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Thinking sucks, but it?s not bad if you look hot while...
2009-09-23 23:47:00
Thinking sucks, but it?s not bad if you look hot while doing it. Gucci Spring/Summer 1996 by Mario Testino
Become a goldfish Fishful Thinking Ambassador
2009-09-22 21:53:00
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thinking of having a welcome-b?
2009-09-14 22:04:00
thinking of having a welcome-back-to-town get-together in Ottawa this coming Saturday evening. who’s in? share this page! »
2010 Honda Crosstour - what were they thinking?
2009-09-04 01:04:00
Too heavy, too tall, too big, too slow, and unbelievably ugly. What was Honda thinking? These ars not the attributes that Honda owners are looking for. What happened to the new Honda styling themes that the rest of the world appreciates? Why does Honda think that gigantic schnozola grills (Honda) or metal blades (Acura) are appealing? Yes, they do set these products apart... we see them coming down the road from far away and wince at their grotesque excess. We just don't understand what Honda and Acura are thinking. No NSX, S2000, RSX, aging and out-dated 4 and 6 cylinder engines, and now styling that not even a mother could like.  We would take a guess that this "thing" and the latest Acura grills were all done by the United States wing of Honda/Acura product planning. Totally out of touch with the Japanese mindset that we have appreciated all along. Honda Press Release follows: 2010 Accord Crosstour Styling Conceals Surprising Versatility Next evolution of ...
Why not forget Design Thinking and try Multidisciplinary Thinking instead?
2009-08-31 08:52:00
Dev Patnaik, in his well written article at Fast Company, reminds me of a big problem with Design Thinking: vagueness in its definition. Even here at Design Sojourn, we have tried, with limited success, to discuss and dissect its definition. Patnaik does not "open a can of worms" by defining Design Thinking, but instead encourages us to forget Design Thinking and try Hybrid Thinking instead. In his article, he recounts the success of Claudia Kotchka, as P&G?s VP for design strategy and innovation, and how during her nine years in that role, helped P&G double their revenue (2000-2008) by successfully making innovation happen at P&G.
Why Submission - and Islamic Thought - seem so Foreign to Western Thinking
2009-08-25 07:16:00
Our Western world seems to be obsessed with winning. Try and be your best, we are told. Never give up. Fight for your dreams and ideals. There is an air of invincible force over the North American spirit that thrives on obstacles and competition; everyone is always on the look-out for self-improvement. ?Second-best? just doesn?t cut it; it?s the consolation price; it?s the price invented for losers only.Although these are great principles that can move forward both the individual and the nation, it also has its peculiar drawbacks. Success becomes often defined and measured by ?material success?. Businessmen compete with each other in size and money. Athletes break their necks to break world-records. Bestsellers and blockbuster vie over how much cash they can bring in.The other drawback exists in the limits we each face. Ignoring them does not make them go away. No matter how much time I may spend on learning an art that is contrary to my talents and abilities ? such as drawing - I j...
Thinking Of You (Sean Duty) Buddypoke
2009-08-21 09:34:00
This is not a tribute to Joe Satriani or Steve Vai for that matter, The guitarists name is Sean Duty, he hails from South Yorkshire and is for all intents and purposes mainly self taught, he has... More comedy coming from Nottingham's Finest Award Winning Internet Video Creators.
Robert Gilbert wrote a new blog post: Thinking of Taking Courses from an On
2009-07-15 11:59:00
Robert Gilbert wrote a new blog post: Thinking of Taking Courses from an Online University? You hated high school and all of the angst that went along with it, and you think that college will be the same way. You want to get away from the traditional classroom setting and learn at your own pace. Thus, you are thinking of getting your degree from an online university. However, before you ...
Thinking about Myanmar Knowledge Management System
2009-07-13 16:41:00
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Thinking Great Thoughts
2009-07-06 07:47:00
Seems I’ve inspired the Youngest PatriotNephewWest to ponder the mysteries of the universe: Or maybe that’s just what happens when you snuggle up in Daddy’s arms while your favorite uncle sits nearby.
Why are Businesses so Interested in Design Thinking and the Design Process
2009-07-03 15:00:00
I have been watching ?Design Thinking? very closely for a long time now, often amused on how it is unfolding in both the design and non-design industries. At this time I?m curious it is evolving, and having strong suspicions on how it can be an element to bridge the "language gap" between Design and the Business. Interestingly, since I started watching this topic in 2006, everyone who is anyone (including yours truly) jumped with their $0.02 cents worth in trying to figure out just what this is all about. However many posts never seem to get the idea of Design Thinking right, and the definition and objectives for Design Thinking never clearly expressed.
