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2012-12-07 by Auth, jeong{at}joseilbo.com
tergantung niat sih, kalo niatnya cuma mau meabgnadikan opini, mau di komentari atau tidak gak masalah, mau ada yg baca atau tidak juga no problemo. :)cuma kalo ada komentar berarti ada interaksi dari pembaca, nilai lebihnya (mungkin dan mudah2an) si bloger akan semakin terpacu untuk menulis lebih baik lagi.:)
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2012-12-07 by Katty, zabawa{at}pepeland.pl
Posts like this birghten up my day. Thanks for taking the time.
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2012-12-07 by Rayshelon, yui_starman{at}hotmail.com
Just the type of ignisht we need to fire up the debate.
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2012-12-07 by Krish, r.szlaga{at}cefido.pl
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2012-12-06 by Mohamed, m.tounugrous{at}hotmail.ru
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2012-12-05 by Gopal, katedra.unesco{at}uj.edu.pl
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2012-12-05 by Toshiya, snaughton{at}woh.rr.com
Iya pak,Dengan topik tertentu menmag bisa membuat kita tertekan, tapi untuk blog bisnis sangat perlu.Kalau untuk blog biasa mending tanpa topik dan bebas saja, biar semua ide bisa tercurahkan.
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2012-12-05 by Penny, mailtmlaurier{at}lino.com
Thanks for the tips shared using your blog. One more thing I would like to talk about is that fat riducteon is not about going on a dietary fads and trying to shed as much weight that you can in a few days. The most effective way to lose weight is by taking it gradually and right after some basic ideas which can make it easier to make the most from your attempt to shed weight. You may learn and already be following a few of these tips, although reinforcing awareness never does any damage.
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2012-12-05 by Prihartini, judycohen{at}eircom.net
I do agree with all of the concepts you have prseneted in your post. They're really convincing and can definitely work. Nonetheless, the posts are very brief for beginners. May just you please extend them a little from next time? Thanks for the post.
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2012-11-21 by Vipul, s.tenus{at}nic.dk
saya besar di jawa mas,. walaupun kalo THB yang mtuaan lokal mesti iku her terus, tapi seingat saya kan ada kebiasaan memang untuk bermain kata-kata seperti itu (saya lupa istilahnya). contoh lan itu GURU = di gugu lan di tiru (bisa dipercaya dan dijadikan tauladan)
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2012-10-01 by Julietta, rhicks{at}norwaymi.com
iya mas back to nature @Depalpiss: teirma kasih atas pujiannya (saya anggap pujian) mas, salam sukses juga.@JulianusGunting: teirmakasih @Dink: Semakin sering dan semakin banyak kita bersilaturahmi akan menambah banyak teman dan rejeki @yahoo vs google: teirma kasih atas masukannya soal kaskus masukan yang sangat berguna untuk saya, besok saya coba
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2012-09-29 by Surendra, mpokcvhe{at}mqtvklcd.com
I have a new fish tank everything in it is new.The water has been ttseed.It has calcium and is hard water.The ph is great and there is no ammonia in it.With in a day and a half the water began to get cloudy and had a bad urinary smell to it.Can it be the new rocks and new ornaments giving off the smell and clouding affect?I have one other older tank with the same water and conditioner in it and it has none of this.Can this harm my fish,and will this fade through time?
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2012-09-28 by Marma, kate{at}isasurf.org
tergantung niat sih, kalo niatnya cuma mau maaaebgdiknn opini, mau di komentari atau tidak gak masalah, mau ada yg baca atau tidak juga no problemo. :)cuma kalo ada komentar berarti ada interaksi dari pembaca, nilai lebihnya (mungkin dan mudah2an) si bloger akan semakin terpacu untuk menulis lebih baik lagi.:)
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2012-09-26 by Michie, candshat204534{at}gmail.com
Loh kok bisa hilang? apa ga diavse databasenya????Oya mengenai ngeblog, aku sih jarang dpt komen. Wis yg penting nulis dan nulis aja. Aku sendiri juga jarang ninggalin komen waktu baca. Jadi ga ada komen blm tentu ga dibaca loh.. he3 tetap semangat berbagi!
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2012-09-26 by Patty, lonart{at}sohu.com
This is getting a bit more suitcejbve, but I much prefer the Zune Marketplace. The interface is colorful, has more flair, and some cool features like Mixview' that let you quickly see related albums, songs, or other users related to what you're listening to. Clicking on one of those will center on that item, and another set of neighbors will come into view, allowing you to navigate around exploring by similar artists, songs, or users. Speaking of users, the Zune Social is also great fun, letting you find others with shared tastes and becoming friends with them. You then can listen to a playlist created based on an amalgamation of what all your friends are listening to, which is also enjoyable. Those concerned with privacy will be relieved to know you can prevent the public from seeing your personal listening habits if you so choose.
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2012-09-26 by Patty, lonart{at}sohu.com
This is getting a bit more suitcejbve, but I much prefer the Zune Marketplace. The interface is colorful, has more flair, and some cool features like Mixview' that let you quickly see related albums, songs, or other users related to what you're listening to. Clicking on one of those will center on that item, and another set of neighbors will come into view, allowing you to navigate around exploring by similar artists, songs, or users. Speaking of users, the Zune Social is also great fun, letting you find others with shared tastes and becoming friends with them. You then can listen to a playlist created based on an amalgamation of what all your friends are listening to, which is also enjoyable. Those concerned with privacy will be relieved to know you can prevent the public from seeing your personal listening habits if you so choose.
