Archive for October, 2012
This url opens to the full review of Windows 8 by Microsoft
and includes both pros and cons to buying the software.
(hokay, I can see clearly now a single file of mpeg is difficult
and time consuming for you guys to open.
In this case, I have to break itt up into equal parts)
I knew it. Romney fired all his ammunition on the first debate. So on this, the third debate, he was either firing blanks or duds. In his effort not to be redundant, he was groping for words.
I must say, though, that the topic being limited to foreign policy, the debate was unfair for Romney, him not being privy to top level government meetings. His side was therefore relegated to criticisms of what were done and not about the actual formulation of foreign policy.
This situation gave the Obama the initiative to attack what Romney has said which was controversial.
As for the question why Romney did not bring up the intelligence reports of the Benghazi attack, I can only surmise, which I believe, would have been synonymous to guessing.
(Oh yeah?) :lol:
There apparently is a blame game going on for American security regarding the slaying of Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi. That was an event that happened in a foreign soil.
The question the Americans should ask themselves is who is the one to blame for the 911 Twin Towers destruction. That happened inside America itself, with all its forces and military might and security available.
If terrorists were to attack, the time chosen would be that when they could avoid security.
Do they blame the American policemen for the murders commited in America?
Why start the blame game during election times?
I would say that the biggest scoop of the year,
and I have been waiting for it,
is the one on one interview with the Syrian President Assad.
I have a feeling that the time is ripe for it.
He may be in an agreeable mood now.
He may require to be air lifted to New York, though.
Imagine Assad speaking before the UN
and afterwards to the CNN microphones?
( She’s come to plug an Apple product. I never got so much involved with Apple electronic products because some of its software come in serious conflict with what I use. Consequently I delete these software. For her, however, I will keep open my doors, all doors, and whatever these doors are used for) :lol: The Apple for Today.
This cameraman is viewer-friendly, may his tribe increase.
This month of October marks the first month that not a single hit to this blog is registered from CHINA. There is undobtedly an internet curtain that has been dropped down on the country. The Chinese habitually drink video gigabytes from Shrapnel.
The huge amount of bandwidth that the Chinese internet cafe users have gone down to zero when even the attraction of the Tom Cruise movie “Rock of Ages” would have been the contrary. Something is going on and it is not good for the people.
My first guess is that the curtain has been dropped because of China’s foreign relations such as the looming takeover of one Canadian oil company, or the outsourcing of jobs to China as underscored by the US Presidential Debates, the anti-Japanese protests that forced some Japanese companies in China to close, or the recent political power struggle in China, or the recent Microsoft incursions in China for purposes of establishing partnered companies in China.
One can’t be sure. But why must there be a denial of contact going to this site?
I never done them nothin’ bad, have I?
The Anti-Japanese protest photo—try to read between the lines.
The bear was about to eat him.
And when he saw that this is so
Michael raised his arms and prayed to God,
“Lord, I do not want to die.
Make this bear have compassion.
Make him understand religion.”
All at once there was a flash of light,
and thunder echoed all around the mountains,
and the bear’s face started to glow.
Without warning, the bear knelt down,
put its paws together, looked up and prayed,
“Lord, bless this food which
I am about to receive from thy bounty.
I’m sure he tastes good. Amen”