Eeyore’s Birthday 2009

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Rainbow butterfly
Rainbow butterfly
The Official Eeyore's Statue
The Official Eeyore's Statue
The dance circle
The dance circle
Painted women
Painted women
Hula Hoop Fun
Hula Hoop Fun
Beautiful Friends
Beautiful Friends
A dancing woman
A dancing woman
Grandpa Drummer
Grandpa Drummer
Bongos
Bongos
War Horse
War Horse
Chalk Time
Chalk Time
Little Bo Peep Found Her Sheep
Little Bo Peep Found Her Sheep
Little Bo Peep Looking for Sheep
Little Bo Peep Looking for Sheep
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  39. Okay, fair enough, Greg. The gun iusses may be worth discussing but my main focus remains the importance of emotion combined with feelings of powerlessness. I don’t agree that all unhappy couples feel powerless. I may be unhappy with my spouse but I know I can leave, unwind at work, etc., and I know I don’t have to do something drastic to deal with my unhappiness. People who feel powerless often do believe that drastic action is their only resort.I think I’ll stop now since I’m not a psychologist and my statements are not based on any specialized knowlege or training. Can any psychologists here either help me out or (gently) correct me?

  40. Greg,”There are 8 times as many homicides in Tennessee as in Denmark”Maybe so, but what was the ratio back when it was as easy to buy haungdns in Denmark as it is now in the US? While I can’t actually speak to the Danish situation, I do know that London and New York City show a similar disparity in homicide rate, and that difference has persisted over the last century or more. This shows two things: (a) The difference in homicide rates between the US and England/Europe is not of recent origin, and (b) it predates the time when Europe had strict firearm laws. You can still try to suggest that raw availability is the problem here, but you’d be wise to not mention other countries as examples, because they don’t prove what you seem to think they do.

  41. that “Practical, physical setafy is a more effective approach than philosophizing why people ‘snap’.” So, once again, we agree! Our family owns guns because we want to ensure our practical, physical setafy, and the odds are much greater that someone outside our home will threaten us. We also practice gun setafy and take gun setafy courses. You and I simply vary on how likely it is that guns pose a threat tp our households, and I submit that might be a function of the youth of your children versus the fact that mine are teenagers and older.Perhaps you simply dislike guns and the concept of gun ownership, but I’m glad you are willing to accept that not everyone feels that way. I guess the tie that binds us all to Dr. Helen’s website is that we all have a libertarian streak somewhere.

  42. “the vast majority of smrkeos do not get lung cancer”, that would be a perfectly true statement. But if you then said, “and therefore smoking is not a significant variable,” it would be a non sequitur.According to a , 39% of American households have firearms. However, according to 72% of spouse murders with male victim are committed with a firearm. That suggests a risk factor of 4, i.e. (72/39)/(28/61) = 4. Of course the data should be studied more carefully to count crossovers in both directions: Non-gun households in which the wife obtained a gun at the last minute, and gun households in which the husband was murdered with some other weapon.It would also be better to look more specifically at handguns versus long guns, because risk factors seem to be higher for handguns. The media has not yet reported whether Mary Winkler shot her husband with a handgun or a long gun.

  43. Thanks, Dr. Helen. There’s always a lot to think about here. I cesnofs that my thoughts vary when I hear people express surprise at these violent events. Sometimes it seems that the neighbors truly are surprised and shocked by behavior that seems inconsistent with their observations. I know my neighbors well and have known most of them for 20+ years. If this happened in my area, I would say the same thing about my neighbors – except for one person, and I wouldn’t want to comment on that person to the press but I would definitely discuss it with the authorities. I’ve also assumed that there are people who comment who don’t really know what they are talking about, so they mouth banalities to the press. Finally, I suspect that some people who say things like this to the press are trying to excuse themselves. They don’t want to admit it even if they did notice something. It’s comforting to say you didn’t know, rather than to admit you knew something was wrong and sat silently while it happened.

