Foodaholic’s New Hives in Valencia City

Valencia City is the most populated, fast growing, and most progressive city of the Province of Bukidnon. Hotels, resorts, and international franchises like 7-Eleven are investing in the City. With this, many locals of the City are also influenced in putting up capitals to start up new and small but unique businesses. Most of these businesses owned by young entrepreneurs are places where people can chill, eat good food, and have fun. These diners are the new hives of the food lovers of the City.

The Burgers ‘n Fries Forever located at Roxas Street near the San Agustin Institute of Technology, is one diner where many young foodaholics hang out. The diner serves beef burger made of Australian brahman beef patty sandwiched by a big but soft bun, tossed in with lettuce, slices of tomato, dashed with pickles, and sauced with their special mixed sauce. They also serve sausages in flavors of Schublig, Vealbratwurst, Cheese, Frankfurter, and the all-time favorite Hungarian. Burger or sausage is boring without french fries. BFF also serves French fries in exciting shapes and flavors. The serve pennant fries, twister fries, crisscut fries, and the healthiest skin-on fries. They also have drinks and smoothie that are refreshing and thirst quenching. For a meal with BFF burger, fries, and drink would cost you 159 pesos only. And it is just enough for tasty food, cool ambiance with free WiFi kind of hang out.

Overlooking the Pulangi River and the vast farms is the Hive Resto Bar and Grill. They serve the delicious food, good entertainment, and so much fun. The Hive is known for their hot sizzlers like sizzling sisig, sizzling beef steak, sizzling squid, and the best seller sizzling garlic pork belly. And they are the first to offer grill your own food in town. Many young adults go and hangout at The Hive not just for the food but also for the entertainment showcasing the local talents of Bukidnon. Karaoke rooms are also available for those who wish to have an exclusive small group parties. And since a cinema is not available in the City, they have a big screen showing blockbuster movies. This is the place to be at for those who wish to enjoy and have fun.

These are just two of the many food spots that have been sprouting in the city. Each is distinct and unique in specialty. An as the city continues to grow, many big entrepreneurs and even new businessmen will open up new hives for foodaholics.

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The Sociologic Of Political Silence: Explaining A Discourse In Jamaica’s Society

The hegemonic categorization of the Jamaican landscape is primarily the justifiable reason for the sophisticated demonstrations and social hemorrhaging. Many of those happenings are caused from the lack of monologue of the business constituents. This group of elitists has exponentially benefited from playing the proletariat class. They have not offered their clientele the respect of voice on matters of social concerns or political mismanagement. The present government’s socio-economic policies are chiefly responsible for the erosion of much of the social fibre and economic livelihood of the Jamaican people. The poor are not only suffering but they are also hemorrhaging while the business class offers the society stillness as a tool of needed social change. PIOJ (2004) report, Economic and Social Survey Jamaica, report confirms that the national poverty stood at 16 per cent. Of the 2, 650,900 inhabitants, there are 424,144 poor people, which absolute valuation seems not to perturb the hegemony of this society. In order to attain that social society that we all desire, justice through actions and deems must be a hallmark of the leadership.

The categorization of Jamaicans as poor has been declining (Henry-Lee, 2001) but the economic indicators of growth are not impressive as our Caricom counterparts. Looking at the absolute figures, the social realities of the peoples are not marginally measured or understood. Despite the fluctuations in economic growth valuations, rural poverty continues to be higher than the national figures and of those for other towns and cities. Coupled with the economic hardship of poverty, rural Jamaica over the last six months is seeing a dwindling of economic activities. As a social scientist, I believe that the current tidal waves of price increases are eroding the economic livelihood of many of the poor. This situation means that the economic hardship of the people within the context of the hegemony – silence, is destroying the moral and other social fibre of the poor. «What are poor to do?»

‘Once economic growth was taking place, it was that poverty would be reduced’ (Henry-Lee, 2001, p.202) but this orthodox phenomenology may be changing in Jamaican as Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at constant prices have been increasing (PIOJ, 2004, p.3.1) with a simultaneous change in economic hardship of the poor while the hegemonic class expand their physical surroundings and amass European amenities. To date, the constant salary, the MTTP (Ministers Tricking the Poor), the minimal bus fare increases (only 67 % – what!), the huge increases in prices of basic foods and increase in political leadership are making the ‘poor’ poorer. Those hurdles are not the challenges of the poor as they wrestle with ‘prince’ and ‘guards’ for sanity. The electricity increases, instructional materials increases, the last blatant disdain by the Prime Minister, ‘Rt’ honourable Percival James Patterson, for the intellectual mindset of the ‘black’ academic is frightening and speaks volume of the private sector’s silence.

