONA
106 LAGUARDIA, AARON APOLONA
107 LALWANI, KRISHNA ONGSINGCO
108 LAMBINO, JOHN MICHAEL TELEBRICO
109 LARA, JOSE MARIE MIRABUENO
110 LASTIMADO, BETHELJES PASTOR
111 LAURENTE, ROY CORBIN
112 LEE, MARTE JAMES MERCADO
113 LEGADA, ROAN ESTAPOR
114 LEGASPI, LAUDEMER ESTOESTA
115 LOGATOC, DAN JERICK CUVIN
116 LOGROÑO, MIGUEL JR UY
117 LOMADEO, FERDIE LA-US
118 LOZANO, JONATHAN CASTAÑEDA
119 MACIAS, BOBB JUNNEL NAPIGKIT
120 MACURO, ARIEL CAMORA
121 MADERSE, ALVINVENANCIO
122 MADRONA, MARLON CORDERO
123 MAG-ISA, ARIELCANOZA
124 MAGALLANES, JOSE EL CHRISTIAN NEPOMUCENO
125 MAGNO, MAGNUM MOISES
126 MAGTANGOB, CHRISTIAN RAY FURIO
127 MALOBO, MAGTANGOL PRUDENCIADO
128 MANDING, LAUREN RITCHE AGUINALDO
129 MAQUINAD, RANDY ZIPAGAN
130 MARITANA, JOHNERICK CABER
131 MEDRIANO, JESSIE GORGOYA
132 MIRASOL, JERONBONIFACIO
133 MOLATE, JULIUSCEASAR SUPITER
134 MOLINO, LIMMUEL VILLANUEVA
135 NAORBE, VICENTE JR FAMILANGCO
136 NEBRE, SHERWINESMELO
137 NEPOMUCENO, ARJAND ORIOLA
138 NEQUIA, ERROL BLANCA
139 NICOLAS, GLENNMARK GARCIA
140 NIEVES, ARGIE ARAYAN
141 NINGAL, CRISTOPHER MACALANDA
142 NOBLEZA, NEIL MARK ALLEN ENDOZO
143 NOLASCO, JOHN ANDREW BAUTISTA
144 ODIADA, REDENTOR ARAMBULO
145 PABLO, BENJIE BOBILES
146 PALANGEO, EUGENE ARONCHAY
147 PALATAN, JOHN DOMER BACCAY
148 PALOMARES, EDUARDO TAPICERIA
149 PAMA, ADRIAN GUNIAVO
150 PANGATUNGAN, RONALD ABING
151 PANUELOS, FRANKLIN MANAOG
152 PASCUAL, MARLON SORIANO
153 PASINAG, MARTIN JAMES TOGONON
154 PATOC, RICHEL IGUANA
155 PATRICIO, GREYNAHR ACABAL
156 PEDRAZA, RUBENYBAÑEZ
157 PERIA, DEXTER BALICANA
158 PINEDA, SHANE JAVATE
159 PINILI, GEOFFREY ORDENIZA
160 PLACIDO, JOHN JAY ACENAS
161 POLINES, WILLIAM JR SOVERANO
162 POSADAS, ALEX BELASA
163 PUZA, LAMBERTOJR ABAS
164 QUINTO, KENO DAGUMAN
165 QUITARA, JERUMESCUADRO
166 RAMONIDA, JASON MONTALBO
167 RELLES, EDGAR REGACHUELO
168 RELOX, SAMSON JR RIÑO
169 REYES, CHRISTOPHER JAY DUAZO
170 RICARDE, ERSONROBLE
171 RIVERA, MANUELITO ACOSTOY
172 ROBREDILLO, NELCAR RODELES
173 RODRIGUEZ, ARGIE BESAR
174 ROY, PAUL KRISTOFFER ROSALES
175 RUBIO, ROGELIOJR SEMANA
176 SAGALA, RAMON ELEFAN
177 SALAS, JOSEPH ESPINOSA
178 SALON, MARLON BAUTISTA
179 SANTIAGO, EUGENE ENPESTAN
180 SANTOS, CHRISTOPHER SANTIAGO
181 SENO, MARPLIN MADREDANO
182 SIASECO, NELSON MANDREZA
183 SIMEON, JAMES FLORYLE GALLETES
184 SIOSON, MARK JOSEPH SANTOS
