Choi Siwon

Choi Siwon

Choi Siwon is a singer male from Seoul , South Korea . He is one of the members of boyband , namely Super Junior . He is an actor and model too . He was born in Gangnam , Seoul , on April 7th , 1986 . Siwon’s father is a conglomerate which own Hyundai Department Store , while his mother is a diplomat . He has one sister , namely , Choi Jiwon . One of his favorite sport is basketball .

Choi Siwon is a perfect man for me . He is a handsome and tall man . His height is 183 cm . He has shiny and white skin . He has pointed nose . His hair is straight and black . Then , he has beautiful eyes . He has sweet smile too . But , the most important thing about him , he is a talented man . As I tell to you previously , he is an actor , singer , and model . Furthermore , he can play some musical instruments , such as drum , guitar , piano and bass . In addition , he is fluent in English and Chinese . The last , he is the holder of black belt in Taekwondo .
He is really amazing , so I love him so much .


Star of life by Nike Ardila

When I Hear It In My Ears

Whispering So Sure And Grace

Someting Day I Left Behind

All You Said Is Our Mine

Even Know Is Sort Fine

All Alone Is Be You Behind
Yes, I Have To Decide

Coz I M Broke Devine

Of The Low That Is All Mine
For Away I M Broke My Nise

Deep Inside I Full Of Those

Asking You To Go Away

Let Be Here All Alone

Let Be Rain Is Before

I Will Love With You Once More

I Want In To In The Sky

Like Tomorrow Is Just Star

And The Future Will Be Mine
Dark I Night I M Sitting All Alone

Wondering Why Love Has Gone Oooooo

I Dont Belive Wish Hearing Will Our Know….

Kind The Night That Is True

Loving You Ever KnowYou Will Fine Anymore………..


donald duck

donald duck

I like it so much, because it is very cute and funny. He has blue eyes and white fur. He wears blue shirt. The way of his walk is followed by Indonesian Singer, Saskia Gotik.


Irfan Bachdim

Irfan Bachdim

Irfan Bachdim is one of handsome football player in Indonesia. He was born on August 11 1988 in Mijdrecht, Netherlands. I think he is very smart and talented man, because he can join in the best club in Indonesia. He has white skin. Then he has pointed nose, and beautiful eyes. He has wavy hair but I like his hair. I like him so much.

Effective Study Habits

by Gene Grzywacz

Effective study habits are essential for achieving and maintaining a high GPA. More importantly, effective study habits help you to store information in long-term memory, allowing you to use the learned information in a novel setting. Applying the following rules for studying will aid you in earning excellent marks in school.

Do: 1. Keep the area around your desk neat and tidy. If possible, the area should also be quiet. If you are having trouble finding a quiet place to study, try the local library or park. The library is a perfect place to have peace and quiet. The park may not be as quiet, but the fresh air can make studying less nerve-racking. If these options are unavailable, then try listening to some music while studying.

2. Have a scheduled study time for each school day. Remember that one classroom hour should be reinforced by two hours of studying at home.

3. Sit down for 45 minute intervals, followed by 15 minute breaks. Having an easily attainable goal, like sitting for set duration of time, is effective for increasing motivation.

4. Reward yourself if and only if you have met your goal for that study session. For example, if you plan to study one chapter and succeed, then you may reward yourself by doing something pleasurable. Examples of positive reinforcement are: food, exercise, videogames, etc.

5. Make correspondences between your class notes and your textbook. This will help you to fill in any background information not covered in class.

6. Prepare questions about the chapter that will be discussed in the following class. This will help you identify areas that you don’t understand.

7. Put any new words or concepts to use. The more you use the learned information, the more likely you will be to remember it. This is especially true for language classes.

8. Finally, review what you have studied just before you go to bed. You will find that you will remember the words very strongly the next morning.

Don’t: 1. Procrastinate. Cramming is not beneficial for producing long term memory.

2. Highlight. Highlighting is a form of procrastination, because you are saving note taking for later. This means you must use the book twice instead of once. Instead, make careful notes to compliment your classroom notes, along with page numbers so that you can refer back to the book if necessary.

3. Study on the computer. You are bound to be tempted to check your email or surf the net.

4. Leave your cell phone on during study time. No matter who is calling or texting you, usually it can wait 45 minutes. Having your cell phone on during study time can be a major distraction and is not conducive to learning.

5. Study just after you have eaten. Studies have shown that thinking is slower after having a meal.

6. Space out. When you feel your mind begin to wander, remind yourself to concentrate. If you are reading, using your finger is a good way to keep your mind on track. The movement of your finger on the page forces you to pay attention to what you are doing.


Exercise-induced brochospasm or E.I.B.

