Archive for December, 2005
Band from Austin with a certian feeling of The Busboys and Devo. Remarkable to Yip Yip.
be a capitalist and buy here.
are awfull. Steam crashed repeatably in the first one, none of them have firefox, but I can download it in a few seconds, but then it crashes. Korean PC rooms were amazing with the staff constantly updating boards, tweaking windows, and other things. Comparatively Taiwan’s rooms seem to have no pride. You also have to get an assitant to ring you into your computer instead of just taking a card and they usually require you to buy drinks in addition to the pc use. Additionally I am expected to shoulder all of the cost my transporation and other things in Taiwan going to school and this is with out a contract or even a visa. I’m literally spending money not sure if I’m going to have an income tomorrow. I’ve discovered China to generally be like performance pay in Hong Kong, haggling for salaries on the mainland, Taiwan pays well, but is it worth it when you pay for apartment + travel and your agents are incredibly rude? Despite the fact that my agent should know that I’m good to pay him back when I get a chance, my agent demanded I pay him back after asking to come to his office to go get a medical check. Can’t wait till I have the ARC card and don’t have to bother with these people. Today my luggage came from Hong Kong and they demanded I come pick it up right now instead of after I get off work. Just ridicilous. So rude.
Appear to be in trouble:
|A quick scan of the various different laws in different states does
reveal that Florida’s districting laws are pretty lax
Constitution, Article III, Section 16
Section 16. Legislative apportionment.
(a) Senatorial and Representative Districts. The legislature at its regular session in the second year following each decennial census, by joint resolution, shall apportion the state in accordance with the constitution of the state and of the United States into not less than thirty nor more than forty consecutively numbered senatorial districts of either contiguous, overlapping or identical territory, and into not less than eighty nor more than one hundred twenty consecutively numbered representative districts of either contiguous, overlapping or identical territory. * * *
This is probably the smallest number of guidelines of any state. I’m not saying
Hawaii for instance states:
In other words redistricting on a rather massive and partisan basis is definitely possible in Florida. Although as this campaign contributions map shows Orlando is primarily republican hence
That’s my initial look at it. The petition for better districting laws is here.
via Samantha Culp
for thouse outside of asia gemm’s got her.
amazon.com’s holiday charity to give voice mail to Katrina victims. This is worth the cost.
from Fred Noel. minimal tunes for the christmas time.
No Future’s Christmas stock
from Ghostly’s Christmas stock.
Anyway, for christmas got another Asian pink slip.
Ahh damn these chinese cultures and their demands on unity.
update second day school in chang hua decided to not hire me.
agents got part time job in langhua and a small job I start training
for monday in Tianan (which is nice) and Kaohsiung (which is cool).
Chang Hua job cancelled becuase they didn’t think I was harmoniouns with the other teachers, which is probably true. Got a cool new apartment, japanese room on the second floor of this restuarant. rent is 4000 nt per month. pretty cool little place you get into through second floor of kitchen.
Time there: 2 years
Place Memphis, TN (Germantown)
Time there: 7 years
Place: Orlando, FL
Time there: 8 months
Place: Birmingham, AL
Time there: 12 years
Place: Houston, TX
The surprise? Apparently where I grew up i.e. West U. in Houston is the most “liberal” area provided liberal is defined as democrat. The second most Orlando, FL. But only West U has a majority.