01 September, 2007
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14 August, 2007
Hands up, who wants to buy one?
"Here's how it works: Ladies, get your lover to send you a text message. Sync your Bluetooth-enabled phone with The Toy, then insert The Toy (not your phone, that could be a serious hospital bill) into your you-know-what. Grab your cell phone, and read the text message your lover sent you. The message is then transported automatically to The Toy, which turns those SMS messages into vibrations. Best of all, each letter of the alphabet has a different effect on your body. More specifically, there are 45 possible vibrating effects from any one letter, plus 7,200 variations from a single text message. So depending on the length of the message, you could feel some serious vibration."
I have plenty free SMS's a month, and have been looking for a reason to use it.
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08 August, 2007
"Christopher William Smith or Rizler as he is know to some, is one of the "SPAM kings". He's run a successful "online pharmacy" (v|@grA seller) for quite some time and is as almost as notorious as spammers can get. Really successful. He accumulated more than 17 cars and millions in assets before his 28th birthday."
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1. Take the first 3 letters of your 1st name and add
2. the first 2 letters of your last name
For your new last name:
3. Then take the first 2 letters of your Mom's maiden name and add
4. the first 3 letters of the city you were born
How to determine your Star Wars honorific name and title:
1. take the last three letters of your last name and reverse them.
2. add the name of the first car you drove/owned
3. insert the word "of"
4. tack on the name of the last medication you took.
06 August, 2007
03 August, 2007
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1 The practice of burying the dead may date back 350,000 years, as evidenced by a 45-foot-deep pit in Atapuerca, Spain, filled with the fossils of 27 hominids of the species Homo heidelbergensis, a possible ancestor of Neanderthals and modern humans.
5 The trigger of death, in all cases, is lack of oxygen. Its decline may prompt muscle spasms, or the “agonal phase,” from the Greek word agon, or contest.
7 So much for recycling: Burials in America deposit 827,060 gallons of embalming fluid—formaldehyde, methanol, and ethanol—into the soil each year. Cremation pumps dioxins, hydrochloric acid, sulfur dioxide, and carbon dioxide into the air.
8 Alternatively . . . A Swedish company, Promessa, will freeze-dry your body in liquid nitrogen, pulverize it with high-frequency vibrations, and seal the resulting powder in a cornstarch coffin. They claim this “ecological burial” will decompose in 6 to 12 months.
12 If this doesn’t work, we’re trying in vitro! In Madagascar, families dig up the bones of dead relatives and parade them around the village in a ceremony called famadihana. The remains are then wrapped in a new shroud and reburied. The old shroud is given to a newly married, childless couple to cover the connubial bed.
13 During a railway expansion in Egypt in the 19th century, construction companies unearthed so many mummies that they used them as fuel for locomotives.
16 Waiting to exhale: In 1907 a Massachusetts doctor conducted an experiment with a specially designed deathbed and reported that the human body lost 21 grams upon dying. This has been widely held as fact ever since. It’s not.
20 It is estimated that 100 billion people have died since humans began.
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"A 75 year old woman from Karlstad in central Sweden has been thrust into the IT history books - with the world’s fastest internet connection.
Sigbritt Löthberg’s home has been supplied with a blistering 40 Gigabits per second connection, many thousands of times faster than the average residential link and the first time ever that a home user has experienced such a high speed."And she never even owned a computer up and until now!!!!
LUCKY F*CKING BITCH!!!!
"Chile -- On October first of 2002, while vacationing in the Southern Chilean city of Concepcion, a group of family members found what appeared to be a small humanoid creature. The miniscule being measures about 7.2 centimeters long. It has a relatively large head, two arms with long fingers, and two legs. The discovery was first reported by Mega News Service, which is the local news channel in the Santiago area."
I smell a hoax, my dear Watson. One question, why are these mothers handling such an "important discovery" with their bare hands? Just a thought.
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"A 15-year-old boy who prosecutors said was the mastermind of a failed plot to go on a shooting spree in a suburban school was sentenced Friday to six years in state prison.