Exercise-induced brochospasm or E.I.B. presents itself 
with acid retention symptoms of shortness of breath, 
and/or an elevated respiratory rate and wheezing, similiar 
to an asthma attack. However, many athletes will also 
experience decreased stamina, or difficulty in recovering 
from exertion compared to other team members, or paroxysmal 
coughing from an irritable airway all caused by increased 
metabolic, dietary, respiratory acidosis. 
Consequently, a potential for under-diagnosis exists because 
current medical-savants are not testing for dietary, 
metabolic and respiratory acidosis.  Measurement of airflow, 
such as peak expiratory flow rates, the pH of blood, 
saliva and urine, measurement of blood plasma oxygen, 
blood plasma carbon dioxide and blood plasma sodium 
bicarbaonte can be done inexpensively and may prove 
helpful in determining dietary, metabolic and/or 
respiratory acidosis caused by over-exercise, and an 
acidic lifestyle and diet.
While the potential triggering events for E.I.B. are 
well recognized by current medical savants, the underlying 
pathogenesis is poorly understood because of the lack of 
recognition of latent tissue acidosis caused by an acidic 
lifestyle and diet leading to dietary, metabolic and/or 
respiratory acidosis.  
E.I.B. usually occurs after at least several  minutes of 
vigorous, "aerobic" activity, which demands that normal 
nasal breathing be supplemented by mouth breathing due to 
to build of respirator acids likecarbon dioxide and the 
lack of oxygen to the lungs, blood and then tissues. The 
mouth inhalation of air due to the need for more oxygen 
and the release of carbon dioxide seems to generate 
increased blood flow to the linings of the bronchial 
tree, resulting in water retention to buffer the 
increased levels of carbon dioxide leading to edema. 
Constriction due to excess acids in these small airways 
then follows, worsening the degreeof obstruction to airflow. 
There is increasing evidence that the smooth muscle that 
lines the airways becomes progressively more sensitive to 
changes that occur as a result of injury to the airways 
from dehydration and acid build-up in the connective tissues 
due to an acidic lifestyle and diet. The acidic chemical 
mediators that provoke the muscle spasm is the resultof 
acidic build-up in the connective and fatty tissues and the 
body's inability to remove acidic dietary, metabolic and/or 
respiratory acids out through the channels of elimination 
efficenctly - especially through the lungs and then mouth 
and/or nose.
The treatment for E.I.B. is simple, effective and clear by 
improving blood and lymph circulation, opening up the channels 
of elimination through the bowels, lungs, pores of the skin 
and through urination, building healthy blood all with an 
alkaline lifestyle and diet as outlined in the pH Miracle 
revised and updated book or audio.  For more information 
go to:

Herbal Hair Loss Remedies

Herbal Hair Loss Remedies Herbs have an obvious appeal for many people because it’s natural healing mechanisms of the body to support the cause of the problem, rather than simply determining just treating the symptoms. It would be wrong to present herbal remedies for hair loss as a panacea for all victims – however, there is evidence increasingly supporting the idea that some funds offer real hope to many people.

Take the case of some of the most popular means to determine whether it is worth a try.

Ginkyo biloba – this popular herb is thought to improve blood flow to the brain and skin. Botanists believe that the increased blood flow in the area of ​​the brain brings more nutrients to the hair follicles thus promoting hair regrowth. The recommended dose is 120 160 mg dry extract per day spread over three doses.
Green tea (Camellia sinensis) – believes that the catechins in green tea, the enzyme 5-alpha reductase that converts testosterone into hair-unfriendly DHT inhibiting. Therefore believed to be effective in the prevention and treatment of male pattern hair loss. You should drink several cups of green tea each day or take in capsule form as instructed by the manufacturer.

He Shou Wu (Polygonum multiflorum) – also known as Fo-Ti has this Chinese herb traditionally used to reduce hair loss. Found in many commercial preparations or tea and capsules.

Pygeum (Pygeum africanum) – from the bark of an evergreen tree that looks like green tea derived. It is commonly used to treat prostate problems and male pattern baldness. Users should take 60 to 500 mg per day as tablets or capsules.
Saw Palmetto (Serano repens) – this is the current treatment of choice for many men to protect their ability, the prostate, slow hair loss and stimulate hair growth. It is the heart of a large number of commercially prepared hair loss treatments but can easily be obtained in pure form. The recommended dose is one capsule of 160 mg twice daily, but make sure that the ingredients made from the berry extract not the dried berries themselves.

Nettle (Urtica dioica) – This was seen as a way to encourage hair loss because of its ability to prevent blocking the conversion of testosterone into DHT. It can be taken as tablets or capsules with an optimal dose of 50-100mg per day. It is particularly effective when combined with pygeum and saw palmetto.

My lovely cat,

I have a lovely cat called Monie. He is very cute and funny. Monie is small and full colour. His hair has three colours; black, white and yellow. The black fur is on his body, white is on his tail and legs, and the yellow one is around his stomach, face and neck. Every day I give him some food and drink. He likes rice and fish. I also give him some milk. It makes him stay healthy. Monie has good behavior. He never steals food. My family and I love him very much.


On a hilltop at sunset, they danced one last time. High clouds burned crimson and chromium, and she sang to him:

o this is the guillotine, and this is the knife
this is for murder, this is for life

He whirled her like a dervish, spinning her about and about, watching her dark hair mask her face like a funeral veil.

so come, hangman, tie up your noose
my lover is here, waiting for you

He dipped her low, kissed her carmine lips, then lifted her into the sky. She laughed with delight, and he couldn’t remember the last time she’d sounded so happy.

we dance on the hill, we prance through the heath
we eat, drink and are merry, till we’re all out of breath

And the music ended, and the first stars appeared in the eastern firmament. He bowed to her, both of them dripping sweat from their hair. Her smile was inscrutable.

“It’s time, isn’t it,” he said.

“It is,” she said. “Time to wake up.”

He woke, and the bed was empty, and once more he was a widower.

He put on his ring and faced the day.