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|Education / Re: FG Pays N200b To CBN For ASUU by The Arbiter: 3:36pm On Dec 04|
ASUU Strike: Presidency lied against ASUU, By Nasir Fagge
The letter from the Government, signed by Dr. Mac John Nwaobiala, was delivered at ASUU National Secretariat on 6th November, 2013. ASUU had made it clear to Government through the Minister of Education, and at the meetings held with Government’s representative, that our Union does not have an EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT who has the power to decide for the Union on crucial matters, including and especially on trade disputes and strikes. Similarly, the internal democracy of our Union does not permit the Principal Officers to make decisions on Union matters of trade disputes without advice from the National Executive Council. Allowing branches to meet, advise and take positions is the only way we know how to run a democratic organisation.
2. The content of ASUU’s reply
Here is the relevant portion of ASUU’s reply to government’s letter, as contained in Union’s letter of 22nd November, 2013 signed by Nasir F. Isa, President of ASUU:
“On behalf of NEC I hereby convey the Union’s appreciation of the expressed concern of Your Excellency to bring an end to the crisis occasioned by the poor implementation of the 2009 Agreement and the 2012 Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) arising therefrom through your personal intervention.
NEC would have taken a definitive decision on ending the strike, especially in view of Your Excellency’s intervention but for certain uncertainties, the clearance of which would have been decisive in making the relevant decision. These uncertainties involve issues on which ASUU members nationwide have strong feelings. They are about certain gaps evident in Government’s report as presented to our Union.
Specifically, our members are requesting that Your Excellency facilitates the resolution of the issues as a way of concretising their understanding of the agreed positions. This will involve the following:
(a) That the N200 billion agreed upon as 2013 Revitalisation Fund for public universities shall be deposited with the CBN and disbursed to the benefitting universities within two weeks.
(b) That the renegotiation of the 2009 Agreement in 2014 be included in the final document as agreed at the discussion with Your Excellency.
(c) That a Non-victimisation clause which is normally captured in all interactions of this nature be included in the final document and
(d) That a new Memorandum of Understanding shall be validly endorsed, signed by a representative of government, preferably the Attorney General of the Federation and a representative of ASUU, with the President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) as a witness.
Your Excellency please be assured that the Union is willing to do all that is needful to resolve the lingering crisis as soon as the expressed observations of our members are addressed.
Yours in the struggle
Naisr F. Isa, Ph.D
|Software/Programmer Market / Gamemaker Studio Standard Edition Is Free For A Limited Time by The Arbiter: 7:45am On Nov 27|
By Russ Boswell
Source Link here
Have you ever wanted to design a game? It's a difficult process, just ask anyone who has ever stepped foot into the business, but that doesn't mean you should give up on your dreams of porting something to the masses. There are a lot of useful tools out there that can help you breath life into your gaming ideas, but some of them will set you back quite a bit, and some are complex and difficult to maneuver.
GameMaker Studio from YoYo Games is not a traditional tool, but is instead an easy-to-use program that can help you quickly create two-dimensional Indie-style games. The best part? You can get it for free.
You're not going to crank out a AAA-title with this creator, but you'll "get a feel" for game design, and you can have a fully-functioning game within weeks according to the company's website. This is a great place to learn the process, and there are hundreds of tutorials online that can help you use GameMaker like a pro.
GameMaker Studio: Standard Edition would normally set you back around $50, but YoYo Games is giving would-be developers a free copy of their popular tool for a "limited time." To get yours, you'll need to go to the following page and download the free edition of the software. Once downloaded and installed, a box will pop up asking you which "update stream" you want to use. Choose the beta stream, and let the program update itself. Once it's all finished you'll be able to upgrade to the Standard Edition, and will be sent an activation code.
We don't know exactly how long this offer will be around, so be sure to secure your copy ASAP.
|Politics / Re: Whats Your Motivation And Inspiration For Voting President Jonathan? by The Arbiter: 4:20pm On Oct 04|
This is definitely not a campaign thread. If i were a moderator, i would have censored your statements and that of @Dike Chimezie. Isn't there a motivation or inspiration that made millions of youths to vote for the current President in office?
