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I received this spam email earlier today, and was extremely amazed by it. Its no ordinary poorly written engrish spam trying to get my creditcard info or other such nonsense, this one is special.
MaNy of the Divine PrO#Mi(seS are addr@essed to PartiCulaR chaRacters, ~oR, more corr~e ct!ly speaking, to particu(Lar @graceS. FoR example, in P^salm 25:9, the Lord declares that He wil l "guide ~iN jUdgment" the meeK; b!uT if I am out of c*ommUnion with Him, i#f I am follow&in#g *a cou#rs*e of self-wi&ll, ~if my h!Eart iS ha&uGhTy, thEn I am Not just%ifieD i n taking to m!ys*elf tHe comfor~t of !this verse. htT!p://kelDa6d.youtu Be.Com/5410.html A~gaiN, ~In JOHn 15:7, the Lord @t@ell S us, "If y~e abide in Me, and %m@y words aBIde in yoU, ye shall a#sk what ye wil$l, and it Shall Be dOnE unTo y o*U. , " But i~f I am Not in expeRiment%aL communion with Him, if H(i&s commanDs are not reguLating ^mY cond$ucT, theN my prayers Will rem@ain uNAnsw%eRed.
I like that the subject has a Re: As if the spam is in reply to me, or to somebody else. The link goes to a online blackjack playing website by the way (Tried it from school), which makes sense considering the subject line about BlackJack. What DOESN'T make sense though, is the entire fucking rest of it. Assuming someone decides to continue reading this little slice of joy, reading some bible verse, are they going to click the link? A link randomly inserted that makes no sense?! Lets assume they do, for the sake of stupidity. What do you suppose the venn diagram cross over is like between devout Christians who read bible verse spam emails and people who gamble online? I would wager its a pretty slim amount, which makes this spam meant for very specific people.
Also, there's the whole issue about the way its written... random symbols and capitalization and complete bastardization of the english language. Was that to avoid spam filters? I guess it worked, I did receive it, mind you it was packed with warnings about not viewing it or clicking anything etc etc.
So what is everyone's take on this? Other than its the most magnificently crafted piece of literature ever, and that we are lucky to receive such a blessing from the gods.
I just realized that the yellow M&M and Barney from the Flintstones sound the exact same.
The yellow M&M says "Oh, hey Red."
and Barney says "Oh, hey Fred".
Those can't be two coincidences.
Man! Dragon Age 2 sure is different from the first one huh? I feel like I should write down all the stuff I thought about it after playing it through 3 times as the different classes, so here we go!
Rachel McAdams would make a good C. Viper in a hypothetical non sucky Street Fighter movie. Ponder further.
So I have played about an hour of the new Monster Hunter game and thought I would post some initial thoughts on what I have seen of the game so far.
Also, I grabbed a bunch of screenshots while playing since that probably makes things way more interesting to read and whatnot. Prepare yourself for the glory that is 480x272!
While checking the mall *LAST WEEK* for a copy of DiRT 2 for PS3 (Vapourware apparently) some friends and I decided to check in the Walmart...
Which is where we found this sick little deal:
I haven't started yet and its 1:15am. I have two midterms tomorrow and didn't study for this one until right now, and this is what I need to know. I haven't paid attention in class at all. I'm sure I will succeed.
Modern human/Modern Homo sapiens/Homo sapiens sapiens
Herto site, Ethiopia (Homo sapiens idaltu)
Klasies River Mouth, S. Africa
Border Cave, S. Africa
Middle Stone Age (MSA) (300,000/200,000-40,000 years ago)
MSA Stone Tool Industries: Aterian – North Africa; Sangoan/Lupemban – Central & East Africa; Howieson’s Poort – South Africa
Katanda site, Congo – bone tools, fishing
Blombos Cave, S. Africa – incised ocher = art?
Sibudu Cave, S. Africa
Qafzeh Cave and Skhul Cave, Israel
Luminescence Dating (thermoluminescence, electron spin resonance, optically stimulated luminescence)
Differences/Similarities between Neanderthals/Modern Humans
Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition
Neanderthal extinction – multiregional hypothesis, Out of Africa hypothesis, hydridization hypothesis
St. Césaire site, France
Peştera cu Oase Cave, Romania
Abrigo Lagar Velho child skeleton, Portugal
Mitochondrial & Y Chromosome DNA
Szeletian industry – Eastern Europe; Ulluzian industry – Italy; Châtelperronian industry – France/N. Spain
Arcy-sur-Cure, N. France
Neandertal refugia - Zafarraya Cave, Spain; Vindija Cave, Croatia
Stone tool industries of Upper Paleolithic – Aurignacian, Gravettian, Solutrean, Magdalenian
Sungir, Russia, double child burial
Dolní Vĕstonice, Maravia, triple burial
Hohlenstein ivory figure, Germany, Aurignacian
Venus figurines, Gravettian, Grimaldi figurines
Magdalenian atlatls – antler ‘marks’
Cave Art – Lascaux Cave, France; Altimira, Spain; Les Combarelles, France; Chauvet Cave, France
La Marche engraving, France
Klein – language ‘mutation’ hypothesis
Clovis & Folsom fluted points
Homo erectus in Java/China
Ngandon site, Java
Sunda, Wallacea (Wallace Line), Sahul
Island of Flores
Lena Hara Cave, East Timor
Bobongara, New Guinea – ground axes
New Britain & New Ireland
Kilu Rock Shelter, Buka Island, Solomans
Nauwalabila I, Austrailia
Lake Mungo, Australia
Deils Lair Cave, Purrijarra, Koonalda Cabe
Austrailian megafauna extinction
Australian Rock art – Gunbilngmurrung site
Colonization – slow & coast to interior vs. more rapid & mobile –Bridsell population growth in 2000 years
Tasmania emu eggs & wallaby hunters; Darwin glass
Modern for peopling of Americas – Clovis First, Pre-Clovis, Early Arrival.
