2007-03-31

Танд хэрэг болох үгсийн жагсаалт
Дотоод сэтгэл, сэтгэл, өөрийгөө хэрхэн англиар илэрхийлэх вэ? Олохыг нь оллоо мэргэжилтнүүд орчуулж постсугай. :-)

Feelings Word List

Positive Feelings
Intense
loved, adored, idolized, alive, wanted, lustful, worthy, pity, respected, empathy, awed, enthusiastic, zealous, courageous

Strong
enchanted, ardor, infatuated, tender, vibrant, independent, capable, happy , proud, gratified, worthy, sympathetic, important, concerned, appreciated, consoled, delighted, eager, optimistic, joyful, courage, hopeful, valiant, brave, brilliant

Moderate
liked, cared for, esteemed, affectionate, fond, excited, patient, strong, gay, inspired, anticipating, amused, yearning, popular, peaceful, appealing, determined, pleased, excited, jolly, relieved, glad, adventurous, peaceful, intelligent

Mild
friendly, regarded, benevolent, wide awake, at-ease, relaxed, comfortable, content, keen, amazed, alert, sure, attractive, approved, untroubled, graceful, turned on, warm, amused, daring, comfortable, smart, interested

Negative Feelings
Mild
unpopular, listless, moody, lethargic, gloomy, dismal, discontented, tired, indifferent, unsure, impatient, dependent, unimportant, regretful, bashful, puzzled, self-conscious, edgy, upset, reluctant, timid, mixed-up, sullen, provoked

Moderate
suspicious, envious, enmity, aversion, dejected, unhappy, bored, forlorn, disappointed, wearied, inadequate, ineffectual, helpless, resigned, apathetic, shy, uncomfortable, baffled, confused, nervous, tempted, tense, worried, perplexed, troubled, disdainful, contemptuous, alarmed, annoyed, provoked

Strong
disgusted, resentful, bitter, detested, fed-up, frustrated, sad, depressed, sick, dissatisfied, fatigued, worn-out, useless, weak, hopeless, forlorn, rejected, guilty, embarrassed, inhibited, bewildered, frightened, anxious, dismayed, apprehensive, disturbed, antagonistic, vengeful, indignant, mad, torn

Intense
hate, unloved, abhor, despised, angry, hurt, miserable, pain, lonely, cynical, worthless, impotent, futile, accursed, abandoned, estranged, degraded, humiliated, shocked, panicky, trapped, horrified, afraid, scared, terrified, threatened, infuriated, furious, exhausted

source http://www.drnadig.com/feelings_list.htm
What Today's Women Are Looking For in a Man

...Women's Idea of an Ideal Partner
When asked to describe their ideal partner, some interesting differences were found between men and women. The answers from the women were much better thought out and they ranged across a much broader scope than those of the men... ( more )

Энэ тухай болон бусад мэдээллийг (томчуудын)http://www.moderndirections.com/ сайтаас уншаарай.

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2007-03-28

Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word



Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word


Music by Elton John
Lyrics by Bernie Taupin
Available on the album Blue Moves


What have I got to do to make you love me
What have I got to do to make you care
What do I do when lightning strikes me
And I wake to find that you're not there

What do I do to make you want me
What have I got to do to be heard
What do I say when it's all over
And sorry seems to be the hardest word

It's sad, so sad
It's a sad, sad situation
And it's getting more and more absurd
It's sad, so sad
Why can't we talk it over
Oh it seems to me
That sorry seems to be the hardest word

What do I do to make you love me
What have I got to do to be heard
What do I do when lightning strikes me
What have I got to do
What have I got to do
When sorry seems to be the hardest word

© 1976 Big Pig Music Limited

lyrics source http://www.eltonography.com

2007-03-27

Life happens... ;)
Buddha Teaching: Right Speech.
By speaking kind and helpful words, we are respected and trusted by everyone.


Right Speech Back to Basics: Chan and the Eightfold Path
by Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Source: Transcribed from a file provided by the author.
Copyright © 1999 Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Access to Insight edition © 1999
For free distribution. This work may be republished, reformatted, reprinted, and redistributed in any medium. It is the author's wish, however, that any such republication and redistribution be made available to the public on a free and unrestricted basis and that translations and other derivative works be clearly marked as such.


As my teacher once said, "If you can't control your mouth, there's no way you can hope to control your mind.' This is why right speech is so important in day-to-day practice.
Right speech, explained in negative terms, means avoiding four types of harmful speech: lies (words spoken with the intent of misrepresenting the truth); divisive speech (spoken with the intent of creating rifts between people); harsh speech (spoken with the intent of hurting another person's feelings); and idle chatter (spoken with no purposeful intent at all).
Notice the focus on intent: this is where the practice of right speech intersects with the training of the mind. Before you speak, you focus on why you want to speak. This helps get you in touch with all the machinations taking place in the committee of voices running your mind. If you see any unskillful motives lurking behind the committee's decisions, you veto them. As a result, you become more aware of yourself, more honest with yourself, more firm with yourself. You also save yourself from saying things that you'll later regret. In this way you strengthen qualities of mind that will be helpful in meditation, at the same time avoiding any potentially painful memories that would get in the way of being attentive to the present moment when the time comes to meditate.
In positive terms, right speech means speaking in ways that are trustworthy, harmonious, comforting, and worth taking to heart. When you make a practice of these positive forms of right speech, your words become a gift to others. In response, other people will start listening more to what you say, and will be more likely to respond in kind. This gives you a sense of the power of your actions: the way you act in the present moment does shape the world of your experience. You don't need to be a victim of past events.
For many of us, the most difficult part of practicing right speech lies in how we express our sense of humor. Especially here in America, we're used to getting laughs with exaggeration, sarcasm, group stereotypes, and pure silliness — all classic examples of wrong speech. If people get used to these sorts of careless humor, they stop listening carefully to what we say. In this way, we cheapen our own discourse. Actually, there's enough irony in the state of the world that we don't need to exaggerate or be sarcastic. The greatest humorists are the ones who simply make us look directly at the way things are.
Expressing our humor in ways that are truthful, useful, and wise may require thought and effort, but when we master this sort of wit we find that the effort is well spent. We've sharpened our own minds and have improved our verbal environment. In this way, even our jokes become part of our practice: an opportunity to develop positive qualities of mind and to offer something of intelligent value to the people around us.
So pay close attention to what you say — and to why you say it. When you do, you'll discover that an open mouth doesn't have to be a mistake.
Америкийн гурав дахь том хот болох Windy city-ээр ганц өдөр зочиллоо.
Chicago хотын дүр зураг...
Chicago SKYLINE....


2007-03-26

Kenny G - Forever In Love


Уянгын хөгжим сонсоод тэрээд энэхүү шүлгийг уншаад үздээ.

(Я вас люблю... что делать — виноват! ) ?
Аполлон Григорьев

Я вас люблю... что делать — виноват!
Я в тридцать лет так глупо сердцем молод,
Что каждый ваш случайный, беглый взгляд
Меня порой кидает в жар и холод...
И в этом вы должны меня простить,
Тем более, что запретить любить
Не может власть на свете никакая;
Тем более, что, мучась и пылая,
Ни слова я не смею вам сказать
И принужден молчать, молчать, молчать!..
Я знаю сам, что были бы преступны
Признанья или смысла лишены:
Затем, что для меня вы недоступны,
Как недоступен рай для сатаны.
Цепями неразрывными окован,
Не смею я, когда порой, взволнован,
Измучен весь, к вам робко подхожу
И подаю вам руку на прощанье,
Сказать простое слово: до свиданья!
Иль, говоря,— на вас я не гляжу.
К чему они, к чему свиданья эти?
Бессонницы — расплата мне за них!
А между тем, как зверь, попавший в сети,
Я тщетно злюсь на крепость уз своих.
Я к ним привык, к мучительным свиданьям...
Я опиум готов, как турок, пить,
Чтоб муку их в душе своей продлить,
Чтоб дольше жить живым воспоминаньем...
Чтоб грезить ночь и целый день бродить
В чаду мечты, под сладким обаяньем
Задумчиво опущенных очей!
Мне жизнь темна без света их лучей.
Да... я люблю вас... так глубоко, страстно,
Давно... И страсть безумную свою
От всех, от вас особенно таю.
От вас, ребенок чистый и прекрасный!
Не дай вам бог, дитя мое, узнать,
Как тяжело любить такой любовью,
Рыдать без слов, метаться, ощущать,
Что кровь свинцом расплавленным, не кровью,
Бежит по жилам, рваться, проклинать,
Терзаться ночи, дни считать тревожно,
Бояться встреч и ждать их, жадно ждать;
Беречься каждой мелочи ничтожной,
Дрожать за каждый шаг неосторожный,
Над пропастью бездонною стоять
И чувствовать, что надо погибать,
И знать, что бегство больше невозможно.
источник: http://www.stihi-rus.ru/


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(translation from Russian to English using ImTranslator. please just catch the meaning.)

