December 11, 2012
FREEDOM FROM CHRISTMAS

Check out the editorial on my “Sam I Am Blog” on Word Press.

Sam

December 7, 2012
“BURN IN HELL EMPEROR HIROHITO ! SOCIAL MEDIA EDITORIAL

"Shouldn’t A Terrorist State be held accountable by global justice ?"

December 5, 2012
Christmas Camel For Kids Photos by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

Photos of a camel that kids  can use for Christmas craft projects.  Sam

December 3, 2012
What is it ? The Prototype Photos by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

Check out the photo on my “Sam I Am Blog” and tell me what you think it is ?

July 31, 2012
" Dreams Of The PBA" — Ring, the puppy, stretches out on the cool,concrete porch under a bamboo bench at One Warren Way, Barangay Baras, Leyte, Republic of the Philippines.  He decided to take a nap next to my nephews’ basketball.  While the nephews seem never to miss a televised Philippine Basketball Association game, Ring’s peaceful slumber suggests he maybe wondering if the PBA has an opening for a mascot.  Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

" Dreams Of The PBA" — Ring, the puppy, stretches out on the cool,concrete porch under a bamboo bench at One Warren Way, Barangay Baras, Leyte, Republic of the Philippines.  He decided to take a nap next to my nephews’ basketball.  While the nephews seem never to miss a televised Philippine Basketball Association game, Ring’s peaceful slumber suggests he maybe wondering if the PBA has an opening for a mascot.  Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

May 3, 2012

Barangay Cameri Festival Dance Troupe May 2 Practice Session 1_1236.MOV (by Samuel Warren)

April 28, 2012

Barangay Cameri Festival Dance Troupe 1,2,3,_1235.MOV (by Samuel Warren)

April 28, 2012
"Dance, Dance, Dance !"  Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr. — Some of the youth of Barangay Cameri, Barangay Baras, in the Republic of the Philippines, are spending their "summer vacation" preparing to perform at the Barangay Cameri Festival May 12, 2012.  These 11 youth have decided to train, essentially two hours in the morning, and two hours in the afternoon, despite the heat, to get ready to perform at the festival.  They are working to come up with their own "Ute" dance routine.  They began with music from cell phones as a sound track, now, they have CDs and a "boom box" as they change their ideas into a dance routine.  To see the MOV video on YOU Tube click this link: 
http://youtu.be/cdocwEr2zKA

"Dance, Dance, Dance !"  Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr. — Some of the youth of Barangay Cameri, Barangay Baras, in the Republic of the Philippines, are spending their "summer vacation" preparing to perform at the Barangay Cameri Festival May 12, 2012.  These 11 youth have decided to train, essentially two hours in the morning, and two hours in the afternoon, despite the heat, to get ready to perform at the festival.  They are working to come up with their own "Ute" dance routine.  They began with music from cell phones as a sound track, now, they have CDs and a "boom box" as they change their ideas into a dance routine.  To see the MOV video on YOU Tube click this link: 

http://youtu.be/cdocwEr2zKA

April 25, 2012
East Texas Or Eastern Visayas ? Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr. The correct answer is Eastern Visayas. Analyn Natividad holds Sarge’s leash. Christy Warren holds Smiley’s leash. Mac Mac Roa looks into the Nipa Hut, while his mother, Marife, slices up a coconut. This scene of domestic tranquility happened in a Leyte jungle in the Republic of the Philippines. I raised my Nikon D 40 and took the photograph. In my childhood, I visited Papa and Mama Warren in Simpsonville, in east Texas, and the nipa hut reminded me of the large wooden clapboard house that they lived in. The slicing of the coconuts reminded me of the summer, my east Texas’ cousins, and I got to eat fresh cut stalks of sugar cane in the sugar cane fields of east Texas. Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

East Texas Or Eastern Visayas ? Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr. The correct answer is Eastern Visayas. Analyn Natividad holds Sarge’s leash. Christy Warren holds Smiley’s leash. Mac Mac Roa looks into the Nipa Hut, while his mother, Marife, slices up a coconut. This scene of domestic tranquility happened in a Leyte jungle in the Republic of the Philippines. I raised my Nikon D 40 and took the photograph. In my childhood, I visited Papa and Mama Warren in Simpsonville, in east Texas, and the nipa hut reminded me of the large wooden clapboard house that they lived in. The slicing of the coconuts reminded me of the summer, my east Texas’ cousins, and I got to eat fresh cut stalks of sugar cane in the sugar cane fields of east Texas. Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

April 21, 2012
The Big C - CSW Cafe -The Big Green C, on the ceiling of the CSW Cafe, provides lighting and serves as a diligent testament to the determination, devotion, dedication and industrious of Christy Warren, a Filipina, who had a dream to own a cafe.  April 20, 2012, on 128 Independcia Street, in Tacloban City, Leyte, Republic of the Philippines, the doors opened and the dream became a reality.  Christy Warren first made US and Filipino news headlines in August 2008, when American and Filipino news media reported her 21-year humanitarian struggle to relocate and reunite with family members missing since the eruption of Mount Pinatubo.  Christy and her husband, Sam, sufed the Internet looking for any of the family’s names.  Christy signed the electronic guestbook of the Tacloban City Local Government Unit and the administrator, Eugene Ramos, connected her via cell phone with her brother, Ramon.  Now, Christy and her family operate the CSW Cafe in Tacloban City.  Moral to the story - Never Underestimate The Big C - Christy Warren.  Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

The Big C - CSW Cafe -The Big Green C, on the ceiling of the CSW Cafe, provides lighting and serves as a diligent testament to the determination, devotion, dedication and industrious of Christy Warren, a Filipina, who had a dream to own a cafe.  April 20, 2012, on 128 Independcia Street, in Tacloban City, Leyte, Republic of the Philippines, the doors opened and the dream became a reality.  Christy Warren first made US and Filipino news headlines in August 2008, when American and Filipino news media reported her 21-year humanitarian struggle to relocate and reunite with family members missing since the eruption of Mount Pinatubo.  Christy and her husband, Sam, sufed the Internet looking for any of the family’s names.  Christy signed the electronic guestbook of the Tacloban City Local Government Unit and the administrator, Eugene Ramos, connected her via cell phone with her brother, Ramon.  Now, Christy and her family operate the CSW Cafe in Tacloban City.  Moral to the story - Never Underestimate The Big C - Christy Warren.  Photo by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

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