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This is how I won this game with Mr. Allison. I was planning it the whole time. I know that Allison was going to lock me so with the same number he had with was 9 I picked 1 and then I won the game .
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Historically speaking South American and European countries have been the powerhouses in World Cups, the past Worlds Cup have had winner from these regions. Just like how in football countries like Germany and the Netherlands have been dominate in world history these countries have also started many movements that shaped the world that we live in today. Germany for one was responsible for spawning Adolf Hitler who would go on to try and wipe out all Jews, they’re also responsible for Eisenhower to get the inspiration to build highways after seeing how well they worked for Germans. Holland offered some of the first explorers to discover the new world, the world that we now live in. Just like these countries have presented the world with creations and people that contributed greatly to our modern society they have done the same for football, some of the greatest players have come from these countries, Franz Beckanbauer, Johan Cruyff, Gerd Muller, and they continue to produce top talents like Manuel Neuer, Wesley Sneijder, Robin van Persie, and Marco Reus. Talented players alone aren’t enough to create a dominating team, their style of play also needs to be top class which is exactly how they play, the Dutch introduced a pressing and rotating style of play that Johan Cruyff later brought to Barcelona as a coach and they are now considered one of the best teams ever. Germans have been known for their ruthless attack and disciplined defending something that is visible when watching Jupp Hynkes’ Bayern Munich play. Even though they’re greats in completely different areas some would argue that one doesn’t affect the other or aren’t connected at all but by looking at their history you see that they do impact one another. Germans have always been known as rough, even their language sounds rough, and they were heavily involved in World War II attacking their enemies ruthlessly. "Blitzkrieg translates as “Lightning War” . It is a method of warfare whereby an attacking force spearheaded by a dense formation forces a breakthrough into the enemy’s rear through a series of deep thrusts; and once in the enemy’s rear, proceeds to dislocate them by utilizing speed and surprise, and then encircle them. This is what Hitler’s Germany did to Poland, France and basically any resistance in their path. And this is what Klinsmann & Joachim Loew’s Mannschaft have been doing to their opposition (Bhawardaj)".
Recently, I did a Hangout with Paul. It goes for 58 minutes, but I found a few places in our interview that show some of the different things I do in my work with Sensato http://www.sensatosworld.com/ and on my own site http://lomapesao.com/
I used Popcorn Maker to skip to four different sections of our conversation. (So even though it says that this is 58 minutes long, it's really only about half that long.) Let me know what you think.
In Lisa Eadicicco’s article, “15 Technologies of Today We’ll Still Be Using In 2030”, from nbcnews.com, the author lists fifteen types of technology that the world will still use even in the future.
When we consider the issue of technology, some might question: “Will we be able to drive to our houses by cars that fly?” or “Will we have holograms for communications like in the movies?” Eadicicco’s article addresses these questions because she herself had been wondering about our future of technology.
A paragraph from Eadicicco’s article is “Some say we’re entering the post-PC era, but I couldn't disagree more. Sure, people are spending more time on their smartphones and tablets than their traditional Windows or Mac OS-based desktops and notebooks. But when it’s time to do real work, particularly if that work involves multitasking, the PC is still king and always will be.
By 2030, the size and shape of PCs may change. Some may even argue that, with their speedy quad and dual-core CPUs, phones and tablets are becoming PCs. But whatever the form factor, productivity-oriented users will need primary computers with plenty of dedicated processing power and a multitasking friendly OS.” This is basically saying that even though computers are becoming more advanced, we will still have computers for our daily lives, and it won’t become nonexistent anytime soon.We had computers starting from the mid 1900s, and we are still using computers today as we speak.
This might make one wonder “If we are still going to use computers in the future, then what other technologies will we be using in the future?” I always imagined our future of technology to be like some sort of utopia with floating cities, flying cars, communication through holograms, advanced house robots, and cyborgs who were people with missing limbs. Yet even today, the only aspects of technology that are changing in our world are transportation, communication, entertainment, and many others. Even video games are becoming more modern and advanced than those of the past. I have also wondered about virtual reality. I would really enjoy being in a gaming environment where I am in the game. The technicians say that virtual reality has been recent, but it is progressing to become more advanced and simple.
Another point Eadicicco makes in her article is “However, there’s no doubt that, in 2030, my son will carry a wallet with cash in it, because we’ll still be using paper and metal money well into the future.” This is true because we have been using money our whole life. We have been using various currencies all over the world, and I doubt we won’t be using money ever again.
What we can appreciate about Lisa’s work is that we can live our lives with technology that we will still be using in the future. The fantasy of holograms and flying cars are still nonexistent, but we are progressing our way towards that road. We can look forward to seeing what she writes next because we would be noticed with the new technology that comes up-to-date, and we would know their features, and how they will benefit us in the future. I would also like to know when virtual reality becomes local and available anywhere. I would love to be in a virtual reality scene of Call of Duty, if possible.