Why isn't anybody doing anything?

Well, actually, a lot of people are doing something. Here is a small list of links I have found searching for people who care. If you want to help, I am sure you can join one of those. Canada: Occupy: Freeman: US: http://www.pacalliance.us/introduction/

Posted in , , | Posted on 15 May 2012 10:57by somekool |

National Debt SCAM or why your income tax are used to increase banks wealth

For every 1000$ you have in the bank, they will loan 100,000$ over time and collect interest on it. That's how money is created. The national debt is the size of the economy. We want to economy to grow and only through debt it grows. They don't want us to copy music and movies but they have been copying our money for hundred of years without us saying a word about it. How many friends can borrow your car at a single time? You'd guess 1 friend per car as you don't know how to clone your car, uh? Well, they clone our money like people P2P songs. Without this system, we would have need to find gold metals and create products for every paper money to be printed. The economy could not have boomed and some 0.001% could not have made trillion in the last 40 years on our hard work. income tax on labour work is mostly to pay interest to bank, making sure they are getting richer and economy is "healthy", ahem ... wealthy. The entire system will have to change or we will crash, unless we forgot about all of our debt. Keep our house and cars and we all stop paying the loan we have. But then that's unfair to those who paid their loan or paid attention not to have any? Well what is fair? People, you have to think about it and to talk about it. It's your life and your children life. I say, we all take our money out of the bank and stop paying our loan on the same day.

Posted in , , | Posted on 16 Mar 2012 21:37by somekool |

Good news / Bad news

as usual, good news does not come alone. But today is a great news, built in Quebec, [The Zenn](http://www.zenncars.com/) is the first 100% electric car. The weird part of the story is that the canadian government won't let it hit the shelves in Canada.

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Posted in , , | Posted on 25 Oct 2007 15:45by somekool |

We have got to do something...

please watch this 2 hours movie. [http://zeitgeistmovie.com/](http://zeitgeistmovie.com/) and comment below about what WE can do.

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Posted in , | Posted on 05 Sep 2007 14:42by somekool |

Best War Movie : Letters from Iwo Jima

This movie just came out yesterday, strange coincidence I was passing by the theater. This is pure Chef-d'oeuvre. I wish I could have understood more, but what I could understand was enough to make me learn enough about the story. It's fully japanese movie, but has been produced by Clint Eastwood. So, it got this final hollywood touch. Fortunately without breaking the whole thing. Like [Memoirs of a Geisha (2005)](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0397535/) was way too much Holliwoodize. [Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)](http://imdb.com/title/tt0498380/) Is excellent and tells us a 4-6 months story with a 36 days attack. An attack the US had planned to succeed in 5 days. On a off-topic note, it really seems the story is repeating itself when I heard yesterday [Bush says that had not succeed as fast as they has planned](http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061208/NATION/612080316/1008). I'm not too sure what he believes he succeeded there. but as I said. I'm off-topic. So the US was planning to get on Iwo Jima island to build a base and attack Japan's main island. Japan was already week at this moment, so US thought it would take only 5 days. this movies is so rough. and teach you so much about Japanese culture. It is very excellent. Now I really want to watch [Flags of Our Fathers (2006)](http://imdb.com/title/tt0418689/). Its "Letters from Iwo Jima"'s little sister. Basically, Clint Eastwood made two movies, one with the Japanese view and the other one about the US view. it's gotta be a Hit as well. Wait no longer. Go Watch it.

Posted in , , , | Posted on 09 Dec 2006 18:57by somekool |

Big Brother is my friend

So I am not gonna talk for 5 pages long about what is dangerous, good, bad or not about our new Big Brothers. But recently I have decided to be happy and to make people around me as happy as possible. And that means taking on services that makes my life easier for me and the people around me. So that includes * writing whatever I am thinking about on a [fully indexed](http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=site%3Ablog.somekool.net&btnG=Google+Search) [blog](http://blog.somekool.net). * Putting 98% of [my pictures](http://gallery.somekool.net/) on the Internet without thinking too much about who can see what? (yes 98%, I still got a private life, what do you think....) * Using [gmail](http://gmail.com) as my #1 mail client and finally accepting the fact my emails are stored on someone else server. But hey, gmail CAN run fully under https (not like hotmail which only pass the login through https). That means that nobody can access my email, except me and Big Brother of course. * And Yes, that also includes keeping my budget and [writing and tracking all my incomes and expenses](http://justbudget.com) on a website, online. But that again, it's password protected and only me can access my data. And well, Big Brother.