Permission to Think Big
2009-06-29 16:52:00
At any given point in the day, I’m just one thought away from losing it and going over the edge! At the very same time I’m just one thought away from being ecstatically happy. Last Sunday I was rear ended by a car while standing at a red light. I took a second, got out of ...
Is Old Thinking Killing Green Jobs?
2009-06-08 20:22:00
Historic unemployment – historic in my forty-two year lifetime, for sure – has hit the U.S.: 9.4% as of this month, the worst it's been since David Bowie's popular Let's Dance album was released in 1983. Connected with this statistic, comes the fact that the auto industry, once a ke
IDEO on Design Thinking at The Harvard Business Review
2009-05-27 19:05:00
IDEO's Tim Brown has written a great article on Design Thinking for The Harvard Business Review. This one sure did the rounds in the studio! Recently, I discovered that there is a pdf version available right on their IDEO website. Do Enjoy!
Still Thinking Foreward
2009-05-26 23:16:00
Even in the down economy, I have to think forward to the time when I may be lucky enough someday to open my own restaurant. Sure, I’ve had such flights of fancy in the past, but if I’m going to give it a real go at my own place, I would need to really carefully consider such things as location, menu design/cuisine style, and of course the various and sundry restaurant equipment. I mean, exactly how many of these do I actually need to open a restaurant?… When I was down in North Carolina visiting the (alas, now closed) Starlu Restaurant, the amazing head chef, Sam Poley, took me around and showed me all the things he had done to spruce up the space he had procured. The level of detail - since this was early in my culinary days - was truly astounding. All the things one had to think about from the tables and chairs, to how far apart they would be placed, to the plates, napkins, flatware - it was a dizzying array of items to consider, and the cost was also qu...
By: Deglazed
Thinking About Selling On Ebay?
2009-05-26 22:02:00
Here is some advice that I tried to post on one of the Ebay message boards but it wouldn't go through so I decided to post it here. If you're thinking about selling on Ebay, I hope this advice will help you.... i havent started selling yet.. mostly imtrying to learn.......> here is some of my story - im a 24 yr old (almost 25)disabled person(woman)...> . - ive tried going to work, and going back to work and looking for work, finding work and getting fired from work.... in between college, hospital visits, and other things..... ive come to the conclusion recently that i am unable to hold a "normal" job - possibly forever.... but i really got interested in starting a home business - especially when i started talking to an online buddy of mine... we want to start an online store together. i have tons of ideas for our store.. (my part is gonna be mostly homemade soaps and gift baskets) and she has some items to sell as well.... but my only form of income is my disability checks.......
Thinking Too Much about Happiness
2009-05-22 21:25:00
In a wonderfully, insightful post on why woman are unhappier than ever, Ann Althouse concludes with a thought that really got me thinking: Anyway, why are women so sad? I think it’s because we think about our feelings so much and care so much about being happy. This applies to men as well.  When we try too ...
Fun-Iverse is copyright 2009, "Thinking The Lions." All rights reserved.
2009-05-19 23:36:00
I've been writing a lot about Kissimmee on here lately, and there's a reason for that: It's because Kissimmee is awesome.It's awesome because Kissimmee is like the nexus of the Fun-iverse. The Fun-iverse is like the universe, only more fun, and who would want to live in the universe when you could be in something that's more fun?Kissimmee has more fun in it per square inch than any other part of the universe, and that's scientifically provable. It's located more or less in between and around and underneath and on top of 1 jillion waterparks, amusement parks, golf courses, lakes, and shopping malls.1 jillion is a lot, but I'm not exaggerating. And these aren't crummy little amusement parks that you're used to in Ohio, or Nebraska, or Prague. These are theme parks and waterparks like Wet 'n Wild -- a waterpark near Kissimmee which has "Der Stuka," a waterslide that sends you down a 250-foot, almost-vertical waterslide.Does Prague have "Der Stuka?" I think not.We went ...
CBS thinking to Let’s Make a Deal with The Dating Game?
2009-05-06 02:53:00
CBS is considering bringing back Let’s Make a Deal and/or The Dating Game to replace the cancelled Guiding Light according to Variety. While I hate to see any Soap Opera die, I kind of like the idea of game shows coming back to daytime. I miss those original games that used to be all over ...
