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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

2010 Darwin awards


The 2010 Darwin awards have nothing to do with dating latin women but I thought this was hilarious so I'm posting it. lol I especially liked third place.

You've been waiting for them with baited breath, so without further ado, here are the 2010 Darwin Awards.

Eighth Place In Detroit , a 41-year-old man got stuck and drowned in two feet of water after squeezing head first through an 18-inch-wide sewer grate to retrieve his car keys.

Seventh Place A 49-year-old San Francisco stockbroker, who "totally zoned when he ran", accidentally jogged off a 100-foot high cliff on his daily run.

Sixth Place While at the beach, Daniel Jones, 21, dug an 8 foot hole for protection from the wind and had been sitting in a beach chair at the bottom, when it collapsed, burying him beneath 5 feet of sand.  People on the beach used their hands and shovels trying to get him out but could not reach him. It took rescue workers using heavy equipment almost an hour to free him. Jones was pronounced dead at a hospital.

Fifth Place Santiago Alvarado, 24, was killed as he fell through the ceiling of a bicycle shop he was burglarizing.  Death was caused when the long flashlight he had placed in his mouth to keep his hands free rammed into the base of his skull as he hit the floor.

Fourth Place Sylvester Briddell, Jr., 26, was killed as he won a bet with friends who said he would not put a revolver loaded with four bullets into his mouth and pull the trigger.

Third Place After stepping around a marked police patrol car parked at the front door, a man walked into H&J Leather & Firearms intent on robbing the store. The shop was full of customers and a uniformed officer was standing at the counter. Upon seeing the officer, the would-be robber announced a hold-up and fired a few wild shots from a target pistol.
The officer and a clerk promptly returned fire, and several customers also drew their guns and fired.  The robber was pronounced dead at the scene by Paramedics. Crime scene investigators located 47 expended cartridge cases in the shop.  The subsequent autopsy revealed 23 gunshot wounds.  Ballistics identified rounds from 7 different weapons.  No one else was hurt.

Paul Stiller, 47, and his wife Bonnie were bored just driving around at 2 A.M. So they lit a quarter stick of dynamite to toss out the window to see what would happen. Apparently they failed to notice that the window was closed.

RUNNER UP Kerry Bingham had been drinking with several friends when one of them said they knew a person who had bungee-jumped from a local bridge in the middle of traffic. The conversation grew more excited, and at least 10 men trooped along the walkway of the bridge at 4:30 AM. Upon arrival at the midpoint of the bridge, they discovered that no one had brought a bungee rope. Bingham, who had continued drinking, volunteered and pointed out that a coil of lineman's cable lay nearby. They secured one end around Bingham's leg and then tied the other to the bridge. His fall lasted 40 feet before the cable tightened and tore his foot off at the ankle. He miraculously survived his fall into the icy water and was rescued by two nearby fishermen. Bingham's foot was never located.

AND THE WINNER IS.... Zookeeper Friedrich Riesfeldt ( Paderborn , Germany ) fed his constipated elephant 22 doses of animal laxative and more than a bushel of berries, figs and prunes before the plugged-up pachyderm finally got relief. Investigators say ill-fated Friedrich, 46, was attempting to give the ailing elephant an olive oil enema when the relieved beast unloaded.

The sheer force of the elephant's unexpected defecation knocked Mr Riesfeldt to the ground where he struck his head on a rock as the elephant continued to evacuate 200 pounds of dung on top of him. It seems to be just one of those freak accidents that proves... 'Shit happens'