  44. Along with Teresa, I feel for these children. Hopefully both sets of graapdnrents can quickly deal with their grief/shock/anger and agree on custody. If I were a member of the minister’s family, I would have a hard time letting the wife’s parents take custody. Plus, they will have plenty to deal with as their daughter faces trial. It’s tempting to relate this to problems that some ministers’ kids have and to wonder if the same may be true of their wives. Certainly ministers and their wives can have problems like everyone else. People in domestic disputes are often highly emotional and feel powerless, and that can be a deadly combination. Sometimes there are issues of abuse involved but, whatever happened here, it’s difficult to legally justify killing your spouse in this day and age. There are too many shelters and other resources available to help. Furthermore, if these charges are true, the tragic part to me is that this woman knowingly orphaned her children.

  45. JW,You’re right about the media coverage given to the white fmeale victims. I’d add they have to be attractive and between the ages of 18 and 30 to really make it big.However, I’d say this is a market driven phenomenon. Those are the people viewers tune in to hear about. If viewers tuned in hear about middle-aged male construction workers who are killed, then we would see many more stories about them.We can also observe there has to be an element of uncertainty in the story. If the body has not been found yet, it can lead the newscasts for days. Then there is the question of the trial. That can go on for months. What we are seeing are very similar to made for TV movies. Nobody really cares about the victim. They just like a good story and want to watch it unfold.I have a hypothesis that TV crime shows also have a disproportionate number of victims who are white, fmeale, attractive, and between 18 and 30. When’s the last time we saw granny take a bullet?News is a product just like laundry soap. The marketing is the same.

  46. Of course miintsers and their families have problems just like everyone else. There isn’t any wonderment in it for me since I don’t believe their religion anyway. What would your reaction be if it had been a Muslim preacher?But it is not true that being highly emotional and feeling powerless is by itself a deadly combination. Most people in a bad marriage are highly emotional and feel powerless. What this case shows you is the difference between a bad marriage with a gun in the house and a bad marriage without a gun in the house.Yes, I know the usual response to this: She could just as well have run him over with the car. Even though everyone liked her and she had no criminal record, she must have been a devil woman who was going to find the means. Yeah, it could have been like that, maybe, but as it happens most spouse murderers use a handgun. I conjecture that Minister Winkler bought the gun for his own protection.We can juxtapose this with the statistic that I mentioned in the other thread: There are 8 times as many homicides in Tennessee as in Denmark. We can also juxtapose it with the quote from Heinlein: An armed society is a polite society.

  47. Greg,I see your point regarding the Midlothian and Missouri cases but, dsiepte my admittedly flippant gun comments, my real concern with these cases is the breakdown in values illustrated in both. Specifically, I am troubled that people in both communities were willing to remain silent and even cover up wrongdoing. In the Midlothian case, high school students remained silent dsiepte knowledge that a murder was planned. In Missouri, many people apparently covered up a murder, although it could have been self-defense. Both remind me of the sensationalized Kitty Genovese case in New York where neighbors did little as Kitty was stabbed to death.So, really, my point wasn’t whether it is better to have guns or not. I think the Midlothian case is a clear example of how unsafe guns can be in the wrong hands. I also think the Missouri case illustrates that some people need guns to protect themselves when law enforcement can’t. Both cases illustrate that guns can be misused but, as the Genovese case makes clear, there doesn’t have to be a gun involved at all. These cases are troubling because they illustrate a profound breakdown in moral values and not because of the weapons that were used.

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  49. above, the data suggests that the risk faoctr of a household gun for spousal homicide is about 4. So I do not mean that Mary Winkler would never possibly have murdered her husband if they didn’t have guns, only that statistically it explains 3/4 of the chance. Of course a more refined estimate would restrict attention to women with no prior criminal record; my conjecture is that pushes the risk faoctr even higher.If you live in a high-crime area, where folks are having their homes broken into by armed thugs regularly, then a gun adds safety.I am sure that you are right that there is some crossover point where the protection from strangers that you might get from a gun outweighs the extra risk that someone in your house might commit homicide or suicide with it. But the question is, where is that crossover? Stranger homicide is not a very common crime, and risk faoctrs upwards of 4 are a lot to outweigh. The crossover could be as far out as Baghdad, for all I know.Certainly neither Selmer, TN (where Mary Winkler lived), nor Davis, CA, nor New Hampshire are the sort of extreme-crime areas that really justify owning a gun for protection. Of course if you enjoy hunting or whatever, that’s fine, as long as you are sober about the risks.

