Download an App Traffic

Don’t you know that you can download an app to check for any possible traffic or to get to the unfamiliar destination? There are many apps out there that you can try, but here’s one that is highly recommended. Try to use waze but when using it, go over your route first then start driving so to get an idea on how to reach to your location beforehand.

In setting your estimated time of arrival, consider any possible queues for parking, the traffic and whether you need to get gas along the way.

Do not use your gadget or your phone when driving. It includes sending and receiving text messages, making phone calls, playing games, watching movies that can distract you when you are driving. Remember it is important to be safe always than risking your life because of these gadgets.


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The Country That Has The Fastest Data Connection

I read one of my friend’s status yesterday and he complained about his internet connection, sucks! I was with that company before and even I got the 3 MBPS it was still so slow. I also tried the internet speed geez it didn’t even reached to 2 MBPS thus, I changed my Internet Provider. This is not too much most of the times it still slow but it is dependable unlike the other one I had.

On the other hand, when we watched the “The Train to Busan” I noticed that even there was already a zombie apocalypse; their Internet/Data was still working so strong. I even told myself this is impossible, I mean it is only a movie so maybe they just exaggerated everything on it. But my niece objected it; she said that Korea has the strongest Internet Connection all over the world. I researched for it and she was right!

The first country is South Korea to have the fast Internet/Data connection.

Followed by Sweden.

Next is Norway

Japan is the 4th 

And then Netherlands.

USA is not even included with the top ten, how much more the Philippines, we are thrown away. We could have done better with data connection, if only our Government was not corrupt or at least they could have researched on what we should do to have a better connection instead of just complaining around with the death of those criminals.

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Basti For The Win

I was not able to watch Till I Met you of two consecutive episodes and since it’s my off today I grabbed the chance to watch it in Iwantv. And there I learned that Basti rolled by James Reid needs your like and share to win the video contest. He featured Iris rolled by Nadine his wife entitled My Love Letter To You, this was their wedding video, he created this video to show his love and care to his wife, he want to show the world how much he truly cares his wife. Please like the video so Basti can win. Go to

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High-energy dance competitions filled with glitz and glamour

For fans of high-energy energy dance competitions filled with glitz and glamour (and not without its drama) in a reality television show format, viewers who haven’t yet seen Strictly Come Dancing must certainly make a point of doing so.

Strictly Come Dancing (or more commonly, Strictly) is a BBC television reality show that features celebrities dancing with professional dancers in a dance competition featuring Ballroom, Latin, and other featured dances.

The show’s basic premise is this: couples dance to a given musical number, and are judged by four judges (Craig Revel Horwood, Bruno Tonioli, Darcey Bussell, and Len Goodman), who score performances on a 1-10 point scale. Based on the judges’ scores, along with live viewer votes, the lowest scoring couple each week is eliminated from the competition. The season culminates in a magnificent two-hour season finale, where three couples square off to ultimately determine who is crowned that season’s champion. The show’s current presenters (hosts) are Tess Daly and Claudia Winkelman.

American viewers who liken this show to the U.S. show Dancing With The Stars have good reason for doing so, as Dancing With The Stars is what is termed an international version of Strictly. Those who may see Strictly for the first time may be under the misconception that Strictly is some sort of Dancing “knock-off”, when indeed Strictly started it all.

Since 15 May 2004, Strictly has run on BBC One. It has primarily aired on Saturday nights, with a Sunday night results show following it up that week.

Viewers of the show can be thoroughly entertained by the very wide and diverse dance varieties featured on the programme since its first season. These dances (which last for approximately 90 seconds on the show) have included: The Waltz, Cha-Cha, Quickstep, Rumba, Jive, Foxtrot, Paso Doble, Samba, American Smooth, Argentine Tango, Charleston, Rock N’ Roll, Lindyhop, Swing-a-thon, Dance Fusion, Waltz-a-thon, Quickstep-a-thon, and Showdance, which has been the second dance performed in the final since Series 8.

Outside of the normal weekly broadcasts, the show has broadcast Christmas specials each year since 2004. They broadcast a one-off Strictly Ice Dancing episode in 2004; one Strictly African Dancing episode in 2005; a one-off special for Sport Relief in 2008; an underwater special for Sport Relief 2012; a Paralympians special for Sport Relief 2014; and one-off specials for Children in Need in 2008, 2010, and 2012-2016.

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