GLOBAL STANDARD English Language School

GLOBAL STANDARD Language School (GS) is a best English School in the Philippines. And located at green, peaceful and secured place in the Isle of Luzon [The CSEZ (Clark Special Economic Zone)]. Lots of Korean people from elementary level up to retired ages and some Chinese are happily studying English Language in here. I'm so grateful to be part of this language school. I do invite people of Korea, Japan, Republic of China and other Asian/European countries.


#5208 C.M. Recto Ave. Clark Freeportzone
Pampanga, Philippines


070-7417-0413 [Internet Phone]
045-499-0794 [Philippines]
045-893-4255 [Philippines]
02-6351-1330 [Korea]
02-6351-1331 [Fax]


0917-522-1191 [Philippines]
019-423-7485 [Korea]

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72 - Hours Kit for Emergency Preparedness

In Philippines - there is a great flood and land slide in most part of the country. Same in India, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia etc. Earthquake in Indonesia and Tsunami in Pacific and other parts of the world with natural calamities, rumors of war, famine, and other pandemic. I experienced the volcanic eruption in my life some of the people crying for losing family members, a house, car and other properties, some has respiratory and skin deceases. I experienced the longest night in my life. June 15, 1991 the major Mt. Pinatubo eruption, 7:00 am in like a twilight then 9:00 am it getting darker and like a night 'till 6:00 pm after much red lightnings and loud thunders, mudflows goes to our town and raining of small light rocks and sand with water cos it was accompanied by signal 1 - typhoon. The Lahar mudflows is like hot noodles or hot coffee in temperature. I experienced walking with it in Mac Arthur Highway in Bacolor Pampanga and while others swimming to survived, you can cook eggs in there. Some people spend couple of days on the top of the roof and people are united and helping each other in order to survive. Is like 3 - day of darkness (June 14 night, June 15 of 24 hours darkness and till dawn of June 16, 1991). We experienced the longest flood nearly 6 months and all houses has bamboos and lumber bridges to avoid the filthy and stagnant dark green water with dead animals and fishes. That cause athlete's foot and skin problems. Other people move on temporary staging areas of tents and bank houses. While some move to safe places renting comfortable house in other cities. People suffered till 1995 for the space of 5 years till Lahar flows hit the southeastern of San Fernando and that's the last major eruption of Mt. Pinatubo. Some being save by using helicopters. People are in unity and helping hands. In July 16, 1990 the Philippine-Luzon Earthquake with magnitude of 7.6 Richter Scale horrible shake of dribbling then cradle-like land shake. Birds flying simultaneously, people are running, screaming, kneeling and crying. Dogs keep on barking, insects like ants came out. And thousands are died in collapsed buildings, homes, landslides etc. 72 hours kit is important in our home and wherever we go take some water and food in our bag for emergency purposes. A man is being trapped he survived cos he had snacks in his bag till he is being rescued. He is lucky. "If your are prepared, you shall not fear" written in the holy scriptures.

Build a Kit (Courtesy of www.72hour.com)

After a major disaster the usual services we take for granted, such as running water, refrigeration, and telephones, may be unavailable. Experts recommend that you should be prepared to be self-sufficient for at least three days. Store your household disaster kit in an easily accessible location. Put contents in a large, watertight container (e.g. a large plastic garbage can with a lid and wheels) that you can move easily.

