Wednesday, December 05, 2007


I had no idea how cruel man can be with animals until I saw this.
Please think about it the next time you buy a REAL fur, leather products etc
you are WEARING DEAD SKIN, and some poor animal was beaten to death for it!

Friday, November 30, 2007

Great Cancer Killer discovered

From the Los Angeles Times
Sending his cancer a signal

John Kanzius, sorely weakened by leukemia treatments, drew on his lifetime of working with radio waves to devise a machine that targets cancer cells. The miracle: It works.

By Erika Hayasaki, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

November 2, 2007

ERIE, PA. — When doctors told John Kanzius he had nine months to live, he quietly thanked God for his blessings and prepared to die.

Then 58, he had lived a good life, with a loving wife, two successful adult daughters and a gratifying career.

Now he had leukemia and was ready to accept his fate, but the visits to the cancer ward shook him. Faces haunted him, the bald and bandaged heads, bodies slumped in wheelchairs, and children who could not play.

Like him, they had endured chemotherapy treatments that caused their weight to plummet, hands to shake, bodies to weaken, and immune systems to break down to the point that the slightest germ could be deadly. Kanzius knew their agony. He believed if cancer didn't kill him first, the treatments surely would.

He thought there had to be a more humane way to treat cancer.

Kanzius did not have a medical background, not even a bachelor's degree, but he knew radios. He had built and fixed them since he was a child, collecting transmitters, transceivers, antennas and amplifiers, earning an amateur radio operator license. Kanzius knew how to send radio wave signals around the world. If he could transmit them into cancer cells, he wondered, could he then direct the radio waves to destroy tumors, while leaving healthy cells intact?

Awake in bed one night in 2003, as the clock ticked past 2, Kanzius pulled himself from beneath the covers, leaving his sleeping wife, Marianne. He staggered down a flight of stairs, grabbed some copper wires, boxes, antennas and Marianne's pie pans, and began building a machine.

For months, Kanzius tinkered, using the pie pans to create an electronic circuit, often waking Marianne with his clanging. By day, he sent her out with supply lists: mineral mixtures, metals, wires.

His early-morning experiments would lead him to one of the nation's top cancer researcher centers, and earn the support of a Nobel Prize winner.

When it came to electronics, Marianne had always known her husband was gifted. But still she worried: Was he going mad? "My God, honey," she thought, "none of the doctors can fix this. How can you?"

Kanzius' mother wanted him to be a priest or a doctor, but he followed his father, a technician and ham radio operator who taught his son to love electronics and told him they would soon take over the world.

When Kanzius was 22, after two years of trade school, he got a job at RCA as a technical assistant. On his first day, he fixed the company's color television transmitters, which had been the subject of lawsuits because they did not comply with Federal Communications Commission guidelines. He was promoted to the engineering department.

He worked at RCA for two years. In 1966, he took a job at a television station as director of engineering. Kanzius became president and co-owner of a television and radio station company in 1984. He retired in 2001.

In the winter of 2002 Kanzius felt soreness in his abdomen. On Good Friday, he went in for a CT scan. Doctors told him he had five to seven years to live.

The drive home felt like the longest of his life. On the way, he called Marianne. She noted that moment in her journal:

"I hadn't heard from him. Then the phone rang. 'Honey, it's bad. I have a tumor in my stomach. They're not certain, but they think it's non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.' The phone went silent."

He underwent chemotherapy, a few times a week for six months -- but he stayed upbeat, and doctors told him the cancer had gone into remission.

A year after his diagnosis, on Good Friday again, doctors gave him bad news: He had an aggressive type of cancer that had not actually gone into remission. They gave him nine months. Doctors said he needed a bone marrow transplant, and Kanzius traveled to M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston for a second opinion. During his visit, he noticed the children in the cancer ward. Kanzius went home thinking about them, and soon mapped out his idea.

He knew that metal would heat when exposed to radio waves. He wanted to focus the waves by inserting metal particles into tumors. The infused cells would be placed in a radiofrequency field. The waves would pass through the human body, and the particles injected into the cancer would heat and kill the cells without harming anything else.

He built a machine to send the waves, while undergoing his second round of chemotherapy. This time the treatments nearly killed him. He spent three or four days a week at the hospital, sometimes for as long as eight hours. He came home to rest, only to toil over his project.

By Christmas 2003, Kanzius could barely walk. Around that time, his 83-year-old mother died from lung cancer. Kanzius was too weak to board a plane for her funeral.

