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Armando Tamayo

Citizen based in Manila, Philippines. Joined on Sep 4, 2011
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Mickey Rourke returns to boxing in Russia at 62 and wins

Mickey Rourke returned to his boxing career at 62 years old in Moscow Friday night — beating a younger opponent, 29 year old American boxer Elliot Seymour.

WWE Network offers no-commitment subscriptions amid slow growth

World Wrestling Entertainment will offer no-commitment subscription for its WWE Network starting December. The new plan is in connection with the company's 'November free subscription' for new subscribers.

High speed police chase plows through busy Minnesota golf course

It's definitely not the usual golf drive you will see in the fairway. A high speed police chase took place in the middle of the week that caught golfers by surprise in Moorhead Golf Course in Minnesota.

Japan to ease visa rules ahead of 2020 Olympics

Japan will ease the Visa requirements for South East Asian travelers from the Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam in an effort to double the number of tourists in anticipation of the Tokyo Summer Olympics in 2020.

A guide on how to stream every World Cup match live online

Aside from the games shown by ESPN, ever wonder how you can watch specific World Cup match live on the Internet? Check out the many ways you can catch the games via sites dedicated to streaming World Cup matches.

Attack on Titan top One Piece in 2014 first-half manga sales

Hajime Isayama’s manga series “Attack on Titan” top the 2014 first half sales of manga comics, selling more than 8.3 million copies according to the official count of Oricon sales chart.

Lawsuit filed against Porsche for death of Paul Walker and Rodas

Kristine Rodas, widow of Roger Rodas, reportedly filed a lawsuit against Porsche, for having faulty car parts and mechanics that ultimately led to the death of her racer husband Rodas and actor Paul Walker.

Kim Kardashian aware of racism more than ever after having North

Kim Kardashian said in a post that her discovery of motherhood changed her as a person, but at the same time it also changed her views of the world and society.

Taylor Swift and Zach Braff are not dating, all rumor says agent

It's been a while since Taylor Swift was dating someone else, and the latest buzz from celebrity gossip sites pairs the Grammy Winner with Scrubs actor Zach Braff. Swift's rep immediately shoots down the rumor saying it's not true and far from reality.

Alec Baldwin arrested in New York for biking the wrong direction

Alec Baldwin was reportedly been arrested in New York for "riding a bike the wrong direction." The actor was biking on Fifth Avenue near 16th Street on Tuesday morning when the police officers stopped him.

Sixers' guard Michael Carter Williams named Rookie of the Year

Philadelphia - Philadelpia 76ers point guard Michael Carter-Williams has been named as the NBA Rookie of the Year for the 2013-14 season.

Skechers considering buying the Los Angeles Clippers

Los Angeles - American footwear company Skechers USA expressed their interest to bid for the ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers, a move considered by their lead investment group to acquire a share from the Western Conference NBA team.

'Steven Tyler Act' passed by Hawaii Senate for celebrity privacy

Hawaii Senator J. Kalani English recently sponsored the so-called "Steven Tyler Act" to help protect celebrity privacy by handing down civil violation on paparazzi's who will take unwanted photos and videos of celebrities in their private time.

Zooey Deschannel confirms 'She and Him's' third album 'Volume 3'

American musician and singer-songwriter Zooey Deschanel, half of the Indie-folk pop duo "She and Him", reveals the early 2013 release of their third-full length non-holiday album "Volume 3".

Justin Bieber and One Direction tops Social 50 chart anew

Canadian pop favorite Justin Bieber and British/ Irish pop band One Direction continue their social chart domination as they top the Social 50 chart for the third week.

Customers asks why Subway's foot-long sandwich was only 11 inches

Matt Corby's Facebook post of a Subway foot-long sandwich with a tape measure that only measures 11 inches has sparked outrage from Subway customers online, particularly in the company's official Facebook page.

29th Sundance Film Festival abounds with risqué sexual themes

The 2013 Sundance Film Festival opens Thursday in Park City, Utah featuring promising and unusual movies from biopics and steamy movies. The premier lineup for the 29th edition of the festival will have eighteen films and it will run from Jan. 17 to 27.

Sandy Hook students release 'Over the Rainbow' for charity

Students from Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut released a record of the Academy Award winning classic song (Somewhere) Over the Rainbow Tuesday on iTunes and Amazon for charity.

Katy Perry, One Direction wins in 2013 People's Choice Awards

American singer Katy Perry and British boy band One Direction came home with the biggest haul in the recently concluded 2013 People's Choice Awards held at Nokia Theater in Los Angeles Wednesday.

Korean singer Lee Seung Gi makes K-Pop chart history

South Korean singer and actor Lee Seung Gi makes K-Pop Hot 100 chart history when he became the first South Korean artist to reign six weeks at number one in Billboard's K-Pop Hot 100, the first since it was introduced in August 2011.
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