Thats what i'm interested in learning.
|Politics / Re: Whats Your Motivation And Inspiration For Voting President Jonathan? by The Arbiter: 3:58pm On Oct 04|
And what if i may ask would be the motivation or inspiration for the enmasse voting; governance deliverables or raw emotions like @donphilopus.
Did any youth in this country really vote based on subjective governance deliverables or just sentiments?
|Politics / Re: Whats Your Motivation And Inspiration For Voting President Jonathan? by The Arbiter: 3:49pm On Oct 04|
Don't be hasty in jumping to conclusions. I'm being objective here and not taking sides. Speak reason and many will be willing to listen. Why not convince me to see things your way with arguments devoid of abuse. The contents of the thread speaks for itself.
donphilopus: i bet you that most of the people that voted him in then regretted voting for him.
|Politics / Re: On the Dangerous Gulf Emerging Amongst Nigerians by The Arbiter: 3:10pm On Oct 04|
Government of the people, for the people, by the people.
|Politics / Re: Whats Your Motivation And Inspiration For Voting President Jonathan? by The Arbiter: 2:55pm On Oct 04|
An interesting perspective. While not all leaders are politicians, most politicians are leaders in their own right. But what about gonvernance deliverables. Any expectations? It seems all the views so far with the exception of @abuayman have any focus on deliverables as a yard stick of governance.
Dike Chimezie: Interesting question indeed.
|Politics / Re: Whats Your Motivation And Inspiration For Voting President Jonathan? by The Arbiter: 2:50pm On Oct 04|
You are the first dissenting voice. Hmmm, your reasons seem far-fetched. If he were prone to wrong decisions won't it have been obvious to the electorate. Anyways, its just one (your) opinion. Lets see what others have to say.
donphilopus: The reason why i didn't vote him and will not vote for him is because he takes the wrong decision, he can't differentiate between good and bad.
|Politics / Re: Whats Your Motivation And Inspiration For Voting President Jonathan? by The Arbiter: 1:23pm On Oct 04|
Good looks are assets to politicians all over the world. As a matter of fact most politicians are good looking. So you were enamored by his looks and not governance deliverables. Interesting.
egift: Because he have an innocent look face and a smile of deception to go with it. Is that good enough?
|Politics / Re: Whats Your Motivation And Inspiration For Voting President Jonathan? by The Arbiter: 12:03pm On Oct 04|
A reasonable motivation. But Rome was not built in day (4give the adage). Surely projects of such magnitude require time to implement. With the university as u say, you are one satisfied voter.
abuayman: All state will have a federal university and domestic airport but up till now, my state Kogi is still there without airport, at least the University is there sha
Was that statement made before the elections? Its a reasonable motivation for voting if i may say.
kokoA: "Terrorist attacks happen everywhere in the world, Nigeria is not an exception..." And "we are on top of the situation"
|Politics / Re: Whats Your Motivation And Inspiration For Voting President Jonathan? by The Arbiter: 11:47am On Oct 04|
Do you imply ur motivation is none other than to have a non-northerner as president. So if things go good or bad you are indifferent? A very interesting perspective.
demmie1: anti-northern sentiments.
Good governance in what aspect? Kindly explain what your expectations were?
slimming: For good governance
|Webmasters / Re: 53rd Independence Day Ebook Request Galore by The Arbiter: 10:47am On Oct 04|
@ Ayam Kay
Your download links have been up for 15hrs (since 8pm yesterday). They will expire after the next 9hrs.
|Politics / Re: Federal Government Is Broke-adams Oshiomhole by The Arbiter: 10:37am On Oct 04|
Fractious politics aside. Its becoming highly probable that Nigeria could be broke. Billions in bugdet arrears to states, Oil theft, strikes over money/unpaid salaries (ASUU, ASUP,etc), expensive bokoharam war, etc. It takes no brainer to realize money could be short. The sooner it sinks into the thick skulls of Nigerians the better.
|Politics / Whats Your Motivation And Inspiration For Voting President Jonathan? by The Arbiter: 10:19am On Oct 04|
Watching the verbal tussles on Nairaland for and against President Jonathan is sometimes apalling. But governments the world over have never been (generally) much loved even after they were overwhelmingly elected by voters.
But one aspect is undeniable, election campaigns grants access and insights into the aspiring candidates unlike everyday experiences. You listen to speeeches and debates which motivates and inspires you to vote for the candidates.