185 SIWA, PAUL LAURENCE DE SAHAGUN
186 SOLIABAN, JORGE ERWIN GUILAO
187 SOLIVAR, ROGELIO JR PALENCIA
188 STA MARIA, PHILIP JEROME BLANCO
189 SUAN, ROY GRACIANO UGBINAR
190 SUICO, CLIFF LEMERY GA-AS
191 SUSON, LEONILOAMOTO
192 TADEOS, JAYROME CERDAN
193 TALAUGON, RHEINHOLD VILLARINO
194 TAMBAL, MICHAEL TACURDA
195 TAMPILIC, ARJAY EMATA
196 TAMPOS, CHRISTIAN MANDALUNES
197 TAN, ROCHIE ESPLANADA
198 TANILON, GERALD ERVITE
199 TAPGOS, MICHAEL CADENAS
200 TENEBROSO, PAUL JOSEPH DUMANDAN
201 TIAMZON, CARLOMARK LOPEZ
202 TIMARIO, MICHAEL MIANO
203 TOLENTINO, JAYSON VALENZUELA
204 TOLENTINO, WENZHEL MARK TRIA
205 TUAYON, CRISTILITO TUBALLA
206 TUBOG, JERRY TALAÑA
207 UNTALAN, NOR VICTOR MANALO
208 UY, BENJAMIN JR CULTA
209 VALENZUELA, JOEMAR PALMARES
210 VARGAS, PATRICK HANZ MERCED
211 VELANDO, NORMAN DE VILLA
212 VELASQUEZ, ALEJANDRO ANGON
213 VENTURA, JANRYPECHUANCO
214 VERGARA, NORBERTSON RAMOS
215 VILLAGARCIA, JENNO RARO
216 VILLAMIL, GODIFER AUSEJO
217 VILLANUEVA, JOHN DAVID MARTINEZ
218 VILLANUEVA, JOHN RYAN MARCIAL
219 VISTA, HARRY GALLAMOS
220 YOUNG, JOMER CABANTOC
221 ZOLETA, EDZEL ATIENZA

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List of Successful Examinees in the
Written Phase of the
OFFICER-IN-CHARGE OF AN ENGINEERING WATCH LICENSURE EXAM
Who shall be EXEMPTED from taking Practical Assessment

Seq. No. N a m e
1 BANABATAC, BHELNER GAYONGORSA
2 BASAÑEZ, JAMESEDWARD BALIGOD
3 DIZON, RAMIR II JUNIO
4 JAPSON, REYMARMARZAN
5 JIMENEZ, MARK PAUL LANOZA
6 MACARAEG, ARVIN CRISOSTOMO
7 MASINDA, GERALD QUINTAN
8 NAZARENO, VICENTE JR RODRIGUEZ
9 PANOPIO, RUSSEV JAARE LUNA
10 PASACSAC, KEVIN JOEREL LICOS
11 PETALIO, ANGELES JR LARESMA
12 SANTIAGO, CONRADO JR MANALAC
13 SASOT, TEODELON VILLANUEVA
14 SEBASTIAN, RAYMARK PEREZ
15 TACLOB, CYRUS CONEJAR
16 TAUYAN, ALLAN DAVE AGUINALDO
17 TILOS, ROQUE SONLIT
18 TOGONON, JONAHCARO

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List of approved applicants for
upgrading as Chief Marine Engineer Officer 
as per Board Res. No. 69 dated June 7, 2012, Board Res. No. 77 dated June 22, 2012, Board Res. No. 83 dated July 10, 2012, Board Res. No. 93 dated July 27, 2012, Board Res. No. 100 dated August 22, 2012, Board Res. No. 109 dated September 4, 2012 and Board Res. No. 112 dated September 11, 2012 Series of 2012.