Edwin DeLeon and three other teens pleaded guilty earlier this year to scheming to shoot teachers and students in April. Authorities said they planned to open fire at Winslow Township High School in Camden County, where DeLeon and two of the others were students, and then turn their guns on other people in the community.
Despite attempts, the teens in the Philadelphia suburb were never able to get a gun. School officials heard about the plans and the boys were arrested before anyone was hurt."
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The new key. Round 2.
Don't step down, and we'll win again.
Digg us up!
The number that will not die. And when they replace it, the new number will be here and all over the net too.
This is our liberation. This is our front. This is our cause. Spread the code. It's your duty as a geek.
The prime is our freedom. The prime is the internet.
Don't let greed censor anything.
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There are sites for the 2000 Election and Sept 11th. And some others.
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"Persistent reports of a rift in the Wallaby camp, renewed attempts to lure Crusaders coach Robbie Deans to Australia and a projected loss of AU$6m (US$5.12m) by the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) are just some of the storm clouds Down Under."
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How does it feel. Something like this is a normal day in SA Rugby
02 August, 2007
- Title: Web Developer
- Salary: $200K plus DOE
- Taxes: No Federal taxes taken out for the contractors that accept a 12 month. (6 month contractors will have taxes taken out)
- Location: Iraq
- Start date: ASAP with 2 weeks training (one in Washington DC and another in Ft. Bening GA)
- # of Openings: 1
"The time may come that you'll need to reinstall your Windows XP. It could happen. Maybe you'll add a new motherboard or hard drive. Maybe you'll get constant errors and problems that just won't go away. Or perhaps you're a neat freak who wants to rid yourself of clutter and start fresh with a clean operating system. If you do reinstall Windows XP, then you'll need to re-activate it too—that is, unless you keep this tip handy ;-)"
01 August, 2007
2. Right Click in the page and select New -> Boolean.
3. In the box that pops up enter config.trim_on_minimize. Press Enter.
4. Now select True and then press Enter.
5. Restart Firefox.
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31 July, 2007
"If you use windows then you know that after your computer has been on for a while, it will start running slow. When this happens, most people will restart to clear out any idle processes running in the background taking up memory. But why should you have to restart when you can clear out these processes with just a click of a mouse. I would like to show you how you can create a shortcut on your desktop and use it to clear out your memory so you don’t have to restart."
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30 July, 2007
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27 July, 2007
"Keo, in his Independent Newspaper column, asks why Minister of Sport Makhenkesi Stofile is willing to accept the Proteas as representative of a new South Africa, but not the Springboks?"
26 July, 2007
Here is how to prevent sites from resizing your Firefox window…
1. Open Firefox, Preferences (or if you’re on Windows…Tools, Options)
2. Go to the Content Tab
4. Uncheck “Move or Resize Existing Windows”
Thanks to TechPwn
ME was a bad OS, and Vista is ME II. Vista looks good. Nice features. Problem is I'm a software developer. I know how to use, crash and fix a computer. DO NOT NEED MY OS TO PROTECT IT SELF FROM ME!
Every time I wanna install a app, admin username and password. Every time I wanna change network settings, or any settings for that matter, freaking addmin username and password please. F That!!!! And to do certain things now takes much longer than before! Lot more clicks, lot more typing.
And it is not that fast!!!!! Copying is a pain. First calculating how long it will take to copy! Y? Copy the shit and get it over and done with!
And my God! It's damn expensive...
And then this article...
Vista is to expensive for what you get, get Ubuntu, its free.
Dimmu Borgir! What can you say about this brilliant Black/Death Metal band. Release after release! Never a crappy album. My fav for a long time was Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia. And then came In Sorte Diaboli.
Its is a concept album (From Wiki)...
