The last day of “The Last Lecture” Professor

The last day of “The Last Lecture” Professor

  • “The brick walls are not there to keep us out,
  • the brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something,” he said.
  • “Because the brick walls are there to stop the people who don’t want it badly enough.
  • They’re there to stop the OTHER people.”

PITTSBURGH, July 26 – Randy Pausch said obstacles serve a purpose: They “give us a chance to show how badly we want something.” Confronted with incurable cancer, he devised a last lecture that became an Internet sensation, a best-selling book and a celebration of a life spent achieving his dreams.

Ten months after giving the lecture, Pausch died yesterday at his home in Chesapeake, Virginia, said Jeffrey Zaslow, the Wall Street Journal writer who co-wrote Pausch’s book “The Last Lecture.” Pausch was 47.

Pausch was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in September 2006. A year later, he gave the popular 76-minute speech titled “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams.”

The Last Lecture, Randy Pausch

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SPDC would never care about the plight of Myanmars abroad

SPDC would never care about the plight of Myanmars abroad


From The Philippine Star

MANILA, July 27 – Philippines Vice-President Noli de Castro appealed yesterday to Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak to defer the deportation of undocumented overseas Filipino workers in Sabah even as Kuala Lumpur assured Manila that it would strictly adhere to humane and orderly repatriation of the illegal migrants.

In a letter, De Castro urged Najib to stop the imminent deportation to allow the government to prepare for the reception and relocation of the deportees.

Malaysia announced it would conduct a large-scale operation against undocumented workers in Sabah that will affect hundreds of Filipinos illegally working there.

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Change way foreign workers recruited by Malaysia

Change way foreign workers recruited by Malaysia

Malaysiakini letter by Tan Sri Ramon V Navaratnam | Jul 25, 08

The Centre for Public Policy Studies welcomes the statement made by the Immigration Department Director-General Mahmood Adam that the department will be made a more efficient and transparent organisation.


In line with enhancing the department’s effectiveness and integrity, there should be an immediate revamping of the system that manages the recruitment of foreign workers. Outsourcing companies presently get their licenses from the immigration department to recruit workers.

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SPDC Generals are still dodging international justice because of ASEAN, China, Russia, India etc leaders

SPDC Generals are still dodging international justice 

with the help of THUGS in UNSC

Is international justice the enemy of peace?

It was only a little more than 15 years ago that the first of the contemporary international courts was created to prosecute those who commit war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.

That court, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), may soon mete out justice to a new defendant, following the arrest in Belgrade of Radovan Karadzic, wartime leader of Bosnia’s Serbs.

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