Monday, June 8, 2009

Idle Hands

idle handsWhat could be preventing my motorcycle from running properly?
My left hand's thumb is shaking from past two weeks(specially when I keep hand idle), really scared, and unable to meet doctor, any help from anybody, why is it? what may be the cause? what are the solutions... any medicines available? any help will be appreciated.

Left hand thumb shaking.?

What other movies are like the movies Idle Hands and Scary Movie?
...or are only the socialists making hay? Will that make any sense for them looking at the dozens of robbed and exploited Latin American countries sucked up to their borders?Oh, this is a classic comment from this guy... Idle hands? Unemployment in the US is 8.9%, yet they do nothing about it while unemployment is still only 4.8% in Japan, yet they are making hay out of it, come on over and see. Don't expect me to write the history of Japan (or the world) for you. 4.8% unemployment is normal range, low in America. Even near-perfect societies keep statistics, Plato.Compared to whom? WHOM did you say?Yeah. Here we go with the free lessons. The Boxer Rebellion occurrred at the turn of the 20th century in central coastal China, natives chasing out Western exploiters including near the whole of Western Europe, all behind - who? That's right. The US. There had been other rebellions in Japan prior, during and after this Chinese rebellion against the West, also to chase out the so-called "Christian" exploiters. Check any large Western museum ranging from Russia to the US. See the Chinese section of broken off statue pieces and exquisite Chinese artworks - all stolen out of China by Western armies on the heels of the Boxer Rebellion. (By the way, they want the stuff back.) The US, still keen to exploit China following their rousal by the Boxers, continued to swarm Asian coasts and countries, ultimately facing Japanese keen to expel them. Under War Plan Orange, the US blockaded Japan, forcing them to either starve or attack.The war with Japan started well prior to the turn of the 20th century with US imperialist exploitation of Asia. There are plenty of gripes about how Japan faced off the US, nevertheless you get the whole picture for the first time in your blind life. I could just disappear from this site - and wouldn't I love to - and leave you propagandized hicks to your void of reality for eternity. In fact, I hope to soon. I'm worn out. But there's no charge. I would just ask that since you're so soft-heartedly fond of the Chinese that you return your caches of stolen Chinese art to them. Thanks.

Does your capitalism do anything with your idle hands?
At low speed my 2000 f250 4x4 steers like a tank. If the rpms are low you have to manhandle it with both hands to steer it but if you give it a little acceleration and increase engine rpms the steering improves. I've replace the power steering pump with no improvement. Any suggestions?

What would cause my 2000 f250 4x4 to lose steering at low speed and idle?
i jus got my kx 85 out today after its first oil and petrol change from wat was already in the tank so i guess my ratio mix was diffrent from who ever had it fisrt in ran perfect from the petrol tht was already in it i used 32-1 mix ration 32mls oil to a litre of petrol i took the bike out today and its totally changed the bike was smoking more thn before as if ther was to much oil used and i drove it tiday thers was not as much power there and the bike sounded slightley boggey lyk out of tune if u kno wat i mean and overall wasnt right couldnt feel the power hit in correctly and stuff i hope its jus the petrol wat else could it be although i did turn the little screw on the left hand side of the bike its not the idle screw but its near to it , it looks gold and its slightly inside athink its the carb idk but idk wat this screw is even tho i turned it plz plz plz help il really appreciate it i jus hope its not nothing bad as i have no money at the min but the bike ran absalutley perfect the ride before plz help asap thx very much thxxxx

