Monday, May 22, 2006

I will be on a short vacation this weekend. The Caalim-Cudal family is having a Grand Reunion on May 20 at Bolinao, Pangasinan. This will also be the perfect time for me to say goodbye to father. (FYI, father doesnt live with us anymore. After he retired from his work, he decided to spend the rest of his life in the province where he grew up) We see each other from time to time, when he was still coming over to visit us. But now that hes too old and seems to get weaker and weaker as the years go by, we just call each other.

Anyway, I will be back on monday.

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Sorry everybody i couldn't get on. I was partying like crazy!!! We were dancing and singing and watching scary movies at 4:00 in the morning, lol. And this morning we went swimming! I had fun! It is raining really really hard right now so i think i am gonna go if the lights go out. They might. They don't go out when it is storming but then when it is just another regular day they go out, weird huh? Oh well. Gotta go! Keep checking back for more in the life of sasha!


Luv ya!

Sunday, February 26, 2006


WASHINGTON - More than 100 lawmakers in the House of Representatives introduced a bipartisan bill Thursday to outlaw the $12 billion Internet gambling industry.

"The explosive growth of the Internet has provided a means for gambling operations to evade existing anti-gambling laws," said Rep. Rick Boucher, a Virginia Democrat. "These Internet gambling Web sites typically operate offshore and often serve as a prime vehicle for money laundering and other criminal enterprises."

Rep. Bob Goodlatte, a Virginia Republican and chief sponsor of the bill, said Internet gambling has mushroomed into a $12 billion industry that also threatens minors.

The bill would update an existing ban against interstate gambling over telephone lines to also outlaw use of the Internet and related technology, Goodlatte said.

A total of 115 House lawmakers co-sponsored the bill.

The legislation would specifically prohibit a gambling business from accepting credit cards, checks, wire and Internet transfers in illegal gambling transactions. It also would set a maximum prison sentence of five years for violations.

Goodlatte and Boucher previously introduced similar legislation but the bill was defeated in 2000 due in part to efforts by Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who represented gambling interests, according to both lawmakers.

Abramoff pleaded guilty to fraud charges in early January and is cooperating with prosecutors in a corruption probe that could implicate lawmakers and officials across Washington.
No companion bill has yet been introduced in the Senate, a Goodlatte spokeswoman said.

Thursday, December 01, 2005

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