It would be nice to hear from Nairalanders which, of President Jonathan's speeches, debates and policies inspired and motivated them to vote him during the last election.
It will offer an insight into whether the verbal dissafection is from failed promises by the President or just impatience for the changes promised.
Please lets be civil; no vulgar language or abuse.
|Programming / Re: Help On Database Management System For A Hospital : Urgent by The Arbiter: 1:55pm On Oct 03|
For Open Source software check out this page:
Take a look at this one on Sourceforge:
Check this link for a review of some open source alternatives:
Download and test the softwares. You might just find one that fully or partially meets your needs.
|Webmasters / 53rd Independence Day Ebook Request Galore by The Arbiter: 1:38pm On Oct 03|
To mark the 53rd independence day celebrations, i have promised to provide access to ebooks as much as i can.
Post any title (It can be different from the sample titles below) you need and i shall provide the ebook, if available, as an encrypted download within 36 hours of request from my locker. The download link will be valid for 24hrs only.
Beginning JSP, JSF and Tomcat: Java Web Development
Botnets: The Killer Web App
The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference
Cost Estimation Techniques for Web Projects
Even Faster Web Sites: Performance Best Practices for Web Developers
GIS for Web Developers: Adding Where to Your Web Applications
HTML5 for Dummies Quick Reference
Sams Teach Yourself HTML5 Mobile Application Development in 24 Hours
C++ Primer Plus
C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design: From Problem Analysis to Program Design
C++ Timesaving Techniques for Dummies
Flash CS6: The Missing Manual
Ivor Horton's Beginning Visual C++ 2012
LabVIEW: Advanced Programming Techniques
Visual Basic 2012 Programmer's Reference
The ebook size must not exceed 100MB for the request to be honored.
Book Title (it could be different from the above list).
Subject Area (if i dont get the exact title i may get a substitute in the subject same area).
Email: For the download link and password.
|Webmasters / Moderator, Why Was This Post Censored? by The Arbiter: 1:14pm On Oct 03|
Excuse my asking; is this forum not meant to be a medium for sharing knowledge and information?
If yes, then what justifies the censorship of this post?
It says a spambot banned and censored when the contents are a far cry from the infractions stated in the posting rules.
|Webmasters / Salted Password Hashing - Doing It Right by The Arbiter: 12:32am On Sep 30|
Found this interesting read. Decided its a better read on the original website. Enjoy.
If you're a web developer, you've probably had to make a user account system. The most important aspect of a user account system is how user passwords are protected. User account databases are hacked frequently, so you absolutely must do something to protect your users' passwords if your website is ever breached. The best way to protect passwords is to employ salted password hashing. This page will explain how to do it properly.................................
Page link here: https://crackstation.net/hashing-security.htm
|Science/Technology / Re: Where Can I Purchase Liquid Nitrogen? by The Arbiter: 5:37am On Sep 15|
Nope. I meant it will be available but expensive. You can get it around the Lagos and Portharcourt areas if you do a little asking around. The Nigerian navy and some oil/gas companies require regular supplies for their activities. I just dont have exact info on any supplier.
The last straw is for you to import it from abroad if all else fails.
|Science/Technology / Re: Blog closed by Author. by The Arbiter: 9:40am On Sep 14|
The notion is absurd.
Firstly, you will never find any recipe for it on the internet. The 9/11 attack prompted an aggressive take down by NSA/FBI of all web content that even attempts to transfer such knowledge to terrorists.
Secondly, i would advise against any attempt to experiment. It is fraught with danger and the possibility of loss of life.
Thirdly, The ingredients required for such a misadventure are not easy to come by. You can make a rocket banger but solid rocket fuel is something else. There about 3 Nigerian scientists in 3 universities in Nigeria currently working to develop such capability but funding is lacking from the government.
Lastly, the best you can do is to order solid fuel rocket hobby kits from abroad (which might not pass Nigerian customs) if you need to impress anyone. Trying to reverse engineer the fuel formula is not possible after it has been mixed and cured.
|Science/Technology / Re: Where Can I Purchase Liquid Nitrogen? by The Arbiter: 9:13am On Sep 14|
I recall a company called air liquide supplies universities and hospitals about 15yrs ago. Not sure if the company still exists now. There is also a local company in the Lagos area but cant recall the name. Most of the Nitrogen gas used in Nigeria is imported and for specialist uses hence the difficulty in getting it.
