Country Music, a few more songs and the Big Bopper.


I somehow lost very many of the links, so this is it then, I guess I lost over half of the links.

Entry #308

Country Songs

Entry #307

Linux Live CD

I am right now trying out a Linux Live Cd, what that means is that I put the CD on the CD-DVD drive and re-start the Pc then the Pc boots-up Linux from the CD into memory, that is, Linux is not installed onto the hard drive it is only in the pc's ram memory.

It allows me to get on the Internet and browse and I am right now using it to do this with it.

But this particular Linux live CD doesn't seem to have the Adobe Flash Player so I can't get videos on the Web.

It might be maybe because this is just for safe browsing, this is a special Linus Live CD.

I will in the future try to use one that might let me see and hear videos.

Entry #306

Songs, mostly for very young children, but not all songs.

Entry #305

Spanish Mexican Songs.

David Zaizar - la malaguena
Llorona-David Zaizar
Mariachi Vargas - El Son de La Negra
Mariachi Vargas - El Jarabe Tapatio
Mariachi Vargas - Volver Volver
Mariachi Vargas - Cielito Lindo Huasteco
Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan Las Coronelas
Mazatlan/Mike Laure
Mike Laure, Veracruz

Entry #303

Petula Clark Songs and many others.

Petula Clark
Never On Sunday


I will follow him

Wishin' and Hopin'

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
Patti Page
How Much Is That Doggie In The Window
Tennessee Ernie Ford

Andy Williams

A Summer Place
Barbra Streisand

The way we were
Bobby Darin

Beyond the Sea
Frankie Valli
Can't take my eyes off you
Linda Ronstadt

Nat King Cole
Capullito de Aleli

Ay Cosita Linda

Piel canela

Cachito mio

Entry #302

Winning Probabilities of Patterns Of Past Winning Numbers.

I don't know where to post this at, so I am posting it on my blog.

I don't know anything about Math, not the first nor the last (Thing).

So therefore I might be wrong about somethings that I (Say) write about.

"They" say that the winning number(s) is (Are) brought about by (A series) of "Random" events.

So then if that is true (I don't know), I would think that whatever (Factors) lead(s) to "The winning number(s)" can't be found out.

If all the digits and numbers have the same chance of getting to be the winning numbers, then those that get to be winning numbers, did not have no particular past statistics that set them appart from non winning numbers, that is that winning numbers to be, can't be found out (Predicted) by their past statistics, that is by the past statistics of their patterns.

If that is so, then predicted numbers would be no better than random numbers.


It might be illogical, but I still think that the main problem with prediction is not the so called random, but that the state wants to make lottery money and they are the ones who hold the drawings, so it would be to their best interest to make as much money as possible from the sale of lottery tickets.


Trying to rate the "Winning Probability" of patterns is very hard or impossible to do for somebody with little to no knowledge of Math.

So one question might be: How do you rate the winning probability of patterns?

Is there any such thing as "Winning Probability" of patterns, Is that something possible to do with Math, or with whatever?

What are the "Winning Statistics" of particular patterns (If any), versus the "Non-Winning Statistics"?


Can the study of the past winning numbers help in increasing the chances of winning, or not?


There were and are prediction softwares that were and are  so close, the people who made them knew and know so much (I guess), too bad that they didn't and know just a little bit more.

Softwares make prediction so much easier or less hard.

Too bad that Simulotto and MaxHitPro are no more.


Entry #301

My Computer Crashed

After having run a anti-spyware program and tried to restart the computer, it would not restart, I guess that some of the files that were infected and then deleted by the anti-spyware program were important.

Right now I am here at LP and using my Pc due to a CD that I have that allows me to run a sort of small operating system from CD to the memory-ram of the Pc, in other words, this operating system is in memory-ram not on the hard drive.

It has FireFox on it, so I am here on the Internet.

I do have a copy, should or might be a good or at least good enough copy maybe of my original WinXP installation on another hard drive and I also have the needed software to tranfer that WinXP installation onto this hard drive, as I use the other hard drive just for storage of the original WinXP installation just in case of problems such as I have right now.

I will do the fixing either later Tonight or some other day soon.


This is the very first time that I boot from CD an operating system (maybe, can't remember).

At first I had trouble getting on the Web.


This goes to show that when you learn enough about computers, you can still get on the web and also fix installation problems no matter what.

But you have to be ready from before, from before you have the computer problem(s).

I been ready for a long time, just so when I have Pc problems I can fix them.


I can't and won't give details about this CD boot operating system, as I really could not anyway as I don't remember how I made it.


But you might or should be able to do almost the same using a Linux CD.


Running an operating system from CD and then memory, might be safer for Internet browsing, maybe, but I am not sure, I don't know if malware could still get downloaded onto the hard drive or not.


I can even download and run programs as if the operating system was on the hard drive or at least many, but not all programs, I can also download and see pictures.

I just downloaded a poker game and installed it, but had to install it on the desktop, there are some limitations to what can be done when you run an operating system from CD onto ram and not use the hard-drive.


