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The greatest alumni of your school.

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  • BulldogsBulldogs Banned by Admin PExer
    Wawa naman ang mga taga La Salle. Nagmumukhang mga "FIFIchugin" kumpara sa Ateneo kaya panay ang lista ng mga distinguished alumni kuno.

    Pati na rin ang mga nag-PREP o nag-Seminar lang sa La Salle sinasama sa listahan. Pati na rin ang mga taga La Salle Bacolod o banyagang La Salle isinama para lang magmukhang mahaba ang listahan. Pati na rin yata ang mga gumamit ng CR sa La Salle isinali na rin sa alumni list eh.

    Laki ng inferiority complex ng mga taga La Salle.

    Can't blame them.

    SLowww kasi at tambakan ng mga latak ng ibang iskul na may pagka-ebaks at low IQ eh. Epitome siya ng skewl bukol.

    Totoo.. . The future begins here......for the slow and the rejects of the real top-tier schools.

    Mwehehehehehehhe :lol:

    Peace and love.
  • oyioyi kulasa PExer
    kelangan sing-kapal ng yearbook?

    Corazon Aquino & Clarissa Ocampo, need I say more? :socool:
  • Greener_PastureGreener_Pasture Member PExer
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    Lasallian Education is a globally recognized and accredited institution of learning. It's diversity and stretch reaches the whole archipelago including the major continents of the World...81 countries...more than 1000 educational institutions...over 4,000 De La Salle Christian Brothers...56,000 Lasallian Lay colleagues...and more than a million students and their families worldwide served.

    Being a World Class institution, it is officially accreditted by the WESTERN CATHOLIC EDUCATION ASSOCIATION, as well as by the WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. These are two major bodies that accredit schools & confirm their Global Standard of Education.

    "To touch the hearts of your pupils and to inspire them with the Christian spirit is the greatest miracle you can perform, and one which God expects of you."
    St. John Baptist De La Salle

    Today, the work of Saint La Salle is continued by the Christian Brothers, and by dedicated lay men and women and associated religious and priests, who bring a Lasallian distinctiveness to a myriad of educational works in over eighty countries throughout the world.


    PARTIAL LIST OF LASALLIAN SCHOOLS & EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS THROUGHOUT THE ARCHIPELAGO


    NORTH, CENTRAL, SOUTH AMERICA (& other main lasallian schools around the globe)