  50. No matter how large a pecgentare of spousal murders is committed with guns, the fact that so many households own guns while so few spouses murder their spouses suggests that widespread possession of guns is not the problem.I didn’t say anything about “the” problem. There are many risk factors for spousal homicide; having a gun in the house appears to be one of them. Fixating on “the” problem is just a way to ignore solutions, because most problems have many partial solutions instead of one total solution. A risk factor of 4 is 3/4 of a solution, which is pretty significant.I’m willing to be libertarian about this. If other people accept the risk of becoming another Matthew Winkler or another Mary Winkler, that’s their business. (Or, for that matter, another .) It won’t happen to me because we don’t keep guns in the house. If we did keep guns in the house, they would be locked in a safe in the garage to reduce these risks. It is true that some wives kill their husbands with other weapons, just not nearly as often.What I don’t agree with is endless analysis of the psychology of people like Mary Winkler. Because, frankly, how much have psychologists done to reduce the national murder rate? Sometimes they can help identify dangerous people, but they don’t know how “treat” criminal intent. Practical, physical safety is a more effective approach than philosophizing why people “snap”.

  51. Dr. Helen,”Just one time, I would like to hear a neibghor say, ‘Wow, my neibghor was really weird and I am surprised he/she waited this long to kill someone.’ I will be waiting quite a while.”This is probably as close as you’ll get, for some time: We have a murder-for-hire trial going on in our city, right now, which means the defendant charged with hiring a hit man is still legally considered “innocent unless proven guilty”; hence, no names. He was a professional, no longer licensed, I believe.However, in the earliest days after the killing, the police encountered other professionals who knew the victim and his former partner–the one now on trial. Their immediate response was, “Why haven’t you arrested (name withheld), yet?” “When are you going to arrest … ? He’s your man!”At trial, it’s coming out that the defendant had approached first one girlfriend and then another about conspiring to set up the victim either for murder, or for false charges of improper conduct which would have smeared his reputation and potentially cost him his license. The defendant also told more than one person that he “wanted him dead.”I’m not on the jury, obviously, and therefore not privy to all the evidence at trial; but this defendant is getting no sympathy from the community that knew him; no one has stepped forward to say what a “good man” he is. And it was surprising, at the beginning. It is all very sad, though–first, that he was so filled with hate; and second, that no one he approached for help in crime, and no one else who apparently knew he was a powder keg ready to blow, went to the police.

  52. This is a favorite sooapbx of Greg’s, and he generally can’t resist the Tennessee/Denmark comparison. As he has twice not answered my main objection in the past, I will not try again.I believe your original comment was that this was the difference between a home with a gun in it and one with none. I can’t find any other reading of that except that you are suggesting it wouldn’t have happened if they didn’t have guns. Hard to imagine how you would know that, Greg.This wasn’t originally a gun-ownership discussion, but I’ll jump in again, trying a different tack this time. Whether a gun increases or decreases your personal danger depends entirely on the type of society you live in. If you live in an extremely low-crime area, with no threat from outside forces, then adding a gun into your household objects will increase your risk, as the danger from accidents or homicidal spouses will be greater than your marginal increase in safety from outside attack.If you live in a high-crime area, where folks are having their homes broken into by armed thugs regularly, then a gun adds safety. It is then the increase in accidents and homicidal spouses that is marginal.One analogy I have read is the Bear In The Woods. If there is a bear loose in the woods, how you should increase your safety depends on what weapon you have. If all you have is a knife, your best bet is to try and just stay away from it and hope it doesn’t find you. If you have a gun — one capable of bringing down a bear, that is — then going after the bear and shooting it is the safer choice.

