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pEDo: August 2010 - The other side of my cerebro.


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8/31/2010 03:37:00 PM

System Optimizer Review

Was there a time during your computing days that you'd just suddenly get stressed about your PC slowing down, your file searches returning invalid reference links, or even when un-installing a software you no longer needed, would still appear at the Add/Remove programs on your control panel? You might have tried updating your anti-virus engine, defragmented your hard drives, uninstalled some useless software, updated your windows patches, downloaded several tools to speed up your computer, but all these time-consuming efforts did not make your PC regain its performance as it was before.

So what could be the problem? Don't just immediately consider upgrading your system unless you are absolutely sure that your system is clean and healthy.

For the past 5 years, I've been using different tools to keep my hard disk clean, registry intact, memory and CPU optimized. But using different tools is also time consuming and would sometimes conflict each other. More often also, I can not keep up with the patches and software updates for all those tools that I'm using since I have a lot of other things to do aside from keeping my computer and tools up-to-date.

But all these changed for the past week. I was glad to realize that all I need is the System Optimizer for me to manage all the maintenance tasks that I need to do to keep my computer clean and healthy, and have enough time to do all other more important tasks than to keep track of the updates and patches of my system.

System Optimizer, by Digeus Software is the smartest way to solve computer problems and protect your valuable data. This easy-to-use software helps you eliminate system crash, prevent computer problems, and restore your system to a healthy state. And how does it do it? The System Optimizer have the following built-in tools to help you manage the administration of your personal computer:
  1. Registry Cleaner
  2. Registry Defragmenter
  3. Junk Files Cleaner
  4. Duplicate Files Finder
  5. Disk Space Analyzer
  6. Smart Uninstaller
  7. Service Manager
  8. Startup Manager
  9. Privacy Protection
The current version is 8.2 and supports the following Windows platform:
Windows 95 / 98 / ME / NT / XP / 2000 / 2003 / Vista x32, Vista x64, Windows 7

Now for my readers, you may get a free REGISTRATION CODE of the System Optimizer by blogging or posting a review of this product. Just leave a comment posting the link of your review, your full name, and email address/contact option so I could send you the registration details.

So what's keeping you slow? Why don't you try this software instead?
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8/25/2010 06:42:00 PM

Postscripts Of A BloodBath

The following letter is an UNVERIFIED post script about the bloody hostage incident in Manila last Monday, August 23, 2010 that has been circulating in various social networks. Believe at your own cost.

You may check the official list of hostage victims posted on the Hongkong Government's information site.

Postcripts Of A BloodBath
by Bang Lu Min
(One of the Hostages)

Mr. Mendoza was already upset even before he saw on television what the policemen did to his brother. The other tourists who remained inside the bus were complaining. Wei Ji Jiang wanted to go to the bathroom. Dao Chi Yu was hungry and the rest were just groaning and whining like they have forgotten that our lives rest in Mr. Mendoza's hands.

The hostage taker, as you know him was really nice. He treated us okay and even let the elders and the children leave the bus. He said your policemen treated him unfairly. He was a policeman too and was accused of doing something he had no knowledge of. But your government didn't listen so he used us to get everyone's attention.

Things would have never turned for the worst if he didn't see how his family was dragged out of their house and taken into custody. He was watching the news all the time as we huddled around each other behind the bus. He shouted some words in your language then started shooting in the air. A girl about my age started screaming. Mr. Mendoza demanded her to stop but she didn't understand English. God, he had to slash her neck with a knife just to put her to rest. Her boyfriend who tried to hit him was shot in the head.

Tension was rising. You can see in his face how scared and confused he was. The bus driver ran away leaving him alone with strangers from a distant land. I can see him walking across the aisle, sometimes pointing his machine gun to one of the tourists. But he tried his best not to hurt us, especially those who really cooperate.

I guess its in your nature not to inflict pain on others unless it was necessary. I remember him saying that he will free us before sundown and implored us to forget everything when we return home. But his words don't matter now. The policemen were trying to force their way in, while we all lied down to shield ourselves from bullets. Mister Mendoza blindly shoots at his enemies which I think kept them from rescuing us. I hear sobs under the chairs. Some were even shouting the names of their loved ones even when the air merely eat their words. Kevin Tang tried to escape when the glass door was was shattered, but one shot and he slumped on the floor with blood gushing from his mouth.

Heavy rain pitter-pattered on the rooftop. In old Chinese saying, it means an end to a struggle. Finally, somebody was able to open the escape hatch at the back of the bus. Freedom. But I knew Mister Mendoza was still alive. I knew he was just waiting for a chance to strike back at his enemies. So I told those around me not to escape. Let the authorities come for us instead. Then there was gunfire. He was firing at his enemies with a machine gun. Those who were at the escape hatch fled abandoning us once again. It's like a nightmare with no end and to wake up means a certain death. Then somebody from outside the bus threw a canister. It forced out a black smoke that is so painful to the eyes and putrid smelling to the nose. People started screaming. We cannot breathe. Some ran in front of the bus but Mister Mendoza warned them of stray bullets. It was too late. One was hit on the head, the other was hit on the shoulders. Bullets were now flying. Its like the authorities thought we were all dead. Mister Mendoza finally realizes his mistake and said sorry to everyone, dead or alive. He then ran towards the front of the bus where he would meet his maker. As he passed by my chair with bullets whistling overhead, I clutched my hand on the velvet curtain and wrapped it around my face. All I could think of was to stay alive - for my child who is waiting for me back in Xinjang. I know I will survive,

I will come home.

Bang Lu Min
Survivor, Quirino Bloodbath
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