    Antillas, Pagina Vocacional del Distrito
    Archbishop Carroll High School Radnor, Pennsylvania, USA
    Archbishop Rummel High School (Metaire, Louisiana, USA)
    ARLEP, Agrupacion Regional Lasalliana De Espana y Portugal
    Australian Catholic University
    Bethlehem University (Bethlehem - West Bank - Palestine)
    Bishop Kelley High School (Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA)
    Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School (Brooklyn, New York, USA)
    Bishop Walsh Middle/High School Cumberland, Maryland, USA
    Brothers in Action (Former students of De La Salle College, Mangere East, New Zealand)
    Calvert Hall (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)
    Casa Generalizia (Roma, Italia)
    Cathedral-Carmel School Lafayette, Louisiana, USA
    Central Catholic High School (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA)
    Centre scolaire La Douzill?re Saint Gatien (Jou?-les-Tours, France)
    Centro Cultural y social (La Victoria, M?xico)
    Centro Educacional La Salle, (Brasilia, Brazil)
    Centro Educacional La Salle (Canoas, Brasil)
    Chong Gene Hang College (Hong Kong)
    Christian Brothers Academy (Lincroft, New Jersey, USA)
    Christian Brothers College High School (St. Louis, MO, USA)
    Christian Brothers High School (Memphis, TN, USA)
    Christian Brothers High School(Sacramento, California, USA)
    Christian Brothers Retreat and Conference Center (Napa, CA, USA)
    Christian Brothers School (New Orleans, Lousiana, USA)
    Christian Brothers Spiritual Center (Adamstown, Maryland, USA)
    Christian Brothers University (Memphis, Tennessee, USA)
    Christian Brothers at Salve Regina College Newport, Rhode Island, USA
    Coll?ge De La Salle (Daher - Caire, Egypte)
    Collegio De La Salle (Santafe de Bogota)
    Colegio Dominicano De La Salle
    Colegio Cristobal Colon (Naucalpan de Juarez)
    Colegio Guadiana La Salle (Durango, Mexico)
    Colegio Jose de Escondon-La Salle in Mexico
    Colegio La Salle (Alcoy, Alicante, Espana)
    Colegio La Salle (Almeria, Espana)
    Colegio La Salle (Benicarlo, Castellon, Espana)
    Colegio La Salle (Paterna, Valencia, Espana)
    Colegio La Salle (San Jose, Costa Rica)
    Colegio La Salle (Teruel, Espana)
    Colegio La Salle (Trinidad, Bolivia)
    Colegio La Salle Bonanova (Barcelona, Espana)
    Colegio La Salle Buen Pastor (Jerez de la Frontera, Espana)
    Colegio La Salle Gr?cia (Catalunya, Espana)
    Colegio La Salle - Joaquina Santander (Talavera de La Reina, Toledo, Espana)
    Col?gio La Salle Sao Joao (Porto Alegre, Brasil)
    Colegio La Salle - Vina (Cadiz, Espana)
    Colegio San Antonio (Ciano, Asturias, Espana)
    Colegio San Jos? La Salle de Guayaquil (Ecuador)
    Colegio San Juan Bautista de La Salle (Valladolid, Espana)
    Colegio Sagrado Corazon de Jesus (Jerez de la Frontera, Espana)
    Coll?ge de La Salle (Thessaloniki, Gr?ce)
    Coll?ge des Fr?res "De La Salle College" (Jerusalem - Israel)
    Coll?ge Lyc?e Saint Joseph (France)
    College of Santa Fe (Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA)
    College of St. Benilde (Manila, Philippines)
    College Saint-Paul (Varennes, Qu?bec)
    Collegio Jos? de Escandon La Salle (Cuidad Victoria, M?xico)
    Collegio San Giuseppe (Torino, Italia)
    Corporacion Universitaria Lasallista (Medellin, Colombia)
    Cretin-Derham Hall High School (Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA)
    De La Salle College "Coll?ge des Fr?res" (Jerusalem - Israel)
    De La Salle College (Malvern, Melbourne, Australia)
    De La Salle College Oaklands (Toronto, Canada)
    De La Salle High School (Concord, CA, USA)
    De La Salle High School (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA)
    De La Salle High School (New Orleans, Lousiana, USA)
    De La Salle Institute (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
    De La Salle Lipa (Lipa City, Batangas, Philippines)
    De La Salle Santiago Zobel School(Muntinlupa, Manila, Philippines)
    De La Salle School (Essex, England)
    De La Salle School (Liverpool, England)
    De La Salle School (St. Helens, England)
    De La Salle - Schule (Strebersdorf, Wien)
    De La Salle Secondary School (New Territories, Hong Kong)
    De La Salle Sheffield Alumni Site (Sheffield, England)
    De La Salle University-Manila
    De La Salle Youth (Great Britain)
    District du France
    Driscol Catholic High School (Addison, Illinois, USA)
    Dunrovin Christian Brothers Retreat Center (Marine on St. Crois, MN, USA)
    Ecole Saint Georges (Syros, Gr?ce)
    Ecole Saint Paul (Piraeus, Gr?ce)
    Ecole St. J-B. de La Salle
    Editorial Bruno (Lima, Peru)
    Educational Data Institute (EDC), Inc. Romeoville, Illinois, USA
    Ensemble Scolaire "Institution de La Salle" (Metz, France)
    Escuela Universitaria de Ingenieria (La Salle, Barcelona)
    Escuela Universitaria de Arquitectura (La Salle, Barcelona)
    Escuela Profesional La Salle (Paterna, Valencia, Espana)
    Freres School (Bethlehem - West Bank - Palestine)
    Fr?res des Ecoles Chr?tiennes et Lasalliens, France
    Golfo de B?nin (Sous-District, Africa)
    Groupe scolaire Saint Joseph (Toulouse, France)
    Helias High School (Jefferson City, Missouri, USA)
    Highbridge Community Life Center Bronx, New York, USA
    Hudson Catholic High School (Jersey City, New Jersey, USA)
    Instituto Abel (Niteroi - RJ, Brasil)
    Istituto De La Salle (Parma, Italia)
    Instituto La Salle (San Martin - Buenos Aires - Argentina)
    Instituto Pedagogico La Salle (Managua)
    Istituti Filippin (Paderno del Grappa, Treviso, Italia)
    Istituto Gonzaga (Milano, Italy)
    Istituto Gonzaga Associazione Ex Alunni(Milano, Italia)
    Istituto Leonardo da Vinci (Catania, Italia)
    Istituto La Salle (Torino, Italia)
    Istituto S. Giuseppe Demerode in Rome, Italy
    Istituto Villa Flaminia (Roma, Italia)
    Jeremy House Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
    Journey House Pasadena, California, USA
    Justin-Siena High School Napa, California, USA
    J.K. Mullen High School in Denver, Colorado, USA
    L'Association des Anciens El?ves de Passy Saint Nicolas (France)
    La Baronnerie (Saint Sylvain d'Anjou, France)
    La Salle (Catalunya, Espana)
    La Salle (Manaus, Brasil)
    La Salle boys school (Belfast)
    La Salle Catalunya (Catalunya, Espana)
    La Salle College (Kowloon, Hong Kong)
    La Salle College (Lima, Peru)
    La Salle College (Midland, Western Australia)
    La Salle College High School (Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, USA)
    La Salle College Preparatory (Milwaukie, Oregon, USA)
    Lasallian Educational Opportunities (LEO) Oakland, California, USA
    La Salle Greenhills (Metro Manila, Philippines)
    La Salle Grugliasco (Grugliasco, Italia)
    La Salle High School (Pasadena, California, USA)
    La Salle High School (Union Gap, Washington, USA)
    La Salle Old Boys Electronic Network (La Salle College, Kowloon)
    La Salle Old Boys Electronic Network (La Salle Primary School, Kowloon)
    La Salle Primary School (Kowloon)
    LaSalle Catholic College (Bankstown, New South Wales)
    LaSalle University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)
    Lasallian Viet Education, in San Jose, CA
    LaSalle Vietnam House (San Jose, California, USA)
    Le Lik?s (Quimber, France)
    LEP Saint Anne (La Motte Servolex, France)
    Les Fr?res des Ecoles Chr?tiennes (Qu?bec, Montr?al)
    Lewis University (Romeoville, Illinois, USA)
    Lourdes Academy Oshkosh, Wisconsin
    Lyc?e De La Salle (Al?s - coll?ge, France)
    Lyc?e De La Salle (Al?s - secondaire sup?rieur, France)
    Lyc?e De La Salle (Igny, France)
    Lyc?e Pasteur-Mont Roland (Dole, France)
    Lyc?e Saint Antoine (Saint Genis de Saintonge, France)
    Manhattan College (New York City, New York, USA)
    Martin de Porres Group Homes (Springfield Gardens, New York)
    Monasterio de Santa Maria de Bujedo (Bujedo, Burgos, Espana)
    Montini Catholic High School (Lombard, Illinois, USA)
    Mullen High School Denver, Colorado, USA
    Notre Dame de La Gare (Paris, France)
    Oakhill College (Castle Hill, Australia)
    Ocean Rest Summer School Ocean City, New Jersey, USA
    Ocean Tides School - Providence Campus Providence, Rhode Island, USA
    O'Hara High School Kansas City, Missouri, USA
    Pacelli High School Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA
    Pendleton College of FE (Salford, England)
    Praying Each Day (Liverpool, England)
    Provincia Romana (Roma, Italia)
    Queen of Peace High School (North Arlington, New Jersey, USA)
    Residencia La Salle (Granada, Espana)
    Resurrection School New York City, New York
    Roncalli Catholic High School
    Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep. (San Francisco, California, USA)
    St. Bede's College (Melbourne, Australia)
    Saint Gabriel School East Elmhurst, New York, USA
    Saint Gabriel's Hall Audabon, Pennsylvania, USA
    St. Jean-Baptiste de La Salle (Avignon, France)
    St. John's College (Southsea, England)
    St. John's College High School (Washington, DC, USA)
    St. Joseph's Academy (London, England)
    St. Joseph's College (Hong Kong)
    St. Joseph's College (London, England)
    St. Joseph's College (Ipswich, England)
    St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute (Buffalo, New York, USA)
    Saint La Salle Auxiliary Beltsville, Maryland, USA
    Saint Martin de Porres School Springfield Gardens, New York, USA
    St. Mary's College (Moraga, USA)
    St. Mary's Press (Winna, Minnesota, USA)
    St. Mary's University (oWinona, Minnesota, USA)
    Saint Michael's High School Santa Fe, New Mexico
    St. Michael's College (Henley Beach, Australia)
    St. Patrick High School (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
    St. Patrick's School (Singapore)
    St. Paul's School (Covington, Louisiana, USA)
    St. Peter's School (Bournebouth, England)
    Saint Raphael Academy, Pawtucket , RI
    San Miguel School (Chicago, Illinois, USA)
    Saint Raymond's High School Bronx, New York, USA
    San Joaquin Memorial High School Fresno, California, USA
    Sangre de Cristo Center (Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA)
    Seton-La Salle High School Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
    Su Casa - Catholic Worker Community Chicago, Illinois, USA
    Tolton Adult Education Center Chicago, Illinois, USA
    Totino-Grace High School (Fridley, Minnesota, USA)
    Universidad De La Salle (San Jos?\, Costa Rica)
    Universidad La Salle (M?xico, M?xico)
    Universidad La Salle (Santafe de Bogota, Colombia)
    Universidad La Salle Cuernavaca (Cuernavaca, M?xico)
    Universitat San Ramon Llull (Catalunya, Espana)
    University of St. La Salle (Bacolod City, Philippines)
    Vaugirard San Francisco, California, USA
    Villa San Giuseppe (Torino, Italia)
    West Catholic High School (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)


    ASIA

    PHILIPPINES

    District Schools:

    DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-Manila
    De La Salle University-Professinal Schools Inc.
    DLSU - Dasmarinas
    DLSU - Health Sciences Campus - Cavite
    DLSU - College of Saint Benilde
    University of St. Lasalle - Bacolod
    De La Salle - Lipa
    De La Salle - Santiago Zobel School
    La Salle - Greenhills
    La Salle Academy - Iligan
    Immaculate Conception College - La Salle
    St. Joseph's High School