I love you... What to do — it is guilty!
I in thirty years so silly heart am young,
That everyone your casual, a passing
Me at times throws in heat and a cold...
And in it you should forgive me,
As to forbid to love
The authority on light any cannot;
As, мучась and flaring,
Words I do not dare to tell to you
And принужден to be silent, silent, silent!..

(actually it sounds like this. unofficial translation of mine)
I'm in love with you
Can't do anything with it - my fault
I'm in thirty and so silly
My heart is so young,
Every your accidentally passing sight
Makes me hot and chilly...
And in it you should forgive me,
Any authority in the world
Can't deny my love
As, worrying and flaring,
Can't tell you any words
And have to be quiet, quiet, and quiet!..

2007-03-25

Нэгэн сонирхолтой нийтлэл ... Хэдэн жилийн өмнө бичигдсэн ч сонин мэдээлэл байлаа...
Your Blog or Mine?
By JEFFREY ROSEN Published: December 19, 2004

....The founding father of personal bloggers may be Justin Hall, who started his Web site, Links.net, 10 years ago when he was a student at Swarthmore. ''When I first started doing it, they called it a personal home page; then they said I'm one of the first Web diarists, and now I'm one of the first Web bloggers,'' he said. Hall's short biography says that he is enrolled as a graduate student in interactive media at the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television. But if you follow the links to his unofficial biography, you will learn much, much more about him -- more than 4,800 pages of postings, in fact. You will learn about his relationship with his father (''When I was 8, my father, an alcoholic, killed himself''), his stepfather (''the intense difficulty we had getting to know each other was perhaps inevitable'') and his high-school friends. You will see photographs posted from his travels around the world and read his daily thoughts on ''art, writing, science, eating disorders, African-American religions and tai chi.'' But, as Hall notes, ''the most popular subject is sex.'' Here the links provide a great deal of personal information. Follow the link to ''looking for love,'' and you will find Hall's sexual biography, which includes a cumulative tally of ''Various Romantic Partners (Spring 1992 - Present) -- Penetrative sex with a total of 26 people, ranging in age from 16 to 38. Fifteen of these exchanges were one-evening insertions.'' At least one of these exchanges culminated in a sexually transmitted disease...

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source http://www.nytimes.com
Blogs turn 10--who's the father?
Blogging has been around for about a decade now--depending on how you define it and whom you ask.
By Declan McCullagh and Anne Broache
Published: March 20, 2007, 4:00 AM PDT


Someone, somewhere created the very first Web log. It's just not quite clear who.

It may not be one of the Internet's grandest accomplishments, but with the number of active bloggers hovering somewhere around 100 million, according to one estimate, there are some serious bragging rights to be claimed by the first person who provably laid fingers to keyboard in the traditional bloggy way.

Was the first blogger the irascible Dave Winer? The iconoclastic Jorn Barger? Or was the first blogger really Justin Hall, a Web diarist and online gaming expert whom The New York Times Magazine once called the "founding father of personal blogging"? >>>

Blogs: The evolution
Sometime in 1971
Stanford's Les Earnest creates the "finger" protocol.

December 1977
The finger protocol becomes an official standard.

January 1994
Swarthmore student Justin Hall begins compiling lists of links at his site, links.net, and continues adding to the site for 11 years.

January 1995
Early online diarist Carolyn Burke publishes her first entry for Carolyn's Diary.

April 1997
Dave Winer launches Scripting News, which he calls the longest-running Web log currently on the Internet.

September 1997
Slashdot begins publishing "News for Nerds."

December 1997
Jorn Barger's RobotWisdom.com site apparently becomes the first to call itself a Web log.

Sometime in 1999
• Brad Fitzpatrick launches Livejournal, which he calls his "accidental success."
• Peter Merholz of Peterme.com declares he has decided "to pronounce the word 'weblog' as 'wee-blog.' Or 'blog' for short."
• The word "blog" first appears in print, according to dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster.

August 1999
Three friends who founded a San Francisco start-up called Pyra Labs create a tool called Blogger "more or less on a whim."

January 2001
First crop of blogs nominated for the "Bloggies" award.

October 2001
First version of Movable Type content management software becomes available.

February 2003
Google acquires Pyra and its Blogger software.

May 2003
First official version of WordPress open-source blogging software released for download.

October 2003
Six Apart releases first version of its Typepad blogging service.

January 2004
Boston-based Steve Garfield launches his video blog, considered one of the first such "vlogs."

October 2005
VeriSign buys Dave Winer's Weblogs.com. Around the same time, AOL snaps up blog publisher Weblogs Inc.

February 2006
Veteran blogger Jason Kottke abandons his yearlong attempt to live off of micropayments through his blog.

January 2007
Members of the Media Bloggers Association are among the first bloggers to receive press credentials from a federal court.

February 2007
Freelance video blogger Josh Wolf becomes the longest-serving journalist behind bars in U.S. history, on contempt charges.
What is a blog?
Блог хаана үүсч, хэрхэн хөгжсөн талаар сонирхож үзлээ. Мэдээлэл сайтай, үнэгүй Wikipedia ингэж хариулж байна:

A blog is a user-generated website where entries are made in journal style and displayed in a reverse chronological order.

Blogs often provide commentary or news on a particular subject, such as food, politics, or local news; some function as more personal online diaries. A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, web pages, and other media related to its topic. The ability for readers to leave comments in an interactive format is an important part of most early blogs. Most blogs are primarily textual although some focus on photographs (photoblog), sketchblog, videos (vlog), or audio (podcasting), and are part of a wider network of social media.

The term "blog" is a portmanteau, or, in other words, a blend of the words web and log (Web log). "Blog" can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog...

...The term "weblog" was coined by Jorn Barger on 17 December 1997. The short form, "blog," was coined by Peter Merholz, who jokingly broke the word weblog into the phrase we blog in the sidebar of his blog Peterme.com in April or May of 1999. This was quickly adopted as both a noun and verb ("to blog," meaning "to edit one's weblog or to post to one's weblog")...

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2007-03-24

Ер нь яагаад сэтгэлээ бичиж болохгүй гэж...(өөртөө хэлэв)
Өнөөдөр нэг л сонин өдөр өнгөрлөө... Өглөөнөөс зүүднээсээ зугтаан сэрж, өдөр ажилдаа уймарч, орой ганцаардаж...
Сэтгэл гэгэлзээд л... Дотроо нэг л уйтгартай... Шөнө болж буйг хэлэх үү... Ганц хоёр пиво авч ганцаараа уулаа... Монголоороо баасандаж байгаа юм байлгүй дээ.
Чингисийн "Хань" дууг сонсоод л суулаа. Би нэг дууг сонсохоороо хэдэн цаг ч (цагаар ярина ш дээ) хамаагүй сонсчихдог нэг гэмтэй, тэр л жаягаараа энэ дууг сонсоод л... Дээр нь энэ дууны үгийг сонсоод байхаар нэг л юм хэлээд байдаг юм. Нэгэн биений минь нөгөө тал хаана яваа бол доо... Уг нь байсан. Одоо байхгүй. Байгаа ч би өөрөө байлгахгүй байх шиг...Сүүдэртэй байсан... Бас ч үгүй нэгэн цагт олон сүүдэртэй болчихсон ч юм шиг...Гэтэл одоо өөрийн минь сүүдэр ч надад харагдахгүй...Чихэртэй давстай амьдралын дарсыг хувааж ч байсан...Одоо дарсыг дээдлэн барих байтугай мөстэй усыг ч зүгээр хуваах янз алга...
Ая нь ч яг таарсан сайхан дуу шүү. Жагаа ахын дууг хэлэх үү дээр нь. Бас төрөлх монголоор...Эр хүн иймэрхүү бодолд умбаад сууж байдаг.. хөөрхий ч болдоо гэж өөрийгөө бодох юм. Гэтэл амьдрал үргэлжилсээр... Магадгүй ханийг үгүйлсэн байж болох юм. "Ханьтай" мөртлөө ханийг үгүйлнэ. Ханийг хайна.
ХАНЬ сайхан үг шүү...

Rules for love

Never allow your partner or yourself to denigrate the other.

You must have personal respect and consideration for yourself.

Everyone deserves respect and love, but you can't expect to get it unless you give it.