Monday, December 20, 2010

Young Women Looking For Older Men? Easy Method To Find Younger Dates


The world is bursting at the seams with young women looking for older men for casual dates and more meaningful relationships. To the highly internet-savvy individual, it may be an easy matter to find these ladies online. To most men, however, it seems like a near-impossible task; a dream, if you will. The intention of this article is to educate you on a simple method; to make your dream a reality. This method can be free and it is always very, very simple.
Most men who seek out young women looking for older men will make the mistake of looking on social networking sites. And why is this a mistake? These sites are not dating sites. It is that simple. Most women are irritated by the endless barrage of men trying to "chat them up". After all, most of these women created their Facebook or MySpace account in order to keep in contact with friends, family, or work colleagues; not to find a boyfriend.
You need to do two things. The first thing is obvious; the second is certainly not. You need to become a member of a large dating community. You can choose a free or a paid one. Just be sure that you join a very large community. Some of these communities have ten million members or more. Upload some tasteful photographs of yourself and do not be afraid to "promote yourself" when you write your profile. One of the reasons younger women find older men attractive is due to what they have amassed in their lives (nice homes, cars, experiences, knowledge); the other, of course, is the physical appearance of an older man.
Now the second step is to put in a simple search. On the site you have joined, just put in a search for local women, but "filter" your search for "younger" women. All modern sites allow you to search by age. What you will end up with is a list before you of young ladies seeking dates. How, though, do you find out which ones are young women looking for older men? Simple.
I asked you to upload nice photographs and write about yourself for a reason. What you should do is send friend invitations to as many of these women as you like. What will happen is they will see your invitation and go looking at your profile. Those that ACCEPT your invitation and become friends will, of course, be interested in older men. What you have just done is begin collecting a list of young women online, all of whom are interested in relationships with mature men.
As a final piece of advise I strongly suggest you try this community: Make A Free Profile. I advise everyone I know to use it. It offers free accounts to new members, it is the biggest site for dating that I know, and you can search for young women looking for older men with ease.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Thinking of visiting the Dominican Republic? It's a country with a great history

The Dominican Republic has an incredibly rich history. The walls and the cobblestoned streets of its Colonial City bear witness to its past as the first city founded in the Americas.

It was more than 500 years ago that the Dominican Republic began to write its history. The peaceful Taino Indians, who spent their days hunting, fishing and farming, first inhabited the island. Then on December 5, 1492, Admiral Christopher Columbus arrived on the island. He named it Hispaniola, setting into motion the meeting of two cultures that would later make Santo Domingo the first city in the Americas.

For years, Hispaniola went through several changes of power.

Toward the end of the 17th century, the French colonized the western part of the island. In 1795, Spain relinquished power of the eastern part of the island to France, leaving the entire island under French power. The colony temporarily returned to Spanish hands, until December 1821 when a group of men led by José Núñez de Cáceres declared temporary Independence.

That rule didn't last long either.

In 1822 the Haitians took over the eastern part of the island by taking advantage of its military and economic weaknesses. This lasted for 22 years. Then on February 27, 1844, Juan Pablo Duarte began the fight for independence. The new Dominican Republic was born.

Despite the cry for independence, on March 18, 1861 the republic was once again annexed by Spain until after the Restoration War. The resulting political unrest culminated in economic chaos. The Dominican government then received loans with the United States and Europe and gave control of its customs to the US in 1907. Nine years later, the first North American invasion of the country took place.

Various unstable governments followed until the dictatorship of Rafael Leonidas Trujillo was established in 1930. He remained in power for 30 years until he was executed in 1961. This allowed a provisional government to organize the first free elections in 1962. In this election, prominent writer Juan Bosh was elected to the presidency. He was overthrown seven months later, resulting in a civil war led by Francisco Alberto Caamaño. This would lead to the second North American invasion in 1965.

In 1966, Joaquín Balaguer was elected, an led the country through into a 12 year period of political repression. In 1978, the country returned to the polls. Balaguer lost overwhelmingly to Antonio Guzmán of the Dominican Revolutionary Party (the PRD). The country was on its way to becoming a democracy. In 1982, the PRD won again under the leadership of Salvador Jorge Blanco. However, in 1986, Balaguer became president again after winning a majority vote. He remained in office until 1996.