It is fun to test this and good for emergencies.


My Operating system shows here at LP right now as being WinXP, but it is not the regular WinXP from the hard-drive installation, but the WinXP from the CD installation to Live-Ram-Memory.

This is to only be used for emergencies, I don't think that it is legal for everyday use, but as I bought my computer with a WinXP intall on it, I guess that it is O.K., also it might not work if there is not already some kind of a WinXP installation on the hard drive, maybe even if it is not working right now as mine is not.


Some other time, I will delete these faulty WinXP installs and partitions and copy from another hard drive to this, what might be a good install, that is if that one is not also infected, that will have to be checked after the installation is transfered from one drive to the other.

At least I didn't lose any downloaded programs.


Otherwise, it might be time to try a brand new (Clean) Win 2000 Install or a WinXP one.


I might be getting used to booting WinXP from CD, that means that in the new future I might try to do the same using a Linux CD.


I do have a multiboot hard drive, that on it is sectioned with many partitions and copies of WinXP, but all were "Infected", I hope that the original WinXP copy on another hard drive is not also infected.

Sometime soon or on the next weekend I will check that.


Entry #299

Is what you see what it is (What you get)?

Those who know say that one draw does not have anything to do with another draw.

Be that as it might, let us say that, that should be true.

But of what use is that truth if we want to win, to such as myself, that is of no use, worse it is an impediment, Why? Because when I look at past draws, at the patterns that they make, they do appear as if draws do have to do with each other, to ignore that might mean to lose.

What works for winning is what we want, not what should or should not be.


Those who know say that the lottery games-draws are random.

Truth or not?, maybe, but Should we care?, Will knowing that help us to win?

Probably not, Why? Because when I look at the patterns made by past winning draws they don't appear to be "Random".


What we see is what it is, regardless of what Math says or not.


Statistics, chances, probabilities, should work, but not of what Math says that should be, but of what the patterns made by past draws show, that is, forget about what Math says that should be and instead go by what is there on the patterns.


For example, if all that you saw on the past winning numbers was Singles, Would you play Doubles just because Math might say that you should get 3 or 4 Doubles out of every 10 winning numbers?

Or play Doubles if you see very many come out very often.

When that happened somewhere people still played Doubles when they should have been making money playing Singles.

If you don't see "Clean" numbers, Why play them? Or if you see very many "Clean" numbers come out, Why not play them?

If most Sums that come out are Low and High, Why then play MIddle Sums? Or if most Sums out are MIddle, Why then play Low and High?

All of that is not new, but now looking at these past draws made me remember, not that I had forgotten or anything.

Texas (TX) Pick 3 Day Past Winning Numbers

Thu, Apr 01, 2010    9-1-7, Sum It Up: 17
Wed, Mar 31, 2010    0-2-0, Sum It Up: 02
Tue, Mar 30, 2010    8-6-7, Sum It Up: 21
Mon, Mar 29, 2010    8-9-6, Sum It Up: 23
Sat, Mar 27, 2010    5-4-8, Sum It Up: 17
Fri, Mar 26, 2010    8-9-8, Sum It Up: 25
Thu, Mar 25, 2010    9-7-7, Sum It Up: 23
Wed, Mar 24, 2010    0-0-0, Sum It Up: 00
Tue, Mar 23, 2010    4-6-0, Sum It Up: 10
Mon, Mar 22, 2010    0-0-4, Sum It Up: 04


Texas (TX) Pick 3 Night Past Winning Numbers

Thu, Apr 01, 2010    7-1-5, Sum It Up: 13
Wed, Mar 31, 2010    6-9-7, Sum It Up: 22
Tue, Mar 30, 2010    1-2-6, Sum It Up: 09
Mon, Mar 29, 2010    0-2-9, Sum It Up: 11
Sat, Mar 27, 2010    8-3-7, Sum It Up: 18
Fri, Mar 26, 2010    0-6-1, Sum It Up: 07
Thu, Mar 25, 2010    4-7-6, Sum It Up: 17
Wed, Mar 24, 2010    7-3-5, Sum It Up: 15
Tue, Mar 23, 2010    1-8-1, Sum It Up: 10
Mon, Mar 22, 2010    2-1-8, Sum It Up: 11

Entry #298

Windows Virtual PC, XP Mode on Windows 7.

From Microsoft:

Is hardware virtualization a must-have to run Windows XP Mode?

No. Windows XP Mode can be run on a CPU without hardware virtualization.


Entry #297

A: Videos For Children (Of all ages).

I didn't completely see all of the children's videos listed here, so before any of them are shown to children it might be best to see them.