    Affiliate Schools:

    Andres Soriano Memorial School
    Holy Family School
    Jesus the Savior School
    John Bosco School
    La Salle College - Victorias
    La Salle School Antipolo
    Leonides S. Virata Memorial School
    Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School
    Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Learning Center
    San Benildo Integrated School
    St. Benilde School
    St. Dominic Savio Training Center
    St. Francis School
    St. Francis of Assisi School
    St. Jean Baptiste Academy
    St. Mutien Marie School

    JAPAN

    Hakodate: La Salle High School
    The La Salle Old Boys Electronic Network (Hong Kong, Japan)
    The LaSallian Schools of Japan Network (Tokyo, Japan)

    CHINA / HONG KONG

    St. Joseph's College
    La Salle College
    La Salle Primary School
    De La Salle Secondary School, N.T.
    St. Joseph's Primary School
    Chan Sui Ki (La Salle) College
    Chong Gene Hang College
    Chan Sui Ki Primary School
    St. Joseph's College Kindergarten
    Saint Joseph's College Christian Union

    MALAYSIA

    Kuching, Sarawak: St Joseph's School
    La Salle Secondary School (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia)
    St. Xavier's Institution
    Saint Francis' Institution, West Malaysia

    SINGAPORE

    St. Joseph's Institution
    St. Patrick's School
    St. Michael's School
    St. Stephen's School
    De LaSalle School
    St. Anthony's Primary School


    AFRICA

    Christ the Teacher Institute for Education, Nairobi, Kenya
    Saint Mary's High School, Nyeri, Kenya
    Golfo de B?nin (Sous-District, Africa)

    MIDDLE EAST

    Bethlehem University Bethlehem, West Bank, Palestine
    Freres School , West Bank, Palestine


    AUSTRALIA

    De La Salle Schools
    De La Salle College, Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria
    La Salle College, Viveash, Western Australia
    St Bede's College, Mentone, Melbourne, Victoria
    St Michael's College, Henley Beach, Adelaide
    Oakhill College, Castle Hill, New South Wales
    BoysTown (Beaudesert, Australia)


    EUROPE / SPAIN

    Ecole & Coll?ge Priv?s 34
    Ecole Primaire Priv?e Saint Fran?ois
    Lyc?e Technique Priv? De La Salle
    Groupe Scolaire "St Joseph-Lorraine
    Ecole & Coll?ge de La Salle
    Coll?ge de la Cath?drale Saint-Maurice
    Ecole et Coll?ge Saint Joseph
    Ecole Saint Martin - Sainte Th?r?se
    Coll?ge Saint Jean-Baptiste
    Ecole Sainte Marie
    Lyc?e Agricole et Horticole Priv?\
    Coll?ge, Lyc?e, LP Priv?s Saint Joseph
    Coll?ge Charles P?guy
    Ecole, Coll?ge & L.T.P. J-B de La Salle
    Ecole et Coll?ge Saint Bernard
    Institut Sup?rieur Agricole de Beauvais
    Ecole Saint Bernard - Sainte Marthe
    Ensemble Scolaire PIC
    Coll?ge Priv? Saint Laurent
    Ensemble Scolaire Priv? Saint Gen?s
    Ensemble Scolaire Godefroy de Bouillon
    Centre Neige et Nature
    Groupe Scolaire St J.-B. de La Salle
    Ecole Priv?e de Kermaria
    Ecole Priv?e Saint Jean-Baptiste
    La Croix-Rouge
    Ecole Saint Pierre
    Institut Saint Joseph
    Ecole et Coll?ge Saint Charles
    Ecole et Coll?ge "Franc-Rosier"
    Lyc?e Godefroy de Bouillon
    Coll?ge Priv? Immacul?e
    Coll?ge Priv? de La Salle
    Ecole Priv?e de La Salle
    Coll?ge Mixte Catholique
    Ecole, Coll?ge, Lyc?e Saint Joseph
    Lyc?e Pasteur / Mont-Roland
    Lyc?e Priv? Deforest de Lewarde
    Coll?ge Catholique Jeanne d'Arc
    Centre Oscar Romero
    Coll?ge Priv? de La Salle (A l'Aigle)
    Les Vauxbelets Language School St Andrew's
    Coll?ge Saint Jean
    Ecole et Coll?ge Saint Nicolas
    G?n?ral et Technologique Horticole St Nicolas
    Ensemble Scolaire Saint Nicolas AAPM
    Ecole et Coll?ge St Joseph
    LTP Sainte Anne
    Ecole Notre Dame/Saint Joseph
    Coll?ge et Lyc?e Saint Antoine
    Ecole et Coll?ge Priv?s "De La Salle"
    Coll?ge Sainte Barbe
    Coll?ge Maison-Blance
    Ecole Primaire Sainte Jeanne d'Arc
    Institution St Pierre-St Nicolas-St Bernard
    Ecole Saint Christophe
    Centre Scolaire J.-B. de La Salle
    Coll?ge Saint Bruno
    Institut Saint Christophe
    Ensemble Scolaire "Instiution de La Salle"
    Ecole Primaire du Sacr?-Coeur
    Abbaye de Montebourg
    Ecole Priv?e de La Salle
    Coll?ge Priv? de La Salle
    Ecole de la Providence
    Lyc?e Priv? Technique St J.-B. de La Salle
    Coll?ge et Lyc?e Saint Joseph du Loquidy
    Institut La Salle Neuchatel
    Lyc?e Professionnel et Technologique St Joseph
    Coll?ge Saint Jean - Baptiste de La Salle
    Lyc?e Priv? du Sacr? - Coeur
    Ecole & Coll?ge Notre - Dame de la Gare
    Ecole & Coll?ge Saint Germain de Charonne
    Ecole , Coll?ge & Lyc?e des Francs-Bourgeois
    Ecole, Coll?ge & Lyc?e La Rochefoucauld
    Centre Pierre Faure
    Ecole et Coll?ge Saint Jean
    Coll?ge Saint Ouen
    Lyc?e d'Enseign.G?n?ral et Technique N.-D. d'Armor
    Ecole Saint Corentin
    Coll?ge & Lyc?e "Le Lik?s"
    Ecole Priv?e Thomas
    Ecole, Coll?ge et L.P Jeanne d'Arc
    Pensionnat du Sacr? - Coeur
    Institut St Joseph - Sainte Genevi?ve
    Coll?ge Sainte Marie
    Passy-Saint Nicolas - Buzenval
    Centre de Classes vertes
    Lyc?e du Sacr? - Coeur
    Ensemble Scolaire St J.-B de La Salle -Notre Dame de la Compassion
    Institut des Jeunes Sourds "Plein Vent"
    Lyc?e Technique Priv? Sainte Barbe
    Ecole Saint Luois de Gonzague
    Lyc?e Agricole Saint Antoine
    Coll?ge Priv? Mixte Saint - Michel
    Coll?ge Priv? Catholique Saint - Charles
    Lyc?e Saint - Charles
    Rue Auguste Babet
    Coll?ge & Lyc?e Polyvalent "Le Saint Rosaire"
    Centre d'Accueil de SAUGUES
    Lyc?e Agricole Priv? de Reims - Thillois
    Ecole Primaire Priv?e Mixte " Saint Fran?ois"
    Institut des Sciences de la Vie et de la Terre
    Lyc?e,Coll?ge Saint Adrien
    Coll?ge de La Salle
    Lyc?e Saint Michel
    Centro Giovanile Lasalliano
    Instituto de Merode (San Giuseppe)
    Instituto La Salle
    Instituto Pio IX
    Scuola La Salle
    Instituto La Marmora
    Centro La Salle
    Salita Negrone Durazzo
    Scuola La Salle
    Via Generale Perotti
    San Filippo Neri
    Viale Eugenio Chiesa
    Centro La Salle
    Strada Santa Margherita
    Instituto La Salle Via Ludovica
    Saint Guibert
    Institut Saint Ferdinand
    Institut d'Ens. Secondaire St Luc
    Haute Ecole Namuroise Catholique
    Saint Berthuin
    Haute Ecole Roi Baudoin
    Institut Reine Astrid
    A la Diection de
    Institut Sup?rieur Industriel du Hainaut
    Centre Mutien Marie
    Rue des R?collets
    Institut Notre Dame
    Rue de l' Eglise Saint Philippe
    Institut Saint Luc
    Chauss?e de Tournai
    Communaut? Educative St J. Baptiste
    Saint Jean Baptiste
    Rue de Bruxelles
    Jana De La Salle Volksschule
    Europaschule Budapest
    Kolleg der Schulbr?der
    De La Salle Schule F?nfhaus
    De La Salle Schule Marianum
    De La Salle Schule Strebersdorf
    De la Salle Schule Wahring Schopenhauerstrasse
    St John's College
    St Benildus College
    St Geralds College
    De La Salle College
    St Fachtna's De La Salle Skibbereen
    Mount La Salle Ballyfermot
    Beneavin College
    De La Salle Primary School Finglas East
    De La Salle College Churchtown
    Ardscoil La Salle
    De La Salle primary School, Kildare Town
    De La Salle College, Macroom Co. Cork, IRLAND
    Holy Faith De La Salle College
    De La Salle College Wintertown
    St Stephen's School
    De La Salle College, St Manntan's Road
    Stella Maris College
    St Benild School, Church Street
    De La Salle College, Cottonera
    La Salle Boys' School, Edenmore Drive
    St Patricks Grammar School, Saul Street
    St Peter's School
    St Illtyd's High School
    De La Salle School, Gyllgrove, Basildon
    St John's School
    St Joseph College with the S. of Jesus and Mary, Birkfield
    De La Salle School, Carr Lane East
    St Aloysius College
    Cardinal Langley High School
    Pendleton College, De La Salle Centre
    De La Salle School, Mill Brow Eccleston

