Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Join us in #katwitz FB Group Page and our own Website

Join us in #katwitz FB Group Page and our own Website:

Check out @katwitz Profile in Twitter and go to our #katwitz FB Page and then click Join Group, Then Message Allain Garcia or @imodeworx your Username or ask other #katwitz Admin @iszel @JanneMarie19 @iamsweetcel @kayte1986 @katro419 @iknowJanD @iamdjdeeTRP @michaelsuguitan their FB Accounts to add you
Also now you can join our Katwitz Website by using your Twitter Account, simply go to the website then click Sign In with Twitter Button. Once your Log-In you can update your info and other contents available on the site since it’s still under development, you can suggest things you wish to have or features you need on our website.
Happy Twitting !

Happy 80th anniversary District of Cavite! #INCCAV80th

Happy 80th anniversary District of Cavite! #INCCAV80th:
WIth Michael and Winlove

Chadleen with our #katwitz shirt .. follow sis Chadleen Alberth on twitter: @chadleen17

The INC Media Experience brings the shows that teach,...


The INC Media Experience brings the shows that teach,...

The INC Media Experience brings the shows that teach, englighten, and inspire YOU! See LIVE tapings of That’s in the Bible, Face the Truth and The INC Giving Show. Bring the whole family for a day filled with FREE food, live entertainment and prizes! Experience everything the Church of Christ (Iglesia Ni Cristo) has to offer! An event you must experience for yourself….
For more information visit: www.incmedia.org/mx
Contact me so we can go together. I’ll even drive! ;)

Pananaghoy:Painter-activist seeks volunteers for ‘Wall of...


Painter-activist seeks volunteers for ‘Wall of...


Painter-activist seeks volunteers for ‘Wall of Nature’

10:48 pm | Saturday, May 19th, 2012
He’s well past his “quota” of 23,000 dolphins.
On May 25, however, A. G. Saño hopes others will join him in painting more of these amazing creatures and other marine wonders to make a colorful statement in celebration of Mother Nature.
Saño, who left a globe-trotting job on a Disney cruise ship in 2008 after seeing disturbing news footage of some of the practices in Japan’s dolphin hunting industry, is the visual artist tapped to lead a mural painting activity marking the Month of the Oceans.
Scores of volunteers—including government employees, environmental advocates, fellow artists, students or anyone who may have read about the campaign on Facebook—are expected to pitch in by picking up the brush on Friday, starting at 8 a.m.
Their collective masterpiece will adorn the one-kilometer-long wall surrounding Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center in Quezon City.  The Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB) which organized the project is calling it the “Wall of Nature.”
Since May 4, Saño has been preparing the wall with sketches depicting different species of fish, turtles, manta rays, sharks, dolphins, corals, etc. The painting will include freshwater or marshland dwellers led by “Lolong,” the giant crocodile caught in Agusan del Sur last year.
Lolong’s image will have a prominent spot near the park’s Quezon Avenue gate, Saño told the Inquirer in an interview last week. “He’s our flagship species for this project.”
Come Friday, the volunteer-painters will apply the colors based on a scheme Saño had prepared, “just like in a coloring book,” he said.
PAWB chose the Batangas-based 36-year-old Saño for the mural project not only in recognition of his talent but also for his decade-long involvement in green campaigns.
From a family of artists
Coming from a family of artists, Amado Guerrero “A. G.” Saño started painting at age 10 and received an apprenticeship under master Fernando Seña. He earned a degree in landscape architecture at the University of the Philippines in Diliman although the call of the wild led to his participation in several “immersion” tours in the countryside as a volunteer for environmental groups.
By 2000, he had segued to wildlife photography and was taking shots of humpback whales off Babuyan Islands. Between 2004 and 2006, he was somewhere in The Cordilleras, painting the walls and ceilings of churches and holding art classes for children.
A job overseas as a portrait and scenery photographer for the Orlando, Florida office of Disney Cruise Line briefly veered him toward a regular, if not a more lucrative, career. But an epiphany at sea in the Bahamas steered him back to his earlier course.
“I was on the ship Disney Wonder watching CNN when I saw a report on the slaughter of dolphins in Japan, and how two Hollywood celebrities once tried to get in between the dolphins and the fishermen.
“I was affected by what I saw, especially after someone (who knew my past volunteer work) told me that I could have been that person coming in between the hunters and their prey,” he said.
That episode was enough to make him return to the Philippines. In March 2010, his revived passion was further reinforced when his girlfriend made him watch a DVD copy of the 2009 documentary “The Cove.”
“It turned out that the clips I earlier saw on CNN were from the [then upcoming] documentary,” Saño said.  “That’s when I also learned that in Japan, particularly in [the town of] Taiji, they supposedly have this quota to kill 23,000 dolphins each year.”
Man with a mission
Saño decided to use his art to draw attention to the killings. A mission was thus born: To paint a total of 23,000 dolphins, matching the number of casualties in the annual slaughter.
He painted “Dolphin No. 1” on March 31, 2010, just a day after watching “The Cove,” during a return trip to Camiguin Norte, Babuyan Islands, on the walls of St. Vincent Ferrer church.
Over the next nine months, with the help of an online campaign and some media exposure, he  received one invitation after another to paint his favorite subject on the walls of private homes, buildings and schools in Metro Manila and several provinces from Isabela to Tawi-Tawi, and even in Singapore and Indonesia.
“Friends and strangers alike asked me to do their walls. For the paint, I sometimes went to nearby construction sites and asked if they have leftovers that they could give me.”
In between sessions, he hit the streets as an activist. He joined protests, for example, against a dolphin show held at Araneta Coliseum in December 2010, a campaign that later led to a court case against the show’s organizers for alleged animal cruelty.
Quite fittingly, it was also around that time that he finally rendered his 23,000th dolphin, on one of the floats during the annual UP Lantern Festival.
For the May 25 event, Saño said he would be joined by members of Save Philippine Seas, a group which recently helped expose the smuggling of black corals and other endangered marine animals out of the country, and the Dakila Artist Collective who would also hold a concert.
Volunteers are still welcome. To register, they may call PAWB’s Coastal and Marine Management Office at 9258948 and look for Jhorace Engay.
(Original article here)
Facebook event link here.

