June 30, 2010

to read Love and friendship in Plato and Aristotle

For the first time an idea common to Plato and Aristotle, which unites their treatments-- otherwise very different--of love and friendship. The idea is that although persons are separate, their lives need not be. One person's life may overflow into another's, and as such, helping another person is a way of serving oneself. The author shows how their view of love and friendship, within not only personal relationships, but also the household and even the city-state, promises to resolve the old dichotomy between egoism and altruism.

June 29, 2010

Looking to Find a Christian Wife

Ever wonder how many single guys out there are actually looking to find a Christian wife? I would think many Christian single women in the market for a husband would be interested in knowing the number of Christian men hoping to find a Christian wife.

Well we are too, and that’s one reason why our up and coming singles survey will try to quantify the different number of Christian single men looking to find a Christian wife, those looking to simply find a date and those not seeking a mate or date at all.

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June 25, 2010

what is a noob

A noob is a person who really sucks at a game but refuses to learn/listen to people who are skilled. Many of them may have been playing the game for a while, but still suck at it. They usually have no hope.

This word is an insult in general so people often wrongly use it and just call somebody that they do not like a noob, regardless of skill.

Newb comes from "newbie." Somebody new to a game and they will generally suck at it. However, the reason that they suck is because of their unfamiliarity to the game. They have the potential to become good. This is not a derogatory term.

The word noob should NOT be used with the word "newb" or "newbie." These words have completely different definitions and meanings to them, which will be explained next.

A newb is someone that is new to what they are doing. This can range from having a new job, making burgers at McDonalds, to playing Call of Duty 4 for the first time.

A noob is always mistaken in many different ways of forms by several people. Below is a list compiled of several different actions a noob would do, so people will not mistake someone for a noob again. These are just a few examples of what a noob would do, but not all of them.

June 23, 2010

7 Things on Interpals that DRIVE ME CRAZY

- Deleting my comment without telling me why ( what's up ! ) and using google to resay it !
- Changing my age or sex to send a messge to someone who have crazy restriction then been blocked at that age for month.
- Asking what's up and having this wonderfull open questions deleted.
- Reading loooooooooooong description and responding accondingly.
- Not knowing what is profile stalkers.
- Sending 5 messages and receaving a response 1 year later.
- Resquesting a friendship without any talk and not beeing accepted.
- Asking msn or skype instead of xmpp.

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1. Interpals Pen Pals is one of the largest and most popular pen pal websites in the world. The website was created in 1998 as the International Penpal Page. The page was so popular that it was redesigned and recreated in 1999 as Interpals. One of the primary goals of Interpals is to help people find pen pals and friends from all over the world. The site is free to join. The sponsors and advertisers pay for the site.
Register an Account
2. Users are able to find pen pals from all over the world. To use the site, you first need to register for a free account. To do this, go to Interpals (see Resources below), click the "Register" link, and enter your name and a valid email address. You must be at least 13 to register. A confirmation will be sent to your email address. You will need to click on the link in the email in order to confirm your account. You will also need to agree to the site's terms of service.
Create a Profile
3. Once your account is confirmed, you should create a profile. Your profile can contain as much or as little information as you feel comfortable sharing. A basic profile will contain your name, age, region and primary language. You have the option of posting a picture on your profile. You should write a short "About Me" section, telling potential pen pals a little about you and what you are looking for in a pen pal. You can indicate whether you are looking for email or snail mail pen pals, friendship, romance, a relationship, or someone to help you with a foreign language. In your profile, there are also sections where you can indicate your hobbies, and a variety of favorites such as books, music, movies and quotes. You can set your profile to be public, available to friends or for your eyes only.
Search for Pen Pals
4. Once you have registered and created your profile, you can search for pen pals. There are several ways you can search for pen pals. Search by any combination of age, sex, interests, region, language, what they are looking for and whether or not they have a profile picture or if they are online or not. You can also search by name or email address. If you want to take a chance, you can do a random search without entering any criteria.
Connecting with Pen Pals
5. Everyone who registers for the site has access to a message box, which is an online mailbox through the site. If you find a pen pal you would like to connect with, you can send them a message. Likewise, if someone wants to contact you, they can send you a message through your message box. Everyone also gets a "wall", in which public messages can be left for friends and pen pals.
Other Features
6. Additional features of the site include a forum where you can interact with other members of the site as well as get technical support. There is also a chat room area and a photo album that is part of your profile, where you can upload more than one profile photo.
Tips & Warnings
7. Be aware of scams. Don't respond to anyone who makes you uncomfortable. Report anyone who posts inappropriate material to the site administrators. If the site is used properly, you can find long-lasting friendships and interesting pen pals.