If you allow your partner to disparage you, expect to hear other damaging words.

Whatever you are willing to accept is exactly what you're going to get.

Be compassionate, understanding, forgiving and merciful.

Patience, kindness, consideration and thoughtfulness can never be in short demand.

Never let a person use names or words to hurt or degrade you or your partner.

Vow to protect yourself from thoughtless, rude, mean or punishing behavior.

If destructive words are being used, for whatever the reason, it must Stop. If not, a relationship can't survive.

Once you've reacted you can then be proactive.

A controlled mouth shows a controlled mind.

Use words for empowerment, encouragement and positive recognition.

Ask for respect. Quietly demand it.

If your lover, partner, parent or friend can't exhibit self control over their mouth, seriously consider looking elsewhere for a relationship.

Pick an appropriate the time to discuss important issues.

This is particularly true if there is an emotional charge where feelings of anger or vexation need to be vented.

Never enter into discussion of personal, private or intimate issues in public.

Wait until you have privacy and the time to tackle issues.

If a person makes a mistake, or does something that disappoints or angers you, belittlement or badmouthing them in front of others will only lead to further resentment, anger and frustration.

Trying to discuss things in bed just before sleep, or while getting ready for bed is simply thoughtless, inconsiderate and a remedy for disaster.

Trying to discuss anything when the other person won't cooperate or take the time to talk is a waste of time. If necessary make a date to talk.

If the person keeps on delaying or avoiding conversation or discussion on issues that are important or significant to you, you may need to put it in writing and place it in their hands.

Talking is good for closure of some issues. And, unless allowed, will create a wound that won't close.

You can never truly waste your thoughts and words on the separated or departed. Life and thought continues.

Romance doesn't just exist, you must make it happen. You must make a sincere effort to keep it alive to help your relationship flourish.

Little things count, it doesn't have to be a dozen roses and champagne all the time.

A favorite piece of candy in a pocket or a little note can mean a lot.

Commit yourself to do something romantic every day.

Show it. Demonstrate it. It's the accumulative total of all the little things that in end adds up to a super special love and romance.

2007-03-22

Алдарт захидлуудын нэг... (нэрт зохиолч)
Германд нэг удаа ажлын шугамаар явахдаа Франкфурт хотноо байдаг нэрт зохиолчийн гэр музейд зочлох завшаан тохиож билээ.

Famous love letter by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) wrote this letter to Charlotte von Stein Goethe and is regarded by many as a German literary genius. In 1774 he wrote the popular Die Leiden des jungen Werthers (The Sorrows of Young Werther), which caused a sensation. From 1775 on he lived in Weimar, where he met and fell in love with Charlotte von Stein, inspiration for the heroine of his play Iphigenie auf Tauris (1787) and Natalie in his Wilhelm Meister novels. In 1808 he produced the first part of his most famous work, Faust.



June 17, 1784

My letters will have shown you how lovely I am. I don't dine at Court, I see few people, and take my walks alone, and at every beautiful spot I wish you were there.

I can't help loving you more than is good for me; I shall feel all the happier when I see you again. I am always conscious of my nearness to you, your presence never leaves me. In you I have a measure for every woman, for everyone; in your love a measure for all that is to be. Not in the sense that the rest of the world seems obscure tome, on the contrary, your love makes it clear; I see quite clearly what men are like and what they plan, wish, do and enjoy; I don't grudge them what they have, and comparing is a secret joy to me, possessing as I do such an imperishable treasure.

You in your household must feel as I often do in my affairs; we often don't notice objects simply because we don't choose to look at them, but things acquire an interest as soon as we see clearly the way they are related to each other. For we always like to join in, and the good man takes pleasure in arranging, putting in order and furthering the right and its peaceful rule. Adieu, you whom I love a thousand times.

source http://www.dindragoste.ro/
Алдарт захидлуудын нэг... (цэргийн жанжин)
Ер нь энэхүү жанжны дурлалын түүх нь их сонин. Миний бодлоор их тэвчээртэй эр хүн байсан.


Famous love letter by Napolean Bonaparte
Napoleon Bonaparte (Napoleon I) (1769 - 1821) One of the greatest military leaders in history, Napoleon Bonaparte, 'The Little Corporal', was born in Corsica. Educated at French military schools, he distinguished himself early on. He commanded troops that quelled a royalist Parisian uprising in 1795 and as reward was given the army of the interior to lead. Soon after, he was made commander in chief of the army of Italy.In addition to being a brilliant military mind and feared ruler, Napolean Bonaparte (1763 - 1821) was a prolific writer of letters. He reportedly wrote as many as 75,000 letters in his lifetime, many of them to his beautiful wife, Josephine, both before and during their marriage. He married Josephine de Beauharnais in 1796, before going off to lead the poorly equipped army based in Italy. After a coup in 1799, Napoleon became first consul, and in 1804 emperor. Between 1804 and 1810 he consolidated his empire in Europe. In 1814, following defeat in Russia, he abdicated and was banished to Elba. In 1815 he resumed power, but was crushed at the Battle of Waterloo and exiled to St. Helena, where he died in 1821.
In addition to being a brilliant military mind and feared ruler, Napolean Bonaparte (1763 - 1821) was a prolific writer of letters. He reportedly wrote as many as 75,000 letters in his lifetime, many of them to his beautiful wife, Josephine, both before and during their marriage. This letter, written just prior to their 1796 wedding, shows surprising tenderness and emotion from the future emperor.

Paris, December 1795

I wake filled with thoughts of you. Your portrait and the intoxicating evening which we spent yesterday have left my senses in turmoil. Sweet, incomparable Josephine, what a strange effect you have on my heart! Are you angry? Do I see you looking sad? Are you worried?... My soul aches with sorrow, and there can be no rest for you lover; but is there still more in store for me when, yielding to the profound feelings which overwhelm me, I draw from your lips, from your heart a love which consumes me with fire? Ah! it was last night that I fully realized how false an image of you your portrait gives!

You are leaving at noon; I shall see you in three hours.

Until then, mio dolce amor, a thousand kisses; but give me none in return, for they set my blood on fire.


http://www.dindragoste.ro/love/love-letters.php

Spring 1797
To Josephine,
I love you no longer; on the contrary, I detest you. you are a wretch, truly perverse, truly stupid, a real Cinderella. You never write to me at all, you do not love your husband; you know the pleasure that your letters give him yet you cannot even manage to write him half a dozen lines, dashed off in a moment! What then do you do all day, Madame? What business is so vital that it robs you of the time to write to your faithful lover? What attachment can be stifling and pushing aside the love, the tender and constant love which you promised him? Who can this wonderful new lover be who takes up your every moment, rules your days and prevents you from devoting your attention to your husband?
Beware, Josephine; one fine night the doors will be broken down and there I shall be. In truth, I am worried, my love, to have no news from you; write me a four page letter instantly made up from those delightful words which fill my heart with emotion and joy. I hope to hold you in my arms before long, when I shall lavish upon you a million kisses, burning as the equatorial sun.


source http://www.aboutadvice.com/love-letters



more:
- "Napoleon Bonaparte - Soldier, Emperor and Conquerer"
...She looks like a model, except she got a little more ass...
Justin Timberlake - LoveStoned - I Think She Knows Live




Lovestoned

Hey!
She’s freaky and she knows it
She’s freaky and I like it
Listen..

She grabs the yellow bottle, she likes the way it hits her lips
She gets to the bottom, it sends her on a trip so right
She might be going home with me tonight
She looks like a model, except she got a little more ass
Don’t even bother unless you got that thing she likes
Oh, I hope she’s going home with me tonight

Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her have to stop and stare
She’s got me Lovestoned and I swear she’s bad and she knows
I think that she knows

She’s freaky and she knows it
She’s freaky, but I like it
Yeah

She shuts the room down, the way she walk in causes a fuss
The baddest in town, she’s flawless like some uncut ice
Well, I hope she’s going home with me tonight
All she wants is to dance, that’s why you find her on the floor
But you don’t have a chance, unless you move the way she likes
That’s why she’s going home with me tonight...oh...hey!

Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her have to stop and stare
She’s got me LoveStoned and I swear she’s bad and she knows
I think that she knows

Those flashing lights seem to cause a glare
The way they hit her have to stop and stare
She’s got me LoveStoned from everywhere
She’s bad and she knows, I think that she knows

Now dance
Get it girl
You’re freaky, but I like it
Hot Damn!
Let me pump it on the guitar one time!

Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her have to stop and stare
She’s got me LoveStoned and I swear she’s bad and she knows
I think that she knows

Those flashing lights seem to cause a glare
The way they hit her have to stop and stare
She’s got me LoveStoned from everywhere
She’s bad and she knows, I think that she knows

Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her I stopped and stared
She’s got me LoveStoned and I swear she’s bad and she knows
I think that she knows

Interlude

Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her I have to stop and stare
She’s got me LoveStoned
I think I’m LoveStoned
She’s got me LoveStoned
I think that she knows
I think that she knows
I think that she knows
I think that she knows

Those flashing lights come from everywhere
The way they hit her I stopped and stared
I’m LoveStoned from everywhere and she knows
I think that she knows

I know I walk around without a care
She’s got me hooked, it just ain’t fair
But I am LoveStoned
But I can swear she knows
I think that she knows
She knows
She knows

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Жавахарлал Неругийн Охиндоо бичсэн алдарт захидлуудын сүүлчийнхийг нь орууллаа.
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'FROM A FATHER TO A DAUGHTER'
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FAMOUS AND MUCH LOVED LETTERS FROM A FATHER TO HIS DAUGHTER - Nehru - late Prime Minister of India - to his beloved young daughter, Indira Gandhi, who also went on to become Prime Minister of India . His last in a series of letters from prison, shows the compassionate and tolerant nature of the man - a spirit we need to recapture if India is, one more, to become a dynamic "Secular" State and an example to all nations.

(With kind permission from - "India - Perspectives" - August 1997)

India, The Land of Our Adoption, to a very large degree, is what it is - utterly captivating - because of great leaders like Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, whose life has inspired me, mainly through those 31 years I spent in India, but also through reading his scholarly book, "The Discovery of India". Though I did not have the privilege of meeting Mr. Nehru personally, (I was privileged to meet his daughter, Indira ) I shall ever be grateful for his strong action which enabled me to be released from an Indian prison on a trumped up charge, brought against me by jealous money-lenders and land-lords. Life in prison is no picnic and it must have been most frustrating for Panditji to be incarcerated for so long and yet, he produced some beautiful writings from behind bars, including the following letter which I quote, verbatim. Its contents reflect the dynamism of the man, his humility and his love for the people of India for whom he was prepared to suffer so much to free them from the foreign yoke. What impresses me most of all, in his following letter, is the total lack of bitterness towards the Occupation Forces who had so brutally maltreated his people and raped his land. Please enjoy the following:-

"Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru tirelessly strove to attain a state "where mind is without fear and the head is held high… into that heaven of freedom…" He wanted his people to learn from their historic past but to remain conscious of their obligations to the future. Through his famous letters to his beloved young daughter, Indira Gandhi, he helped her and posterity to imbibe his scientific temper. "The Last Letter", as Jawaharlal Nehru preferred to call it, which he wrote from Dehra Dun prison in, 1933, to Indira Gandhi, gives us a glimpse into the thought process of a father, as also its likely impact on the daughter, both of whom went on to shape the destiny of India's teeming millions!


AUGUST 9th. 1933:- We have finished, my dear; the long story has ended. I need write no more, but the desire to end off with a kind of flourish induces me to write another letter - the Last Letter !

It was time I finished, for the end of my two-year term draws near. In three and thirty days from today I should be discharged, if indeed I am not released sooner, as the gaoler sometimes threatens to do. The full two years are not over yet, but I have received three and a half months' remission of my sentence, as all well-behaved prisoners do. For I am supposed to be a well-behaved prisoner, a reputation which I have certainly done nothing to deserve. So ends my sixth sentence, and I shall go out again into the wide world, but to what purpose? A 'quoi bon'? When most of my friends and comrades lie in gaol and the whole country seems a vast prison.

What a mountain of letters I have written! And what a lot of good 'swadeshi' (made in one's own country) ink I have spread out on 'swadeshi' paper. Was it worth while? I wonder. Will all this paper and ink convey any message to you that will interest you? You will say "yes", of course, for you will feel that any other answer might hurt me, and you are too partial to me to take such a risk. But whether you care for them or not, you cannot grudge me the joy of having written them, day after day, during these two long years. It was winter when I came. Winter gave place to our brief spring, slain all too soon by the summer heat; and then, when the ground was parched and dry and men and beast panted for breath, came the monsoon, with its bountiful supply of fresh, cool rain-water. Autumn followed, and the sky was wonderfully clear and blue and afternoons were pleasant. The year's cycle was over, and again began winter and spring and summer and the rainy season. I have sat here, writing to you and thinking of you and watched the seasons go by, and listened to the pitapat of the rain on my barrack roof :- "O doux bruit de la pluie,

Partree et sur les toits!
Pour un coeur quis'ennuie,
Oh! Le chant de la pluie!"

Benjamin Disraeli, the great English statesman, has written, "Other men condemned to exile and captivity, if they survive, despair; the man of letters may reckon those days as the sweetest of his life." He was writing about Hugo Grotius, a famous Dutch jurist and philosopher of the seventeenth century, who was condemned to imprisonment for life, but managed to escape after two years. He spent these two years in prison in philosophic and literary work. There have been many famous literary gaolbirds, the two best known, perhaps, being the Spaniard, Cervantes, who wrote 'Don Quixote' and the Englishman, John Bunyan, the author of 'Pilgrim's Progress'.

I am not a man of letters, and I am not prepared to say that the many years I have spent in gaol have been the sweetest in my life, but I must say that reading and writing have helped me wonderfully to get through them. I am not a literary man, and I am not a historian; what, indeed, am I? I find it difficult to answer that question. I have been a dabbler in many things; I began with science at college, and then took to law, and, after developing various other interests in life, finally adopted the popular and widely practiced profession of gaol-going in India!

You must not take what I have written in these letters as the final authority on any subject. A politician wants to have a say on every subject and he always pretends to know much more than he actually does. He has to be watched carefully. These letters of mine are but superficial sketches joined together by a thin thread. I have rambled on, skipping centuries and many important happenings, and then pitching my tent for quite a long time on some event which interested me. As you will notice, my likes and dislikes are pretty obvious, and so also sometimes are my moods in gaol. I do not want you to take all this for granted; there may, indeed, be many errors in my accounts. A prison, with no libraries or reference books at hand is not the most suitable place in which to write on historical subjects. I have had to rely very largely on my many note-books which I have accumulated since I began my visits to gaol twelve years ago. Many books have also come to me here; they have come and gone, for I could not collect a library here. I have shamelessly taken from these books facts and ideas; there is nothing original in what I have written. Perhaps, occasionally, you may find my letters difficult to follow; skip those parts, do not mind them. The grown-up in me got the better of me sometimes, and I wrote as I should not have done.

I have given you the barest outline; this is not history; they are just fleeting glimpses of our long past. If history interests you, you will find your way to many books which will help you to unravel the threads of past ages. But reading books alone will not help. If you would know the past, you must look upon it with sympathy and with understanding. To understand a person who lived long ago, you will have to understand his environment, the conditions under which he lived, the ideas that filled his mind. It is absurd for us to judge past people as if they lived now, and thought as we do. There is no one to defend slavery today and yet, the great Plato held that slavery was essential. Within recent times, scores of thousands of lives were given in an effort to retain slavery in the United States. We cannot judge the past from the standards of the present. Everyone will willingly admit this. But everyone will not admit the equally absurd habit of judging the present by the standards of the past. The various religions have especially helped in petrifying old beliefs and faiths and customs, which may have had some use in the age and country of their birth, but which are singularly unsuitable in our present age.

If, then, you look upon past history with the eye of sympathy, the dry bones will fill up with flesh and blood, and you will see a mighty procession of living men and women and children in every age and every clime, different from us and yet very like us, with much the same human virtues and human failings. History is not a magic show, but there is plenty of magic in it for those who have eyes to see. Innumerable pictures from the gallery of history crowd our minds. Egypt - Babylon - Nineveh - the old Indian civilisations - the coming of the Aryans to India and their spreading out over Europe and Asia - the wonderful record of Chinese culture - Knossoz and Greece -- Imperial Rome and Byzantium - the triumphant march of the Arabs across two continents - the renaissance of Indian culture and its decay - the little known Maya and Aztec civilisations of America - the vast conquests of the Mongols - the Middle Ages of Europe with their wonderful Gothic cathedrals - the coming of Islam to India and the Moghal Empire - the Renaissance of learning and art in western Europe- the discovery of America and the sea routes of the East - the beginnings of Western aggression in the East - the coming of the big machine and the development of capitalism - the spread of industrialism and European domination and imperialism and the wonders of science in the modern world.

Great empires have risen and fallen and been forgotten by man for thousands of years, till their remains were dug up again by patient explorers from under the sands that covered them. And yet, many an idea, many a fancy, has survived and proved stronger and more persistent than the empire.

