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ABB,

i began reading THE LOST SYMBOL (TLS) in earnest in the evening of friday and finished it mid-morning of saturday. but what did i forego? friday's PBB and bugsy's saturday class outing at mabua beach!!!

but it was worth it!

i haven't visited any TLS discussion board and am sure, everything (good and bad) has already been posted there. i haven't read reviews of TLS except that of jessica zafra who didn't quite like it.

three words for TLS: OH! MY! GOD!

as you said, it's a real page turner like DA VINCI CODE. and i really didn't expect the BEAUTIFUL twist in the end! fcuk you, dan brown, for being so skilled!

the twist was so gratifying it made me recall another novel, BY REASON OF INSANITY, even as i repeatedly told myself----oh!my!god!

i texted binignit i'm done with TLS and he said to not discuss it here with yous as he is still halfway. which means, he bought another hardbound book in cebu! :roll

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ABB,

i began reading THE LOST SYMBOL (TLS) in earnest in the evening of friday and finished it mid-morning of saturday. but what did i forego? friday's PBB and bugsy's saturday class outing at mabua beach!!!

but it was worth it!

i haven't visited any TLS discussion board and am sure, everything (good and bad) has already been posted there. i haven't read reviews of TLS except that of jessica zafra who didn't quite like it.

three words for TLS: OH! MY! GOD!

as you said, it's a real page turner like DA VINCI CODE. and i really didn't expect the BEAUTIFUL twist in the end! fcuk you, dan brown, for being so skilled!

the twist was so gratifying it made me recall another novel, BY REASON OF INSANITY, even as i repeatedly told myself----oh!my!god!

i texted binignit i'm done with TLS and he said to not discuss it here with yous as he is still halfway. which means, he bought another hardbound book in cebu! :roll


K-Spy,

Yay…very cool. Thrilled you liked it. :D

We preordered TLS so it was in our mailbox the day it sold in stores. Alexa read it first and gave it two thumbs up.

I know what you mean...I want it straight from the horse's mouth too that’s why when she and ambassador siazon discussed it, I kept away. When i read a book, would like to start with a clean slate. I enjoy forming my own opinion, devoid of thoughts and comments of others.

I have two questions for your three words: Is he working on his next novel? When is the target release date? :-D Buzzed in the air has it that he's taking a leave of absence, hope not for long. Notice his frequent use of italic? :-D


Hahahaha… WOW...sound as though you’ve been “illuminated”! And saw the face of, not “god” but GOD. Yeah it's satisfying. As most bookworms'd say: way better than sex. :-D

Brilliant, yes! Marvelous ending, yes! And…. I get this… this...thing… this… vibe… that somehow he’s trying to ABSOLVE himself for what DA VINCI CODE has done. :-D As in, smooth the ruffled feathers and restore the faith. :-D (You know how fictional Langdon kept his lecture notes? Wish I could get a glimpse at Brown’s research notes…his legal yellow pad where he doodled symbols and jotted down various ideas).

At TLS's very beginning (Langdon and Pam’s exchanged at the tarmac), I gasped at how Brown poked fun at DVC?. I appreciate his humor. Grab the bull by the horn, needled those four lines. And four lines were all it took to do the trick and be done with it. :-D Very clever! Nothing beats at having the last word ha?. :-D

Ops Binig, I planned to say as little as possible but I may have said too much. Sorry, you know me, rapid-fire when I get excited. 8-[ :-D


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Abi mo, the first thing I told Alexa was, Tito Halley is a Mason. She asked, oh so he has a ring? Maybe. I said. Then I continued: I'm sure Tito Halley has masonic insignias be it on his silver pen or bracelet or in his cars. :)

Hain nakaw… hala na dayon kay, being a mason, ikaw day maka confirm nan inin mga details. I hope you're at liberty to discuss it.

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bagan di naa ako katubag kay galibut kay kami intiro caraga kay part sa ako nan audit team for DTI internal quality management audit. kara-kara kami kay sa december na sa lagi an amo ISO accreditation. kuman na week agusan sur. next week, surigao norte and agusan norte.

kuman yadi ako sa sanfo.

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I bought the book again when I got to the airport in Detroit. I should have bought it at National, mucho cheapo. Continue reading it during my lay over and on the flight back to RDU. Finish it Wednesday night. Pirmi pao, way turug kay ga basa. But it's worth it. Highly recommended.


