Thursday, June 19, 2014
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Well yeah, been on a hiatus since 2011 due to personal reasons. Detached myself from social networks both irl and online. Got addicted to online game Pockie Ninja. Tried to relaunch it with a new layout on early 2012 with the help of a friend, Chi, but failed since I got busy with my career. I’ve been attempting to drum up my enthusiasm to return to blogging ever since my birthday last 2012, but I feel the urge slipping more and more each week, as I try to balance work (lots of projects) and social life.
I'm still trying to relaunch it till now by making small changes or adjustments to my blog by streamlining the layout from time to time. You should have noticed now that there is less clutter, no more shoutout box, the old header is gone, less icons and gifs. Pardon me for the small changes, but hey I'm no web design wizard, the whole layout and design of this blog is done by self-tutorial. So expect a little longer for me and this blog to be fully back on track.
Thanks so much for understanding and to the little of you left reading my blog, thank you. And know that while I may be quiet on here, I'm very busy IRL. Just follow me on Twitter or Facebook for updates. Oh, I'm also trying to be active on Instagram.
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Posted by Rahadel Destreza at 9:08 PM
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Sunday, July 15, 2012
Repost from Taga Nasugbu Facebook Page. Just spreading the word. Please share.
An Open Letter to Hon. Mayor Antonio Barcelon, the Sangguniang Bayan ng Nasugbu (SBN) and the people of Nasugbu:
Dear Mayor Tony Barcelon & SBN,
We’re certain you all are aware of the on-going brown-outs in our town and its nearby barangays. These brown-outs, started about 2 months ago now, are consistently lasting for 12 hours minimum, every Wednesdays & Thursdays of the week and is widely believed to last for another 4 months or so. Though the Batangas 1 Electric Cooperative announces these brown-outs on regular basis, the factual reasons for its happening, unfortunately, were not being disclosed by them to the public. And worse, even you and the SBN, it seemed, are also refusing to acknowledge its disastrous effect to our town and her constituents.
Why the need for these regular brown-outs?