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A Trojan Horse Gallops Through My Life

By Ed Attanasio, published on Feb 18, 2008

...and she doesn't have to wait in line as long as he does, but they're all in the same place.

But, this whole cyber-terrorism thing is something new to me. Hackers have become the new anti-socialists if that's the corect term, and now that I have become another victim -- I don't like it.

Some 15-year-old cyber-gifted computer hacking geek in China or Eastern Europe is laughing his ass off right now. And all I can say to him is --okay you got me this time you little s--t.. Your Troajan Vundo f--ed up my weekend. And if there is a God, you'll get hit by car tomorrow!

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Tags: los angeles, terrorism, environment, china

Survivor: Fans Vs. Ozzy And A Bunch Of Idiots

By freestrike, published on Feb 11, 2008

...in history as the only player to get voted out while in possession of TWO immunity idols. Then there's Parvati from Cook Islands. Don't even get me started.

In addition to Ozzy there are two other favorites that actually have half a brain. Those being Ami from Vanuatu and Amanda from China. Still I can't figure how they possibly could have picked Amanda over Pei-gi from China.

For the most part this is an extremely sorry “all star” cast. Of course I'm the one who was stupid enough not to apply for this Survivor. It would have been an unprecedented chance to... (more)

Tags: china

Marines! Save The USA From An Infected Administration!

By David Brager, published on Jan 20, 2008

...the time clocks back three weeks, but they’re keeping everything very hush-hush. What is happening?

This Administration is intentionally trying to disharmonize this nation. That is why John Kerry and his wife left the country. Skull and Bones have set us up for a nuclear war with China, and they were going to just let this happen to USA so they could watch the fireworks from afar. I don’t’ think so.

Now, Skull and Bones replicated the logic of the Torah into the creation of intentionally dysfunctional government. They replicated the logical signature of someone who ... (more)

Tags: france, harry potter, judaism, islam, christianity, jesus, disney, myspace, movie, terrorism, shooting, iran, china

Working And Trying To Be Martha Stewart

By Lady D, published on Jan 18, 2008

... and all the working women (executives or not) that you need to have fresh cut flowers in a vase on your dining table and that your sheets should match (her sheets are big sellers at Kmart) and have your next dinner party ( this of course assumes you have had a dinner party before) using the fine china (personally no party I have ever had over 3 guests has had anything but paper plates) like the everyday Melmac isn’t good enough.Now I don’t know about you, but I myself know that when I am working all week and commuting at least an hour each way. My weekends are jam packed with all ... (more)

Tags: china

Travelling Man: China In Winter

By Ladymaggic, published on Jan 7, 2008

Traveling the World: China in Winter The world is full of wonderful places and experiences, and those who have the love of adventure seek new places to visit and explore.

This month is vacation for many people. In the North it is winter, and in the south it is summer. Northern based folks like to travel south for the warmth, and southern based people head for the beaches and the mountains, or travel to exotic cities and Festival Venues following advertising stories or shows.

It was quite by accident that I visited Beijing and the Great Wall of China last January. I was looking... (more)

Tags: china, travel, vacation, adventure

International Tennis

By Seema Upadhyay, published on Nov 28, 2007

...has won 4 WTA tournaments this year and all four have qualified for the year end WTA finals. World No.9 Daniela Hantuchova appears in Hong Kong for the first time and World No.11, Elena Dementieva makes her 8th appearance in the territory. They are accompanied by crowd favourite Peng Shuai from China, who is No.2 in China and has had a resurgent 2007 and last year popular Caroline Wozniacki who was introduced in Hong Kong in the last year tournament. “This is a glittering line-up and promises a great start to our partnership”, said Mr. Bhupen Surani, Chairman of JB Group, main... (more)

Tags: environment, real estate, china

I Want My Lead-based Paint!!!

By D. E. Carson, published on Nov 21, 2007

With the recent scares of lead-based paint on toys coming to America from China, there is something that I have to consider. Is it just me or is there an inverse correlation between the amount of lead exposure and the use of Ritalin? When I was a child, we had lead-based paint, leaded gasoline and other forms of lead in our environment and children weren’t being diagnosed with ADHD or other mental problems. As soon as we began reducing lead exposure, we began seeing an increase in ADHD, gang violence, anorexia, bulimia, teen depression, liberalism, Islamo-fascism, anti-Americanism and socialism.... (more)

Tags: baseball, environment, china

Series-WeThePeople- Impeach Bill in Congress #28

By Rose Mountain, published on Nov 13, 2007

...young men and women who represent this country have lost their lives because of those lies; that over a million innocent Iraqis, noncombatants, civilians, have lost their lives because of those lies; that we will spend between one and two trillion dollars for this war, even borrowing money from China? And our whole domestic agenda is being capsized by this war. And the administration is preparing still to take us in another war against Iran, similarly lying about a cause for war. So what can be more important? Our country is at risk, and it’s time for our Democratic leaders to take a ... (more)

Tags: iraq, iran, china, broowaha

American Apparel Lost Its Way

By Tina Dupuy, published on Nov 6, 2007

...deal with the nauseating advertisements that were provocative back before Gray Davis was recalled. I can deal with the occasional pair (or two) of defective yoga pants. I can deal with the lack of a mission statement. I can deal with having to pay full price. I can even deal with neon colored clothing (which should be listed as a crime against humanity). I just can't deal with all of them from the same store. Now I'll buy all my t-shirts from China, but all my produce from a farmers' market. I'm hoping the two cancel each other out. With some consumer power comes some responsibility. (more)

Tags: los angeles, china

Drink Yourself Calm And Healthy

By Chedvah, published on Nov 4, 2007

...of the different herbal tea infusions totally drives me coolheaded. I tend to go off to a land where all things are bright and beautiful, sweet and calm whenever I drink herbal tea. Don’t get me wrong, I take ordinary black tea and coffee, but on any day give me a cup of Chamomile, Echinacea, Fennel or any one of those concocted sweet smelling things that are sold in packs and you have my day! The Pros of herbal teas outweigh the cons with less caffeine, some like Fennel (deal with stomach upsets) and Echinacea (helps to combat colds) having healing and or medicinal purposes... (more)

Tags: police, china

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