Sunday, June 26, 2011


Captain America, also known as Steve Rogers, is a Marvel Comics superhero who has been a symbol of America since the 1940s.
Steve Rogers was a weak young man who lived during World War II and desperately wanted to enlist and fight the Nazis. However, he was deemed unfit to be in combat, until he was brought into a special program called Operation: Rebirth. There, he was the one who tested the Super Soldier Serum, which transformed him from a scrawny and weak young man, to a soldier who was at the peak of physical perfection. However, before the serum's ingredients could be written down, the lead scientist was assassinated by a Nazi spy. Steve, now with the name Captain America, was given a shield and tasked with fighting Hitler's forces such as the Red Skull and Baron Zemo. With his sidekick Bucky, Cap fought for the American dream, serving alongside future heroes such as Wolverine and Nick Fury. However, while trying to stop a missile, Bucky was seemingly killed and Cap was flung into the ocean and frozen until modern times.

Captain America is an all-around patriot, believing in all of the things that make America great. He always strives to make America even better. He is a very dedicated friend, and has a set group of ideals. He is strictly opposed to any form of oppression, which is why he rebelled against the Super-Human Registration Act, viewing it as a violation of their constitutional rights. He can be a bit stuck in the past, always remembering the things he lived with during the Great Depression and World War II compared to modern things.
In Marvel vs. Capcom 3, his friendship with Iron Man is shown by their use of a first name basis. While switching out, Cap calls Iron Man "Tony," and Iron Man calls Cap "Steve." Also in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, when Cap defeats Iron Man, one of his quotes during his win pose is "That's for the Civil War", referencing the major Civil War storyline in the comics, as well as the game "Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, where the heroes were against each other in a war and Cap and Iron Man respectively led each side. He is one of the last 7 fighters that has made an appearance as a playable character in every single Marvel vs. Capcom game since the first one.
In Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Captain America's rival seems to be Felicia, because they both have dreams. Cap has the American Dream (due to the love of his country) and Felicia has a dream of becoming a popstar.


Cammy, also known by the full name Cammy White (in Super Street Fighter II) and the codename Killer Bee (in Street Fighter Alpha 3), is a video game character in the Street Fighter series. She first appeared in the fighting game Super Street Fighter II, which was released in 1993, as one of the "New Challengers", the four new characters introduced in that title. She is the second female character in the Street Fighter series, following Chun-Li. Out of the four New Challengers, Cammy is by far the most prominent, having many more game appearances than the others, as well as more appearances in games and other media than many of the original "world warriors."

Cammy is a quick, close range fighter. She lacks any projectile or long-reaching attacks, and therefore hurls herself at the enemy relying on speed and priority. For example, her standing hard punch can often cancel an opponent's attack outright, if it connects. Priority such as this makes her one of the easiest characters to use in Capcom vs. SNK 2. Her original incarnation in Super Street Fighter II had trouble evading projectile attacks, so later incarnations involved reworked and additional special moves to evade fireballs with ease.

Cammy's anti-air move, the Cannon Spike (or Thrust Kick in the English versions of SSF2) causes her to quickly kick one leg upward into the air, twisting her body and flipping backward, putting her at a safe range from the opponent when the move completes. It has very high priority for such a safe move.

Cammy's forward offensive attack, the Spiral Arrow (or Cannon Drill in the English versions of SSF2) causes her to lunge forward, feet first, while spinning. Used as a distance-clearing attack, its original versions were still vulnerable to being struck by projectiles. However, her Spiral Arrow in Capcom vs. SNK travels under most projectiles, and also must be blocked in a crouching position, enhancing the move's usefulness.

In the Marvel vs. Capcom series, many of Cammy's special and super moves are endowed with blue flames characteristic of Psycho Power. She also receives the Cannon Revenge, which is a counter move that has her automatically retaliating against physical attacks with a floating punch or a Cannon Spike (this technique was later available to Cammy in Street Fighter Alpha 3 when using her V-Ism incarnation). In these games, she can also double jump or triple jump.


Cable is Nathan Summers, the son of Scott Summers (Cyclops) and Madelyne Pryor (AKA the Goblyn Queen, a clone of Jean Grey produced by Mr. Sinister). Infected by a techno-organic virus by Apocalypse as a baby, Cable must use his telekinetic powers to keep the virus from ravaging his body. Thus in one of Cable's win poses, his arm succumbs to the virus and deforms.

