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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

meeting!!!@karate kid

!!!we start from the top left our Dishwasher name is Cristhopher Igancio, next to him is our Headcook kuya ALAN SILVA next is RHENZ MIKEE ISIP..Dining person....next is MARK CORONEL one of our cook..wearing gray shirt next in line is GERARD PHILIPPE CORTEZ Dining person also..next was MARK LESTER CORONEL one of our cook also...next is LEO PILAO cook also.... next is JAMES PAUL ESGUERRA dining person also. next in line is GILBERT SORIANO... also one of our cook.. next stop is the girls in line.... MARIA CRISTINA QUIAMBAO...our best in SUGGESTING any dessert ..next was our beautiful and outstanding MANAGERS MISS MARY ROSE ENRIQUEZ and MISS JANE REYES wearing their both uniform... the next one is JENNIELYN ZAPANTA also one of our CASHIER...and of course the 2 last but not the least....me.... JIMSON DELOS SANTOS CREW TRAINER of KK SM CLARK, and SIR ACE LACSON INVENTORY CLERK and STOCKMAN .... this is the new batch of KARATE KID SM CITY CLARK ....BATCH 2009,... GO FOR THE GOLD ON OUR APRIL QSC AUDIT... GO KK CLARK TEAM,.,.. WE'RE HOPING THAT WE COULD GET OUR TARGET IN ALL... QSC SALES IN EVERYTHING...STAY CALM AND REMAIN STANDARD IN EVERYTHIND YOU DID... S. O. P. DIBA?????

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customer who doesnt deserve a special treatmet ...

Dated march 30,2009 time around 4:00 in the afternoon....while I'm having my duty ... one of my guest ask me for a refill rice .... by the way i am working on a Japanese Jastfood restaurant where in we are serving refillable rice as well as the drinks... then suddenly i approach him that i'll just going to get some hot rice at the kitchen and wait for me to return to him to refill his rice...after i got rice at the kitchen area .. i did refill the guest whose asking for rice ...after i put one scoop of rice i ask him" SIR... OK NA PO BA YAN" then he replied at me not in a nice manner... he said "ISA LANG NILAGAY MO ANO PA MAGAGAWA KO" .....is this the proper way of answering my question.....
i just wanted to relieve my self .. thats why i wrote this one,,,,thanks if you will going to comments...

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

vote now...nomination for the new 7 wonders of the world

Chocolate Hills


The Chocolate Hills is an unusual geological formation in Bohol, Philippines. It is composed of around 1,268 perfectly cone-shaped hills, all about the same size, spread over an area of more than 50 sq km The hills are covered in green grass that turns brown during the dry season, giving them the name "Chocolate Hills."

Mayon Volcano


Mayon Volcano is an active volcano on the Filipino island of Luzo, 15 km northwest of Legazpi City.It is classified by volcanologists as a stratovolcano (composite volcano). Its symmetric cone was formed through alternate pyroclastic and lava flows. Mayon is the most active volcano in the country, having erupted over 47 times in the past 400 years, and is a part of what is called the Pacific Ring of Fire.

Tubbataha Reef, Reef


Tubbataha Reef is an atoll coral reef in the Sulu Sea that belongs to the Philippines. It is a marine sanctuary protected as Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park. The reef is composed of two atolls, North and South Reefs. Each reef has a single small islet that protrudes from the water. The atolls are separated by a deep channel 8 kilometers wide. Over one thousand species, including many that are endangered, can be found at on the reef. These include manta rays, lionfish, tortoises, clownfish and sharks.

so guys what are you waiting for ,,, para sa mga pinoy jan vote na....mga taga bohol....visayas...
mga tga bicol... mga bicolano....a no magboto n tabi kamo...
mga tga sulu vot na din... bsta sating lhat n pilipino vote n now na....

Monday, March 17, 2008

gentleman's wins. paquiao as stakes..

