Thursday, December 23, 2010
Episode 4: Survivor Nicaragua- Delusion of Grandeur
Episode 5: Survivor Nicaragua- Peace out Tyrone!
Episode 6: Survivor Nicaragua- Adam & Yve
Episode 7: Survivor Nicaragua- The Doctor is Out!
Episode 8: Survivor Nicaragua-The Curious Case of the Dirt Squirrel
Episode 9: Survivor Nicaragua- Predictable Things Happen…
Episode 10: Survivor Nicaragua – Libertad’s Wake-up Call
Episode 11: Survivor Nicaragua – Just a Recap
Episode 12: Survivor Nicaragua – Quitters Never Win
Episode 13: Survivor Nicaragua – The Swing Vote
Episode 14: Who’ll Win Survivor Nicaragua?
Season Finale: Survivor Nicaragua – The Underdog Wins
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
1) The Tribe Has Spoken: The Former NFL Coach, Jimmy Johnson, was voted out. What does this mean for Espada? Who’ll replace his coaching position? (Continue Reading)
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Tribal Council: La Flor’s very first tribal Council was an inferno madness. Web of personalities began to clash and selfish intentions started to surface. In one side, there was Shannon versus Chase. Jeff Probst popped a question then Shannon started to fall apart. He lose much control allowing his irrational subconscious to dictate; it only means he was digging his own grave by: ( Continue Reading)
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
1) The Medallion of Power: Another new season, another new twist before the game started- The Medallion of Power. Brenda found it but she has given it up in exchange of flint and other fishing tools.
Thursday, September 16, 2010
SurvivorDean's First Impression Bets before the new season starts on September 16, 2010 on Solar TV (Here in the Philippines). I have decided to pick one man and one woman in each tribe to make the selection fair.
Let's start with... (Continue Reading)
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
There's always a first in everything, especially in tennis. Advancing into the third round of Internazionali BNL d’Italia, Ana Ivanovic, unseeded and the clear-underdog, continued to play at her best form and upset Elena Dementieva for the first time in five meetings (6-1, 7-6(5)). This unforgettable match that features long and impressive rallies lasted for one hour and thirty-nine minutes.
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Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Australian Open 2008 (QF): Memorable and unforgettable day for Ana Ivanovic. Ana was moving well, constantly hitting those lines with precision and stunned Venus Williams for the first time in straight sets.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Five Good Reasons Why Sandra Won