Corregidor: Island of Glory and Military History. What World War 2 textbooks don’t tell us.

Some people find it weird that I have an unexplained fascination for wars, battles and weaponry. Maybe because I grew up in a Military/Educator Family. My grandfather (Mother side), Antonio Lumogdang Sr., was a Philippine Army veteran who fought during the Vietnam and Korean War. My Uncle Antonio Jr. is a Philippine Military Major. An…

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Thoughts about work

My experiences taught me that no matter how hard you work, once money and power kicked in, you will make enemies. Don't let your trusting nature break your heart like I did. Go to work, do what is required, go home to your family. Why? Because your family, not your boss, not your company, will be beside you in the hospital or your deathbed when your body fails.

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Why is Death depicted as ugly?

I was browsing through the internet about life and death looking for a proper picture for one of my categories on this blog. I kept scrolling down the image views and there are common denominators. Most of the time, death is depicted either like a monster, a spider’s web, a skeleton, an old man with…

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The Lipstick

Lipsticks makes a woman's lips inviting to an adventurous and dominant man. He desires to smudge it, erase it and bite it. He longs to use his tongue to remove the rogue and suckle on to the soft, pliant, strong yet inwardly submissive mouth of his woman.

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