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Saturday, October 29, 2005

Run, Hugo, Run!

Chavez 2006 Campaign. - An open letter from a repentant ghost blogger. [The Devil's Excrement]
I agree. Chavez should run for Secretary General of the UN. He would win for sure, he would be a better thorn on the side of the US, this is his true calling! Come on, Mr President, run for it! Help us put Chavez on the UN!
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Don't forget to turn your clocks back this morning. Windows machines do this on their own. It seems my Mac does not. [Scripting News]
Bullshit. It does. There are several ways of doing it, but if you just have the right Time Zone and get the time automagically it does it for you. This is like the 4 or 5th thing I've called you on not understanding about the Mac. I have to ask, why do you use a Mac? It's clear you do not understand it and have no one near by to ask, hence you put these calling all stations statements that unfortunately make you look dumb or spreading FUD. Maybe I am over reacting and this is all normal. But you don't seem to be able to use software and hardware that most people find simple. Perhaps your brain isn't wired for it? Maybe you are just trying to read the manual
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So, Michelin and FIA are in the middle of a fight. You see, FIA decided to return to the tyre change in the middle of the race. The reason behind not permitting the tyre change was to make Ferrari less competitive. The reason given for the tyre change was to reduce cost. After this season, FIA and the teams discovered they went to far. With the rules Ferrari didn't win a single race (except the one when Michelin threw a tantrum which, clearly doesn't count) and F1 lose money, even if it gain interest in the anti-Ferrari crowd, so, they decided to go back to the old rules. Michelin points out that this goes against the stated cost reduction reason and that changing tyres has nothing to do with racing. They are right in both counts, but I'm happy the decision went against them, because of what they did at Indy. I hope they don't win a single race, or sell a single tyre next year...
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