Your Thoughts About Thinking
2009-05-04 15:36:00
By measuring what parts of a subject's brain was using oxygen, researchers at Bloorview Research Institute and the University of Toronto were able to determine the subject's preference between two objects with 80% accuracy. The researchers believe the brain is too complex to ever allow decoding of a
The Universe is Listening
2009-04-24 14:00:00
Notes from Janey . . . It?s New Year?s Day and we?ve parked Bailey, our RV, out here in the desert. There are a few other road warriors scattered like dice across the cactus and brittlebush but they are far enough away to make it feel like we are here in this arid vastness by ourselves. ...
The End of American Affluence is Someone’s Wishful Thinking. Guess W
2009-04-18 16:50:00
James Joyner this morning : In what has to be the oddest Peggy Noonan column ever, she extrapolates from a single story of a Michigan family that decided to give up some modern luxuries to engage in subsistence farming to a surreal future in which droves of people throw off the shackles of conspicuous consumption. Many think that no matter how much money is sloshing through the system from Washington, creating waves that lead to upticks, the recession is really a depression. We won’t “come out of it,” as the phrase goes, for five or seven years, because the downturn is systemic, global, and because the old esprit is gone. The baby boomers who for 40 years, from 1968 through 2008, did the grunt work of the great abundance—work was always a long-haul trip for them, they were the first in the office in 1975 and are the last to leave the office to this day—know the era they built is over, that something new is beginning, something more subdued and altogether more mysterious. T...
By: BitsBlog
Wasn't How To Make Sense We Were Thinking Of: (Take Stock 2)
2009-04-17 21:02:00
It's easier to do this stealing "Terry's Parent's Refrigerator's" Idea that I saw on Read. Dance. Bliss, so I'm just gonna do that from now on. Here's Take Stock 2: My bookshelf by my bed.My bookshelf sits to my right. I get the right-hand (farther away from the TV) side of the bed, so I'm on the side of the bed Ray Romano warned against taking -- I, like Ray, get my weather with a big toe in it.The little nightstand is actually Sweetie's jewelry box. Shown in this picture:1. Diet Red Pop Soda. Because the more tenuous a food's connection to the natural world, the more I like it. "Faygo" makes a blue soda, but they don't make it in diet, so I haven't tried it yet. They do make a diet Pina Colada soda. That's livin'.2. Spiky Fish Clock. Among the many things I collect are clocks. The spiky fish clock is one of my favorites. If you click to enlarge the photo, you'll see that the second hand is a tiny fish that circles around the spiky fish clock's mouth. T...
Thinking - christiansquoting.org.uk
2009-04-03 10:07:00
A conclusion is simply the place where you got tired of thinking.Don't be so open-minded your brains fall out.I don't think so," said René Descartes. Just then, he vanished.I just got lost in thought. It was unfamiliar territory.We would worry less about what people think of us, if we knew how seldom they did!Dwell not upon thy weariness, thy strength shall be according to the measure of thy desire. -- Arab ProverbMan's mind is a watch that needs winding daily. -- Welsh ProverbThought means life, since those who do not think so do not live in any high or real sense. Thinking makes the man.-- Amos Bronson Alcott (1799-1888)Thinking is sometimes injurious to health. -- AristotleOur life is what our thoughts make it.-- Marcus Aurelius (121-180 A.D.)And the bartender says to Rene Descartes, 'Another beer?' And Descartes says, 'I think not,' and disappears. - Alfred Bester (1913 &endash;-1987)The average person thinks he isn't. -- Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914), "The Devil's Diction...
Hippie Dude, Burka Woman and Thinking Man
2009-03-19 09:15:00
Unsung Heroes of Subtlety is your window into the mind of an average weirdo.
That New York Post chimp cartoon: what were they thinking?
2009-03-03 23:25:00
By Jefferson Flanders What were the editors of the New York Post thinking when they published that now infamous cartoon by Sean Delonas, a cartoon that could be construed (in the words of Foon Rhee of the Boston Globe) to “tie President Obama to a rampaging chimpanzee killed by police,” and therefore be considered racist. The ...
Katy Perry - Thinking Of You
2009-03-02 19:11:00
Soft screams, candy-like voice of Katy Perry get you to your best romantic moments. I would not...