"Egypt's might is tumbled down, Down a - down the deeps of thought; Greece is fallen and Troy town; Glorious Rome hath lost her crown. Venice's pride is nought. But the dreams their children dreamed, Fleeting, unsubstantial, vain, Shadowy as the shadows seemed, Airy nothing as they deemed, These remain" - So sings Mary Coleridge.

The past brings us many gifts; indeed, all that we have today is culture, civilisation, science, or knowledge of some aspects of the truth. It is a gift of the distant or recent past to us. It is right that we acknowledge our obligation to the past. But the past does not exhaust our duty or obligation; we owe a duty to the future also, and perhaps that obligation is even greater than the one we owe to the past. For the past is past and done with; we cannot change it; the future is yet to come and perhaps we may be able to shape it a little. If the past has given us some part of the truth, the future also hides many aspects of the truth and invites us to search for them. But often the past is jealous of the future and holds us in a terrible grip and we have to struggle with it to get free to face and advance towards the future.

History, it is said, has many lessons to teach us; and there is another saying,, that history never repeats itself. Both are true for we cannot learn anything from it by slavishly trying to copy it or by expecting it to repeat itself or remain stagnant; but we can learn something from it by prying behind it and trying to discover the forces that move it. Even so, what we get is seldom a straight answer. "History", says Karl Marx, "Has no other way of answering old questions than by putting new ones". The old days were days of faith. The wonderful temples, mosques and cathedrals of past centuries could never have been built but for the overpowering faith of the architects and builders and people generally. The very stones that they reverently put one on top of the other, or carved into beautiful designs, tell us of this faith The old temple spire, the mosque with its slender minarets, the Gothic cathedral, all of them pointing upward with an amazing intensity of devotion, as if offering a prayer in stone or marble to the sky above - thrill us even now.

I have given you many quotations and extracts from poets and others in this letter; I shall finish up with one more. It is from "Gitanjali"; it is a poem, or prayer, by Rabindra Nath Tagore:-

"Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high; Where knowledge is free; Where the world has not been broken up into fragments by narrow domestic walls; Where words come out from the depth of Truth; Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection; Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way into the dreary desert sand of dead habit; Where the mind is led forward by thee into every widening thought and action -- Into that Heaven of Freedom, my Father, let my country awake."

source: http://www.webspawner.com/users/nehru/


source: http://www.webspawner.com/users/nehru/

The purpose of Nehru's letter to his daughter
(by Mrs. C. Ekanayake, Retd. Specialist Teacher Eng. Lit., St. Anne's College, Kurunegala)

Nehru wrote this set of letters when he was in prison for being in the 'fore-front of the struggle' to win Independence for India. He was jailed eight times for being in the campaign against British Rule.
When Nehru was in prison his daughter Indira was a little girl. A father would usually write loving letters, affectionate and touching. But Nehru's letters were entirely different, arousing the curiosity of the readers. But Nehru has had a very energetic and ulterior motive and a far sighted purpose in his letters.
He used very simple language, so that his little daughter could understand him and follow him. Nehru was determined to arouse national feelings and devotion for her motherland.
There was an urgent need for independence for India. To end the era of British Colonial Rule Nehru made a successful attempt to inculcate, patriotism and love for 'mother India' and above all stimulate her, from her childhood - the importance of freedom to her mother country - in this Nehru succeeded.
India gained Independence and Nehru became the Prime Minister of India in 1947. Indira Gandhi realised that her father's desire were genuine and true he fought not for fame or status but with love and devotion for his mother country.
Jawaharlal Nehru's 'Letters to his Daughter' tend to inculcate the importance of patriotism and how even children could be directed in the right path to patriotism and detest flaunting of parental power.

source http://www.sundayobserver.lk/2004/12/05/mag05.html

2007-03-21

Томчуудад...

Эхнэр нөхөр хоёр орондоо орж унтахаар хэвтэцгээжээ. Тэгсэн нөхөр нь эхнэрээ "хүсч" оролдоход эхнэр нь татгалзан:
- Би ядраад толгой өвдөөд байна гэж л дээ.
Тэгсэн нөхөр нь: Тэгвэл хань нь хажуу айлын хүүхнээс толгойны эм гуйгаад ирье, удахгүйг бодноо гээд гарчээ.

Нөхөр: За, гялалзуулчих уу хоёулаа?
Эхнэр: Бас өөр хувилбар байдаг юм уу?

Жинхэнэ эр хүн уудаггүй, тамхи татдаггүй, мөрийтэй тоглодоггүй, хэрэлдэж маргадаггүй ба орчлонд байдаггүй.

Эмэгтэйчүүдийн 40%-д нь өвөл таалагддаг ба үлдсэн 60%-д нь таалагдахгүй. Мөн энэхүү судалгаагаар эмэгтэйчүүдийн 40% нь шубатай, 60 хувь нь шубагүй гэж гарсан байна.

Залуу хуульчийн хайрын захидал...

Эрхэм хайрт Бүсгүй,
2007 оны 3 дугаар сарын 8-ны Пүрэв гаригийн өдрөөс эхлэн Таньд дурласан сэтгэлээ илчлэхэд таатай байна.
2007 оны 3 дугаар сарын 8-ны 17 цаг 10 минутанд уулзсан бидний уулзалтын дагуу би өөрийгөө Таны дурлалт залуу гэж бодохыг хүсч байна.
Магадгүй, бидний анхны хайрын харилцаа холбоо туршилтын хугацаагаар 3н сар байж болох бөгөөд энэ хугацаанд бидний харьцаа, хайр дурлалын харилцааны түвшнээс хамааран цаашид тогтмол үргэлжилж болох юмаа. Туршилтын хугацаанд аль болох бие биендээ дотно харьцаа үүсгэх талаар хоёр талаас хичээнгүйлэн ажиллана гэдэгт, мөн дурлалт хоёроос гэр бүлийн хосууд болох суурь тавигдана гэдэгт найдаж байна.

Бидний уулзалтын болон зугаа цэнгэлд зарцуулагдсан зардлууд бид хоёр эн тэнцүүгээр хуваах төлөх нь зүйтэй болов уу. Гэвч Хайрт бүсгүй таны бие авч явах байдлаас хамааран би ихэнх хувийг төлөхөөр харилцан тохирох, магадгүй төлж болох юм.

Захидлын хариуг энэхүү захидлыг авснаас хойш 30 хоногийн дотор ирүүлээрэй гэдгийг Таниас хүсч байна. Эсрэг тохиолдолд энэхүү захидалд дурьдагдсан саналууд болон бичсэн зүйлүүд хүчингүй болох бөгөөд би өөр хүүхнүүдийг хайхаас өөр аргагүй болно гэдгээ урьдчилан мэдэгдье. Мөн магадгүй зарим болзошгүй хүчин зүйлүүд нөлөөлснөөс хүчингүй болж болно гэдгийг хэлсэн нь зүйтэй болов уу. Энэ удаадаа эдгээрт, дайн байлдааны нөхцөл байдал, байгалийн гамшиг, мөн түүнчлэн дотоодыг хамгаалах тусгай газар, үндэсний аюулгүй байдал, цэргийн үйл ажиллагаа, Таны өмнөх найз нарын зориуд зохион байгуулсан хорлон сүйтгэх үйл ажиллагаануудыг оруулах нь зүйтэй.

Миний саналаас хэрвээ Та татгалзсан тохиолдолд энэхүү захидлыг өөрийнхөө эгчид дамжуулвал би их баярлах болно.

Хайраа илчилсэн,
Залуу
Инээх ч сайхан шүү, нэгэн уншигчдаа зориулаад...

Ямар ч логик алга...
Сургуульд хичээлийн цаг ид дундаа өнгөрч байхад Вовка ганцаар коридорт их л санаа бодол болоод алхаж байх юм гэнэ. Сургуулийн захирал түүнийг олж хараад:
-Вовка, яагаад хичээл тасалсан!? гэж ширүүн асуужээ.
-Ямар ч логик алга!
-Юун логик? Ямар юмны учрыг ойлгохгүй байгаа юм?! Яасан?
-Захирал аа, би уг нь хичээлдээ сууж байсан юмаа. Тэсэлгүй унгачихсан чинь багш намайг хөөгөөд гаргачихсан, манай ангийнхан "үнэртээд" үлддэг байна шд. Энд ямар ч логик алга!

