Digest for alt.sports.football.pro.sf-49ers@googlegroups.com - 3 updates in 3 topics

Friday, March 31, 2017

Benard Atkins <batkins700@gmail.com>: Mar 31 07:44PM -0700

The draft: Crapshoot.
 
http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/19047535/miami-dolphins-waive-former-first-round-pick-dion-jordan
Benard Atkins <batkins700@gmail.com>: Mar 31 07:54AM -0700

On Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 8:58:16 PM UTC-7, cao wrote:
> be stars. They also need LB and CB help, but there are no draft prospects
> for either position worth a #2 pick.
 
> That's why they get the "big bucks".
 
No need to reach for Trubisky, and that would be a reach, IMO.
A trade is not out of the question, either.
Benard Atkins <batkins700@gmail.com>: Mar 31 07:49AM -0700

http://www.ninersnation.com/2017/3/31/15135704/49ers-gm-john-lynch-patrick-mahomes-texas-tech-pro-day-attendance
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Digest for alt.sports.hockey.nhl.mtl-canadiens@googlegroups.com - 2 updates in 1 topic

Gerry <gerry14@hotmail.com>: Mar 31 07:47AM -0700

So it's pretty much assured by now that it's the Rangers in Round 1, right? With 5 games left, it's not *impossible* that they could climb out of the first wildcard sport, or that the Habs could slide out of first... but with 6 point cushions, it's highly unlikely.
 
Rangers have good balanced offense, D and goaltending have maybe not been as strong as expected, but I think one generally expects them to be strong there. 23rd on PK stands out a bit... if only the Habs' PP was able to figure itself out.
 
I don't think there's a big star or even really a top line on the Rangers that you try to shut down. They have balance and speed pretty much everywhere. It's not too bad a matchup for the Habs. The Rangers don't seem to have an especially physical/gritty team... even some of their heavier forwards like Hayes, Kreider, Nash and Zibanejad... they have size but don't necessarily play "mean".
 
It's not a terrible matchup for the Habs. There isn't much else you could get that would be better, no matter where you sit in the standings... 2nd vs. 3rd in the Atlantic is about the only somewhat "weak" matchup, perhaps, but would have been a big rivalry slot instead. To go anywhere in the playoffs, you have to be able to get by these teams at some point, so starting with the Rangers is as good as anything. Bonus, if you get past them, you get the rivalry/weaker opponent in the 2nd round.
 
l8r,
Gerry
Mike <mike@gmail.com>: Mar 31 02:17PM -0300

On 03/31/2017 11:47 AM, Gerry wrote:
 
> It's not a terrible matchup for the Habs. There isn't much else you could get that would be better, no matter where you sit in the standings... 2nd vs. 3rd in the Atlantic is about the only somewhat "weak" matchup, perhaps, but would have been a big rivalry slot instead. To go anywhere in the playoffs, you have to be able to get by these teams at some point, so starting with the Rangers is as good as anything. Bonus, if you get past them, you get the rivalry/weaker opponent in the 2nd round.
 
> l8r,
> Gerry
 
I think they can be the Rangers - they've already shown that. King
Henrik has not had a fantastic year and Price is coming into the groove
as we speak so I think they can beat them. I also think they can beat
Ottawa or Toronto, although the way things are going I wouldn't be
shocked to see Ottawa tumble out of the race. Karlsson is hurt which for
them is like Price going down for the Habs - bad news. Looking at the
schedule, Montreal will have a very large say in who plays in that #2/3
spot. They've got Tampa twice so will be interesting.
 
After the second round I don't hold out much hope and in truth it
wouldn't shock me totally if the Rangers did beat them - after all they
are two even teams, points wise so its far from an easy pick. My bold
prediction is that they beat NYR in 6, the Leafs in 5 hard fought games
and then go down 4-1 to Washington who will finally beat the curse and
get to the Finals.
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michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Mar 31 08:42PM -0700

Or Homewood or MTN Brook can get you there quickly without interstates or 280
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RoddyMcCorley <Roddy.McCorley@verizon.net>: Mar 31 10:43PM -0400

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That is the thing I do not understand about the right. They are all for
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That does not seem to be a measure of "greatness."
 