Rauch & Blankenhorn?s ?New? Thinking on Gay Marriage
2009-02-28 00:19:00
Those who follow the serious debate on gay marriage know that Jonathan Rauch and David Blankenhorn have become the two most responsible voices on their respective sides of the issue.  Last week, these two adversaries teamed up to offer A Reconciliation on Gay Marriage in the New York Times.  And for once, the Old Gray ...
I'm thinking something like "SuperSexyMan." I hope that's not taken.
2009-02-27 16:56:00
Mr F and Mr Bunches have outgrown their superhero shirts that Sweetie got them a while back -- little Batman and Superman shirts that had capes attached. And I think that's a shame. I think no kid should have to go through life without being a superhero from time to time, and no kid should have to try to be a superhero with a towel tied around his neck. What kind of superhero is that? That makes a kid have to use all his imagination to pretend that his overalls and t-shirt and towel are a superhero uniform, and you know how much imagination that leaves to fight hordes of invading aliens who are about to destroy Citytown?None. None imagination, that's how much is left. So little imagination that the best name they could come up with for the city they're super-protecting is ... Citytown? Come on!The cure for that is to make sure the boys have good superhero costumes that fit them, and the way to get good superhero costumes for them is to buy them from some place that sells H...
Lateral Thinking 4
2009-02-17 02:00:00
Answers to previous Puzzles: http://cr4.globalspec.com/threa-d/33260 1. Throw it upwards. 2. They were triplets or more. 3. He has hiccups and the bar tenders scares him by aiming a gun at him. He thanks the bar tender for removing his hiccups. 4. The last(sixth) egg was take
Thinking of my assignment: Oscar Week Activities
2009-02-15 01:01:00
Well , I am a week away from the assignment. My conscience is now telling me to advance my thinking and shoot in a style that I am going to call"Hollywood BUSY". Meaning that I will shoot with some purpose blur,extreme angles, some night Oscar shots with glamour. I have faxed all info to my agents and I will re contact them again in72 hours. I am also getting ready to write my photographic experiences book. Tour is tentatively scheduled for Jan 2010. More to follow.
Thinking of my assignment: Oscar Week Activities
2009-02-15 00:37:00
Well , I am a week away from the assignment. My conscience is now telling me to advance my thinking and shoot in a style that I am going to call"Hollywood BUSY". Meaning that I will shoot with some purpose blur,extreme angles, some night Oscar shots with glamour. I have faxed all info to my agents and I will re contact them again in72 hours. I am also getting ready to write my photographic experiences book. Tour is tentatively scheduled for Jan 2010. More to follow.
Lateral Thinking 3
2009-02-12 01:42:00
Answers to previous Puzzles: http://cr4.globalspec.com/threa-d/33135 1. The wife was about to have a baby. They were driving to the hospital. The baby was born, and the wife didn't survive the birth. 2. The truck driver was walking. 3. Alice is a goldfish; Ted is a cat. 4. Th
Lateral Thinking 2
2009-02-10 01:37:00
Answers to previous Puzzles: http://cr4.globalspec.com/threa-d/32973 1. The man was walking through a train tunnel and was almost at the end when he heard a whistle and spotted the train coming towards him. He therefore had to move forward, towards the train, so that he could jump clear saf
Is technology producing a decline in critical thinking and analysis?
2009-02-09 03:14:00
Patricia GreenfieldStudies shed light on multi-tasking, video games and learningAs technology has played a bigger role in our lives, our skills in critical thinking and analysis have declined, while our visual skills have improved, according to research by Patricia Greenfield, UCLA distinguished professor of psychology and director of the Children's Digital Media Center, Los Angeles.Learners have changed as a result of their exposure to technology, says Greenfield, who analyzed more than 50 studies on learning and technology, including research on multi-tasking and the use of computers, the Internet and video games. Her research was published this month in the journal Science.Reading for pleasure, which has declined among young people in recent decades, enhances thinking and engages the imagination in a way that visual media such as video games and television do not, Greenfield said.How much should schools use new media, versus older techniques such as reading and classroom discuss...
still thinking aloud
2009-02-08 19:22:00
Sunday 8: A current trendy term seems to be ?spiritual journey?. Perhaps I am more aware of it because of my niche, but it keeps occurring ? and there is often a presumption that a spiritual journey should be a sanctifying process. But why? If anything, it is an exploration of the human experience, given ...
when thinking aloud is libellous
2009-02-07 19:54:00
Saturday 7: Freedom of self-expression grinds to a halt when thinking aloud can be deemed libellous. Even when it was an emotive reaction. Anyway, it was easier to delete the comment. Clarkson had to apologise for calling Gordie a one-eyed Scottish idiot ? but refused to drop the idiot. Yet the first two elements are ...