The private sector, despite ‘recognizing’ the challenges of governance and policies formulation of the government, continue to hemorrhage in silence, which, I construe, indicates the tenants of the PNP over the economy. I realize that there is no longer a unified Jamaica but a PNP, a JLP group and a business class. This situation was unfolded to me over time as there is not core concern that may create unison in order that Jamaicans can forge around with the interest of all. Instead, we are ‘Ps’ and a ‘B’. The socio-political arena has changed globally and nationally for the JLP but the reality is, the average citizenry of this society are still clamouring for hegemony and social transformation though development.

It is the business class that is the engine of growth in all societies and not the public sectors. This group dictates the terms of economic activities and stipulates the atmosphere of governance but the Jamaican group is hemorrhaging from fear and political conformity. Hence, the present proletariat class, the underclass, is left to view the heavens for a haven. When the business class fails to provide that leadership for the society, the ‘labourer’ class will gradually venture in deviant acts as a medium of grappling with political mismanagement. ‘Too many people are comfortable with the present affairs (Bourne, 2005) and silence of the ‘underclass’ is becoming increasingly deafening. If the business class continues with this dialectic silence, the poor may resort to revolution in an effort to understand and come to a rationale of their social space.

The old philosophical construct of poverty is primarily food consumption of the poorest quintile but this definition fails to recognize that poor people are social beings with children. One researcher (Henry-Lee) forwarded a slant that; the poor spend the largest proportion of their earnings on food, which means that the business class must begin to offer a position against any erosion of their economic base. If there are presently 424, 100 absolutely poor people any increase in food prices will see them living how?

According to Rapley (1996, p.7), «state interventions to relieve poverty would inhibit initiative, and would stifle investment because they would rely on increased taxes.» Dr. Rapley’s cited perspective is a clear indication of the stance taken by all traditional economists. This stance sees development as solely an economic growth phenomenon that is driven by the free market but many post World War II economists differ on a theorizing for this construct. Lewis concurred with classicalists like Smith and Keynes that development is primarily economic. Rapley (1996, p.16) stated that, «Lewis argued that in a Third World economy, the wage rate was set at a constant level as determined by minimum levels of existence in traditional family farming.» This ensured a virtually unlimited supply of cheap labour, which has an advantageous factor in industrial development (Rapley, 1996 p.16). As a social scientist who is concerned with development and its determinants, the researcher is cognizant of the different discourse on the issue but will analyze both schools of thought before coming to a consensus.

The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS, 2002) wrote, «while material poverty affect a large number of households, the Report points to the impending dangers of more widespread and subtle forms of poverty that include poor health, inadequate levels of educational attainment; lack of economic assets or access to markets or jobs that could create the unsafe physical environment; and various forms of social exclusion.» This report forwards the core of the post-1950 scholars’ viewpoints on development that is broader than the Classicalists theorizing that was once the epistemological framework on development thoughts. The article points to other non-economic growth theorizing such as health care, education and other psychosocial conditions. Hence, the author will not seek to continue in the pre-1950s epistemological mindset as it is a one sided theorizing but will seek to quantify any validity of the contemporary developmentalists’ perspective on the issue as this include social, political and economic factors. This paper surrounds the social aspect to development in the form of expenditure on health care and expenditure on education with the intention of using those two (2) determinants of contemporary development in order to ascertain any causal and/or associational relationship between expenditure on social programmes and their influence on levels of development.

Spikes (2002) posits: «poverty can be regarded as the inability to obtain the essentials of life; for others it is a matter of low income; for others a problem of social inequality». He goes on to say that «poverty can be explained in terms of material conditions, that is basic needs, food, clothing, and shelter; however limited resource interfere with the ability to acquire the essentials. Poverty can be seen as exclusion; the European Union defines the poor as persons whose resources (material culture and social) are so limited as to exclude them from the minimum acceptable way of life in the member state in which they live depending on benefits as equivalents as claiming social assistance».

It is frightening to say the least that despite efforts within the technological age people are living in abject poverty that retards the process in which many of these issues should have been addressed. Haralambus (1995)»poverty implies an undesirable social problem that a solution should be found. Basic amenities, for examples, shelter health and nutrition: the latter according to Drewnowski and Scott in Haralambus «is measured by factors in relation to the amount of calories and protein consumed by the individual. Shelter is measured by the quality of living arrangements (dwelling etc.) and health is measured by factors such as infant mortality and the quality of medical treatments available.

