kevin lange


“There’s no love like the first.” (Nicholas Sparks)

- Christian Slater & Winona Ryder, Sarah Jessica Parker & Robert Downey Jr., Bridget Fonda & Eric Stoltz, Brad Pitt & Juliette Lewis, Charlie Sheen & Kelly Preston, Madonna & Sean Penn, Julia Roberts & Kiefer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon & Kyra Sedgwick, Don Johnson & Melanie Griffith, Mikhail Baryshnikov & Jessica Lange


1993: Tom Hanks, Holly Hunter, Tommy Lee Jones, Anna Paquin

1994: Tom Hanks, Jessica Lange, Martin Landau, Dianne Wiest

1995: Nicholas Cage, Susan Sarandon, Kevin Spacey, Mira Sorvino

1996: Geoffrey Rush, Frances McDormand, Cuba Gooding Jr., Juliette Binoche

1997: Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt, Robin Williams, Kim Basinger

1998: Roberto Benigni, Gwyneth Paltrow, James Coburn, Judi Dench

1999: Kevin Spacey, Hilary Swank, Michael Caine, Angelina Jolie

2000: Russell Crowe, Julia Roberts, Benicio del Toro, Marcia Gay Harden

2001: Denzel Washington, Halle Berry, Jim Broadbent, Jennifer Connelly

2002: Adrien Brody, Nicole Kidman, Chris Cooper, Catherine Zeta-Jones

what’s in my bag: bayani edition

- adventure time backpack

  • darth vader moleskine for his course notes (bigay ni goyong. doble kasi yung natanggap niya from ‘school fans’ ampfFFF)

  • smaller, plain black moleskine for random thoughts and sketches

  • g-tec .3 [black], tin set of staedtler mars lumograph, staedtler rasoplast pen/pencil eraser

  • green parker pen with jose rizal inscribed in faux gold

  • hello panda [chocolate], 2 nissin wafers, stick-o [small; strawberry]

  • summit bottled water

  • ‘i love sagada’ pouch (pasalubong from the luna brothers). inside are his boarding house keys, coins, and a wrinkled but neatly folded 100-peso bill

- nike knapsack [black]

  • empty flask

  • unopened pack of marlboro ice blast & plain red lighter

  • ziplock filled with v-fresh, icool, assorted maxx candies

  • grade school notebook with piolo pascual on the cover for his notes

  • g-tec .3 (nicked from a clueless pepe)

  • worn copy of bob ong’s ang mga kaibigan ni mama susan

  • small plastic envelope for fast food coupons and pamphlets from protests he went to

  • sleek silver powerbank & 3 TB seagate external hard drive for his ‘~stuff~’

  • 2x2 pic of marcelo (“gago di sa’kin ‘yan baka nahulog lang”)

- dark brown leather backpack

  • portfolio for his current uni registration form & test permit. also, lists of the boys’ uni schedule and infos on their professors just in case one of his friends (rather, sons) need him for consultation (because they all wrote him down as ‘guardian’)

  • gabriel garcia marquez’s one hundred years of solitude

  • first aid kit containing: box of waterproof plasters, green cross alcohol [small], pocket tissue, wet wipes, basic medicinal tablets, katinko ointment

  • ipad mini [black] loaded with award-winning foreign films, classic songs and compositions (may class ang tito). he also records lectures then types summaries at home

  • compact umbrella [brown]

- puma backpack

  • pocari sweat

  • face towel [blue] tapos ‘tunying’ is embroidered sa lower right side

  • jason sacher’s how to swear around the world (joke gift from juan)

  • maroon moleskine for personal writings, most of which are poems

  • nintendo dsi with nintendogs: lab and friends (dONT JUDGE or he will fight you irl)

- herschel little america backpack [camouflage]

  • voss water (infused with lemon ch0sxzz)

  • black macbook air [11-inch] with charger

  • altoids mint tin

  • beats by dr. dre [black headphones]