Lateral Thinking
2009-02-06 08:03:00
1. AVOIDING THE TRAIN: A man was walking along a railway track when he spotted an express train speeding towards him. To avoid it, he jumped off the track, but before he jumped he ran ten feet towards the train. Why? 2. THE PILOT'S SON: A man and his son were traveling on a scheduled f
Thinking of a new Domain
2009-02-04 10:20:00
I'm still thinking whether to use or not to use a new domain for this blog. I'm also thinking if I will use a new theme for this blog. I have not decided yet. I hope I can decide later on so that this blog will have its new look. I think I should right more about making money online and I think I should update to blog more often. That's what I think about now. I'll try to think more about something soon. As of now, I'm still in the process of thinking what to do and what to implement in this blog. Come back later after I finish thinking what I should think.
Thinking of a new Domain
2009-02-04 10:20:00
I'm still thinking whether to use or not to use a new domain for this blog. I'm also thinking if I will use a new theme for this blog. I have not decided yet. I hope I can decide later on so that this blog will have its new look. I think I should right more about making money online and I think I should update to blog more often. That's what I think about now. I'll try to think more about something soon. As of now, I'm still in the process of thinking what to do and what to implement in this blog. Come back later after I finish thinking what I should think.
Is Heavy Thinking Ruining Your Life?
2009-02-03 14:17:00
The mind is like a vehicle! It?s given in good condition with sufficient fuel! The way you steer the wheel (THINKING!) , can lead you to ?wonderful treasures? or ?destructive destinations? ever known to mankind.Perhaps, the world would be a better place, if more people spent time ?thinking? about circumstances, consequences, decisions BEFORE taking action. Anyone you can think of? politicians, media folks, Ex-s ? ahem.. What about you? Are you a moderate thinker? Heavy thinker?How do you know, when heavy thinking is gradually ruining your life? The simplest answer is that it paralyzes you in certain functions of your daily lifestyle.You can?t get that problem or situation out of your mind (a distraction, obviously!)You thought about all angles, but it still does not make sense.You think that if you spend enough time thinking about it, you will figure it out.Over stress yourself and occasionally those around you.At some point in life, we all go through these phrases of heavy thinki...
Is Heavy Thinking Ruining Your Life?
2009-02-03 14:17:00
The mind is like a vehicle! It?s given in good condition with sufficient fuel! The way you steer the wheel (THINKING!) , can lead you to ?wonderful treasures? or ?destructive destinations? ever known to mankind.Perhaps, the world would be a better place, if more people spent time ?thinking? about circumstances, consequences, decisions BEFORE taking action. Anyone you can think of? politicians, media folks, Ex-s ? ahem.. What about you? Are you a moderate thinker? Heavy thinker?How do you know, when heavy thinking is gradually ruining your life? The simplest answer is that it paralyzes you in certain functions of your daily lifestyle.You can?t get that problem or situation out of your mind (a distraction, obviously!)You thought about all angles, but it still does not make sense.You think that if you spend enough time thinking about it, you will figure it out.Over stress yourself and occasionally those around you.At some point in life, we all go through these phrases of heavy thinki...
Is Heavy Thinking Ruining Your Life?
2009-02-03 14:17:00
The mind is like a vehicle! It’s given in good condition with sufficient fuel! The way you steer the wheel (THINKING!) , can lead you to “wonderful treasures” or “destructive destinations” ever known to mankind.Perhaps, the world would be a better place, if more people spent time “thinking” about circumstances, consequences, decisions BEFORE taking action. Anyone you can think of? politicians, media folks, Ex-s … ahem.. What about you? Are you a moderate thinker? Heavy thinker?How do you know, when heavy thinking is gradually ruining your life? The simplest answer is that it paralyzes you in certain functions of your daily lifestyle.You can’t get that problem or situation out of your mind (a distraction, obviously!)You thought about all angles, but it still does not make sense.You think that if you spend enough time thinking about it, you will figure it out.Over stress yourself and occasionally those around you.At some point in life, we all go through these phras...