  53. Helen: It is certainly true that inaoixcttion and prior criminal records are also risk factors for homicide. But you shouldn’t then say, oh they are all drunk, oh they are all criminals, therefore there is no need to think about other risk factors. After all, Mary Winkler didn’t have a criminal record and there has been no report that she was either alcoholic or a drug addict. You started this page by asking what was going on with this family. My answer is that even though some risk factors for spousal homicide were not present, two others still were: a bad marriage and a gun in the house.Even in cases when there is more than one risk factor at play, they can accumulate insidiously in our lives. For example, I’m certainly not alcoholic, but I do enjoy wine and dessert liquor sometimes. Would I become a 100% teetotaller for the privilege of having an unsecured gun in the house? Probably not. Of course you are right that guns and alcohol should not mix; the solution then is to keep guns locked up and out of sight if you own them.For that matter spousal homicide is associated with domestic violence, and right there you can have a criminal record. “Criminal record” is actually a vague term that can be as narrow as only felony convictions or as broad as all police arrests. Does getting arrested suddenly prompt people in bad marriages to secure their guns? Somehow I doubt it. A serious, lifelong habit of firearm security, and not just casual sure-I-know-how-to-use-a-gun assurances, are a better path to real safety.The question remains how much gun security there was in the Winkler household. I wouldn’t be surprised if she shot him with his own gun, nor if it was just sitting there unlocked and loaded. I would like to see the police report on that though.

  54. Let me interject and say that in my eenirexpce, there are two kinds of situations–those where people do nothing, despite a person acting in a criminal manner. Then there are situations like Skidmore, MO where authorities were called, the community tried to get help and nothing happened until they took matters into their own hands–I can’t say as I blame them if the police would not help ASAP. When I lived in NYC in the eighties, it was a lawless place where the criminals ran the streets and the police laughed when you asked for help. I know because I was mugged on one occassion at knifepoint and all my friends told me not to bother with the police–they would not do anything–they were correct. In another instance, I was stalked and the police informed me at the time that this was not a crime and did nothing. I was left to fend for myself–I was not even able to legally carry a can of mace at that time in NYC. The police are under no obligation to protect any one individual, meaning that without protection of any type, one is left defenseless against others. That is why I am an adamant supporter of the second amendment (along with many other reasons). Greg, You mentioned that I would advocate counseling only for Greg Knighten. You are mistaken. I have counseled many parents of teens who are troubled to lock up their firearms–that makes good sense. But you are sadly mistaken if you think a locked up firearm will keep a troubled youth from wrecking damage and mayhem on others. Perhaps you have never talked with a young man with such hatred and anger in his heart that he rehearses setting gas stations on fire for the sheer thrill of it. Or maybe you have never talked to a mass murderer who felt that the only way to end their own suffering was to take the life of anyone who happened to be in their path. Once you have, you would laugh at your naivete that without guns, the world would be a safe place.

  55. that he was a good boy. But how much can the system do in a case like this? They can’t lock up 10-year-olds for what they haven’t yet done.It seems pbsisole that Mary Winkler really did seem normal and stable to her neighbors. Sure, she looks like a wild woman now, but who wouldn’t in her situation, even someone falsely accused? Either way, I believe in the libertarian principle of minding your own business and not peering into other people’s houses. If anyone could have seen this coming, it would have been Matthew Winkler himself. Yet he may have been careless or unsuspecting enough to leave his gun within her reach. If he was that casual about it, then you can’t expect the neighbors to have done a whole lot here either.DRJ: The guy in Missouri was . I agree that he was a horrible man, but I think that Skidmore, Missouri could have done better than a mob lynching. Is it just an effete liberal precept that two wrongs don’t make a right? They shot him in the back even though he had just been convicted and was only out on a three-week appeal. Why couldn’t they wait three weeks? Why couldn’t they reform the county courts, if justice was not served, instead of taking the law into their own hands? I don’t think that street justice makes America a better place any more than it makes Iraq a better place.On the other hand, I certainly agree with you about Greg Knighten, the thug teenager in Midlothian, TX. He had trouble written all over him, yet his policeman father let him take his service revolver out of the house. Of all people, an officer of the law should understand how important it is to keep guns out of the hands of trouble-minded teenagers, especially their own guns and their own children! Helen’s usual take on these cases is that Greg Knighten should have been counseled much more and much sooner. I do not disagree with that, but I think that if Knighten Sr. did not secure his service revolver, then he hadn’t yet taken even the first precaution.

  56. whew.got the same feeling (not love).anyway, lernniag to love properly is a challenge for every human being. in the very first place, love, itself, is every human being’s destiny (supposedly).kuya yoshke, aja!

  57. Waaaaay to rationalize our chcioes in life! Too bad we tend to choose to avoid communicating how we really feel. Had we just done so, we MIGHT have achieved greater mutual understanding with those we have issues with, sooner, rather than later.

