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Girl, 3, eats leftovers for 2 days after mom dies

Saturday, November 5, 2011 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 0 comments

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A 3-year-old girl comforted herself with her favorite toy and ate cheese, leftover lasagna and milk for two days after her mother died unexpectedly in their New Zealand home.

The girl's uncle, Pete Silbery, told The Associated Press on Friday that Shylah Silbery managed to open the fridge and comfort herself with a teddy bear named "Possum" after Lauren Silbery, 28, died.

The family last spoke to Lauren Silbery on Oct. 19, he said. Two days later, they were worried enough to call a friend who lived near her Wellington home. The friend could see the girl inside the home, but not the mother, prompting the family to call police, Pete Silbery said.

Police coaxed Shylah to drag a coffee table to the door so she could reach the lock and unlock the door, before she told them, "Mummy won't wake up," Silbery said.

"I can only imagine her in there for that long, trying to wake Mum up as well," he said.

Shylah spent several days in a hospital recovering from dehydration and diaper rash.

"She's doing OK now. She's still bubbly," he said. "When we lowered the coffin into the grave at the cemetery, though, she pointed at it and said 'Mummy's in there.' It was pretty heartbreaking."


Photo By courtesy of family via The New Zealand Herald Fri, Nov 4, 2011

Authorities are awaiting the results of an autopsy but don't believe Lauren Silbery's death was suspicious, Wellington police spokesman Victoria Davis said.

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--Note: I just copied such article from Yahoo! Indeed, this is a heart-wrenching news! Little did the girl know that her mom is already dead. Hope God will help him all the time. :(

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Usual Flow of Sexual Intercourse

Friday, November 4, 2011 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 0 comments

HAHAHa. Warning: Explicit Content xD.

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.2 REAL CD serial keys

Thursday, November 3, 2011 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 9 comments

You don't have to download cracks from fake websites on the internet, just copy one of these serial keys and then paste on your LR Installer.
If your Lightroom is version 2.2, then you should go here. CLICK HERE.



1160-4619-1417-8842-6759-2138

1160-4723-6958-7923-6859-1510

1160-4609-3626-9982-2935-8664

1160-4601-9792-2555-6085-0047

1160-4240-4495-6746-8069-4609

1160-4923-0464-9984-3996-3745

1160-4186-2901-3414-2501-5012

1160-4930-4699-9173-5530-8637



-glenn

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Color funtion in Visual C++ and other non-Turbo C Compilers

Monday, October 31, 2011 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 0 comments

In Turbo C and Turbo C++, there are so many functions (colors, gotoxy and etc...) that you can't find in devC++ and other non Turbo Compilers. However, you can make your own function. Here:

For Colors:


void setcolor(unsigned short color)
{
HANDLE hcon = GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
SetConsoleTextAttribute(hcon,color);
}




Note that you should include a windows header in your source codes. By the way, you can use the system function, sorry I can't recall the codes but the codes above is much better because you can also change the background color of your program.

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gotoxy function in Visual C++ and Non-Turbo C Compilers

Posted by Glenn Von Posadas 4 comments

Here is my function:

Gotoxy function is really essential in designing your programs. So use it well!



void gotoxy(int x, int y) //for gotoxy--> gotoxy(x,y)
{
HANDLE hConsoleOutput;
COORD dwCursorPosition;
cout.flush();
dwCursorPosition.X = x;
dwCursorPosition.Y = y;
hConsoleOutput = GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
SetConsoleCursorPosition(hConsoleOutput,dwCursorPosition);
}

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