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人生最幸福的事~~就是身體健康,過著無憂無慮的日子。話說生日過婚禮顧問了之後,又長了一歲。所幸也長了智慧,沒空長年紀。人的一生當中婚禮佈置,要面臨許多重大的變化,生老病死是人生必經的過程,冬天到了,會場佈置陽光就顯得特別珍貴。人到老年,健康就顯得特別重要。好花不常開開幕活動,好景不常在。活在當下,把握人生的日子,開心是一天,難過是一酒店經紀天,因此,以快樂的心情迎接每一天的到來,以道別的心情送走每一酒店工作天的夜晚,相信幸福的人生,就會在你左右。而健康平安,無憂無慮酒店打工的日子。就是人生最幸福的事了。 過完生日後寫下心得感想與大家聊酒店兼職聊。 

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網友改周董歌詞kuso陳致中:聽媽媽的話,別讓錢曝光很有創意啦~~~~~不過我對政治冷感~~也不想見jay被捲入網友搞kuso就怕會[太超過]~~~至少要付版權費吧==================網友改周董歌詞kuso陳致中:聽媽媽的話,別讓錢曝光 更新日期:2008/08/26 14:27 社會中心∕綜合報導 陳致中、黃睿靚25日返台小額信貸,對於涉嫌洗錢全都推給媽媽吳淑珍,有網友看不下去,改編周杰倫歌曲「聽媽媽的話」,歌詞極盡諷刺。「聽媽媽的話,別讓她受傷……。」周杰倫的這首「聽媽媽的話」收錄在課本當模範教材,不少網友認為更適合陳致中,網友把歌詞改成:「聽媽媽的話,別讓錢曝光,想快快長大,才能開帳戶,美麗的鈔票,利個人信貸息中增加,瑞士在哪裡?阿爸告訴你……。」不只如此,連周董的rap也改了詞:「台灣人你是否有很多問號?為什麼別人在騎VESPA,我在開Jaguar,對著Money說話,別人活不下去,我卻戴著鑽表去念ABC……。」此外,網友還把陳致中夫婦說的話也收錄其中,「你會開始學你的老爸把錢偷匯出去,但我建議最好用你信用貸款媳婦的名字開戶,海外開戶怎麼會從我嘴巴說出?把錢匯出?所以要叫你用功讀書,媽媽塞給你的帳戶,你要好好的收著,因為被抓到時,你要告訴別人你是人頭……。」「將來大家看的都是我A錢的老爸,大家要的都是抄我的家,媽媽的狡猾大家都看見,裝死的姿態播在電視上面……。」周杰倫更早的作品「爸,我回房屋二胎來了」,原本一句歌詞是「不要再這樣打我媽媽」,卻變成:「不要再這樣虧我媽媽,我媽的話我都有聽,不要再這樣虧我媽媽,我是人頭那又怎樣?……」網友的kuso集思廣益,不到一天的時間,就改完兩首歌要送給陳致中,大概大家覺得他真的很聽媽媽的話。※ 更多「陳水扁密帳醜聞」新聞請見→房屋貸款http://www.nownews.com/project/0010/985_1.htm--------------------------------------------------網友「歌頌」致靚 2008年08月27日蘋果日報 周杰倫 圖片: 1 / 1前總統陳水扁兒子陳致中夫婦前天返台,將海外洗錢疑案都推給媽媽吳淑珍,網友改編偶像歌手周杰倫《聽媽媽的話》歌詞,名為「致靚(陳致中債務整合、黃睿靚)版」嘲諷,kuso十足。 改編周杰倫作品 周杰倫的《聽媽媽的話》,有網友將歌詞改為:「聽媽媽的話,別讓她受傷。想快快發達,只能相信她。滿天的人頭,裝死的神話。輪椅的魔法,沒人能勝她。」除《聽媽媽的話》,周杰倫另一首歌《爸,我回來了》也有網友改編,歌詞成了「不要再這樣虧我媽媽!支票借款我媽的話,我都有聽!不要再這樣虧我媽媽!我是人頭,那又怎樣?」 對此,周杰倫所屬的杰威爾公司昨回應:「我們了解網友有創意,但這是侵權行為,請大家注意。」綜合報導 周杰倫作品改編「致靚版」 ◎歌詞 《聽媽媽的話》 聽媽媽的話,別讓她受傷。想快快長大,才能保護她。 美麗的白髮,幸福中發芽。支票貼現天使的魔法,溫暖中慈祥。 ◎改編 聽媽媽的話,別讓她受傷。想快快長大,才能開帳戶。 美麗的鈔票,利息中增加。瑞士在哪裡,阿爸告訴你。 聽媽媽的話,別讓她受傷。想快快發達,只能相信她。 滿天的人頭,裝死的神話。輪椅的魔法,沒人能勝她。 ◎歌詞 《爸,我回來了》 不要再這樣打我媽媽! 我說的話汽車借款,你甘會聽? 不要再這樣打我媽媽! 難道你手,不會痛嗎? ◎改編 不要再這樣虧我媽媽! 我媽的話,我都有聽? 不要再這樣虧我媽媽! 我是人頭,那又怎樣? 資料來源:PTT實業坊telnet://ptt.cc