Some of his special moves are : Gun Fire, Viper Beam, Running Fist, Psi-Charge, Electrap, and Scimitar Uppercut. Cables Hyper Combos are Hyper Viper and Time Flip. He got some Assist Moves too
A LP Viper Beam LP Viper Beam Hyper Viper
B HP Scimitar HP Scimitar Hyper Viper
Y LK Electrap LK Crackdown Hyper Viper

His B (anti-air) assist is considered his best assist, mostly because of his ability to use it as a counter and cancel into Hyper Viper. The A (projectile) assist can be used when more of a ground game is needed, and the Y (variable) assist can be used as a surprise assist.

When Replacing Your Garage Door

Have you ever tried to replace the garage doors all by yourself? So how was it? Well, i never had a chance to do that alone and i will never dare to do it because it is quite risky. Obviously, garage door is the biggest door in your house and definitely not an easy job to repair it.
It might require some special and heavy equipments since you are most likely to deal with heavy size hinges and more. I would probably hire an expert instead of doing the job alone. Even hiring someone from the neighborhood will not be that advisable. Well, i know most of us are looking for a cheaper and inexpensive option that's why we sometimes take the risk even we do not know anything about it. Well in the case of the garage door, i guess hiring an expert is a practical decision. Just imagine if you repair it yourself and something went wrong to it, so most likely it will leave you no choice but to ask for a professional technician to repair it which means, you have to pay for additional cost.
Same thing goes when you hire someone from the neighborhood. How if something went wrong? You will end up paying another repair fee again? That's very ridiculous right? I suggest that when it comes to a heavy duty job like this, better get a professional service, something like that Garage doors Portland In Oregon. They sure know what to do and they can fix the issue in no time in a very satisfying way.
So whether you want to replace or there's something to be repaired in your garage door, will you still take the risk fixing it yourself or you will ask help in the nature of this specialized repair companies?

Thursday, June 23, 2011


is a fictional demon in the Marvel Comics Universe. The character was created by Ann Nocenti and John Romita, Jr., and first appeared in Daredevil (vol. 1) #270 (Sept. 1989). Centuries of murder in a locale named Christ's Crown, New York, draws the attention of a demon-lord, Mephisto, who creates a "son", Blackheart, from the energy of the accumulated evil. Blackheart explored the nature of evil under his father's tutelage, clashing with and failing to corrupt Daredevil and Spider-Man. Mephisto and Blackheart once tormented Daredevil, Brandy Ash, the genetically engineered Number Nine, and the Inhumans Gorgon, Karnak, and Ahura, manipulating their emotions and tricking them. They were soon drawn into hell for worse torments. Brandy Ash did not survive.


Baby Bonnie Hood also known as B.B. Hood (Bulleta in Japan), is a character from the Darkstalkers series designed by Yoshiki Okamoto. Although she has a cute and innocent appearance (as her name suggests, she physically resembles Little Red Riding Hood), B.B. Hood is a murderous psychopath. As a Darkhunter, she kills Darkstalkers for money. As a homicidal schizophrenic, it is unwise for anyone to stand against her in her pursuit of money. Many look upon her as an antithesis to fellow darkhunters, Donovan Baine and Hsien-Ko.

When creating B.B. Hood, Okamoto stated in his design notes that every Darkstalker character is inspired by something in fantasy, myth, and horror. When creating B.B. Hood however, he wanted to do something a little more sinister. Rather than be based off of an archetype, or a myth, B.B. Hood is inspired by the frightening qualities of the human race itself. When motivated by greed or ambition and fueled by malice, no monster can compare to how terrifying humans can be. This is what B.B. Hood personifies, from her deceptive appearance to her relentless, heartless quest for money. It could even be said that B.B. Hood represents humanity's dark side (she even points it out in her ending in SNK vs. Capcom: The Match of the Millennium: "Violent, stingy, schizophrenic... It sounds... like me!"). These notes were included in the official Japanese strategy guide for Darkstalkers 3.

B.B. Hood's weapons of choice are a seemingly endless number of various armaments that she keeps hidden in her basket. Additionally, she tosses an endless supply of landmines from her pockets. Though a sweet little blonde on the outside, she's a powerful character and is highly psychotic. B.B. Hood is feared by weaker Darkstalkers everywhere.