Your basic emergency kit should include:
  • Water – one gallon per person per day
  • Food – ready to eat or requiring minimal water
  • Manual can opener and other cooking supplies
  • Plates, utensils and other feeding supplies
  • First Aid kit & instructions
  • A copy of important documents & phone numbers
  • Warm clothes and rain gear for each family member.
  • Heavy work gloves
  • Disposable camera
  • Unscented liquid household bleach and an eyedropper for water purification
  • Personal hygiene items including toilet paper, feminine supplies, hand sanitizer and soap
  • Plastic sheeting, duct tape and utility knife for covering broken windows
  • Tools such as a crowbar, hammer & nails, staple gun, adjustable wrench and bungee cords.
  • Blanket or sleeping bag
  • Large heavy duty plastic bags and a plastic bucket for waste and sanitation
  • Any special-needs items for children, seniors or people with disabilities. Don’t forget water and supplies for your pets.
A component of your disaster kit is your Go-bag. Put the following items together in a backpack or another easy to carry container in case you must evacuate quickly. Prepare one Go-bag for each family member and make sure each has an I.D. tag. You may not be at home when an emergency strikes so keep some additional supplies in your car and at work, considering what you would need for your immediate safety.
  • Flashlight
  • Rope
  • Pocket mirror for daylight reflection
  • Radio – battery operated
  • Batteries
  • Whistle
  • Dust mask
  • Pocket knife
  • Emergency cash in small denominations and quarters for phone calls
  • Sturdy shoes, a change of clothes, and a warm hat
  • Local map
  • Some water and food
  • Permanent marker, paper and tape
  • Photos of family members and pets for re-identification purposes
  • List of emergency point-of -contact phone numbers
  • List of allergies to any drug (especially antibiotics) or food
  • Copy of health insurance and identification cards
  • Extra prescription eye glasses, hearing aid or other vital personal items
  • Prescription medications and first aid supplies
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Extra keys to your house and vehicle
  • Any special-needs items for children, seniors or people with disabilities. Don’t forget to make a Go-bag for your pets.
Emergencies can happen any day, anywhere, and at any time. Over and over on the news, we see individuals who are not prepared at all for emergencies. These people are in great danger, even for their lives, and have relied heavily on others to rescue them. The purpose of a 72 hour emergency kit is to fulfill our basic needs until further help arrives. Usually three days substance is sufficient for your emergency kit, to help you survive until other assistance can come. This article is to help you be prepared for unexpected emergencies that can and do come. I used my emergency kit not to long ago when I was stuck in Mexico. I had it in my car at the time, and it came in very handy. Read these steps in this article to help you know how to prepare a 72-hour kit for yourself. -see eHow

Photo courtesy of http://selfreliantsisters.blogspot.com/

Sample videos on 72 Hour Kit

Have a great day!!!


50 Greatest Moves

In random order:

