Archive for March, 2011

Thursday night party music


Because it doesn’t qualify for Friday night party music.

JFTR but, that JY Park started Rain in his career. Aussies mightn’t have head of him, but Rain is an Asian superstar (not my taste of music though).

Damn, I missed it!


The prayer to the water around Fukushima was scheduled for midday, today.

To All People Around the World

Please send your prayers of love and gratitude to water at the nuclear plants in Fukushima, Japan!

By the massive earthquakes of Magnitude 9 and surreal massive tsunamis, more than 10,000 people are still missing…even now… It has been 16 days already since the disaster happened. What makes it worse is that water at the reactors of Fukushima Nuclear Plants started to leak, and it’s contaminating the ocean, air and water molecule of surrounding areas.   Human wisdom has not been able to do much to solve the problem, but we are only trying to cool down the anger of radioactive materials in the reactors by discharging water to them. Is there really nothing else to do? I think there is. During over twenty year research of hado measuring and water crystal photographic technology, I have been witnessing that water can turn positive when it receives pure vibration of human prayer no matter how far away it is.Energy formula of Albert Einstein, E=MC2 really means that Energy = number of people and the square of people’s consciousness.

Now is the time to understand the true meaning. Let us all join the prayer ceremony as fellow citizens of the planet earth.   I would like to ask all people, not just in Japan, but all around the world to please help us to find a way out the crisis of this planet!!

The prayer procedure is as follows.

Name of ceremony:

“Let’s send our thoughts of love and gratitude to all water in the nuclear plants in Fukushima”

Day and Time:

March 31st, 2011 (Thursday)
12:00 noon in each time zone

Please say the following phrase:
“The water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant, we are sorry to make you suffer.  Please forgive us.  We thank you, and we love you.”  Please say it aloud or in your mind. Repeat it three times as you put your hands together in a prayer position. Please offer your sincere prayer.

Thank you very much from my heart.
With love and gratitude,
Masaru Emoto  Messenger of Water
AHO, Grandmother Whitedeer

It’s easier to see why now taxing humanity’s contribution of a trace gas C02 – our contribution at best making up 0.01% (but more likely 0.001%) of the atmosphere – seems so plausible to many.

If further proof of just where so many “educated” people are at, look no further than some of the comments here.

No, Emoto is not another Alene Composta. He’s real and his followers most likely vote.

Tsk tsk, Samsung


They’ve allegedly been busted secretly installing keylogger software in their laptops. According to the following report, first they denied it, then tried to fob the problem off (but couldn’t), then they belatedly admitted it, and now they’re investigating it.

While setting up a new Samsung computer laptop with model number R525 in early February 2011, I came across an issue that mirrored what Sony BMG did six years ago.  After the initial set up of the laptop, I installed licensed commercial security software and then ran a full system scan before installing any other software. The scan found two instances of a commercial keylogger called StarLogger installed on the brand new laptop. Files associated with the keylogger were found in a c:\windows\SL directory.

According to a Starlogger description, StarLogger records every keystroke made on your computer on every window, even on password protected boxes.

This key logger is completely undetectable and starts up whenever your computer starts up. See everything being typed: emails, messages, documents, web pages, usernames, passwords, and more. StarLogger can email its results at specified intervals to any email address undetected so you don’t even have to be at the computer your[sic] are monitoring to get the information. The screen capture images can also be attached automatically to the emails as well as automatically deleted.

Part 2.

H/T JM

UPDATE

Samsung Australia denies.

A statement:

The statements that Samsung installs keylogger on R525 and R540 laptop computers are false.

 

Our findings indicate that the person mentioned in the article used a security program called VIPRE that mistook a folder created by Microsoft’s Live Application for a key logging software, during a virus scan.


The confusion arose because VIPRE mistook Microsoft’s Live Application multi-language support folder, “SL” folder, as StarLogger.

 

(Depending on the language, under C:\windows folders “SL” for Slovene, “KO” for Korean, “EN” for English are created.)

 

Samsung will continue to respect customer needs by providing the highest quality products and services.

Dusty day


Yep, it’s spring again! And that means China’s yellow dust is back, blowing its way to Korea and even as far as the western USA. This morning’s was the worst I can recall. The mountain you see in the pic below couldn’t be farther than a kilometre away and yet it was barely visible (usually, you can see it quite clearly).

That's nothing compared to what they cop in Beijing.

*cough* And people are worried about CO2 “pollution”.*cough*

I’ll update after work to see how much the car was covered today.

UPDATE

Car was clean this morning…

Alan Jones vs the carbon (dioxide!) tax


It’s a must listen.

Chillax, California


Big earthquakes are not linked. Just because a big one happens in Japan, doesn’t mean one will happen on the other side of the world.

“If California is ready to go, it’s because California is ready to go,” says Jian Lin, a geophysicist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Massachusetts. “Not because an earthquake in California would be triggered by Japan.”

Thirty years of study backs that one up.

And remember, Hollywood isn’t going to suffer a zombie apocalypse, either.

Thanks, JM!