Blackwater Draw, New Mexico
Gainey complex, Eastern Canada/USA
Laurentide and Cordilleran ice sheets
Broken Mammoth Cave, Alaska - Nenana stone tools
Meadowcroft Rockshelter, Pennsylvania, USA
Monte Verde, Chile
Caverna de Pedra Pintada, Brazil
Quebrada Tacahuay, Peru
Coastal Migration Route/Fladmark/Maritime Adaptation
Perda Furada, Brazil
Kennewick Man, Washington, USA
Repatriation – NAGPRA – Kwäday Dän Ts’inchi (Long-Age Person Found), BC, Canada
North American megafauna extinction
Head-Smashed-In site, Alberta, Canada
Peopling of the Arctic – Paleo-Eskimo; Dorset; Thule
Lewis Henry Morgan – savagery to barbarism
V. Gordon Childe
David Rondos – symbiotic relationship
Tim Ingold – trust to domination
Marshall Sahlins – original affluent society
Major centres of domestication (Eastern North America, Mesoamerica, Andes, Near East, Africa, Northern China, Southern China, New Guinea)
Ester Boserup – population growth
Broad spectrum resources – Flannery
Agriculture – Domestication, Technology, Community
Jericho (Pre-Pottery Neolithic A)
Kebaran and Geometric Kebaran, Natufian, Early Neolithic, Late Neolithic
Ohalo site, sea of Galilee
Wati Mataha burial
Younger Dryas (Little Ice Age)
Abu Hureyra, Syria
Early Neolithic Pre-Pottery A and Pre-Pottery B
Netiv Nagdad, Jordan
Jerf el-Ahmar, Syria
Plastered Skulls (Early Neolithic)
Pottery Manufacture (Late Neolithic)
Wadi Ziqlab, Jordan, Tabaqat el-Buma
Language Dispersal Hypothesis
Lepenski Vir, Serbia
Linear Band Keramik (LBK) culture
Talheim site, Germany
Earthworks – Great Serpent Mound
Teosinte - Maize Agriculture
Tehuacán Valley, Oaxaca Valley, Richard MacNeish
Guilá Naquitz, Oaxaca Valley, Kent Flannery
AMS radiocarbon dating
Domesticated Squash and Beans
Cerro Juanaqueñe, Mexico
Optimal foraging theory
Milagro site, Tucson, Arizona
Las Capas site, Tucson, Arizona
The Formative Period
Archaic-period sites (Mogollon Highlands and Colorado Plateau)
Poverty Point, Late Archaic, Louisiana
Squash, Chenopod, Marsh Elder, Sunflower domestication
Adena and Hopewell, Ohio River Valley
Vacant Centre Patterns
Carr and case – agency perspective
Isotope Analysis (carbon)
Princess Point Complex
People being transition - Gender bias (Watson and Kennedy)
Smith’s model for plant domestication
Prentice’s model - shamans
So I just got back from Banff (Actually it was a few hours ago, but I was tired) and I thought I would post some photos from my trip for anyone who is interested in seeing 'em. Since Banff is in the middle of the Rockie Mountains, the view is pretty amazing. We also stayed in a 4 and a half star hotel, which was gorgeous! Pictures of that later~
Before I start though, I should explain what and where Banff is (Smart readers will already have picked up on a clue or two of where it is!). Banff is a resort town, so basically a town that is based entirely around tourism more or less. Its nestled in the Canadian Rockie Mountains ( Gorgeous!) and is one of Canada's most popular tourist spots, there is always a ton of Japanese tourists visiting during the summer, and during the winter all the Australians come out to go skiing and snowboarding.
Banff is actually in one of the many national parks in the mountains, which is cool, all that unspoiled land makes for a great backdrop for photos =P What else is cool about the place... Its the second highest town in Canada? Thats pretty cool. Mountain air is refreshing!
Alright! On with some cool photos!
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