Encoredme: A friend of mine needs liquid nitrogen for experimental purposes. He's been all over Google to find out where he can get it in Nigeria, but all to no avail. So does anyone have an idea of where to get it?
|Politics / Re: Pictures Of Borno & Yobe From A JTF Nairalander. by The Arbiter: 2:21pm On Sep 11|
I commend your enthusiasm in sharing with us. The second and third topics in your post were issues i have raised on twitter.
I must however point out a few security details you should observe to safeguard your anonymity and safety. It is no secret that every military command detests unofficial communications to the outside. I am assuming that you are posting incognito (to hide your identity). If i am wrong in this assumption then you may disregard the following comments.
Try to compress and resize your photos before you post them. Not doing so exposes some details which may be used to physically trace you. As an example i was able to obtain the following info from your pics (I deliberately obscured exact details):
Camera type: S********
Camera Model: DSC-**200
Camera Time: ***/***/2014 03:19:08 (You wrongly configured the date to 2014 but the exposure is consistent with time recorded)
Now it would be very easy to narrow down with due diligence the camera used and subsequently you if necessary. Endeavour to use picture utillities like
1. Exiftool (to check embedded info in pictures) or
2. Irfanview (It compresses and also can remove embedded info in pics. It has exiftool in it)
I pray you and your colleagues survive and reap the fruits of yout service to the fatherland
|Politics / Is President Goodluck Jonathan Really An Ijaw? by The Arbiter: 7:37am On Aug 03|
I came across the intersting write up below which i couldn't resist sharing. It is not meant to cast aspersions but encourage discussions on the multi-ethnic character and identities of Nigerians and the struggle for power and recognition within existing dominant ethnic identities.
What’s REALLY President Goodluck Jonathan’s Ethnic Group? By Farooq A. Kperogi, Ph.D.
The magnitude of ignorance that Nigerians have of each other is truly astounding. For me, the most exasperating ignorance that pervades Nigeria is what I call Nigeria’s tripodal ethnic reductionism, which is the infuriatingly ill-informed notion that every Nigerian is—or should be— either Hausa, or Yoruba, or Igbo. The unanticipated rise of Dr. Goodluck Jonathan—who is neither Hausa, nor Yoruba, nor Igbo— as Nigeria’s president has ruptured this simplistic narrative.
But I have seen a growing tendency in Nigeria to call him “a Niger Delta,” “a Niger Delta man,” or simply “a Niger Deltan.” That is a farrago of nonsense. There is no Nigerian ethnic group called “Niger Delta.” That’s the name of a geographic region, and it is peopled by a multiplicity of ethnicities. To describe someone’s ethnicity by a facile geographic label is to partake in a thoughtless erasure of that person’s elemental identity.
People who don’t suffer the lack of cognitive complexity that makes it difficult to imagine a Nigeria outside the three major ethnic groups know and say that Goodluck Jonathan comes from the Ijaw ethnic group, reputed to be the most populous ethnic and language group in Nigeria’s deep south. But is President Jonathan really Ijaw?
Well, he is not. He comes from an ethnic and language group called Ogbia (also sometimes referred to as Ogbinya), that numbers a little over 266,000, according to the 2006 census. The Ogbia people are found mainly in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. The headquarters of their local government is also called Ogbia, which was built from the scratch by the Ogbia Brotherhood in 1972 as “a centre to unify all Ogbia people.”
The Ogbia language, apparently, isn’t a dialect of Ijaw, as many people have been misled to suppose. It is, in fact, mutually unintelligible with Ijaw, according to Professor Mobolaji E. Aluko, Vice Chancellor of the Federal University Otuoke, whose mother is Ijaw. (Otuoke is President Jonathan’s hometown).