  58. aww its sad i never get to enjoy my dad’s company since he pasesd away when i was 10 he is a good swimmer and now i cant even swim im a daddy’s girl so super nmiss ko xa pero im closer now to my mom haysss so much for regrets at least you’ve realised and he will be happy to know

  59. Reading this made me miss my father, who died besucae of liver-related disease/ Bit I think t’was cancer as well, they just hid it from me. They already have the idea how long will my father stay, they chose to hid it, until that day that totally broke my heart. Yung eksenang akala ko sa movie lang nagyayari, nakita at naranasan ko ng personal. it was my entry to Pagbabago contest, pero when I wrote it, buhay pa sya..-comicallydramatic

  60. finya October 25, 2011 Awts this is so nice I so love this.. nakaka raltee ako.. I have a similar experience with my best friend since elementary.. hahaha we fought and we didn’t talk for two years (junior and senior year in HS).. I thought that’s the end of it.. but suddenly the latter part of senior year we are on speaking terms again as if nothing happened.. and luckily we are already enjoying 13 years of friendship and counting! Fighting is a test of friendship pag na overcome niyo yun you gain a friend for life. :p

  61. Nakaka relate ako sa post mong ito.. Until now, di ko pa rin matgagnap bakit ang tatay ko napaka hina. Bakit nagpatalo siya sa pagsubok na kinaharap niya nuon. Gaya ng tatay mo, naloko rin ang tatay ko ng ka-trabaho niya at ayun, nagloko na rin ang isip niya.Di ko alam kung galit ako sa kanya. Basta..Okay na siya ngayon, wala ng sumpong, nasa bahay, as always.Hmmm.. it’s okay yoshke, I sense that you will be a good father to our children naman (bumabanat) heheheGod bless yoshke!

  62. Astrid August 16, 2011 You remembered all those coonvs? I’m crying my pretty eyeballs out while reading this; I nearly died of dehydration (Ok this is exag already) For the longest time I was wondering when are you going to blog about me. (Hahaha. Conceited much? BUT HEY, you love me right? You conceited, I’m conceited. Great minds think alike!) I just thought of another formula (the Joseph the Dreamer one; will let you know soon) What I really, truly wanna say is:Hi I’m Astrid. I love you, my friend. (But you know that already right?)

  63. DeMitch on February 4, 2010 What year do you have? Is it a smooth ride or do you feel the bumps in the road? Is the cabin quiet or can you hear oudtise noise? Im trying to decide between the Edge, Chevy EQ, and Kia Sorrento. Need a little help.

  64. Sabi ni East Timor President Jose Ramos Horta (in one of the forums in AdDU), the Filipinos are the most bralliint, enterprising and resourceful individuals. Kahit nga daw sa building ng United Nations, may mga Filipino secretaries na may sideline na RTW at kung anu-ano.

  65. Sharon September 5, 2010 If you live where I do being a racist is the safe way to live. The blcaks in Akron, OH USA are constantly ganging up and hurting unsuspecting people. We have 28% black and they DO do all the crimes against white peeps. Getting tired of wondering where this will go. Civil war in America?

  66. aiyeezh September 16, 2009 seryoso?!?! adik ung boss mo!!=) meron din akong boss beofre na nung inoffer nmin sakanya ung polvoron sabi nya ang mga pinoy daw an we-weird..kasi kung anu anu daw ang kinakain ntin pero fave nya chicken-pork adobo! baliw dba?! =p

  67. There’s this story last night on CNN A Czech artist made an isttallanion that is on exhibit at the EU office, as tribute to Czech Republic’s EU presidency. It roused negative reactions because the artwork showed stereotypes of the EU member nations:Italy was shown as a football nation.Romania was represented by Dracula.Bulgaria was represented by squat toilets.France was represented by a banner with the word Greve! written on it, symbolizing the labor unions.For Poland, a priest was raising the Rainbow Flag.Denmark was made of LegoAnd the funniest was UK. It had an empty space for UK, depicting the country’s aloofness from the mainland Europe.Hahaha.

