March 7, 2010 at 9:20 AM #135115
Hindi kaya yung tribute ki Diego, has gone to the dogs? O na-baboy na?
March 7, 2010 at 8:50 AM #135114
iyo talaga, may ayam ako na ngaran macoiii, mabooton na matalino pa, minsan naghali kami buong pamilya,dai me iniba, nagkaon kami sa luwas, dinalhan mi sya ki dog food, an pabirong taram ko, iyan pagkaon mo, dai ka kasi nagiba,, huna nindo, pagkami mahali ng buong pamilya, mainot ng masakay yan, nasairarom na yan kan tukawan,maski mo tamboon, dai yan mababa, kaya kun kami makaon sa luwas, duman na sa sasakyan,ta bawal ilaog sa restaurat, nagadan sya sa pagkagurang kan 1981, piglobong ko sya sa bakuran me, naghihibi ako, pero ako,,,, bihira ako mapahibi sa tawo pag ako nakikipaglibing…iyo talaga, naromdoman ko si macoiiii, padaba kong ayam.
March 7, 2010 at 7:46 AM #135110
oh… na namiss ko tuloy si BINGGO ko.. huhuhu..
March 6, 2010 at 4:06 PM #135082
What a dog day afternoon!
March 5, 2010 at 11:54 PM #135067
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na aldaw po saimo Kuya Bio.
Nasabutan ko po, dakulang adal ang makukua duman sa inot na post po nindo.
Sa nainot ko po na post tig reffer ko lang ito base sa naobserbaran ko igdi, ta
may sarung akong kataid na harung igdi sa tig istarn ko ngonian na so aki nindang lalaki, pira
nag beses ki apod so magurang saiya daru dai lamang nakakadangog, tapigsusugo
cia na magbakal ki bulong tpos so iba pa ang pigtuturo na magbakal ta
iinot pa so mga ka gustohan/dabarkadz nia, minsan kaipuhan pang tugalon bago humiro buda
iyo pa ang dagit, nadangog ko na sabi kang magurang nia saiya maray pa ngaya so
ayam nindang c “shaggy”(ngaran kang dog ) sarung arapudan
Kng tugang ko ito haloy ko nang
dinagpok ito, imbes mkatabang, nkaperwisyo pa lugod.
Gabos na guinibo kang mahal na Dios igdi sa
kinaban may kanya kanyang partisipasyon para magkaigwa ki pagbabago sa gabos.Dios Mabalos po Kuya Bio. God bless po sa gabos.
March 5, 2010 at 3:44 PM #135056
A dog is truly a mans best friend. If you do not believe it, just try this experiment. Put your dog and your husband in the trunk of your car for an hour. When you open the trunk, which one is really happy to see you?
March 5, 2010 at 4:26 AM #135043
We also have two dogs in the house [ Diaguwar and Barbie] Diaguwar has been with us for more than 10 years and Barbie for almost 2 years now. We also have two rabbits, name White and Gray. We consider all of them as “kapamilya.” Kung nagbabagyo sa Tabaco, we make sure na kaibahan so mga ataman sa laog kang harong. 🙂 arog mi kaan kapadaba sinda 🙂
March 5, 2010 at 3:44 AM #135042
Zeus, marhay man na binungkal mo an torsidong ini. BTW, gusto ko an gB name mo___ZEUS__the ancient Greeks’ master of the gods.Take a look at the first line of my posting on this Thread. It is a quotation from William Blake’s “Auguries of Innocence:”A dog starv’d at his master’s gate,Predicts the ruin of the State.”We can easily make Argos, the starv’d dog, a metaphor for POVERTY.POVERTY PREDICTS THE RUIN OF THE STATE.Because in an impoverished State, DOG EATS DOG. The State must solve poverty before poverty eats the State.
March 5, 2010 at 2:44 AM #135040
EIGHT BELOW(2006 MOVIE) bida si Paul Walker. Magayon ang istorya kaini. Siberian Husky(Sled dogs) atBALTO alaskan Epic.Sabi ngani ka mga gurang mas maray pa daa ang ayam keysa sa ibang tawu ta pag-uli mo sa harung tig sabat ka tulos buda naghikol-hikol pa ang ikog, tiglambingan ka pa padila dila pa saimo. maski pirang taon ka pa na dai nagbalik sa harung nindo dai lamang nakalingaw bistado ka man guiraray. No offense po.God bless po.
August 28, 2009 at 4:02 AM #122879
Pading Rod, mabalos.
Duman sa San Lorenzo, sa ancestral home mi, na pigbabasyunan ko budapig-iistaran kan tugang ko, pirmi may ayam na ataman. Sa ngunian anum sinda. Minsan ngani bihira ko sindang mahiling pero dai nanggad ninda ako nalilingawan. Dahil pirmi akong amay magmata, sinda an manga kairiban ko duman sa terrace, tapos diretso sinda sa atop. Magayon na paghilingon sinda na nasa atop habang nagsisildang an aldao.
Siyempre aram ko na midbid ninda an ngaran ko, dahil para sa sako an batok ninda espesyal_____BIO!! BIO!! BIO!! WOW!!
August 27, 2009 at 11:15 PM #122855
Thanks POI, I know you will like it. Like you, my dog passed away 5 years ago and until now, I still can’t come to grips with reality. He was the best dog I’ve had and it will take awhile for someone to replace him. I’ve spent all my free time training him to be a good dog. He responded well to training to the point where we can go for a walktogether and he will be walking next to me….without a leash. I still missed him and my children missed him. I had him cremated and the ashes I kept in an urn in the garage including all his mementoes. I will bury him in the backyardof my old house…..the place he calls home.