While Ijaw belongs to the Atlantic-Congo branch of the Niger-Congo language family, Ogbia belongs to the Central Delta subphyla, but historians say the ancestors of the Ogbia people most likely migrated from present-day Edo State. Plus, Ogbia has its own dialects, which are all mutually intelligible, according to Ethnologue. They are Agholo (or Kolo), Oloibiri, and Anyama. As anybody who’s familiar with Nigeria’s oil exploration history would know, Oloibiri is the location of Nigeria’s first ever commercially viable oil well in 1956. Isaac Adaka Boro, the originator of Niger Delta militancy, was also from Oloibiri. It seems like, in this part of Nigeria, place and language names are one and the same.
Anyway, all evidence points to the fact that Ogbia, President Jonathan’s native language, isn’t Ijaw, nor is it even Ijoid, that is, it is not like, derived from, or related to Ijaw—like Kalabari, Dame Patience Jonathan’s language, is. It also turns out that some Ogbia people resent being classified as Ijaw. I recently happened on an online rant by a person named Agoro Eni-yimini that captures this sentiment. In a short post titled “EPIE AND OGBIA ARE NOT IJAW AND CANNOT BE IJAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,” he wrote: “The diversity of languages spoken in Bayelsa State is an indication that it is a state composing of [sic] many nationalities. It is a falsehood of the greatest order for anyone to claim that Ijaw is an umbrella body of so many languages.” He said Ogbia and Epie people (apparently, Epie is another Edoid language in Bayelsa) are “miles apart in culture and language” with the Ijaw and concluded that “any Epie or Ogbia man that [calls] himself an Ijaw is a fool and his ancestor will be sad.”
Well, if President Jonathan is Ogbia, why is he often called an Ijaw? I don’t know for sure, and no one seems to have grappled with this question. But I suspect that we can blame it on the lingering legacies of colonialism. It’s a well-known fact that because British colonialists couldn’t deal with all the labyrinthine messiness of our ethnic complexity, they arbitrarily grouped divergent people and encouraged them to cherish a fictive collective identity. This was done purely for colonial administrative convenience. That’s how the Yoruba identity was born. That’s how notions of Igboness as a collective identity emerged. That’s how Hausa became the lingua franca of the north. And that’s how Nigeria’s tripodal ethnic reductionism came about.
Of course, we all know that unlike northern and western minorities who accepted Hausa and Yoruba as their lingua franca (with the exception of Benue and Edo people who resisted Hausa and Yoruba respectively), ethnic minorities in Nigeria’s deep south resisted learning or identifying as Igbo. So the colonialists chose to construct a hitherto non-existent collective Ijaw identity and encourage smaller, even if unrelated, ethnic groups to belong to it. That’s how Ogbia, an Edoid people, became Ijaw.
But as we saw from the online rant I quoted above, Ogbia people are now asserting their identity. They are calling attention to their ethnic and linguistic singularities. For instance, in an August 8, 2009 lecture titled “Need for a Renaissance of the Contemporary Ogbia Society” at the Annual General Meeting of the Ogbaka Club of Ogbia, a Dr. Edmond A. Allison-Oguru who teaches agricultural economics and rural sociology at the Niger Delta University, recalled the struggles of early Ogbia nationalists whom he said worked hard to compel colonial administrators to excise Ogbia-speaking people from the then Southern Ijaw Native Authority to the Ogbia Native Authority in 1951, a mere 9 years before independence. He also lamented the loss of pride in and ownership of Ogbia language and culture in contemporary times.
Now, here is the rub: in spite of all the struggles for Ogbia self-definition and reassertion, in all of his official documents, including his CV, President Jonathan, Ogbia’s most prominent citizen, self-identifies as “Ijaw.” Why? Well, although someone said “any Epie or Ogbia man that [calls] himself an Ijaw is a fool and his ancestor will be sad,” I don’t think it’s fair to call the president “a fool” on account of his (inaccurate) self-identification.
I think he is merely a victim of the politics of identity in Nigeria. Nigerians have inherited and internalized the unsophisticated rendering of their ethnic complexity that their British colonial overlords bequeathed to them. Most official documents dating back to the colonial period have wrongly classified Ogbia as a “dialect” or “clan” or “subgroup” of Ijaw. And the president probably speaks fluent Ijaw, so he figured that it’s easier for him to say he is Ijaw than to say he is Ogbia and then have to spend time explaining to people who the Ogbia are.
|Science/Technology / Re: NASA Scientists Finds Message From God On Planet Mars by The Arbiter: 3:00am On Jul 20|
Nigerians are so gullible. Believe this and you will believe anything.