1. First Magical shot - Backward shot off the board and swished to the hoop. (against Gori look a-like)
2. Two winning super-baby hook shot. (weapon against taller players I did in my high school Physical Education Game)
3. Bradpete-Jordan's double-cross shot.(highlights favorite move I done it in our our crucial pivotal turning point of the game in last minute of the game)
4. Four straight no-look backward 15feet-shots. (w/ American, Filipino missionaries & few spectator amazed in the unbelievable shots)
5. No-look in their face combination Jordan's double-cross & hook shot off the glass & all net to the hoof. (vs. great player name Morton)
6. The 360-degree high arcing shot off the top of the glass and swishing. (against great top shooter and he said, how did you do that?)
7. Survive triple-team L.O.V.E. Rukawa-Sendoh alike 3-pt.play slashing lay up.(vs. 3 big men)
8. Playing hurt w/ ankle injury sustained in 2nd quarter via fast break play. I made the basket successfully but collided and sandwich by couple of players chasing me till in the mid air, then my body in twisting motion landed my right foot twisted carrying the whole weight of my body. I suffered ankle sprain. During the mid of 4th quarter down by four breaking the defense of double-team Sendoh-alike move or like bowling or marble shot of the glass.(the turning-point to win the game, boasting the moral of my team then they spark, I played 40 minutes or the entire game in injury never-say-die attitude. The next day I can't walked 2nd-3rd day it's so hard to walked in 7th day I can run and play but not 100%)
9. No-look reverse lay-up.(vs. 3 KSA defense)
10.Bradpete Time like Miller-Time/Mitsui-alike 4-straight 3 points swishing beyond 1-meter from the 3-pt arc to spread out the lead.(3-points highlights everybody amazed)
11.Superman shot.(45 degree in the air vs. a big 6-footer, and vs. double-team even if suffering with back injury)
12.High-arcing shots.(like balloon in the air fly high then down to the rim vs. big men)
13.Two straight balloon or high arcing- 3pts. and 2 sharp 3pts. shots.(as 3pts. expert)
14.Sky hoop in the 3pt. arc. (I did two straight hook shots in three point territory)
15.No-look reverse or backward 3pts. shot. (vs Filipino Street ball player, vs. Korean University Students)
16.Mid-court shots. (many times, 2-straight 2x)
17.Farthest shot. (at free-throw-line of the other goal or so called full court shot)
18.The One-Handed Orthodox shot. (Mark Caguioa or Iverson move)
19.Behind the board jump shot. (many times as one of my entertaining moves, Larry Bird similarity)
20.Behind the board lay up. (many times to surprised spectators & opponents)
21.Body & finger roll shot. (Like-Street Fighter Ryo & Ken Oreoken uppercut punch but lay-up to trick defenders and entertain the crowd)
22.Perfect 100% field goal games. [3x] (8 out of 8), (6 out of 6) and (2 of 2)
23.Double hand lay up (many times). Razz
24.The bounce-shot. Shocked
25.The Tomahawk Dunk in Streetball. (many times) Shocked
26.15feet Super-lay up. (surprised the defense of big men)
27.Bonus Point. (a flashy opponent guard I guarded, before he cross the mid-center court line. I let him took a lay up on our goal cos he was in the state of confusion, everybody laughing out loud while I pretended play defense on him and he made a successful lay up on our goal. I'm the nearest player in our goal I get the added bonus two point to my stats)
28.Steal and Lay-up.(Off the inbound play)
29.Catch and Shoot. (the 1-second shot/my fastest shot)
30.Super Running Hook shots. (vs.Inter-barangay player, vs Varsity Players)
31.Coast to Coast lay up. (One man show when my teammates said go ahead and when I feel it)
32.Fastbreak Finisher via assist fed by any of my teammates. (many times)
33.Under-goal put back.(many times)
34.Good bounce and Goal in. Very Happy (many times)
35.Double knock- out shot. (jump shot high loop down the basket all net through the opponent's head, pog!)
36.The winning back to back lay up. (vs. Riversiders)
37.Head and Shoulder fake and drive to the basket. (many times)
38.The Cross-over. Shocked
39.The highest throw and goal in. Laughing
40.Side-steps move. (many times)
41.Turn-around jumper. (vs. Big man)
42.Pump fake & Shot. (many times)
43.Fade the Way Shot.(graceful shot)
44.Tap board lay up. (for sound effect only)
45.Alley hoop lay up. (Skyhigh), (many times)
46.Block and Shoot. (I block and the ball straight to the hoop opponent's score)
47.Mid-court alley hoop turn long shoot.(The 6-foot guy is on the under-goal anticipate the alley-hoop play, then I felt I make it strong to make a long shot via baseball pass. The ball hit the rim then goes up high then the gravity put it down swishing to the hoop. One of the player said, "Did you see that?")
48.Follow-up shot. (many times)
49.Long throw and goal in Laughing (many times)
50.Rebound, dribbling the ball in fast break play as I step on the 3pt. arc I jump as high to make a drop pass but I turn my head and the ball twice and instead I saw opposing teams on defense, before I landed to the floor I saw the rim and throw the ball and goal in. (The longest stay in the air everyone amazed even me, "what kind of move is that!" my friend said. Like Dr. J, Jordan & Carter in the air) {Unbelievable !!!} (Divine intervention cos I play fairly)
Other Bradpete's Moves:


1. Lay-up in three point area and in mid-court line (many times with Koreans)
2. Back pass to the left for assist play but off the board and goal in (while teaching my Korean room mate how to play basketball).
3. Made a swished shot behind the back post of the goal (many times) (unbelievable)
4. Made a three pointer while being covered by two giant Korean. (even I can't saw the goal that I fell where it was, practice makes perfect)
5. Along the three point line in the corner. I walked and till the rim is totally covered by the goal young men anticipated my attempt. Then I did and high arcing shot the I saw the ball swishing the net soundly load "Swak!" Yeah!!! and laughter. (Unbelievable)
6. Behind the board I threw the ball in spinning motion then bounced to the floor in effect towards the hoop and in. (Unbelievable)
7. In dying minutes the vs the powerhouse and perennial champs. They made rally and threaten us they have so tight defenses but I waiting to the corner side of the court and asking the ball then finally passed to me. Then, I launches the 3 - point bomb and pops. (winning moment)
8. Bank shot 3-pointer vs NCAA USA.
9. Save the ball behind the board by pushed high up to the hoop. (unbelievable) (3x)
10. Shoot out game. Backward free throw and mid-court shot. (unbelievable with all Koreans)
11. Switching right to the left bending lay-up vs MVP player (2x)
12. Zigzagging vs 4 Koreans.
13. Double-cross vs defenders then the ball bounces many times before going in to the hoop.
14. Game winner stop and pop swishing to the basket
15. Similar to Dr. J deep under-goal lay-up .
In your face lay-up pump before I landed to the floor, I released and bank shot to the hole. (Amazing move)
17. Slashing Tomahawk Dunk vs two defenders in mini-full-court streetball in Bicol.

18. Three straight backward free throw shots with Koreans (Unbelievable Fun)
19. Mid-court backward shot bounce in free throw line, then good bounces in the rim and board
before goal in.
(Unbelievable Fun)
20. NBA comparison to my play = Jordan, Magic, Bird, Kobe, Lebron James & Jabar in offensive play; Jayson Williams in passing the leather; Yao Ming in blocking the ball (But I thing it's like Andrei Kirilengko). Dwyane Wade "D-Wade" in no look shots unbelievable lay-up. My personal analysis I played also like Earl "The Pearl" Monroe or "Black Jesus", Rick Barry and Pete "Pistol Pete" Maravich for their amazing moves in the hoops. PBA (Philippine Basketball Association) comparative to Samboy Lim "the Skywalker", Allan "the Triggerman" Caidic are Asian Finest in 1986 & 1990. Vergel "the Areal Voyager" Meneses & Mark "the Spark" Caguioa. I'm happy cos before I'm just a 2nd grade streetballer. Now they compared me with the greats & legends of basketball. Koreans calls me "Freestyle". And my last game with Woosuk University students in a streetball game, I made 20 points with my Filipino youth brethren and we won in score of 50 - 47. Koreans are tall and strong rebounders. Always played great basic basketball. Our only edge, basketball is no.1 ball game in Philippines and most watch than any other sports and our passion. Even nowadays some mens passion are computer games & billiards. There are many leagues here like Professional ushered by 2nd oldest pro-league PBA, Liga Philipinas from merge leagues, and the newest Asean Basketball League (ABL) inter-Asean countries with 2 international imports & 1 to 3 Filipinos imports the rest are locals line-up except RP Patriots team, semi-pro PBL. Two famous University - College basketball in the land the UAAP & NCAA. And two more university - college hoop leagues. And local amatures like inter-towns, inter-barangay & the inter-colors. The smallest is 3 on 3 streetball leagues. I saw also played tune ups in mini-full court basketball in some parts of Albay & Angeles City. Some times I dunk on these 9 ft. rims, the Tomahawk Dunk. If you visit my country there are lots of basketball court from covered like coliseums, semi-covered courts, open courts, sreetballs in semi-busy streets & under the big trees. The smallest basketball goal is like the size of softball circumference and the ball is green tennis ball used by 7-12 years old in late 80s and early 90s. Usually under the trees like mango & coconut.

1. Box out - (positioning)
2. Timing
3. High up
4. Two-handed clamp rebound in crowded paint area against same height and below.
5. One-handed sickle rebound in crowded paint area against 6-footers.

1. Overhead no-look pass.
2. Magic bounce pass, spinning bounce pass.
3. Jason Williams-a-like wing pass.
4. Fancy pass.
5. Bullet pass.
6. Unselfish ice-drop pass.
7. Fake jump shot - pass.
8. No - look pass (game winner assist)
9. Backward overhead pass.
10. Perfect baseball pass in fastbreak.
11. Bowling pass.
12. Back pass to the left.

