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Happy Birthday Denis! Even though we all hate growing up, I suppose we don't have a say in it (unless you're 40, in denial, and still live with your mom... not that there's anything wrong with that...). So I hope you don't mind it too much and are enjoying every minute of it! Hope everything is great over on that side of the world and you can come visit us here sometime! Happy birthday again bud. Good luck in all your doings (:
There have been rumors lately going about Kaka - a player for AC Milan and Brazil's national team, saying that he might be moving to England's Manchester City for a record breaking price. Well to get this squashed once and for all - Kaka isn't going anywhere. In fact in a television interview he told the press that he'd like to grow old in AC Milan and someday become captain, that is, if Milan want to keep him. And knowing Milan - they don't get rid of their players that want to stay (one of the many reasons why I love this team is the fact that they respect the player opinions).
The offer from Manchester City was rumored to be up to £100m and possibly weekly wages to Kaka of £500,000.
For more details read the following article: Kaka plays down City link and claims he wants to 'grow old' at Milan
So Forza Rossoneri! And Forza Kaka! (:
Well we're in 2009 now, which means it's time for all the "this and that of 2008" lists to come out showing us some of the good, bad, hilarious and absolutely saddening events that happened last year making us realize how much can happen in just a year. I ran into such a list on Wired today that I decided was too good not to post here. It's called Top 10 Scientific Breakthroughs of 2008. Usually whenever I post a list I'll give a couple examples from the list of things that stood out to me, but in this case you'll have to go through the entire thing, because I didn't see any that stood out more then the others! Amazing what science can do these days.
Wired has a nice article that lists some great movies coming out in 2009, so I figured it would be nice to share it with you guys (: I personally can't wait for Watchmen to come out! Some of the movies on the list are:
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
So here it is: 2009 Movie Guide: Where the Wild Films Are
Feel free to share with us some of the movies that you're anticipating in 2009 or even others that you loved in 2008!
Congrads to everybody!
I wish everybody lots of love, happiness and money :)
This is pretty funny. You tell Santa commands and he does them. Great time waster! He does most of the basic stuff, but every now and then you can find hilarious rare ones.
Simon Sez Santa
Some of the funny ones I found were:
Burn Rudolph (a little sick I know lol)
Feel free to add more fun ones if you find any!
A hilarious article for all you coders and even those who know any coders. It's basically what the title says... which religion would the specific programming languages be IF they indeed were umm religions (: Some of the best ones from the article that I found were:
"C# would be Mormonism - At first glance, it's the same as Java, but at a closer look you realize that it's controlled by a single corporation (which many Java followers believe to be evil), and that many theological concepts are quite different. You suspect that it'd probably be nice, if only all the followers of Java wouldn't discriminate so much against you for following it."
"Visual Basic would be Satanism - Except that you don't REALLY need to sell your soul to be a Satanist..."
If programming languages were religions...
posted by bla on Wednesday, December 17, 2008
So, I hear it's programmer's day today. So, congrats to all of you geeks, I mean wonderful professionals out there. LOL.
"Programmer's day is a 'holiday' on the 256th day of the year celebrated mostly by computer programmers (reason: 256 = 2 to the power of 8 = the number of values representable in a byte of data). Traditions include drinking, behaving silly, playing Demo Ball, coding silly programs, mini computer games, playing with old computers, etc. That, of course, includes the condition that the developer who chooses to celebrate, needs to have done decent coding on all the other days and had tried the best not to behave silly on the other days. For those programmers who are used to the 'celebrations' in their every day lives, this 'holiday' becomes unjustified! Programmer's day usually falls on September 13th; on leap years, it is September 12th."