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Google has gone ahead with its new privacy policyMAR. 01, 2012 FROM BBC NEWS The new privacy policy is rolling out around the world on 1 March Continue reading the main story Related Stories Google 'fails EU privacy rules' Google cookies 'bypassed Safari' Internet company Google has gone ahead with its new privacy policy despite warnings from the EU that it might violate European law. The change means private data collected by one Google 土地買賣service can be shared with its other platforms including YouTube, Gmail and Blogger. Google said the new set-up would enable it to tailor search results better. But data regulators in France have cast doubt on the legality of the move and launched a Europe-wide investigation. Google has merged 60 guidelines for its individual sites into a single policy for all of its services. It means browsing data and web history, which is gathered when a user is signed 永慶房屋in with a Google account, can be shared across all of the websites. Logging out of Google's services will reduce the amount of data stored by the company, although - like many other sites - it will still store anonymous data about web activity. France's privacy watchdog CNIL wrote to Google earlier this week, urging a "pause" in rolling out the revised policy. "The CNIL and EU data authorities are deeply concerned about the combination of personal 住商房屋data across services," the regulator wrote. "They have strong doubts about the lawfulness and fairness of such processing, and its compliance with European data protection legislation." Advertisement Debate: Is privacy row a "storm in a teacup"? The regulator said it would send Google questions on the changes by mid-March. 'Strong as ever' In response, Google's global privacy counsel Peter Fleischer said he was happy to answer any concerns 太平洋房屋CNIL had. "As we've said several times over the past week, while our privacy policies will change on 1st March, our commitment to our privacy principles is as strong as ever," Mr Fleischer wrote in a blog post. Continue reading the main story “Start Quote Google is putting advertisers' interests before user privacy” End Quote Nick Pickles Big Brother Watch The company rejected the regulator's request to hold off on making the changes. Users 東森房屋are being moved on to the new single policy shortly after midnight on 1 March, local time. Google's business model - the selling of ads targeted on individual user behaviour - relies on collecting browsing information from its visitors. Until today, this information was kept apart between services. This meant a search on, for example, YouTube, would have no significance on what results or advertising you would encounter on another Google site like 21世紀房屋仲介Gmail. The new agreement, which users cannot opt out of unless they stop using Google's services, will mean activity on all of the company's sites will be linked. Advertisement WPP's chief executive, Sir Martin Sorrell, says consumers need the opportunity to 'opt-out' of Google changes Many websites and blogs in the technology community have given guidance for users concerned about how their browsing history will be used. They suggest 有巢氏房屋users can access, and delete, their browsing and search history on the site by logging in to google.com/history. A similar page for YouTube viewing and search history can also be accessed. Users can see which Google services hold data about them by viewing their dashboard. 'Advertiser interests' In preparation for the policy change, Google displayed prominent messages notifying visitors about the plans. A dedicated section was set up to provide 好房網more details. Google argued that combining the policies would make it simpler for users However, campaign group Big Brother Watch has argued that not enough has been done to ensure people are fully aware of the alterations. A poll of more than 2,000 people conducted by the group in conjunction with YouGov suggested 47% of Google users in the UK were not aware policy changes were taking place. Only 12% of British Google users, Big Brother Watch said, had 澎湖民宿read the new agreement. The group's director Nick Pickles said: "If people don't understand what is happening to their personal information, how can they make an informed choice about using a service? "Google is putting advertisers' interests before user privacy and should not be rushing ahead before the public understand what the changes will mean."

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