  68. Lunardo70 on February 1, 2010 2010 Toyota Venza hmmm, isn’t Toyota going through some Mechanical Problems. Ford had pmlobers with their Explorers ways back and decided on changing the Brand of Tires. No more accidents. The Ford Edge is smaller than a Explorer and larger than the Escape. My Edge has car-like comfort and get 27 mpg on the Highway (I drove from Derwood, Md to Philadelphia, PA on a FULL TANK and used a Quarter Tank size when I got to Philly! better than my car!)No this isn’t a truck it’s a miracle!

  69. , No, I booked my flgiht online and rode the plane. Oh and another one I also get is Do you still live in teepees. Which is wrong cuz I’m not a plains Indian that you see on those old black and white western videos but rather Navajo and our traditional home is the hogan. All in all, I agree with ya on your blog about your view of stereotypes. But sometimes, you find a person that embodies the stereotype and you can’t help but smile. And as for the Japanese one. I gotta do some research of my own to see if it is true. Haha. J/K.

  70. Hi someone. Not rellay. I did not base it on that. I just used it as an example. It’s just that most of my friends abroad always tell me that people’s first impression of them is like that.But yeah, I feel you especially re your last paragraph. Most of my non-Pinoy friends always tell me that some of their lot find our being-so-proud-yeah-we’ll-rub-it-in when it comes to our achievements annoying sometimes, especially on the Web.and the Kurakot part. the sadder part is, you know there’s truth in that.Hey, thanks for dropping by. I appreciate your comment. It makes me rethink a number of things, actually.

  71. KBeau4196 June 22, 2011 I am American and i am not fat, ignorant or beellgerint. I may not know everything about every other country, but if you think about it, who does? I am not biased and i do not base my thoughts on other countries based on stereotypes.You may think American’ accents are stupid, but to me they aren’t because i live here. That is just rude i don’t think any other accent is stupid.We might have a stereotype about talking with strange accents and texting jargon in speech such as lol’, but we certainly do not talk weird relative to our country.You are ignorant- and that is not based on your nationality.

  72. I got a lot of Indian friends here. Most of them think about money and prsetige, they have no love for other things. They’re smart though, and so laid-back. Some of them, however, are unbelievably artsy and symbolic. But yeah, they’re a rising Nation. In addition to Bollywood and Software Development, they’ve recently ventured into automobile (Tata Nano, the cheapest car in the world) as well. As for Americans, I don’t know why they’re called open-minded, liberal, and immoral. There’s a lot of bigotry here, labeling, and prostitution is also illegal. I think people just watch too many movies. That’s all.

  73. someone January 23, 2009 Did you base number 8 enelrtiy on that Yahoo! Answers thing? Because Yahoo! Answers is clogged with the stupidest people capable of using the internet.Some memorable questions include How do I scan a mirror and use it as my background , Where can I find scuba-diving equipment for my horse and I heard on TV that there’s a war in Georgia, when do we evacuate (The person lived in the state Georgia of the US, the war was in the country Georgia halfway across the world.) It’s also likely that a lot of the people there are being asses on purpose.Yeah, this post’s main purpose was just to rant on Yahoo! Answers ) But I think our reputation is more on being ignorant and too prideful. Not to mention kurakot.

  74. Guess what:There’s just NO silver lniing in all such things as these sterotypes a lot of people breed on these for purposes of racial discrimination, crab mentality, frame-ups, racial profiling/ripping-offs, etc. you name it to the point of no return (could you imagine getting to that point?)In some countries (the United States as a major example) there is this called hate crimes criminalities (whatever it is murder, assault, foul play, etc.) founded on bias/hatred bullshit due to stereotypes or whatnot. Because they hate a particular group such people perpetrate crimes that sends a powerful message (smacked to your face if you belong to that group in which the victim belongs) from that alone the victim getting a taste of his own medicine from the hands of the ruffians. It’s a very deep message that has a very drastic (to the point that is unimaginable) effects. Why? to find out (the Psychological Effects section is the important part)Frankly the Americans (possibly to include Canadians) are big-time racists.About the #8 in the list I could have wished that something else must be done there (too bad that the original has been deleted but that what you have and the original URL where it originally was) can serve to be a good evidence (this usually require investigative autopsy to track down the culprit and be able to report it to the right authorities). Why? As a Filipino myself I think we cannot stand being compromised (to the point of no return a few miles we just might get there) in case you didn’t know, the world would be a better place without Filipinos. Sorry but I did not say this I am speaking from a racist’s perspective (especially not less than 20% of the world population in my guess).The thing is I cannot stand these racists anymore because public apologies don’t even do the trick such people need to go to jail and die there! Even if they apologize, the whole world had themselves influenced by the racially discriminatory remark and might pay no atttention to the apology (if they ever apologize, that is). That’s where we get these sterotypes. If you want click my name and message me we’ll make an online petition to defend our country real thing!