    PROVINCIA ROMANA

    Istituto Villa Flaminia (Roma)
    Collegio S.Giuseppe - De Merode (Roma)
    Istituto SGB de La Salle (Roma)
    Istituto Pio XII (Roma)
    Istituto Leonardo Da Vinci (Catania)
    Istituto San Luigi (Acireale)

    PROVINCIA TORINA

    Istituto Filippin (Paderno del Grappa - TV)
    Istituto Gonzaga (Milano)
    Istituto La Salle (Torino)
    Collegio S. Giuseppe (Torino)
    Associazione "Gruppo Arco" Tossicodipendenti (Torino)
    Istituto De La Salle (Parma)
    La Salle Grugliasco (Grugliasco)
    Unione del SS. Crocifisso e di Maria SS. Immacolata (Torino)
    Villa San Giuseppe (Torino)

    FRANCE

    Fr?res des ?coles chr?tiennes et lasalliens en France
    Lyc?e Technique Priv? de La Salle
    Ecole et Coll?ge De La Salle
    Lyc?e Agricole et Horticole Priv? Kerplouz
    Coll?ge / Lyc?e St. Joseph
    Ecole, Coll?ge et LTP St. Jean-Baptiste de La Salle
    Coll?ge Charles P?guy
    Ecole et Coll?ge St-Bernard
    Institut Sup?rieur Agricole de Beauvais (ISAB)
    Ensemble Scolaire Priv? Saint Gen?s
    Ensemble Scolaire Godefroy de Bouillon
    Centre "Neige et Nature"
    Ecole, Coll?ge et Lyc?e "La Croix-Rouge"
    Ecole Priv?e de Kermaria
    Institution Saint-Joseph
    Ecole et Coll?ge "Franc-Rosier"

    ENGLAND / GREAT BRITAIN

    Cardinal Langley School, Rochdale Rd., Middleton, Rochdale
    De La Salle College, Wellington Road, St. Saviour, Jersey
    De La Salle Primary School, St. Saviour, Jersey
    De La Salle School, Ghyllgrove, Basildon, Essex
    De La Salle School, Mill Brow, Eccleston, St. Helens
    De La Salle School, Carr Lane East, Liverpool
    Hugh Farringdon School, Fawley Rd., Southcote, Reading
    Pendleton College of FE, Dronfield Road, Salford
    St. Aloysius' College, Hornsey Lane, Highgate, London
    St. Edward's School, Dale Valley Road, Poole
    St. Hilda's School, Coal Clough Lane, Burnley
    St. Illtyd's High School, Newport Rd., Rumney, Cardiff
    St. John's College, Grove Rd., Southsea, Hants
    St. Joseph's Academy, Lee Terrace, Blackheath, London
    St Joseph's College, Beulah Hill, London
    St. Joseph's College, Birkfield, Ipswich
    St. Joseph's School, Harrington Road, Workington
    St. Margaret Ward H. S. Little Chell Lane, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent
    St.Peter's School, St Catherine's Road, Bournemouth
    Saints. Peter & Paul High School, Highfield Road, Widnes
    St. Theodore's High School, Ormerod Road, Burnley


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  • BulldogsBulldogs Banned by Admin PExer
    Halatang tinatamaan na ang mga Lasalista ha.

    Napipikon sa pagka-fifichugin nila kumpara sa Ateneo.

    Natalbugan kasi ni Exterminator eh.

    Mga insecure talaga.

    Mweehehehehehhehe :lol:

    Sige.. continue pa.

    DLSU ebaks pa rin.

    Kailangan ay focus on quality students first.

    Hindi pa-expqand expand. Pati ang mga magsasaka ng Araneta U ay pinapatulan. May CSB, may Dasma, at nag-aambisyon na i-acquire ang Arellano U. :lol:

    World class???

    I think not.

    NU Fight!
  • AlphaOmegaAlphaOmega Member PExer
    No matter how long your alumni list is and no matter how many schools world-wide are affiliated with your school, people will remember your school for their most notable alumni.

    Ironically, I was struck by the crude straightforwardness yet subtle truthfulness of the post below.

    Lastly, it made me laugh.

    Originally posted by Bulldogs
    Greatest Alumni -

    Ateneo - Jose Rizal, the epitome of a Man for Others

    UP - Ferdinand Marcos, intelligent, pro-Filipino (too bad naging corrupt later on; magaling masyado for his own good)

    UST - St. Lorenzo Ruiz, the embodiment of Catholic and Pontifical virtues.

    La Salle - Renren Ritualo o Gary Valenciano, perfect representatives of the Lasallian ideals ek ek - shallow, airheads, sloww, puro porma lang, at pang media, entertainment at basketbol lang.