kx 85 help plz ???plz look?
Guilt is a difficult emotion that can disable the human spirit. However, guilt can also be the catalyst for moral and spiritual development. In both novels, The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini, and Fifth Business, by Roberston Davies, the protagonists, Amir and Dunstable respectively, overcome the feeling of guilt. In each text, main characters are called upon to do something for another person. Inability or refusal results in a feeling of guilt - which is only managed when the characters do something for the person in need. Amir participates in an incident that causes harm to his close friend Hassan and Dunstable participates in an incident that causes harm to a strange lady Mrs. Dempster. The resulting guilt plagues Amir and Dunstable until such a time when through good acts they obtain redemption. Amir and Dunstable are like the rest of us; they are called upon to do good for others. In The Kite Runner Amir’s best friend Hassan gets raped by Assef and his friends. It happens in front of Amir but he stands idle, not doing anything. He runs away, pretending he hasn’t seen what happens. In Fifth Business, Percy Boyd Staunton throws a snowball with a stone in it at Dunstable Ramsay, who ducks; it hits the pregnant Mrs. Dempster. Consequently, she gives birth to a premature baby and loses her sanity. In two novels, when Amir and Dunstable stand eye to eye, it is Amir who blinks first admitting the defeat on not accepting the challenge. In The Kite Runner, Amir could have saved his friend from the dirty hand of Assef and his friends by calling some one else for help or by fighting along with Hassan. But Amir’s passiveness doesn’t let him to take any action and he runs away, thus, he refused to take any action. On the other hand, In Fifth business, Dunstable could not have saved Mrs. Dempster because as soon as he ducks, the stone hits Mrs. Dempster, thus, he was unable to do anything. In the resulting uneasiness Amir avoids closeness with Hassan. By way of contrast Dunstable seeks the compnay of Mrs Dempster. Inability or refusal to follow up on some request, however, results in guilt and the memories in relation to the incidents emerge many times in Amir’s and Dunstable’s life, in some instances leaving them vulnerable and refreshing their memories. The storylines initiated in their youth of Amir and Dunstable are updated via memories and carried forward into the future For instance, in The Kite Runner, When the Russian soldier asks for a woman in the bus, Amir’s father (Baba) says to the translator, “Tell him I’ll take a thousand of his bullets before I let this indecency take place.” After hearing this Amir feels ashamed that while his father would give his life to save someone, but he did nothing to save his friend. “Sometimes, I too wondered if I was really Baba’s son.” Amir says. Likewise, in Fifth Business, When Mrs. Ramsey tells her husband all the juicy details about Mrs. Dempster; Dunstan listens guiltily through the vents in his bedroom. “I learned all the gynecological and obstetrical details as they were imparted piecemeal to my father; the difference was that he sat comfortably beside the living-room stove, opposite my mother, while I stood barefoot and in my nightshirt beside the stovepipe upstairs, guilt-ridden and sometimes nauseated as I heard things that were new and terrible to my ears.” Dunstan Ramsay feels responsible for Mrs. Dempster's condition. He describes how as a child he listened "guilt-ridden" to his mother's account of the first six months of the life of the premature Paul Dempster. Burdened with a Presbyterian conscience, Ramsay carries his guilt with him for the rest of his life, providing for Mrs. Dempster until she dies. In addition, Dunstable returns to Deptford. From the magistrate, he obtains the address of Miss Bertha Shanklin, the old maid aunt who had taken Mrs. Dempster away to live with her in Weston. The magistrate insinuates that whoever had thrown the snowball at Mrs. Dempster ruined her life, her husband's life, and their son Paul's life. Clearly the magistrate suspects Dunstan of being the culprit. Dunstan admits nothing, but his sense of guilt and obligation to Paul is renewed by the magistrate's implied accusation. Nonetheless, both novels revolve around the effects and burden of guilt, in Amir’s case, guilt is the catalyst for moral development while in Dunstable’s case, guilt is the catalyst for spiritual development. For instance, Dunstan finds the career which carries him through life, and he begins his annual trips to study saints. Whereas, Amir marries Soraya, even though, she is not a virgin.

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. . freshly snubbed faces all in a row hands out and open, honoring freedom here's that break you needed challenged by nothing but a bus ride, the givers give less than they take eternal gift of strangulation, free now....paying still systematic demoralization forced assimilation planned obsolescence unscheduled results call them back for and to, the hand that kills in need of the needy, doors held open as the monster eats itself offstage the gaffers refuse to turn the lights on what if anyone found it? American Idol?...America Idle? . .

Will you read this and let me know you did?
What if I argued that philosophy has little or no educational value at all, as all its questions are open-ended, and answers all matters of personal opinion? I say this in the light of my understanding that defines education as a formal way of learning with an objective to improve a person in ability and attitude through acquisition of specific knowledge and skills. Then may be philosophy alone is just a pursuit fit only for idle minds with lots of time at their hands, and for people who really seek development of their persons something else is needed atop philosophical thought … but what that ‘something’ might be, I hope you will be able to throw some light on. Your thoughts!