1. The Swiper.(Sultanate of Swipe vs. point guards & dribblers)
2. The Mister Fantastic hand.(against mid-range pass)
3. Superman High-up in the air.(Man of Steal against fast break)
4. Operation Hijack (Stole the ball from the back against best point guards)
5. Two handed blocked and stole the ball in the mid air.
6. No-look steals (pretending looking partially to the opposite side while anticipate, feel and partially watch passer facial & eyes movement. When he pass even it is bullet pass my arms quickly swipe the leather) (many times)
7. Radar hands in swiping and blocking.

1. Timing
2. Tap board/pakat
3. 2-handed umbrella
4. Inspected like AK47 Kirlenko's block against jump shots (long arms)
5. High reach middle finger block

6. Blocking interbarangay players, varsity players, international players, MVP players.
7. Blocking Americans, Koreans & Tongans in tune up games.
8. No-look blocks (surprised offensive slashers)
9. I blocked a guy but he took away my right hand using is left hand but instinctively my left
blocked him, the players and spectators are laughing.
10. A guy zigzagging and fake me in mid-air but my radar hand followed and blocked him. Yeah!
11. I follow my feeling when I block even great big point guard, super power forward and slasher
experts. I thank the Supreme Being for my long arms.


1. Box 1 (Shut down a power forward scorer in 4th quarter. 6-foot forward)
2. Averaging 2 blocks/game.
3. Guarded left wing in zone defense.
4. Little Giant as a shooting guard in offense/center in defense.
5. Timely got the boards/ right place at the right time for rebound.
6. Timely swiping (steals).
7. Intimidate the ball handler.

2016 LDS Basketball League

Season high: 42 points
6 of 7 three pointer: 85.7%
5 of 5 in 2nd half: 100%

Best scoring average:

2 straight games: 35 ppg.
3 straight games: 27.3 ppg.
4 straight games: 25.5 ppg.
5 straight games: 20.8 ppg.
6 straight games: 18.5 ppg.
7 straight games: 17.7 ppg.


Most Entertaining Player (M.E.P.)


Acknowledge Best Player of the Game despite member of the losing team against the season eventual champion team in last elimination game.


Basketball Trinity Legends

They are called the Legends in World of Basketball. Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Larry "Legend" Bird and Michael "Air" Jordan. All of them they carry their teams to the Championships after championships. They are multi-MVP's in Regular Seasons, Finals and All-Stars. They are Olympian Gold Medalists and the core of USA Dream Team in 1992 Barcelona Spain Olympics. Unbeatable and amazingly spectacular moves in game by game. They are all clutch shooters. Game winning performers. Magic in half-court swish shot game winner. Terrible in assist department with spectacular magic spell passing. The winning long bank shot & junior, junior sky hook vs Celtics. Bird's awesome behind the board jump shot, winning 3-pointers, winning steals, unstoppable set shot. Basic basketball maestro is sparking in scoring, rebounds and passing. He can block and steal the ball unspectedly. Jordan known the greatest. 10 times scoring leader, unbeatable in NBA Finals, Aireal territorial dunking, master of fadeaway shot, dunking champ, game winner performer, done a block-steal of the board against a scoring opponent, The Airness is incredible. They are the NBA Trio Legends. Basketball gods ...

Magic Johnson Top Plays

Larry Bird Top Plays

Michael Jordan Top Plays


Philippine Bird Stamps

Philippine Bird Stamps

Stamp collection is a great hobby and venture. I met lots of people and students who loves to collect the local and international stamps. My collections are Philippines - 92 pieces, USA - 65; Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) - 32; New Zealand - 20; United Arab Emirates (UAE) - 7; Canada - 4; Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and Samoa - 3 apiece; Great Britain - 2; China, El Salvador, Finland, Guatemala, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Taiwan and Tonga with 1 apiece. 21 countries and territories. In any varieties of floral/flowers, birds, nationals, mountains, buildings, events, fishes, fruits, flags, symbols, mammals, seas, transportation, leaders, people, heroes, heroine, cartoons, holidays, icons, sports, Olympics, butterflies, aviation, religions, plants, etc.