Pacquiao wins as a gentleman on the ring

Barrera uses guile to keep pride intact

LAS VEGAS--Manny Pacquiao, landing sporadic big shots but failing to follow up, carved out a unanimous decision victory over Mexican Marco Antonio Barrera, who later announced his retirement at the Mandalay Bay Resort Casino here (Sunday in Manila).

The wily Mexican, shaken by a thunderclap combination, threw a dirty right cross off a clinch late in the 11th round, a foul blow that visibly saved him from a crushing onslaught.

Referee Tony Weeks called an instant halt to the most furious, suspenseful moment in the 12-round bout and slapped a point deduction against Barrera, who wisely used the break to clear his head and steady himself up.

There were no knockdowns and, although it was not the exact final outcome expected by Filipinos in the 10,000-strong crowd, the points verdict would prove inevitable after the combatants, showing respect for each other, overemphasized on defense, clean and otherwise.

Pacquiao, who fought like a true gentleman, was often on top of the action and managed to catch Barrera with hefty shots from either hand.

But the battle-scarred Mexican rode on guile and experience to make good his vow of putting up an entirely different stand from the one he had when Pacquiao stopped him in their first encounter four years ago.

By a plain look, Barrera managed to win only three rounds in the contest which he succeeded in preventing from turning into a full-scale slug-out also by warding off attacks with his left jab and repeatedly moving away from the ever-charging Pacquiao.

Judges Jerry Roth and Glenn Trowbridge scored it an identical 118-109 for Pacquiao, while Tom Schreck scored it 115-112, also for Pacquiao.

This writer saw Pacquiao the winner, 117-110.

Visibly pleased with what he had achieved, if not with his desperate escape act in the 11th round, Barrera formally announced he was putting the curtains down on his 17-year ring career that saw him win titles in three divisions, a feat that has ensured him enrollment in the boxing Hall of Fame.

Barrera blamed himself for being carried away and getting caught in wild exchanges a few times, thus betraying his plan to merely finish with his pride intact.

“I should’ve not stayed in those exchanges, I should’ve boxed more,” he explained in the post-fight press conference at the media room that teemed with people, including his wife and charming kids.

“In the later rounds, my corner was telling me I have to go after him but it was very, very hard because he had such a strong defense, it was very hard to break through,” Barrera added.

Pacquiao returned the compliment and said his preparation and training helped him go the distance.

“He is still a good fighter, so I had to be careful throughout the fight,” Pacquiao explained from the podium which he shared with Barrera.

Pacquiao said he was not worried about the fight going to the scorecards.

“I tried to give people a good show and I hope people liked this fight,” he said.

Pacquiao said he was satisfied with the win, although this was not clearly the case with most Filipinos in the audience.

There was the overriding belief that Pacquiao, at his peak, would have run over the retirement-bound Barrera in their second encounter in four years.

If there was a man truly fulfilled in this fight, it was trainer Freddie Roach who was very pleased to announce that Pacquiao, after Sunday’s fight, had evolved into a well-rounded warrior.

Roach said Pacquiao, a feared slasher, had shown tremendous improvement in defense.

“Manny boxed well and showed good footwork, which was what we worked at. Manny cut him off and moved him to the right, which was a beautiful thing,” he said.

While Barrera made his formal exit from the ring, Pacquiao said he was planning to move up in weight, a result of his having to wrestle frantically with the scales after he barely made the 130-lb limit for his second and last super featherweight fight with Barrera.

Before the fight, the Barrera camp had claimed it had a total of four fight plots ready for Pacquiao who, on the other hand, was given strict orders to go for an early knockout.

All these strategies did not materialize.

Of course, the greatest result of the bout was the sudden bonding that saw Pacquiao bunched with Barrera and his beautiful kids, a new-found friendship that was recorded in photographs and a mutual vow that the two excellent fighters, the bitterest of rivals, never will fight each other again.

Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez: The Stakes

By Cliff Rold

Pride is always at stake in boxing. Fighters run miles, spar hours, sweat away pieces of themselves, to protect their pride. There’s little pride to be found in defeat and so the best of professionals give themselves the best chance to avoid it. Anyone tuning in on Saturday night to see the four-years overdue rematch, at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez can be certain: these are the best of professionals.

There are other stakes as well this weekend, stakes that will matter immediately and stakes that will matter later. As these two warriors paint the ring canvas with the fresh blood of combat, they will also take a big step towards painting the canvas of their legacies.

It’s that kind of fight.

So just what are the stakes, the questions, hovering above the action this weekend? Let’s begin with the immediate and work forward from there.

The World Championship: The primary stake on Saturday night is the vacant World Jr. Lightweight championship. When Floyd Mayweather Jr. left the 130 lb. class behind in 2002, he left a void at the top of the division that has been filled with some excellent battles to replace him. It’s taken this long to whittle the field down to these two. The Mexican Marquez (48-3-1, 35 KO, WBC titlist) by virtue of his victory last fall against Marco Antonio Barrera, and the Filipino Pacquiao (45-3-2, 35 KO) by virtue of two wins over Erik Morales and a rematch victory against Barrera last fall, have emerged as the consensus choices at one and two in the division. Ring Magazine will reward their title to the winner of this bout and it’s unlikely that anyone (excepting the consensus choice at three, Joan Guzman) will lodge much disagreement.

For Marquez, victory would be particularly sweet in terms of championship glory. For all the big wins, all the belts, Marquez has never been able to call himself the singular ruler in any class. In one of those moments only boxing can produce, Marquez came into his first bout with Pacquiao in possession of the only sanctioning body belts at play but it was Pacquiao who was the true World champion at 126 lbs., having defeated Marco Antonio Barrera for the honors in late 2003. Pacquiao, by virtue of the draw decision, kept the crown. Four years and four pounds later, the nature of the tangible prize remains.

Beyond the title, there is of course the mano-y-mano result each will be looking for.
Personal Vindication: This is where pride comes to the foreground. In the classic film “Pulp Fiction,” the character of Marcellus Wallace tells a fighter, Butch, that “Pride only hurts; it never helps.” Marcellus Wallace hadn’t seen Marquez’s medieval effort in getting off the deck three times in the first round against Manny Pacquiao yet, or he may have retracted.

Those three knockdowns are at the heart of anticipation for this rematch, the source of fan debates in multiple tongues in the years since their first war. There are those who felt they gave Manny an edge too large to justify the draw verdict. There are others, and I am in this latter camp having scored the bout 8 rounds to 4, that feel Marquez won enough rounds, coming off the deck, to not only earn the draw but victory itself. One thing was certain in 2004: no one was certainly the better man.

The now 34-year old Marquez was denied, for years, fights with the biggest stars at Featherweight. In his prime, he never got a crack at Barrera, Naseem Hamed, Erik Morales. His past-prime (for both combatants) win over Barrera last year would dovetail nicely with a win here, further proving his place with the elite all along, proving that he was just as good if not better than any of them. Pacquiao is one win away from the full hat, or should it be sombrero, trick. He’s stopped Morales and Barrera; stopping Marquez, or just cleanly defeating him, would add to his remarkable resume.

The winner will have the measure of personal satisfaction and that could translate into the even greater dollars that come from the land of imagination.

P4P: That land of course is the place in the mind’s eye where every fighter is the same size and the boxing community hashes out the best of the best. I’m on record about what pound-for-pound has devolved to; it’s largely a corporate hype tool leveraged against the lack of clarity in the divisional world title scene. It’s also a source of great profit for the men at the top of the debate. A win for Marquez pushes him past Pacquiao, obviously, and puts him right there with Floyd Mayweather and Joe Calzaghe in terms of debatable strengths.

