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How do I get my Lite-on DVD writer to start burning disks?

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

Problem by : How do I get my Lite-on DVD writer to start off burning disks?
I lately purchased a Lite-ON DVD writer generate. Everytime I consider to burn a disk the procedure quits right away and a message ‘Power calibration error’ followed by ‘Burn Method failed’ is displayed’. What could be the issue?
I use Nero Burning ROM eight.

Best solution:

Answer by Jimmy Diamond
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Legend of Gimrock | PC Gameplay | TGC

Saturday, April 28th, 2012

Legend of Grimrock is a dungeon crawling function taking part in recreation with an oldschool coronary heart but a modern-day execution. A team of prisoners are sentenced to specific dying by exiling them to the secluded Mount Grimrock for vile crimes they may or could not have dedicated. Unbeknownst to their captors, the mountain is riddled with ancient tunnels, dungeons and tombs created by crumbled civilizations lengthy perished now. If they actually wish to see daylight yet again and reclaim their independence the ragtag team of prisoners need to kind a crew and descend by way of the mountain, amount by level. The video game brings again the oldschool problem with highly tactical true-time combat and grid-based mostly motion, devious hidden switches and secrets as nicely as lethal traps and terrible monsters. Legend of Grimrock puts an emphasis on puzzles and exploration and the wits and notion of the participant are much more crucial resources than even the sharpest of swords could be. And if you are a hardened dungeon crawling veteran and you crave an extra problem, you can arm by yourself with a stack of grid paper and switch on the Oldschool Mode which disables the luxurious of the automap! Are you ready to venture forth and unravel the mysteries of Mount Grimrock? – - – - – GPU: PowerColor Radeon High definition 6870, 1 GB, 900 MHz CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T, 3.two GHz RAM: Corsair Vengeance, four GB, 699 MHz MoBo: Asus M5A97 PSU: Corsair CX600, 600 Watts HDD: Western Electronic, five hundred GB, 16 MB Cache ODD: Samsung DVD Writer Show: Samsung SyncMaster LED, 20

Plextor 8x External Slim DVD RW – PX-L611U

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Plextor releases the PX-L611U, an 8x External Slim DVD RW unit, with excessive assistance bundled computer software and high good quality craftsmanship that helps make Plextor stand out as the primary ODD manufacturer for connoisseurs of high quality. Examine out more at www.Plextor.com
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I’m trying to burn CDs. My new computer’s DVD writer doesn’t “see” blank CDs. How can I make this work?

Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Issue by malangst: I am making an attempt to burn off CDs. My new computer’s DVD writer will not “see” blank CDs. How can I make this work?
The DVD author tries to “see” something for about 30 seconds, then the pc tells me to insert a CD – even even though you will find one there previously. This is so aggravating! Can any individual aid?

Best answer:

Answer by apellegrino8
you confident its blank? occasionally i get blank cds but it says a thing is previously on it….dont know why…..attempt one more cd….if not appear up the computer system on-line or call help

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Q&A: Is a DVD or CD Writer with an IDE interface more expenseve than one with a SATA interface?

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Problem by Crash: Is a DVD or CD Writer with an IDE interface much more expenseve than a single with a SATA interface?
How a lot would a DVD or CD author cost these times? Also, are a CD or DVD Author and a CD or DVD ReWriter the same factors?

What really should I be involved about usually when I am acquiring or making use of a CD or DVD Writer ?

Thanks a great deal for answering.

Ideal solution:

Reply by Nadeem M
Yes the IDE interface is a bit expensive than SATA. Simply because all computers have IDE interface,
and only new pc are possessing SATA one particular. IDE is in need.

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Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

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Underbelly Razor DVD Celebration At East Village Surry Hills

Tonight noticed some of Sydney’s most fascinating people, including media types, returning to the scene of many a crime from the first Underbelly 1920′s and 30′s – The Tradesman’s (these times known as The East Village Hotel.)

We celebrated the DVD launch of ‘Underbelly Razor’. It was not about &quotGlorifying crime&quot, but somewhat remembering some of Sydney’s historical past, wealthy with negative women, great boys, and a lot of terrible boys.