He drew pictures for Marianne, leaving them around the house. One showed him as a stick figure curled over a toilet as she took care of him. "A sign of real love," he wrote. "You are my reason for living."

Weary and weak, he tested his machine with hot dogs, then liver, then steak. He injected minerals into the meat and placed the slabs into his machine. To his delight, the injected portions of meat burned. But would it work on people?

Marianne marveled at his ingenuity and determination. She took a walk one night and noticed the brilliant colors of leaves soon to fall from trees.

"Is it a lesson in life?" she wrote in her journal. "Do we see how wonderful, how beautiful, how magnificent someone is, just as we're about to lose them?"

The worst of Kanzius' treatment was over by spring 2005, and the cancer this time was in remission.

Reinvigorated, Kanzius knew he needed to get the word out about his discovery. He had lunch with a competitor from his days in the news industry, the managing editor of a local newspaper. He told him about his project, and the editor assigned a reporter to find out more. By summer, articles began to appear, and the community grew interested.

Dr. David A. Geller, co-director of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's liver cancer program, read about Kanzius' machine and called him.

Kanzius had secured a patent for his machine, and asked a company that made transmitters to build a model. He sent it to the medical center so Geller could perform tests.

Kanzius shared his theory with his leukemia doctor at M.D. Anderson. Kanzius said he wanted to show his machine to Dr. Steven A. Curley, an oncologist on staff who specialized in radiofrequency cancer treatment.

Doctors already use a treatment called radiofrequency ablation to kill cancer. The method involves inserting needles into tumors and killing them with electrodes. The invasive procedure is limited because it can only reach certain sites, mostly small tumors, and it can damage healthy cells in the surrounding area.

Kanzius' doctor contacted Curley and told him he did not know whether his patient was mad, but his idea had attracted a lot of attention. Curley called Kanzius and asked whether he could find a substance that could attach to cancer cells and burn when hit with radio waves, sparing healthy cells.

Kanzius said he might be able to use nanoparticles, which are so small that 75,000 to 100,000 lined up side by side equal the width of a strand of human hair. He thought nanoparticles could potentially be directed to travel through the bloodstream and stick only to cancer cells -- a patient would swallow a pill or take a shot containing them. But would they burn?

Kanzius needed to get his hands on some nanoparticles.

Curley knew that Nobel Prize-winning chemist Richard Smalley, who specialized in nanoscience, was also being treated for cancer at M.D. Anderson. Curley got in touch with Smalley and explained Kanzius' theory.

Smalley did not think the nanoparticles would burn but agreed to give Curley two vials.

In June 2005, Curley met with Kanzius and Marianne. He pulled the vials of nanoparticles out of his suit jacket pocket, and Kanzius placed them in the radio field of his machine and turned it on.

They burned.

Marianne captured that day in her journal:

"John asked, 'Is this what you expected?' For the first time in my life, I realized that a smile starts behind the eyes before it starts at the mouth, for Steve responded, 'This is much more than I expected.' I watched his smile engulf his entire face."

Marianne finally realized: "Could what John's working on be real?" Curley phoned Smalley to tell him the news.

He remembered Smalley's response: "Holy God."

Smalley asked his colleagues at Rice University to work with Curley's team at M.D. Anderson on the project.

Shortly before he died in October 2005, Smalley made a final request to Curley, who would not forget his words: "Nothing has the potential to help people, to help patients, more than this. You have to promise me to keep doing this work."

With the project moving along, Kanzius invited scholars, politicians and scientists to Erie for demonstrations. This spring, a Canadian health minister had a random thought, after noticing how quickly condensation formed on the test tube walls during the process: With the world's need for fresh water, he asked Kanzius, could his machine be used to desalinate water?

A few weeks later, Kanzius tried to heat and distill water mixed with Morton's salt in a test tube, which he placed into his generator. He turned on the radio frequencies and held a match to the salt water.

Flames erupted.

The radio waves had weakened the bonds that held together the elements that made up the water, and ignited the hydrogen. The results left scientists excited by the possibility of separating hydrogen -- the most abundant element in the universe -- from salt water to use as a fuel.

Rustum Roy, a Penn State University chemist and water science expert, called it the most remarkable discovery in water science in the last century. His team is working on the saltwater project at Penn State, using Kanzius' machine.

The saltwater discovery pleased Kanzius, but the cancer project took precedence.

