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那就好 Jun 20, 2009

Jason Ma wrote:

没有啊, 你看我的孤哥搜索结果
ysun wrote:

中国暂停谷歌境外网页搜索业务,是否会给中国大陆的翻译带来不便?

对于邓贵大之流出没的“繁荣娼盛”场所,是否也应该清理清理?

中国暂停谷歌境外网页搜索业务 责其清理低俗内容
http://news.163.com/09/0619/17/5C6INB4S0001124J.html


那就好。邓玉娇总算是无罪释放了。希望别等再出一个或几个“邓玉娇”之后再关那些“雄风梦幻城”。


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还是以法律为准绳的好 Jun 21, 2009

ysun wrote:

[那就好。邓玉娇总算是无罪释放了。希望别等再出一个或几个“邓玉娇”之后再关那些“雄风梦幻城”。


不管判决结果如何,觉得还是以法律为准绳为好。有人在网上写了不少关于她的诗文。其中一段是将她比作《卧虎藏龙》中的玉娇龙,摘抄如下:

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巴山楚地一娇龙

夏霖律师

巴山楚地一娇龙,
神来无影疾如风;
今朝踏破巫山顶,
明日削平武当峰。



[Edited at 2009-06-21 06:27 GMT]


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ysun  Identity Verified
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为民除害? Jun 21, 2009

Jason Ma wrote:

不管判决结果如何,觉得还是以法律为准绳为好。有人在网上写了不少关于她的诗文。其中一段是将她比作《卧虎藏龙》中的玉娇龙,摘抄如下:

巴山楚地一娇龙

夏霖律师

巴山楚地一娇龙,
神来无影疾如风;
今朝踏破巫山顶,
明日削平武当峰。

这位辩护律师的蠢诗等于承认邓玉娇是故意杀人。据报道,他在两次会见邓玉娇后,面对媒体放声大哭。 我怎么觉得他是在媒体面前作秀?如此不稳重的人,哪配当律师?

邓玉娇只不过是一个弱女子。她面对威逼利诱拼死反抗,纯粹是出于朴素的自卫意识(当然,其精神可嘉)。 她只不过是在无意之中造成了防卫过当的后果,并非是有意为民除害,更谈不上故意杀人。 当时邓贵大之流是志在必得。如果邓玉娇不拼死反抗,事情结局可想而知。 巴东县公安局以“故意杀人罪”立案,说明他们不但是法盲,甚至连 common sense 都没有。 据说,后来有高层干预了此案,否则那律师再有本事恐怕也白搭。


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'Singapore, Hong Kong the world's most 'globalised' nations' Jun 23, 2009

... according to the seventh annual "Globalisation Index" released here Monday by Foreign Policy magazine. ... Jordan, Estonia and Hong Kong all ranked among the top 10 most globalised nations of the world ... Newcomer Hong Kong ranked a close second behind Singapore, the world's most globalised country. ...
'http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=39775' Development: Good or Bad, Globalisation Marches On, by Abra Pollock, Washington, Oct 23 (IPS)

[Edited at 2009-06-23 08:39 GMT]


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More on 'economic, personal, technological and political globalisation'; China 66/72 (2005) Jul 1, 2009

http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=39775 ... rising global stars China and India ranked close to the bottom at 66 and 71 out of 72, respectively. ... Although not as strong as Singapore and Hong Kong, Malaysia and Japan took the lead within Asia, ranking at 22 and 28, respectively. ... "the more urban a country, the more globalised it tends to be." ... Iran ranked as the least globalised country ...

[Edited at 2009-07-01 08:45 GMT]


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Annual Census Jul 1, 2009

Yueyin,

Get a load of this. Round Rock had the same percentage population growth as New Orleans: 8.2%, the highest among all cities in the nation. It's good I hardly ever need to get onto I35.

http://money.cnn.com/2009/07/01/news/economy/fastest_growing_cities/index.htm


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The Mid Hudson Valley Jul 1, 2009

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cP7xjxLpJj4

Yueyin,

Found this clip on YouTube. This is the area where I used to live in New York. Beautiful country, ain't it?

The exit sign that comes up at 2:44 says "Lime Kiln Road". That's where you get off I84 to get to the East Fishkill and Poughkeepsie Facilities of IBM. They're roughly 10 miles apart. My previous home was located in between the two sites.


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the Hudson River Jul 1, 2009

wherestip wrote:

Yueyin,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cP7xjxLpJj4

Found this clip on YouTube. This is the area where I used to live in New York. Beautiful country, ain't it?