A bit of ‘Underbelly’ blurb that we received maintain of (thanks Larry Author – writer of Razor) reads…Again in the day the East Village was known as ‘The Tradesman’s Arms’, a bloodhouse with sawdust on the flooring to soak up the spit and vomit, difficult stools at the bar and a dozen cheap wood tables with chairs scattered around&quot.

The Tradesman’s was a staple meeting spot for members of Sydney’s underworld all through the a long time. Tonight there was an additional leap, thump and cheers mate in the air close to the aged bar (now The East Village Hotel).

The forged of Underbelly Razor and specific visitors partied into the night celebrating the Underbelly Razor Uncut DVD release at the really exact same place that crime queens Tilly Devine, Nellie Cameron, alongside with Guido Caletti frequented again in their heyday.

Strutting the blood red carpet was all of the Razor cast, including Danielle Cormack, much better identified now as our vice queen Kate Leigh, Anna McGahan who played Nellie Cameron, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor (Norman Bruhn), John Batchelor, far better recognised as the Wally Tomlinson, Felix Williamson, aka the suave Phil ‘the Jew’ Jeffs and Jack Campbell, who we know as Huge Jim Devine.

Larry Author tells us of the previous glory days of ‘The Arms’, recounted from the many interviews he performed, compiling the book, Razor. &quotThe air was thick with coarse language, raucous laughter and the cigarette smoke pumped out by the Arms’s clientele — the manufacturing facility employees and bakers from the nearby Sergeants pie factory, prostitutes, pimps, pickpockets, muggers, con gentlemen, SP (beginning price) bookies and drug sellers.&quot claims Writer.

The red carpet occasion introduced out the interior gangster in a couple of of us with Anna McGahan stating she would take into account a lot more ‘Underbelly Razor’ variety roles beneath the correct situations, Lincoln Lewis telling us to watch out for his uncut and battle scenes, and Matt Boesenberg declaring he was a &quotfashionable gangster&quot.

‘Razor’ is for the most element, entertaining (yet typically violent), and documents genuine crime tales from Sydney’s 20s and 30s. There’s some thing for historical past buffs and nicely as people who will not head a little bit of blood and guts on the box in the privateness of their own house.

It was a leading night time and no, no one acquired killed, with equally media and VIP’s on great behaviour, all well mindful of some of the negative luck that occurred in the hotel’s vibrant background.

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Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

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Friday, April 6th, 2012

A few nice dvd writer images I found:

9/26: Professor with Daniel Kraus
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Filmmaker Daniel Kraus in attendance for discussion with ST VanAirsdale (Movieline). Introduction by Ray Privett (Cinema Purgatorio).

Professor by Daniel Kraus
USA, 2010, 75 minutes, digital projection
A college education has become part of the American dream. But what are we learning and who is teaching us?
For nearly four decades, Rabbi Jay Holstein has been one of the University of Iowa’s most popular professors. With a foul mouth, a raunchy sense of humor, and a piercing brilliance, Holstein uses massive 500-student lectures to turn inside-out the most fundamental assumptions on topics as divergent as sex, suicide, and the Holocaust. His courses, including “Quest for Human Destiny,” have become the stuff of campus legend, and between firing a Glock and running 10 miles per day, the 69-year-old Holstein spends his office hours wrestling with students over animal experimentation, alcohol use, and homosexuality.
Following the internationally acclaimed cinéma vérité of Sheriff and Musician, Professor tackles intellectual labor and in doing so grapples with some of life’s greatest and most elemental enigmas.
“Endlessly intriguing… Makes for some of the unlikeliest drama on the scene today.” – S.T. Vanairsdale, Movieline
“RECOMMENDED. An excellent new documentary… For all his idiosyncrasies, Holstein and his gargantuan shtick provide an object lesson in how the medieval lecture format can still be made to work in our multimedia age.” -Cliff Doerksen, Chicago Reader
“The film affords the pleasures of a good college course… It’s hardly a coincidence that the best [WORK Series film], Professor, follows the person with the most specialized profession, as well as the most outsized personality.” -Ben Kenigsberg, Time Out Chicago

