zt【人生十二难】 4/24/2011 22:50
1,最难留住的:光阴;2,最难把握的:机遇;3,最难做好的:细节;4,最难处理的:关系;5,最难改变的:习惯;6,最难得到的:人心;7,最难分配的:利益;8,最难控制的:情绪;9,最难战胜的:自己;10,最难找到的:知音;11,最难抵挡的:诱惑;12,最难提高的:素质。
zt:弄丢了 4/16/2011 12:03
传说韩寒语录:

上幼儿园,把天真弄丢了;上小学,把童年弄丢了;上初中,把快乐弄丢了;上高中,把思想弄丢了;上大学,把追求弄丢了;毕业,把专业弄丢了;工作,把锋芒弄丢了;恋爱,把理智?弄丢了;按揭,把下半生弄丢了;结婚,把激情弄丢了;当官后,把自己弄丢了
有这种事? 4/10/2011 17:41
zt:转自:
http://t.sina.com.cn/1792163595/wr4mLn8T3v

说个真实的事情:我朋友认识一个清洁工,已婚,6年前嫌工作累,辞了,剃度出家,当了假和尚,收入翻番;不久后换了个庙,混上了执事,收入翻番;过了两年,原主持退休,他接任,月入过万;去年,承包了一个新庙,雇了一个主持和方丈,自己还俗,买车买房,年入百万;如今,正在考虑寺庙连锁事宜……
涨声响起来(歪歌) 2/13/2011 21:50
也说“非2” 1/02/2011 22:05
首次去Boston Common AMC 看了国产大片“非诚勿扰2“,
比 预期要失望,场面奢华,风景如画,美女如云,但不知影片要讲什么故事,莫明其妙。搞一大堆匪轶所思的事。台词苍白,感到导演编剧多已到了黔驴技穷,江郎才尽了。

到是片里一首诗可一记:
《见与不见》仓央嘉措

你见 或者不见我

我就在那里

不悲不喜


你念 或者不念我

情就在那里

不来不去


你爱 或者不爱我

爱就在那里

不增不减


你跟 或者不跟我

我的手就在你手里

不舍不弃


来我的怀里

或者 让我住进你的心里

黯然 相爱

寂静 欢喜
Toronto airport 8/12/2010 10:20
Arrived here 8.13am this morning, have to wait untill 12.05, fly to Shanghai.

还是第一次到多伦都机场,候机厅很亮敞,逛逛里面的店,卖的多是美国的书刊,感觉和在美国机场一样。还好有无线上网,可看看生活网,否则等机很无聊。
上海开车? 8/07/2010 12:19
马上要回上海休假2周,有谁知道美国驾照能在上海租车开车吗?

问刚回来的"开会":除苏杭外,上海周边还有什么特值得一去的新旅游线路吗?上海有什么新美食餐馆印象深?

谢了!
又淹了 3/31/2010 11:00
Bastment flooding again. Mad since yesterday afternoon
But this time under control, have two pump work.
淹了 3/16/2010 00:33
这次BASEMENT 终于淹了 Mad
早上打电给所有的PLUMBER,都在忙.
最后总算找到一个有PLUMB,才开始排水.

WHO IS LUCK BASEMENT STILL GOOD THIS TIME?
Cape Cod 观鲸 8/30/2009 22:19
上星期在CAPECOD 休假,出海看鲸,还真看到几条:

wale2


wale1

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温网对决.... 7/05/2009 11:06
10.58AM,正在一吃早饭一边看温网决赛,打到第3局,各输赢一局,费王还能赢吗?
Today-Crane Estate 5/02/2009 23:15
今去了这个地方,发几张:

Crane Estat2


Crane Estate1


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Snow, snow, snow 12/20/2008 10:06
还在下,要出去把车道挖出来.又要劳动了.
明天还要下.
祝大家铲雪愉快!
I find this one more interesting and easily to read:

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/09/17/beck.wallstreet/index.html
一本关于西藏的书 4/09/2008 23:31
最近藏独闹的挺凶.正好在图书馆借到一本书:<天葬-西藏的命运>作者:王力雄.
本书观点中立,用史实叙述,从唐代讲到现代90年代的西藏.一口气看完.
有趣的是讲到文革时,寺庙砸了,喇嘛散了,藏民家里挂老毛象,把老毛当神信.那时没有藏独问题.但老邓时期,老毛神话没了,宗教政策落实了,庙重修了,喇嘛又多了,藏人又重信达赖喇嘛,于是乎藏独愈演愈烈.
本书几年前出版已预见藏独还会暴乱,不幸言中.
Johann, this today news, are u happy now:

Employers Slash Jobs by Most in 5 Years
Friday March 7, 10:38 am ET
By Jeannine Aversa, AP Economics Writer