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RoddyMcCorley <Roddy.McCorley@verizon.net>: Mar 31 10:27PM -0400

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Digest for rec.sport.tennis@googlegroups.com - 25 updates in 7 topics

stephenJ <sjaros3@cox.net>: Mar 31 04:04PM -0500

Was watching a replay of Sampras/Edberg 1993 AO semifinal and was
reminded of how serving has changed.
 
For the first two sets, I watched for the serve speeds on the court's
speed gun.
 
Edberg's fastest first serve was 174 KPH or 108 mph. His average was
clearly lower than that, his typical first serve was around 164 KPH or
102 MPH. And MANY of Edberg's first serves, maybe 40% of them, failed to
reach 100 MPH.
 
His second serves were typically around 84 MPH and he did hit several
that failed to hit 80 MPH.
 
Huge-serving Pete? Yes, he clearly hit harder serves. But not by today's
standards. In two sets of action, Pete reached the 120 MPH mark ZERO
times, his biggest first serve was 193 KPH, which is just short of 120
mph. His second biggest, fair or fault, was 190 KPH or 118 MPH.
 
More typically, his first serve was about 180 KPH or 111 MPH, and his
vaunted second serve clocked in around 150 kph or 93 MPH.
 
For example, in game 3 of the second set, Pete hit *first* serves of
116, 113, 107, and 99 MPH. Sampras hitting a 99 MPH first serve? Yep.
 
As a result, I saw Edberg hit *several* return winners off of Pete's
first serve. Pete did the same thing to Stefan.
 
No wonder the match was filled with lots of volleying and very little
service aces or winners?
 
 
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PeteWasLucky <waleed.khedr@gmail.com>: Mar 31 02:10PM -0700

You opened can of worms for yourself by this post :)
 
Alex, where are you?
Guypers <gapp111@gmail.com>: Mar 31 03:11PM -0700

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Good post!
Scott <scottl44@yahoo.com>: Mar 31 03:15PM -0700

If Pete had Edberg's serve, I see Edberg winning more than losing against Pete.
undecided <costasz@gmail.com>: Mar 31 03:49PM -0700

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Nonsense....Pete in his last USO was hitting 130mph serves. I was there watching it happen. The radar guns were changed to show higher speeds over the years. Pete was still ace'ing people on the seniors tour just like he did when he played the ATP. He wasn't the biggest server but he was precise and his 2nd serve was not much slower than his 1st. That was the key to his success.
John Liang <jliang70@gmail.com>: Mar 31 04:10PM -0700

On Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 9:15:25 AM UTC+11, Scott wrote:
> If Pete had Edberg's serve, I see Edberg winning more than losing against Pete.
 
Edberg's serve was designed to get him to the net as quickly as possible, he hit a lot of body serve to cram his opponent, he also hit a lot of kicking serve. Edberg had quite a few injuries to his back in 89/90 and forced him to retire in 89/90 Australian Open. The injuries forced him to make subtle changes to his serve to put less stress on his back. Edberg was underrated as a returner, he got a lot of ball back against big servers and was very difficult to ace him repeatedly.
stephenJ <sjaros3@cox.net>: Mar 31 06:59PM -0500

On 3/31/2017 5:49 PM, undecided wrote:
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> Nonsense....Pete in his last USO was hitting 130mph serves.
 
Radar guns are radar guns. Pete DID hit a ton of 130 MPH serves at 2002
USO, but that's because his serving got much bigger as time went by.
 
Everyone's did! Rackets and strings, or somesuch, changed around
1995-1996, such that serves got a lot bigger.
 
If you doubt it, WATCH the serves at that 93 AO! They clearly are slow
by today's standards.
 
There's no way Pete was actually hitting 130 mph serves that were
registering as 110 MPH serves. Not a chance.
 
 
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stephenJ <sjaros3@cox.net>: Mar 31 07:01PM -0500

On 3/31/2017 6:10 PM, John Liang wrote:
> On Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 9:15:25 AM UTC+11, Scott wrote:
>> If Pete had Edberg's serve, I see Edberg winning more than losing against Pete.
 