    Mwhahahahahhahahhahah :lol: :lol: :lol:

    Yun truth lang po.

    "He who is not ebaks should be the first to cast ebaks." (meaning Lasallians are excluded). Ogie Alcasisig 4/20/00

    Lasalianus totalus ignoramus ebacus grandus utotum epalus
    rejectus basurarum e maximus bobolutos. - Julius Ceazarus in "The Perfect Lasallian." 24 B.C.
  • mac_bolan00mac_bolan00 Banned by Admin PExer
    great institutions nurtured by UP guys:

    communist party of the philippines
    new people's army
    moro national liberation front
    gabriela
    BAYAN
    league of filipino students
    the nacionalista party
    kilusang bagong lipunan
    martial law
    ASSO (arrest, search and seizure order)
    the lantern parade
    the oblation run
    alpha phi omega
    tau gamma phi
    beta sigma
    upsilon sigma phi
    sigma rho
    scintilla juris
    kappa epsilon
    iuvenis orbis

    TV programs spearheaded UP guys:

    batibot
    kapwa ko mahal ko
    the inside story
    pa?ero y pa?era
    christy per minute
    it's a date
    firing line

    the scientists:

    roger posadas
    arnel salvador
    perico esguerra

    the great social commentators:

    butch dalisay
    jessica zafra
    franz arcellana
    amelia bonifacio
    mac_bolan00

    pinoy websites:

    Get Real Philippines
    PEX
  • rabbaddalrabbaddal Westchester Ranger PExer
    Aba, maganda yata itong bagong laro nina exterminator at greener_pastures - Jesuit Schools vs. La Sallian Schools.

    It is worthy to note that the reputation and performance of a sister school abroad has nothing to do with the reputation and performance of the affiliate schools in the Philippines. If that were the case, then it wouldn't be fair to schools like UP or NU who have no sister schools abroad. And, at least as far as Ateneo is concerned, the Philippine schools do not need to ride on the coat tails of their sister schools.

    So how do these schools compare in the global arena? greener_pastures classified the La Salle school system as "world class". The term "world class" is associated with performance, not mere presence and membership. In the context of sports, for example, the Philippines is a member of the IOC (membership) and a participant in every recent Olympic Games (presence). But only its boxing, teakwondo, and bowling teams can be classified as "world class" because it is these teams that have produced medals in recent years.

    In terms of reputation, I can't speak for the La Salle schools, but as far as I know, many Jesuit Universities mentioned by exterminator such as Georgetown, Holy Cross, Fordham, Marquette, Loyola U., Seattle U., Boston College, ESADE, Stonyhurst (alma mater to members of the House of Lords and Commons), Sophia U. (alma mater to members of the Japanese Diet), the Pontifical Gregorian U. (alma mater of 19 popes and 12 saints) and so on are famous around the world not just in name but also for their original work in the arts, humanities and sciences.

    In terms of surveys, its very difficult to judge because only American schools have been included in surveys whose methods are proven and ongoing. A look into a recent ranking published by USNews in this website - http://www.usnews.com/usnews/edu/college/rankings/rankindex.htm shows that American Jesuit schools have placed respectably in the competitive U.S. education system. Both Holy Cross and Georgetown have placed among the top-tier Liberal Arts Colleges and National Universities respectively. Other Jesuit schools have placed in the 2nd-tier and 3rd-tier. I can't speak for American La Salle schools because none of the schools named "La Salle" seem to have made it to the top 1,000 of the rankings, unless I missed out on something.

    And finally, with regards to an earlier post:
    Originally posted by AlphaOmega
    No matter how long your alumni list is and no matter how many schools world-wide are affiliated with your school , people will remember your school for their most notable alumni.
    ...and may I add the qualification: no matter how much space-wasting graphics you use to window-dress your posts...:D

    Granted that the "world class" performance of a schools' alumni are a measure of the "world class" caliber of its schools, then Jesuit schools have, to a certain extent, proven they are "world class". I can't speak for the alumni of La Salle schools, but the few Jesuit school alumni that I know of have shaped world history through their accomplishments.

    I'm not that familiar with graduates from Jesuit schools around the world, and I doubt that exterminator is that knowledgable about the matter as well, but here are a few names, including the Jesuit institution that they attended, of accomplished people (actual degree holders and not just people who attended one or two years of elementary school) that I can drop for now:

    Voltaire - Louis-le-Grand

    Rene Descartes - La Fl?che

    Arthur Conan Doyle ? Stonyhurst

    Maximilien Robespierre - Louis-le-Grand

    Martin Heidagger (German Philosopher) ? Jesuit Academy in Messkirch, Germany

    Denis Diderot (French Philosopher, Former Editor-in-Chief ? Encyclop?die: The Principal Publication During the Age of Enlightenment) - Langres

    William ?Bill? Clinton ? Georgetown

    Josef Stalin - Tiflis Theological Seminary

    Fidel Castro ? Belen Academy

    Denzel Washington ? Fordham

    Charles Laughton (British Actor) - Stonyhurst

    Bob Newhart ? Loyola University of Chicago

    Alain Juppe (Former French Prime Minister) - Louis-le-Grand

    Brian Mulroney (Former Canadian Prime Minister) ? Xavier University

    Louis Saint Laurent (Former Canadian Prime Minister) ? St. Louis University

    Pierre Elliott Trudeau ? (Former Canadian Prime Minister) - Jean-de-Br?beuf

    Sir Frederick Aloysius Weld (Former New Zealand Prime Minister) - Stonyhurst

    Pope Pius XII ? Gregorian University

    Pope John Paul I ? Gregorian University

    Pope Paul VI ? Gregorian University

    Jean Marie Le Pen (French Presidential Candidate, Right-Wing Political Leader) - Saint-Fran?ois-Xavier Academy

    Madeline Albright (Former U.S. Secretary of State) ? Georgetown

    Patrick Buchanan (American Journalist, Former U.S. Presidential Candidate) ? Georgetown

    Senator George Mitchell (Architect of the Northern Ireland Peace Agreement) ? Georgetown

    Saint Maksymilian Maria Kolbe (Franciscan WWII Martyr; Leader of the Jewish refugee movement) ? Gregorian University

    Hans Kung (Swiss Theologian) ? Gregorian University

    Avery Dulles (American Theologian) ? Woodstock

    Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. (English Poet) - St. Beuno's College

    Pedro Arrupe, S.J. ? Jesuit Academy in Madrid

    James Joyce (Irish Poet) ? Jesuit Academy in Dublin

    Jaques Marquette, S.J. (North American Explorer) ? Jesuit Academy in Nancy, France

    Hermann Staudinger (German Chemist, Nobel Prize Awardee) - Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg

    Alberto Christiani (Former President ? El Salvador) ? Georgetown

    Clarence Thomas (U.S. Supreme Court Justice) ? Holy Cross

    Joseph Murray (American Surgeon, Nobel Prize Awardee) ? Holy Cross

    Roberto Goizueta (Former Chairman - Coca-Cola Co.) ? Belen Academy

    Bill O'Rielly (American Journalist, Talk Show Host, and Author) - Boston College

    Maria Kennedy-Shriver (American Journalist) ? Georgetown

    Geraldine Ferraro (Former U.S. Congresswoman, American Feminist Leader, Jounalist) ? Fordham

    Richard Cusack (American Actor) ? Holy Cross

    William J. McDonough (Chairman ? New York Federal Reserve Bank) ? Holy Cross

    Robert C. Wright (President and CEO ? NBC) ? Holy Cross

    Robert S. Morrison (Chairman ? The Quaker Oats Co.) ? Holy Cross

    Robert Miller (Governor ? Nevada) ? Santa Clara

    William Daley (Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce) ? Loyola University of Chicago

    William Clark (Former U.S. Interior Secretary) ? Loyola Marymount

    Edward Derwinski (Former U.S. Veterans? Affairs Secretary) ? Loyola University of Chicago

    World Sports Figures:

    Vince Lombardi (Professional Football Coach) - Fordham
    Bob Cousy ? Holy Cross
    Thomas W. Heinsohn ? Holy Cross
    Patrick Ewing ? Georgetown
    Steve Nash ? Santa Clara
    James Worthy ? Boston College
    Alonzo Morning ? Georgetown
    Dikembe Mutombo - Georgetown

    This list also excludes Jesuit Saints who, in their own right, have also shaped history with their work.

