My Classmates and their Robots

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They say that what you create relfects who you are. Last time, I posted my version of my humanoid robot in my multiply site. It's really interesting to read comments from people because its my creation, and it somehow shows my personality. They said that my robot is "sosyal", "cool", "nice", and "lameg". Sometimes, i feel i am 'sosyal' and 'cool' (and cold) too. *lol*. Anyways, here are the robots of my classmates and their personalities, based on their creations.


Francis Alminar - laidback, strong, sometimes clueless.. :)


Jervin - complicated, sosyal, creative, intricate


Errl - funny but serious sometimes, gamer


Jojie - so girlie! creative, fun to be with, crazy :p


JC - deadly.lolz


Jervin R. - Big, gamer, body builder. :)


Ryann - short, calm, chill lang..


Janric - gothic kuno, dark, pessimist minsan..


IP - maputi :) hardworking, industrious


Jolas - (im not xur). Alam ko playboy.nyahaha.


Chua - short, sloth


Tennyl - aftereffects k lng tens.hehe.
funny, simple, clueless..


Edmund - big, gamer, center of attention


Borchie - small, funny, joker, kwela lang


Christoferd -expert sa maya, obvious ba?
stiff, intricate, complicated (the way he thinks)..

Take Action: Tell the U.S. it's Time to Act on Climate Change

12:28 PM


More than any other country, action taken by the United States to limit greenhouse gases and build a clean energy economy is needed to achieve a sustainable solution to our global climate crisis.

This December world leaders will gather in Copenhagen to negotiate a global response to climate change. As a world leader in greenhouse gas pollution as well as clean energy technology, the United States needs to take bold action by implementing comprehensive clean energy policies to curb emissions.

President Barack Obama has said that climate change is an urgent threat, and that he wants to restore America's responsible leadership in the world.

This is a chance for people around the world and in the United States to join together in telling President Obama that we want him to lead the United States in taking bold and significant action to reduce greenhouse gasses.

Time is running out, and our planet can't afford to wait.
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