> Edberg's serve was designed to get him to the net as quickly as possible, he hit a lot of body serve to cram his opponent, he also hit a lot of kicking serve. Edberg had quite a few injuries to his back in 89/90 and forced him to retire in 89/90 Australian Open. The injuries forced him to make subtle changes to his serve to put less stress on his back. Edberg was underrated as a returner, he got a lot of ball back against big servers and was very difficult to ace him repeatedly.
 
Yes, as a Becker fan, i was aware of Edberg's returning. Edberg was a
big guy, 6'2" and well built. He didn't have power on his serve but he
was big and strong enough that big servers could not easily bully him.
He could get those balls back if he got a racket on them.
 
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Shakes <kvcshake@gmail.com>: Mar 31 05:01PM -0700

On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 4:10:07 PM UTC-7, John Liang wrote:
 
> Edberg's serve was designed to get him to the net as quickly as possible, he hit a lot of body serve to cram his opponent, he also hit a lot of kicking serve. Edberg had quite a few injuries to his back in 89/90 and forced him to retire in 89/90 Australian Open. The injuries forced him to make subtle changes to his serve to put less stress on his back. Edberg was underrated as a returner, he got a lot of ball back against big servers and was very difficult to ace him repeatedly.
 
Edberg had a back injury in 1989 (retired from the 1989 AO QF and then had surgery around March or April, IIRC). He retired from the 1990 AO F because of an abdominal injury, not back injury.
 
However, you are right that he changed his service action after the 1989 back surgery. He didn't arch his back as much as he did from 1985-1988. IMO, his serve lost some of it's vicious spin though it was still a great kick serve.
 
Evidence shows that top level 2HBH players with good/attacking returning skills always bothered Edberg (Connors, Courier, Agassi). Once Courier, Agassi started making it to the top of the game, Edberg struggled more often than not. They were able to hit the returns earlier, harder, forcing him to hit tough volleys time and again. Occasionally, he would be in such fine form that he could take whatever they threw at him (1991 USO), but, by and large, he had a tough time with them.
John Liang <jliang70@gmail.com>: Mar 31 05:07PM -0700

On Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 11:01:12 AM UTC+11, Shakes wrote:
 
> Edberg had a back injury in 1989 (retired from the 1989 AO QF and then had surgery around March or April, IIRC). He retired from the 1990 AO F because of an abdominal injury, not back injury.
 
> However, you are right that he changed his service action after the 1989 back surgery. He didn't arch his back as much as he did from 1985-1988. IMO, his serve lost some of it's vicious spin though it was still a great kick serve.
 
> Evidence shows that top level 2HBH players with good/attacking returning skills always bothered Edberg (Connors, Courier, Agassi). Once Courier, Agassi started making it to the top of the game, Edberg struggled more often than not. They were able to hit the returns earlier, harder, forcing him to hit tough volleys time and again. Occasionally, he would be in such fine form that he could take whatever they threw at him (1991 USO), but, by and large, he had a tough time with them.
 
Evidence also showed Edberg was well passed his peak after 92. 91 USO was probably his last peak level performance.
Patrick Kehoe <pkehoe@telus.net>: Mar 31 05:38PM -0700

On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 2:10:53 PM UTC-7, PeteWasLucky wrote:
> You opened can of worms for yourself by this post :)
 
> Alex, where are you?
 
God yes... 10 or 11 years ago that exact issue ignited a (fascinating) storm of posts about the 'relative' nature of serving, speeds, effectiveness given the surfaces, etc... I offered up the statement that Patrick McEnroe made (around 2006 or 2007, I can't remember) and he said - at that time - that the average serving speed on the men's tour was THEE key metric of DIFFERENCE, (though NOT the only one) when comparing tennis of the mid-80's and mid-90's and then c. 2006... Not only had the 130 threshold been broken and routinely bettered, the 140 threshold had been... THOUGH, more to the point was that it was just normal serving to hit 124-132 on the men's tour, throughout the top 100, not an outlying fact... and that had changed men's tennis... WELL... that blew open a whole on the board... even though obvious, it lead to the usual silliness on all sides, HOWEVER, it also stimulated a FASCINATING and EPICALLY long post(s) on the topic...
 