Хайсан нь...
Оюутнууд шалгалт өгч гэнэ. Хичээл заадаг профессор, өөрийн туслахыг хамт сууж байв. Оюутнууд ээлжилсээр ... Нэгэн оюутны ээлж болж шалгалтаа өгөхөөр танхимд орж ирлээ. Проф багш "за асуултаа сугал даа" гэж.
Тэгсэн оюутан асуултуудаас нэгийг сугалаад амандаа уншсанаа буцаад тавьчихаж гэнэ. Тэгснээ дахиад сугалав, дахиад л эргээд тавьчихав. Бас дахиад... Проф багш, туслах хоёр бүр гайхав. Оюутан ч сугалаад л тавиад, бүх асуултыг сугалснаа санаа алдсанаа чимээгүй л танхимаас гарчихаж гэнэ.
Проф: Муу! гэж л дээ.
Туслах нь: "Проф оо, энэ оюутан нэг л юм хайгаад л байсан биздээ. Тэгэхээр нэг ч атугай зүйл мэддэг л болж таарах гээд байна даа, түүнд гурав тавьж болохгүй юм уу" гэсэн гэдэг.

Ажлын байрандаа хэрхэн зөв унтах вэ? (ашигтай зөвлөлгөө)
Өдрийн цагаар ажил дээрээ жоохон ч болов унтаж нойроо авах нь шөнийн унталтаас илүү амралтыг өгдөг гэдэгтэй та маргахгүй биздээ. Гэвч яаж бусдын нүдэнд өртөхгүйгээр унтах вэ?
- Суудалдаа аль болох шигдэн суух. Хөлөө болж өгвөл өөр сандал дээр тавих юм уу хөлийнхөө улаар тулчих.
- Толгойгоо урагш нь жоохон гудайлгачих. Энэ нь чөлөөтэй амьсгалахад хэрэгтэ.
- Толгойгоо ийшээ тийшээ савчуулаад байхгүйн тулд хоёр гараагаа тулгуур хийнэ шүү. Тохойгоо сандлынхаа түшлэгт бөх гээч нь тухалж аваарай.
- Нүдээ аниад, гараа нүүрэндээ аваад хуруунуудаараа таглаарай. Гэхдээ та хуруунуудаа хооронд нь бага хэмжээгээр салгасан байх хэрэгтэй. Ингэхээр бусад хүмүүс таныг маш их бодол болоод, ажилдаа дарагдаад сууж байна хэмээн бодно.
- Хамгийн сүүлд, ажлынхаа дотно найзыг ажлын цаг дуусахаас таван минутын өмнө сэрээгээрэй гээд захичих. Бусдад сэжиг авахуулахгүйн тулд сэрэхдээ гэнэт огцом хөдөлгөөн бүү хийгээрэй. Баруун хөлнийхөө чигчий хуруунаас эхэлж хөдөлгөн бүх биеээ шалган сэрдэг юм шүү.
За амжилт хүсье.

2007-03-20

Нэгэн санал асуулгын дүгнэлт ба олон улсын 2007 оны "...байдал"

International Sex Survey 2007 Seduce Any Woman
It's official
: Foreign men have more sex, with more women, than American guys. We traveled the globe to find out how they do it. (And no, it's not their accents.)


Миний бодлоор энэ нь аргагүй юмаа. Уг нь наанаа чөлөөтэй юм шиг боловч хүмүүсийн хандах хандлага нь цаагуураа өөр. Ёстой л наашаа харж инээн цаашаа харж....Эхнэр нөхрөө хуурсан хүмүүст нийгмээрээ дургүй хандддаг. Ганц бие тохиолдолд болон албан ёсоор гэрлээгүй бол явах нь чөлөөтэй боловч албан ёсны эхнэр нөхөр болсны дараа бол харьцангуй бага санагддаг. Тэгээд нь эрт гэрлэхгүй, нас, зан суртахуун, ухамсар нь тогтсон үедээ гэрлэдэг нь их нөлөө үзүүлдэг байх. Нөгөө талаас үзэх юмаа үзчихсэн хүмүүс дахин шунах нь бага байдагтай холбоотой байж болох юм. Дахин хэлэхэд эдгээр нь миний бодол шүү.

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England : Take Her, Outside
Australia : Drive Her Wild
Romania : Play it Straight
China : Build Tension with Technology
Italy : Seduce Her with Food
India : Prolong Your Pleasure
Netherlands : Play with Positions
Greece : Don't be So Uptight

Монголд "...байдал" ямар байх бол?

Япон найзын минь хөгтэй явдлууд

Анх Америкт зорьж ирснийхээ дагуу англи хэлний курсад сурч байхдаа үе тэнгийн нэгэн япон залуутай танилцсан юм. Анх танилцаад удаагүй байхад тэрээр их хүүхэд шиг аашилдаг юм шиг бодогддог байв. Сүүлдээ дасаад бодол өөрчлөгдөв. Дээр нь нэгэн монгол найз минь Японд олон жил ажиллаад японжсоныг мэдэх тул ерөнхийдөө япон зан болохыг нь гадарлаж л байлаа.
Танилцахдаа өөрийгөө япон нэр минь Нориаки, америк нэр ОЖ гэдэг юм байна. Яагаад хоёр нэр хэрэгтэй вэ гэхээр баахан гадаад оюутнууд бие биенийхээ нэрийг хэлэх гэж, дээр нь америкчууд, багш нар бидний нэрийг хэлэх гэж хэлээ хугалахаас аргагүйд хүрнэ.
Монголчуудын нэр, миний нэр уртыг хэлэх үү, за дээр нь урт овогоо нэмчихвэл ч нэр дуудах гэж 4-н мөрт унших шиг л болно. За тэгээд таслаад хэлбэл богино хэмжээний үлгэр ярьж байгаа юм даа.

За эргээд гол асуудалдаа оръё. OJ гэж нэгэн америк эрийн нэрийг зээлсэн юм байхдаа гэж бодож суутал мань эр нэрээ олсон талаараа бяцхан түүх ярьдаг юм байна. Тэрээр анх удаа Америк хүнтэй танилцаад ярилцаж суугаад уусан ундаа нь оранж шүүс буюу Orange Juice байсан бөгөөд тэр үедээ энэ нэрээ олсон юм байна л даа.
Манайхан бол ундааны нэрээр өөрийгөө нэрлэхгүй дээ, нэрлэсэн ч бусдад хэлэхгүй дээ тээ. Их том том л нэр бодож олно доо. Аль эсвэл их дуудлага сайтай, уянгалаг, бичихэд сайхан харагддаг ч юм уу... хэхэ

Нэгэн удаа хичээл дээр олон үндэстнүүдийн хоолны тухай, гадаад оюутнууд улс орныхоо үндэсний хоол ундны тухай курсынхээ оюутнуудад болон америкчуудад 15 минутын танилцуулга (presentation) хийх даалгавар . Манай хүн ч нутагтаа хоолны бизнес буюу ресторан эрхэлж байснаа дурьдаад л эхэлж зураг үзүүлж байснаа гэнэт л цүнхээ уудлаад л
төрөл бүрийн суши (sushi) гарган биднийг дайлав. Үнэртүүлэхгүй, бас мэдэгдэхгүйн тулд сайн багласан байж билээ. Бид ч идэж мань хүний 15 минут дуусав. Үндсэн ажлаа мартсан мань эрийн хоолны амтанд хахуульдагдсан багш, бид нар дараагийн өдөр дахин танилцуулга бололцоо олгож билээ.

Бас нэгэн өдөр Макдональдс гэдгийг хэлэх гэж багшийн уурыг барах шахав. Тэгсэн Японд өөрөөр Мак-до-наль-до гэж дууддаг юм байна л даа. (энэ үнэн үү) "Манай Японд ингэж дууддаг, тэгэхгүй бол хэн ч ойлгохгүй" гээд багшаас зөрөөд....

