Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Which bird shows your character? check out!!

Check out when your birth date falls in these and find the bird that resembles
your character

21 Jan - 17 Feb

Robin

A cool exterior disguises a fiery temper and is very opinionated -
although those opinions are not always shared by everyone. They are
proud and particularly home-loving, although have a tendency to be
quarrelsome.

18 Feb - 17 March

Goldfinch

Goldfinch people are colorful characters who are sensitive and always
alert. They are gregarious by nature and love being in groups of
people, which offers them security. They need to find an outlet for
their imaginative abilities or they are sometimes be in danger of
becoming nervous and irritable.

18 March - 14 April

Hawk

A powerful individual which displays courage and a sometimes ruthless
determination. Avoids problematical obstacles with skill, although
must be fully targeted so as not to waste energy in fruitless chases
for the impossible.

15 April - 12 May

Albatross

Has a tendency to have a mind that wanders, but when in search of a
particular goal, will travel great lengths to achieve it.
Occasionally, the albatross may become caught up in things it
shouldn't when not seeing clearly enough.

13 May - 9 June

Dove

Peace-loving by nature, doves will bill and coo about things close to
their heart. They enjoy a fulfilling love-life and rarely fail to
satisfy. They are also patient, adaptable and personable. Their lack
of aggression sometimes makes them the victim of more predatory
characters.

10 June- 7 July

Eagle

A well-respected figure which has excellent visionary qualities.
Eagles will truck no nonsense and will fix opponents with a powerful
stare. They have the power to rise above the trivial aspects of
humanity, and are highly talented.

8 July- 4 August

Nightingale

More often heard before being seen, nightingales always have something
to say for themselves. They are however very much in tune with their
partners. Their unimpressive exterior hides a personality that is just
waiting to burst out.

5 August - 1 Sept

Kingfisher

Another flamboyant and colorful character that is always exciting to
encounter. They rush around at great speed and have a close spiritual
affinity with water. They have a sharp and perceptive head on them,
but can make them impetuous enough to dive in where others would fear
to go.

2 Sept - 29 Sept

Swan

The swan is a complex character. While appearing on the surface as a
calm and relaxed individual, underneath they are working hard to keep
up with the pace of modern life. If provoked their natural graceful
demeanor can give way to a violent temper which puts them in a flap.
They are definitely someone to have on your side.

30 Sept - 27 Oct

Woodpecker

A tough, hard-working character with plenty of stamina. Has no problem
drumming up support for their ideas, no matter how wacky they seem.
With a lateral-thinking mind they are skilled at dissecting problems
and seeing the wood for the trees. However, with their noisy and
exuberant lifestyle, you might not want to have one as a neighbor.

28 Oct - 24 Nov

Kestrel

A sharp brain helps kestrel people hover from one subject to another
without losing concentration. They focus on their life's goal with a
single-minded focus, not flustered by what is going on around them. A
confidence in their own ability helps them to soar to heights others
may only dream of.

25 Nov - 23 Dec

Raven

Always impressive, raven people are a tower of strength. They are more
intelligent than their peers and are adept problem-solvers. They enjoy
challenges are stimulated by wild and exposed places.

24 Dec - 20 Jan

Heron

Heron people are deceptive. Although they may be solitary individuals
for much of the time, they nevertheless have a need to settle in busy
communities where they know everyone else. They may get bogged down as
they wade the course of life, but have broad enough shoulders to cope
with weighty issues. But their insecure nature often leads them to
fish for compliments.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Some fights are truly worth fighting

Relationships are hard to handle and might even seem impossible at
times. There will be many fights and many quarrels,
many disagreements and many tears and so on.
The easiest thing would be to give up.
But if we spent half the energy we use in fighting with eachother,
and spend that energy in fighting to keep the relationship strong,
then that is love.

Remember, in a relationship, giving up is not the solution
Disagreements, fights and quarels will always be there.
But you must always fight harder to stay together.
Some fights are truly worth fighting.
Isn't???

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Saturday, December 22, 2007

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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

The punctured tire.

One year there were these two guys majoring in Chemistry and
who did very well on all of the quizzes, midterms and labs, etc.,
such that going into the final they had a solid A. These two
friends were so confident going into the final that the weekend
before finals week(even though the Chem final was on Monday),
they decided to go up to Montreal and party with some friends.

So they did. And they had a GREAT time! However, with their
hangovers, they overslept and didn't make it back to campus
until early Monday morning. Rather than taking the final then,
what they did was to find the professor after the final and explain
to him why they missed it.
They told him that they went up to Montreal for the weekend, and
had planned to come back in time to study, but that they had a
flat tire on the way back and didn't have a spare and couldn't get
help for a long time and, therefore, were late getting back to
campus. The professor thought this over and then agreed that
they could make up the final on the following day. The two guys
were elated and relieved.

So, they studied that night and went in the next day at the
scheduled time. The professor placed them in separate rooms
and handed each of them a test booklet and told them to begin.
Each student looked at the first problem, which was something
simple about molarity and the solution was worth 5 points.
"Cool", they thought, "this is going to be easy." They finished that
problem and went on to the next. As they turned the page, they
were unprepared, however, for what they saw. It said:

(95 points) Which tire?

Some Cool meanings

1. Cigarette :
A pinch of tobacco rolled in paper with fire at one
end & a fool at the other.

2. Love affairs :
Something like cricket where one-day internationals
are more popular than a five day test.

3. Marriage :
It's an agreement in which a man loses his bachelor
degree and a woman gains her master

4. Lecture :
An art of transferring information from the notes of the
lecturer to the notes of the students without passing through "the
minds of either".

5. Conference :
The confusion of one man multiplied by the number
present.

6. Compromise :
The art of dividing a cake in such a way that
everybody believes he got the biggest piece.

7. Tears :
The hydraulic force by which masculine will-power is
defeated by feminine water-power

8. Dictionary :
A place where divorce comes before marriage.

9. Conference Room :
A place where everybody talks, nobody listens &
everybody disagrees later on.

10. Smile :
A curve that can set a lot of things straight.