Do you think philosophy has any educational value?
PLEASE BE BRUTAL! (: Padre The blistering hot sun baked the Brazilian soil as the young priest walked along the road. Dressed in a full black suit and a Bible in his hand, Father Fernando meandered from town to town. He did not seem to be bothered by the heat that had tormented him like an ant that was under a magnifying glass. He was scruffy with clear, lucid eyes. The priest embraced the distance and kept on walking. As the sun fell through the crimson clouds, Father Fernando took shelter for the night and rested his tired feet. In the morning, the sky was streaked with the golden warmth of the sun. He began his journey again. After the sun climbed high in the sky, leaving only barely a shadow in front of him, Father Fernando arrived to a small village. On the outskirts of town, there was a man that looked as if he had been beaten down by the harsh world. His eyes were light brown compared to the dark circles under them. The man’s clothes were tattered and worn like his skin. His leather hide was as dark as bark on an oak tree. With the little money the Father had left, he eagerly gave it to the man along with a blessing. The crying man thanked him and Father Fernando walked on. When he passed through the village, the scintillating sun shone brighter on the land. He spoke with the people and enlightened them. Father Fernando kept on strolling up the path. Along the way, he saw a young woman carrying a limp child in her arms. She looked frantic as she cradled her baby. The woman had auburn eyes and her face was streaked with sweat. Her skin was red from the sun beating down on her bare arms and neck. Father Fernando strode toward the young mother. Her baby looked almost ghostlike, even in the shadow of his mother’s arms. He looked uncomfortable. The priest said a prayer that seemed to have calmed the restless child and a wave of relieve washed over the fretting mother. She thanked the aging priest and wept. The young woman faced the sun as it casted a long shadow behind her. Father Fernando walked the opposite way. Clouds were forming in the darkening sky as the sun had disappeared behind them. Father Fernando did not notice. The day had dimmed and began to dampen. When rain began to trickle down, water hissed when it touched the hot earth. The light shower gradually shifted to a steady pounding of rain drops. Almost blinded by the downpour, Father Fernando spotted flashing red lights just up ahead. The gray scenery loomed around the Priest. Speeding up his pace, Father Fernando caught up to the bus. Through the transparent open doors, a flood of drenched people were entering and taking their seats. A robust man with nearly black eyes was puffing on a thick cigar. He waited impatiently behind the wheel with his fingers tapping on the lever to close the door. As the Priest stepped on the bus, the driver looked at him and pointed to the plastic box filled with coins and paper money. The rain had quickened its rate and the sky looked like night. The only lights visible for miles were the flickering fluorescent bulbs inside of this vehicle. The Father asked the man if he could get a free ride just until they had reached the next town, for he had walked many miles that day. The driver’s face reddened and he sprung out of his seat almost knocking over the collection box. Everyone’s face was directed at the scene happening over by the front door. Thunder cracked like a whip as the doors were ripped open. The driver grabbed Father Fernando’s frail arm and he shoved the helpless priest through the doors. Father Fernando dropped like an anchor in a shallow, muddy puddle. The passengers watched in awe as they saw the holy man lying on the soggy ground. All of their faces were pressed against the cold windows, leaving imprints of condensation. The man driving the bus got back in his seat with a thud and shook the entire vehicle. He closed the doors and sped off into the ominous night. Yellow headlights cut through the darkness as it bounded up the road. Father Fernando blinked and gradually got to his feet. When he stood, Father Fernando brushed the debris and anger off of him. He wiped the slick mud off of his weary face with his sleeve. The rain had not let up and the thunder grumbled in the far distance. A white car had pulled up to the Priest. Rolling down the windows, a young man appeared in the driver’s seat. He had thick blond tresses with oceanic eyes. The young man offered Father Fernando a ride and he graciously accepted. The two men rode in silence and listened to the rainfall lighten. The peaceful drive was interrupted by the sight at the side of the street. There were flickering lights inside of the object standing idle on the road. A flood of people rushed out of it. Father Fernando asked the young man to stop by the wreckage. Following the Priest’s instructions, he halted. The rain was now a mere trickle and the dim sky was parte

will someone please tell me what they think about my short story?
It's nothing big, and maybe it's just me being artistic, but with idle hands I don't doodle...but write random words over and over. Sometimes somebody has just said the word and it's stuck in my head (almost like I feel obligated to write it), or it's one from no where, or just my name constantly. In class I run out of paper fast because the margins are filled with these words and I can't turn that in respectively. What's going on here?grania_3, psychology is the study of mental processes.

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