Me & Poopsy @ The LL COOL J Concert 6-23-12
Saturday, June 23, 2012
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Tuesday, June 12, 2012
YOU KNOW THATS RIGHT!!
Monday, June 11, 2012
Do I....Could I?... Pass For An Old Timie Movie Star....Maybe!? Lmao (;
Me Chillin In Da Ride! 6-10-12
Lol....Kitty & Hubby 6-10-12
My Personal Pin-Up Pix!
Saturday, April 28, 2012
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A must have tentative map of Microsoft's 2012 plethora of future software!
Friday, April 20, 2012
While we have made 420 to where it has almost EVERYTHING to do with smoking pot….there are so many people that are ill informed on it….so, here are few of the myths and their facts:
- Myth: Police dispatch code for smoking pot is 420.
Fact: The number 420 is not police radio code for anything, anywhere. Checks of criminal codes suggest that the origin is neither Californian nor federal. For instance, California Penal Code 420 defines as a misdemeanor the hindrance of use of public lands.
- Myth: There are approximately 420 active chemicals in marijuana.
Fact: There are approximately 315 active chemicals in marijuana. This number goes up and down depending on which plant is used.
- Myth: April 20th is National Pot Smokers Day.
Fact: Well, it is now; but that wasn't the origin.
- Myth: April 20th is Hitler's birthday.
Fact: Yes, it is his birthday. But, as 420 started out as a time, not a date, his birthday had nothing to do with it.
- Myth: April 20th is the date of the Columbine school shootings.
Fact: This happened after the term was already in use.
- Myth: 4:20 is tea time for pot-smokers in Holland.
Fact: Tea time in Holland is at 5:30 pm, or is it 2:30 pm? Seems no one is quite sure when the wonderful people of Holland drink their tea.
Now here is some truth about 420: The saying 420 came about in 1971 when a bunch of pot smoking kids needed a code that parents wouldn't figure out. They went to San Rafael High School in CA. Well the group would use the word 420 as a short for meet at the campus statue of Louis Pasteur at 4:20pm to smoke pot. They met there every day at that time however their parents had no idea when they said "420" what they were talking about. So there you go and here is a picture of the statue:
So who knew the true meaning and who believed one of the myths?
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
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Vancouver kiss couple 'were knocked down by riot police' Couple whose photo has been shared around the world may not have been in a passionate embrace, say witnesses
Monday, June 13, 2011
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However, there was no soldier stern enough to pry Paige Bennethum of Laureldale, Pa. from her father as he prepared to leave last July for a year-long deployment in Iraq.
Abby Bennethum captured her daughter's emotions in a photograph that she passed along to the Reading Eagle, the newspaper in Berks County, Pa. The image immediately captured many other people's emotions.
Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Brett Bennethum was preparing to depart from Fort Dix, N.J., for Iraq, leaving behind his pregnant wife and two little girls. His family was there to see him off. His commanding officer didn't have the heart to tell Paige she had to let go of her daddy.
"I didn't want to let go of him," she told NBC Philadelphia.
Sgt. Bennethum, 30, is scheduled to return home next July. Until then, he's transporting supplies across the Iraqi border. He serves with the 733rd Transportation Company based in Reading, Pa.
Abby Bennethum said she got pregnant right before her husband left for Iraq. "I've heard of deployment babies, but I never thought I'd be having one," she told the Reading Eagle. The couple's other daughter, Lena, is just 10 months old.
Staff Sgt. Bennethum got a four-day pass so he could spend some quality time with his family and they could make the two-hour trip to Fort Dix to see him off. Almost immediately upon arrival, his commanding officer ordered the soldiers to fall in.
"Gotta go," he told his family. But Paige walked up behind him in formation, grabbed his right hand and would not let go.
"I called her a couple of times, but she wouldn't budge," her mother said. She still wishes she was holding her father's hand.
"I just miss my dad right now," Paige told NBC.
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Saturday, June 4, 2011
My husband was playing w/our family cat like he does everynite & I just so happened to be filming my husband holding our newborn,and then this happened!! I will say that she is FINE & HEALTHY 5 years later!
Friday, May 27, 2011
MY GIRL NICKI MINAJ!! FROM HER PLATINUM ALBUM "PINK FRIDAY";DID IT ON 'EM THE VIDEO!!!!
MUAAHHH NICKI MUCH <3!!!!
