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The last time they've worked with Japanese people it blew my mind to the 10th power. This time its with the Chinese furniture company Red Star Macalline. Whoever is next, I'm sure it will once again fascinate the entire world. #OKGO  
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With around 2 million expected visitors this Panagbenga 2015  here in Baguio, I already did my part in de-clogging the streets of Baguio. I walked and will still commute (going to our hotel) in the next few days. Anyway, almost every place I'll go this weekend are all "walking distance".

So tourists, enjoy my hometown — Baguio and please stop littering. 
#Walkhappy #panagbenga2015  
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Proud to be living in a country where the largest wind farm in Southeast Asia is being commissioned. #EDC  
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There's something about this ad that excites me. Looks like the future of wonderful is promising. 

I have been with the other network for almost 12 years. Shifting to a Globe postpaid plan was a right decision. I'm a light user of their voice services and so far I had never experienced any downtime. #Gen3nextACT  
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I felt sad when I read the story of the late shipping magnate — Roger Baillon.

The cars were collected from the 1950s to the 1970s by entrepreneur Roger Baillon, who dreamt of restoring them to their former glory and displaying them in a museum. However, his plans were dashed as his business struggled, forcing Mr Baillon to sell about 50 of the vehicles.Since then, his collection has sat dormant in makeshift corrugated iron shelters and outbuildings on the farm. Mr Baillon died about 10 years ago and his son, Jacques, who inherited the collection, died last year.

Mr Baillon's grandchildren had no idea of the extent of the collection, calling in car specialists Matthieu Lamoure and Pierre Novikoff of auctioneers Artcurial Motorcars to estimate its value. 
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+n1kolaa Yeah the fate of those cars were doomed when the owner died; but no worries now after they're restored they would be auctioned to deserving owners or maybe they would be turned over to museums or similar stuff.
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This looks fun and awesome; better put this on my bucket list. 
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I used to remember when our great grandfather had them in our fleet back in the 60's or 70's along with his fleet of 6 seater jeepneys.

I wasn't born yet when those early Hinos became part of our family. Now at 26, I'm hoping one day we'll be having back those Hinos in our fleet.
#PilipinasHino   #PHI  
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For some reason "Android One: One Will" video confirms with my philosophy. 

One leads many to great heights.
One excites many with great surprises.
One person is all it takes to turn the tide and make history... all because YOU COUNT!

So together let's move forward.
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I noticed that some are afraid of being alone and that they'll never gonna find anybody... The sad fact is we come into this world alone and leave it the exact same way. I just wonder why so many people end up being alone when they're the whole package, I mean look at those guys, they don't know what they're missing if they can't find you. 
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Awesome time lapse. We're lucky that we've traveled around Turkey in just 5.5 minutes. Imagine how our ancestors did that before social media was born. Probably they had to spend about twenty to thirty minutes on books and journals just to see all the places featured here.

Thank you +National Geographic​ for showing this to the world. 
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Now, if he's playing Euro Truck Simulator (which I'll be playing soon) parking this truck would be a piece of cake. I've driven a bus before but not a truck. If I'll be given a chance I'd like to play this prank on our very own hotel valets. Their reactions could be priceless. 
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#OKGo never fails to fascinate me!

In my previous post last June, I mentioned that they've released a video that fascinated viewers (which I believe has been somewhat inspired by Nat Geo's Brain Games) Now, they released another video that blew my mind (I'm thinking that this was inspired by the Italian motorcycle parade of 1950's). 

And yes check my last post (http://goo.gl/FxZsRr) I believe I enumerated their extremely creative songs in that post. For now, I don't think there's any band in world that can do what they do. 
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So, who's the Man?

The man is AMD. A Dragon, Aries by choice. 

AMD was born on the summer of the late 80's and cannot remember anything prior to that date. If you have never heard of him it is because, like all great men, he likes to work behind the scenes.

He is a Turn-around Specialist (which he has ignored ever since) and a degree holder in Entrepreneurial & Venture Management (that taught him one valuable lesson: the only people who make money through MBAs are University Business Schools).

His impromptu appearances in media includes RPN 9's Auto Extreme (2003), Philippine Daily Inquirer's Motoring Section (2003), TV Patrol N. Luzon (2010), SkyCable's Entrep View (2013), SkyCable's Events Next Door (2013) and WhenInManila.com (travel blog) (2013). He was also featured in the SiTEL's Gazette as a 70's era superstar. He is still thankful that nobody recognized him on TV and on paper (ssshhh, he didn't told anybody about it).

Spending his school life as a "regular" guy (although a lot doubted that he's no regular guy) he studied at Saint Louis University for nearly 16 years* and landed on one fabulous award. The Quality Person Award.

Looking much younger than he seems, he was perceived to be a teenager and was apprehended by local policemen thinking that he broke the curfew law for minors when he was 20.

Having been chauffeured around by ladies and some men, he insist that he is not a ladies man. It's just that he lives in the year 2015 B.C. (2015 Before Cars).


*16 yrs: 1 yr pre-school, 6 yrs primary educ., 4 yrs. secondary educ., and 4.6 yrs. college and after all of those it didn't even thought him how to "live" life.
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