Seq. No. N a m e
1 ACIERTO, JESSIE MALINAO
2 AGBON, RONALDO LOTOC
3 AGUBA, LEONIDES RAMIREZ
4 ALACYANG, VICTOR TINGOAN
5 ALCANTARA, SENERIANO ABELLARE
6 ALOLONG, MARK ANTHONY SELVIDO
7 AMORA, ALGERICO MABINI
8 AMUAN, JERRY YU
9 ANDRES, ROSELLER GERVACIO
10 ANINO, PERFECTO JR LANCETA
11 ANOBA, RUEL INOCENCIO
12 APE, CORNELIO MALONG
13 AQUINO, JULIUS MEDICO
14 ARAYA, ROEL DAGON
15 ARBATIN, ERWIN BINONDO
16 ARCENAL, GIL ETCUBAN
17 AURELIO, ARSENIO JR ANDRES
18 AYAWAN, JUNE PACATANG
19 BAGUIO, MANOLITO BALDOMAR
20 BALBONTIN, HERMINIO JR LOYOLA
21 BALTAZAR, TZARLIE VENCER
22 BANDIOLA, DEXTER AMAR
23 BANIAS, NELSON BILLONES
24 BARANDA, REYMUNDO BELARDO
25 BARNISO, ALBERTO JR FLOTILDES
26 BARRIDA, CERIACO JR NUDALO
27 BARRON, ALEXANDER IGNACIO
28 BATULA, DANILO DALINA
29 BAYLON, NILO VINCO
30 BEARNEZA, ALLAN ANTHONY TEOLOGIA
31 BERGADO, RUBEN CRUZ
32 BICO, JOSELITO MANIBA
33 BLASON, SAMUEL CAÑOSO
34 BOOC, ROGELIO CASINILLO
35 BORRE, ARNEL GIMENO
36 BULABOS, FLAVIANO MENDEZ
37 CABALO, JOSE TABANGCORA
38 CABIGAS, JAIME JR ADVINCULA
39 CADA, KERWIN CAMARO
40 CALAD, JERRY PALABAY
41 CALAR, RIC CAPADA
42 CALAUAD, FRANCISCO JR BOBOLA
43 CARDOSO, REYNALDO UNDALOK
44 CARMAN, ALEJANDRO VILLALOBOS
45 CASILAN, FERDINAND TOGONON
46 CASTELLANO, CESAR LANGGA
47 CATOLICO, VICTOR PASCUAL
48 CAYON, JESUSIMO JR DICDICAN
49 CIRIACO, ROBERTO CANILLAS
50 CONTRANO, PAMFILO SIGNO
51 CORONADO, HERNANDO BELONIO
52 COSINO, HENRY GAGATAM
53 CRUZ, ALBERTO DAYAP
54 CRUZADA, GIL DELLUPAC
55 DANOY, ERNESTO JR SALMORIN
56 DAVID, ALEX JR OLPOS
57 DE ARCE, MONICO JR TABOR
58 DE CLARO, THOMAS OLIVER ABRAHAM
59 DE GUIA, OLIVER VILLASQUEZ
60 DE LA CRUZ, EDMUND ROSATACE
61 DE LA PIEDRA, JAIME ENDANGAN
62 DE LUNA, VICENTE AGUILAR
63 DEATRAS, ROMEO JOLIGON
64 DEFENSOR, RENE ESPINO
65 DEL CARMEN, ARNELIO ABAL
66 DELA CRUZ, RODEL MAÑUS
67 DELA PAZ, JUNE ALVARADO
68 DELATANID, JESSIE TINGZON
69 DEMAFELIS, JOSE ELWELL BRILLANTES
70 DIZON, JOEL CABILES
71 DUMDUMAYA, IVAN HOE BACTONG
72 EMPERADO, REY EBLACAS
73 ERSANDO, ROMEO CAYAO
74 ESPARAGA, LEONARDO TUBIL
75 ESPINELI, NOEL ALVAREZ
76 ESTAÑO, CHRISTOPHER BIHAG
77 ESTEMBER, EDWIN GANANCIAL
78 FABRIGAS, ALEXANDER FUENTISPINA
79 FADRILLAN, MAGNO JR RUELO
80 FAILANA, LEO CERVANTES
81 FAJARDO, CARLOS MANALAD
82 GAHAP, ARTHUR YANGUER
83 GAJUDO, CHRISTOPHER MENIL
84 GALON, CELSO TACDA
85 GANGE, CRISPINO JR GANGE
86 GARCIA, BENJAMIN BANCOD
87 GARCIA, CARLOS BAZAN
88 GARCIA, FERLINDO AVERGONZADO
89 GARCIA, FRANCISCO GARSUTA
90 GELISANGA, JEFFREY FANIEGA
91 GENACA, EVARISTO GICANA
92 GERASMIA, PAUL ELVIN GEROSO
93 GOMEZ, MARIO BARATIGAS
94 GRANDE, RONIE ASPA
95 GUEVARA, BALTAZAR PORQUEZ
96 GUMILAO, ALAN ENCLONAR
97 GUPETEO, EDDY DELA PEÑA
98 HOLMINA, WILSON ALEGANO
99 HUERTA, REDEN JALOS
100 IMPRESO, JOSELITO ALONTE
101 INOSANTO, ARWIN ZABALA
102 JADE, WILFREDO GUMBAN
103 JAGORIN, DIONY LUPERA