  75. Nice read, I just passed this onto a fnierd who was doing a little research on that. And he actually bought me lunch as I found it for him smile So let me rephrase that: Thank you for lunch! No one can wear a mask for very long. by Seneca.

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  86. The benchmark was run on a ptrety old MacBook Pro 2.2Ghz core duo with 4 gigs of ram running Debian Lenny.I will look at the memory consumption in the upcoming cross-language benchmark.Concerning your other ‘requests’, a qualitative comparison of documentation is really hard, I have been focussing mainly on the framework acting as some sort of Comet / Websocket and in that situation I don’t think SSL support is an issue as i imagine that in a production setting these daemons would be sitting behind a proxy anyway.

  87. Congrats, great benchmark!,Some remkras (me being the author of Concurrence …You list the Concurrence license as ‘Hyves’, but I think it should be MIT (at least that is the intention…, why did you think otherwise?).Also in your matrix you did not put an entry for ‘automated tests’. I think that should also count when considering frameworks, e.g. how mature is their developement process. For instance Twisted has a very large and comprehensive test-suite, and this is also something I strive for with Concurrence.It would also be nice if you mentioned memory usage for the various frameworks when having many connections at the same time. The stable version of Concurrence you tested for instance has a problem with using more memory than needed (current trunk version has that fixed).

  88. I feel this is largely minisforming to someone who doesn’t understand how the frameworks work as the approaches and architectures wildly differ:For example, would fork in two processes and that’s the only reason it won the benchmark. It’s a nice feature but one could argue that this should be handled elsewhere (loadbalancer/clustering).gevent is largely written in C (well, pyrex apparently) and that’s the reason it’s the second fastest (it would clearly win if would run in single process mode).Also, the code approaches differ, some start coroutines/greenlets/whateverlets on a new connection and some don’t. This is a very important difference and the results can differ much depending on this aspect.The error rates worry me – I think it’s a good exercise to find out why they happen. I would add portability and test code coverage to the comparison table.

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  90. kbertoch on July 1, 2007 The new 2007 Yukon and Yukon Denali both are miles ahead of the previous meodls. I have the 2007 Yukon SLT, and even with the 5.3 liter it sounds great. I think that the 6.2 liter GM meodls, such as the Escalade share the same exhaust cylinder as the 5.3 liter. Does your Denali have variable valve timing?

  91. judedelux on January 15, 2010 Sure, buy a cheap car from a country that hates Americans more than the al-Qaida. Korean limtis all American imports to their country but we accept all their crap thus adding to our National debt. Buy American? and keep America financially strong. Remeber: Kia in Korean means BIG AMERICAN LOSER

  92. watsuamaem on November 29, 2009 Hyundai, Kia have virtually got notnihg to blame these days, actually the best car money can buy,, but any other choice?you are simply throwing away the best value option, period, Don’t be a fool to go by old stale name brand, You can not afford to fool youself in the toughest economy now

  93. Cargo1273 on October 2, 2007 I bought one like this one 3-days ago in Gold Mist with Cocoa and Light Cashmere letehar to match my 2008 Black Raven Escalade. Awesome ride. The only complaint I have about it is the navigation and/or the software seems to be defective, everytime I start the engine I have to press the damn OK disclaimer in order to use the navigation., plus on top of that, the voice prompts are either late or too early., sometimes it doesn’t even give the correct directions at all.

  94. KandeeMann2001 on April 29, 2009 i’m confused. why do pelope keep comparing the Sorento to the CR-V and the RAV-4? both of these are compact utes, and a more reasonable comparison would be the Kia Sportage. i’d think the Sorento better compares to the Pilot and the Highlander. seeing a Sorento parked next to a CR-V makes the comparison even more confusing. LoL. the Sorento is the BIG truck. nearly as big as the Acura MDX in size. so CR-V and RAV-4? maybe it’s the price range i guess. but hey that’s just my humble opinion.

