Sunday, July 30, 2006

RSOE HAVARIA Emergency and Information Service

Are you into seeing worldwide disasters?

All on one page?

Ok here it is

Friday, July 28, 2006

Motorola Razr charge and synch zip linq cable!

Charge and Synch cable for Motorola Razr $9.99 Free Shipping!!!

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Surplus Computers - Windows XP x64 Pro!

Windows XP x64 Professional $79

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Windows XP Professional!

Windows XP Professional for $99.

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Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Birthday Calculator

This is freaky cool!

Does this sound like me?

The Life Path 3 indicates that you entered this plane with a strong sense of creativity and with wonderful communication skills. Achievement for you most likely comes through engaging your ingenious expression. A truly gifted 3 possesses the most exceptional innovative skills, normally in the verbal realm, writing, speaking, acting, or similar endeavors. Here we are apt to find the entertainers of the world, bright, effervescent, sparkling people with very optimistic attitudes. The bright side of this path stresses harmony, beauty and pleasures; of sharing your inventive talents with the world. Capturing your capability in creative self-expression is the highest level of attainment for this life path.

Life is generally lived to the fullest, often without much worry about tomorrow. You are not very good at handling money because of a general lack of concern about it. You spend it when you have it and don't when you don't.

The 3 loves connecting with people. The characteristics of the 3 are warmth and friendliness, a good conversationalist, social and open. A good talker both from the standpoint of being a delight to listen to, but even more importantly, one who has the ability to listen to others. Accordingly, the life path 3 produces individuals who are always a welcome addition to any social situation and know how to make others feel at home. The approach to life tends to be exceedingly positive. Your disposition is almost surely sunny and openhearted. A happy and often inspired person, you are constantly seeking and needing the stimuli of similar people.

There is a remote side to your 3 Life Path, as well. This comes as a surprise to the native and to those who think they are well acquainted. The 3 is actually a very sensitive soul. When hurt, you can easily retreat to a shell of morose silence for extended periods. Nonetheless, the 3 eventually copes with all of the many setbacks that occur in life and readily bounces back for more. It is usually easy for you to deal with problems because you can freely admit the existence of problems without letting them get you down for too long. Because of your own sensitivity to hurt, you have a caring disposition and seem to be very conscious of other people's feelings and emotions.

In romance, the 3 is a very ardent and loyal lover. Affairs that don't go well can leave scars that seem to linger. Emotional experiences of all sorts tend to deeply touch the 3 and the drama may take some time to play out. Regrettably, the giving disposition of the 3 often attracts demanding partners. As with most of life's issues for the 3 Life Path, balance in relationships is illusive.

Your big test with a 3 Life Path is controlling your highs and lows. You won't survive very well in any routine environment or when you are placed under dominating management. Slow thinking and overly contemplative people tend to frustrate you, and you don't function too well with this type whether you are working for, with, or under them. Your exuberant nature can take you far, especially if you are ever able to focus your energies and talents.

For the few living on the negative side of this Life Path, a 3 may be so delighted with the joy of living that the life becomes frivolous and superficial. You may scatter your abilities and express little sense of purpose. The 3 can be an enigma, for no apparent reason you may become moody and tend to retreat. Escapist tendencies are not uncommon with the 3 life path, and you find it very hard to settle into one place or one position. Guard against being critical of others, impatient, intolerant, or overly optimistic.

I think it sounds pretty good! Try it yourself!

Dads and Daughters Tips

Dads & Daughters Tips for Live-Away Dads
(Dads who live away from their children due to divorce, separation or conflict with the child’s mother)

Whether you live with your daughter or live away from her, these tips are excellent guidance for having good relationships with her—and the rest of your family. They’re great for Moms, too!
These tips were created for Dads & Daughters® by William C. Klatte, author of the outstanding book “Live-Away Dads: Staying a Part of Your Children's Lives when They Aren't a Part of Your Home.”


1. Hang in there for the long haul. Living away is tough. My involvement in my daughter’s life may be different than my dreams for the two of us when she was little, but it is no less important. I remain a tremendous influence in her life and I’ll stay involved in a calm, loving and committed way forever.

2. Develop healthy social and emotional supports for myself. I sometimes struggle to handle anger and loneliness with maturity. That’s normal, but I’ll be careful not to work those feeling out through my daughter. Instead, I’ll get my adult emotional and social needs by spending time with healthy adults.

3. Remember and respect that my daughter lives in two homes. I’ll be patient if she doesn’t do chores or follow rules exactly the way I want. She has different rules in her mother’s house. She may sometimes be upset or moody when she leaves my home or her mom’s; sad that she has to lever either of us “behind.” I’ll remember that my relationship with her is more important than getting her to do things my way.

4. Father the best I can when she is with me. I can’t change how her mother raises her or make up for what her other parents do or don’t do. I can’t correct their excessive leniency with excessive strictness on my part, or vice versa. I’ll father her calmly; give her choices; and be patient and loving, not a demanding perfectionist. I’ll be the dad she can talk to and trust to support her -- even when she makes mistakes.

