Tuesday, November 23, 2004

girl's fake supporter

well, I hesited if I should publish this thing though, I can't help myself telling all of guys in the world!!!
I found a "Breast Forms Enhancers Triangles w/nips"... (-_-;)
well, so what it does? It seems it help (presumably) girls to shape their breast under shirts... Well, images are copyrighted, so I regret to show that off to the people, but if you are interested, probably you can find it in the internet...
As for me, faking is faking. It's like lying... In Japan, there is a proverb, "Lying is the beginning of being lobber" It means, it is also the beginning of illegal act, isn't it?!
I like people simply honest to theirselves. But if the product helps looking and by doing so it also attract males looking at them with larger breast, then it may be okay. But well, simply, I can't stand it...

To girls--- If you are feeling intimidated showing your breast or wanting to have bigger or sexy ones, then I recommend the product. But I believe that even it help you once, it doesn't help you having confidence through all of your life. Sometime you regret. Because of your genotype, you CANNOT change your body shape too much except having surgeries...

To boys--- As always, be skeptic to believe what girl says and what girls look like...

NOTE: I declare that I am not discriminating females by stating the sentence just above; it is a part of joke and the point is for having the FAKE product on their body. Thank you.

Friday, November 12, 2004

Do insects or animals see dreams?

Who can dream? Of course most of human beings dream, even they cannot remind the contents, we experience the imaginary world. Does this happen in animals? Probably if you ever had dogs, you might see many times when your dog is dreaming.

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But how about cats? How about rats or mice? Maybe yes, maybe not? According to my experience, I think rats also dream. Same as dogs, they have spatial memory so that they can eat food from same location; they have episodic memory so that they can expect when they can eat food after doing a typical task. As you may know, we can have classical conditioning. That process involves those episodic memory and also spatical memory.

Dreaming can be expressed as a way ones brain remind something they saw, memorized, even a sudden image or sound they saw, heard, etc. While we are sleeping, brain does not stop working. Even brain activity may reduce than when one's awake; however, brain cannot stop working. Because input of information to the brain still remains. One information stimulates a group of neurons, and those neurons transfer the information to others. It is theoretically possible that eventually the brain attenuates and stop processing the information; however, as long as we can hear, see, feel gravity, pain, etc; always some kind of input exist while we are sleeping.

As long as one have his/her consciousness, it is probable that one can see dream. When you see a dream, you might feel you are in the real world and once you awake, sigh with relief knowing a horrible dream was not real. Why do we feel the dreams are real? I think it's because some higher function area in our brains (possibly any of frontal lobe areas) where can judge reality is not as much active as awake when we sleep. Even rats brains are not as much Hi-Tech as ours, they have consciousness as same as humans; they feel hunger, fear, excitement, familiarity, etc. So I think it is possible that rats dream.

Someone saw a rat dreaming?

Now, how about insects? Hmmm... Good question; however, according to the logic I said above, it may be possible because they also have brains.

Extra comments:
Personally, I have seen many dream that I am conscious that it is dream and I can start controlling what happens next. Usually, in good ways, for instace, even I am in seriously terrible situation, I can survive from the tragedy.
If we stop dreaming, possibly we also stop seeing yellow flower garden when one is just going to die.

Monday, November 08, 2004

What is this?

Does anyone know this?

I was told chebu something, from Russia.

US election: system trouble? or intentional set up?

Personally, I don't doubt that current president can do anything, such as a non-ethical commands. If it is true, it is sad that we have to obey for another 4 years?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jill Greenlee []
Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 8:08 PM
Subject: On the Front Lines in Florida

Spurred by the unwillingness of the broadcast media to report votingproblems during the 2004 election race, we want to alert our friends, familyand colleagues to the widespread voter suppression and disenfranchisementthat occurred in Broward County, Florida. We staffed the emergency hotlinefor the Kerry Campaign Headquarters in Broward County from late Octoberthrough the election. All of us were devastated by the margin of Bush's winin Florida, particularly since polls predicted the race would be extremelyclose.

Many of the calls to our hotline were from voters who had pressedthe Kerry button on their electronic voting screen, only to have Bush lightup as the candidate they had chosen. In some cases, this would happenrepeatedly until about the 5th or 6th time the voter pressed Kerry andeventually his name would light up. In other cases, the voters pushed Kerrybut were later asked to confirm their Bush vote.

We had calls about a road block, put up by the police at 7am on Nov.2, which blocked road access to two precinct locations in majority blackdistricts. There was no justification for the road block no accident orcrime scene or construction.

Many of our calls dealt with voter suppression, or manipulation, ofthe Haitian population occurrences which seem too numerous, and theirtargets too indefensible, as primarily poor, first-time-voter,Creole-speaking refugees, to be anything but systemic. In one example, avoter whose hands were bandaged could not press the touch-screen himself; heasked the nonpartisan election official to press Kerry for him, but theelection official pressed Bush and sent his vote immediately into themachine. Many, many others were denied the right to vote and were not givenprovisional ballots, while others were refused assistance at the polls, eventhough provisional ballots and voter assistance are legal rights. Otherswere told they had already voted and were turned away, although they hadnever voted previously. This latter experience was a complaint not isolatedto Haitians but also included other surprised voters with no recourse excepttheir word against that of the Supervisor of Elections.

We spoke with hundreds of voters who were certain they hadregistered to vote in the past 6 months, well before the October 18deadline, but were not on the rolls. And those were just the people who hadthe information to contact us.

The local paper, citing the Supervisor of Elections office as itssource, told all people voting by absentee ballot that they could turn inballots by hand to any of its seven offices by 5pm on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Everysingle one of those offices except one was closed on Tuesday.

We had numerous calls from voters on Nov. 2 whose precincts hadclosed, yet the Supervisor of Elections office had given voters nonotification of the closure, and no notification of where to go to vote.Thousands of people were likely disenfranchised because of inexcusablemishaps such as this.

We had many calls from people who had been harassed by poll workers,who were turned away without being allowed the right to vote provisionally(another breech of voter rights). Other people were turned away because theaddress on their driver's license did not match the address on their voterregistration card; again, this is in direct violation of election law.

All of these problems do not even take into account the 58,000absentee ballots that had been "lost" by the Supervisor of Elections, inperhaps the most Democratic county in the state, disenfranchising thousandsof people who were disabled, out of the country, or elderly and unable getto the polls. These events, and many others, have been documented and alsoreported to lawyers, but we fear they will not get the attention theydeserve. This is what we witnessed in just one county. We believe thatthese voting irregularities raise serious concerns about the legitimacy ofthe results in Florida, and more broadly, about the health of democracy inthis country.

Please circulate this widely.

Libby Anker
Ryan Centner
Jill Greenlee
Rachel Van Sickle-Ward