My newest are from: Trinidad and Tobago, Brazil, Germany, Ukraine , Thailand, Russia and Malaysia.

How to collect used stamps with care?
  1. When you found stamps in an envelope cut it with at least 3 - 5 mm allowance from the stamp itself.
  2. Soak the stamps in cup of water.
  3. After 10 minutes, the stamps and paper will separate while some are still attach but very easy to separate.
  4. Let it dry.
  5. Post your stamps to your favorite collection books, albums or frames. Or send your extra to your friends or pen-pal stamps collectors.



I love collecting stamps from local to international. I received and sent thousands of letters across the planet. I do met 50 nationalities personally in my country. Thousands of Americans, hundreds of Koreans, more than fifties Samoans, Tongans and New Zealander. Some Chinese and Indians (India) in downtown & market sites. And at least one of the following nationalities. Miss Earth 2005 pageant Miss South Africa blonde South African woman, sexy and gorgeous women like Miss Thailand, Miss Taiwan, Miss Nicaragua, Miss Bolivia, Miss Canada, Miss Mauritius, Miss Latvia, Miss United Kingdom, Miss Cameroon, Miss Nuie Island, Miss Ghana, Miss Samoa, Miss Nigeria, Miss Bahamas, Miss Afghanistan, Miss Pakistan, Miss China the cutie I'm the only one talk to her cos she didn't speak English only Mandarin. Cutie eyes Miss Egypt and Miss Mexico. My pretty friends Miss Macedonia the porcelain skin, Miss Puerto Rico so Filipina-Spanish look tan skin beauty, Miss Netherlands kissed me, Miss Poland she's so beautiful and typical Euro skin, Gorgeous Miss Korea good in English and so lovely Miss Malaysia look like Tsinay cutie girl. I met a Japanese cute student in Angeles City. An Arab tourist in countyside. Met lots of Polynesian Islanders from Brigham Young University BYU-Hawaii. A Sudanese man on the phone. A lovely and kind Finnish penpal. Some I met in basketball games, South East Asian Games, conferences and gathering activities. A cutie Laos Woman sport deligation. Post crossing is a great hobby or venture in life nowadays and lots of people are pretty excited in doing this wonderful collection and friendship around the globe. And it is goodwill and peace in the world cos no barrier on sharing the culture from the four corners of the Earth. www.postcrossing.com is great website for post crossing and meeting people via postcard swap or trade. I followed the postcrossers' blogs like Collect ROC, Dorincard, Travel Postcard, Trupti Travels, Bohemia Collection, Send A Postcard Save Life, Carol Post Crossing Journey, Postcrossing and Stamps, My Postcard World, Shaunna's Postcrossing and Postcard Addiction, 3,349 World Postcard Challenge, Tulipost, Hello's From Everywhere, JANE B Enajpostcards, A Postcard Day, WWF Covers and Stamps, Stamp Collecting Blog Raivointie 1, e-philex, mysouvenirs-klmircea.blogspot, A Postcard Day, smspostcard.blogspot, Stampstraveller, Postcard A La Carte, My UNESCO WHS Postcards, Stamps A La Carte, Postcard A L a Carte2 , Dispostcard, The Pinay Postcrosser, angpostcard.blogspot, Lara's Cards and More, jasmine.postcard, Sunday Postcard Art, Postman, Europa Stamps, MB's Stamps of India, Send & Received, The Stamp Collecting Round Up, Rainbow Stamp Club, My Favorite Stamps, Rainbow Stamp Exchange, eD@HoMe, Lets Talk Stamps, Se-tenant stamps, Encycloworld Heritage Postcard, Borek99's Postcards, MY OLYMPIC PHILATELY, Abhisheks Postcrossing Journey, My Banknotes Collection, My Watercraft Philately, Orange Dreamer, Postcard Journey Around The World, Ana Postcards, Cheema Postcard, Ninocas Postcards, Hello's from everywhere, The Whole World in Postcard, Licia's Postcard Blog, Postcardy, Postcard From You, My Cool Cover Collection, Filocartia, Ulvikaru Postcards, Julie's Postcard, postcardkris.blogspot, Gem's World Postcard, 9teen87's Postcards, cpaphil vintage postcard, martinha-cards.blogspot.com, Ganesh Blog, Flienie's blog, Bryanna's Postcard Blog, Astro's Stamps Blog, Gone With The Postcard Blog, Jota's Postcard Blog, Marineko's Postcard Blog, My Card For Trade, Marcia's Postcard Blog, Ansichtskarten and more, Deltiology, ghitagabrieladrian.blogspot, World Nice Postcard, stampsmet.blogspot, Johan Postcard, Postcard Worldwide, Letter on my mailbox, Album de estampillas, Island Stamps, M's Mailbox and more to mention like Postcrossingcostarica and 711collection.blogspot.com. Meet this people around the world.
The postcard photo is the Cultural Center of the Philippines. I like cultural show I watched from Polynesians and some Asians The BYU-Hawaii Showcase and local Florante at Laura. I participated also in stage singing group, choir, acapella solo; dancing- solo, retro and cultural, Filipino Folk dance, 2008 Korean cultural-"Kapturi & Kapsuni", last January 2009" Nobody But You" by Wonder Girls -Korean Modern; stage play like roadshow champion"The King Who Never Show His Face", Family, Family Home Evening, Comedy Skit, The Mormon Pioneer and Nemo.


