‘To Those Who Would Call Me a Thug or Worse …’

Extremely well written and to the point. It’s funny to me how everyone has jut started ranting and talking crap about Sherman without knowing the real deal. I really do like what he wrote about Bowman, whoever threw food at him is a jack ass and most likely new to the concept of “sportsmanship”. Furthermore, […]

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2013 in review-Thank you!

Want to take  quick minute to thank you all, you’ve really helped my blog get noticed. It’s nice to know that people actually read my madness! Gracias mi gente! Thank you very much for being part of the madness, let’s see what trouble I get into in 2014! The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a […]

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Under The Berkeley Skies: Weekend Mashup!

Weekend Mashup! Hello lovelies, so things have been a little crazy out here in crazy Berzerktown! Because of this I’m mashing up days six, seven and eight. I know not fair, but trust me nothing exciting has really happened, I didn’t get slapped, hitched, or ditched. This might happen a couple of times, I’m doing […]

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Under The Berkeley Skies-Day 4: Time to Heal

Note: Apologies for posting this one so late, but life happens! I hope you can forgive me lovelies!  Almost didn’t go to work today, because I’ve  been dealing with the same migraine since Sunday night. But like a trooper I went in, late, but I was there. End of the year madness at the Foundation, […]

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Under the Berkeley Skies-Day 2

Well, just got back from my Thanksgiving trip to Los Angeles. Leaving is always hard, I seriously do suck at goodbye’s. I mean seriously, some good-bye’s are extremely awkward others are just too painful, while other’s are a lie. We’ve all gone through the painful goodbye’s. The hardest one for me was when I left […]

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Originally posted on Ideas:
A year ago this month, I wrote an essay for the New York Times “coming out” about my status as an undocumented immigrant — what many people call an “illegal.” I told of my journey of being sent from the Philippines to the U.S. at age 12 without knowing I didn’t…

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