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Can anyone translate this for me?

13 June 2010 - 10:35 PM

So my friend got this in an email and I think its like chinese, but the person who sent it was like "you have to figure it out"

wo jue de ni hen ke ai. wo zuei xi huan kan jien ni gao xing ke shi wo bu ji dao wo zai pi ze bao de shi ho ni yao gan ma. wo bu ji dao wo ke bu ke yi yi zi hai shi ni de nu peng you..ying wei wo jue de hui tai nan le...ai ya hai shi bu yao xiang jio hao le...bu yao duei wo shen qi you.

Can anyone translate it? And tell me if it is or is not chinese?

Any SC2 Beta Players out there?

25 April 2010 - 08:31 PM

If so, maybe we could play a game or something.

Hear the One About the Guy Who Dumped His Girlfriend Live on the Point

27 February 2010 - 11:56 AM

Just before Valentine's Day, Woody and Rizzuto -- the morning show team at the Point (105.7 FM) took a call from a listener named Chris. He had been dating his girlfriend, Ashley, for five years and was going to propose on V-Day -- at least until he found out that she was allegedly cheating on him. Instead of dumping her on that day, however, he decided to do the deed live on the air.

You guys need to listen to this:

^_^ :thumbsup: Revenge is sweet.

Federer makes history!

05 July 2009 - 10:59 AM

Roger Federer made history on Sunday when he defeated brave Andy Roddick 5-7, 7-6 (8/6), 7-6 (7/5), 3-6, 16-14 to win a sixth Wimbledon title and claim a record 15th Grand Slam crown in a classic final.

In an extraordinary conclusion, the last set was the longest ever played in a men's Wimbledon final.

Federer now has six Wimbledon titles, five US Opens, three Australian Opens and a French Open trophy, and has surpassed Pete Sampras's mark of 14 majors.

He will also reclaim his world number one spot from Rafael Nadal, who beat him in a five-set final here last year, on Monday.

:notworthy: Federer is the man. He set two records, most grand slams and longest set every played. What a beast.

credits: http://sports.yahoo....-...p&type=lgns

The power of music

11 May 2009 - 11:33 PM

I found this interesting...

For years, Miller, a research cardiologist, has been studying the effects of happiness -- or things that make people happy -- on our hearts. He began his research with laughter, and found watching funny movies and laughing at them could actually open up blood vessels, allowing blood to circulate more freely.

Long-term stress can wreak havoc on the cardiovascular system. Over time, it can cause blood vessels to stiffen and become rigid, constricting blood flow. As people get older, arteriosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries, becomes a problem. Constricted vessels can cause blood pressure to rise and increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Stress can also suppress the immune system, contribute to infertility and impotence, speed the aging process and even rewire the brain, leaving people more vulnerable to anxiety and depression.

But music can counter the effects of stress. "It gives us an overall feeling of good, well-being -- a sense of euphoria in some cases," Miller said.

But be careful what you listen to. Whether you like Beyoncé or the B-52s, Chopin or Johnny Cash, Miller found that listening repeatedly to the same tune diminished the music's effects on the body. "You just don't get that boost if you listen to the same song over and over again," he said. "You need to vary your songs, so when you hear the song fresh, it brings back the sense of joy and opens up the system."

For full article go here:

So blasting your music does improve your health in some ways... -_-
So maybe the next time you are feeling stressed (seeing how finals are coming up for some students) just listen to your favorite songs and in a matter of no time you'll feel more relieved!