  95. LivingFit365 on November 19, 2008 I’m the original owner of a 2003 Sorento. 75k miles so far. It’s been off-road, city, hwaihgy. I drive 60 miles each day. I never once had to look under the hood. Drives perfectly, runs perfectly, still in great shape. The styling is still modern and people think it is new amazed when I tell them it’s an ’03! I highly recommend KIA! Much better than a GM, just as good or maybe better than Honda or Toyota, best value for the dollar fully loaded. I highly recommend checking out KIA.

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  101. murderkid200 on March 1, 2011 @Cargo1273 And why is the Escalade worth $20,000 dollars more than a Naviagtor (im tainklg in Canada, may be different in USA). because up here, the price for a fully loaded Navigator is less than the base price of an Escalade, and more what?? A smoother ride?? i dont think so, the Navigator has IRS which makes it pretty freaking smooth altough if you choose the 20 rims it does reduce the ride quality a little bit as it would with all vehicles.

  102. murderkid200 on March 1, 2011 @Cargo1273 Or are you paying for $20,000 more for a IMO less oriignal and appealing interior or a engine with an extra 100 Horsepower?? Doesn’t seem like a good deal to me? Im just trying to say that people dont buy Navigators just because they cant afford it alot of people buy them because maybe they are like me and like it more than the Escalade? Thats just my opinion and I dont think you should be going around telling people what the can and cannot afford, for all you know, He may own a Lambo

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  112. I expect you to minoetn everyone in Vancouver by name. I proudly represent my group, of course. Also, much as you pimp the post on Twitter, unless you give me an Incoming Link (as recognized by WordPress), it’s harder to see that you linked to us. For example, you linked to VBM’s Meetup.com page. Obviously I would NEED to be sent here. PS this makes it TWO comments already.

  113. Did I mention Vancouver’s pavisse-aggressive? You know as well as I do who set it up. And now, ages later, that I’ve checked my gmail from someone else, I know why you left that oblique comment.You know, if the Sign Up page doesn’t work, you can just say so. I’m not going to take it personally. And I can get it fixed much faster that way.

  114. The one reason why I was not drnopipg a comment on this post is that you didn’t mention ME by name (whereas you mentioned Shane). See? You don’t love me anymore*pouts, sniffles, clears his throat*Ok. FINE. Congratulations.*goes back to pouting because she didn’t mention the current overlord of the Vancouver Blogger Meetup is also one of her good friends**giggles*Operation Universe Domination Phase II Launched!!!! :)

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  123. I honor both Prssanna and Senuka with their comments.There are some wtbeiess which are destroying the reputation of Sanath intentionally.When I visited those i thought that fans have forgotten Sanath. But it is good to see some true fans here. We should give him a chance until he returns to form. He will do it in near future. So selectors, pleeeese give him a chance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (0)

  124. hai guys,it’s nice to see some youngsters have incuedld to the tour of zim.but i still thinks that selectors are not still picked the correct players 4 the path 2 world cup.i think that jeewanta kulatunga will be a great asset 4 our middle order.it’s a shame we don’t use his service to the sl cricket.so i think he must be given a chance to play sooner rather than later. (+1)

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  126. Cheers, nice to there are some gud guys here to support Sanath. Some guys are talikng like donkeys. they dont kno about Sanath. He was the No 1 batsman & he was the most successful captain in Sri lanka. Am i right??? so just think about that he was a worrier for last decade he sometimes fighted alone to protect our team from loses so now they are not talikng about that.i dnt like the captancy of Sanga(only wat i see) eventhou he handles the pressure when he is batting he cant handdle the pressure when he is in the field & he doesnt like to get others support. AS A CAPTAIN he has to get 100% from others not only performences the ideas too i havent seen much that hes talikng with others when hes arranging the feild mostly with Sanath he doesnt talk with him he can have some gud ideas with Sanath.no point of talikng with him he will retire when he want as he did with his captancy so now we have to cheer our players to the victory in this USA tournament so we’ll support our team no more arguments ok guys.. this is our team we cant change it now so come on all now we’ll blow out kiwis this tym hope Sana will come to his blastering form again with Dilshan Go SL GO . (0)

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