Dynamic Duo

The best dynamic duos in NBA are:
  1. Kareem Abdul Jabar and Magic Johnson - LA Lakers
  2. Karl Malone "The Mailman" and John Stockton - Utah Jazz
  3. Larry Bird and Kevin Mc Hale - Boston Celtics
  4. Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen - Chicago Bulls
  5. Bill Russel and Bob Cousy - Boston Celtics
  6. Kareem Abdul Jabar and Oscar Robertson - Milwaukee Bucks
  7. Julius Erving "Dr. J" and Moses Malone - Philadelphia 76rs
  8. Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe "Black Mamba" Bryant - LA Lakers
  9. Tim Duncan and David Robinson - San Antonio Spurs
  10. Isaiah Thomas and Joe Dumars - Detroit Pistons
Others are: West & Chamberlain -LA Lakers, Greer & Cunningham - Syracuse Nationals, West & Baylor - LA Lakers, Ewing & Starks - NY Knicks, Kemp & Payton - Seattle Supersonics, Nowitski & Nash - Dallas Mavericks, Sloan & Van Lier - Chicago Bulls, Wade & O'Neal - Miami Heats, O'Neal & Hardaway - Orlando Magic, Parker & Duncan - San Antonio Spurs, Olajuwon & Drexler - Houston Rockets. Bryant and Gasol - LA Lakers.


Barangay Ginebra San Miguel

2013-14 Opening, muse Marian Rivera

This is true numerology thinks that India and China believes the Lucky 7. The Hebrews that numbers is the number of the Almighty God the Perfect 7 many people believed. In Bible it is mentioned many times like 7th day, 7 seals, 7 candlesticks, 7 sheeps, 7 years, 7 times 70, 7 plagues, 7 head-dragon (beast), 7 men, 70s, and 7 weeks. In other famous stories like Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, 7 Deadly Sins, 7 Virtues, 7th Heaven, 7 Seas, 7 Mountains, etc. And the real things like 7 Oceans, 7 Continents, 7 Days of the Week, 7 Ancient Wonders, 7 New Wonders, There is a real story in the Philippines Basketball Association team Barangay Ginebra Kings. There last Championship in 1997 led by playing coach Big J "The Living Legend" Jaworski. His jersey number is 7 and is the Oldest Profesional Basketball Player in the World who retired at 52 years old (5+2=7). He also played with his son in the court Dudot Jaworski Jr. jersey #52 (5+2=7). Then they had championship drought in 7 years. Then after 7 years 2004 in the first Philippine Fiesta Cup the transition tournament, 7-11 win-loss record and they they enter playoffs at number 7th seeded at Wild Card Phase they survived vs Sta. Lucia Realtors, then quarterfinals [2-1(1-1) vs a PBA teams (1-0) vs University of British Columbia (UBC Thunderbirds)] and the most trailing semi finals (2-1 vs TNT Phonepals) and finals (3-1 vs Red Bull Barako) 7th win to captured the title in July (7th month) 7, 2004. 7 wins against PBA teams in the entire playoffs. The lowest seeded team ever seeded number 7 to win the championship trophy. Eric Menk is the season MVP and Finals MVP thier import is Toraye Braggs later played in NBA. The opponent coach said "It is by Divine intervention" the Destiny. And my first basketball game at 20s in a league, I made 7 points. Great 7 of 7 history. Magnificent 7777777.

