I hate people pretending to be professionals or expert on some stuff but actually are not!!!
Well, I have a policy that If I know I’m gonna be late for class, I won’t attend. My time was just enough. I just had to print some stuff then leave and go to class. But the people at the cafe don’t know how to do their job!
It just sucks!
And, yeah, I got late. Whatever they did made me 20mins late for class – that would be equivalent to an absent!
I hate it!
Check this link…
It’s a joke right?! From one of those people who’s got nothing in their lives – one of those death hoaxes. A lot of ’em’s been ’round the internet these days. They can just get old sometimes.
So far, I’ve got no confirmation yet. Some people who added comments made screenshots of the new being posted at BBC. I tried their link in the screenshot but the page seemed like a made-up one. I tried to search the BBC website but found none similar. Hollywire.com dismissed it as just some rumor.
Well, anyway, it doesn’t sound so true. Oprah’s just one of those poor victims of death hoaxes. If she’s actually dead, the world would have known, like, immediately. She’s one big person and the world knows her.
Too bad for her.
Here are some pages I found using GoogleSearch:
My very first MV. It’s sorta slideshow. Bear with me. It’s amateurish, yeah.
The song ain’t mine it’s Sean Kingston’s. The pictures were found using Google Search.
Posted in Arts, Letters, Harmony
- Tagged change, HipHop, kingston, music video, MV, rap, rn'b, sean, Sean Kingston
Not really an actual trailer from the movie ’cause I don’t think they’ve made enough. I’m thinkin’ that the movie’s gonna be big ’cause it’s takin’ them a lot of time.
Well, anyway… Here’s a fan-made…
“You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous man, though for a good man someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”1
In the October 2000 issue of Decision magazine, an anonymous young man wrote in with the story of how he became a follower of Jesus. Years before he was caught in a downward spiral of drugs and alcohol abuse. His older brother, Terry, had once participated in this lifestyle, too, but Terry had recently become a Christian and that brought about an immediate change in his lifestyle. He enthusiastically shared his faith with anyone he came across.
A few months after Terry’s conversion, the supermarket where he worked was robbed. One of the robbers shot Terry in the back. As Terry hung between life and death in the hospital, his younger brother finally turned to God and began to pray. He finally gave his life to Christ. He was able to tell Terry of his decision just a few days before Terry’s death.
A few months later, Terry’s brother got a job at the same supermarket where Terry had been shot. He began telling a colleague about his faith in Christ. This colleague told him that his older brother, Terry, had done the same thing. Then he added, “Your brother said that he would give his life if you could come to know the Lord Jesus.”
from DailyEncounter, 03-10-2008
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UPI) — U.S. astronomers say they’ve taken the closest look ever at the giant black hole in the center of our galaxy and at some of the highest resolution ever made.
By combining telescopes in Hawaii, Arizona and California, the scientists said they were able to detect structure at a tiny angular scale of 37 micro-arcseconds — the equivalent of a baseball seen on the surface of the moon, 240,000 miles distant.
“This technique gives us an unmatched view of the region near the Milky Way’s central black hole,” said Sheperd Doeleman, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology astronomer and first author of the study.
“No one has seen such a fine-grained view of the galactic center before,” said co-author Jonathan Weintroub of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. “We’ve observed nearly to the scale of the black hole event horizon — the region inside of which nothing, including light, can ever escape.”
The research is reported in the journal Nature.
Copyright 2008 by United Press International
from Arcamax Science and Technology e-zine, 09-11-2008