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  1. #141

    Re: Lion's Roar: San Beda Original Adopted by Others?


    Not sure if off-topic but Erin Torejon (La Salle CSR) in today's Pre-F4 Game Analysis:

    "For the past games, the boys were playing without passion and the right ANIMO SPIRIT..." Sheesh!

  2. #142

    Re: Lion's Roar: San Beda Original Adopted by Others?

    Quote Originally Posted by siops13

    Not sure if off-topic but Erin Torejon (La Salle CSR) in today's Pre-F4 Game Analysis:

    "For the past games, the boys were playing without passion and the right ANIMO SPIRIT..." Sheesh!
    we heard that too during the replay on balls. sad to say many La Sallians were quite unaware of that.
    sweet lover

  3. #143

    Re: Lion's Roar: San Beda Original Adopted by Others?

    Quote Originally Posted by yellowgreen
    Quote Originally Posted by siops13

    Not sure if off-topic but Erin Torejon (La Salle CSR) in today's Pre-F4 Game Analysis:

    "For the past games, the boys were playing without passion and the right ANIMO SPIRIT..." Sheesh!
    we heard that too during the replay on balls. sad to say many La Sallians were quite unaware of that.
    You can include The Green Mind himself, Tony Atayde, among them. He wrote the same "Animo spirit" in his article in greenarchers.ph.
    Dracula: Remember, Igor, do unto others...
    Igor: ...before they do unto me!

  4. #144

    Re: Lion's Roar: San Beda Original Adopted by Others?


    Guys, Animo Spirit is an official tagline even by the administrators of La Salle.

    They tried to make "Animo" a brand rather than a simple word used to cheer as done by the Spanish speaking world. They wanted to "own" it to have something uniquely La Salle e.g. Bedan Brotherhood. Unfortunately for them, not all can fooled by their public relations.

    Just google Animo Spirit and you will come across this even in their official publications. Continue to educate the fan boys and girls and allow La Salle to use their tagline. Let us not take it away from them.


    Now, why would William Tell burst into an Indian chant again?




    COURAGE SAN BEDA! / ¡ÁNIMO SAN BEDA!
    Understand? / ¿Entiendes?

  5. #145

    Re: Lion's Roar: San Beda Original Adopted by Others?



    It's that time of the year that we have to be reminded of what is and what is not.




    COURAGE SAN BEDA! / ¡ÁNIMO SAN BEDA!
    Understand? / ¿Entiendes?

  6. #146

    Re: Lion's Roar: San Beda Original Adopted by Others?


    Even Benilde is using it, and even ironically against us.

    They can't even say that it's part of their tradition already simply because they have none........yet.

  7. #147

    Re: Lion's Roar: San Beda Original Adopted by Others?

    Quote Originally Posted by danny

    Guys, Animo Spirit is an official tagline even by the administrators of La Salle.

    They tried to make "Animo" a brand rather than a simple word used to cheer as done by the Spanish speaking world. They wanted to "own" it to have something uniquely La Salle e.g. Bedan Brotherhood. Unfortunately for them, not all can fooled by their public relations.

    Just google Animo Spirit and you will come across this even in their official publications. Continue to educate the fan boys and girls and allow La Salle to use their tagline. Let us not take it away from them.
    ang walang kamatayang Espiritu ng MULTO...
    Our fellowship will never cease!
    ANIMO SAN BEDA!


 
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