P
Patrick Kehoe <pkehoe@telus.net>: Mar 31 05:40PM -0700

On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 3:49:23 PM UTC-7, undecided wrote:
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> Nonsense....Pete in his last USO was hitting 130mph serves. I was there watching it happen. The radar guns were changed to show higher speeds over the years. Pete was still ace'ing people on the seniors tour just like he did when he played the ATP. He wasn't the biggest server but he was precise and his 2nd serve was not much slower than his 1st. That was the key to his success.
 
No... there are other issues, but that's a MYTH about the radar guns... and many examples were cited (articles about the integrity of the radar guns since the 1980s!... That particular point is a red herring... have to say...
 
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Shakes <kvcshake@gmail.com>: Mar 31 06:39PM -0700

On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 5:07:51 PM UTC-7, John Liang wrote:
> On Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 11:01:12 AM UTC+11, Shakes wrote:
 
> > Evidence shows that top level 2HBH players with good/attacking returning skills always bothered Edberg (Connors, Courier, Agassi). Once Courier, Agassi started making it to the top of the game, Edberg struggled more often than not. They were able to hit the returns earlier, harder, forcing him to hit tough volleys time and again. Occasionally, he would be in such fine form that he could take whatever they threw at him (1991 USO), but, by and large, he had a tough time with them.
 
> Evidence also showed Edberg was well passed his peak after 92. 91 USO was probably his last peak level performance.
 
Possibly, but Connors' record against Edberg shows that he was always vulnerable to good 2HBH returning players.
Jason White <infiniti_g35_guy88@yahoo.com>: Mar 31 12:39PM -0700

On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 10:14:12 AM UTC-7, Patrick Kehoe wrote:
 
> Hope for a good one... GO Rafa... [Hoping for a Rafa-NickieK final... Feds has enough early season hardware :)]
 
> Rafa and NickieK would be fireworks...
 
> P
 
That would be a fun match. Nadal looks very hungry for this title. He might get back to his winning ways over Federer, if that final occurred. So Kyrgios in the final would spare certain fans of having to go through that. :P
Shakes <kvcshake@gmail.com>: Mar 31 12:46PM -0700

On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 12:39:29 PM UTC-7, Jason White wrote:
 
 
> That would be a fun match. Nadal looks very hungry for this title. He might get back to his winning ways over Federer, if that final occurred. So Kyrgios in the final would spare certain fans of having to go through that. :P
 
If Nadal does beat Fed in the F, I wouldn't be surprised. Fed must be pretty beat up by now and is ready for a loss. However I expect Kyrgios will beat Fed first for the same reason.
SliceAndDice <vishalkn@gmail.com>: Mar 31 01:09PM -0700

Rafa's toughest opponent to the final has been...Kohlschrieber. Not sure if this cakewalk draw would give you an accurate indication of his "hunger".
 
I do admit that the conditions favor him in the absence of Djokovic.
Patrick Kehoe <pkehoe@telus.net>: Mar 31 05:45PM -0700

On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 12:46:02 PM UTC-7, Shakes wrote:
> On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 12:39:29 PM UTC-7, Jason White wrote:
 
> > That would be a fun match. Nadal looks very hungry for this title. He might get back to his winning ways over Federer, if that final occurred. So Kyrgios in the final would spare certain fans of having to go through that. :P
 
> If Nadal does beat Fed in the F, I wouldn't be surprised. Fed must be pretty beat up by now and is ready for a loss. However I expect Kyrgios will beat Fed first for the same reason.
 
I agree... Rafa ready to get a Fed scalp, Foggi didn't force Rafa into the tank of energy reserves... the only worry is that he's not hitting many winners these days... Foggi littered up the scoresheet (UFE)... so, either Feds or Nickie will be a challenge, but, this is a really good look in for Rafa on this court, gritty, he'll get to a lot of balls and make it rough for whomever he plays...
 
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undecided <costasz@gmail.com>: Mar 31 03:51PM -0700

On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 7:42:44 AM UTC-4, soccerfan777 wrote:
> Sampras would have won zippo slams with wood
 
Idiot, Sampras grew up playing with wood and his pro racquet was the smallest and heaviest pro racquet at the time.
Manuel aka Xax <xamigax@gmail.com>: Mar 31 03:56PM -0700

Le vendredi 31 mars 2017 15:24:43 UTC+2, Whisper a écrit :
> On 31/03/2017 10:42 PM, soccerfan777 wrote:
> > Sampras would have won zippo slams with wood
 
> Sampras woulda been Pancho on steroids in wood era - probably won 30 slams.
 