Daniel Kraus, a Fairfield, Iowa native, completed his first feature-length documentary during his senior year of college. The film, Jefftowne, told the story of a controversial man with Down Syndrome. Jefftowne premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival, and won the “Festival Choice Award” at the New York Underground Film Festival. Kraus’ subsequent film, the narrative feature Ball of Wax won the Director’s Award at the Cinequest San Jose Festival.
Sheriff, the first film in Kraus’s WORK series, premiered on the Emmy Award-winning PBS series “Independent Lens,” and has found international acclaim for its subtle, deft handling of everyday Americana. Musician, the second entry, has found equal acclaim in theaters, television, and on DVD.
Kraus works almost totally alone on the WORK series, performing as producer, director, camera operator, sound recordist, and editor. He has quietly forged a reputation as a one-man documentary film studio.
Between shooting films, Kraus works in Chicago as a writer and editor, contributing to such publications as Playboy, Cosmopolitan, Salon.com, and Maxim. Random house published his first novel, The Monster Variations, in 2009, and will publish his forthcoming novel, Rotters, in 2011.

9/26: Professor with Daniel Kraus
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Image by uniondocs
Filmmaker Daniel Kraus in attendance for discussion with ST VanAirsdale (Movieline). Introduction by Ray Privett (Cinema Purgatorio).

Professor by Daniel Kraus
USA, 2010, 75 minutes, digital projection
A college education has become part of the American dream. But what are we learning and who is teaching us?
For nearly four decades, Rabbi Jay Holstein has been one of the University of Iowa’s most popular professors. With a foul mouth, a raunchy sense of humor, and a piercing brilliance, Holstein uses massive 500-student lectures to turn inside-out the most fundamental assumptions on topics as divergent as sex, suicide, and the Holocaust. His courses, including “Quest for Human Destiny,” have become the stuff of campus legend, and between firing a Glock and running 10 miles per day, the 69-year-old Holstein spends his office hours wrestling with students over animal experimentation, alcohol use, and homosexuality.
Following the internationally acclaimed cinéma vérité of Sheriff and Musician, Professor tackles intellectual labor and in doing so grapples with some of life’s greatest and most elemental enigmas.
“Endlessly intriguing… Makes for some of the unlikeliest drama on the scene today.” – S.T. Vanairsdale, Movieline
“RECOMMENDED. An excellent new documentary… For all his idiosyncrasies, Holstein and his gargantuan shtick provide an object lesson in how the medieval lecture format can still be made to work in our multimedia age.” -Cliff Doerksen, Chicago Reader
“The film affords the pleasures of a good college course… It’s hardly a coincidence that the best [WORK Series film], Professor, follows the person with the most specialized profession, as well as the most outsized personality.” -Ben Kenigsberg, Time Out Chicago

Daniel Kraus, a Fairfield, Iowa native, completed his first feature-length documentary during his senior year of college. The film, Jefftowne, told the story of a controversial man with Down Syndrome. Jefftowne premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival, and won the “Festival Choice Award” at the New York Underground Film Festival. Kraus’ subsequent film, the narrative feature Ball of Wax won the Director’s Award at the Cinequest San Jose Festival.
Sheriff, the first film in Kraus’s WORK series, premiered on the Emmy Award-winning PBS series “Independent Lens,” and has found international acclaim for its subtle, deft handling of everyday Americana. Musician, the second entry, has found equal acclaim in theaters, television, and on DVD.
Kraus works almost totally alone on the WORK series, performing as producer, director, camera operator, sound recordist, and editor. He has quietly forged a reputation as a one-man documentary film studio.
Between shooting films, Kraus works in Chicago as a writer and editor, contributing to such publications as Playboy, Cosmopolitan, Salon.com, and Maxim. Random house published his first novel, The Monster Variations, in 2009, and will publish his forthcoming novel, Rotters, in 2011.

KPOL radio station on Sunset Blvd (1976) .. Vitajex — A Face in the Crowd — as fresh and relevant as tomorrow’s headlines. (1957) …
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"My study of history has convinced me that in every strong and healthy society, from the Egyptians on, the mass has to be guided with a strong hand by a responsible elite," Haynesworth informs Rhodes. "Let us not forget that in TV we have the greatest instrument for mass persuasion in the history of the world."