When individuals are malnourished, the health of these individuals would affect them in terms of their physical and mental states. A medical practitioner, Dalzell-Ward (1974: 23), commented that «The deprivation of energy foods’ will result in excessive fatigue which will in turn diminish social and work performances and interfere with well-being.» There is however, the indication of a level of development, where as if an individual is not in the best of health, this will contribute to fewer hours worked and reduced production. The economist Adam Smith states that this would be an indication of reduced economic growth. Professor Todaro (Todaro, 2000) from his perspective, that development envelope social, political and economic changes in peoples lives. Another medical practitioner concurred with Dalzell–Ward (1974) when she said:

In fact many of today’s problems with students are actually health related. Kids are not able to learn sufficiently if they are hungry, tired, hung-over from alcohol, or worried about violence. We need to eliminate barriers that affect students’ readiness to learn. A variety of physical and mental conditions impact students’ attendance and their ability to pay attention in class anger, and restrain from self-destructive impulses.

Eurocentric beliefs have so conquered the epistemology of world ideology that it becomes difficult even for the ‘honest’ advocate to be effective. Individualism-profiteerism drives the engine of social existence that humans only protect themselves, even if it appears that another is being helped in the process. Christianity is a by-product of the Eurocentric system and so helps to explain its true tenet. Europe in an effort to corner all epistemologies of the ontology of man’s existence and creation offered spiritualism. Christianity operates as though it has the sole authority to the ontology of creation. Despite its stance, the ideological phenomenology of Christianity subsumes individualism. Unlike the other traditional epistemological construct of man, humanitarianism is a tenet of their doctrine but they are not the iconic thought because they were fashioned prior to Europe’s delineation of world ideology. The social reality is such that we cannot afford to mute a position, the people are being ‘Saddomized’ by the political structure, and it is in the hegemony’s best interest to ensure that the poor and less fortunate are protected as they have nothing to lose in the event of a revolution.

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Top 3 Reasons Why Homework Should Be Banned

The debate over whether homework is still a viable learning tool or has become outdated has actually been going on for many years. The trend in this debate seems to be heading in the direction of «outdated» but there certainly is no consensus yet. The factors I see as most significant in this issue are societal, centered on the family, and are primarily based on TIME; and as such, are unlikely to be reversed.

Top 3 Reasons Why Homework Should Be Banned:

1. Family time gets first priority.

Family life has changed considerably over the past few decades. With today’s high divorce rate, many parents spend a great deal of time just shuffling children back and forth. Each parent values the time with their child and the child values the time spent with each parent.

The financial realities of life now dictate that both adults in the home need to have jobs, but those jobs do not always coincide. Many of the jobs in today’s society are not the old standard 9-5 kind of jobs. When parents get home, they very often bring their own version of homework.

Many families are having to deal with military deployments to various parts of the world, and all indications are that we will be deploying soldiers as «peacekeepers» for many years to come. A parent on deployment may be gone for up to a year at a time. Some families have had to deal with multiple deployments. In a few cases both parents have been deployed at the same time.

For each of these situations and many others, family time becomes too precious to spend on school homework.

2. Children are too busy.

In years past, children came home from school, changed clothes, went outside to play with the neighbor kids until dark, did their homework–sometimes with parental help, and then went to bed early. Not so anymore!

Today, a large percentage of children are involved in some kind of sport after school. It may be Little League, or league soccer, swimming at the «Y,» football, volleyball, etc., but kids are involved in sports. Many also take music lessons, or dance, or gymnastics, or even language lessons. Some children are involved in scouting. Some are active with church activities. The list of potential involvements is quite long; but the point is that by the time children get home, THEY ARE TIRED!

School homework is the very last thing they want to do.

3. Teens are even busier.

Many teenagers are involved in the same kinds of activities as their younger siblings, but they may also be involved in school activities like band, drama, debate club, etc. Some teens play school sports as well as league sports. And on top of everything, some teens have jobs. Many of the teens who don’t do school activities, work a job after school every day.

When are these students supposed to do school homework?

Certainly, it can be argued that a student’s «job» should be learning first; and, I hate to admit that I said those words once or twice in my teaching career. However, we all must realize that life changes and we must adapt to those changes. To continue to require homework of students whose families endorse their activities is simply not fair. The schools cannot be in a position of punishing the child (for failing to do homework) when the family considers other things more important.