B.B. Hood's profession was founded because droves of creatures from Makai had already flowed into the human world. Many of these creatures have since earned the interest of humans, be it scientific, prejudice, or simple curiosity. Items usable for decorations, materials that don't exist in the human world (such as the liquid and blood from their internal organs) are of keen interest, especially for research for bio-weapons and such. A "Darkhunter" is a job that was born to meet the demand for these clients.


Apocalypse, one of the very first mutants on the planet,was born in Egypt. When his family looked upon his hideous gray body and pale, thin blue lips, they cast him out into the desert, where he was found and raised by Baal and his tribe of nomads. Baal named him En Sabah Nur, and taught him the moral that only the strongest survive. This moral guided En Sabah for his entire life.

One day, he stumbled upon a spaceship that had belonged to an alien race known as the Celestials. Seeking to learn more about it, he tracked down time traveler Nathaniel Summers (Cable). The two fought, and En Sabah Nur nearly lost his life, but was rescued by Ozymandias, an ally of his. En Sabah Nur's blood had been infected with Summers' Techno-Organic Virus, which allowed him to become more powerful as well as interface with the ship's technology. He fashioned a high-tech suit of armor for himself that granted him unbelievable powers, and thus fully made the transition into Apocalypse, soon to be known by many names: The High Lord, The Forever Walker, The First One, Son of the Morning Fire, even Set, the Egyptian god of evil.

In 19th century England, Apocalypse met brilliant scientist and telepath Nathaniel Essex, who shared his love for mutant genetics. Apocalypse saw him as a worthy ally and, outfitting him with similar molecular shape-shifting powers to himself, transformed him into the sadistic Mr. Sinister.

Apocalypse later formed a group called The Horseman of Apocalypse, playing off the biblical concept of the Four Horseman: Plague, War, Famine, and Death. Though the roster has never been set in stone, its members have included Gambit, Angel (Archangel afterwards), Sunfire, Wolverine, Caliban, Deathbird, even the Incredible Hulk. Apocalypse was believed to be destroyed when Jean Grey psychically ripped his essence from his body, and Cable destroyed it with his own powerful telepathy. But he was later revived, and continues to plague the earth, not willing to be content until every living creature has bowed before him and pledged their undying allegiance.
Apocalypse is easily one of the most powerful mutants who ever lived. Apocalypse is an Alpha-Level mutant. After exposure to the Celestial Ship, all of Apocalypse's powers have been enhanced far beyond their original limits.
Apocalypse's original body was immortal, even before being modified by the Celestial ship, he had lived for thousands of years. Apocalypse can enter a coma-like state of suspended animation during which he may recover from any wounds with the assistance of his Celestial technology. The down side of his altering by the Celestials and his enhancement was that the techno-organic virus needed to allow this to happen ravaged his body requiring him to find new ones over the years.

Modern Form of Advertising

It's nice to see how the form of advertising evolved. It seems that it was just yesterday when people are so busy distributing flyers just to promote their company's products or services. Same thing goes to the non stop tv and radio advertisements/ commercial. Posters and Billboards play vital role too. Yes, they are still being used today, however, they are not as effective as before that's why business companies today are looking for some effective alternatives in which they successfully found in the nature of online advertising. Internet is indeed a powerful tool in the form of modern advertising. Transactions can now be done online with no ease.
However, just like other online businesses, and you as a business owner should be aware that you have to pay for their services in order to promote your products or services online effectively and productively. But that's not always the case and you should be very grateful that there are websites today that offer free classifeds. It is very in demand today. You just have to place your ads on their site which will generate more traffic and will attract possible customers online. Almost everyone has computer at home that's why business companies are taking advantage of this free classified ads online to attract active buyers. It helps them to sell their items much faster.

Sunday, June 19, 2011


Anakaris is a character from Capcom's Darkstalkers game series. He is the mummy of the twelfth pharaoh of Egypt. Foreseeing his death and revival, Anakaris created a pyramid and a place for his revival. Five thousand years later, he was revived when Pyron came along. In order to rule his kingdom once more, he gathered immense power from battling others and then travelled back five thousand years in time. When his kingdom came to be threatened again, he assumed the form of a mummy again to engage in the battles there. He eventually decided to protect his kingdom by moving it entirely into another dimension.