Бидэнд ярианы хичээлийг буюу speaking-ийг нэгэн герман гаралтай эр заадаг байв. Тэрээр яг л герман. Би түүнийг үндэсний үзэлтэй нэгэн гэж боддог юм. Анх хараад л тэгж бодогдохоор. Эмх цэгцтэй, алхаж гишгэж буй нь. Өмссөн хувцас нь. Үсний засалт нь. Бас цэрэгт удаан алба хаасан иракт цэргийн алба хааж байсан нэгэн. Бидний хичээл заримдаа хичээл гэхээсээ эрчүүдийн яриа болчихдог байв. Учир нь мань эрийн зааж буй хэсэгт хүүхнүүд удаан тогтохгүй. Хичээл дээрээ герман пиво яриад л. Бид ч гэсэн идэх, уухаа яриад л... Хичээл нь ярианых юм чинь юуны тухай ярьсан ч болно ш дээ. Янз бүрийн түүх ярина. Заримдаа хүүхнүүдийн тухай ч гэх шиг. мерик хүүхэн, герман хүүхэн, нутаг нутгийнхаа хүүхнүүдийг гээд л... Хэдэн удаа хичээл биш пиво баранд пиво уунгаа ээлж дараалан бусдадаа төрөл бүрийн сэдвээр яриа хийж билээ. Монголын түүхийг, Чингисийн түүхийн талаар цухас ярьж байсан юм байна.
Нэгэн удаа хичээл дээр япон найзыг минь "L" (л) үсэгний дуудлагыг сургахаар болов оо. Хоёр оронтой тоотой хэдэн жил амьдарсан хэрнээ ч хэлж сураагүй л байгаа. Тэгээд самбар дээр election (сонгууль) гэж бичээд түүнээр уншуулахав. Манай найз ч яахав шууд л erection (хөвчрөх) гээд л авч байнаа. Тэрийгээ өөрөө ч тоохгүй хэд хэдэн удаа давтаад хэлэхийг яана. Тэгсэн багш улам цаашлуулаад "today is an election-day" гээд биччихлээ. Манай хүн ч "today is an erection-day" гээд авч байнаа. Тоохгүй болохоор нь, тоохгүй ч гэж дээ (найз хичээлээ хийгээд багшийн бичсэнийг их л хичээнгүйлэн уншиж байхад) багш бүр цаашлуулаад "I like an election" гээд биччихлээ. Тэгсэн манай хүн "I like an erection" гээд л авч байнаа. Биднийг инээгээд байхад ч ойлгохгүй байсан хичээнгүй оюутанд багш тайлбарлаж өгснөөр давтан хэлэх нь зогссон юм.
Багш тэгээд зарим англи үгнүүдийг буруу хэлбэл хэрхэн утга нь өөрчлөгдөж, ярьж байгаа хүн эвгүй байдалд орж болохыг тайлбарлаж нилээн хэдэн жишээ татсан юм. Тэдгээр нь голдуу "том хүн"-ий үгнүүд тул оруулаад яахав дээ. Заримыг нь ч мартсан байна.

.... энэ удаа өндөрлий дөө...
Дуурь үзэх дуртай юу? Тэр тусмаа хип-хоп дуурь?
Баригдчихгүй л бол өглөө гэнэт сэрээд гэр орноо, эхнэр, хүүхдээ санах, харамсах, гэмших, шаналах, алийг тэр гэх билээ. Эрээн бараантай амьдралаа гэж...
(Зарим бичлэгүүд нь хаагдсан бол тэдгээрийг Та youtube.com-оос үзээрэй. Мэдээж хэрвээ сонирхвол.)


Trapped in the Closet
"Trapped in the Closet" is a hip-hop opera released by R&B singer R. Kelly in the late summer and fall of 2005. The songs relate an ongoing narrative, which Kelly exploited by sending chapters to radio stations one at a time to generate interest. It has no chorus and is told in a conversational manner, using dramatics and cliffhangers between the episodes.
Originally Kelly only planned to release six chapters.[citation needed] In November 2005, six more chapters were released, for a total of twelve. The story is about a man named Sylvester, portrayed by Kelly (Sylvester is R. Kelly's middle name) who is caught up in a series of intertwining dramas with numerous plot twists.
Kelly maintains that he has pioneered a new genre that he calls "
hip-hopera."[citation needed] It is believed he developed the technique around the 2001 release for the Kelly-produced Contagious of the Isley Brothers, where Ron Isley exhibits the perfection of the "hip-hopera" style, with lyrics provided by Kelly. Critics of the songs argue that Kelly tells the story with a choppy tone and uses repetitive vocalization throughout the songs. The tracks have also reached a minor cult status - some of R.Kelly's fans refer to it as the "Plan 9 of music videos."[citation needed]
'"Trapped in the Closet"' is often called a
rap opera despite the fact that it doesn't contain any rapping
.
(more)



source www.youtube.com & http://en.wikipedia.org

2007-03-19

"Эрүүл байхыг хүсвэл зөв хоолло" (The New Food Pyramid)
Beck and Jenni's blog - тоо зөв хооллохыг талаар оруулсан байсан. Зарим нэгэн тодруулгыг энд хийлээ. Шинэ болон хуучин пирамидын ялгааг энд дарж уншаарай.

It is not the same old food pyramid. In 2005, the new dietary guidelines were released by the United States Department of Agriculture. To complement the new guidelines, the food guide pyramid was updated as well.

Хэрвээ Та өөрийнхөө өдрийн хүнсний хэмжээг мэдэхийг хүсвэл ийшээгээ.
(жинг pound-аар нэхвэл энд дараад кг-аас шилжүүлчих, харин өндрийг inch, feet-ээр нэхвэл бас энд дараад метрээс шилжүүлээрэй.)

MyPyramid Animation
(Realplayer)

Бусад мэдээллийг Та өөрөө уншина бизээ.

Эрүүл хүнс - Эрүүл орчин - Эрүүл энх - Жаргалтай амьдрал
AKON - HITS
Kishan Aliaune Damala Bouga Time Puru Nacka Badara Akon Thiam, often going by the shorter Aliaune Thiam (born March 14, 1973), and better known by his stage name Akon, is an American R&B singer, rapper, songwriter, record producer, and record executive. Akon rose to fame in 2004 following the release of his single "Lonely" from his debut album Trouble. His second album, Konvicted, earned him a Grammy Award nomination for the single "Smack That". He is the founder of both Konvict Muzik and Kon Live Distribution. Other sources have said his name is simply Alioune Badara Thiam. (more)



source www.youtube.com

2007-03-18

Бид (эрчүүд) эхнэр, хүүхнүүддээ тусалснаар юуг "хожих" вэ?

Саяхан Beck and Jenni's blog
"Хэрхэн бөх гэгч нь сайхан унтаж амрах вэ?" гээд
National Sleep Foundation-ны хийсэн судалгаан дээр үндэслэн гаргасан бяцхан зөвөлгөөнүүд -ийг оруулсан
байсан.
Унтахтай холбоотой бас нэгэн мэдээлэл. Сайн унтаж амрах нь, тэр тусмаа эхнэр, хүүхнүүдийн унтаж амрах нь эрчүүдийн нэгэн асуудлыг шийдвэрлэдэг байна. Сурсан зангаараа олон үгээр яахав шууд л оруулчихий:


"If poor sleep patterns are a daily occurrence for women, it severely impacts their energy towards sex in the bedroom -- which is going to then affect men. It's all interconnected, and recognizing the problem will help any relationship."

За тэгээд сонирхвол
ийшээ.

мэдээллийн эх сурвалж: http://www.menshealth.com


жич: хэрвээ уншигч хүсвэл ер нь оруулж байгаа мэдээллүүдээ орчуулаад, за даа бараг монголчлоод тависан ч болно. Зарим нэгэн англи хэл суралцахад тус дөхөм болох болов уу гэж бодоод, бас залхуураад байгаа юм л даа.

2007-03-17

The Greg Behrendt Show Энэ удаа заримдаа цаг нь, агуулга нь таалагдвал үзчихдэг ТВ-ийн нэгэн шоунаас мэдээлэл орууллаа. Энэхүү "The Greg Behrendt Show" нэвтрүүлгээр хүмүүсийн харьцааны асуудлыг ихэвчлэн хөнддөг.

TOURNAMENT OF SEXY
See what men really think is sexy!

Greg started off with two sides of the tournament: Physical vs. Personality. Which will prevail? See how your answers compare to the 100 men polled around town. What do you think men said?

Physical:
Breasts vs. Stomach
Neck vs. Small of back
Legs vs. Butt
Eyes vs. Smile

Personality:
Sense of humor vs. Athletic
Smarts vs. Confidence
Her touch vs. Fragrance
Her laugh vs. Her walk

Which do you think won from the Physical side?
Which do you think won from the Personality side?

Overall – the 100 men polled... Do you think Physical or Personality won?

Хариулт.


Өнгөт инээд хамтлагийн "Алтан гахай жил" тоглолтийг МN25 ТВ-ээс татаж аваад орууллаа. Бичлэгт байсан сурталчилгаануудыг хэмжээ, цаг хэмнэхийн үүднээс хассан. Бас 2 хэсэг байсныг нөхцөл байдлын үүднээс 5 болголоо. Танд таалагдах байх гэж найдаж байна.