Ginebra's Never Say Die Spirit [1986 - 2008 videos]

Jaworski and the history of Never Say Die Attitude
from National Geographic

Solenn Heusaff

Anne Curtis

The Best Plays of Barangay Ginebra Kings

Jaworski Era

Ginebra Na Era

The Gordon Gin Boars roar as import Chris King with injury scored is first 2 points in last exactly 2 minutes of the game then he made another basket and finished with 4 points then the winning trey of the Pido "the Fireman" Jarencio and they won by that solitary point. (Game 3 Highlights)

The 1991 First Conference Finals (Greatest comeback in any best of 7 series championship in PBA history down from 1-3 deficit and take the last 3 games until this moment Jaworski-Distrito 2 seconds play, never say die team)

Ginebra Songs

Ginebrang Ginebra 
by: Bayang Barrios

Pag Nananalo Ang Ginebra

Nang Maging Champion Ang Ginebra


1986 Reinforce Conference
1988 All Filipino Conference
*1988 PBA-IBA World Challenge Cup 
1991 First Conference
1997 Commissioner's Cup
2004 Fiesta Cup
2004-05 Philippine Cup
2006-07 Philippine Cup
2008 Fiesta Cup

* 4 - Team Special Tournament (not PBA Tournament)


July 8, 2012

Robert Jaworski retired jersey.

Bobby Jaworski and his legendary jersey

Meralco Jersey - MICAA

Sonny Jaworski PBA Jerseys

The Birth of Never Say Die Team

Robert Jaworkski with Mark Caguioa with current players and legends of BGK 
August 4, 2012

Mark "the Spark" Caguioa captured 2011-12 PBA MVP at age 32 same as Big J in 1978 season of PBA.

After Big J the BGK Big 3 follows Eric Menk, Jayjay Helterbrand & Mark Caguiao as PBA MVP.

Never Say Die BGSM Epic Games
Ginebra, Ginebra, Ginebra ...

Fireman Jarencio big three dish out by Mr. Adrenaline Gayoso
 to take Game 3 by one point vs Alaska Milkmen, 
Gordon Boars 3-0 lead in best of 7 series.

LA Tenorio's Magic AFC 2013-14

Bal David's Big Three AFC 1997

Barangay Ginebra Kings 2012-2013 Super Rookie CHRIS ELLIS

Jayjay Helterbrand winning shot

The King & Princes of the BGSM of mid 90s

Sunday Salvacion big 3

2008 PBA Fiesta Cup never say die championship w/ Chris Alexander the Great

Bozeman for the win

Tenorio long range bomb

David and Goliath beat the TJ Hotdogs

The lucky bounce game winning shot

BGSM almost miss the playoffs run in streak of 10 years
continues as they eliminated TNT out of playoffs for the
first time since became a powerhouse team.

Six straight points in 54 seconds vs Powerade

Trailing by 5 in 55 seconds win vs Shopinas 

Trailing by 5 in just 15 seconds beat Meralco Bolts

H-Bomb laying lay-up

The Epic twice to beat disadvantage versus 2nd seeded Rain or Shine 04/22/2013

Japeth Aguilar 3 and crucial block vs TNT AFC 2014

Down by double digit deficit at half time
Jaworski gave advice and they
took Game 6 AFC Semi-Final 2014

I-Witness MAGIC ng Ginebra

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