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Binig,

How about an insider's insight? :-D

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I have a ring and an emblem on my Truck.


aw amo, binigs? wa ko sa gud manotar kay nan pagkadi mo sa ako buhatan, yadton imo balitaw in bad-ay an imo alima sanan braso sa ako lamisa, mga oro china da sa adton ga kidlap-kidlap. :-D


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I bought the book again when I got to the airport in Detroit. I should have bought it at National, mucho cheapo. Continue reading it during my lay over and on the flight back to RDU. Finish it Wednesday night. Pirmi pao, way turug kay ga basa. But it's worth it. Highly recommended.


from the minute the knife was introduced, i knew for certain that it was from that man in the Bible. but really now, i didn't see the twist coming that it completely floored me. when everything became apparent, it was then that i slapped myself twice in the face for being so stupid as to miss the connection when it was all there all along!

what about you, did you see the connection right there and then?

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Pirmi pao, way turug kay ga basa. But it's worth it. Highly recommended.


binigz,

pareho baya kitan indangatan. tubaga naa lagi yaon pangutana ko sa ibabaw. :-)

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Pirmi pao, way turug kay ga basa. But it's worth it. Highly recommended.


binigz,

pareho baya kitan indangatan. tubaga naa lagi yaon pangutana ko sa ibabaw. :-)


I have to read twice before I figure it out.


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Binig,

Indeed, you are a man of a few words. :-D

Aduy agaw an imo pangutana anhi ko dakan tubaga kay yaka lug-wa ako sa pm. Sambilawa pag utro you can't, I mean you CAN'T miss the resemblance.

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Binig,

Indeed, you are a man of a few words. :-D


abb,

apagripi apakopo!

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Binig,

Indeed, you are a man of a few words. :-D


abb,

apagripi apakopo!



K-Spy,

INTERLUDE - Dumdum kaw nan 1986 movie na Top Gun? I watched it over the weekend.

(For those of you who weren’t born yet when this movie top the box office, I lifted below from IMDb for you” :-D

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Iceman: You two really are cowboys.

Maverick: What's your problem, Kazanski?

Iceman: You're everyone's problem. That's because every time you go up in the air, you're unsafe. I don't like you because you're dangerous.

Maverick: That's right! Ice... man. I am dangerous.

Charlie: Excuse me, Lieutenant. Is there something wrong?

Maverick: Yes ma'am, the data on the MiG is inaccurate.

Charlie: How's that, Lieutenant?

Maverick: Well, I just happened to see a MiG 28 do a...

Goose: We!

Maverick: Uh, sorry, Goose. *We* happened to see a MiG 28 do a 4g negative dive.
Charlie: Where did you see this?

Maverick: Uh, that's classified.

Charlie: It's what?

Maverick: It's classified. I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.

Maverick: Tower, this is Ghost Rider requesting a flyby.

Air Boss Johnson: That's a negative, Ghost Rider, the pattern is full.

Viper: Good morning, gentlemen, the temperature is 110 degrees.

Wolfman: Holy shit, it's Viper!

Goose: Viper's up here, great... oh shit...

Maverick: Great, he's probably saying, "Holy shit, it's Maverick and Goose."

Goose: Yeah, I'm sure he's saying that.

Viper: In case some of you are wondering who the best is, they are up here on this plaque.

Viper: Do you think your name will be on that plaque?

Maverick: Yes, sir.

Viper: That's pretty arrogant, considering the company you're in.

Maverick: Yes, sir.

Viper: I like that in a pilot.

Viper: I flew with your old man. VF-51, the Oriskany. You're a lot like he was. Only better... and worse. He was a natural heroic son of a bitch that one.

Maverick: So he did do it right.

Viper: Yeah, he did it right... Is that’s why you fly the way you do? Trying to prove something? Yeah, your old man did it right. What I'm about to tell you is classified. It could end my career. We were in the worst dogfight I ever dreamed of. There were bogeys like fireflies all over the sky. His F-4 was hit, and he was wounded, but he could've made it back. He stayed in it, saved three planes before he bought it.

Maverick: How come I never heard that before?

Viper: Well, that's not something the State Department tells dependents when the battle occurred over the wrong line on some map.
Maverick: So you were there?

Viper: I was there. What's on your mind?

Maverick: My options, sir.

Viper: Simple. First you've acquired enough points to show up tomorrow and graduate with your Top Gun class, or you can quit. There'd be no disgrace. That spin was hell, it would've shook me up.

Maverick: So you think I should quit?

Viper: I didn't say that. The simple fact is you feel responsible for Goose and you have a confidence problem. Now I'm not gonna sit here and blow sunshine up your ass, Lieutenant. A good pilot is compelled to evaluate what's happened, so he can apply what he's learned. Up there, we gotta push it. That's our job. It's your option, Lieutenant. All yours.

Maverick: Sorry to bother you on a Sunday, sir, but thank you very much for your time.

Viper: No problem. Good luck.

Maverick: That son of a bitch cut me off!

Stinger: Maverick, you just did an incredibly brave thing. What you should have done was land your plane! You don't own that plane, the tax payers do! Son, your ego is writing checks your body can't cash. You've been busted! You lost your qualifications as section leader three times, put in hack twice by me, with a history of high speed passes over five air control towers, and one admiral's daughter!