Employers Slash 63,000 Jobs in February, Most in 5 Years, Feeding Recession Fears
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Employers slashed jobs by 63,000 in February, the most in five years, the starkest sign yet the country is heading dangerously toward recession or is in one already.
The Labor Department's report, released Friday, also showed that the nation's unemployment rate dipped to 4.8 percent as hundreds of thousands of people -- perhaps discouraged by their prospects -- left the civilian labor force. The jobless rate was 4.9 percent in January.
Job losses were widespread, with hefty cuts coming from construction, manufacturing, retailing, financial services and a variety of professional and business services. Those losses swamped gains elsewhere including education and health care, leisure and hospitality, and the government.
The latest snapshot of the nation's employment climate underscored the heavy toll of the housing and credit crises on companies, jobseekers and the overall economy.
To provide relief to persistent credit problems, the Federal Reserve announced Friday additional steps to inject cash into the nation's financial system to keep banks lending to customers.
The central bank will increase the amount of loans it will auction to banks on March 10 and March 24 to $50 billion each, up from the $30 billion apiece originally planned.
The Fed also said that starting Friday it will enlarge another series of transactions, called repurchase agreements, so that they will pump a net total of $100 billion into the financial system at any one time.
The Labor report also showed that the job losses suffered in January were worse than the government first reported. Employers cut 22,000 jobs, versus 17,000.
It was the first monthly back-to-back job losses since May and June 2003, when the job market was still struggling to recover from the blows of the 2001 recession.
The health of the nation's job market is a critical factor shaping how the overall economy fares. If companies continue to cut back on hiring, that will spell more trouble.
"It certainly solidifies the notion that the economy has fallen into a recession," said Ken Mayland, economist at ClearView Economics.
Friday's report was much weaker than economists were expecting. They were forecasting employers to boost payrolls by around 25,000. However, they were expecting the jobless rate to edge up to 5 percent. The reason why the jobless rate went down, rather than up, is because so many people stopped looking for work and left the labor force.
Workers with jobs, however, saw modest wage gains.
Average hourly earnings for jobholders rose to $17.80 in February, a 0.3 percent increase from the previous month. That was on target with economists' forecasts. Over the last 12 months, wages were up 3.7 percent. With high energy and food prices, though, workers may feel squeezed and feel like their paychecks aren't stretching that far.
With the economy losing momentum, fears have grown that the country in on the brink of its first recession since 2001 or is in one already.
Economic growth slowed to a near standstill of just a 0.6 percent pace in the final quarter of last year. Many economists predict growth in the January-to-March quarter will be worse -- around a 0.4 percent pace. Some believe the economy is shrinking now.
Spreading fallout from the housing and credit debacles are the main factors behind the economic slowdown. People and businesses alike are feeling the strains and have turned cautious. Adding to the stresses on pocketbooks, budgets and the economy: skyrocketing energy prices. Oil prices have set a string of record highs in recent days. Gasoline prices have marched higher, too.
To help shore up the economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke signaled last week that the central bank is prepared to lower interest rates again. Economists predict another cut on March 18, the Fed's next meeting. The Fed, which has been slicing the rate since September, recently turned more forceful. It slashed the rate by 1.25 percentage points in the course of just eight days in January -- the biggest one-month reduction in a quarter century.
The White House and Congress, meanwhile, speedily enacted an economic relief package, including tax rebates for people and tax breaks for businesses. That -- along with the Fed's rate cuts -- should help give a lift to the economy in the second half of this year, says Bernanke.
Still, unemployment is expected to move higher this year. The Federal Reserve predict the jobless rate will rise to as high as 5.3 percent in 2008. Last year, the unemployment rate averaged 4.6 percent.
All the economy's troubles are putting people in a gloomy mood.
According to the RBC Cash Index, confidence sank to a mark of 33.1 in early March, the worst reading since the index began in 2002.
Onlin See Cun Wan 2/06/2008 11:53
At office working and watch Cun Wan on online, here is link

http://www.backchina.com/newspage/2008/02/06/146023.shtml
雪!雪!雪! 12/20/2007 10:50
又下雪 frustrated ,这月第四场雪.
请假在家,不想象上次一样在路上困3.5小时.
SOWA 7/24/2007 23:37
都知道NYC 有个SOHO区,但有人也许不知BOSTON 几年前也试图形成类似区叫SOWA:
http://www.boston.com/news/local/articles/2005/09/05/sowa_eabo_boston_plays_name_game/

去看过一次,已粗具规模,都是旧厂房翻新的画廊,公寓,STUDIO,CAFFE,在CHINATOWN和SOUTH END之间的地段,是个艺术家成堆的地方,这是他们的网页:
http://www.sowaartwalk.com/about_us.htm

每年5月的OPEN STUDIO DAY,可参观许多艺术家的家-STUDIO,平时最好是星期日去看,有一个周日OPEN MARKET,还有许多画廊OPEN,这里有地点和DIR:
http://www.southendopenmarket.com/

上次喝咖啡时和屯里名画家谈起,她具然也不知SOWA,所以把以上网址找出以备录.
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