Well, what does tell ?
 
Since Roddick was supposed to be a Sampras on steroids, it doesn't look really good for Pete :-)
 
 
By the way, the post you replied to was merely trolling.
Given his age, Sampras is quite likely to have started with wood tool.
I've been playing with the green & black painted wood Dunlop Mac once had, iirc.
And I was born near day-for-day ten years before Federer (August 1971).
 
Not having if not compete with, say at least play often with, wood racket is merely concerning players born after 1990.
I wonder how most would deal with such smaller heads, appart from Fed who has been the smallest head in the pro tour until very lately (with known results no longer after the switch)
John Liang <jliang70@gmail.com>: Mar 31 04:27PM -0700

On Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 9:51:02 AM UTC+11, undecided wrote:
> On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 7:42:44 AM UTC-4, soccerfan777 wrote:
> > Sampras would have won zippo slams with wood
 
> Idiot, Sampras grew up playing with wood and his pro racquet was the smallest and heaviest pro racquet at the time.
 
No, the pro staff wasn't the smallest racquet. The head size of Pro staff is about the same as Dunlop Max 200G Pro, both are larger than Adidas Lendl GTX Pro.
"Pelle Svanslös" <pelle@svans.los>: Apr 01 02:03AM +0300

https://twitter.com/ComedyCentralUK/status/847859783801737217
 
Note for Icey: PG rated!
"Pelle Svanslös" <pelle@svans.los>: Apr 01 12:47AM +0300

http://www.clickondetroit.com/live/live-stream-april-the-giraffes-behavior-is-very-off-from-normal-demeanor
TT <ascii@dprk.kp>: Apr 01 01:22AM +0300

1.4.2017, 0:47, Pelle Svanslös kirjoitti:
> http://www.clickondetroit.com/live/live-stream-april-the-giraffes-behavior-is-very-off-from-normal-demeanor
 
This is extremely exciting channel.
*skriptis <skriptis@post.t-com.hr>: Mar 31 09:58PM +0200

When Federer was chasing his FO it seemed longer at the time than
it actually was. The feeling was probably amplified with the
uncertainties over whether he'd ever beat Nadal there. But his
first final was in 2006, he won in 2009. That's just 3 years.

 
Djokovic's quest for cgs and FO seemed to last even longer, and it
was, he was 29 when he won it, at the tail end of his peak
period. But on the other side, his first final was in 2012, so
it's legitimate to claim he waited 4 years.
 
 
That's 3 and 4 years. We all know Miami and FO can't compare, but
Nadal has been in 4 finals here, this one is his 5th and he
definitely wants it. But it's been 12 (!) years since his first
final.
 
If he wins I expect him to be superconfident coming into clay.
Achieving something he's been waiting for 12 years.

 
Federer, Daydenko, Djokovic, Djokovic.
05, 08, 11, 14.
 
 
 
 
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Court_1 <olympia0000@yahoo.com>: Mar 31 12:17PM -0700

On Friday, March 31, 2017 at 2:59:01 PM UTC-4, grif wrote:
 
> >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTWKbfoikeg
 
> > I'm fine with Federer, Nadal or Kyrgios winning the tournament.
 
> Fed and Nads are the old guard. I thought you were desperate for new blood to make a move.
 
Which is why I said I'm fine with Kyrgios winning the tournament. If he can win it by beating Federer and then Nadal that would be some big statement. Is he ready? With him you never know.
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Urgently Needed ||DB2 Integrator||Mclean VA || Long Term

Hello ,

 

        Hope you're doing great...!!

 

This is Amit Kumar from Damco Group.