Four years after he came up with his idea, researchers continued experiments and killed human cancer cells in petri dishes using nanoparticles and his machine. They recently killed 100% of cancer cells grown in the livers of rabbits, using Kanzius' method.

Curley said the treatment is the most promising he has ever seen because it has the potential to kill cancer -- without invasive treatment or surgery -- that doctors currently have no way of detecting. The next step for scientists is to perfect a method of binding nanoparticles with antibodies that, when introduced into the bloodstream, will attach only to cancer cells while avoiding normal cells. He said the treatment could work on any kind of cancer, and he estimates clinical trials are three to four years away.

"Possible?" Curley said. "Yes. Not simple."

Last year, Kanzius began raising money for his research with the help of his neighbors. High school students held fundraisers, foundations offered grants, and children sold lemonade. Donations soon reached more than $1 million. This May, Erie officials gave Kanzius a key to the city and declared an official John Kanzius Day. A former Erie mayor announced a goal of raising $3 million to fund research.

But the accolades meant little if the wider medical community did not recognize the research. It had to be reviewed by a panel of medical experts and published in a scientific journal.

In June, scientists submitted manuscripts based on the findings to journals. Three months later, Curley called Kanzius with news: The manuscripts, with Kanzius listed as a co-author, would be published in December in Cancer, an oncology medical journal. The results appeared online last week.

Kanzius hung up and yelled the news to Marianne, who was watching television downstairs. She screamed.

At 63, Kanzius is still receiving treatment for his cancer, which has recurred. He knows the process he developed may not be ready in time to save his life, but the project was never about him. "I want to see the treatment work," he said. "That would be my thanks."

For Marianne, the journey led her to question her faith in God, only to have it reaffirmed.

She is hopeful the invention will help future generations, but she lives in terror, staying up at night to make sure Kanzius is still breathing. She cannot imagine waking up without her husband beside her.

"I'm selfish," she said. "If something can help him, I would like this to help him.

"Yes, I hope."

Copyright © 2007, The Los Angeles Times

true true

learn online

improve computer skills
learn foreign languages
learn to cook

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Can comeone Photoshop me too?

Please someone!
Do something like this to my picture !

want to get a letter from Santa?

Well some people have made a business out of sending letters "from Santa":
this is my favourite, because I really wish it were all real...
Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

flirting taken to the next level

There will always be people for whom flirting is as easy as breathing. For the rest of the people, I found a website that provides a guide to flirting, and I actually enjoyed reading it! It is written from the scientific point of view and it is a good source of ideas for flirting:)

Have fun but be safe!

Friday, November 23, 2007

not funny at all....we should think about that!

football through benoculars

incredible how funny this can be especially if you watch it from fork so you can't laugh out laud:)

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Christian Nasulea

Why does he get a whole entry? Because he is an ex coleague from my university and he is also a good friend. He has a blog and as good friends do, we spread the news:)
So read his also, he has some interesting things to say!

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

What is hope without pain?

It is funny and sad at the same time.
Hope should not be broken into little pieces like that.

Humanitary project
We should all help, especially because WE CAN!

I always wanted to grow mushrooms

now I can do that virtually:)

woman slashed for being raped...and this is nowadays people!!!!

free music finally...and legally
when is this going to happen for movies and tv shows ?

How the Rotaract has fun

and because I also have friends who blog
My friend Arina, although in Romanian but same humour, that's why I like her so much!

Demotivation works better than motivation?

I always enjoyed a portion of black humour.

Monday, November 19, 2007

I bet you didn't know Coke controls your brain

It seams they studied the reaction people have in the cortex while drinking Coca Cola and Pepsi, and the results were compared to blind testing. Not very surprisingly, the Coca Cola triggers emotional responses from the users.

So next time you want to drink Coke, you should try to find out if you are really making the decision or if the Coke is calling out directly to your brain.

despre istoria Tiganilor

Romanian president can be heard(registered tape)

explaining the importance of the Referendum and the European Parliament elections on the 25 November 2007.

Unfortunately I am in Germany and cannot participate, but I strongly advice all that might read this and are Romanian citizens presently in Romania, to go and vote!

Nu va uitati la asa ceva la serviciu

decat daca va puteti abtine de la a nu am reusit sa ma uit pana la coada ca ma pufnea rasul in birou

What are the causes for so many obese people? Have genes anything to do with it?

read and find out and we can debate upon it also.

and I also recomend the films "Super size me"( and Idiocracy (

The second one starts exactly by presenting the idea that inteligent people have less children, and later in life, as uposed to not so inteligent people who have lots of kids and so the overall inteligence level is being lowered by this trend.

