OK well my name is Krystle my nickname or commonly used name is kitty..

i am a hopeless romantic, flirty, kinda messy,
outgoing, open, self revealing, ambivalent about chaos,
unpredictable, not good at saving money,
social, like large parties, like to stand out, risk taker
, quick to make friends, don't like to be alone,
rash, fame seeking, sarcastic, craves attention,
social chameleon, low self control, food lover,
not rule conscious, weird, assertive,
not a perfectionist, anti-authority, thrill seeker,
vain, likes to fit in, reckless, emotionally sensitive,
leisurely and trusting


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the rise and fall of the great and almighty kitty cat!! reow


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Tokei Ro-h-zu

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Tokei Ro-h-zu

merry birthday

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Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) - 2005

[85] The Committee welcomes the adoption of, in 2003, the new Anti-Trafficking Law (Republic Act 920 cool and other measures taken by the State party in the areas of prevention of trafficking and protection of victims, such as the establishment of Anti-Illegal Recruitment Coordination Councils, the Trade Union Child Labor Advocate (TUCLAS) initiative and the establishment of an Executive Council to suppress trafficking in person particularly women and children. But the Committee is gravely concerned about trafficked Filipino children both within the country and across borders. The Committee expresses its concern about existing risk factors contributing to trafficking activities, such as persisting poverty, temporary overseas migration, growing sex tourism and weak law enforcement in the State party.

Human trafficking on the rise, with easy pickings in RP

A distant relative had duped Quezo's father into allowing her to travel with him to Manila when she was barely 12, supposedly for a leisure trip. That hot summer day was the last time she saw her family in impoverished Muslim Mindanao. The relative turned out to be a broker for a human trafficking syndicate, but decided to keep Quezo as his personal slave. For three years, the young girl worked for him as a cook, nanny and maid -- and was not paid a cent.

Then one day, her captor forgot to lock the gates and Quezo escaped, only to end up lost in the dank alleys of Manila's slums, working odd jobs that paid enough to buy food and the clothes on her back.

Quezo is now rebuilding her life, learning livelihood skills that should help her reintegrate into society. She remains hesitant about going home, fearful of her parents' reaction.

Human traffickers rarely punished

Statistics from the Department of Justice (DOJ) showed that since 2003, 248 cases of human trafficking have been filed, of which the highest number was filed in 2005 with 114 cases. Deanna Perez, Senior State Prosecutor for DOJ and head of the Secretariat of the Inter-Agency Council against Trafficking (IACAT), said the slow disposition of cases in the courts contributes to the low number of convictions. A large number of the cases are still in the process of initial investigation, she said. Aside from this, some victims have withdrawn charges for fear of their lives or simply because they cannot endure the emotional stress of a trial.

Women comprise 75.1% of human trafficking victims in Region 8 last year

However, the victims from Region 8 increased from 108 in 2005 to 132 in 2006 or a 22.2 percent increase. What is most appalling is that more than half or 54.6% of the total trafficked victims in the region in 2006 were children ranging from 13-17years old.

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Season Greetings!

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