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It is with a heavy heart that we have decided to retire our beloved Forum Detroit. It has served the Polonia Detroit for over 10 years, and was a source of joy for many. However, after many months of inactivity, the time has come to bid it farewell.
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Ostatnio edytowany przez zoomboy (11.19.2008 23:42:10)
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Ostatnio edytowany przez zoomboy (12.10.2008 00:27:39)
Ostatnio edytowany przez zoomboy (12.10.2008 00:26:15)
What A Handy Tool!
THIS IS THE COOLEST THING SINCE THE INVENTION OF THE TV REMOTE CONTROL
Just Point and click !
CLICK HERE > http://www.allmyfaves.com/
Pick a site ! 'BOOM' There it is !
Matka albo tez Ojciec wszystkich "wyszukiwarek internetowych" http://www.allmyfaves.com/
Czyż wasz doktor nie jest geniuszem, na swoja małą skale?
Ostatnio edytowany przez zoomboy (12.10.2008 18:09:05)
Pani zapytała dziewczynkę w klasie o klasyka..
Na co dziewczynka; mom ale jesce mołe -
Odpowiadając na pytanie Pana Administratora; jeszcze nie ale się jajom przyjrzę.
Ostatnio edytowany przez zoomboy (12.10.2008 20:04:15)
Oto co moze sie zdarzyc gdy odmawiasz seksu
DECEMBER 10--Meet Brittany Phillips. Early Saturday morning, the 19-year-old Louisiana woman wanted some sex from her boyfriend. But Todd Stewart, 35, was apparently not in the mood. In fact, he tried to push Phillips off of him in the bedroom of the pair's West Monroe home. That much the couple can agree upon, according to Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office reports. Phillips claims Stewart became violent after rebuffing her advances. Stewart told an investigator that he left the bedroom to sleep on a living room couch, but that Phillips "would not leave him alone." At some point, he added, things got physical and he was stabbed in the lower lip with "a long metal object which appeared to be a knife." For her part, the frisky Phillips acknowledged to Deputy Shane Smith that she struck Stewart, but said it was done "to protect herself." Phillips, pictured in the below mug shot, was charged with aggravated battery, while a bloody Stewart, was charged with simple battery. Phillips was also booked on a pair of outstanding warrants, for simple battery and damage to property.
Ostatnio edytowany przez zoomboy (12.11.2008 09:40:13)
A new Cold War has begun in Washington. Or at least it has at Potomac Wines & Spirits in Georgetown.
Earlier this month, the shop co-sponsored a "Help Georgia Night," where supporters of the plucky former Soviet Republic could sample Georgian wines and chacha (a kind of grappa). It's a thumb in the eye to the Kremlin: prior to the shooting war with Georgia, Russia took aim at its southern neighbor's economy by banning imports of mineral water and wine.
But seriously, folks, if you're going to express solidarity with Poland, at least spring for some of the good stuff. I'd suggest a bottle of Luksusowa or Belvedere. Hell, a six-pack of Zywiec will do.
Either way, if you head over, look up. You'll see Noah's old apartment, where he spent a year -- and never touched a drop of booze, he swears.
If the Big Three want Uncle Sam to bail them out, they might have to put up with a nanny looking over their shoulders as they try to turn things around.
The latest word out of Washington is Congress and the White House are inclined to throw Detroit a $15 billion lifeline, but the plan includes the appointment of a federal "car czar." The autocrat — who, depending upon the final plan, would act independently or as the head of a board of financial experts — would have broad authority to reshape the automakers. Detroit is so desperate for cash that it's willing to let Washington put someone in the driver's seat if it means they'll stick around past the holidays.
Several reports put Kenneth Feinberg, the attorney who doled out $7 billion as special master of the Sept. 11 Victim's Compensation Fund, at the top of the list of candidates. He's made a career out of mediating complex disputes, and although he drew some criticism for his handling of the 9/11 fund, he also won support for his adept management of what was a difficult task.
If he doesn't want the job, we have some suggestions of our own.