June 22, 2010


Macedonia is bordered by Kosovo[a] to the northwest, Serbia to the north, Bulgaria to the east, Greece to the south and Albania to the west.[5] The country's capital is Skopje, with 506,926 inhabitants according to a 2004 census.

he country officially celebrates 8 September 1991 as Independence day (Macedonian: Ден на независноста, Den na nezavisnosta), with regard to the referendum endorsing independence from Yugoslavia, albeit legalising participation in future union of the former states of Yugoslavia. The anniversary of the start of the Ilinden Uprising (St. Elijah's Day) on 2 August is also widely celebrated on an official level as the Day of the Republic.

Macedonia is has a total area of 25,713 km2 (9,928 sq mi). It has some 748 km (465 mi) of boundaries, shared with Serbia (62 km or 39 mi) to the North, Kosovo (159 km or 99 mi) to the northwest, Bulgaria (148 km or 92 mi) to the east, Greece (228 km or 142 mi) to the south, and Albania (151 km or 94 mi) to the west. It is a transit way for shipment of goods from Greece, through the Balkans, towards Eastern, Western and Central Europe and through Bulgaria to the East. It is part of a larger region also known as Macedonia, which also includes a region of northern Greece known by the same name; and the Blagoevgrad province in southwestern Bulgaria.

Macedonia mountain
Macedonia also has scenic mountains. They belong to two different mountain ranges: the first is the Šar Mountains[36][37] that continues to the West Vardar/Pelagonia group of mountains (Baba Mountain, Nidže, Kozuf and Jakupica), also known as the Dinaric range.

Maccedonia is the 100th country of this blog.

June 21, 2010

10 Things on Interpals that DRIVE ME CRAZY

- being hit on for cyber sex. There's many other websites for you out there.haha

- fake profiles. I've yet to understand why people do this.

- profiles with NO PICTURE of the PERSON or they have a picture of something random such as cat, celebrity, landscape pic. It's hard to get to know someone by looking at a pic of your cat.

- profile pics that are TOO SMALL.! Make your pictures LARGER so we can see you. :)

- messages that start off with " What's up? "

- notreading my profile BEFORE messaging. Get to know about me FIRST. It's easier to start up a nice conversation. You can still be surprised, not everything about me is in my profile. :)

- being asked for my msn or Skype address in the first message when we haven't even gotten to know each other.

- profile stalkers.

- people that message you five times before you've even had the chance to answer back their FIRST message asking you WHY you haven't answered their first message? LOL

- sending a friend request and we haven't even talked.

10 Things on Interpals that DRIVE ME CRAZY

June 17, 2010

Guatemala Land of the trees

Guatemala may mean "land of the trees" in the Maya-Toltec language.

After arriving in what was named the New World, the Spanish mounted several expeditions to Guatemala, beginning in 1519. Before long, Spanish contact resulted in an epidemic that devastated native populations.

Guatemala is mountainous, except for the south coastal area and the vast northern lowlands of Petén department. Two mountain chains enter Guatemala from west to east, dividing the country into three major regions: the highlands, where the mountains are located; the Pacific coast, south of the mountains; and the Petén region, north of the mountains. All major cities are located in the highlands and Pacific coast regions; by comparison, Petén is sparsely populated. These three regions vary in climate, elevation, and landscape, providing dramatic contrasts between hot and humid tropical lowlands and colder and drier highland peaks. Volcán Tajumulco, at 4,220 meters, is the highest point in the Central American states.

