|Posted by Jimmy Macuse Lagura on March 2, 2010 at 2:03 AM||comments (0)|
1. All women like surprises; women believe they should be surprised at least
once a month.
2. All women have fantasies. A man should take the time to find out her fantasy.
3. Women want a man to be sensitive yet fight for them if they needed to.
4. Women want a man to be gentle and rough at the same time.
5. Women want to be told they’re beautiful, then after a time told they’re sexy.
6. Women want their man to notice when another man tries to pick them up, but
refrain from jealousy
7. Women will alter their appearance with a new hairstyle or buy something skimpy
for themselves, not a man.
8. A woman will groom herself that day if there is a chance for her to meet someone
9. Women believe in the fairytale and will look at most men in the first 30 seconds as
if they could be the prince they have been looking for.
10. If a woman really likes a man, she will spend all day trying to look good for him
and still not feel perfect, yet at times she will not be made up and feel perfect.
|Posted by Jimmy Macuse Lagura on March 2, 2010 at 2:00 AM||comments (1)|
1. Be confident of who you are.
2. Have a sense of humor.
3. Show good manners.
4. Be respectful.
5. Be controversial.
6. Be sensitive.
7. Ask her what she wants and likes.
8. Don’t just tell her you do, but put your trust in her.
9. Tell her about one time your feelings got hurt.
10. Kiss her softly, and then kiss her passionately.
|Posted by Jimmy Macuse Lagura on February 23, 2010 at 2:29 AM||comments (0)|
“People always fear change. People feared electricity when it wasinvented, didn’t they? People feared coal, they feared gas-poweredengines. There will always be ignorance, and ignorance leads to fear. But with time, people will come to accept their silicon masters.”
As Bill Gates once warned, computers have indeed become our siliconmasters, pervading nearly every aspect of our modern lives. As aresult, some of the greatest minds of our time have pondered thesignificance of computers and software on the human condition.
|Posted by Jimmy Macuse Lagura on February 23, 2010 at 2:15 AM||comments (4)|
Within the past few years, there have been many cases ofteacher/student relations in the high schools. This, of course, isillegal, and for a plethora of good reasons, not the least of which isan abuse of authority. It is one thing to have a staff member and astudent become romantically involved, but it is quite another when oneis an adult and the other an adolescent.
But what about in college, f an instructor becomes romanticallyinvolved with a student? Both are legally adults. Is this instancestill considered an abuse of authority, despite the fear of favoritismeventually coming into play? Although the age gap between the teacherand student still might cause an imbalance in the relationship, bothare capable of making their own decisions and giving consent.
Then again, what if there is no age gap, such as in the case with ayoung professor and an older untraditional student? Would this still beconsidered an imbalance? Would this still be considered exploitative?
Of course, one indisputable reason that would makeinstructor/student relationships inappropriate would be if bothparticipants share the same class. Favoritism just might take placeregardless of the respective ages, and even if it didn’t, should thestudent do very well, favoritism would be an understandable suspicion.For this reason, an instructor and her or his student should not engagein any type of intimate relations. This is even why student-friends orfamily members of professors are encouraged to take classes with otherinstructors, so that complications don’t arise. This would be thepractical and ethical move.
What would be the case, however, if an instructor becameromantically involved with a student that wasn’t in any of her or hisclasses? If this relationship is mutually consensual, would it still beinappropriate or exploitative or an imbalance of authority? Why or whynot? After all, if the student wasn’t in a class with the instructor,that instructor couldn’t play favorites or even threaten with lowgrades, should the relationship become sour, nor could the studentthreaten foul play under the same circumstance, because that student isnot in the instructor’s class. There is, then, no authority problemhere because of this. Is this unethical or even unhealthy?
It is true, however, that if staff members and students weren’t tobecome involved romantically, no problems would arise. This ispractical and safe.
Still, does that or does that not violate the rights of two adultswho wish to become involved because they are drawn to one another?Really, does the administration have a right to step between the twoadults and say “no!” as long as instructor and student are not in thesame class?
This has been an ongoing debate in colleges all around the world,let alone the United States, for many years, and it is still going on.In the end, no one will ever know. The answers will likely be based onindividual perspective as opposed to a universal resolution. That’sprobably the best way to handle it anyway, since each person can makeup her or his own mind.
|Posted by Jimmy Macuse Lagura on February 23, 2010 at 12:30 AM||comments (0)|
If you want to be RESPECTED, you must respect yourself and others...
If you want to CONTROL others, you must learn to control yourself...
If you want FRIENDS, be friendly...
If you want JUSTICE, be fair with other...
If you want CONSIDERATION, be considerate...
If you want to be STRONG, be quiet but unafraid...
If you want to KEEP YOUR CHARACTER, keep good company or none...
If you want to be POPULAR, never say an unkind word about anyone...
|Posted by Jimmy Macuse Lagura on February 22, 2010 at 11:39 PM||comments (0)|
A smile creates happiness in the home,fosters goodwill in a business, and is the countersign in friends. Yet it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed or stolen, for it is something that is of noearthly good to anybody till it is given away.
What we see depends mainly on what we lookfor, and remember, a mirror can not give you back more than you put into it.Use the mirror while developing that Christ-like smile.
And after the smile disappears like asetting sun below the horizon, there is an afterglow. It spreads over theevening sky and every tiny curl of cloud is softened and tinted and beautifiedby its glory. Is not everyone’s life softened and made beautiful by theafterglow of a friend’s smile or the radiant influence of a soul ever under thequiet influence of God’s dwelling?