Friday, October 08, 2010
Thursday, September 23, 2010
But every time I go back and visit they are worst and worst , now finally they have closed up all answers (which by the way are user generated content) and you can't even look at the basic solution.
It is a crappy site and I wish that nobody visits them ever again
Thursday, September 02, 2010
“Perdón, pero eso del Estado laico es una jalada”, afirma el obispo Onésimo Cepeda - La Crónica de Hoy / Jueves 2 de Sep., 2010
Digo, es posible que no estés de acuerdo con el concepto del estado laico pero es terrible que siendo supuestamente lider de una buena parte de la grey católica ónesimo el gordito se exprese como un albañil de arrabal.
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
According to reuters people have a lot of hope because of the detention of "La Barbie"
but the reality is that this is only going to increase the fightingh between narco cartels
which are becoming smaller and smaller and more violent all the time.
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Ovulatory cycle effects on tip earnings by lap dancers: economic evidence for human estrus?☆: "Ovulatory cycle effects on tip earnings by lap dancers: economic evidence for human estrus?☆☆
Geoffrey MillerCorresponding Author Informationemail address, Joshua M. Tybur, Brent D. Jordan
Received 16 April 2007; accepted 26 June 2007. published online 28 September 2007.
To see whether estrus was really “lost” during human evolution (as researchers often claim), we examined ovulatory cycle effects on tip earnings by professional lap dancers working in gentlemen's clubs. Eighteen dancers recorded their menstrual periods, work shifts, and tip earnings for 60 days on a study web site. A mixed-model analysis of 296 work shifts (representing about 5300 lap dances) showed an interaction between cycle phase and hormonal contraception use. Normally cycling participants earned about US$335 per 5-h shift during estrus, US$260 per shift during the luteal phase, and US$185 per shift during menstruation. By contrast, participants using contraceptive pills showed no estrous earnings peak. These results constitute the first direct economic evidence for the existence and importance of estrus in contemporary human females, in a real-world work setting. These results have clear implications for human evolution, sexuality, and economics.
Keywords: Estrus, Female sexuality, Behavioral economics, Sexual service industries, Hormonal contraception
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Monday, July 26, 2010
Si daz clic en este link puedes bajar la versión mas reciente de Flash sin necesidad de bajar el programa DLM de adobe que lo unico que hace es mandarte comerciales y hacer mas lenta tu máquina innecesariamente.
Es importante tener el Flash Player actualizado ya que algunos de los virus mas maliciosos recientemente se están inyectando en tu browser por medio de animaciones flash que no necesariamente tienen que ver con la pagina en la que estas. i.e. estas en el una pagina y el banner de flash que estas viendo viene e otro sitio e infecta tu maquina
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Saturday, June 26, 2010
An excellent article on the firing of the most arrogant SOB in the Military leadership of the afgan war, a man that does not even believein the strategy that he suposedly created.
THE moment he pulled the trigger, there was near-universal agreement that President Obama had done the inevitable thing, the right thing and, best of all, the bold thing. But before we get carried away with relief and elation, let’s not forget what we saw in the tense 36 hours that fell between late Monday night, when word spread of Rolling Stone’s blockbuster article, and high noon Wednesday, when Obama MacArthured his general. That frenzied interlude revealed much about the state of Washington, the Afghanistan war and the Obama presidency — little of it cheering and none of it resolved by the ingenious replacement of Gen. Stanley McChrystal with Gen. David Petraeus, the only militarily and politically bullet-proof alternative.
Times Topic: Stanley A. McChrystal
Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times
What we saw was this: 1) Much of the Beltway establishment was blindsided by Michael Hastings’s scoop, an impressive feat of journalism by a Washington outsider who seemed to know more about what was going on in Washington than most insiders did; 2) Obama’s failure to fire McChrystal months ago for both his arrogance and incompetence was a grievous mistake that illuminates a wider management shortfall at the White House; 3) The present strategy has produced no progress in this nearly nine-year-old war, even as the monthly coalition body count has just reached a new high.
If we and the president don’t absorb these revelations and learn from them, the salutary effects of the drama’s denouement, however triumphant for Obama in the short run, will be for naught.
There were few laughs in the 36 hours of tumult, but Jon Stewart captured them with a montage of cable-news talking heads expressing repeated shock that an interloper from a rock ’n’ roll magazine could gain access to the war command and induce it to speak with self-immolating candor. Politico theorized that Hastings had pulled off his impertinent coup because he was a freelance journalist rather than a beat reporter, and so could risk “burning bridges by publishing many of McChrystal’s remarks.”
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Let's start out by saying that Arizona's new anti-immigrant law is unconstitutional and cannot stand in any reasonable society. The worst in the nation, the law allows police to stop anyone suspected of being undocumented, and demand proof of citizenship. Those unable to produce documents showing they are "legal" can be arrested, fined $2,500 and locked up for up to 6 months. The law makes it a crime under state law to be in the U.S. illegally, whatever illegal means.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Go screw yousrself apple is how this blogger concludes its discussion about apple's refusal to allow anything remotely related to Flash on their iPhone platform.
Personally I do not care much for either flash or apple as a company but this is kind of fun to watch.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
from opensubtitles.org there is a new API ddress located at:
You have to go in preferences and updte the address overwriting it with the new one
OpenSubtitles.org // View topic - Oscar not downloading subtitles: "Go in preferences and make sure URL in OSDb is pointing to:
Looks like the API has changed address. Maybe someone should put a sticky post here?"
Sunday, March 07, 2010
the reason for this is thst when working with long filenames the last instance of "\"is where the filename starts
the formula is :
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Demonoid was open for brief period of time but then the site came down again and it still down as of now
Thursday, February 04, 2010
you can see the specs here
The problem with all of this computers is that eventually it looses the connection with the network and it will not repair the connection until you log off the user and then log back in again.
This is a problem specially for computers used in a production environment where the login time due to the number of scurity scripts and general network speed make the log in process very long.
We have 400+ network users in one site and only this model presents this problem.
Saturday, January 30, 2010
This is a shame because this limits many power users from using google chrome, since it is just more conveniento to use Firefox with the google toolbar than having to do everything manually if you try to use google chrome