Saturday, March 26, 2011
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This is GREAT!! I need not say much,but to watch it,its great and funny!! :)
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
It all began in Plaza Hotel, New York City on the 10th of November 1983. Two Microsoft founders
Paul Allen and Bill Gates officially announced their corporation’s first and next-generation graphical user interface operating system – Microsoft Windows
Despite the criticism on stability and constantly being compared to their rivals Apple Macintosh, Microsoft Windows is still the most widely used operating systems in the world. In this article, we’ll bring you back to 1985 where the very first official Microsoft Windows 1.0 was announced, and then we take a trip down memory lane to see all boot screens and desktop interface of all Windows operating system possible.
Windows 1.01 (1985)
Officially released on November 20, 1985, this 16-bit OS that cost less than 1MB in overall is Microsoft’s very first operating system that allows multi tasking with graphical user interface on PC platform that runs on MS-DOS 5.0.
Windows 1.03 (1986)
Introduced in 1986, Windows 1.03 is an upgrade to its previous predecessor Windows 1.01. Entire operating system cost about 2.2Mb hard disk space.
Windows 2.03 (1987)
Taking advantage of the speed of Intel 286/386 processor at that time, Windows 2.03 is a replacement for Windows 1.x. It also starts the era where users are able to overlap windows, customize screens, etc. Still the entire operating system cost no more than 2.5Mb.
Windows 2.86 (1989)
Windows 3.0 (1990)
This is the third major released of Microsoft Windows with a improved set of Windows icons and applications like File Manager, Program Manager that is still being used in today’s Windows. This 22 May 1990 released operating system is then replaced by Windows 3.1 two years later.
Windows 3.1 (1992)
Windows 3.1 is probably the earliest Windows most of us are familiar with. Windows 3.1 and later Windows 3.1x is an upgrade to Windows 3.0 with bug fixes and multimedia support.
Windows NT 3.1 (1993)
The first Windows New Technology (NT) introduced. It maintains consistency with the Windows 3.1, a well-established home and business operating system at the time, the new Windows NT operating system began with version 3.1. Unlike Windows 3.1, however, Windows NT 3.1 was a 32-bit operating system.
Windows 3.11 (1993)
A superset of Windows 3.1, Windows for Workgroups 3.11 added peer-to-peer workgroup and domain networking support. For the first time, Windows–based PCs were network-aware and became an integral part of the emerging client/server computing evolution – Microsoft
Windows NT 3.51 Workstation (1995)
The Windows NT Workstation 3.5 release provided the highest degree of protection yet for critical business applications and data. With support for the OpenGL graphics standard, this operating system helped power high-end applications for software development, engineering, financial analysis, scientific, and business-critical tasks – Microsoft
Windows 95 (1995)
Previously code-named Chicago, Windows 95 is a successor to all the existing Windows operating system so far. It gives full graphical user interface support, integrated a 32-bit TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) stack for built-in Internet support, dial-up networking, and new Plug and Play capabilities that made it easy for users to install hardware and software.
Windows NT 4.0 (1996)
Windows NT Workstation 4.0 included the popular Windows 95 user interface yet provided improved networking support for easier and more secure access to the Internet and corporate intranets – Microsoft.
Windows NT Server 4.0 (1996)
Windows 98 (1998)
Windows 98 was the upgrade from Windows 95. Described as an operating system that "Works Better, Plays Better," Windows 98 was the first version of Windows designed specifically for consumers – Microsoft.
Windows 2000 (2000)
More than just the upgrade to Windows NT Workstation 4.0, Windows 2000 Professional was also designed to replace Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT Workstation 4.0 on all business desktops and laptops. Built on top of the proven Windows NT Workstation 4.0 code base, Windows 2000 added major improvements in reliability, ease of use, Internet compatibility, and support for mobile computing – Microsoft.
Windows 2000 Server (2000)
Windows ME (2000)
Designed for home computer users, Windows Me offered consumers numerous music, video, and home networking enhancements and reliability improvements – Microsoft.
Windows XP (2001)
Windows XP Professional brings the solid foundation of Windows 2000 to the PC desktop, enhancing reliability, security, and performance. With a fresh visual design, Windows XP Professional includes features for business and advanced home computing, including remote desktop support, an encrypting file system, and system restore and advanced networking features – Microsoft.
Windows Server 2003 (2003)
Released on April 2003, and also known as Win2k3, this operating system is a successor to it’s predecessor Windows Server 2000 (Win2k).
Windows Vista (2006)
Came more than 5 years after it’s predecessor Windows XP, Vista is the longest timeline break for Microsoft between two operating system. Read more.
Windows 7 (2009)
Codenamed Blackcomb, Windows 7 is one of the most anticipated operating systems.