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‘Atomic Jihad’, Concerns About Iran’s Nuclear Program

By: Gene Davis Posted: December-17-2009 in
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Joel Gilbert’s new political documentary, Atomic Jihad, focuses on the Iranian nuclear program and the Obama administration’s foreign policy toward Iran and the Muslim world. The official film website with film trailer can be seen here. On December 12, 2009, Paul Belanger spoke with Gilbert in Los Angeles:

Paul Belanger: Why do you believe Ahmadinejad is preparing a "Coming War for Islamic Revival"?

Above And Beyond The Call Of Duty

By: Gene Davis Posted: September-25-2009 in
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Not long ago I had the distinct pleasure of attending a meeting of the Angeles City Philippines Chapter of the Disabled American Veterans. It was held at the
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post, also in Angeles City.

The Long Road To Subic Bay

By: Gene Davis Posted: September-12-2009 in
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I remember when traveling from Angeles City to Subic Bay was a nightmare. Between the two lane road filled with moon crater sized potholes, endless unfinished construction projects, detours, traffic accidents, and traffic; not to mention kids on bikes, livestock, dogs, cats, and an endless count of chickens on the road, the trip usually took at least 2 ½ to 3 hours!

Moving to and living in the Philippines

By: Gene Davis Posted: September-12-2009 in
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Types of Visas to Live in the Philippines---

Many readers here are looking to move to and live in the Philippines. I am sure many of you have researched the hows and whys of moving here but I thought it might be of interest to those who have not.

The information I will give will be as accurate as I can find, but realize the laws here change and some of my research might be out dated. So I suggest you verify this information yourself before making the big plunge.

Montezuma’s revenge “Philippine style”

By: Gene Davis Posted: September-12-2010 in
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Montezuma’s revenge “Philippine style” is most often caused by eating or drinking something that is made with local unpurified water or something cooked in or with the water that has not been cooked long enough to kill the bacteria.

While most foods are okay to eat here and present no problem to our digestive tract; the sauces that come with local foods (mostly sold by street vendors) are sometimes cooked with local water that has not been boiled or cooked long enough.
Even the ice served in your favorite drinks at large restaurants can be suspect.

Hooked On Pizza

By: Gene Davis Posted: June-22-2010 in
Gene Davis

Ever since I was a kid growing up in Southern California, my favorite food has been pizza. You know the kind of pizza I mean. Pizza dripping with mozzarella cheese and every topping imaginable. The kind that smells good even two blocks away from the pizza parlor!

Well, today I took a ride into Angeles City to visit a friend of mine. While there, I found that he is selling a complete pizza restaurant full of all the equipment needed to run a business! Everything from ovens, mixers, prep tables, etc etc etc.

Disabled American Veterans---Angeles City Outreach: January 28, 2010

By: Gene Davis Posted: January-19-2010 in
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Disabled American Veterans
Theodore B. House Memorial Chapter 3
Donald Paul Appartelle 2, Clarkview
Angeles City, Philippines
Tel: (045) 892-6374
E-Mail: dav3ac [at] comclark [dot] com
Special Information Bulletin (SIB)
14 January 2010
From: ACS InfoManila
Subject: PSA: Angeles City Outreach: January 28, 2010
Date: Wednesday, 13 January, 2010, 5:25 PM

Happy New Year To All

By: Gene and Viol Davis Posted: December-29-2009 in
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From Gene, Viol, and Ynna Davis

Angeles City, Philippines...

Fathers and Sons: A Remarkable Relationship

By: Gene Davis Posted: December-06-2009 in
Gene Davis

Fathers and sons can play a critical role in helping each other become the best that they can be.
Elder M. Russell Ballard
Of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles

If You Are Over 40 You Will Love This

By: Gene Davis Posted: December-03-2009 in
Gene Davis

When I was a kid, adults used to bore me to tears with their tedious diatribes about how hard things were. When they were growing up; what with walking Twenty-five miles to school every morning...Uphill... barefoot...BOTH ways Yadda, yadda, yadda

And I remember promising myself that when I grew up, there was no way in hell I was going to lay a bunch of crap like that on my kids about how hard I had it and how easy they've got it!

But now that I'm over the ripe old age of thirty, I can't help but look around and notice the youth of today.


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