    Victory, Oscar01, et al, relish this spam I just made!:D
  • ferrisbferrisb Member PExer
    wasn't james worthy a tar heel? he played with MJ (or MJ played with him, as he is wont to say). did he get another degree at BC?

    oh and you forgot to include mutombo to complete the list of georgetown alum centers. and allen iverson or did you exclude him on your list on purpose?:D you have to admit though. he is somewhat shaping BASKETBALL history.
  • Lek-LekLek-Lek Kent Ridge PExer
    Great list there, rabbaddal! Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. is my favorite pote--I just love the articulation and style of his works.
  • BulldogsBulldogs Banned by Admin PExer
    Originally posted by rabbaddal
    Aba, maganda yata itong bagong laro nina exterminator at greener_pastures - Jesuit Schools vs. La Sallian Schools.

    It is worthy to note that the reputation and performance of a sister school abroad has nothing to do with the reputation and performance of the affiliate schools in the Philippines. If that were the case, then it wouldn't be fair to schools like UP or NU who have no sister schools abroad. And, at least as far as Ateneo is concerned, the Philippine schools do not need to ride on the coat tails of their sister schools.

    So how do these schools compare in the global arena? greener_pastures classified the La Salle school system as "world class". The term "world class" is associated with performance, not mere presence and membership. In the context of sports, for example, the Philippines is a member of the IOC (membership) and a participant in every recent Olympic Games (presence). But only its boxing, teakwondo, and bowling teams can be classified as "world class" because it is these teams that have produced medals in recent years.

    In terms of reputation, I can't speak for the La Salle schools, but as far as I know, many Jesuit Universities mentioned by exterminator such as Georgetown, Holy Cross, Fordham, Marquette, Loyola U., Seattle U., Boston College, ESADE, Stonyhurst (alma mater to members of the House of Lords and Commons), Sophia U. (alma mater to members of the Japanese Diet), the Pontifical Gregorian U. (alma mater of 19 popes and 12 saints) and so on are famous around the world not just in name but also for their original work in the arts, humanities and sciences.

    In terms of surveys, its very difficult to judge because only American schools have been included in surveys whose methods are proven and ongoing. A look into a recent ranking published by USNews in this website - http://www.usnews.com/usnews/edu/college/rankings/rankindex.htm shows that American Jesuit schools have placed respectably in the competitive U.S. education system. Both Holy Cross and Georgetown have placed among the top-tier Liberal Arts Colleges and National Universities respectively. Other Jesuit schools have placed in the 2nd-tier and 3rd-tier. I can't speak for American La Salle schools because none of the schools named "La Salle" seem to have made it to the top 1,000 of the rankings, unless I missed out on something.

    And finally, with regards to an earlier post:

    ...and may I add the qualification: no matter how much space-wasting graphics you use to window-dress your posts...:D

    Granted that the "world class" performance of a schools' alumni are a measure of the "world class" caliber of its schools, then Jesuit schools have, to a certain extent, proven they are "world class". I can't speak for the alumni of La Salle schools, but the few Jesuit school alumni that I know of have shaped world history through their accomplishments.

    I'm not that familiar with graduates from Jesuit schools around the world, and I doubt that exterminator is that knowledgable about the matter as well, but here are a few names, including the Jesuit institution that they attended, of accomplished people (actual degree holders and not just people who attended one or two years of elementary school) that I can drop for now:

    Voltaire - Louis-le-Grand

    Rene Descartes - La Fl?che

    Arthur Conan Doyle ? Stonyhurst

    Maximilien Robespierre - Louis-le-Grand

    Martin Heidagger (German Philosopher) ? Jesuit Academy in Messkirch, Germany

    William ?Bill? Clinton ? Georgetown

    Josef Stalin - Tiflis Theological Seminary

    Fidel Castro ? Belen Academy

    Denzel Washington ? Fordham

    Charles Laughton (British Actor) - Stonyhurst

    Bob Newhart ? Loyola University of Chicago

    Alain Juppe (Former French Prime Minister) - Louis-le-Grand

    Brian Mulroney (Former Canadian Prime Minister) ? Xavier University

    Louis Saint Laurent (Former Canadian Prime Minister) ? St. Louis University

    Pierre Elliott Trudeau ? (Former Canadian Prime Minister) - Jean-de-Br?beuf

    Sir Frederick Aloysius Weld (Former New Zealand Prime Minister) - Stonyhurst

    Pope Pius XII ? Gregorian University

    Pope John Paul I ? Gregorian University

    Pope Paul VI ? Gregorian University

    Jean Marie Le Pen (French Presidential Candidate, Right-Wing Political Leader) - Saint-Fran?ois-Xavier Academy

    Madeline Albright (Former U.S. Secretary of State) ? Georgetown

    Patrick Buchanan (American Journalist, Former U.S. Presidential Candidate) ? Georgetown

    Senator George Mitchell (Architect of the Northern Ireland Peace Agreement) ? Georgetown

    Saint Maksymilian Maria Kolbe (Franciscan WWII Martyr; Leader of the Jewish refugee movement) ? Gregorian University

    Hans Kung (Swiss Theologian) ? Gregorian University

    Avery Dulles (American Theologian) ? Woodstock

    Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. (English Poet) - St. Beuno's College

    Pedro Arrupe, S.J. ? Jesuit Academy in Madrid

    James Joyce (Irish Poet) ? Jesuit Academy in Dublin

    Jaques Marquette, S.J. (North American Explorer) ? Jesuit Academy in Nancy, France

    Hermann Staudinger (German Chemist, Nobel Prize Awardee) - Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg

    Alberto Christiani (Former President ? El Salvador) ? Georgetown

    Clarence Thomas (U.S. Supreme Court Justice) ? Holy Cross

    Joseph Murray (American Surgeon, Nobel Prize Awardee) ? Holy Cross

    Roberto Goizueta (Former Chairman - Coca-Cola Co.) ? Belen Academy

    Maria Kennedy-Shriver (American Journalist) ? Georgetown

    Geraldine Ferraro (Former U.S. Congresswoman, American Feminist Leader, Jounalist) ? Fordham

    Richard Cusack (American Actor) ? Holy Cross

    William J. McDonough (Chairman ? New York Federal Reserve Bank) ? Holy Cross

    Robert C. Wright (President and CEO ? NBC) ? Holy Cross

    Robert S. Morrison (Chairman ? The Quaker Oats Co.) ? Holy Cross

    Robert Miller (Governor ? Nevada) ? Santa Clara

    William Daley (Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce) ? Loyola University of Chicago

    William Clark (Former U.S. Interior Secretary) ? Loyola Marymount

    Edward Derwinski (Former U.S. Veterans? Affairs Secretary) ? Loyola University of Chicago

    World Sports Figures:

    Vince Lombardi (Professional Football Coach) - Fordham
    Bob Cousy ? Holy Cross
    Thomas W. Heinsohn ? Holy Cross
    Patrick Ewing ? Georgetown
    Steve Nash ? Santa Clara
    James Worthy ? Boston College
    Alonzo Morning ? Georgetown

    This list also excludes Jesuit Saints who, in their own right, have also shaped history with their work.

