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    ExxonMobil ordered to make Montana pipeline ****more safe****


    One would think that a news site like CNN would have a good source of US graduates on their editor's dept???



    "more safe"????? Or "safer"!




    So much so for DR education to be "poor" huh!

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    Leave us alone with our multi billion pesos parking lots and concentrate more on you superb education system, which by the signs of a multi million company like CNN, needs to be "more" safe!

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    Typing Beats Scribbling: Indiana Schools Can Stop Teaching Cursive



    Who still writes in cursive?
    That age-old writing method you might never have used since fourth grade will no longer be taught in Indiana schools come fall, thanks to a memo from school officials. Instead, students will be expected to become proficient in keyboard use.
    Seems like a smart move as being able to type efficiently is a vital skill in today's world, as opposed to knowing how to write cursive, which — like being able to churn butter and knowing how to hitch a horse to a wagon — is no longer needed.
    But it might not mean the end of cursive entirely in the state. The directive from the state's Department of Education allows schools to decide for themselves whether to continue teaching cursive or disband the archaic practice altogether.
    NewsFeed has just one question: How will Indiana's students know how to sign their name?


    Read more: Typing Beats Scribbling: Indiana Schools Can Stop Teaching Cursive - TIME NewsFeed


    Hence no pencil, pens, notebook or rulers...

    TYPE! As in keyboards, as in laptops, as in CBTs...

    And the DR is somehow ignorant to afford students online learning?!?

    Think again! Just watch how the economic crunch in the US and Europe forces public education to drop teachers left and right!
    Watch how one teacher behind a smart board and camera, imparts students across the nation their next subject lessons!

    And the DR is somehow too poor and stupid to incorporate this into public education!?

    Think again! What you did in school is obsolete! As wells as more than 60% of what you learned there for today's real world!

    Watch and learn!

    Like I said before, the next batch of teachers is carrying out training overseas in the best institutions money can buy...

    Each year we send one more crew over and those that went earlier assist the new ones in assimilating into the training process...

    The UASD will begin transforming into a park and walk university campus, unlike today. And as much as you hate to hear this: Just like the SD Metro, the new parking for the UASD will be the best money can buy for the occasion! Secured, clean, green and most important of all, modular for the future...

    There's not one parking in the whole DR with the add-ons or offerings the new parking areas of the UASD will offer students and staff. None! For those hell bent in ridiculing the new parking areas, know one thing: Not even back home in your first world super power of a nation, you'll see this in a state funded university! That's for sure!

    Students can park and be 100% at peace that their vehicles will be there, untouched as they left them when they return. With 24 hours armed security, security cameras, audio recording in all floors, security lights, back ups, quake and floods proof, in facility amnesties, car trouble assistance, etc...

    Yes! You can surely and 100% built a cheaper parking lot than this one with half the cash, but sure like hell ain't going to be anything close to this! Just like the SD Metro system is a Rolls Royce compared to the NYC subway system that would stand like a model T ford 1900's...

    By the time the UASD sees all the stuff it's now getting built, what was there will be only history!

    Just like the DR is stamping out Credit Card and ATM scams and frauds, so too we'll change the education system from the top-down here!

    The E-money is not far behind in all of this and take my word for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Criss Colon View Post
    Thanks for that "Brilliant" "SPIN" Mister "P"!
    Everyone I know,who actually lives in the DR, NOT ATLANTA
    ,loves the "over/under passes".I have stated here many times,"great return,on a relatively small investment. Not like that $10,000 a spot parking garage at the UASD university in SD! WHAT IDIOT PLANNED THAT? Actually he was pretty smart!$5,000 per spot,$5,000 for his ''Amigos"!
    Please TRY and remember,this is "DR1"! I know it's hard for you,"up there" trying to talk like you live "HERE" but please try!

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    DRob's posts are "shovel ready". If I'm at Cedimat and want to go to Haina now I'll take "la Kennedy" with it's new "Elevados" and baja "la Luperon". Now if they can only build elevados on Luperon.

    If Hipolito wins we'll get an explosion of brutos in Yipetas.

    If 10 students cram into a carcaracha and park in the new "Parqueo de lujo" that lowers the cost per student to what... 80,000 pesos per student or about $2000 US? Amortize that over 5 years and the building will be falling apart and they can tear it down and build another one.

    I love this place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PICHARDO View Post
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    Typing Beats Scribbling: Indiana Schools Can Stop Teaching Cursive



    Who still writes in cursive?
    That age-old writing method you might never have used since fourth grade will no longer be taught in Indiana schools come fall, thanks to a memo from school officials. Instead, students will be expected to become proficient in keyboard use.
    Seems like a smart move as being able to type efficiently is a vital skill in today's world, as opposed to knowing how to write cursive, which like being able to churn butter and knowing how to hitch a horse to a wagon is no longer needed.
    But it might not mean the end of cursive entirely in the state. The directive from the state's Department of Education allows schools to decide for themselves whether to continue teaching cursive or disband the archaic practice altogether.
    NewsFeed has just one question: How will Indiana's students know how to sign their name?


    Read more: Typing Beats Scribbling: Indiana Schools Can Stop Teaching Cursive - TIME NewsFeed


    Hence no pencil, pens, notebook or rulers...

    TYPE! As in keyboards, as in laptops, as in CBTs...

    And the DR is somehow ignorant to afford students online learning?!?

    Think again! Just watch how the economic crunch in the US and Europe forces public education to drop teachers left and right!
    Watch how one teacher behind a smart board and camera, imparts students across the nation their next subject lessons!

    And the DR is somehow too poor and stupid to incorporate this into public education!?

    Think again! What you did in school is obsolete! As wells as more than 60% of what you learned there for today's real world!

    Watch and learn!