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Interesting Tips About Soccer Cleats

Soccer cleats have evolved into one of the most popular athletic footwear on the market today. Cleats are generally shoes with low tops. They are designed to be light and tight-fitting to the foot. The shoes also have rounded edges that allow as much solid contact between the soccer ball and the foot as is possible. Soccer has grown in popularity around the world, and will likely continue to gain followers. The market for soccer shoes has therefore widened. Now, soccer shoes can be bought in a variety of sporting shops across the globe. Some of the best deals can be found when you shop for soccer cleats online. Most online retailers carry the best quality cleats available.

Soccer shoes have evolved from shoes that were simply designed to help athletes get a better grip on the ground to specialized shoes that are now designed to enhance various levels of performance. Today, soccer cleats not only help players pivot better on grass, they also are designed to improve your running speed, enhance your touch on the ball, and to help put power on shots.

Today, you can find soccer cleats online that are available in a variety of designs. Cleats are generally now made from lightweight leather. Cleat technology continues to evolve and improve. During the 2010 World Cup, Nike premiered a new concept called adaptive traction technology. This uses special traction pegs that adjust during games according to turf or ground conditions. Soccer cleat evolution will likely continue for years to come.

Soccer cleats should fit your foot snugly. There should be less than a finger's width of space between the tip of your soccer shoe and your toes. Cleats are not a shoe that you buy to grow in to. It is important, both for optimized performance in the game and your safety, that you always wear cleats that fit you snugly. You will perform better in tight-fighting cleats, and will also be less likely to injure yourself during a game. Some older players prefer clears made from kangaroo leather. Kangaroo leather stretches once it is worn and then molds specially to fit the wearer's foot shape.

When you purchase soccer shoes, make sure to take care of your footwear. Cleats are expensive, but when taken care of, they will not only help you improve on the field, but can last a while. When your shoes are wet from sweat after a game, let them dry naturally. Blow-drying them or using other artificial heat can damage the leather that they are made of. If you look, you are bound to find a great pair of soccer cleats that you love. Some athletes have brands that they are loyal to, others prefer to try different cleats every time they purchase new ones. All soccer cleats made today are great shoes. Their price tags can be daunting, but rest assured that you are investing in a good pair of shoes that will drastically help you in your game. Once you know what size you are, try looking for soccer cleats online ; some of the best deals on cleats are found from online retailers. Happy soccer shoe shopping, and good luck in your games!

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Tips To Buy The Most Suitable Soccer Cleats Online

Soccer shoes are very important in improving player performance. With so many kinds and technologies being used in the shoes today, players have all the freedom to select cleats that they find most suitable. Online stores make it even easier for the players to find the best cleats for their kind of play. Unfortunately, buying cleats online does not give you the advantage of taking your play socks, ankle braces, orthotics or shin guards to ensure that you get a comfortably fitting boot even with them on.

This means you need to be extra careful when making online purchases so you do not end up getting stuck with cleats that are not meaningful and valuable to you. Buying cleats online is quick, convenient and save on time and you also stand a chance to find cheap football boots from sales in the online stores. With a little caution, you should be able to find the most suitable pair for your feet.

1. Consider getting the cleats only from websites that you can trust and those that have a good reputation. The last thing you want is to end up with counterfeit cleats and this means being careful with where you source for the soccer shoes.

2. If you are looking for cheap soccer cleats, make sure you work with websites you can trust for quality. Prices that seem too low to be real may probably be because of the low quality of the cleats. When you are careful, you will still be able to find top quality cleats at very affordable prices so ensure you do some due diligence before the purchase.

3. Have your foot measurements handy before shopping around for the cleats. You may need to go a little higher than your regular shoe size considering that most cleats are designed narrower. If you have wide feet make sure you confirm the sizes even if it means calling the store for the specifications.

4. Choose online stores with a reliable return policy. When buying online, you really cannot be sure of what you are getting until it reaches you. A good website or store should make it possible for you to return the shoes for an exchange or refund in case it fails to meet your expectations. It is one of the most important aspects of buying online otherwise you could end up making costly mistakes.

5. Ensure that you always keep purchase receipts safe. Online transactions can be risky and since there is never telling what could happen, keeping the receipts safe can save you from situations with negative impacts. If you get tracking numbers for the delivery of your cleats be sure to keep that safe as well, so you have an easy time keeping track of your shipment or delivery.

6. Go through feedback from previous customers. They can be about the specific boots you want to purchase as well as their experience using the online store. Reviews and feedback help you in getting all relevant information regarding the cleats so you are able to make the best choice.

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