After Balaguer's reign was over, Doctor Leonel Fernández of the Party for Dominican Liberation (PLD) became president in 1996. In 2000, the PRD candidate Hipólito Mejía became president, followed by the PLD candidate Leonel Fernández in 2004. He was reelected again in 2008.

Significant events in Dominican history:

1492 Arrival of Christopher Columbus to the island.

1494 Construction of La Isabela, the first European settlement in the New World.

1498 Bartolomé Columbus, brother of Christopher Columbus, founds the city of Santo Domingo, on the eastern shores of the Ozama River.

1511 Fray Antón de Montesinos denounces the mistreatment of the indigenous population in his Advent Sunday sermon. Subsequently, slaves from Africa are brought over.

1605-1606 Sugar refineries and cattle stock were destroyed in order to prevent smuggling.

1697 Spain gives the west of the island (Haití) to France via the Ryswick Treaty. At the time, it is called Saint Domingue.

1777 The Treaty of Aranjuez is signed, which fixed the boundaries between the Spanish and French colonies.

1795  Spain hands over all of La Hispaniola to France via the Treaty of Basilea. In exchange, France agrees to return all the occupied territory of the Iberian Peninsula to Spain.

1809 Spanish power is restored after the conquest led by Creole Juan Sánchez Ramírez. This begins the time known as the "Era of Foolish Spain".

1821 José Núñez de Cáceres leads the 5 week "Ephemeral Independence".

1822 Haitian troops annex the Spanish part to Haití under the leadership of Jean Pierre Boyer.

1838 The secret La Trinitaria movement is founded, led by Juan Pablo Duarte. They want to overthrow Boyer and create an independent nation.

1844 Juan Pablo Duarte leads a group of patriots from Santo Domingo to declare the birth of the Dominican Republic. It is now independent from Haití.

1844 On November 6, The Constituent Assembly is organized to draft the first Constitution of the Republic. On November 14, Pedro Santana is elected the first Constitutional President of the country.

1861-65 Santana annexes the country to Spain. In 1863, the War for the Restoration of Independence begins with Gregorio Luperón as its leader.

1883-1899 Government and dictatorship of Ulises Heureaux.  The sugar industry is developed, which also brings about the establishment of small manufacturing companies.

1916-24 Financial weakening leads to a military intervention in the country by the United States, in order to recover the international debt.

1930 Rafael Leonidas Trujillo assumes the presidency and becomes a dictator.

1960 Three sisters, Patria, Minerva and María Teresa Mirabal are assassinated because of their opposition to the Trujillo regime.

1961 Trujillo is executed.

1962 Juan Bosch wins the first free elections in the country and takes charge on February 27, 1963.

1963 Juan Bosch's government is overthrown.

1965 The beginning of the Civil Revolution to restore the government. United States troops arrive for the second time.

1966-1978 Joaquín Balaguer of The Social Christian Reformist Party (PRSC) is in power.

1978-1986 Antonio Guzmán and Salvador Jorge Blanco of the Dominican Revolutionary Party (PRD) are in power.

1986-1996 Governments of Joaquín Balaguer (PRSC).

1996-2000 Government of Leonel Fernández from the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD).

2000-2004 Government of Hipólito Mejía (PRD).

2004-2012 Governments of Leonel Fernández, re-elected on May 16, 2008.

History - Symbols

Symbols of the Dominican Republic:

La bandera dominicanaThe Flag was designed by Juan Pablo Duarte and created by Concepción Bona and María Trinidad Sánchez. Raised for the first time on February 27, 1944, it is what identifies the Dominican Republic as a free and sovereign country.

The Meaning of The Flag:
Red represents the blood spilled by the liberators.
Blue expresses the ideals of progress, liberty, and God's protection
The Cross is the symbol of the fight of the liberators.

The Shield:
The shield was created during the era of the proclamation of national independence, and has the Bible in the center. Since its inception, the shield has gone through more than 14 changes. However, the current shield has been in place since 1913.

