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Faroe Islanders whaling, what a shame. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bernardo Ramos Duran   
Sunday, 14 June 2009 00:37

Whaling, a masacreThis protest message decries the killing of pilot whales in the Faroe Islands and includes a series of photographs that graphically depict this bloody slaughter. The message calls on Denmark, of which the Faroe Islands is a part, to stop the slaughter and urges recipients to pass on the message in order to raise awareness of the issue.

Last Updated on Sunday, 14 June 2009 01:39
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Sport hunting and fishing, the strong animal? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bernardo Ramos Duran   
Friday, 13 February 2009 18:30

Big Bear

The State of Alaska makes a living on big animal hunting, just for fun. 

In nature, predators usually go after the weakest of the prey – the oldest or youngest, the injured or ill. It makes sense; these animals are easier to catch, even if they’re not always the meatiest.

We humans are different. We’re often out to prove something, and so, with our fancy hunting or fishing gear, we go after the biggest and strongest animals – the trophy bucks with bigger horns, the bears with the best coats, or the biggest salmon or halibut.

Last Updated on Sunday, 15 February 2009 01:23
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Why do they care so much? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bernardo Ramos Duran   
Wednesday, 28 January 2009 03:46

Al GoreAlbert Arnold "Al" Gore, Jr. (born March 31, 1948) is an American environmental activist who served as the 45th Vice President of the United States from 1993 to 2001 under President Bill Clinton. He is an author, businessperson, Nobel laureate, and former journalist. Gore also starred in the 2006 documentary An Inconvenient Truth, which won an Academy Award in 2007.

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Last Updated on Saturday, 14 February 2009 23:27
 
Feed the hungry, yesterday. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bernardo Ramos Duran   
Monday, 09 February 2009 23:01

Hungry ChildIt was supposed to be a quick war and a cheap one. Five years later, 160,000 U.S. troops are still in Iraq. And the costs keep piling up - $12 billion every month.

The United States has poured more than $500 billion into Iraq, mostly for military operations. Because the money for the war is being borrowed, interest payments could add another $615 billion. A heavily depleted military will have to be rebuilt (Why?) at a cost of $280 billion. Disability benefits and health care for Iraq war veterans, many of them severely injured, could add another half-trillion dollars over their lifetime.

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 February 2009 23:26
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Dear Georgie PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bernardo Ramos Duran   
Saturday, 31 January 2009 03:51

George W BushIf I had to summarize my thoughts about George W Bush in one sentence, it would look like this: Give a moron a cannon, and he thinks he's right.

I think he likes it!

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 February 2009 23:28
 
Take a closer look at him PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bernardo Ramos Duran   
Wednesday, 28 January 2009 21:06

David SuzukiDavid Takayoshi Suzuki (born March 24, 1936), is a Canadian science broadcaster and environmental activist. Since the mid-1970s, Suzuki has been known for his TV and radio series and books about nature and the environment. He is best known as host of the popular and long-running CBC Television science magazine, The Nature of Things, seen in syndication in over 40 nations. He is also well known for criticizing governments for their lack of action to protect the environment.

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Last Updated on Saturday, 14 February 2009 23:27
 
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I'm taking a moment to write something trivial that might help me a bit. In one direction useless and in another of a bit of help. And it goes like this,

Bernardo knows that if Bernardo types the name Bernardo several times in this text, though it might seem silly, Bernardo gets a better spot on Google Search when someone does a search for Bernardo.

But that's not fair you might say. Hey Bernardo didn't make the rules, Google did. Bernardo is just trying to make the best of it.

Now you might think, why would anybody do a search for Bernardo? Well, this Bernardo here who owns the domain names "bernardoduran.com" and "bernardoramosduran.com" has found out that serveral other Bernardo are kind of prominent and well known for either something they do or make, a place given name, and even a dog's breed.

So poor me, just Bernardo, is having hard time to show up on Google's first page when someone types Bernardo, thus making it harder for Bernardo's message to reach the masses trying to compete with all these already acomplished Bernardo of the world like: Bernardo sandals; Rancho Bernardo; San Bernardo; Paul Bernardo - the killer; Bernardo Provenzano - Italian mobster.. and on and on.

This Bernardo is hoping that by writing a paragraph or two about Bernardo himself, Bernardo would get the recognition Bernardo deserves, or the recognition Bernardo thinks Bernardo deserves, putting Bernardo ahead of the other Bernardo.

 

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