Friday, September 26, 2008

Help Lemonsito City Grow

I've just recently created my own city at, its a site wherein you can play a game of creating your own city. To make your city become progressive, you need to have a regular visitors because each different clicks greatly helps to improve your city.

I called mine as Lemonsito City, you may wonder what lemonsito means, by the way its a local term here in our place for lemon, obviously ^_^ I chose this name just to make it sound unique and with relation to my profile name. Here's a screenshot of my city, as you can see it looks like a farm since there's only a little inhabitants lived here yet.

Every visit to my Lemonsito City means additional population, so please help my city grow and do visit it everyday. You may bookmark my city's link for fast search or you may click the screenshot above.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Why 8?

I'd like to thank Ronald, Molit and Jigs for sharing me this "Why 8?" tag from the blogosphere and make an apology as well for posting this tag very late ^_^ . So without further a due, I'll share to you my 8 random facts ^_^

1. I am the youngest among my other two siblings

2. I'm very shy in courting girls during my high school days, I got dumped several times huhu :((

3. I am obsessed watching "The Uncanny X-men" during my high school days that I even cut some of my class just to watch this tv animation series. Note: I'm on a night class starting 3pm-9pm and the said program airs at 7pm ^_^

4. I am a pc gamer, I love to play dota all night long. That's why there were times I'm absent or late from work because of lack of sleep ^_^

5. I smoke and drink. But I drink very often nowaday because of dota.

6. My music genre preferences are pop, r&b, gangsta rap, alternative, rap metal, and hardcore \m/ \m/

7. I don't swim :((

8. I love to play basketball but basketball don't love me lols. My favorite team in PBA is San Miguel Beermen

Now I'm sharing this tag to my fellow bloggers and friends as follows:









The Rules for this tag:

1. Each player starts with eight random facts/habits about themselves.

2. People who are tagged need to write their own blog about their eight things and post these rules.

3. At the end of your blog, you need to choose eight people to get tagged and list their names.

4. Don’t forget to leave them a comment telling them they’re tagged, and to read your blog.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

$7.5 for you!

I know everybody wants $7.5, you can find a detailed information on how to get it here at This site offers a review of the entry being posted here and get paid through Paypal. You may wonder how this works, actually this is the latest program provided by PayPerPost. All you have to do is just write a review of the post on this site. Visit it now and start reviewing entries being posted there as many as you can and get paid $7.5 for each post you've reviewed.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Ways to make Money Online

There's a lot of site nowadays that offers recommendations, suggestions and ways on how to make money online. This site right here offers a good advice on how to earn real money online like on ebay. Everything you need to know about online money making can be found here, so better check this site out and find it yourself. It has already a decent Page Rank of 4 from Google which implicates a good implementation of search engine optimization on it. The latest post here is about earning money on ebay.Visit the site now and know how to do it.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Product reviews & prize giveaways

Another good site I recently came across with was Mommy Googles, its a blog about Product reviews & prize giveaways. The Author accepts any Product that you would like to be featured here at Mommy Googles and that is geared towards moms, babies, or children alike of different ages. This site has a clean look with organized ads placement on the sidebar. Give it a try now.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Yogi's Weblog

Here's another cool blog I found on the net, its Yogi's weblog. Its a PR 4 blog and has some unique visitors of more than 1000 per day. It contains varieties of articles about advertisement, sports, art, business, education, fashion, and more. This is a good blog to visit, you can get some useful informations here about affiliate marketing too.

Beauty of Life

I came across this site about healthy living, family, friendship, and inspiring events that the reader can relate with. You can visit it here at Beauty of Life Its a good site with some nice post about family life, travel tips, and more. Go check it out, its worth your visit.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Sparta's King Leonidas in Action

Do you know who is King Leonidas of Sparta? if not, then I'll let you know him more better here. He is the main character in the Movie "The 300" it's an epic movie about the battle between Sparta and Persia with King Leonidas leading the spartans on battling the more than one million soldiers of Persian God-King Xerxes.