  • current issue of esquire philippines

  • hand sanitizer

- versace briefcase (too flashy for his taste but it’s a gift from miong e)

  • ring-bound reader of hand-picked works from his favorite political and philosophical writers such as rousseau, robespierre, wollstonecraft

  • yellow pad, blank index cards, assorted sticky notes

  • bic pen [black], mechanical pencil, stabilo boss highlighter [blue]

  • philippine constitution [hardbound]

  • tube of hand lotion [sampaguita]

- marc jacobs ‘domo arigato’ backpack

  • eos lip balm [sweet mint]

  • ray-ban aviator sunglasses with case

  • axe gold

  • hanz de fuko claymation 

  • arnold palmer (from miong’s beverage stash e since bros sila ok lang lol) 

  • kevin kwan’s crazy rich asians

- jansport backpack [red]

  • f. sionil jose’s masa

  • face towel [white]

  • nature’s spring bottled water

  • swiss army knife

  • first aid kit [same with marcelo’s] but with the additional: elastic bandage and tape, whistle, ammonia inhalant (when someone faints during a protest), candies

  • cattleya spiral notebook [large]

  • bic biro pen [black]

- jansport backpack [gray]

  • portable casette tape player [retro style na orange] with asin’s kahapon at pag-ibig

  • amado v. hernandez’s mga ibong mandaragit

  • penny board [red]

  • laki sa layaw casette tape (na gusto niyang ipahiram kay goyong)

  • tweedz braided headphones [green]

  • gray beanie (sa tuwing may ‘bad hair day’ siya and he’s not in the mood for the fam’s teasing)

  • resealed cheetos [crunchy]
Animal activists who freed 2,000 minks lose U.S. appeal
A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday rejected a challenge by two animal rights activists to the constitutionality of a federal law used to prosecute them for breaking into an Illinois farm and releasing more than 2,000 minks into the wild.

“The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago refused to dismiss the indictment and conditional guilty pleas of Kevin Johnson and Tyler Lang for violating the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act in connection with the August 2013 incident.

Prosecutors said Johnson and Lang, both from California, broke into a Morris, Illinois farm that raised minks for sale to fur makers, removed fencing to help them escape, destroyed cards to identify their breed, and spray-painted “Liberation is Love” on a barn, causing between $120,000 and $200,000 of damage.

Writing for a three-judge panel, Circuit Judge Ann Claire Williams said the 2006 law did not violate the First Amendment by criminalizing speech or conduct that causes damage only to an animal enterprise’s profits or goodwill.

She also rejected the defendants’ claim that the law’s name deprived them of due process by effectively branding them “terrorists” for their non-violent activity.

“Congress was concerned about actions by extremists such as arson and bombings. Both of those crimes involve destruction of property and are extremely violent,” Williams wrote. “The word ‘terrorism’ certainly bears a rational relationship to many of the acts covered by [the] AETA.”

Rachel Meeropol, a lawyer for Johnson and Lang, said in an email it was unfair to punish “activists who liberate animals destined for a violent death.”

She noted the court’s finding that the law likely could not be used in a separate case to prosecute a man who “for no reason” broke into a shed and clubbed 900 chickens to death.

“It is protestors who are under attack,” said Meeropol, who works at the Center for Constitutional Rights in New York.

The office of Acting U.S. Attorney Joel Levin in Chicago did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Johnson was sentenced to three years in prison, and Lang was sentenced to six months of home confinement plus six months in a work release center, pending their appeals of the indictment.

The case is U.S. v. Johnson et al, 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Nos. 16-1459, 16-1694.”

Not a fan of Mink farms, or any fur farm for that matter, but these idiots just released these animals to either die or become an invasive species into the area. 

You can’t just go releasing captive animals like this.  If you can get the places shut down and home the animals that’s different, but they have no real idea how to live in the wild.

So yeah Eco-Terrorism fits I think.