In the second installment of the Marvel vs. Capcom series, Anakaris makes a surprising selection for the Capcom camp. This incarnation of Anakaris is slightly faster and he maintains most of his Darkstalkers moves, with slight exaggerations. One of his new EX Moves is the Serpent Coffin which is an enhanced version of his Cobra Blow. In this variation Anakaris opens his coffin and releases three to four giant serpents at a time thrusting very fast horizontally.
Anakaris possess the most unconventional array of special moves compared to other characters in the series. The Pharaoh’s Curse, a slow moving air-to-ground projectile, turns the opponent into a small vulnerable icon of their original self for a short period of time. During the transformation, the opponent can only jump or move backwards or forwards. This unique move has been a trademark for Anakaris and has become very popular for Capcom as well. Anakaris also has unique projectile moves, which involve him putting his limbs into an entrance portal and coming out another. This takes a considerable amount of time and leaves a huge blindspot between him and his attacking limb.


The only official information on Amingo is that he's searching for a mysterious wind that is sweeping across his land and destroying any plant life it touches. It is also rumored that he was originally planned for a canceled Capcom game; the name and concept are unknown.
Some of his notable attacks are: Ball Attack, Plant Spike, Little Cactus Grab, Little Cactus Swipe, Anti Air Vine, Hyper Plant Grab.


Amaterasu , nicknamed Ammy by Issun, is the main protagonist of Okami. She is also known by villagers in her past life as Shiranui. Amaterasu is the Ōkami, the Sun God to all of Nippon, and the "origin of all that is good and mother to us all". Amaterasu doesn't talk, but she barks every time she attacks in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds.
Amaterasu, in keeping with her wolf nature, is gentle, loving and utterly loyal to her friends (as shown when she wept with great sorrow in her refusal to let Issun go when she boarded the ark even though she knew well he could not go with her) but is crushing and relentless towards those with evil in their hearts. She at times falls asleep when people have long talks with her and so she may be easily bored. Perhaps due to Issun's encouragement of "Leap before you think.", she may have become more brash when dealing with certain situations.

In Marvel Vs Capcom, She is seen in the Episode 2 trailer aiding Captain America, Chun-Li, Trish and Tron Bonne against Doctor Doom's and Super Skrull's attack on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier. She and Viewtiful Joe attack Super Skrull in mid-air by climbing up his flexible arms while Tron distracts him on the ground, but he turns invisible, causing them both to fall towards the Hudson River. Fortunately, they are both saved by the timely arrivals of Iron Man and Morrigan.

3 Days Holiday

We just had a general cleaning in our house. We grabbed this opportunity while I'm still enjoying my 3 days break. I can hardly find time to do these activities that's why i am really grateful that I was given a 3-day break but of course, i will not be spending these days entirely for cleaning, I have plans too and I am planning to treat Milzon to Manila Ocean Park this Monday. Monday is an official non working holiday here by the way, in celebration of our national hero's birthday.
And since Milzon keep on requesting me to take him to Manila Ocean Park, I will certainly grab this opportunity to treat him.
But before that, I think I'm going to be very busy today. There are so many things to clean here and i am planning to dispose some of our old stuffs or maybe I'll organize a garage sale.
In addition to that, i have to find someone who can fix our broken glass window near our kitchen. I really don't know what happened and I just don't want to blame anyone in our house so to fix the issue, i will just hire someone to replace it for us. I guess replacement is way lot better than repair. I just hope i can find a company here that offer a very satisfying service, something similar to that Windows Portland Replacement Service in Oregon.
Well i have to get ready now, my friend will help me to find a window replacement service and he will be arriving here soon. Gonna have my shower now.. See yah later guys.

Lake Oswego Golf Course

Have you heard about that Lake Oswego Golf Course? Most of my blogger friends keep on buzzing about this place, sharing their experience on the said place. I really want to try golfing too but it's not a perfect time yet because the weather recently is not so cooperating and it's not really ideal to play golf during this rainy season. Maybe I'll wait until the next summer and I will encourage most of my friends and office mates too.
Anyway, back to Lake Oswego Public Golf Course and Practice Range, I have heard that the place is known for amazing Golf Courses Portland in Oregon, making me so eager to visit that place soon if ever get a chance.
If you guys interested to know more about Lake Oswego Public Golf Course, you can visit their site at I have heard that they are offering some cool discount packages and blowout specials too. They also organize open tournaments which is more exciting right?
Must have a training first before joining that competition and besides, i am not really after the contest or competition. I am up to the fun and the enjoyment that this sport can bring.
Have you tried playing golf too? Feel free to share your experience here. Oh and if you don't mind, feel free to share some tips too hehe.
Happy blogging