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Posted in , , | Posted on 12 Nov 2006 06:21by somekool |

Discussion/Débat télé au Japon

Alors, j'écoutais la télévision il y a de ça quelques jours. Ils avaient un débat plutôt chaud incluant une trentaine de personne je dirais. Le type d'émission que j'avais déjà vu assez regulièrement au Québec. C'est dommage que je ne pouvais pas tout comprendre. Le vocabulaire étant compliqué et le Tempo un peu difficile à suivre. Cela dit, le débat est demeuré des plus intérressants. L'expression des gens en dis beaucoup sur leur opinion et les différents niveau d'intensité que les gens emploie. Sur un plan communicatif, on en apprends énormément à regarder un débat comme celui-ci. Mais encore plus intéressants, était les sujets. J'ai pris connaissances des deux premier sujets qui ont été traité. Cliquez le titre de cette article pour lire la suite de l'article.
**Le premier** auquel j'ai assisté traitait d'éducation. À savoir s'y le gouvernement devrais inscrire 'Culture en Ferme' à l'école primaire. Au départ, ça m'a paru un peu étrange. Mais par la suite, en y pensant un peu, j'ai trouvé ça vraiment brillant. Il faut savoir à tout d'abord qu'une grande partie du Japon est un peu, beaucoup, campagnarde. Que les jeunes d'aujourd'hui, comme partout dans le monde, avec la technologie s'intéresse de moins en moins à l'agriculture. Le Japon étant bâti sur des îles, le coup de transport, de poste et de livraison est assez cher. Et de toute façon, se nourrir de bouffe État-Uniennes et Chinoises. Non Merci!. Pauvre être-humain que nous sommes, à jamais nous devrons manger. Donc, pour le Japon et comme tout les pays, l'agriculture demeure crucial et pour balancer avec le manque d'intérets de la relève, quoi de mieux que de l'inscrire au curriculum dès la petites école. Tous les enfants aime joué dans la bout, après-tout. Tout ce que j'ai dis jusqu'à présent me semple plutôt standard. Pratiquement tout le monde devrais avoir cette réflections assez rapidement, même si bon nombre de personne pu croire l'idée superflu et farfelu. Mais il y a autre chose à laquelle j'ai pensé. Je ne veux pas apporter d'idées noires mais faut quand même rester réalistes. S'il y a une chose que personne ne soit sur, c'est bien du futur. Personne ne peut dire quand une autre grande guerre éclatera, un catatlisme naturelle incroyable ou encore une attaque des martiens. Résultats? Le monde tel qu'on le connait aujourd'hui peu changer de directions à tout moments. Plus de gens sauront être auto-suffisant et puisse être capable de se nourrir sans ressources modernes. Plus l'avenir de l'humanité sera assurer. À question que l'on souhaite toujours assurer l'avenir de l'humanité, bien entendu. (sourir) **Le deuxième** sujet fut à propos, bien entendu de la Corée du Nord. Cela faisait en réalité un petit bout de temps que j'en avais entendu parler. Enfin, rien depuis qu'ils ont annoncé vouloir reprendre les discussions. Une certain personne à eu une autre de ces idées qui vous paraîtra possiblement farfelu. Le Japon acheterait l'ensemble nucléaire de la Corée-du-Nord. Je crois que ce serait un choix judicieusement brillant. Après la deuxième guerre mondial, même si le Japon à décidé de ne plus faire la guerre à tout pris, ils ont quand même conservé et rebâtis une armé de défense. Sans parcontre avoir de technologie nucléaire. Si le Japon laisserait les État-Uniens s'occupé du tout, ils demeureraient les quasi-protégé des État-Unis sans technologie nucléaire à eux. Même si la relation entre les État-Unis et le Japon est excellente, ce que les État-Unis décideront de faire dans l'avenir reste inconnu de tous. Surtout avec un prochain George Mc. Bush Jr. potentiel. Être un petit protégé à ses avantages, mais lorsque l'on a l'habitude d'être auto-suffisant et l'histoire empirique que le Japon possèede, être un protégé est plutôt génant. Donc il font penser à long terme et être capable de subvenir à sa propre sécurité. Le Japon n'acheterais pas seulement leur technologie, leur savoir et leur matériel mais passerait également un accord afin que la Corée du Nord ne reconstruisent pas le tout aussitôt. Voir Jamais. Pour la Corée du Nord, cette vente représenterait beaucoup d'argent qui aiderait le pays à se repartir du bon pied avec des idées, on l'espère, plus positive.

