You have to admit, it’s pretty funny when you see the CEO of Microsoft signing their competitors product aka. the Macbook. This video was shot in Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN during Steve’s visit to the university. I came across this video on Youtube and couldn’t help but laugh. Steve Ballmer has been known for doing some pretty crazy and funny things. Remember that time he saw an audience member using an iPhone during his presentation? He “pretended” to throw it on the floor and stomp on it? Yeah that’s what I thought. Nevertheless, thought I’d share the laugh with all of you. The signature would have been good enough instead of also adding, “Need a new one?”
What a day, January 20, 2009, the day of the inauguration the world has been waiting for.
President-elect Barack Obama became the 44th president of the United States of America. But it’s all over the news right now, so unless you are in a coma or do not have access to any form of media, there is no way on earth you do not know that inspiration has been injected into the bloodstream of humans everywhere.
It is an amazing feat for anyone to become the leader of the most powerful country in the world. Even if John McCain had won (thank goodness he didn’t) I would congratulate him for such an achievement, rising into the oval office.
I want to wish President Barack Obama and his family and the rest of the world, good luck. We are going to need it. We have many hard roads and problems ahead but now there is a leader whom people can look up to and believe in change.
Do you remember sitting in front of the tv cheering for your country in whatever sport was playing at the time? Millions of people are doing it right now. The Olympics are a prime example of coming together to support and cheer on the jocks of the world.
Please don’t get me wrong, I love sports. But I have a problem with people who are taking political action in the time of competition and celebration. It is not only unsportsmanlike but a disgrace to everyone who are participating or have some sort of connection to the Olympics.
Politics are important but using a time of unity and peace to bring about a warly agenda is inexcusable. The Olympics are about SPORTS not POLITICS.
Let the medal count be the only ranking system for countries for the remainder of the games, for the good of humankind. Let the world enjoy the games in peace. Please.