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2012-09-26 by Patty, lonart{at}sohu.com
This is getting a bit more suitcejbve, but I much prefer the Zune Marketplace. The interface is colorful, has more flair, and some cool features like Mixview' that let you quickly see related albums, songs, or other users related to what you're listening to. Clicking on one of those will center on that item, and another set of neighbors will come into view, allowing you to navigate around exploring by similar artists, songs, or users. Speaking of users, the Zune Social is also great fun, letting you find others with shared tastes and becoming friends with them. You then can listen to a playlist created based on an amalgamation of what all your friends are listening to, which is also enjoyable. Those concerned with privacy will be relieved to know you can prevent the public from seeing your personal listening habits if you so choose.
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2012-09-26 by Sakvan, swimmingstages{at}yahoo.com
I agree with the response about cminog from a different environment it is hard to cope with. Im originally from California and just moved here 2 weeks ago. When I first moved here it was CRAZY. People drive crazy, walk fast and always on a mission, food is expensive and the little things you need (like hangers) are a mission to find, you hear noises throughout the night, and pretty much walk everywhere you need to go. But its also a beautiful city. So much to do, you would rather be anywhere then at home watching TV. And its fascinating because everyplace delivers practically and you are always seeing new places and things you didn't even know existed. I'm still getting used to it, but overall love it and hope to stay here. You do have to adjust to the lifestyle, but once you do it's worth it. Guess that's why people work such long hours and so much because they love the city they live in. I think the people here *may* be lacking on a little bit of sleep (or maybe that's just me since ive moved lol) but if anything they seem more healthy because of all the activity they do on a daily basis. I do think that this city isn't for everyone. If you don't love people (or at least craziness) or the city life, you would probably never adjust and dislike it. But its crazy, it's like each day is a new adventure.
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2012-09-26 by Vasu, ian.sattler{at}dccomics.com
science has anything to do with this.Our caeladnr traditions come from the Greek and the Romans (with influence from the Egyptians).However, far before that, the biggest celebrations of northern latitude people was the winter solstice, or more precisely, when it could be observed that the sun had started back on its northerly trek after the longest night (a few days after the solstice).This was the purpose of many of the henges (including Stonehenge) in what is today UK, at least 4000 to 5000 years ago.With such instruments, you could not tell the exact declination of the Sun, but you could tell when the azimut of sunset had started its northerly movement, by noting when the azimut changed by the sun's apparent diameter (half a degree). This was 4 or 5 days after solstice (around December 25 yet, I believe that the coincidence is not a coincidence).In may civilizations, the year began with this observations. The Mayan caeladnr (now made famous by doomsayers and hoaxers) uses the winter solstice as the start of the year.In Rome, the civil caeladnr began the year in March (that is why September litterally means 7th month) because that is when the War season began. Before that, the roads and field were too muddy to wage efficient wars.However, the Roman religious caeladnr began in January (Janus, the two-faced god, could see the past and the future he was also the god of doors, being able to see both sides at once). Rome had all kinds of celebrations around that time of year: the return of the armies (bringing Peace on Earth after a fashion), the war trophies being given by the soldiers (gift giving), the orgies, the eating of too much food and of exotic foods (brought back by the armies) and, of course, the solstice, with its practice of lighting candles and bonfires to chase away the long night (Christmas lights).When the Christian Church took over (4th century) they tried to ban such celebrations. When they could not, they tried replacing them with Christmas (even though they already knew that Jesus was not born in December or January) and Circumcision enough to make a grown Roman cringe.The New Year (civil and religious) was moved to December 25 (actually, to sunset at the end of December 24).Still, people partied on and had fun (how could they! Fun was a sin! the World was about to end). So the new year was moved around, until it ended up at Easter.Easter is a movable feast. So those who wanted a fixed date tried to move it to April 1 and that worked for a while, but with some popes switching it back to Easter and others returning to April 1 (and other dates were tried). This continued for a long time until a king of France changed it to January 1 (to make accounting easier and, more importantly, to place it in the middle of winter, when nothing important was going on). The practice quickly spread to the entire Christian world, as this king had the support of the pope (maybe it was the other way around ). Considering the knowledge and tools of the era, a henge was a scientific tool used to determine (as close as was possible then) the date that the sun started moving north. Therefore, it was a scientific way to determine the start of the year.Moving it to other dates for religious reasons was a move against the scientific evidence The French Revolutionary caeladnr had the year begin at Autumn equinox. It was completely built by scientific thought: all months had 30 days, all weeks had 10 days called first day, second day, third day I'll let you guess for the rest and there were 5 free days of national holidays at the end of the year (therefore at the end of summer) when you could really enjoy 5 days off. On leap years another bonus day was added.That was the most scientific caeladnr devised so far and it did not catch on.
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2012-08-21 by Jennylyn, elstat{at}elstat.pl
aku kan udah beres ni bikin database koremtannya . !! terus cara simpan supaya ada di bawah postingan yang saya bikin itu gimana ? dan aku ingin setiap aku bikin postingan . di bawahnya itu udah otomatis ada form commentnya thanxs .
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2012-08-19 by Ernesto, noreply{at}blogger.com
I dont know who you think you are, but youre just blowing smoke out your ears. Nothing youre sanyig makes sense and its all a bunch of immature ranting. If you want people to get behind your blog, you should at the very least learn a little something about what youre talking about!
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