HighLight and then Copy and then Paste onto your browser's window and then press enter, as I don't at this time have time to make them into click-able links.!v=FrsM9WggCdo&feature=related!v=39ZQVBCHAoo&feature=related!v=kMV2uEZ9nIM&feature=related!v=8dCxh1KACPI&feature=related!v=LtFXYvNIxws&feature=related!v=hqsh3KPOyzo&feature=related!v=VDyayfFnH90&feature=related!v=AQZNBkdxCMY&feature=channel!v=ZhODBFQ2-bQ&feature=channel!v=vE_aK81ouzI&feature=related

Entry #296

Private (Not Public), Do Not Read # 2

Why Beans Are the Best of All Proteins

Getting enough protein is increasingly challenging, as our usualsources are becoming more difficult to, well, swallow. Most chicken andred meat comes from a mere handful of suppliers who raise theirlivestock in terrible conditions, feeding them antibiotics andquestionable diets. Plus there's lots of evidence indicating that ameat-rich diet is too high in saturated fat. And many types of fish arecontaminated with mercury, PCBs or other toxins. What's a person to do?Quite simply, eat more of the humble, cheap and tasty bean.


I called nutritionist Suzanne Havala Hobbs, DrPH, MS, RD, from theSchool of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,to discuss the matter. Dr. Hobbs is definitely enthusiastic aboutbeans, calling them "almost a wonder food." Other than the well-knowndigestive issue (more on that in a minute), she tells me there isreally nothing negative she can say about beans. They rarely causeallergies and are full of nutrition including protein. Some of the mostpopular beans in this country are red kidney beans, pinto beans, blackbeans, navy beans, garbanzo beans, lima beans, and, in the South,black-eyed peas.

You may remember hearing that to complete the amino acid profile andmake their protein usable by the body, it was necessary to combinebeans with other foods, notably rice, at the same meal. Not true, saysDr. Hobbs. We now know that the body handles this by taking from allthe foods you eat over the course of a day, making beans on their ownan excellent source of protein. Even vegetarians and others who eatlittle or no meat or fish can get sufficient protein from about fiveservings a day, she says -- noting this isn't as much as it soundslike, about 2.5 cups. Beans are also an amazing source of solublefiber, terrific for helping to maintain healthy cholesterol and bloodsugar levels, says Dr. Hobbs. The usual daily recommended intake ofdietary fiber is from 20 to 35 grams. That's a lot of salad and othervegetables, but just one cup of pinto beans, for example, contains arobust 14 grams of fiber, more than half of what you should eat eachday.


As to that digestive issue, yes, it is possible to eat beans regularlywithout getting gas. Here is the secret -- start slow, with a fewspoonfuls a day, and build up gradually over a few weeks. Because manypeople don't get enough dietary fiber, they may have a "vigorousresponse" when they load up their plate with beans, since they are sohigh in fiber. In addition, starting slow allows the gut to moregradually build up the bacteria in the intestinal flora that help withdigestion of raffinose, a sugar that is found in beans and is anothercontributor to the "bean problem." Some people swear that taking aBeano tablet, or another product containing the digestive enzymealpha-d-galactosidase, before the meal, takes care of the problem, butothers find it no use at all. By starting slow, you should be able tocompletely avert the issue of to Beano or not.


People often wonder if canned beans are an acceptable substitute forbagged dried beans that require four to eight hours of soaking. Dr.Hobbs responds that it is really an issue of convenience. Most foodsare more nutritious eaten as close as possible to their natural state.But she says that the nutritional differences in canned and dried beansare marginal and if you prefer to reach for a can rather than prepareahead, you can rest easy. Do give canned beans a thorough rinse in acolander before you use them -- it gets rid of excess sodium. Also,soak dried beans overnight (some varieties, including soy, may requirelonger soaking periods, up to 24 hours) and be sure to change the waterseveral times -- this washes away and breaks down gas-causing particlesin addition to cleaning the beans and removing any impurities such astiny pebbles that make their way into the bag. Cooked beans will keepabout six months in the freezer and for up to five days in therefrigerator.

For people who enjoy cooking -- or for that matter eating -- beans arethe basis of a seemingly endless variety of dishes, limited only byyour imagination or selection of cookbooks. To make asouth-of-the-border dinner, Dr. Hobbs mashes pinto beans or uses wholeblack beans and adds them to rice, avocado slices, mashed sweetpotatoes and salsa and puts them in taco shells. For Cuban Black Beansand Rice, she says to sauté onions, celery and bell peppers, add fourcans of black beans, a bay leaf, cumin, oregano and lemon juice andcook for half an hour on top of the stove. Tuscans, whom other Italianscall "bean eaters," make a hearty winter soup with white cannellinibeans that simmer stovetop in chicken broth along with numerousvegetables. A colorful summer cold dish is made up of just black beans,chopped red peppers, corn, onions (optional) and cilantro stirredtogether with a light vinaigrette. Beans are excellent in any kind ofrice and in salads -- try navy beans sautéed with garlic and olive oil,finished off with lemon zest and placed on top of a pile of uncookedarugula. For even more ideas, Dr. Hobbs suggests visiting ethnicmarkets to learn more about the variety of beans used by differentcultures and the many interesting ways they are prepared around theworld.

Entry #295