    Victory, Oscar01, et al, relish this spam I just made!:D

    Aba, astig ang post ni rabbaddal ha. Mas lalong nagmumukhang ebaks ang La Salle. Hindi lang pala sa Pinas, pati pala sa abroad ebaks ang reputasyon. At least, consistent siya.

    Ni Top 1000 schools, wala ang DLSU. Ano ba yan! Baka sa top 1,000,000 makachamba at kasali na. Wawa naman. Nagigilti tuloy ako sa pagtukso. Aping-api na pala sa pagka-ebak-ish ang DSLU world-wide. Grabe.

    Kasi naman si verdenus_manuris, napaka-TH. Ang hilig makikompetensya kay Extrerminator eh no match naman siya. Yan ang napapala mo sa kahambugan. Lalung nalaladlad ang pagka-talunan ng skewl bukol mo.

    Sige habaan mo pa ang iyong listahan para sumaya ka. Isama mo na pati ang mga libu-libong sikat na kiting at pusa na nagsikalat sa may Planet Goks. Panay "inbreeding" ng mga walang magawang pusa. Kaya lalong nagiging mga bobo sila tulad na rin ng mga estudyante.

    Pati na rin ang mga sikat na gumamit ng CR sa La Salle, isali na rin sa alumni list para naman makahabol kayo sa Ateneo. Pati na ang mga janitor at janitress, isama na rin.

    Wawa naman kasi sila eh. Nagmumukhang mga FIFIchugin. :bigcry:

    Mwehehehehhehheheh :lol:

    Peace and love.
  • SprakatumskiSprakatumski Member PExer
    Originally posted by Bulldogs
    Mwehehehehhehheheh

    AHA! Ikaw yung nilampaso ko at pinaglaruan dati ah!

    Ibang klase ang pagka-pikon mo pre. Sinabotahe mo na at binuhusan ng kabantutan ang lahat ng threads about dlsu. OLATS ka nga talaga at PIKON. UTOT KO LANG KASI ANG KAYA MONG KALABANIN EH. Kaya you used "displacement" PARA MAKA-IWAS KA SA KINATATAKUTAN MONG KALABAN. MALAMYA AT LAMPA KA TITA. :curly:

    JOLOGS KA DIBA BATAY SA NAKARARAMI.. WAG KA NA MAG-PRETEND THAT YOU KNOW SO MANY THINGS. MAHIRAP MAG-PANGGAP, BAKA LALO LANG BUMIGAY AT MAGLAHONG PARANG UTOT ANG BUTLIG MONG UTAK. :nerd:

    Wala akong magagawa, NU ka lang naman eh. Produkto ka ng skwelahan ng mga LONGKATUTS at BULOK.

    Ganyan ba talaga ang mga nag-aral sa MABANTOT AT MADUNGIS na SKUL BUKOL sa may QUIAPO. MUKHANG NAHIGOP NA NG KOKOTE MO ANG LAHAT NG MASANG-SANG NA KABULUKAN NG SKWELAHAN MO.

    PERO TEKA! ASAN NA SI BULLDOG_FAN? TSAKA, BALITA KO MAY MGA NAG-TRYING HARD PA DAW NA BULLYDOG AT Bulldog_Fan? HA?! ISINUKA SILA NG PINOYEXCHANGE! BANNED! mwehehehehehehehehehe..... :evil_lol: hahahahahahaha..... :evil_lol:

    NATURAL NAMAN ANG GINAWA NG PEX. PAG BULOK DAPAT NA TALAGANG ITAKWIL AT ITAPON. LALO NA PAG HOPELESS CASE. :freak:

    SABIHIN MO MAN NA NAG-RESSURECT KA NA, USELESS NA. MAY HATOL NA SA BASURANG TULAD MO. NAKATATAK NA SA MUKHA MO NA TALUNAN AT EBAKS KA. TY TO PEX FOR FLUSHING DOWN THIS STINKY GUY. UNFORTUNATELY, MAY LATAK PA NA NATIRA. WELL SABAGAY, HAYAAN NA LANG NATIN SYANG MAG-ENJOY AT LUMUTANG LUTANG SA KANYANG PARAISO.

    LET'S NOT DEPRIVE HIM OF HIS STINKY JOY.



    MABUHAY ANG MGA CERTIFIED TALUNAN AT TSOPE!



    Peace and Love to all.
  • LaTtE`MLaTtE`M perverted daddy bear PExer
    Originally posted by Bulldogs

    Aba, astig ang post ni rabbaddal ha. Mas lalong nagmumukhang ebaks ang La Salle. Hindi lang pala sa Pinas, pati pala sa abroad ebaks ang reputasyon. At least, consistent siya.

    Ni Top 1000 schools, wala ang DLSU. Ano ba yan! Baka sa top 1,000,000 makachamba at kasali na. Wawa naman. Nagigilti tuloy ako sa pagtukso. Aping-api na pala sa pagka-ebak-ish ang DSLU world-wide. Grabe.

    Kasi naman si verdenus_manuris, napaka-TH. Ang hilig makikompetensya kay Extrerminator eh no match naman siya. Yan ang napapala mo sa kahambugan. Lalung nalaladlad ang pagka-talunan ng skewl bukol mo.

    Sige habaan mo pa ang iyong listahan para sumaya ka. Isama mo na pati ang mga libu-libong sikat na kiting at pusa na nagsikalat sa may Planet Goks. Panay "inbreeding" ng mga walang magawang pusa. Kaya lalong nagiging mga bobo sila tulad na rin ng mga estudyante.

    Pati na rin ang mga sikat na gumamit ng CR sa La Salle, isali na rin sa alumni list para naman makahabol kayo sa Ateneo. Pati na ang mga janitor at janitress, isama na rin.

    Wawa naman kasi sila eh. Nagmumukhang mga FIFIchugin. :bigcry:

    Mwehehehehhehheheh :lol:

    Peace and love.

    Pare naman, sa pananalita mo pa lang, halata nang ang "breeding" mo ay mas masahol pa sa mga dagang umaaligid sa mga imburnal at kanal ng Morayta.

    Kung kakalabanin mo ang La Salle, gumamit ka ng matinong wika, hindi yang boses kalyeng nagpapakita ng iyong mababang kaurian.

    Peace and love? Anong alam mo sa peace and love? Ang mang-insulto at mang-alipusta sa isang pamamaraang hindi ka kayang balikan?

    Sige, putak pa!
  • BulldogsBulldogs Banned by Admin PExer
    Wow naman naman naman.

