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Friday, June 22, 2012

Video Surface Microsoft

A tablet that's a unique expression of entertainment and creativity.
A tablet that works and plays the way you want.
A new type of computing. Surface.

Comment: Why does every apple owner think that apple  steve jobs invented every computer product...they didnt invent shit...they just took an existing product  dumb it down 4 the dumb asses of the world to use. most serious companies with serious programs, not pissy graphics programs do not use apples. Finally if u want to credit anyone with apple products it should b Steve Wozniak, not Jobs. yeah, they must know stuff, thats why we are in global recession, cause of fucktards like your precious investors, brokers and hedge fund managers. get over yourself .Source

Monday, April 30, 2012

Metta World Peace Video

Lakers forward Metta World Peace was suspended seven games by the NBA on Tuesday for throwing a vicious elbow at Oklahoma City’s James Harden, meaning the Los Angeles starter likely will miss six playoff games.

World Peace was ejected from Sunday’s game against the Thunder for striking Harden in the head, giving him a concussion. World Peace claimed the contact was an accidental, overzealous celebration of a dunk.

World Peace will miss the Lakers’ season finale on Thursday at Sacramento and the next six games for which he is eligible. The playoffs open Saturday, and Los Angeles is likely to be the Western Conference’s third seed.

Commissioner David Stern alluded to the former Ron Artest’s history of on-court altercations in announcing the penalty in a statement.

"The concussion suffered by James Harden demonstrates the danger posed by violent acts of this kind, particularly when they are directed at the head area," Stern said in a statement. "We remain committed to taking necessary measures to protect the safety of NBA players, including the imposition of appropriate penalties for players with a history of on-court altercations."

The suspension is Artest’s third career ban of at least seven games. He got an 86-game suspension in 2004 for jumping into the stands at the Palace of Auburn Hills in the Detroit suburbs to fight fans, and he served a seven-game suspension in 2007 for his no-contest plea on a domestic violence charge.

Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said the team "accepted" the suspension.

"His most recent lapse in judgment is not to be condoned or accepted," Kupchak said after praising World Peace as largely a model citizen during his three years with the club.

"His actions could have seriously injured another player, and his absence during this suspension will hurt our team as well," Kupchak added. "While we accept the league’s decision, we will be supportive of Metta and try to help him be more professional on the court."

World Peace didn’t speak to the media after the Lakers’ practice Tuesday, heading to the locker room at the moment media members entered the gym at the Lakers’ training complex. But Kobe Bryant acknowledged the obvious problem for the Lakers, who lose a starter and their defensive stopper right before the postseason.

"I saw what you guys saw," Bryant said before the suspension was announced. "It’s hard to get into a guy’s head and know exactly what happened in that situation. I haven’t really spoken to him about it. You’ve really got to ask him."

Harden appears to be doing better, but still hasn’t been cleared to return for the Thunder, who might have rested players anyway in their final two games while locked into the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference.

"It’s an unfortunate situation," Bryant said. "James, from what I hear, is OK. As far as Metta goes, he has to focus on himself, and however many games they give him, they give him. He just has to be prepared, and when he comes back, just step right in and be ready to go."

Bryant and the Lakers are clearly torn between supporting a teammate and recoiling from World Peace’s actions.

Lakers coach Mike Brown, who professed ignorance of what happened after the game, said he finally viewed a replay and spoke with World Peace about it briefly, but said he didn’t attempt an in-depth evaluation of what World Peace was thinking.

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