Thursday, June 9, 2011


Albert Wesker, the main antagonist of the hit Capcom series Resident Evil and sworn enemy of Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine of S.T.A.R.S. He appears in Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 carrying on his appearance from Resident Evil 5.
Anyone who knows him will tell you that Wesker's true loyalty is power and how to gain more of it. A former Umbrella employee, he made many breakthroughs alongside his colleague William Birkin such as the G-virus and the Nemesis Parasite. He was eventually ordered by Umbrella to lure the S.T.A.R.S. team into the Spencer Estate, in order to test the newly created B.O.W.s that roamed the mansion. When Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine discovered his true motives, Wesker injects himself with a specially engineered virus and has the Tyrant attack him, which seemingly kills him.

In the storyline of Fate of Two Worlds, it is revealed that Wesker, alongside Doctor Doom, has been assembled a group of known villains in an attempt to conquer both universes. Doom, on the suggestion of the Super Skrull, decides to siphon the power cosmic from Galactus and his worldship in order to conquer both worlds. Wesker becomes intrigued with the power cosmic and agrees to assist Doom. Galactus eventually begins to notice the theft and attempts to consume both worlds in retaliation. While everyone is focused on Galactus, Wesker is left to his own devices.

In his ending, after Galactus is defeated, Wesker captures the weakened heroes to use as test subjects with the Uroboros virus.

It should be noted that Wesker lacks command moves that are overheads, making him weak on mixups other than teleport cross-ups, and thus limiting his options on opening his foes' defenses. This can be an understatement however, as Wesker must first put his opponent under pressure and trick them into blocking too much so he can feint into retreats or throws, which is a staple for all characters who use mindgames.


Akuma, known in Japan as Gouki, is a video game character created by Capcom. Originally appearing in Super Street Fighter II Turbo as a secret character and hidden boss, he has red hair, wears prayer beads around his neck, and wears a black gi (occasionally displayed as blue in artwork). The kanji 'ten' (天) - meaning "sky", "heaven", or "providence" - can be seen on his back when it appears during certain win animations. Capcom had stated that the symbol on his back meant "immortal" for Akuma even though there are many different translations. He is voiced by Tomomichi Nishimura in many of the games in which he has appeared.

In the Marvel Vs Capcom game, He seems to be "working" with Doctor Doom and his army of villains. However, his true desire is to challenge Galactus himself.
Akuma's considered the first character to debut in the Cross-Over series, since he is a secret character on X-Men: Children of Atom, making him the very first Street Fighter/Capcom character to appear in a Marvel related game.
kuma is one of the sub bosses before fighting Galactus. The other sub bosses are Doctor Doom, Albert Wesker and Dormammu. However, you only fight 2 of them and are randomly chosen.
Akuma is the only character, other than Amaterasu, to not call any character by their real name.

Friday, June 3, 2011


Abyss, known as the Armor of Erosion, is the antagonist in Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes. He was responsible for a mysterious wind that spread across the world, killing plantlife in its wake. This phenomenon prompted numerous heroes and villains to band together and investigate. He's something akin to entropy incarnate, a fabled monstrosity that would bring the world back to primordial times, killing all life in the process.

Abyss's true form is apparently that of a large glowing sphere that hovers around in the background. Abyss changes into three different forms when fighting.

In the first stage of the battle the metal sphere surrounds itself with a giant suit of armor which is slow moving with powerful attacks. The fight takes place in a large temple like structure, presumably underground.

After this form is defeated, the armor melts into the floor and the temple crumbles, leaving the fighters standing in a green pool of slime. The abyss sphere floats in the background as the second form reveals itself; a small green humanoid capable of creating paralyzing bubbles, shooting fire and energy beams, and sinking into the floor to avoid attacks.

After this form is defeated, the green slime turns red and a large demonic beast forms around the Abyss sphere. This third form attacks with powerful energy attacks and sheer brute strength. If this form is defeated the sphere apparently loses its power and the cave and island the monster inhabits begins to sink.

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 has only one ending, which all the characters share. In it, the various fighters celebrate their victory over Abyss on the ship of the pirate Ruby Heart. Although this varies on which console the player is playing at: in the home console the characters that are available in the beginning celebrate only where as in the arcade version more characters are shown with a few changes to some scenes. At the start of this sequence, Ruby is seen holding Abyss's cracked sphere, which she drops into the ocean, and it sinks into the depths.

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