Pray hard it becomes a reality in 2015; if the Mars rover doesn't break down before then.
Aeolis Mons , also unofficially known as Mount Sharp, is a mountain on Mars. It forms the central peak within Gale Crater and is located around 5.08°S 137.85°E, rising 5.5 km (18,000 ft) high from the valley floor. It is feature ID 15000.
Curiosity (the Mars Science Laboratory rover) landed in "Yellowknife" of Aeolis Palus, next to the mountain, on August 6, 2012. NASA named the landing site Bradbury Landing on August 22, 2012. Aeolis Mons is a primary goal for scientific study. On June 5, 2013, NASA announced that Curiosity will soon begin a 8 km (5.0 mi) journey from the Glenelg area to the base of Aeolis Mons. The trip is expected to take nine months to a year with stops along the way to study the local terrain.
|Politics / Re: Welcoming Ceremony For President Jonathan In China (Pictures) by The Arbiter: 5:28pm On Jul 10|
A final closure to the contentious issue of protocol which started on this thread
and culminated in this current thread. The Communist Party of China's reception protocols are outlined below:
Simplified welcoming protocol was observed when Chinese President Hu Jintao's plane landed at the Andrews Air Force Base in Washington D.C. on Monday.
It is quite noticeable and unusual not to see passionate crowds waving welcoming banners when the president's plane landed at 11:00 local time (1600 GMT) on Monday.
Coming out of the cabin at 11:03 local time (1603 GMT), it took the president only five minutes to finish hand-shakes with American officials, Chinese ambassador to the United States and other welcoming guests and leave the base.
Explaining to Xinhua reporters on the simplified protocol, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Cui Tiankai said: "With the consent of the central government, welcoming and seeing-off ceremonies organized by Chinese embassies and consulates for Chinese leaders' overseas visits will be simplified."
According to the new protocol, which was first applied to Hu's visit, overseas Chinese would not be organized to welcome or see off visiting Chinese leaders, demonstrating a people-oriented and pragmatic working style, said Cui.
In fact, such decision is another forward step to simplify China's diplomatic protocol since the reform and opening-up policy was adopted in late 1970s.
Since 1978, the site for welcoming foreign dignitaries has been moved from the airport to the square outside the east gate of the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, and no more welcoming crowds were organized.
Since the 1980s, no more reciprocal banquets were held during Chinese leaders' overseas visits.
Since 1991, seeing-off and welcoming-back ceremonies for Chinese leaders' foreign visits have been moved from the airport to the Great Hall of the People. And in 2003, both ceremonies were abolished.
Huang Keqiang, chairman of Lin Zexu Foundation in the United States, said: "The simplification of the ceremonies, instructed by President Hu, is so considerate that it makes all of us feel warm."
Zhu Lichuang, president of the New York Chinese Associations Alliance, said overseas Chinese could express patriotism through a variety of ways, and they were encouraged by each step of progress of China.
Wang Jun, head of the U.S.-based China Tomorrow Education Foundation, also hailed the simplification of ceremonial procedures of the Chinese president's visit.
"It demonstrates China's mentality of keeping pace with the times and being pragmatic and open. I am proud of it," Wang said.
Simplified protocol was also seen when Li Changchun, a member of the Standing Committee of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, arrived the same day in Germany's Dresden to start his six-nation tour.
|Nairaland / General / Re: Happy Birthday To Me! by The Arbiter: 2:21pm On Jul 30, 2012|
Many happy returns Seun.
Wish you many more years of happiness and lofty achievements.
But where is the cake?
|Webmasters / Chrome Narrowly Wins Web Browser Grand Prix by The Arbiter: 8:59am On Jul 08, 2012|
Tom's hardware recent examination of Windows 7 web browsers. Nine months have passed since the last completely Windows 7-based Web Browser Grand Prix.
It involves a test system running Sandy Bridge-based chip and a Radeon HD 7770. The top five browsers, tested and ranked are Chrome, Firefox, IE9, Opera, and Safari.
The Overall test scores is shown below. Access the whole test results here :http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/windows-7-chrome-20-firefox-13-opera-12,3228.html
Final Windows 7 WBGP Champion Results
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