—General Haynesworth

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…..item 1)… A Face in the Crowd (1957) … Directed by Elia Kazan … Writing credits Budd Schulberg

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The setting for the film is late 1950s America, when television was rapidly replacing radio
as the most popular entertainment medium. Although Rhodes is coarse and abusive, he
possesses a colloquial, on-air charm that quickly endears him to the hearts and minds of
rural listeners. A talent scout invites him to appear on televison in Memphis, Tennessee
where Rhodes is introduced to Mel Miller (Matthau), a bookish Vanderbilt graduate who
writes his scripts. However, Rhodes makes a name for himself by insulting his sponsor — to
the delight of his adoring audience.
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I grew up in Memphis, Tennessee and we Southerners immediately identify Rhodes as a familiar personality using a well-worn technique. More than Arthur Godfrey, he is reminiscent of Sputnik Monroe, Dewey Phillips and, of course, Elvis Presley, feigning ignorance while playing every possible angle. These personalities stroked their poor white and black audiences, treating them better than they’d ever been treated while at the same time deceiving them cheerfully and taking their money. These Memphis personalities exploited (and were exploited by) a complex cultural dialectic at play which Griffith, Schulberg and Kazan all understood perfectly and, might I add, personally.
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Mark Deming’s comments for All Movie Guide are typical of most reviews and summaries of the film: “And while Walter Matthau has the thankless task of delivering the film’s moral in his final speech, you can’t say that he didn’t know how to make the most of it, as he sums up Lonesome’s crimes with lip-smacking cynicism” (7). I hope it is clear how wrong this assessment is. This is no ‘message movie’ whose message is obvious and dated. Matthau’s speech is actually a subtle self-indictment (an indictment that Kazan and Schulberg are levying against themselves as well) that speaks volumes about the media’s complicit involvement with corrupt governments owned by faceless corporations. A Face In the Crowd is, in fact, as fresh and relevant as tomorrow’s headlines.
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…..item 2)… TV Prophecy … The Voter Update … thevoterupdate.com

TV Prophecy
The prescient vision of Andy Griffith’s ‘A Face in the Crowd’

By Bryan Warner
Published: July 16, 2010

thevoterupdate.com/articles/2010/7_16_10_face_in_the_crow…

RALEIGH – There is nothing novel about those who lust for power using art and technology to transfigure themselves as icons. Emperors commanded bronze to be forged into their image. Royalty commissioned painters to immortalize them with brush and oil. The printing press was employed to bend reality to the will of rulers.

But of all communication advances, it may be television that has proven the most potent — and perilous — when it comes to marshalling popular will. That is the message of director Elia Kazan and screenwriter Budd Schulberg in their astonishingly prescient film "A Face in the Crowd."
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img code photo … A Face in the Crowd

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A Face in the Crowd
(Warner Bros., 1957)

Director: Elia Kazan
Screenwriter: Budd Schulberg
Starring: Andy Griffith, Patricia Neal, Anthony Franciosa, Walter Matthau, Lee Remick

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Here Andy Griffith gives a riveting, breathtaking performance as Larry "Lonesome" Rhodes, a drifter-turned-celebrity, or as one observer puts it, a demagogue in denim.

Plucked from obscurity in an Arkansas jailhouse by local radio producer Marcia Jefferies (Patricia Neal) while recording her program "A Face in the Crowd," Griffith’s Rhodes swiftly becomes a favorite among listeners for his homespun humor and folksy music. Soon enough Rhodes catches a glimmer of his newfound power, persuading his listeners to mischievously swarm the lawn of the town’s oafish sheriff with packs of hounds.

From the Arkansas backwater, Rhodes, accompanied by his "Girl Friday" Jefferies, makes his way to Memphis television, where his full-body laugh and cutting mockery of the program’s sponsors further intoxicates the masses and turns him into a regional icon.

It’s in Memphis that two more players join the Lonesome Rhodes caravan: Mel Miller (Walter Matthau), an acerbic writer who sees through the stagecraft of his program’s star, and Joey DePalma (Anthony Franciosa), a duplicitous and ambitious peon who becomes an agent for Rhodes.

DePalma’s bluff and bluster with New York advertisers paves the path for Rhodes’ arrival in the Big Apple, where he is given a nationally televised variety show sponsored by "Vitajex," a modern-day snake oil remedy — and a good fit for Rhodes’ brand of faux folksiness.

Rhodes’ cult of personality sweeps the nation, landing him on the cover of glossy magazines, having a ship christened after him and a snowcapped summit dubbed "Mt. Rhodes."