Also the second group have lots of children although many lack the material resources to care properly for their ofspring, and so their children are unintentionally forced to remain in the same low social class where their parents came from.

Life is so complicated sometimes, and solutions so hard to find.

Ashkenazi intelligence, mutations discovered by U scientists - News

Ashkenazi intelligence, mutations discovered by U scientists - News

and further on the topic:

here is the paper that the article is talking about:

Friday, November 16, 2007

My lol pics- I made them!

is inteligence related to race?

James Watson, the Nobel-winning biologist said in an interview about the African inhabitants : "All our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours - whereas all the testing says not really"

Can this be backed up with evidence?
I have further investigated the subject and found interesting opinions. My conclusion based on what I have read about is that if there are any significant IQ diferences, they are due to diferent gene development and environment pressure, this being observed also in countries with gaps between the poor and uneducated people and the rich and educated ones. School makes a diference. Education received at home makes a diference.
Poverty, the lack of water, food, clothing, any material resources, lack of power to work due to hunger and desease, they all keep many people from developing to their full potential, and not just in Africa.
The problem with all this mess is that it can not be oficially written that there is an inate intelligence diference between races, because that will lead to a new holocaust.
People cannot deal with the fact that we might be diferent BUT WE ALL HAVE EQUAL RIGHTS.
As Watson said in an attempt to explain what he meant : "This is not a discussion about superiority or inferiority, it is about seeking to understand differences, about why some of us are great musicians and others great engineers."
There are no two people alike on this planet, and that makes us UNIQUE.
My sugestion is: " LIVE, AND LET LIVE!

Info from Wikipedia on inteligence and race:


A new game emerges from behind paintball. And it's catching on fast. I have a friend who started a business in Sibiu, prividing equipment and amo for this game. Imagine Paintball, only more adrenaline packed, and more realistic setting.
I can't wait to shoot my way through the woods:)
the address is
Let the best wo(man)win!

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Hunger and World Poverty

"About 25,000 people die every day of hunger or hunger-related causes, according to the United Nations. This is one person every three and a half seconds, as you can see on this display. Unfortunately, it is children who die most often.

Yet there is plenty of food in the world for everyone. The problem is that hungry people are trapped in severe poverty. They lack the money to buy enough food to nourish themselves. Being constantly malnourished, they become weaker and often sick. This makes them increasingly less able to work, which then makes them even poorer and hungrier. This downward spiral often continues until death for them and their families.

There are effective programs to break this spiral. For adults, there are “food for work” programs where the adults are paid with food to build schools, dig wells, make roads, and so on. This both nourishes them and builds infrastructure to end the poverty. For children, there are “food for education” programs where the children are provided with food when they attend school. Their education will help them to escape from hunger and global poverty."

Hunger and World Poverty Sources: United Nations World Food Program (WFP), Oxfam, UNICEF.
Cited form the website

Let's feed the world!

About FreeRice

FreeRice is a sister site of the world poverty site,

FreeRice has two goals:

1. Provide English vocabulary to everyone for free.
2. Help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free.

This is made possible by the sponsors who advertise on this site.

Whether you are CEO of a large corporation or a street child in a poor country, improving your vocabulary can improve your life. It is a great investment in yourself.

Perhaps even greater is the investment your donated rice makes in hungry human beings, enabling them to function and be productive. Somewhere in the world, a person is eating rice that you helped provide. Thank you.

de pe un alt cam potriveste si aici...

Atat de mare diferenta intre Est si Vest

Si cand spun asta ma refer doar la nemti intre ei. Diferente incredibile de umilinta, superioritate, zambete sincere si false, speranta si normalitate. Parca am fi noi si Europa. Iar cand vine vorba iar de ei si noi, asa de sensibili sunt nemtii la orice, incat nu cred ca ar rezista o zi cu umorul romanesc. Pai daca cumva indraznesti sa iei un neamt peste picior, prieten sau nu, nu te iarta cat traieste. Sa-si fi pierdut simtul umorului odata cu ridicarea nasului? Oricum, nu va puneti cot la cot cu nemtii la baut bere, fetele ma refer, ca va baga sub masa rapid nemtoaicele. Am ramas interzisa cand am vazut ca la orice intalnire amicala se da cu bere peste orice. Atata bere bauta de o fata nu am vazut in viata mea, iar cand vad ca toate beau bere ma intreb: oare vor sa fie acceptate de barbati in randul lor sau pur si simplu le place berea? Si daca e varianta a doua, atunci de ce in Romania femeile nu beau bere decat rar?

