Los Angeles, CA United States
Michael Scott: Our company is worth nothing. That's the difference between you and I. Business isn't about money to me, David. If tomorrow my company goes under I will just start another paper company. And then another and another and another. I have no shortage of company names. David Wallace: Michael-- Michael Scott: That's one of 'em! Yes!
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Posted by: 1 month agoLet's do something a bit different this year. It is 5 years anyway. It's time to stray from the norm, gosh darnit.Typical website anniversary posts follow the same template:Start off with overstated disbelief that you made it this farSay something inspiring yet vague. Like a quote about finding yourself in what you do or the sky is some celestial crockpot of opportunity or...
New York, NY
October 3, 2012 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Posted by: 1 year agoAs with all good things, Filipino celebrations are best attended as late as possible. It's 10:00 PM Sunday in a cold, cold, 70 degree Southern Californian night, and I'm late to the party. The BakitWhy Party that is. Four insane years with this unruly kid. Now, I could go tell...
West Hollywood, CA
February 17, 2012 3:00 am to 5:00 am
Posted by: 1 year ago2011 was a remarkable year (as always) in Filipino America. From the negative such as natural disasters and continuing economic dispair to the positive such as the rise of Filipinos in the mainstream and increased political involvement, the timeline over 2011 has been at the very least eventful and and at the best transformative. Before we head into the year of the supposed end of the...
Posted 1 year agoWhen you think of Thanksgiving in the typical Filipino American household, you might think of a fat juicy turkey with a overstuffed sides of steamed rice, calamansi, and the always lovely bittermelons. Let's destroy that bland image and laugh heartily at cultural norms. For the health-conscious and the non-meat eater alike, a thick long taste-slathered semi-sweet and salty plank of...