All of the hype prompts a sullen Miller to remark, "It’s dangerous — power. You’ve got to be a saint to stand all the power that little box can give you."

The wealthy proprietor of Vitajex, General Haynesworth (Percy Waram), soon takes Lonesome Rhodes under his wing with the intention of turning him into his own version of Will Rogers to be used as "a force" and as "an institution as sacred to the nation as the Washington Monument."

The aim is to pivot on Rhodes’ appeal with average American voters in order to push the presidential aspirations of Haynesworth’s political ally, Sen. Worthington Fuller, known as "the last of the isolationists."

Haynesworth hardly sees television as the epitome of Jacksonian democracy, but rather an opiate of the masses, to be used for his own cynical pursuits.

"My study of history has convinced me that in every strong and healthy society, from the Egyptians on, the mass has to be guided with a strong hand by a responsible elite," Haynesworth informs Rhodes. "Let us not forget that in TV we have the greatest instrument for mass persuasion in the history of the world."

The scene in which Lonesome coaches the avuncular, stodgy Fuller (whom he nicknames "Curly" for his "fine head of skin") is a pitch-perfect depiction of the unholy union between Madison and Pennsylvania Avenues.

When one of the bland Fuller’s acolytes insists that the senator is respected, Rhodes barks back, "Have you ever heard of anyone buying a product because they respect it? You got to be loved!"

And so Rhodes and his cohorts set about transforming the senator into a man of the people, instructing him to ditch his Siamese cat in favor of a dog, since "it didn’t do Roosevelt any harm, Dick Nixon, either." It’s all in an effort "to find 35 million buyers for the product we call Sen. Fuller."

With the rise of Rhodes’ fame comes the leavening of Sen. Fuller’s poll numbers. Scanning the New York skyline from his towering penthouse apartment, Rhodes glowers, "This whole county’s just like my flock of sheep. I’m gunna be the power behind the president."

Indeed, General Haynesworth convinces the would-be president Fuller to plan a new cabinet-level position for Rhodes: secretary for national morale.

The ploy of using Rhodes’ celebrity as a political vehicle works, for a time. Like any Shakespearian tragedy, the antihero of this tale is ultimately hewn down by his own hubris and folly, and with it comes crashing the White House hopes of his client.

The film is a revelation to any longtime viewer of idyllic reruns of "The Andy Griffith Show," for here Griffith is a million miles from Mayberry. He plays a man that is at turns charming, menacing and infantile. He at once burns to be loved by his public, but despises them for their blind affection.

This may be his best dramatic performance — a bold statement, to be sure, made all the more so by the fact that this was Griffith’s first lead role as a film actor, a craft for which he had received little formal training.

What makes the movie most potent is how prophetical it seems today. The film was released three years before the watershed 1960 contest between Kennedy and Nixon that saw the first-ever televised presidential debate. The power of television in politics has grown exponentially since, making and breaking many a political career and becoming the prism through which Americans view their democracy.

Although director Kazan paints a pessimistic picture of the manipulative ways of politics and mass marketing that reveals both to be interchangeable, the film ends on a hopeful note of sorts, unexpectedly delivered by Matthau’s hard-boiled writer.

"We get wise to them," he says. "That’s our strength. We get wise to them."

Bryan Warner is editor of The Voter Update Magazine.
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…..item 3)… The Other McCain … theothermccain.com ..

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler"

Responsible Elite In ‘A Face In The Crowd’
Posted on | December 14, 2011 | 14 Comments
by Smitty

theothermccain.com/2011/12/14/responsible-elite-in-a-face…

At the suggestion of Ladd Ehlinger , I took in A Face in the Crowd , a 1957 Kazan flick that is well worth your time. ‘Lonesome’ Rhodes goes from nowhere to national stardom. Andy Griffith is powerful as an Icarian pop culture icon.

The documentary on the DVD includes a couple of interesting quotes from the writer and director:

—–Schulberg: “This movie was really meant as kind of a warning that, with the phenomenon of television, that politics would never be the same.”

—–Kazan, attributed: “There is a cost for everything.”

However, what piqued my interest was the General Haynesworth character. He says, starting at 53:06:

My study of history has convinced me that every strong and healthy society from from the Egyptians on, the mass had to be guided with a strong hand by a responsible elite.