For Pacquiao the stake is slightly higher. With Floyd unchallenged in the ring for most of 2008, and his Wrestlemania bout may be more unpredictable than the proposed Mayweather Beats De La Hoya II, a dominant win for Manny puts the whole Floyd v. Manny debate fully back in play. After a lackluster 2007, Manny would have a shiny new title, credential, and momentum going into the rest of the year. In order to make a case against him, one would have to forecast Mayweather’s claim into 2009 because he’s not testing it on the known calendar.

These are all arguments about the days and months ahead. There are a lot of tomorrows to consider as well. One such tomorrow arises five years after a fighter last lays down his gloves.

The HOF: Speaking frankly, Manny Pacquiao, at 29, is already a lock for the Hall of Fame. The why’s of that will come a few finely crafted sentences from now. This section is all about Marquez. If he retired today, his resume as regards the Hall is pretty shallow. One win over a faded Barrera isn’t quite enough to put him over the top. In fact, take away that win and Marquez, a sure Hall of Fame talent, has little in the way of big victories to speak of. Robbie Peden? Manuel Medina? Derrick Gainer? Yeah, Marquez needs a win over Pacquiao.

As one half, along with brother Rafael, of arguably the greatest brother tandem in the sports history, Juan Manuel was considered for years the better fighter. He probably was and is. Yet it is his Rafael who received the big name opportunities (Mark Johnson, Tim Austin, Israel Vasquez) that Juan Manuel did not. If forced to choose between the two before this Saturday, Rafael is the more merited selection. Lose this Saturday, and there isn’t much left to argue.

As much as this bout then means to the personal history of Juan Manuel Marquez, it has even greater historical ramifications for Pacquiao.

Historic First: Pacquiao is already the only fighter, ever, to win the lineal World championships at 112 (Flyweight) and 126 lbs. (Featherweight). Add that accolade to the big name victories he’s collected along the way and there’s your answer to the Hall of Fame question.

Claim the title this weekend at 130 lbs. and he both adds to a special club and becomes a club of one twice over. Needless to say, if no fighter had ever gone 112 to 126, then it’s unlikely that any fighter has ever gone 112 to 130; unlikely and in fact the case. Only one fighter has ever really come close, slightly more than 75 years ago. It was on December 9, 1932, at Madison Square Garden, that 1924 U.S. Olympic Flyweight Gold Medalist and former professional World Flyweight champion Fidel LaBarba dropped a narrow decision to future Hall of Famer Kid Chocolate. In the attempt alone, Pacquiao is in remarkable company.

From that potential first also comes the chance for entry into a select fraternity of less than ten; eight to be exact. That is the number of men to have legitimately won three world championships in three weight classes. Victory under the Vegas lights joins Pacquiao to Bob Fitzsimmons, Tony Canzoneri, Barney Ross, Henry Armstrong, Emile Griffith, Sugar Ray Leonard, Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather; that is more than remarkable company.

Finally, a win this weekend generates an opening for two more clubs of one. Pacquiao and his handlers have indicated that he is short for the Jr. Lightweight class, that his future is five pounds higher. At Lightweight, that probably means David Diaz for a WBC alphabelt; such a win could lead to a bout with the winner of Joel Casamayor-Michael Katsidis (or eventually Nate Campbell if he gets the shot he’s earned first) for the lineal crown at 135 lbs. From Flyweight to Lightweight? Four Divisions as champion? It’s a lot to ponder, and premature until and if Pacquiao’s record features a “W” next to the name Marquez.

With stakes like these, fighters like these, boxing can’t be much better than what’s on tap Saturday night. Given what we know of Marquez and Pacquiao, don’t be surprised if the pride you feel in being a fan is equal to the pride they bring to the ring.

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Wednesday, March 12, 2008


the service crew of karate kid clark...

starting of ...from the left the cashier but also a dining crew.... his name is JIMSON,,,

next is the beautiful, EMJAY our dining crew ....

next in line is ....MARKY.... also one of our dining.....

last but not the last her name is EMJAY.... the tallest of them all.....

so meet them guys
at sm CITY CLARK!!!!!!