Monday, November 12, 2007

cel mai rapid iepure din lume

stiam eu ca nu sunt singura care...

vede happy faces peste tot... un blog despre imaginatie si cum sa te distrezi in fiecare zi

Pentru toti cei care credeau ca au cel mai naspa roommate
atentie, poate contine vulgaritati....but oh so true....

un blog cu poze....sau mai multe

Who rules the media world?
Interesant de stiut de unde vine toata informatia.

Cine vrea sa vada cum ii cresc banii in banca din propria munca?
si daca vrei sa vezi un crevete care alearga pe banda rulata(super funny pentru mine care tocmai am facut acelasi lucru sambata)

M-am apucat de pus intrebari existentiale

Daca imi raspunde careva poate iese si vreo statistica ceva.
Oricum eu sunt agnostica teista in cazul in care se intreba careva de unde m-a apucat asa deodata filozofarea. Si am ajuns la intrebarile despre viata, viitor si trecut, si degeaba ma tot framant eu ca n-au reusit altii mai intelepti ca mine sa raspunda la intrebarile astea, de unde oi reusi eu...

Mi-am pus tot imi placea mie statistica:)

Asa ca de acum inainte pot sa vad cat de singura sunt pe aici....sau poate nu, cine stie, poate s-o fi ratacit careva pe aici....


De curand am descoperit lumea fascinanta a comics-urilor. Nu o sa insir toate benzile cu care ma delectez, dar postez adresa unde puteti citi preferata mea.
Calvin & Hobbes, desi autorul nu mai are alte benzi noi, toate sunt atat de actuale si umorul cu care sunt presarate ma lipeste de fiecare data de monitor. Asa ciudat suna uneori expresiile americane traduse in romana:))

Store checking

Viata in departamentul de marketing poate sa fie si fun. Mai ales cand ma pune sefa sa ma joc de-a hotii si vardistii prin magazine, adica sa fac poze produselor din raft fara sa fiu prinsa de angajatii din raion. Pare simplu, dar sunt multi, si mai sunt si camerele video de luat in considerare. Asa ca e munca de detectiv particular dea dreptul.
Apoi vine o vreme cand ti se spune "cumpara produsul X" care evident ca se vinde numai intr-un anumit lant de magazine, dar nu ti se si spune care. Si apuca-te si plimba-te si cauta de nebuna, pana cand gasesti, sau nu, produsul mult dorit. Evident ca trebuie sa fie ceva obscur de gen detergentul de vase ORO, de care nu a auzit nimeni, angajatii nu stiu daca vand asa ceva, ambalajul e total plain si blended intre celelalte si cand ajungi acasa te doare capul de la atatea cautari.

De ce ma intreaba toata lumea daca ma mai intorc?

Pai ar fi cateva "mici" lucruri care m-ar face sa nu ma mai intorc, si o gramada de lucruri care ma fac sa vreau sa ajung cat mai repede acasa.
Azi incepem cu doua din cele pozitive pentru Germania.
De dimineata la radio au anuntat ca din cauza vremii reci(a se citi 3 grade afara) doua scoli din Niedersachsen (zona in care locuiesc) vor fi inchise azi, pe seama incalzirii centrale care nu functioneaza.
Cum ar fi aratat asta la noi? Ceva de genul: Parinti, imbracati-va mai gros copii azi ca iar nu avem caldura!
A doua e mai mult o peripetie prin care am trecut, si care m-a facut sa ma gandesc ca la noi nu s-ar fi intamplat asa ceva nici peste 10 ani. Venind de la discoteca intr-o seara, cu masina, am fost oprita de politie, dar nu oricum, ci in mers, m-au urmarit vreo 5 km, dupa care m-au tras pe dreapta intr-o benzinarie. De ce m-au urmarit atat? Pentru ca m-au vazut ca eram o femeie singura in masina si era intuneric afara si nu au avut alt loc public luminat mai devreme. Asa da!
Si asa de incheiere tre sa spun si una rea, ca sa fie egalitate.
Daca din greaseala, uitare sau lene, ajungi sa ai nevoie sa cumperi ceva duminica, GHINION. Tot e inchis, in afara de benzinarii. Si nici alea toate. Asa ca prima saptamana am luat tzapa, si am ramas nemancata!Si cand zic nimic, inseamna ca singura solutie a fost sa ma duc la restaurant, ca era singura sursa de mancare.
o sa mai revin cu altele