5. Keep my daughter out of the middle—even if others don’t. I’ll speak well about my daughter’s mother even when I’m angry at her -- and even if she speaks poorly about me. Negative talk about my daughter’s mother is a little wound to my daughter, and causes her to think less of herself, her mom and me. I’ll resolve adult conflicts away from my daughter and let her be the child.

6. My daughter and her mother are different people. I won’t misdirect any anger at my daughter’s mother toward my daughter. When my daughter doesn’t listen to me, does less than her best in school or makes other mistakes (normal behaviors for most kids), I won’t confuse her mistakes with her mom’s actions. Instead, I’ll remember that mistakes are great teachers, and do what I can do to make things better.

7. Give my daughter consistent time and attention. I’ll give her my healthy attention in person, on the phone, over the internet, through the mail, or any other way. I can’t buy her love with things--even if her mother tries to. My daughter needs my presence not my presents.

8. Listen to my daughter. Lecturing and arguing get me nowhere. I can’t help my daughter if I minimize her feelings or falsely tell her everything will be okay when I can’t guarantee that it will. Instead, I’ll listen and be there for her. I’ll accept my daughter for who she is; not who I want her to be, think she should be, or think she would be if she were raised only by me. I’ll take the lead in communicating -- even when I feel unappreciated. I may not agree with everything she says or does, but when I listen, I build the emotional connection that will help her listen to me when it really counts.

9. Focus on my daughter’s positives. Many men were raised by fathers pointing out what we did wrong, so we could fix it. That may work on the job, but intimate personal relationships are not like a job. Focusing on negatives undermines her strength and confidence—already stretched by living in two homes.

10. Be her father, not her mother. I am a powerful and encouraging role model, and I’ll tell her that she has a special place in my heart. My masculine actions and loving words help her realize that she too can be adventurous, playful and successful – and should expect respect from affectionate, honorable men.



To learn more about healthy fathering of girls, visit our website
DADs: Making the world safe and fair for our daughters

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Welcome to Tesla Motors

Welcome to Tesla Motors

Yes but will it fry your brain?

In their experiment, the journalists placed one egg in a porcelain cup (because porcelain conducts heat easily), and put two cell phones, one on each side of the egg. The researchers then called from one cell phone to the other and left the cell phones on after connecting. More here.

Monday, July 10, 2006

Galaxians Anyone?


Flash Games

Test Message

Hello World!

Chuck and Gracie!






My neighbors!

Ashley and Hugh



My neigbors!

Microsoft enters 'open' waters

Microsoft is offering a tool that will help users convert their files to the `free-and-open' standard known as Open Document Format (ODF). On Friday, the Redmond (Washington), U.S.-based software helped place in the public domain, a converter between its proprietary Office Open XML (for eXtended Markup Language) format and ODF standard adopted by all Open Source software makers including the rival OpenOffice.org suite created by Sun Microsystems.

The tool has been placed at SourceForge the Web's main clearing house for Open software. Currently the free download available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/odf-converter is limited to "Word" documents created by using Microsoft's Office 2007 version.

Saturday, July 08, 2006

My Action Hero Persona

You scored as Neo, the "One". Neo is the computer hacker-turned-Messiah of the Matrix. He leads a small group of human rebels against the technology that controls them. Neo doubts his ability to lead but doesn't want to disappoint his friends. His goal is for a world where all men know the Truth and are free from the bonds of the Matrix.

Captain Jack Sparrow

71%

Neo, the "One"

71%

James Bond, Agent 007

63%

Lara Croft

58%

The Amazing Spider-Man

58%

William Wallace

58%

Batman, the Dark Knight

54%

The Terminator

50%

Maximus

50%

Indiana Jones

42%

El Zorro

29%

Which Action Hero Would You Be? v. 2.0
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Thursday, July 06, 2006

Shoot the Crazy Frog Mini Game

Shoot the Crazy Frog Mini Game

As fun as it always was... I hear there is a new game?

I got an 82 the other day....

--C

NetLimiter - The Ultimate Bandwidth Shaper

NetLimiter - The Ultimate Bandwidth Shaper: "NetLimiter is an ultimate internet traffic control and monitoring tool designed for Windows. You can use NetLimiter to set download/upload transfer rate limits for applications or even single connection and monitor their internet traffic."

Interesting....

Sunday, July 02, 2006

Xbox Communicator Headset

Surplus Computers

Xbox communicator headset $4.99!!!

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Surplus Computers

Surplus Computers - FOR KRISTEN

Wireless Headphones for iPods/mp3 players

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Saturday, July 01, 2006

Scamming the scammers!

The Incredible Shrinking Artwork

This is awesome!

The Love Wife by Gish Jen

What I am reading now...


Book Reviews - The Love Wife by Gish Jen

In The Love Wife, Carnegie Wong is the son of an immigrant Chinese woman, Mama Wong. Carnegie is married to a WASP woman, Blondie, and have two adopted Asian daughters and a biological son. Mama Wong has always been a domineering mother, constantly berating Carnegie for his choice of wife.