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March 31, 2005

dar vienas testas :(

English Genius
You scored 100% Beginner, 92% Intermediate, 81% Advanced, and 82% Expert!
You did so extremely well, even I can't find a word to describe your excellence! You have the uncommon intelligence necessary to understand things that most people don't. You have an extensive vocabulary, and you're not afraid to use it properly! Way to go!

Thank you so much for taking my test. I hope you enjoyed it!

For the complete Answer Key, visit my blog: http://shortredhead78.blogspot.com/.

My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
You scored higher than 99% on Beginner
You scored higher than 99% on Intermediate
You scored higher than 99% on Advanced
You scored higher than 99% on Expert
Link: The Commonly Confused Words Test written by shortredhead78 on Ok Cupid

a boost of self esteem visi šitie testai, panašiai, kaip penktadieniniai kryžiažodžiai iš LR priedų :)

March 25, 2005


vakar pagaliau sugrojau gerą koncertą. biso šokiai jau buvo neregėti kokius pusantrų metų, ir šiaip, buvo jau vietų, kad protelis sako, kad reiktų ramiai pastovėt, bo nugriūsiu, ale kūnelis sako, kad noriu krutėt. gerai grot muziką. žinoma, kitas svarbus dalykas tai buvo, kad vėl pasikabinau bosą aukštai ir mažiau įskausta rankos ir galima gudriau sugrot ir šiaip juokingiau atrodo :)

March 23, 2005

Nerd score

I am nerdier than 94% of all people. Are you nerdier? Click here to find out!

March 19, 2005

zjb merga

ta, kur daro laidą. rimtai. LRT2: Vėjas vakarų krypties

March 16, 2005

kaimynų garso aparatūros apdorojimas


March 15, 2005

pagaliau :)

pagaliau, po dvijų fermos metų gudrūs aplinkiniai įsikirto ir atsirado šitas daugiau nei tvartas. galim užsidaryt :)

March 14, 2005

kišenės foto

Mr.T never dies!


stoties apylinkės. "Otdel zakryt, stuchite po telefonu" :)

March 13, 2005

number 2

Publications Number 2 IF YOU HAVE A CHOICE NEVER HAVE A JOB. One night I was sitting in my car outside Columbia University where my wife Shirley was studying Anthropology. While I was waiting I was listening to the radio and heard an interviewer ask ‘Now that you have reached 75 have you any advice for our audience about how to prepare for your old age?’ An irritated voice said ‘Why is everyone asking me about old age these days?’ I recognised the voice as John Cage. I am sure that many of you know who he was – the composer and philosopher who influenced people like Jasper Johns and Merce Cunningham as well as the music world in general. I knew him slightly and admired his contribution to our times. ‘You know, I do know how to prepare for old age’ he said. ‘Never have a job, because if you have a job someday someone will take it away from you and then you will be unprepared for your old age. For me, it has always been the same every since the age of 12. I wake up in the morning and I try to figure out how am I going to put bread on the table today? It is the same at 75, I wake up every morning and I think how am I going to put bread on the table today? I am exceeding well prepared for my old age’ he said.