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Posted in , , | Posted on 12 Nov 2006 03:40by somekool |

Is this art? what does it makes you think?

Is this art? what does it makes you think? comment below ![art?](/files/what_is_art.png)

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Posted in , , , | Posted on 10 Nov 2006 00:07by somekool |

My girlfriend is looking at boobies.

So I am working on my computer next to my girlfriend. From time to time she tells me "look". And there is this series of celebrities with big boobs on her screen. So I say "that's it, my girlfriend is looking at boobs on the internet". I thought "I really gotta blog about it." and she reply. "No, no, I'm looking at who got plastic surgery". hahahhahaha, ain't it funny? where is the difference come on. when she told me that, I was really convinced I needed to share it with the world. come on readers, how many of you have a girlfriend looking at boobs on the internet, hiding behind fashion's sakes?

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Posted in , | Posted on 25 Oct 2006 05:55by somekool |

So much professionalism from thoses Zencart programmer

diff -r admin-languages/english/password_forgotten.php ../worldshop/admin/includes/languages/english/password_forgotten.php
20c20
< // $Id: password_forgotten.php 1105 2005-04-04 22:05:35Z birdbrain $
---
> // $Id: password_forgotten.php 4347 2006-09-02 19:02:26Z drbyte $
28,29c28,29
< define('ERROR_WRONG_EMAIL_NULL', '

Nice try mate :-P

'); < define('SUCCESS_PASSWORD_SENT', '

Success: A new password has been sent to your e-mail address.

'); --- > define('ERROR_WRONG_EMAIL_NULL', '

Go away gooberbrain :-P

'); > define('SUCCESS_PASSWORD_SENT', '

A new password has been sent to your e-mail address.

');
This is a diff between an english language file from zencart 1.3 to 1.3.5 Big question is, how many zencart user wants to call their customers "mate" or better "gooberbrain" when they enter a wrong password. god damn maybe even funnier, I was looking for a Japanese language pack on [their forum](http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/showthread.php?t=35634&page=3). The files are available through a [SVN repository](https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zencart-jp/zen-cart-v1.3-l10n-jp/trunk/includes/languages/). but the guy is too stupid to realize the files can be fetch using svn. and [propose publicaly to everyone to download every single files by hand.](http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/showpost.php?p=214141&postcount=22). Next another very brave guy went and download them all and offer us [a zip of his patient work](http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/showpost.php?p=219109&postcount=23). So kind of him.... Did I ever mention when do I think of patient program who does not care going the long way and not do thing properly. well its another subject I guess. Later the first guy propose some windows software to [downthemall](http://www.zen-cart.com/forum/showpost.php?p=246451&postcount=52) in five pages of forum thread nobody ever realize this was a SVN repository.
svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zencart-jp/zen-cart-v1.3-l10n-jp/trunk/includes/languages/ front-store-languages
svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/zencart-jp/zen-cart-v1.3-l10n-jp/trunk/admin/includes/languages/ admin-languages
Conclusion? go ahead, get yourself a shopping cart from one of those expert. They definitely have the patience to get the job done.

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Posted in , , | Posted on 24 Oct 2006 18:39by somekool |

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