On Thursday May 27th 2010 (05-27-2010) the Pacaya volcano started erupting lava and rocks on Thursday afternoon, blanketing Guatemala City with ash (It was raining sand when it actually was ashes) and forcing the closure of the international airport. President Alvaro Colom declared a "state of calamity." The Pacaya volcano left about 8 Centimeters of ash through all of Guatemala City. Cleaning works are in progress.

Guatemala is the 99th country visiting this blog

June 11, 2010

Near You - Pay Ti Oo Moe Hay Ko

Near You - Pay Ti Oo Moe Hay Ko Burmese song. Song from Myanmar

Orianthi - Shut Up and Kiss Me

Orianthi - Shut Up and Kiss Me

Albania Population 3,200,000

Albania has a total area of 28,748 square kilometers. Its coastline is 362 kilometers long and extends along the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. The lowlands of the west face the Adriatic Sea. The 70% of the country that is mountainous is rugged and often inaccessible from the outside. The highest mountain is Korab situated in the district of Dibër, reaching up to 2,753 metres. The climate on the coast is typically Mediterranean with mild, wet winters and warm, sunny, and rather dry summers.

Albania is a parliamentary democracy and a transition economy. The Albanian capital, Tirana, is home to approximately 607,467 of the country's 3.1 million people, and it is also the financial capital of the country.[5] Free-market reforms have opened the country to foreign investment, especially in the development of energy and transportation infrastructure?

Population 3,195,000

Albania is the Medieval Latin name of the country which is called Shqipëri by its inhabitants. In Medieval Greek, the country's name is Albania (Greek: Αλβανία) besides variants AlbanitiaArbaniti.

Albania became an ally of the Soviet Union, but this came to an end in 1960 over the advent of de-Stalinization. A strong political alliance with China followed, leading to several billion dollars in aid, which was curtailed after 1974. China cut off aid in 1978 when Albania attacked its policies after the death of the Chinese ruler Mao Zedong. Large-scale purges of officials occurred during the 1970s.

With its coastline facing the Adriatic and Ionian seas, its highlands backed upon the elevated Balkan landmass, and the entire country lying at a latitude subject to a variety of weather patterns during the winter and summer seasons, Albania has a high number of climatic regions for so small an area. The coastal lowlands have typically Mediterranean weather; the highlands have a Mediterranean continental climate. In both the lowlands and the interior, the weather varies markedly from north to south.

Although a small country, Albania is distinguished for its rich biological diversity. The variation of geomorphology, climate and terrain create favorable conditions for a number of endemic and sub-endemic species with 27 endemic and 160 subendemic vascular plants present in the country. The total number of plants is over 3250 species, approximately 30% of the entire flora species found in Europe.

Albania is the 98th country visiting this blog

June 4, 2010


The name Lebanon comes from the Semitic root lbn, meaning "white", likely a reference to the snow-capped Mount Lebanon.

Lebanon was the homeland of the Phoenicians, a seafaring people that spread across the Mediterranean before the rise of Cyrus the Great.[20] After two centuries of Persian rule, Macedonian ruler Alexander the Great attacked and burned Tyre, the most prominent Phoenician city. Throughout the subsequent centuries leading up to recent times, the country became part of numerous succeeding empires, among them Persian, Assyrian, Hellenistic, Roman, Eastern Roman, Arab, Seljuk, Mamluk, Crusader, and the Ottoman Empire.

Lebanon is located in Western Asia. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the west along a 225-kilometre (140 mi) coastline, by Syria to the east and north, and by Israel to the south. The Lebanon-Syria border stretches for 375 kilometres (233 mi) and the Lebanon-Israel border for 79 kilometres (49 mi). The border with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights in Syria is disputed by Lebanon in a small area called Shebaa Farms, but the border has been demarcated by the United Nations.

Lebanon has a moderate Mediterranean climate. In coastal areas, winters are generally cool and rainy whilst summers are hot and humid. In more elevated areas, temperatures usually drop below freezing during the winter with frequent, sometimes heavy snow; summers are warm and dry.[57] Although most of Lebanon receives a relatively large amount of rainfall annually (compared to its arid surroundings), certain areas in north-eastern Lebanon receive little because of the high peaks of the western mountain front blocking much of the rain clouds that originate over the Mediterranean Sea.

Lebanon is the 97th country visiting this country