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- Description: AutoCzar™ is the best in breed automation solution providing capabilities across the pre-production and post-production cycles of software development. Automated capture of test cases, complex test case compositions, action cluster drive
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1. | Nov 15, 2013
I say no to football too but it's a slirpepy slope. Though baseball is what he lives for, and soccer is also a favorite, I failed to get my son in anything organized this year. He did 6 weeks of lacrosse this fall and loved it, though it was just learning skills, not playing games. He thinks anything with a ball is where he wants to be, and that includes football. He's gonna play something and he's gonna get injured at some point. I am lucky that his school doesn't have a football team. They don't have baseball either, which I think is going to be a bigger deal, but there are club options for baseball.Sarah, I'm scared too. And I played rugby in college.
2. | Nov 12, 2013
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3. | Nov 3, 2013
I haven't read Ross's book, but this seems pretty paomlebrtic: But for their citizens, the results [of nationalisation] were often disastrous: the powers once held by foreign corporations passed into the hands of their governments, making it easier for rulers to silence dissent and hold off democratic pressures So MNOCs constituted or constitute a real force for democracy in producer nations? Really? They weren't or aren't prepared toAnd this ignores and inverts the experience of, for example, Iran, in which oil companies supported the crushing an elected democracy.Perhaps oil is bad for democracy partly because it does not rely on the mass labour of the domestic population. This means both that they can't exercise strike power, and there is no in-built mechanism for revenues to trickle down in the form of wages.Ross continues, ethnic minorities in oil-producing regions took up arms to fight for a larger share of the government’s revenues But it seems hard to attribute that to nationalisation. e.g. see behaviour of MEND in the Nigeria directed against foreign oil companies.Surely it's more plausible to link any increase in ethno-regional competition after the 1970s to the higher prices after '73, pushing new exploration and (perhaps/perceived) greater potential revenue to be redistributed. and in many states, the tidal wave of revenues produced new jobs for men but not women. Does Ross want us to believe that had there been no wave of nationalisation the number of local women employed in oil would have been significantly greater?
4. | Oct 7, 2013
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5. | Aug 1, 2013
Of course I anresewd your nonsense bermiefluff. First I told you to stop thinking like a phony-British socialist and try to understand the basics of investing in a competitive environment, as in the case of major NCAA sports. I laid-out for you the positive progression of the 3-year ROI on 8/26 above feel free to take another go at it mate. As for RU football never winning anything gee, just a modicum of Google searching easily makes a mockery of that witless remark of yours: (ii) 2 Bowl wins in last 3 years (ii) top APR football rankings, and (iii) while 2010 was not a winning season, 2011 RU football recruiting ranked among the best in conference. And the Mike Rice investment has taken RU hoops out of the BE cellar in his first year, and very easily could’ve won two games in the BE tourney if the refs didn’t blow the SJU game, which in turn would have put the team right on NIT bubble. It’s about time you get your head out of the sand.As for the Bloomberg dweebs trying to write a sports story, it’s obvious they should stick to their financial reporting where they do a good job quoting the real pros in the business, but look foolish in their own editorials. How idiotic to compare RU’s 3-year investment in big-time sports to the 5 or 6 decades of investments made down at Univ of Texas—that doesn’t even pass the laugh test. And heaven forbid the left-leaning big government-loving Bloomie organization take NJ politicians to task for all the cutbacks to state higher education spending at the expense of all the corruption and misspending, double and triple-dipping politician pensions, etc. etc. etc. Or what if Booberg writers had the guts to take on the bloated college administrations like the Wall Street Journal has? Come on, that article has already been proven to be useless. No one outside of Trenton takes its premise even half-seriously, and those corrupt politicians will only care if they can use the trash to divert more money out of the state university to their pet projects and line their own pockets. Man bermiefluff, your bizarre pathological hatred for RU really makes you sound ridiculously uninformed despite your use of the British thesaurus.
6. | Jul 30, 2013
Of course I anerewsd your nonsense bermiefluff. First I told you to stop thinking like a phony-British socialist and try to understand the basics of investing in a competitive environment, as in the case of major NCAA sports. I laid-out for you the positive progression of the 3-year ROI on 8/26 above feel free to take another go at it mate. As for RU football never winning anything gee, just a modicum of Google searching easily makes a mockery of that witless remark of yours: (ii) 2 Bowl wins in last 3 years (ii) top APR football rankings, and (iii) while 2010 was not a winning season, 2011 RU football recruiting ranked among the best in conference. And the Mike Rice investment has taken RU hoops out of the BE cellar in his first year, and very easily could’ve won two games in the BE tourney if the refs didn’t blow the SJU game, which in turn would have put the team right on NIT bubble. It’s about time you get your head out of the sand.As for the Bloomberg dweebs trying to write a sports story, it’s obvious they should stick to their financial reporting where they do a good job quoting the real pros in the business, but look foolish in their own editorials. How idiotic to compare RU’s 3-year investment in big-time sports to the 5 or 6 decades of investments made down at Univ of Texas—that doesn’t even pass the laugh test. And heaven forbid the left-leaning big government-loving Bloomie organization take NJ politicians to task for all the cutbacks to state higher education spending at the expense of all the corruption and misspending, double and triple-dipping politician pensions, etc. etc. etc. Or what if Booberg writers had the guts to take on the bloated college administrations like the Wall Street Journal has? Come on, that article has already been proven to be useless. No one outside of Trenton takes its premise even half-seriously, and those corrupt politicians will only care if they can use the trash to divert more money out of the state university to their pet projects and line their own pockets. Man bermiefluff, your bizarre pathological hatred for RU really makes you sound ridiculously uninformed despite your use of the British thesaurus.
7. | Jun 17, 2013
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8. | Jun 14, 2013
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9. | May 18, 2013
The GP 500 captures close citaponing from a tv signal, something I did not know when I first responded to this question so, I suggested Dragon naturally speaking' Because it will process dictated notes, and Dragon is miles better than it used to be.However to get the Closed Captioning that accompanies a program into a text file from a tivo recording, first we have to be sure Tivo recordings support the extra channels that carry the closed capture text. If they do look into programs that edit video, like Final cut for mac, or Avermedia's ezcapture, which is probably a whole lot less expensive (but probably not as much fun).