#INCUnity Games at Rizal Stadium - kayte1986 Wacky diba?bkit ako lng nakawacky?...

kayte1986 kayte1986 1h Wacky diba?bkit ako lng nakawacky?...:

kayte1986 kayte1986 1h Wacky diba?bkit ako lng nakawacky? :) @katwitz @imodeworx @yanyanito @iamdjdeeTRP @iszel @iamsweetcel @michaelsuguitan @twitter.com

#INCUnity Games held at San Andres Gym


Sunday, April 8, 2012

Princess Jahzara

Love this first video of my Princess Jahzara when i had the time to play with her .. her laughter is just amazing that i can't resist to laugh with her also .. oh stress free life :D love you cess

Machine Gun Preacher - Movie Trailer (2011) HD

Sam Childers, a former drug-dealing criminal, undergoes an astonishing transformation and finds an unexpected calling as the savior of hundreds of kidnapped and orphaned children. When ex-biker-gang member Sam Childers makes the life-changing decision to go to East Africa to help repair homes destroyed by civil war, he is outraged by the unspeakable horrors faced by the region's vulnerable populace, especially the children. Ignoring the warnings of more experienced aide workers, Sam breaks ground for an orphanage where it's most needed--in the middle of territory controlled by the brutal Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), a renegade militia that forces youngsters to become soldiers before they even reach their teens. But for Sam, it is not enough to shelter the LRA's intended victims. Determined to save as many as possible, he leads armed missions deep into enemy territory to retrieve kidnapped children, restoring peace to their lives - and eventually his own.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Popular Instagram camera app now on Android

Popular Instagram camera app now on Android:
Always wondered how your iPhone-toting friends shot such nice pictures on their phones? Well, that Instagram camera app that lets them create, transform and share photos with friends is now coming to Android phones for free.
The company just said on its blog that it is releasing a version for Android users, after some 30 million iOS users have uploaded more than a billion photos since October 2010.
The move means yet another top iOS app is going on the Android bandwagon, following in the footsteps of the likes of the previously iOS-only Tweetdeck, for example.

There have been similar camera apps, like Vignette, which do a pretty job on Android phones. But Instagram seems to have its fans. Apparently, some 430,000 Android users have been on the waitlist to request for the app to appear on Google’s Play store.
They will be happy to know that Instagram aims to have the same features on both Android and iOS. However, for a start, the first version on Android would not have a number of features, such as Tilt Shift/Blur, said the developer in an FAQ:
Our goal is to have a consistent experience between platforms. There are a few features that will not be included in the first version of the Android app (Tilt Shift/Blur, Share from Feed, Live Preview and Share to Flickr), but our upcoming versions are intended to bridge any differences.
The newly-released app works on Android 2.2 and later, so most recent phones should be able to support it. However, there’s no news yet of any versions for Windows Phone or Blackberry.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

clarencejohn11:wowfunniestposts: this blog is hilarious...



this blog is hilarious...

this blog is hilarious
LOL Eminem. =))

Makapagpose Wagas!Embarrassing Sexy Poses @chacha.com

Makapagpose Wagas!Embarrassing Sexy Poses @chacha.com:

Makapagpose Wagas!Embarrassing Sexy Poses @chacha.com

potato knish, two ways

potato knish, two ways:
potato knish, two ways
Where have I been, you ask? Did I fly off to a small Caribbean island again, only to return to rub it in? Did my book project or adorable distraction eat me alive again? For once, no. I have actually been out climbing another (slightly smaller) culinary Mount Everest for you, and I have returned bearing not one, but two recipes.
both get peeled

onion, leek
I’ve been wanting to make potato knish almost as long as I’ve had this site. I thought I’d finally tackle it this winter, when carbs-for-warmth are the order of the day but New York up and decided to not have a winter this year and so it was a 60 degree day or never. I’m glad I went with it as knish are quintessentially old New York, brought to the Lower East Side tenements by Jewish Eastern European immigrants who knew, like most of our forefathers did, how to stretch staples into belly-filling delights.
russet potatoes and caramelized onions
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lovipoe .. do you find her sexy ? @instagr.am

lovipoe .. do you find her sexy ? @instagr.am:

lovipoe .. do you find her sexy ? @instagr.am

san kapa! deym! @instagr.am

san kapa! deym! @instagr.am:

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hayz … i love those eyes ;) @instagr.am

hayz … i love those eyes ;) @instagr.am:

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I can’t wait to hit the beach! Remember how much fun we...

I can’t wait to hit the beach! Remember how much fun we...:

I can’t wait to hit the beach! Remember how much fun we had @anavitangcol?! LET’S GO! instagr.am/p/I6PNGCkXsT/

WATCH AND SHAREKONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible...

KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible...


KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.
KONY 2012 (by invisiblechildreninc)

Breaking news: @solennheussaff will be the front act of this big...

Breaking news: @solennheussaff will be the front act of this big...:

Breaking news: @solennheussaff will be the front act of this big foreign act concert, coming this April. Me instagr.am/p/I3hR1NlKlh/
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