If you've already seen the movie, then you've already known Leonidas as a fearless warrior and a valiant King. But that ain't all about Leonidas, there's more about him that you'll going to discover here, behold ^_^

Stay tuned for more, I'll be adding other Leonidas funny pics for the next update of this post ^_^

Friday, September 5, 2008

Free Games and Softwares

Free games and Softwares is a cool site about arcade games. If you're looking for a free download, Free games and Softwares is one of my recommended site for you. The games here are all full version and only take a little space on your hard drive with sizes ranging from just 2mb to 10mb. Some of the games you can download here were the following:

Shark Attack

Join a brave young scuba diver on his quest for precious family treasure in this deep-sea adventure.
Size: 10.52 MB

Tropical Mania

Tropical Mania brings a fresh take on the time management game genre. Try a new job that’s fun and friendly. Manage a Holiday resort on a tropical island that’s lost in the vast pacific ocean. Keep your tourists happy and develop your resort. Cute graphics, a different feel and look, and the addictive play will keep you happy and entertained.
Size: 4.27 MB

Clash N Stash v1.23

Action space shooter with extremely simple controls suitable for all ages. Battle pesky aliens around the galaxy. Variety of weapons, upgrades and enemies will keep you in suspence for a long time and innovative bonus triggering system will make your experience colorful and fun.
Size: 7.38 MB

Rebel Bomberman v1.2

Rebel Bomberman is one of the most inventive variations of the bomberman-style games. You will still have plenty of bombs to throw around to kill the enemies and get to the final destination. Hordes of hostile aliens are planning to take your planet over to enslave its inhabitants and extract precious crystals.
Size: 8.6 MB

A-b-o-o Plumeboom's Friends


Visit fabulous worlds with Plumeboom, the magnificent traveler. Touch down in the country of Aboo, Settled by hard-working wormlings. Day after day they quarry Magic Crystals that can be converted into many possible items. Recently, the wormlings have faced a real disaster. Help them battle Crowbreak the wizard, and Cornix, the mad scientist who have invented the weapon of darkness. Don't let the Magic Crystals fail into the wrong hands in this illuminated Match 3 puzzle game.
Size: 9 MB

Free games and Softwares is updated every week, so better check this site regularly to get the latest games. So start downloading now and enjoy playing these fun and addictive games that can only be found here at Free games and Softwares.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Who's Your Hero?

Everyone of us has favorite comic book hero character that we idolized and admired for their unique abilities, wit, and power to save the day from any catastrophe and fighting the bad guys from making menace and chaos in the city. Here's my top favorite heroes with their respective powers and abilities:


Superhuman strength
Ultrafast movement speed
X-Ray vision
Heat ray vision
Can blow a massive force of energy


Superhuman strength
Can crawl on walls
Spider-reflexes and agility
Enhanced physiology
Can shoot webs from wrist

Abilities:Healing factor
Super sharp retractable claws
Hyper-keen senses
Enhanced reflexes and agility
Adamantium coated skeletal structure

Incredible Hulk
Healing factor
Speed and reflexes
Resistance to psionics
Abilities:Leader of the X-men
Fires a powerful Optic blast

How about you? Who are your favorite Comic book Heroes? ^_^

Monday, September 1, 2008

Facts about Flu and its Treatment

Your head aches, and so does every bone in your body. You're cold one minute and hot the next. Your throat is scratchy and you're starting to cough. You may be getting the flu!

If you have the flu, you'll have lots of company. Each year from November to April, all across the United States, as many as 60 million people come down with the flu. Although children get the flu most often, people in every age group — including teens — can catch it.

What Is Flu?
Flu is the common name for influenza (pronounced: in-floo-en-za), a virus that attacks the respiratory system.

Usually when you're sick with a virus, your body builds up a defense system by making antibodies against it, so you don't get that particular virus strain again. Unfortunately, flu viruses mutate (change) each year, so you aren't protected from getting the flu forever.

Some years the change in the flu virus is slight. So even if you get the flu, it's a mild case because the antibodies from having the flu before give you partial protection. But every 10 years or so the flu virus undergoes a major change and many people get severe cases. These large-scale outbreaks are called epidemics. If they spread worldwide, they're called pandemics.

How Is the Flu Spread?
The flu virus spreads through the air when a person who has the virus sneezes, coughs, or speaks. The flu can even be passed on if a person touches an object that someone with the virus sneezed or coughed on. People carrying the virus can be contagious 1 day before to 5 days after their symptoms appear. So they can pass it on before they even know they're sick.

Flu epidemics often start in schools and then move quickly through a community as students spread the virus to family members and people around them. In an average year, 5% to 20% of the people in an area can become sick.

How Do I Know if I Have the Flu?
Flu symptoms — like headache, fever, chills, muscle aches, and dry cough — appear anywhere from 1 to 4 days after a person has been exposed to the virus. Someone with the flu can have a temperature as high as 104° Fahrenheit (40° Celsius). People with the flu often feel achy and exhausted and may lose their appetite.

