Friday, March 26, 2010

CBSUA Ghost Stories 6

Raymund flipped through the pages of an old Japanese-English dictionary. His eyes tracing the words slowly as he analyzed his memory. Deciphering words he heard weeks ago in a state of fear and in a presence of a ghost.

His head lifted only to drop back down to the book.

The lady librarian was looking at him. Guards don't usually read inside the library. A lot of people actually think that guards are people with low IQ's. If they have IQ of the normal range they would be holding better jobs.

These people are mistaken.

Raymund, now glued to the book ignored the piercing glance of the librarian. If there are people more despised than the guards in this school it would be the librarians. Students just hate them.

I don't know what it is, but students just think that librarians are mean and pushy. They don't hate all of them of course.

Raymund's reading was interrupted by the chatter of two library employees.

"Ano ba naman yun estudianting english english pa, wala naman sa amerika"

"Oo nga. Kala mo kung sino"

Funny. These people forgot that all around them are books printed in English. The Philippines has two official languages, English and Filipino. What I don't get is why they despise people who can speak English.

People go to the Philippines to learn English. People who despise other people for using one of the official languages should find themselves on the next boat or plane out of the country.


Ignoring the noisy staff, Raymund goes back to his reading.

"If I remember correctly, I heard them say 'Nani ga shitte iru ka?'"

Raymund looks for the word. "Maybe its a sentence. Let's see"

"Nani" He found the first. "It means 'what' "

Flipping the pages he found the second. "Shitteiru, it means 'DO' "

"And 'Ka' is a question particle."

Moments later he closed the book. Understanding shimmer in his eyes yet at the same time confusion.

"The other ghost was actually protecting me from the first"

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Meat Ball Stand

From CBSUA to a Savanna

Well, not really. Its just its getting too dry that some of the grass are dying.

If you eat too much Camote

You will get the....


Solid Waste Management


Less Effective

Least Effective

That is why we need this....


Para hindi mapagod, gumamit ng sasakyan sa pag tulak ng mabibigat na bagay

I was wondering kung ano ang laman ng cabinet na yun.

Preparing for Camote Festival


CBSUA Clean Up DAy Opening Dance

by CBSUA Employees(NTE) and students from the Elementary Department

Tuesday, March 2, 2010


Halo Halo

by Foodtech

What happens when you break environmental laws?

I took these photos at the CSU compound located at the Capitol Complex. A few blocks from CWC. These vehicles were impounded by Sagip Kalikasan for violations of a couple of laws governing logging, fisheries, and sand quarying.

I was told that fines up to P 100,000.00 are imposed to law breakers.

So, respect Mother Earth or suffer the wrath of the Law.

Good Job Sagip Kalikasan.


RA 9003 Section 48 paragraph 8

Prohibits the mixing of waste materials from different sources. In other words, non segregation of waste is against the law.

The Penalty is imprisonment from 1 to 6 years and a fine of P300.00 to P 1,000,000.00

There should be separate trash boxes for each kind of waste. Plastics from food stuff must be separated from those taken from hazardous chemicals like formaldehide.


Ang trabaho kang siisay man diyan sa Highway

Ang tao o grupo kan mga tao na ini ignorante sa batas kan sadiri nindang bansa. Kun dai man ignorante, medyo patal. Medyo patal ta aram na nganing bawal gigibuhon pa. Bakung kapatalan yan?

(this is right across CBSUA by SOF and DECS)

This is prohibited under Republic Act 9003.

With a penalty of a fine worth P 300.00 to P 1,000,000.00

or Imprisonment for 1 day to 6 years.

O, handa ka ng makulong? Umayos ka manoy. Ta ti baad mag pasko ka sa kulungan na. Ika ang nagpapakanus kang bansa ta.

Panu makusog ang turismo kun pababayaan mo ang basura digdi?

Sabi nga nila, di mo daw pwedeng gawing solusyon sa isang kamalian ang isa pang kamalian.

Dahil ayaw mo na may kalat, susunugin mo na lang. KAPATALAN!

Manoy, marhay siguro aramun mo muna ang batas bago ka mag gibu kan mga bagay na ini.

Pinagbabawal po ang pag sulo nin basura kan Clean Air Act pati na kan RA 9003.

Section 48 Paragraph 3, na ugwang penalidad ning 15 days na pag kaka kulong.



Solid Waste Management of CBSUA

There seem to be a problem with the Solid Waste Management here in our university.

I don't think piling it this way is very eco-friendly.

Do you not know that there's a penalty for doing this?

These are piles found at the side of the MPS Building and Humanities Building.


Sec. 48. Prohibited Acts. - The following acts are prohibited: (1) Littering, throwing, dumping of waste ...... or causing or permitting the same;

Sec. 49. Fines and Penalties. - (a) Any person who violates Section 48 paragraph (1) shall, upon conviction, be punished with a fine of not less than Three hundred pesos (P300.00) but not more than One thousand pesos (P1,000.00) or render community service for not less than one (1) day to not more than fifteen (15) days to an LGU where such prohibited acts are committed, or both;

(b) Any person who violates Section 48, pars. (2) and (3), shall, upon conviction be punished with a fine of not less than Three hundred pesos (P300.00) but not more than One thousand pesos (P1,000.00) or imprisonment of not less than one (1) day but to not more than fifteen (15) days, or both;

(c) Any person who violates Section 48, pars. (4), (5), (6) and (7) shall, upon conviction, be punished with a fine of not less than One thousand pesos (P1,000.00) but not more than Three thousand pesos (P3,000.00) or imprisonment of not less than fifteen (15) day but to not more than six (6) months, or both;

(d) Any person who violates Section 48, pars (8), (9), (10) and (11) for the first time shall, upon conviction, pay a fine of Five hundred thousand pesos (P500,000.00) plus and amount not less than five percent (5%) but not more than ten percent (10%) of his net annual income during the previous year.

The additional penalty of imprisonment of a minimum period of one (1) year but not to exceed three (3) years at the discretion of the court, shall be imposed for second or subsequent violations of Section 48, pars. (9) and (10).

(e) Any person who violates Section 48, pars. (12) and (13) shall, upon conviction, be punished with a fine not less than Ten thousand pesos (P10,000.00) but not more than Two hundred thousand pesos (P200,000.00) or imprisonment of not less than thirty (30) days but not more than three (3) years, or both;

(f) Any person who violates Section 48, pars. (14), (15) and (16) shall, upon conviction, be punished with a fine not less than One hundred thousand pesos (P100,000.00) but not more than One million pesos (P1,000,000.00), or imprisonment not less than one (1) year but not more than six (6) years, or both.

If the offense is committed by a corporation, partnership, or other juridical identity duly recognized in accordance with the law, the chief executive officer, president, general manager, managing partner or such other officer-in-charge shall be liable for the commission of the offense penalized under this Act.

If the offender is an alien, he shall, after service of the sentence prescribed above, be deported without further administrative proceedings.

The fines herein prescribed shall be increased by at lest ten (10%) percent every three years to compensate for inflation and to maintain the deterrent functions of such fines.

Sec. 50. Administrative Sanctions. - Local government officials and officials of government agencies concerned who fail to comply with and enforce rules and regulations promulgated relative to this Act shall be charged administratively in accordance with R. A. 7160 and other existing laws, rules and regulations.

Are you ready to go to jail? "Ikaw na gumawa nito, HANDA KA NA BANG MAKULONG?"


Adding more heat

Di pa na kontento sa kasalukuyang temperatura kaya mag si siga pa para mas lumala ang Global Warming.

Maraming salamat sa pag mamalasakit niyo sa ating kapaligiran.