Goose: Penny Benjamin?

Stinger: And you asshole, you're lucky to be here!

Goose: Thank you, sir.

Stinger: And let's not bullshit Maverick. Your family name ain't the best in the Navy. You need to be doing it better, and cleaner than the other guy. Now what is it with you?

Maverick: Just want to serve my country, be the best pilot in the Navy, sir.

Stinger: Don't screw around with me Maverick. You're a hell of an instinctive pilot. Maybe too good. I'd like to bust your butt but I can't. I got another problem here. I gotta send somebody from this squadron to Miramar. I gotta do something here, I still can't believe it. I gotta give you your dream shot! I'm gonna send you up against the best. You two characters are going to Top Gun.

Wolfman: [watching a video of planes being shot down] This gives me a hard on.

Hollywood: Don't tease me.

Viper: [discussing Maverick] Let me ask you something. If you had to go into battle, would you want him with you?

Jester: I don't know, I just don't know

Carole: Hey, Goose, you big stud!

Goose: That's me, honey.

Carole: Take me to bed or lose me forever.
Goose: Show me the way home, honey.


Slider: Goose, whose butt did you kiss to get in here anyway?

Goose: The list is long, but distinguished.

Slider: Yeah, well so is my Johnson.

Goose: The defense department regrets to inform you that your sons are dead because they were stupid.

Iceman: The plaque for the alternates is down in the ladies room.

Maverick: I think I'll go embarrass myself with Goose.

Maverick: This is what I call a target-rich environment.

Goose: You live your life between your legs, Mav.

Maverick: Goose, even you could get laid in a place like this.

Goose: Hell, I'd be happy to just find a girl that would talk dirty to me.

Maverick: I feel the need...

Maverick, Goose: ...the need for speed!

Maverick: You don't have time to think up there. If you think, you're dead.

Stinger: And if you screw up just this much, you'll be flying a cargo plane full of rubber dog shit out of Hong Kong!

Maverick: Yes, sir!

Iceman: You can be my wingman any time.

Maverick: Bullshit! You can be mine.

Stinger: They gave you your choice of duty, son. Anything, anywhere. Do you believe that shit? Where do you think you wanna go?

Maverick: I thought of being an instructor, sir.

Stinger: Top Gun?

Maverick: Yes, sir.

Stinger: God help us.

Charlie: What do you wanna do? Just drop down on the tile and go for it?

Maverick: No, actually I had this counter in mind.

Charlie: Great, that would be very, very comfortable, yeah.

Maverick: It could be.

Goose: No. No, Mav, this is not a good idea.

Maverick: Sorry, Goose, but it's time to buzz a tower.

Viper: Top Gun rules of engagement are written for your safety and for that of your team. They are not flexible, nor am I. Either obey them or you are history. Is that clear?

Goose: Come on, Mav, do some of that pilot shit!

Maverick: Too close for missles, I'm switching to guns.

Merlin: What are you doing? You're slowing down, you're slowing down!

Maverick: I'm bringing him in closer, Merlin.

Merlin: You're gonna do what?

Goose: [flying above MiG upside down] Is this your idea of fun, Mav?

Charlie: I'll have what he's having. Hemlock, is it?

Maverick: Ice water.

Maverick: [to Cougar and Merlin while up in the air] Any of you boys seen an aircraft-carrier around here?

Slider: Crashed and burned! Huh, Mav?

Maverick: Hey, Slider.

Maverick: You stink!

Charlie: Listen, can I ask you a personal question?
Maverick: That depends.

Charlie: Are you a good pilot?

Maverick: I can hold my own.

Charlie: Great, then I won't have to worry about you making your living as a singer.

Maverick: I'm going to need a beer to put these flames out. Yo! Great Mav, real slick.

Maverick: jesus crist, and you think I'm reckless? When I fly, I'll have you know that my crew and my plane come first.

Charlie: Well, I am going to finish my sentence, Lieutenant. My review of your flight performance was right on.

Maverick: Is that right?

Charlie: That is right, but I held something back. I see some real genius in your flying, Maverick, but I can't say that in there. I was afraid that everyone in the tax trailer would see right through me, and I just don't want anyone to know that I've fallen for you.

Carole: God, he loved flying with you Maverick. But he would've done it anyway... without you. He'd have hated it, but he would've done it.

Charlie: So, lieutenant, where exactly were you?

Maverick: Well, we...

Goose: Thank you.

Maverick: Started up on a 6, when he pulled from the clouds, and then I moved in above him.

Charlie: Well, if you were directly above him, how could you see him?

Maverick: Because I was inverted.

Iceman: [coughs whilst saying] Bullshit.