The design of the Dominican flag is actually directly spelled out in their Constitution. Article 96 dictates that the shield have the same colors as the national flag, with a Bible opened to John 8:32 to read "The truth will set you free."  Surrounding the Bible are two spears pointed in the air and 4 Dominican flags without shields. All of this is then crowned by a laurel branch, palm leaf, and banners which read "God, Country and Liberty"; and the words " Dominican Republic".

The Anthem:
The National Anthem is an another important symbol of Dominican History.  Although it was written in 1897, it did not become the official anthem until 1934. The words were written by Emilio Prud'Homme and the music was composed by José Reyes.


Brave men of Quisqueya
Let us sing with strong feeling,
And let us show the world
Our invincible, glorious banner.
Hail! the people who, strong and intrepid,
Launched into war to their death,
Under a warlike menace of death,
You broke your chains of slavery.
No country deserves to be free
If it is an indolent and servile slave;
If the call does not grow within,
Tempered by a virile heroism.
But the brave and indomitable Quisqueya
Will always hold its head up high;
For if it were a thousand times enslaved
It would a thousand times regain freedom.
If it were to be exposed to ruse and deceit
To the contempt of a true imposer,
The fields of Carreras, Beller are
where traces of glory are found.
Where on the summit of the heroic bastion,
The word of the free became flesh,
Where the genius of Sánchez and Duarte
Taught to be free or to die.
And if an unattended leader
the splendor, of these glorious events could ignore,
of the war that was seen in Capotillo,
Wave the flag of fire.
And the fire that lets the proud lion
Of Castilla become stupefied,
Removes him from the glorious beaches
Where the crossed banner waves.
Compatriots, let us proudly
Show our face, from today prouder than ever;
That Quisqueya may be destroyed
but a slave again, never.
It is a sanctuary of love that every heart
in the fatherland feels alive;
And it is its invincible shield, the right;
And it is its motto: be free or die.
Freedom that still arises serenely
Victory in her triumphal chariot.
And the clarion of war still echoes
Proclaiming its immortal glory.
Freedom! That the echoes should shake
Whilst filled with noble anxiety
Our fields of glory repeat
Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!
Emilio Prud'Homme

The Fathers:
Dominican's still remember their the liberators who fought for the country's independence in 1844. Known as the "Fathers of the Fatherland", this includes Juan Pablo Duarte, Francisco del Rosario Sánchez and Ramón Matías Mella.

The Constitution:
The Constitution is also an important symbol of Dominican patriotism. Although it has undergone many changes since November 6, 1844 it is still revered as the highest law of the land.

Dominican women

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic is located in the heart of the popular more beautiful beach area of the Atlantic Coast.

It is divided into two separate small villages which are separated by a bay at whose base is a beautiful sandy white beach are more than half a mile long.

In addition to sunbathing and tanning, it is the scene of a variety of watersports such as sailing, waterskiing, jet-skiing, and just offshore a short distance there are banks of coral that are excellent for scuba-diving.

Latinas in love is an international introduction agency and a is a great place to meet Dominican women for a serious relationship. Dominican girls are very interested in foreign men and see them as more faithful and better husbands than their Latin counterparts. Because the number of available and extremely attractive Dominican women in Santiago, Dominican Republic exceeds the number of single men, even the most beautiful of the"Dominicanas" or Single Dominican girls of Dominican Republic, is friendly and very eager to meet a man, especially a foreigner. We do not let friends, family, news reports or gossip make our decisions on what we do or how we get there.

Dominican Women are more focused on the character of the man and his potential qualities as a loving husband. The Latin girls of Dominican Republic are friendly and easy to talk to. Taxi cab rides are real cheap and lunch costs less than imagined. Get ready for the time of your life in Latin America. Just look at the pictures of our Dominican Marriage Agency and see the city with her, view the cultural museums, walk the awesome beaches with a Dominican woman. And because younger Dominican men are infamously unfaithful, these single women also traditionally prefer and marry even older Dominican men due to their maturity and stability.