Today, let’s play jeopardy.
The answer is :
As Far As I Know : NO !!!!!!!!
The question to the answer is :
Does a steering-wheel look like a cell phone ?
If so, why do we see too many drivers holding their bloody cell phones and endangering people’s lives every second of the day in all parts of the world ? They get themselves involved in shallow conversations instead of being concentrated on road signs, traffic lights and other street users.
Last year a 4 wheel car nearly hit me at a zebra-crossing. The light was green. I meant to cross the street at an intersection. All of a sudden, a car turns swiftly to the left. I jumped swiftlier to the side. That saved me from many bruises and broken bones. The damned driver was talking on the phone while turning at highspeed to the left.
I hate those drivers. If I could, I’d send them all to hell.
But some other people have found smoother ways to protect us from those killers. Read this :
… alters the internet. No, no, no. Reuters means it differently. Let me put it the Reuters’ way:
by Belinda Goldsmith
October 27, 2008
The Internet is not just changing the way people live but altering the way our brains work with a neuroscientist arguing this is an evolutionary change which will put the tech-savvy at the top of the new social order.
French. The language of love.
As a matter of fact, more and more people in USA are interested in learning French nowadays. Laura K. Lawless is a wonderful French Language guide. Organize some spare time and visit her website. You will be kept busy learning lots of vocab and grammar rules without even being aware of it. Hello Laura ! As you can see, I still remember you.
Your French basics are good? You need to be cheered up and you are eager to discover five little secrets of the French language? Then, click on this link and start
I spent so much time surfing their site that my homework went undone at the end of the day. It had been a pleasure to refresh my memories by reading some explanations of colloquial expressions contained in one of my favorite languages.
French is the tricky language par excellence. Words are very often not spelled the way they sound. This can cause heavy headaches. If your headaches persist, only one thing can save your mental : take your French manual and your mattress to the doctor’s waiting room. Stay there and make yourself comfortable until you are done with your French learning. Then and only then you can get back home.
Have you noticed how many difficult French words the young participants of the Spelling Bee contest must SPELL RIGHT in order to win? So difficult French words that lots of people living in France and using their mother tongue on a daily basis are unable to spell correctly.
Some among them use the SMS language to disguise their weakness mastering the official spelling rules although they don’t text message on cell phones. Fortunately the SMS language is banned from many forums, since it is not easily read and understood by common sense.
… After Stolen Wi-Fi Camera Sends Images Home
by Darren Murph, posted Jun 6th 2008 at 9:47AM
It was inevitable, really.
We’ve seen quick-footed thieves swipe GPS units that eventually led to their arrest and a bank robber who didn’t even bother to close his clamshell while holding up the joint. Now, in the latest example of thieves caught by stolen gadgets, it looks like the nifty $100 Eye-Fi card –
What do you think Curious Me will be doing quite soon?
The New York Times
By ERIC A. TAUB
Published: May 15, 2008
LEMONADE and computer keyboards do not mix. I learned that the hard way a few weeks ago, when my stepdaughter accidentally spilled some onto her iBook laptop. Over the phone, I told her how to remove the keyboard and blot up the mess.