Mention of ‘the mass’ recalls The Crowd , by Gustave Le Bon, a serious study of crowd psychology.

Basically, information diffuses poorly in a wad of people. If you’re at a Lady GaGa concert, rumors about whether she will perform the next song dressed in fresh beef cuts, or in a huge flour tortilla worn as a toga, won’t cross the music hall very well. When she comes out on stage, the TV screen will move that crucial information instantly. That’s the difference at which Schulberg was getting.YouTube amplifies the point:

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But the crowd has an aggregate pulse, as the information-deprived individuals repeat this or that rumor, or YouTube clips go viral. The beef cuts on Lady GaGa become three strategically placed young baboons, which may or may not be real. Charismatic people like the Lonesome Rhodes character can tap into that aggregate pulse of the crowd, and ride it to fame. Stacy McCain wondered aloud if Huey Long was an inspiration for the Rhodes character, but Wikipedia cites other entertainment names as inspirations .

Amusingly, according to IMDB , sombody named Keith Olbermann likes to refer to Glenn Beck as Lonesome Rhodes.

What about this ‘responsible elite’? No less a figure than Jesus of Nazareth noted For the poor always ye have with you. . . . In other words, there will always be poor, rich, and quite a few in between. There is going to be a distribution of wealth, irrespective of whether the Inner Party uses propaganda to reduce everyone else to poverty (while proclaiming wealth), or not.

The thing that matters, if you’ll allow me something like a Gaussian Distribution of wealth, is that there is a current circulating within the distribution. The simple fact of inequality in wealth distribution is neither evil nor escapable. Money cannot be evenly distributed any more than information in a crowd. That there is wealth movement within that distribution, and that people have liberty to move as much or as little as desired, is crucial. There will be a figure in a burqa doing the next song. Lady GaGa, or not?

And so Lonesome Rhodes has a metorotic rise. Talent and opportunity, along with a soulless media machine, propel him to vast heights. Yet Rhodes lacks the maturity and perspective to handle it. The same figure who casually mentions Grand Theft Auto at the beginning of the movie, who uses women cruelly throughout, never grasps that he is the very thing he despises. To ride the meteor successfully requires a strong internal commitment to something both good and external, where the soul is regularly taken for trimming. Rhodes tries using whiskey, but the whiskey uses him instead. For a worked example of my point, take a tour of Graceland and ask whether Elvis handled the fame well, or did his head ‘splode? Would you date Lady GaGa?

Is Glenn Beck a Lonesome Rhodes figure? Beck seems more in touch with the nature of human evil, including the internal portion. Does he constitute a member of a ‘responsible elite’? In the movie, the General seemed more of an oligarch, delegating the messy work of dealing with the mass to Rhodes.

No, Beck wants everyone to do the homework, and move as far in the direction of the elite tail of the income distribution as they care to go. This notion of capitalistic opportunity and movement within the income distribution according to merit is an important facet of American Exceptionalism. Lady GaGa is probably not the Postmodern Rhodes, but I’m confident I’ll never know for sure, as my interest really does not extend past a running gag in a blog post.

Dan Riehl might actually find himself agreeing with Keith Olbermann’s point about Glenn Beck.

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will my emachine dvd writer work on a hp?

Sunday, April 1st, 2012

Problem by DOUG D: will my emachine dvd author work on a hp?
equally of the units have xp but the emachine does not burn audio cd’s any more. the hp has a twin deck with a cd writer on leading and a dvd rom on bottom.

Greatest solution:

Answer by bljzzgrl
I am pondering you imply will the HP generate work on the Emachine considering that it is the E-device is the a single with the no operating generate.

The response is probably. The only concern would be is if the HP method has a SATA push even though the Emachine has and IDE drive.

If the cables (flat grey cable with red line on it) are the identical then indeed they are interchangeable.

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ASUS USB 2.0 8xDVD Writer External Optical Drive SDRW-08D1S-U (Black) Reviews

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

ASUS USB 2.0 8xDVD Writer External Optical Drive SDRW-08D1S-U (Black)

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New External USB Slim 8X DVDRW DL DVD CD RW Burner Writer Drive for PC Mac Black
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End Date: Thursday Apr-24-2014 20:22:01 PDT
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