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After ZTE Scandal, here comes the "FERTILIZER FUND SCAM".

Jocelyn "Joc Joc " Bolante is too controversial in Philippines, he was the former undersecretary of Department of Agrarian who plays innocent after the nine-hour hearing in the senate. He is the one who released the 728 million fund to buy a fertilizer..??? huh.. that was a very very very big bucks of money.. !!! How come an ex government officials releases that money in one day! a big question for all filipino citizen..

But despite of all accusations to him, he played innocent. That's why all the senators came to ask him about thay money are suffering under high blood pressure.

Still Filipinos are the poor ones wo suffer this. But life's goes on and maybe Filipinos are immune about this controversial. That's why this is the proof filipinos make fun of this things..

watch this video.

Filipinos are born funny..!

La Mesa Ecopark

I don't have a expensive camera to captured all the perfect moments in my life, and that is one I wish to have this christmas.

I love taking pictures since my sister bought a digital camera and as usual I am one of her beloved borrower. But I start focusing to take a great pics when my friends and I go to this beautiful park. And here's some of my captivating shots.

Wonder where this beautiful pics shots?? well rather go to city's lost paradise at La Mesa Ecopark, wherein you can feel the true beauty of nature. Make sure that you invite some friends, to enjoy more.!

one of the best shots!

How to get there?
If you have a car,trucks or else..
Take Commonwealth Avenue towards Fairview. You will be passing the following landmarks: UP Diliman, Iglesia ni Cristo Templo Central, Ever Gotesco, Sandiganbayan, Litex, Mercury Drugstore. Turn right at East Fairview Subdivision’s Winston St. then right at Marlboro St. all the way to Pall Mall St. where you should turn left. Turn right at the first corner. You will enter the La Mesa Dam Guard House. There is only one road to take then turn left to the parking lot, in front of which is the gate to the park. The lagoon is further down the path.
For commuters, like me..
take a Fairview-bound FX, bus, or jeepney from Philcoa by the entrance to the University of the Philippines. Take note of the abovementioned landmarks and get off at the East Fairview Subdivision. At the gate, you should find plenty of tricycles that can take you to the Eco Park.