The exit sign that comes up at 2:44 says "Lime Kiln Road". That's where you get off I84 to get to the East Fishkill and Poughkeepsie Facilities of IBM. They're roughly 10 miles apart. My previous home was located in between the two sites.

Steve,

Yes, it’s beautiful. I think it’s not far from the United States Military Academy at West Point. I believe your previous home is to the north of West Point.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Point

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:USMA_Aerial_View_Looking_North.jpg

I drove from NYC to West Point several times. It was fascinating to drive along the Hudson River!


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West Point Jul 2, 2009

ysun wrote:

Steve,

Yes, it’s beautiful. I think it’s not far from the United States Military Academy at West Point. I believe your previous home is to the north of West Point.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/West_Point

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:USMA_Aerial_View_Looking_North.jpg

I drove from NYC to West Point several times. It was fascinating to drive along the Hudson River!



Oh, yes. We were probably 20 miles northeast of West Point, roughly a half-hour drive away. This previous post has some links to some beautiful images of the West Point campus ...

http://www.proz.com/post/651187#651187


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I do miss Round Rock Jul 2, 2009

wherestip wrote:

Yueyin,

Get a load of this. Round Rock had the same percentage population growth as New Orleans: 8.2%, the highest among all cities in the nation. It's good I hardly ever need to get onto I35.

http://money.cnn.com/2009/07/01/news/economy/fastest_growing_cities/index.htm

Steve,

Thanks for the information. Yes, Round Rock is a nice area to live. It is also one the safest cities in the U.S. It ranked No. 19 in this year’s survey. Meanwhile, Round Rock has one of the best school districts in the Austin metropolitan area. Last year, we moved to a new home near Lake Travis and rent out our house in Round Rock. It’s rather difficult to sell out the house due to the current market situation.

Our new home is in an even more beautiful area. One of my friends says our neighborhood seems to be in a city of a Mediterranean country, e.g., Sarajevo. It reminds me of an old movie I saw in 1970s - 瓦尔特保卫萨拉热窝.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Travis

Sarajevo (萨拉热窝):
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/85/Sarajevopurple.jpg

This is the entrance gate of our community:



This is a swimming pool and a tennis court (left) of our community:




[Edited at 2009-07-02 13:30 GMT]


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Congratulations Jul 2, 2009

ysun wrote:

Steve,

Thanks for the information. Yes, Round Rock is a nice area to live. It is also one the safest cities in the U.S. It ranked No. 19 in this year’s survey. Meanwhile, Round Rock has one of the best school district in the Austin metropolitan area. Last year, we moved to a new home near Lake Travis and rent out our house in Round Rock. It’s rather difficult to sell out the house due to the current market situation.

Our new home is in a even more beautiful area. One of my friends says our neighborhood seems to be in a city of a Mediterranean country, e.g., Sarajevo. It reminds of an old movie I saw in 1970s - 瓦尔特保卫萨拉热窝.



Yueyin,

Congratulations on your new home. That area is a wonderful place to live. You must be close to Lakeway if not right inside it. The real estate in that area is gorgeous, not to mention very exclusive.

I looked at Lakeway when I first moved to Austin. But it was too long a commute to work. At the time I also didn't want to break the bank.


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the bank Jul 2, 2009

Steve,

Thank you! Our new home is just in the east of #620 and less than 5 miles to Lakeway. This area is also growing very fast. When I go back to Austin, please come to visit.
wherestip wrote:

At the time I also didn't want to break the bank.

I hope I don’t need to robber a bank!


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Lake Travis Jul 2, 2009

Thanks, Yueyin.

You got some spectacular homes around Lake Travis. Austin's beautiful Hill Country is one of the reasons this area is such an attraction.

http://www.nathanbedard.com/lake-travis-homes.asp?page=0


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West Point Jul 2, 2009

Yueyin,

Just looked at a map online. You were right, The town where I lived was due north of West Point, only about 12 miles away. West Point is on the west shore of the Hudson River, while Wappingers Falls is on the east side. Thus I had the impression my town was in a northeasterly direction. The Hudson River actually bends around at that section, so it is indeed due north.


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山不在高,水不在深 Jul 4, 2009

wherestip wrote:

Thanks, Yueyin.

You got some spectacular homes around Lake Travis. Austin's beautiful Hill Country is one of the reasons this area is such an attraction.

http://www.nathanbedard.com/lake-travis-homes.asp?page=0

Steve,

湖边那些豪宅我是不奢望了。不过,我们家是在山上,所以风景也很好,而且空气极为新鲜。此时突然想起李肇星部长引用《陋室铭》中的一句话,山不在高,…

Happy holiday!




[Edited at 2009-07-04 22:56 GMT]


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