    Talagang nagwawala na ang mga Lasalista sa pagka-pikon. Nagiging personalan na ang labanan.

    Don't wowwreee. I won't stoop to your level. Poise at sosi pa rin ako.

    Puro truth lang ang gusto kong sabihin.

    Masama ba na obyus na ebaks ang La Salle hindi lang sa Pinas at pati na sa buong world. Ni Top 1000 sa USA, walang La Salle.

    At least ang mga Jesuits, nandun sa top 50, Tier 2 at Tier 3.

    Eh ang La Salle??? Baka nasa Tier 23rd kayo out of a total of 23 tiers?

    Mwahahahahahahaha :lol:

    Wag sana mapikon at pagbutihin na lang niyo ang pag-aaral. Maski na skewl bukol, siguro naman may matututunan rin kayo masi kakaunti lang nga.

    Make the most of what you have. Maski na maliit lang ang brain capacity niyo, okey lang yun. Buti nga nasa La Salle kayo himbis na sa looban ng Mandaluyong. Baka maging classmate pa niyo si Brenda ha. Kayo rin. Ingats-ingats.

    Mag take na lang kayo ng Gingko Bilboa para lumakas ang sirkulasyon ng dugo sa brain niyo. Mukhang tigang na tigang kasi eh.

    At tsaka, magaling naman ang La Salle sa basketbol ha. Di ba 4-peat champions kayo.

    Galeng-galeng. <clap clap clap>

    Masaya na kayo?

    Talaga nga naman. It takes little to make ebakish people happy.

    Wawa naman.

    Nyek nyek nyek nyek nyek :evil_lol:

    Bulldogs Rulezzzzz!
  • Greener_PastureGreener_Pasture Member PExer
    Ayos ang mga posts ko ah! Lagi si Bulldogs ang kasunod. :D

    Newei, we all go through that stage called toddler years. mga kakulitan.. childish thoughts.. and sometimes we are not aware of what we are doing.. to the point that sometimes we tend to eat our own poop. Luckily for me, i didn't reach as far as eating my own poop.

    But eventually as we age, we gain the wisdom of our parents and elders. In the process, we also attain maturity and a sense of being. We will stumble and fall. We will actually commit mistakes. But the distinuishing factor that will make us real humans is the knowledge and ability to accept our faults and shortcomings both in ourselves and to society. It is in "genuine realization" that we become better souls and worthy recipients of the gift of life.

    Everything is temporary. Time will reveal.
  • rabbaddalrabbaddal Westchester Ranger PExer
    Originally posted by Lek-Lek
    Great list there, rabbaddal! Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J. is my favorite pote--I just love the articulation and style of his works.

    Hopkins is my favorite poet too. He used his own system called "sprung rhythm", an irregular system of prosody based on the number of stressed syllables in a line and permits an indeterminate number of unstressed syllables.

    In his poem "Spring and Fall to a Young Child", he used sprung rhythm like this:

    Margaret are you grieving

    Over Goldengrove unleaving?

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  • straightshooterstraightshooter Member PExer
    Originally posted by Greener_Pasture
    Ayos ang mga posts ko ah! Lagi si Bulldogs ang kasunod. :D

    Newei, we all go through that stage called toddler years. mga kakulitan.. childish thoughts.. and sometimes we are not aware of what we are doing.. to the point that sometimes we tend to eat our own poop. Luckily for me, i didn't reach as far as eating my own poop.

    But eventually as we age, we gain the wisdom of our parents and elders. In the process, we also attain maturity and a sense of being. We will stumble and fall. We will actually commit mistakes. But the distinuishing factor that will make us real humans is the knowledge and ability to accept our faults and shortcomings both in ourselves and to society. It is in "genuine realization" that we become better souls and worthy recipients of the gift of life.

    Everything is temporary. Time will reveal.

    Nice words. I just wish you practice what you preach. Spamming, you see, is like scattering your poop all over the place and forcing people to eat it. Not very mature; not at all wise. Are you ready to accept your fault? Are you willing to accept your shortcoming? Let's see. Time, indeed, will reveal.
  • nerdoxnerdox Member PExer
    Originally posted by Bulldogs

    Isama mo na pati ang mga libu-libong sikat na kiting at pusa na nagsikalat sa may Planet Goks.

    Hmmm... I wonder if may thread na ang kuting at pusa sa Gox para malaman ng taga-NU. :confused:
  • Greener_PastureGreener_Pasture Member PExer
    Originally posted by straightshooter
    Nice words. I just wish you practice what you preach. Spamming, you see, is like scattering your poop all over the place and forcing people to eat it. Not very mature; not at all wise. Are you ready to accept your fault? Are you willing to accept your shortcoming? Let's see. Time, indeed, will reveal.

    Wished granted even before it was wished!

    I'm posting in a manner that is relatively suitable to respond to the thread question.

    If it asked for alumnus & not alumni, i would have given an easier simplex reply. But by common sense, this is a qualified spamming thread as seen in the behavior of the various thread participants. Hope you don't be such a singleton and one-track minded lad.


    Maybe I would return the question to you.

    You are such a fault finder even in the other threads. Moreover, you are like a reflexive disparager.

    Yes you have outgrown to be a bambino, but my kerugma on maturity is in close affinity with morality.


    Anyway, I just don't practice what I preach, I also rightfully encourage it to deserving individuals.

    Take your time in assimilating my previous post. Time will reveal.
    But eventually as we age, we gain the wisdom of our parents and elders. In the process, we also attain maturity and a sense of being. We will stumble and fall. We will actually commit mistakes. But the distinuishing factor that will make us real humans is the knowledge and ability to accept our faults and shortcomings both in ourselves and to society. It is in "genuine realization" that we become better souls and worthy recipients of the gift of life.
  • rabbaddalrabbaddal Westchester Ranger PExer
    Originally posted by straightshooter


    Nice words. I just wish you practice what you preach. Spamming, you see, is like scattering your poop all over the place and forcing people to eat it. Not very mature; not at all wise. Are you ready to accept your fault? Are you willing to accept your shortcoming? Let's see. Time, indeed, will reveal.

    straightshooter,

    Let him spam all he wants. Don't you just enjoy seeing his posts backfire on him every now and then? If he didn't spam, PEX wouldn't be as fun.
  • BulldogsBulldogs Banned by Admin PExer
    Talagang may tama na si verdenus_manuris_pasturealis.

    Kung sumulat parang tulala at wala na sa sarili. Masyadong pa-feeling intellectual e obyus naman na hindi. Mali-mali ang usage ng words na ingles. Wawa naman si Pareng Webster at Thesaurus. Minasaker ang ingles. Sobrang TH kasi e.

    Ano ba ang kultong sinalihan mo, GP? Davidian ka ba o Jolinian? Kasi kung Davidian ka, matagal ng lumipad ang spaceship na dapat sinakyan niyo. Naiwanan ka na.

    Oo nga. Tigil na ang spamming, pwede ba. Dapat panay high level ang diskusyon natin para naman may intellectual exchange tayo.

    Sawa na ako sa mga hype at kasinungalingan ng mga taga La Salle eh. Alam naman nating lahat na kesyo CHED, kesyo KAMAYCU ek ek, bobo pa rin sila eh. Walang pagbabago.

    Peace.

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