Thinking Big Takes Audi From Obscure to Awesome
2009-02-03 00:44:00
Strategy to Stand Out While Others Scale Back Delivers Big for BrandSource: AdAgeCharlie Hughes drives an Audi. The veteran auto consultant is most closely associated with Mazda and Land Rover but now owns an A4. "It's becoming smart to show up in an Audi, and that was far less true two years ago," he said.Audi CMO Scott Keough Though Audi of America's sales slipped in 2008, they fell far less than those of competitors amid a calamitous year for the auto industry. Audi's brand awareness, brand opinion and buyer consideration are all up substantially in the past two years. During that time, the brand's gains in that all-important last measure outstripped those of BMW, Mercedes and Lexus. And for the first time in 28 years, Audi outsold Volvo in the U.S. last year. In short: Audi might be the hottest auto brand on the market right now.So how did the carmaker, which CMO Scott Keough admits has historically "been nichey and quirky and only a subset of a subset of a subset knew about...
Thinking Objects - Le cose pensano
2009-01-27 12:31:00
Andrea Facco?s paintings, in the exhibition Thinking Objects at Biagiotti Progetto Arte, do not intend to concentrate on painting, but on intellectual questions regarding painting as an object of analysis. In this sense, his latest paintings, dedicated to Morandi and other Master?s studios all start with a fetish-like idea and try to answer an almost metaphysical question: why are objects important?Biagiotti Progetto Arte - Firenze - Arte Contemporanea
By: weblogART
Franko B - I'm thinking of you
2009-01-24 17:50:00
tratto dal comunicato di Eugenio Viola - "Franko B?s visionary and oppressive sensibility taps into the great iconographic tradition of the memento mori and into spirituality of horror that characterizes the deadly, counter-reformed Baroque. The equilibrium of the composition of his work sends, however, back to a more classical, formal ideal, returns to the brutality of our times, but, at the same time, expresses a existential breath, recalls the tenderness of human heart, which unravels all his being in the world.I Miss You, Long Live Romance, Don?t Leave Me This Way, these are the titles of some Franko B?s performances. Actions that, beyond the pictorial nature of the aesthetic impact, opens to a romantic meditation, to the desire investigated through different tones: separation, solitude, fear of being abandoned, submission?A work ultimately presenting itself as an enormous, unconditioned act of love: I?m thinking of you.":: CHANGING ROLE - MOVE_OVER_GALLERY ::
By: weblogART
Critical Thinking ? ?Knowin? things that ain?t so?
2009-01-15 13:19:00
I just finished reading Physics for Future Presidents: The Science Behind the Headlines by Richard A. Muller a professor of physics. He brings up a very good point: Equally important to understanding the physics of modern life is unlearning the things that you may think are true but aren?t. Mark Twain is often quoted as ...
Thinking of joining ACA: Animal Crossing Anonymous
2009-01-13 18:24:00
Hello, my name is Hanna! I’m addicted to Animal Crossing. It’s been five years since last time I played AC and when I had the chance to get this game at 50% off I was thinking that maybe I had become too grown up to play this, but oh my god, was I wrong. Animal Crossing: ...
Katy Perry Thinking Of You Music Video & Lyrics
2009-01-08 01:21:00
Katy Perry has a new music video for her third single, Thinking of You.Her new single is described as a "tear-jerker ballad," which deviates from her uptempo pop songs she is previously known for.Of course Katy rocks her signature throw back look, which fits the video theme of her mourning the loss of her true love in World War Two while falling into bed with a new man.Check out the video along with lyrics after the jump.Katy PerryThinking Of You Music VideoKaty Perry Thinking Of You LyricsComparisons are easily turnedOnce you've had a taste of perfectionLike an apple hanging from a treeI picked the ripest oneI still got the seedYou said move onWhere do I goI guess second bestIs all I will knowCause when I'm with himI am thinking of youThinking of youWhat you would do ifYou were the oneWho was spending the nightOh I wish that IWas looking into your eyesYou're like an Indian summerIn the middle of winterLike a hard candyWith a surprise centerHow do I get betterOnce I've had the b...
Thinking About The Unthinkable
2009-01-07 02:20:00
 FreeMediaOnline.org & Free Media Online Blog  The Federalist Commentary, January 6, 2009, San Francisco Thinking About The Unthinkable by The Federalist If you think about the above phrase coined by the late nuclear war theorist, Herman Kahn, you might find it  both unusually appropriate and alarming when applied to US public diplomacy. There is a fundamental flaw in the ...
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