 Please share me resume at amitc1@damcogroup.com




Title:  DB2 Integrator

Location: Mclean VA

Duration: Long Term

Need USC GC AND GC EAD

Job Description:

Job duties:

·         Provide development DBA support in distributed databases such as DB2 UDB, Oracle, Sybase and SQL Server

·         Management / administration of development and test instances / databases

·         Work with Engineering & Operations counterparts and coordinate server/instance/database builds, database refreshes, security implementations and production deployments

·         Troubleshooting and problem analysis during development and testing phases

·         Provide DBA SME support to a large group of developers and testers

·         Troubleshoot application/database issues during development/testing/deployment phases and provide solutions

·         Documentation around database procedures, issues and their resolution

Requirements:

·         Production / Development DBA with 7 to 8 years of database administration experience (Oracle/DB2 UDB/Sybase/SQL Server)

·         Experience in supporting multiple DBMS platforms preferably in latest versions

·         Solid understanding of database architecture and strong UNIX knowledge

·         Experience in database version upgrades and cross-platform migrations, preferably to Linux

·         Strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills

·         Good understanding of hardware performance, memory and I/O

·         Experience with DBMS specific tools for query/explain plans, database advisors, query snapshots, ability to understand them and troubleshoot the problems

·         Experience in supporting application teams in development/testing environments

·         Strong understanding of database interfacing technologies such as ODBC, JDBC, DBMS native clients, etc.

·         Strong Shell programming knowledge and experience in writing shell scripts

·         Experience / knowledge of middleware technologies such as WebLogic, WebMethods, Apache/Tomcat is a plus

·         Experience on virtual platforms such as VMware is a plus


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Amit Kumar Chandel || Technical Recruiter  || Damco Solutions Inc.| T: +1 6094365353

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Sažetak za hr.rec.sport.nogomet@googlegroups.com - Broj ažuriranja: 8 u Broj tema: 3

"branko 10" <branko@ck.t-com.hr>: Mar 31 11:05PM +0200

Inter-Zaprešić - Hajduk 1-3
 
Sažetak (Full HD)
https://vk.com/video230765537_456240576
Izvješće (HD)
https://vk.com/video230765537_456240578
Darac <kbk@gmail.com>: Mar 31 12:59AM +0200

On 30.3.2017. 20:40, Arraki wrote:
> bolesti se radi, i od koje duševne bolesti boluju ljudi sa ovog videa
 
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qi4dhn-0JI
 
> hvala
 
 
 
- Pogledajte Hajdukove napade
 
- Pogledajte kako se Tudorovi momci kreću
 
- Pogledajte kako prednji igrači pritišću
 
- Hajduk trenutno igra najmoderniji, najbolji nogomet u ligi
 
 
-22 na kraju
 
:-)
NoXoN <nikoi8888@gmail.com>: Mar 31 10:23AM +0200

On 30.3.2017. 20:40, Arraki wrote:
 
Arakki, jebiga, moraš priznati da ti je fino argumentima pokazao kako je
autor tog članka zapravo pristrani i neobjektivni kreten... To što ti
dalje ponavljaš svoju mantru, ne mijenja činjenice... ;)
 
Mislim, obraćam se samo tebi, jer Freelancera u argumentiranooj raspravi
može pobijediti prosječni 7-godišnjak, pa nema smisla :D
Darac <kbk@gmail.com>: Mar 31 06:05PM +0200

On 31.3.2017. 10:23, NoXoN wrote:
 
 
> autor tog članka zapravo pristrani i neobjektivni kreten...
 
 
Ma sigurno nije, pa:
 
- Pogledajte Hajdukove napade
 
- Pogledajte kako se Tudorovi momci kreću
 
- Pogledajte kako prednji igrači pritišću
 
- Hajduk trenutno igra najmoderniji, najbolji nogomet u ligi
 
 
 
:-)
Arraki <tattaundsttrikan@decima.hr>: Mar 31 07:39PM +0200


> Arakki, jebiga, moraš priznati da ti je fino argumentima pokazao kako je
> autor tog članka zapravo pristrani i neobjektivni kreten...
 
pristran je naravno, ali za razliku od LesiĆkog and co (i cile Hamze
grupe npr) zna posrat Hajduka-igrače, upravu, pa čal i Torcidu.
 
Shodno tome, čovik je novinar na n-tu (di n tezi u +beskonačno) u
poredbi sa Lesičkim i drugim uvlakačima Tatti u analni otvor.
 