Paul Volker — the former Federal Reserve chariman under Presidents Carter and Reagan is another leading candidate for the gig. He's as calming as Valium to the folks on Wall Street. If he can whip stagflation, he should have no trouble cleaning up Detroit.
Mitt Romney — a long shot, but qualified. He's a skilled businessman who rescued the 2002 Winter Olympics from a fiscal morass; he's a former governor with loads of experience dealing with big bureaucracies; and he's familiar with the auto industry because his father led American Motors. Romney suggested in a New York Times op-ed that Detroit be allowed to go bankrupt, so you know he'll play hardball.
Carlos Ghosn — While Detroit was racing headlong toward insolvency, Ghosn was turning Renault Nissan around. He slashed costs and brought the company back to profitability faster than anyone expected. We love him because he's committed to electric vehicles. Ghosn has made it clear that the entire industry faces an uncertain future and only innovation can save it. Sure, he leads a competing company, but he might be up for a new challenge.
Lee Iacocca — The man, the myth and probably the top choice among the automakers. Iacocca was the guy who turned Chrysler around the last time it needed a bailout. Iacocca knows the industry, but he might be a little too biased (he said the heads of General Motors and Chrysler should keep their jobs) to get the nod from Washington.
Steve Jobs — He saved Apple, and he's got a knack for innovation, design and branding — three things Detroit's been short on for years.
Al Gore — Hear us out ... The inconvenient-truth teller says he doesn't want a government job, but seeing him babysit Detroit would be more karmic than OJ's recent conviction. Aside from having a vested interest in seeing Detroit build cleaner cars, Gore's got experience making them do it. The Clinton administration invested more than $1 billion in the Partnership For a New Generation of Vehicles, which brought the Big Three together with government research labs to develop cars that could deliver up to 80 mpg. Together they developed concept cars that delivered 70 mpg or better, but the Bush administration killed the program in 2001 — at the request of the Big Three. Gore would almost certainly bring the program back if he got the nod. You can imagine the cold shrieks of fear in Michigan if his appointment were announced.
Ostatnio edytowany przez zoomboy (12.11.2008 11:14:21)
Jesli TOnie pomoze, to co?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFs22n-b … r_embedded
Nowa japonska panienka. Zeby jescze umiala gotowac...
Ostatnio edytowany przez zoomboy (12.11.2008 12:17:19)
Shelby: Bailout bill is a "travesty"
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp … 7#28159377
Ostatnio edytowany przez zoomboy (12.11.2008 12:35:23)
Primary school teacher who told children: 'Santa does not exist' is fired. I bardzo dobrze, nie klam malym dzieciaczkom.
A primary school teacher who left a class of 25 pupils in tears after she told told them Santa Claus did not exist has been fired..
When excited youngsters became rowdy as they talked about Santa, the supply teacher blurted out: 'It's your parents who leave out presents on Christmas Day.'
The class of seven-year-olds at Blackshaw Lane Primary School, Royton, near Oldham, Greater Manchester burst into tears and told their parents when they arrived home.
Santa sacked: A teacher has been told not to return to work after she told her primary school pupils that Santa Claus is not real
Mothers and fathers then complained about the incident and were sent a letter by the school saying the substitute teacher, who only worked at the school for one day last week, has been disciplined.
The school has now said it will not hire her again.
One father said: 'My son came home and said that his substitute teacher had told the class that Santa doesn't exist and it's your mum and dad that put out presents for them.
'Apparently, they were all talking about Christmas and being a bit rowdy. She just came straight out with it.
'My lad was in tears and so was everyone else in the class - especially as it was so close to Christmas.
'I thought it was wrong. He was distraught about it. He's only seven-years-old and it's part of the magic of Christmas to him.
'We told him that she did not believe in Father Christmas because of her religion and he's fine now.'
The father described the incident as 'shocking' and believed it was done with malicious intent.
'A lot of parents were disgusted and complained to the school.'
The teacher, who was supplied by Rochdale and Oldham Supply Agency, is still registered and will work with other schools, the agency said.