The fever and achiness usually disappear within 2 to 3 days, but they can be followed by a stuffy nose or a sore throat. The stuffy nose, sore throat, cough, and a feeling of tiredness may linger for a week or more.

The flu can sometimes cause vomiting, abdominal pain, and diarrhea in addition to the more common symptoms mentioned above. If you have only vomiting and diarrhea without the other flu symptoms, you probably have gastroenteritis (pronounced: gas-tro-en-tuh-rye-tuss), an illness that is caused by different viruses or bacteria.

Although you may feel miserable if you get the flu, it's unlikely to be serious. It's rare that healthy teens have complications like pneumonia or bronchitis from the flu. Older adults (over age 65), young kids (under age 5), and people with chronic medical conditions are more likely to become seriously ill with the flu.

What to Do When the Flu Bugs You
If you get the flu, the best way to take care of yourself is to rest in bed and drink lots of liquids like water and other noncaffeinated drinks. Stay home from school until you feel better and your temperature has returned to normal.

You probably don't need to contact your doctor unless you're not getting better, you develop complications (like trouble breathing) or you have a medical condition (for example, diabetes, heart problems, asthma, or other lung problems).

Most teens can take acetaminophen or ibuprofen to help with fever and aches. Avoid aspirin or any products that contain aspirin because they put kids and teens at greater risk of developing Reye syndrome, a very serious illness that sometimes follows infection with the flu virus and can lead to liver failure.

Antibiotics don't help people with the flu get better because they don't work on viruses. Sometimes doctors can prescribe an antiviral medicine to reduce the length of time someone is ill from the flu. These medicines are effective only against some types of flu virus and must be taken within 48 hours of the appearance of flu symptoms to be effective. Because of potential side effects, doctors usually only use this medicine for people who are very ill or who are at risk for serious complications, especially elderly patients.
Vaccine to the Rescue?

You can do some things during flu outbreaks to avoid getting sick. Wash your hands frequently, and avoid sharing cups, utensils, or towels with others. If you do catch the flu, use tissues whenever you sneeze or cough to avoid spreading the virus.

Your doctor may recommend that you get a flu vaccine to help you avoid getting the flu. Each year, scientists develop a vaccine made up of the flu viruses that are believed to be the ones most likely to infect people that year.

Flu vaccines are available as a shot or nasal mist. The shot contains killed flu viruses that won't cause you to get the flu, but will make your body create antibodies that fight off infection if you encounter the live flu virus. The nasal mist contains weakened live flu viruses. Because it contains live viruses, the mist is not for people with weakened immune systems or certain health conditions. It is only for healthy, non-pregnant, people between the ages of 2 and 49 years.

Most doctors recommend yearly flu vaccines for people over age 50, all kids and teens between 6 months and 18 years of age (especially those between 6 and 59 months), and people (including teens) with medical conditions such as cystic fibrosis, asthma, heart disease, or sickle cell disease.

You might also want to get a flu shot if you live with people who are at risk for health problems if they get the flu, such as the elderly and young children. Ask your doctor about getting a flu shot especially if you live in the same house as a grandparent or baby (or if you babysit or are in close contact with kids younger than 5).

Other people who may benefit from the vaccine are those who are infected with the HIV virus or have diabetes, kidney problems, or other chronic (long-term) medical conditions.

In times when the vaccine is in short supply, some people (such as elderly or sick people) need it more than others. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) sometimes recommends that only certain high-risk groups be vaccinated when flu shot supplies are limited. Talk with your doctor if you're interested in getting a flu shot.

If you get a flu shot, you may have a mild reaction, such as a fever, sore muscles, and tiredness, but most people don't have any reaction. With the nasal mist vaccine, some people develop a runny nose, headache, and low fever.

The flu vaccine is usually given a few weeks before flu season begins to give the body a chance to develop antibodies beforehand. But a person can still get a flu vaccine even after flu season starts. Anyone allergic to eggs should not get a flu vaccine because the viruses for the vaccine are grown in chicken eggs.

If you do get the flu this season, take care of yourself and call your doctor with any questions or concerns. When you're feeling bad it can help to remember that the flu only lasts a few days and you'll be back to your normal activities before too long.

Reviewed by: Larissa Hirsch, MD
Date reviewed: August 2008