"In Sorte Diaboli is the band's first concept album, with a story located in medieval Europe. It is about a priest who begins to doubt his faith, and then ends up taking the place of the Antichrist. "There's this dude that works as a priest's assistant, and after a while he just discovers that he has nothing to do with Christianity," Silenoz says. "He just sort of has this awakening and realizes that he has different abilities and different powers and is leaning more to the dark side." The conclusion of the story in the booklet implies that the story of In Sorte Diaboli is not yet finished, possibly hinting that Dimmu Borgir's next studio album will continue this concept."
I bought this album off www.gomusic.ru. But will have to get the original. A must have for my collection.
"And while there have been some attempts to dissuade thieves from stealing our things, most have been pretty easy to get around. But what if a thief knew that if he (or she) stole that iPod, it would only have one charge cycle left before it became useless?
A recently-published patent filed by Apple (and dug up by the New Scientist) could provide one such deterrent. The patent, titled "Protecting electronic devices from extended unauthorized use," outlines a technique that would allow a particular device to authenticate itself with certain, user-approved power supplies and devices so that it can only be charged by those devices. In a lot of ways, it's a lot like DRM, but for electronic devices."
"Yes, my friends ps3 broke.
He came round mine explaining that his PS3 just died for no reason.
I asked him if he used any buggerd games, dvds, or blu-ray. He said no. I asked him if he dropped it etc. No, no no.
So I went round his to have a look. He had put black duct tape over the air vents. All of them.
I said 'why have you put duct tape over the vents?'
He replys with this:
'I am really cautious about my ps3. I really look after it. I don't want dust getting inside it so I covered up the holes to stop dust from getting in.'
I was in tears.
My friend has got a phone call from some Sony branch. Apparently he will be getting a new PS3. They explained that the system had overheated (Duh?) and that he should take care of where he puts his ps3. They suggested a well ventilated area LMAO! Anyway, they said the system should have shut down automatically but it didn't. And the reason they are giving him a new one is because they don't have any refurbished systems in there branch LMAO!! Guess they havent experienced a broken PS3 b4 lol.
Wow, as so many people are reading this. you should check out www.youtube.com/lduk"
Well actually it's only a promotional copy. Every once in a while Jon Shaffer comes on and says "Hallo this is John Shaffer from Iced Earth. We hope you enjoying your promotional copy of our new cd Framming Armageddon" and then something else too (I think he got very tiered of saying that all the time). It is very irretating and very intrusive. But I guess it did it's job. I want this album. Badly!!!!!!
I think its good! Very good! Very different.
I WANT! I WANT! I WANT!
25 July, 2007
YES YES YES YES YES!!!!!!!
It's been over 5 years since hearing plans by John Shaffer to do this album. And now it is almost here!
Iced Earth's continuation of the Something Wicked... trilogy will be released on the following dates 7,10,11 of Sept respectively, depending where you live. We who use www.gomusic.ru will probably have it with in the next 3 weeks. Hopefully!
Here is the cover art... (looks cool)
The single from the album, OVERTURE OF THE WICKED is just brilliant. I love the new song, Ten Thousand Strong, it is one of my favourites. And the re-recording of the trilogy is just brilliant.
Something Wicked This Way Comes is one of the best metal albums ever. Lets hope this album is right up there with it.
An Interview with John Shaffer
24 July, 2007
Richard Kuklinski (April 11, 1935 – March 5, 2006) was a convicted murderer who was a notorious hit man known as "The Iceman" who was connected to the Gambino crime family.
Kuklinski's association with the Gambino crime family came through his relationsip with the mobster Roy DeMeo. Kuklinski stated that he started out doing robberies and other assignments for the family, but soon his talent for killing was realized and he stood out amongst his associates, standing over 6 ft 4 in (193 cm) without shoes and weighing close to 300 lb (135 kg).
Over the next thirty years, according to Kuklinski, he killed regularly. The exact number has never been settled upon by authorities, and Kuklinski himself at various times claimed to have killed between 33 and 200 individuals.
The Iceman Confessions Of A Mafia Hitman 1of2 Richard Kuklinski
The Iceman Confessions Of A Mafia Hitman 2of2 Richard Kuklinski