Tan Military Video Clip on Xuan Tan Scripture -- The Military Deity of Wealth (趙玄壇真經)
An Egyptian protester takes a picture with his mobile of his children on top of an Egyptian army tan (Knoxville News Sentinel)
An Egyptian protester takes a picture with his mobile of his children on top
of an Egyptian army tank outside the presidential palace, background, in
Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012. Egypt's military warned Saturday of
'disastrous consequences' if the crisis that sent tens of thousands of
protesters back into the streets is not resolved, signaling the army's return
to an increasingly polarized and violent political scene.(AP Photo/Hassan
Modeling Book Modeling with 3ds Max: Modeling a Book
Programing the Cloud With Persistent Data Objects (Windley)
I've been fascinated with programming languages since I was a computer science
graduate student 25 years ago. People who've grown up with object oriented
programming probably don't understand the explosive, mind-blowing experience
of moving from a language like Pascal or C to Smalltalk. The shear power of
expressiveness was only the tip of the iceberg. Much more empowering was the
new way of thinking that it engendered.
This happens because programming languages aren't technologies. Rather,
they're notations. Humans have invented a lot of notations. Programming
languages are just the latest examples. Programming languages have the power
to shape our thinking--leading us to build new and more powerful models of the
domains in which we work.
Some languages lead us to think in old, possibly even harmful ways. Others
powerful frameworks like Rails can doubt the power of a notation to shape and
lead a developer's thinking.
KRL is a language that is designed to help programmers build and understand
distributed, persistent data objects (PDO) that live in the cloud and
interact, primarily, through events. Collections of these PDOs form what I've
frequently referred to as ...
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Madea's Witness Protection (DVDVerdict)
# The Charge
A movie so bad, it doesn't even meet the standards of the Razzie Awards.
# Opening Statement
This is the first and (God willing) last Madea movie I will ever have to sit
through. One of the biggest complaints lodged against Tyler Perry is his
perpetuation of negative racial stereotypes. There is a lot to criticize here,
but stereotyping is the least of his problems. **Madea's Witness Protection**
is a thoroughly unfunny film, full of poorly written characters wandering
around a plot far better suited to 1970s urban sitcoms.
# Facts of the Case
George Needleman (Eugene Levy, **American Pie**) is CFO of a charitable
organization under investigation by the FBI. Unbeknownst to George, the
organization is a Ponzi scheme laundering money for the mob. In order to get
protection from the Feds and keep his family safe, George agrees to testify in
court. Since all FBI safe houses have been compromised, federal prosecutor
Brian Simmons (Tyler Perry, **Diary of a Mad Black Woman**) believes the home
of his aunt Madea (also Tyler Perry) is the perfect place for the Needleman
family to hide. Because they'd be safer with Madea than they would be ...
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Most Corrupt Countries Perceptions Index Released (newsy-allvideos)
(Image Source: Transparency International)
**BY HARUM HEMLEY AND SHANLEY REYNOLDS
ANCHOR ZACH TOOMBS**
The most indebted EU countries are also the most corrupt and Arab Spring
countries became more corrupt after the wave of revolutions. That's according
to watchdog group Transparency International's annual Corruption Perceptions
Countries were ranked on a scale from 0-100, with 0 being the most corrupt.
Somalia, Afghanistan and North Korea tied for most corrupt with a score of 8
and Denmark, Finland and New Zealand are all considered "very clean" at 90
points. (VIDEO VIA: Transparency International)
The rankings are given based on the perceptions of economic experts. Euronews
reports the countries that have been hit hardest with recessions are most
likely to give their government low marks.
**"This proves what we have been saying for months, that corruption of
countries is closely linked to the economic and political stability of a
The New York Times reports Greece, the European Union's hardest-hit economy,
ranked lowest in the EU and 94th in the world -- 14 spots lower than last
Not surprisingly, Arab Spring countries moved up in the corruption rankings as
well, though NPR points out this may not have to do with ...