Goose: No, he was man. It was a really great move. He was inverted.

Charlie: You were in a 4g inverted dive with a MiG28?

Maverick: Yes, ma'am.

Charlie: At what range?

Maverick: Um, about two meters.

Goose: It was actually about one and a half I think. It was one and a half. I've got a great Polaroid of it, and he's right there, must be one and a half.
Maverick: Was a nice picture.

Goose: Thanks.

Charlie: Eh, lieutenant, what were you doing there?
Goose: Communicating.

Maverick: Communicating. Keeping up foreign relations. You know, giving him the bird!

Goose: [Charlie looks puzzled, so Goose clarifies] You know, the finger

Charlie: Yes, I know the finger, Goose.

Goose: I-I'm sorry, I hate it when it does that, I'm sorry. Excuse me.

Viper: How ya doin'?

Maverick: I'm all right.

Viper: Goose is dead.

Maverick: I know.

Viper: You fly jets long enough, something like this happens.

Maverick: He was my R.I.O., my responsibility.

Viper: My squadron, we lost 8 of 18 aircraft. 10 men. First one dies, you die too. But there will be others. You can count on that. You gotta let him go. You gotta let him go.

Cougar: God dammit, Mustang! This is Ghost Rider 117. This bogey is all over me. He's got missile lock on me. Do I have permission to fire?

Stinger: Do not fire until fired upon...

Goose: It's the bottom of the 9th, the score is tied. It's time for the big one.

Iceman: You up for this one, Maverick?

Maverick: Just a walk in the park, Kazansky.

Maverick: I can see it's dangerous for you, but if the government trusts me, maybe you could.

Charlie: It takes a lot more than just fancy flying.

Goose: (checking out the plaque with names of the best of the best) No, boys. There's two "O"s in Goose.

Goose: Yeeha, Jester's dead!

Wolfman: Won this bullshit?

Goose: Didn't everybody?

Hollywood: Hell no, man. We got our butts kicked.

Wolfman: Thirty seconds. We went like this, he went like that. I said to Hollywood, "Where'd he go?" Hollywood says, "Where'd who go?"

Hollywood: Yeah, and he's laughing at us, right on the radio, he's laughing at us.

Slider: That was me laughing, dickhead.

(Merlin sees the last two MiGs flying away at the end of the dogfight)

Merlin: Mustang, this is Voodoo 3. Remaining MiGs are bugging out.

Stinger: [to Maverick after the last dogfight] How's it feel to be on the front page of every newspaper in the English-speaking world, even though the other side denies the incident? Congratulations.

Slider: [Iceman shoots down a MiG] Splash that sucker, yeah!

Officer: [in the midst of the MIG battle] Both Catapults are broken, sir.

Stinger: How long will it take?

Officer: It'll take ten minutes.

Stinger: Bullshit ten minutes! This thing will be over in two minutes! Get on it!

Goose: Great balls of fire!

Maverick: Standby, Viper's coming down.

Maverick: Jezz, this guy's good!

Viper: Damn, this kid is good!

Jester: That was some of the best flying I've seen to date - right up to the part where you got killed.

Hollywood: Gutsiest move I ever saw, Mav.


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Phew…. oh Charlie, I mean K-Spy, :-D All this time, this movie still “Take My Breath Away” (Berlin) :-D Now, what is this have to do with our friend Binig? :-k Nothing. Just like the high flying action with a bit of romance thrown in :-D

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Pirmi pao, way turug kay ga basa. But it's worth it. Highly recommended.


binigz,

pareho baya kitan indangatan. tubaga naa lagi yaon pangutana ko sa ibabaw. :-)


I have to read twice before I figure it out.


Binig,

Sege na Binig because here we subscribe to the ethos that it is not enough to have the courage of our convictions, but we must also have the courage to have our convictions and opinions challenged. :-D

Let’s get edgy, take risks… so we fall… so what? ;) Isn't taking risk and falling what drive us to broaden our horizon? :-k :-D

Wealth or wisdom? What's your opinion on Peter’s giving his son his inheritance? Did his son deserved it? What makes his son think that if he sacrificed himself (say..you know...for one, cut the thing that hang between his legs 8-[ the family jewel :-D ) he'll be rewarded his own “paradise”? Him as god? Did you feel the twisted-thinking-process similarity between Mal'akh and the 9/11 hijackers? With, what was it? 12 virgins waiting for them after they blow their brains to bits and pieces? In the Bible, God tested the faith of the father by asking him to sacrifice his son, what's your take on how that played out in the book?

Ay, questions, questions. They provoke, disturb, intimidate, exhilarate and make me feel as though I'm now weak in the knees, the ground is shifting beneath my feet but not from earthquake. Help.... I think I've now temporarily lost my marbles. ;) :-D

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