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

despre ignoranta

Hai sa vorbim despre Almighty Google, sau mai bine zis, hai sa vorbim despre sutele de companii ale caror nume integral l-am cautat pe Google si nu am reusit sa ajung la pagina lor oficiala de prezentare. De ce oare nu are Google siteurile astea indexate? De ce oare intrii pe pagina de indexari la google si te pun sa iti indexezi singur site-ul daca vrei sa apari in cautari?

Bine, hai sa il lasam pe Google la o parte. Eu vreau sa stiu cati sefi de companie si-au cautat singuri firma pe internet dupa nume, sau dupa domeniu de afaceri.

Oare oamenii astia nu sunt interesati sa le si gaseasca lumea siteul?

Incredibil, nu se intampla doar la noi, se intampla si in Austria, Germania si Elvetia. De unde stiu asta? Pai eu lucrez de 2 saptamani la o baza de date cu firme ale caror sedii se afla in aceste tari si care „ intamplator” 50% nu apar in cautarile Google pe prima pagina.

Sa trecem si de cautari si sa ne luam acum de cei care si-au facut un site, si care ar trebui sa contina informatii pentru posibilii clienti care le-ar intra pe pagina, nu? Ei bine, NU. 25% doar au informatii despre marimea companiei, cifra de afaceri, numar de angajati si profitabilitate. Oare cei 75% nu au avut niciodata nevoie de datele altei firme ca sa vada cat de imposibil de gasit sunt? Oameni buni, degeaba internet, degeaba technologie, degeaba performanta, daca ne impiedicam de asemenea detalii.

Hai ca maine o fi mai bine!

E oficial

Oare a aparut si in Romania noua ciocolata Milka? Deoarece sint foarte inglijorata de soarta jobului marmotei. Ciocolata nu va mai fi invelita in staniol; ce va face oare? isi va gasi un alt job, alaturi de urs, poate paza la discoteca?
Oricum, daca apare pe piata, si daca e si in noua cutie, atunci trebuie sa anunt ca acel dispozitiv din cutie care face mareata sarcina de a impinge ciocolata sa stea dreapta, e produs de (nu pot sa spun de cine) dar clar e ca ma joc zilnic cu asa ceva:))
Asa ca daca marmota are nevoie de un job, sa vina la mine si poate o angajez sa ma maseze si pe mine ca pe producatoarea de lapte din reclama(ok ok vaca era).
Pofta buna!


Oare cum s-o simti bunica mea, care a vazut tot de la tramvaiul cu cai, la masina, avion, PC, mobil, internet. Cred ca un pic nostalgica si inca un pic depasita de technologie.
Citeam azi ca o bunica de 95 de ani a primit cadou de la fiul ei prea zgarcit, un blog. Si pentru ca scrie despre viata ei, a devenit cea mai in varsta blogger-ita. Si are si succes, se pare ca sunt la mare cautare sfaturile ei in randul tinerilor.
Ar trebui sa ii fac si eu bunicii mele un blog, ca am invatat destule de la ea:)

Monday, August 27, 2007

am doua ca fac poze asa multe de nu mai am loc de ele:)

Hai sa construim centura Sibiului
In caz ca se va ajunge undeva cu petitia asta...vreau sa simt ca am contribuit si eu :)

Friday, June 08, 2007

Cam de multisor...nimic

Revin dupa multe luni,
Acum sunt departe, nici in Sibiu nici in Bucuresti.Eh, departe.Cine ma stie, cunoaste.
Am primit azi un mail in care eram provocata sa pun o intrebare. Am pus 3. Imi astept raspunsurile foarte curioasa.
Cred ca ma las de fumat(cred ca pentru asta ar trebui sa ma apuc intai, dar intotdeauna am vrut sa zic asta:))
Oricum ciudata povestea cu blogurile, ca deocamdata imi scriu mie, ca nu mai citeste nimeni chestia asta. Unii sunt faimosi am auzit...ehe...
oricum am si poze pe google...da, o sa adaug linkul.
Hai ca cica si la astia se munceste in timpul programului asa ca tre s-o las mai moale cu statul:)