    Like I said before, the next batch of teachers is carrying out training overseas in the best institutions money can buy...

    Each year we send one more crew over and those that went earlier assist the new ones in assimilating into the training process...

    The UASD will begin transforming into a park and walk university campus, unlike today. And as much as you hate to hear this: Just like the SD Metro, the new parking for the UASD will be the best money can buy for the occasion! Secured, clean, green and most important of all, modular for the future...

    There's not one parking in the whole DR with the add-ons or offerings the new parking areas of the UASD will offer students and staff. None! For those hell bent in ridiculing the new parking areas, know one thing: Not even back home in your first world super power of a nation, you'll see this in a state funded university! That's for sure!

    Students can park and be 100% at peace that their vehicles will be there, untouched as they left them when they return. With 24 hours armed security, security cameras, audio recording in all floors, security lights, back ups, quake and floods proof, in facility amnesties, car trouble assistance, etc...

    Yes! You can surely and 100% built a cheaper parking lot than this one with half the cash, but sure like hell ain't going to be anything close to this! Just like the SD Metro system is a Rolls Royce compared to the NYC subway system that would stand like a model T ford 1900's...

    By the time the UASD sees all the stuff it's now getting built, what was there will be only history!

    Just like the DR is stamping out Credit Card and ATM scams and frauds, so too we'll change the education system from the top-down here!

    The E-money is not far behind in all of this and take my word for it!
    Will E-money arrive at the same time as 24/7 power for everyone?
    And smart guns as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PICHARDO View Post
    Leave us alone with our multi billion pesos parking lots and concentrate more on you superb education system, which by the signs of a multi million company like CNN, needs to be "more" safe!
    If you want to read mangled English try Dominican Today.

    ... so too we'll change the education system from the top-down here!
    OK - so the great plan was to give every school child a laptop and do away with all those troublesome schools. Why not apply the same logic to all those univerity students. Give them a lap top + the link to Wikipedia and instantly they know everything + they don't needd to visit UASD - so you can save on all those buildings and luxury car parks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by London_Calling View Post
    FYI I had a meeting with a couple of Brazilians today working on a Brazilian government sponsored project looking at the issues of accessibility and social inclusion, to provide an appropriate transport system for cities similar to Santo Domingo. Interestingly they didn't consider building a multi-storey car park next to a university as an appropriate solution or even evidence of moving forward. They actually had the nerve to suggest that transport by bicycle should also be considered!
    Quote Originally Posted by Criss Colon View Post
    They must really HATE Dominicans!
    You know why you rarely see Dominicans riding a Bicycle?
    Because in the DR,"You Ride a Bike,You DIE"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by London_Calling View Post
    So ..
    I wouldn't recommend cycling on an Expressway anywhere. But cycling is a viable alternative mode in many countires - Santo Domingo is relatively flat - perfect terrain. Cheap means of transport - perfect for students. What you would need are segregated tracks + suitable storage facilities + an education/publicity campaign.

    OMG...! riding a bicycle in santo domingo as a means of daily public transportation through the high traffic/population areas is the worst idea ever.

    I usually am only in the central city i venture out to los rios, and arroyo hondo every once in a while. I am a experienced motorcycle rider in the U.S. (in nyc) and i would never ride a motto or a bicyle in santo domingo's high traffic areas. This is one of those areas where culture over-rules practicality/logic. The roads are too jammed, and drivers are too agressive. They have to use amet at intersections because people dont respect traffic lights.

    Quote Originally Posted by London_Calling View Post
    I don't understand how a car park for this facility is a case of moving forward. How many students at the university can afford to run a car to get to the university. A country that was moving forward would invest in a safe and reliable public transport system so your average student could afford to get to the university.
    If you ever go through the USAD it is a huge parking lot. The streets are filled with parked cars. There arent just high school kids there going after high school(collegio) There is a big "commuter school" aspect to the school. many adults that go there part time after work and on weekends.

    while there are more problems like teachers not showing up for class, or teachers showing up and leaving 10mins into the class. Parking, student safety, and safety of your property should also be addressed for students. Who wants to go to a school where you have to dodge cars when walking in between classes. You cant park you car and expect to come back with out dents, scratches, broken mirrors and windows. Pollution on campus. To be honest Ive been through the school at certain times and it feels just as bad as lincoln or gomez with the traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    Will E-money arrive at the same time as 24/7 power for everyone?
    And smart guns as well?
    24/7 power is inevitable! Smart guns are inevitable!

    E-Money will only pause coming into use if the gov passes to the PRD, as this will erase their chances of building the new supra-millionaires club anew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLongBeach View Post
    OMG...! riding a bicycle in santo domingo as a means of daily public transportation through the high traffic/population areas is the worst idea ever.

    I usually am only in the central city i venture out to los rios, and arroyo hondo every once in a while. I am a experienced motorcycle rider in the U.S. (in nyc) and i would never ride a motto or a bicyle in santo domingo's high traffic areas. This is one of those areas where culture over-rules practicality/logic. The roads are too jammed, and drivers are too agressive. They have to use amet at intersections because people dont respect traffic lights.



    If you ever go through the USAD it is a huge parking lot. The streets are filled with parked cars. There arent just high school kids there going after high school(collegio) There is a big "commuter school" aspect to the school. many adults that go there part time after work and on weekends.

    while there are more problems like teachers not showing up for class, or teachers showing up and leaving 10mins into the class. Parking, student safety, and safety of your property should also be addressed for students. Who wants to go to a school where you have to dodge cars when walking in between classes. You cant park you car and expect to come back with out dents, scratches, broken mirrors and windows. Pollution on campus. To be honest Ive been through the school at certain times and it feels just as bad as lincoln or gomez with the traffic.
    You're trying to talk sense to two people that, in the lifetime, have yet to step one foot in the UASD campus!

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