August 27, 2009 at 10:54 PM #122854
manoy Rod, nagiribi man logod ako guiraray duman sa video mo. naromdoman ko na pirmi gusto ka’to ni Diego pansinon sya. as in. pag yaon ako sa labahan, nakatukaw sa bangkito tapos nag kokoskos, aw ta igwa na sanang nagpaparong sa may yokyok ko tapos pigkokoa na su braso ngo ngani makupo na sya…waaaah. miss ko Diego
August 27, 2009 at 9:33 PM #122853
Here’s another story of dog’s unconditional love for its master. The Breed in Japanese Akita, the most revered breed in Japan.
Hachiko: The World’s Most Loyal Dog
Dogs are known for being loyal companions — but we’ve never met any as faithful as Hachiko, an Akita from Japan who spent 10 years waiting for his master.By Kathryn Hawkins. Posted on March 27 2008 Filed under Animals and Pets | Features | History |
Hachiko was brought to Tokyo in 1924 by his owner, a college professor named Hidesamuro Ueno. Each day, when Ueno left for work, Hachiko would stand by the door to watch him go. When the professor came home at 4 o’clock, Hachiko would go to the Shibuya Station to meet him.
Though this simple act alone shows a tremendous amount of loyalty, that’s not the end of it: The following year, Ueno died of a stroke while at the university. Hachiko didn’t realize that he was gone, and so the dog returned to the train station every single day to await his master. He became such a familiar presence there, in fact, that the station master set out food for the dog and gave him a bed in the station. Even so, Hachiko never shifted loyalties –every day at 4 o’clock, he hopefully waited by the tracks as the train pulled in, searching for his best friend’s face among the people getting off.
Hachiko’s love for his master impressed many people who passed through the station, including one of Ueno’s former students, who became fascinated by the Akita breed after seeing Hachiko. He discovered that there were only 30 Akitas living in Japan, and began to write articles about Hachiko and his remarkable breed, turning the world’s most loyal dog into a household name, and creating a resurgence in popularity for the Akita.
Hachiko died in 1935, after 10 long years of waiting for his master. But the dog would not be forgotten –a year before his death, Shibuya Station installed a bronze statue of the aging dog, to honor its mascot. Though the statue was melted down during World War II, a new version was created in 1948 by the son of the original artist. Go to the station now, and you’ll be able to see the bronze statue of Hachiko – still waiting, as ever, for his master to come home.
August 27, 2009 at 6:46 PM #122836
One of William Blake’s auguries in his “Auguries of Innocence” is, “A dog starv’d at his master’s gate/ Predicts the ruin of the State.”
Blake was, of course, referring to Odysseus’ dog, Argos, in Homer’s The Odyssey. Homer not only used Argos to symbolize a pet’s loyalty but also, as noted by Blake, a metaphor as to what happens to a state or country when the elders leave to fight a war or for other reasons and leave the affairs of the state to the young. Argos was a puppy when Odysseus left for Troy but the servants and caretakers neglected and mistreated the dog while Odysseus was away. Argos was Ithaca.
Odysseus returned to Ithaca after twenty years. Desguised as an old beggar, nobody but nobody who used to know Odysseus recognized him, except emaciated, dying Argos who was lying by the palace gate, still waiting for his master, Odysseus.
Here are a few lines from Book Seventeen, The Odyssey:
“…….a dog that lay there (the palace gate)
lifted up his muzzle, pricked his ears…….
It was Argos, the long-enduring Odysseus’ dog
he trained as a puppy once, but little joy he got
since all too soon he shipped to Troy.”
“Infested with ticks, half-dead from neglect,
here lay the hound, old Argos.
But the moment he sensed Odysseus standing by
he thumped his tail, nuzzling low, and his ears dropped,
though he had no strenght to drag himself an inch
toward his master. Odysseus glanced to the side
and flicked away a tear, hiding it………”
“But the dark shadow of death closed down on Argos’ eyes
the instant he saw Odysseus, twenty years away.”
August 26, 2009 at 3:12 AM #122764
I sympathise with people who lose their pets as those pets are regardedlike children and are a part of the family unit.A friend of mine moved house and the neighbours dog barked at one of his kids so their own dog responded to this threat and jumped over the fence into the garden and killed the smaller dog but the family reported the incident to the local ranger and my friends’ dog was put down as a result; Afterward his young family were all devastated as I feel sure so were his neighbours about their loss also. My daughter has a house cat which is not allowed outside, and she loves it very much although I’m the one who has to clean and refill its litter tray, she has been asking me for a dog for ages because she sees the cute and cuddly side of owning a pet, on the other hand there are two big dogs next door that can hear me tap on these keys so I keep the TV on behind me at night so the dogs are comfortable with that set up and it keps them quite; The cat moults hair over everything it sits on and dogs get lonely been left alone, they can dig holes, jump a highfence toescape for days on end to make matters worse they are a problem whenever a family holiday comes about, they are for settled people and I feel that it’s better for us not to own a dog as our itinerant lifestyle is unsuitable, but I certainly have lots of pressure to relent, kids can be very pursuasive indeed,although my reasoning tells me I am right.
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