2007-03-16

Craig David - Seven Days




(You know what, what, what, got something to say, yeah)
(Craig David, seven days, check it out, yeah)

On my way to see my friends
Who lived a couple blocks away from me (ow)
As I walked through the subway
It must have been about a quarter past three
In front of me stood a beautiful honey
With a beautiful body (body)
She asked me for the time I said it'd cost her, her name
A six-digit number and a date with me tomorrow at nine

Did she decline, no
Didn't she mind, I don't think so
Was it for real, damn sure
What was the deal, a pretty girl aged 24
So was she keen, she couldn't wait
Cinnamon queen, well, let me update
What did she say, she said she'd love to rendezvous
She asked me what we were gonna do
Said we'd start with a bottle of Moet for two

Monday, took her for a drink on Tuesday
We were making love by Wednesday
And on Thursday and Friday and Saturday
We chilled on Sunday
I met this girl on Monday
Took her for a drink on Tuesday
We were making love by Wednesday
And on Thursday and Friday and Saturday
We chilled on Sunday

Nine was the time, cos I'll be getting mine
And she was looking fine
Smooth talker, she told me
She'd love to unfold me all night long
Ooh, I loved the way she kicked it
From the front to the back she flipped it
(Back she flipped it, ooh, the way she kicked it)
And I, oh, I, yeah
Hope that she'd care
Cos I'm a man who'll always be there (ooh, yeah)
I'm not a man to play around, baby (ooh, yeah)
Cos a one-night stand isn't really fair
From the first impression, girl
Hmmm, you don't seem to be like that
Cos there's no need to chat
For there'll be plenty time for that
From the subway to my home
Endless ringing of my phone
When you're feeling all alone
All you gotta do is just call me, call me

Monday, took her for a drink on Tuesday
We were making love by Wednesday
And on Thursday and Friday and Saturday
We chilled on Sunday
I met this girl on Monday
Took her for a drink on Tuesday
We were making love by Wednesday
And on Thursday and Friday and Saturday
We chilled on Sunday

(Break it down, break it down)
Since I met this special lady, ooh, yeah
I can't get her off my mind
She's one of a kind
And I ain't about to deny it
It's a special kind of thing with you, oh

Monday, took her for a drink on Tuesday
We were making love by Wednesday
And on Thursday and Friday and Saturday
We chilled on Sunday
I met this girl on Monday
Took her for a drink on Tuesday
We were making love by Wednesday
And on Thursday and Friday and Saturday
We chilled on Sunday

lyrics from: http://homepage.ntlworld.com


2007-03-15

Хүний газарт гүний нутагт эцэг эх болон хүүхдүүдийн анхаарах нэгэн зүйл - 2

Өчигдөр уг нь энэ тухай оруулахаар бодож байсан боловч бичиж байсан хадуураад явчихсан байна. :) Хүүтэй байсан бол санаа зовох асуудал бага байхсан. Гэвч бандгар, дээр нь өсвөр насны охинтой болохоор бодож явах нэгэн зүйл:

Америкаар бол sex offender - "A sex offender is a person who has been criminally charged and convicted of, or has pled guilty to, a sex crime. A crime requiring mandatory sex offender registration can be anywhere from downloading pornographic material of persons under the age of 18 off of the internet (child pornography) to rape and even non sexual offenses such as kidnapping, may require registration. The term sexual offender is a broad term, with sexual predator being used to describe a more severe physical or repeat sexual offense. Sexual offenders are also sometimes classified into levels, where the highest level offenders have the most aggravating crimes and thus, the most risk to the public and usually must register as a sex offender for their entire lives. Low level sexual offenders may serve only a probationary sentence and only register for 10 years as well as having less restrictions placed on them compared to higher lever offenders. As a label of identity it is used in criminal psychology. Especially in the United States and the United Kingdom, the person, if convicted, is most likely required to register with the respective jurisdiction's sex offender registry." (source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_offender)

Монголоор ceксийн хүчирхийлэгч, гаж донтнууд, хүчиндэгч, хууран мэхлэгч гэх боловч, бас энэ этгээдүүд насанд хүрээгүй хүн буюу хүүхдүүдийг уруу татах, аргалах, хуурах зэрэг үл бүтэх зүйлүүдийг ямар ч аргаар хийнэ. Амраар нь "үл бүтэх этгээдүүд" гээд нэрлэе. Эдгээр хүмүүс нь хэн ч байдгаараа аюултай. Хүний санаанд оромгүй - цагдаа, багш, эмч гээд хүүхдүүдтэй харьцдаг хүмүүсээс авахуулаад оюутан, жолооч гээд бодоод байсан мэргэжлийн хязгаар алга. Тэд хэн ч байж болно. Тэдэнд бас насны болон бие бялдарын хязгаар гэж байхгүй. Тамир тэнхээ дутуу тахир дутуу хүмүүсээс авахуулаад булчин шөрмөстэй тамирчин эр хүртэл. Тэд хэдэн настай ч байж болно. Залуу, хижээл насных, таяг тулсан өвгөн ч байх шиг. Бас гэр бүлтэй, ганц бие, найзтай нөхөртэй энээ тэрээ бас хамаа байхгүй. Дээр нь хамгийн муухай нь өөрсдөө үр хүүхэдтэй мөртлөө хүүхэдтэйгээ чацуу, бүр дүү хүүхдүүдийг "хүсч", "ангуучилж" явдаг. Бүр заримд нь эрэгтэй, эмэгтэй нь хамаа байхгүй. Зөвхөн өнөөдрийн л жишээ гэхэд ТВ-ийн мэдээгээр манай хотод нэгэн гал хамгаалагч эрийг барьсан талаар ярьж байна.



Та бас "To Catch a Predator" цуврал нэвтрүүлгийг үзсэн байхаа гэж бодож байна. Энэхүү нэвтрүүлгийн талаар товчхон танилцуулбал: "үл бүтэх этгээдүүд" Америкт нэтээр, ихэвчлэн чат, мессенжэрээр хүүхдийг "ангуучилдаг". Тэд өөрсдийгөө янз бүрээр танилцуулан хүүхдүүдтэй ямар нэгэн аргаар холбоо тогтоон улмаар тэднийг сексийн талаар уруу татдаг. Иймээс цагдаагийн болон холбогдох байгууллагын хүмүүс интернэтэд "хүүхэд" нэрээр орж нөгөө үл бүтэх этгээдүүдийг намнадаг. Энэ намналтыг үзүүлдэг нэвтрүүлэг юм. Нэвтрүүлгийн талаар мэдээллийн энд дарж үзнэ үү. Уг сайтад AS SEEN ON THE BROADCAST руу орж зарим нэвтрүүлгийг үзэж болно.

Эдгээр " үл бүтэх этгээдүүд"-ийн судалгаа Америкт олон нийтэд ил тод байдаг. Хэрвээ Та Америкт амьдардаг бол USA people search болон Dru Sjodin National Sex Offender Public Registry website сайтуудаас тус тус ZIP code оруулан харж болно. Миний байгаа газар хүн ам багатай, хөдөөнийх гэхэд 100 гаран этгээдүүд байлаа.
Зарим мужид эдгээр үл бүтэх этгээдүүдийг сургууль болон цэцэрлэгийн газраас тодорхой хэмжээнд ойртохгүй байхыг сануулсан байдаг. Сүүлийн үед үл бүтэх этгээдүүдэд хөлд нь тусгай төхөөрөмж зүүн дээр дурьдсан газруудаас зохих хэмжээний зайд явааг хэмжих болсон байна. Хэрвээ тодорхой хэмжээнээс хэтэрвэл дуут дохиог холбогдох газарт илгээн цагдаа шууд очих бололцоотой. Дээр тв-ээр нэгэн "үл бүтэх этгээд" цагдаагийн байгууллаг хоорондын маргааны тухай гарсан. "Этгээд" зохих ял шийтгэлээ эдлээд шоронгоос гараад засарсан хэмээн гэж өөрийгөө үзэж байгаа боловч цагдаагийн газраас уг этгээдийг хуулийн дагуу сургуулиас холгүй орших гэрээ нүүлгэх, өөрөө нүүхийг шаардсан байж. "Этгээд" хүний эрхээ хамгаалан, цагдаагийнхаар болохоор хуулийн дагуу сургуулиас 1 км зайнаас хол байх ёстой дүрмээ барьсан байна. Уг эрийн гэр нь сургуулиас 900 м зайд байсан байна.

Бас эдгээр этгээдүүдийн машины дугаарын суурь өнгийг өөрчлөхөөр зарим санал холбогдох шатандаа явж байна. Өмнө нь ягаан болгох гээд бүтээгүй ч энэ удаа машины платын өнгийг ногоон (мөн энд) болгохоор яригдаж байна. Сонирхуулахад, машины дугаарын платуудыг үзий гэвэл ийшээ шагайгаарай.

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