Kad Huliga napiše da je Hajduk utržija 15 000 000 od Vlašića, a u biti
je utržija 7 puta manje...
 
hint: pogledaj sta su Tattini novinari pisali o transferima Halila,
Čopa, pa pogledaj samo sta su pisali o crncu kojeg je potira kineski
drugoligaš. I stavi to u isti koš sa Huligom. Ma daj nemoj me jebat...
 
 
To što ti
> dalje ponavljaš svoju mantru, ne mijenja činjenice... ;)
 
Ne ponavljam. Pita sam ga, kad je već toliko stručan, da mi kaze od koje
bolesti Huliga boluje, i da li slučajno zna od kojeg psihičkog
poremećaja boluju ovi šta slave naslov na stadionu skupa sa još 199
istomišljenika.
 
Kao šta vidiš, još uvik čekam odgovor našeg liječnika.
Gyz <gyz.makni@email.htnet.hr>: Mar 31 11:08AM +0200

On Thu, 30 Mar 2017 20:37:17 +0200, Arraki wrote:
 
> http://dalmatinskiportal.hr/zivot/hajduci-nisu-bili-razbojnici-nego-pravedni-junaci--a-ime-dolazi-iz-debrecena/20045
 
http://www.vecernji.hr/crna-kronika/tinovi-su-prijatelji-u-panici-policija-temeljito-istrazuje-narkoseanse-1159889
 
dišpet...
simpatije...
cooolll...
 
malo o navijačima 'jajduga...
 
to valjda ista klapa, iz koje je i onaj sa šipkom
 
ponos hajduka
"x X x" <zagreb@zagreb.hr>: Mar 31 07:06PM +0200

"Arraki" <tattaundsttrikan@decima.hr> wrote in message
news:objj8t$bna$2@ls237.t-com.hr...
> http://dalmatinskiportal.hr/zivot/hajduci-nisu-bili-razbojnici-nego-pravedni-junaci--a-ime-dolazi-iz-debrecena/20045
 
jebo haduk, jesi ti poznavao obog debila što je ubio ćaću i mater?
Arraki <tattaundsttrikan@decima.hr>: Mar 31 07:46PM +0200

> jebo haduk, jesi ti poznavao obog debila što je ubio ćaću i mater?
 
ne, sva srića. A i puno je mlađi on...inače, OŠ Vodice je najggora OŠ u
šibenskokninskoj županiji, uz onu u Kistanjama. U Kistanjama su većinom
socijalni slučajevi, ekipa sa 10 dice i sl. a u VD imaš dosta mladosti
(bahate, bezobrazne) kojoj su roditelji bogati iznajmljivači apartmana
ili neke druge turističke djelatnosti. Samo se siti onih sta su bacili
dinamit ispo Bana. Iako, ruku na srce, aktiviranje dinamita je ovdi
sport svih, a ne samo bogatih, i to vec odavno:)
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Urgent requirement for the position of C++ RTC Engineer (Rational Team Concert) @ Peachtree City/GA

Hi ,

Currently, I am recruiting candidates for one of my requirement as mentioned below. If you have a matching profile, please send me the updated resume along with contact details at the earliest.Please send your resume on kulwinder@rgtalent.com

 

Job Title

C++ RTC Engineer (Rational Team Concert)

Project Location

Peachtree City GA

Duration

6 months /Contract

 
Skills Required and Job Description:

Moi = Telephonic + Skype

Client is migrating from ClearCase to IBM RTC.
Will hire from a phone Screen/skype Interview
Will hire non-local candidates


Required Skills: (some might be optional):

  • C/C++ building/development
  • Make/ant setup and debugging
  • Source Code Management (RTC/CCM, ClearCase, Subversion, GIT, PVCS, etc.) (order of importance from left to right)
  • Understand export functions of ClearCase, and import functions into RTC
  • CI setup on RTC/Jenkins etc.

 
Optional:

  • IBM UrbanCode Deploy
  • Cantata (unit test tool)
  • Unix/Window Admin
  • Chef/Puppet  (CM tool)
  • Python or Groovy (scripting tool)

 

 

Regards,

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recruiter

 

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