 

Buy Israeli Goods Day


Buy Israeli Goods Day is today, March 30. It’s a counter-strike to today’s international Leftist boycott of the Middle East’s only long-lasting, stable democracy.

Go here to find out what you can do and/or where you can buy.

Or simply, why not just order some pizza!

H/T Paco (thanks!)

PS

In return…

UPDATE

Sepharic Secret, who’s promoting this, is perhaps surprised Korean kids learn the Talmud. Not just in Korean, but in English too, mate.

Does Europe hate oil and love cars? Or is that the other way round?


They want to ban cars, yet they want to punish Libya?

And why’s Obama concerned?

 

Related.

More No Carbon Tax Rally photos


With a huge thanks to Magsx2 for sending these on; this tax – on carbon dioxide, not carbon – is still to be introduced, and there’s no use going quiet just because of some shrill MSM media.

And remember, folks, there’s an additional rally planned for Sydney, Hyde Park, 10:30 am on this Saturday, April 2nd.

UPDATE

Via Tim Andrews at Menzies House:

And this on a day where Carbon Tax Chief Salesman, palaeontologist Tim Flannery, admitted on radio [link here - bingbing] that, even if the entire world shut down all its carbon emmissions tomorrow, it would take a thousand years for the effects to be felt.

Caution: Extremists! warning. Violent fossils await!

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Obama’s war: InstaWar!


It’s a bit of a head-scratcher, really. Not that Ghaddafi (or however you want to spell it) is a saint, but it seems odd to be siding with his opponents when they have admitted links to al Qaeda.

Weren’t we supposed to be fighting against terrorism?

The oil was flowing out of Libya just fine (as it was in Iraq), so it can’t be about that.

So just what is it about? Obama needed a war of his own?

Slate reckons he’s contradicting himself – a plausible conclusion since Obama’s schtick has been all about the US looking after number one and not interfering so much.

And then there’s the running joke out there: “I authorized this war that is not a war, which is narrowly focused but broad in scope, so we could lead. As helpers.”

No, that’s not an actual quote from Obama’s speech, but if you read it through, that’s what it basically boils down to.

Or seems to boil down to (just what does it boil down to?). A handy wordcloud notes Obama went heavy on the “people” line.

But what people? The Libyans who can’t afford to eat? Al Qaeda’s recruits whom the “people” he’s supporting have links to?

Obama (real quote): “This voice is just one of many in a region where a new generation is refusing to be denied their rights and opportunities any longer.”

OK, mate. But you’re not sounding all that convincing right now.

Anyway, good luck with it… if you can figure out what it is you’re actually doing.

H/T Insty and spot.

PS Where’s Michael Ware?

UPDATE

Rush reckons it is about oil – Europe’s this time (like Europe needs Libya’s oil if the proverbial were ever to hit the fan).

*groan*

Are Righties now gonna protest “No War for Oil”?

I read a lot of media, and I didn’t hear squat about any oil flow problem out of Libya before this new war started.

Let’s face it. This war – well at least the need for multilateral international involvement in it – has essentially come out of nowhere. Is this InstaWar?

More from spot @ Tizona.

UPDATE II

Instalanche!

Weekend wrap up


Gotta go to Seoul tomorrow. Embassy stuff re the wedding. Would have stayed at a mate’s place tonight but – DUH – forgot my passport.

Said mate has the Australia channel (I don’t even though my cable has heaps more channels!).

Anyway, Seb is in a class of his own… hard luck Mark. Well done Petrov!

Despite the Japanese nuke plant surviving not just a massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake AND a 10m tsunami, the organised Left has come out in protest and Italy has put a hold on nuke power for a year.

Like, what the??? Are these people sane???

Meanwhile, speaking of sanity, Bush fought al Qaeda, Obama helps al Qaeda.

Should be a fun week! :)

PS

And oh, that election thingy…

UPDATE (Monday)

KTX tickets: around $200 all told
Embassy fee: about $40
Time at embassy: about 5 minutes
Being on a train going up to 305km/h: priceless!!!

BTW, we went to Gyeongbokgung (Gyeongbok Palace), too. Really nice. I’ll post some piccies later.

Potty Opera


Aparently, the dude’s famous. Maybe I’ve just a dirty mind. Maybe it’s just Korea. Maybe it’s being downtown, at a mate’s bar…

Either way.

Related [link fixed - damn typos].

Friday night party music


It’s that time again, folks. And what a week it’s been!

UPDATE

UPDATE II

Trump vs Obama: just show the birth certificate


And even the View’s audience gave him an applause.

Faily or unfairly, it is still an issue, so why not just show the original and put all this to rest?

H/T Insty.

UPDATE

Treacher’s take (essentially Hillary would have dug it up if there was anything to it, and don’t lump birthers in the same category as truthers).

The female Justin Bieber?


Could it be Rebecca Black?

Saw this whilst trolling through Failbook. Could posting this be binger’s revenge on teh Intertubes for Tim not linking Wednesday?*

Perhaps.

Could it be I’m just evil?

Perhaps.

Regardless, without further ado, Rebecca Black.

And via a mate on Facebook, Death Metal Friday.

*turns out it was that damn poster

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