104 JAMIRO, HAROLD TOBOG
105 JUMALON, ALEX PAGASIAN
106 LADIAO, MARLON NATIVIDAD
107 LAGRISOLA, MANUEL LAYON
108 LANOY, JOSEPH ESCALERA
109 LASCUÑA, ROCKY DAPITON
110 LAURETO, REYNALDO EDNILAN
111 LAZARO, STEPHEN MARIANO
112 LEAL, MARLON ABAD
113 LIGORES, TEODORO BARBON
114 LIRA, CESAR LETRERO
115 LONDRES, ZALDY BRONDA
116 MACASCAS, MARTIN FELICIA
117 MANUMBAS, RONALDO MAGTALAS
118 MANZANADES, WALTER INOCENCIO
119 MARANAN, DOMINADOR FORTU
120 MARARAC, ROBERT NAVARRO
121 MARIANO, EDWIN RUEDA
122 MARIÑAS, TEOFILO SALAPA
123 MATOCDO, JESUS JOSE ASANZA
124 MATUGAS, RICARDO ONQUE
125 MENDIOLA, DONATO LABITIGAN
126 MIJARES, GILBERT AGMANA
127 MIRABUENO, SOLOMON SAGON
128 MIRAFLOR, DELIO FULACHE
129 MIRANDA, EDWIN SALAZAR
130 MIRASOL, EDGAR GERMANILO
131 MONANA, BENNY BAGCAL
132 MONTALBAN, RICARDO BILOY
133 MORGIA, PETER YBAÑEZ
134 NAVARRO, ROBERT CACANANDO
135 NAVATO, BENITO JR MANZANO
136 NUFUAR, HONORATO FELICISIMO
137 OCHAVE, NOEL PAGADOR
138 OCRAY, ELVIN ALCANTARA
139 ODQUIN, ENRIQUE ABRENIGA
140 OMBOS, TARCISIO BANGA
141 ORDOX, JOHNMEL ALEGRE
142 OSIS, NESTOR ALINDOG
143 PAAS, GUERERO CAMAT
144 PADILLA, GUILLERMO MARCELLA
145 PAGADUAN, ROGELIO RIVERA
146 PAGULONG, JOSE MELVIN PALMA
147 PALENCIA, MARLON DEPANAY
148 PARAS, RHEE DAYON
149 PARDIÑAS, MICKNELL LAGROS
150 PARREÑAS, PAULITO PATRIARCA
151 PAÑARES, ADELO GURREA
152 PELINGON, ULDARICO JR EMANEL
153 PEREZ, RICARDO ESTEBAN
154 POLLICAR, ERWIN HABAN
155 PONTERAS, HARRY OGARIO
156 PORRAS, UBALDO MALCON
157 POSTRADO, ARLAN DEL MUNDO
158 QUIMSING, BERNABE ELEVADO
159 QUINTOS, JIMMY SOTTO
160 RAMIREZ, ROGER DIMPAS
161 REJANO, RAMON CUNAN
162 RICARDO, RENATO PASCUAL
163 SADIAN, DANILO DOLOR
164 SALAZAR, OSCAR PATOC
165 SALES, EUSTAQUIO JR DE VILLA
166 SALINAS, ANTONIO ARCAMO
167 SALVOSA, LAURENCE OFAMEN
168 SANDIG, RODRIGO VALENCIA
169 SANTOS, SHEM COMETA
170 SARCIA, EDGAR CERVANTES
171 SELOTERIO, JACINTO SILOTERIO
172 SEVILLA, BLAS ABANTE
173 SIATON, REYNOLD FRANCISCO
174 SOLDEVILLA, ALTON NOVILLAS
175 STA JUANA, ANGELITO MACALINO
176 SUCGANG, FREDERICK LABORTE
177 SUPAT, EUTEMIO DUHAYLUNGSOD
178 SUSMEÑA, ALVIN AURELIO
179 TANIEGRA, FREDDIE BARRAMEDA
180 TAVARRO, ALBERTO CASTOR
181 TAYAO, JOEL RIVADA
182 TEJANO, NOEL ALTEJAR
183 TERANIA, DEMETRIO JR JAIME
184 TOLOSA, SALVADOR CARRERA
185 TOTOY, WILBERT BORGONIA
186 TROJILLO, REX SARIEGO
187 TUBLE, ENRICO BANTOTO
188 TUYADO, ANTONIO YU
189 VALENCIA, NEREL BALLAN
190 VALERA, NOEL BERNABE
191 VALMONTE, JOSE NOVELOZO
192 VERBO, MARIO JR LUMANTAS
193 VERZOSA, IRENEO SALVIA
194 VIADO, REX TAGULAO
195 VILLACRUZ, ANTONIO PANGANDOYON
196 VILLALUZ, DOMINGO JR AZORES
197 VILLAVICENCIO, EDWIN MONTAÑO
198 VIRTUDAZO, CARLOS BACABIS
199 VIUDOR, EDUARDO LEORNA
200 YASE, CELSO MORALDE
201 ZABALERIO, ROMEO ANILAO
202 ZULLA, ROMEO MONANA

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