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Whenever I dance with you alone …item 3b.. The Rolling Stones Goats Head Soup Full Album (August 1973) — “Angie” …item 4.. FSU News – Alison Christie: Not defined by disability (Feb. 9, 2014) …
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Martha Wisbey, the director of the Student Disability Resource Center, said that Christie had a tremendous amount of support throughout the incident. She added that Christie is an inspiring and courageous example to others.
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… message header for item 1. … Ron White a/k/a Tater Salad

I didn’t marry my wife for looks, and you shouldn’t either. In a few years, if her boobs start to sag too much, there’s a place you can go to and they’ll lift ’em right back up to where they were.

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…..item 1)…. Ron White a/k/a Tater Salad …

And you can point the nipple in any direction. Hell, you can go to a titty bar, pick out a set of titties and say "I want those titties on that woman right there." If she gets too fat and don’t wanna work it off, you can get a tummy tuck.

They’ll give you a belly that looks like a cheerleader.

If your eyesight starts to go bad, you can get Lasik surgery and they can give you 20/20 vision at any age.

If your hearing starts to fail, they’ll put a little device in your ear that makes you hear as good as when you were born.

But let me tell you something folks- you can’t fix stupid.

There’s not a pill you can take. There’s not a class you can go to.

Stupid is fo-evah. …..Ron White…a/k/a Tater Salad.
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……item 2)…. FSU professor recycles wireless technology …

… FSU News … www.fsunews.com

FSU News / section / News … www.fsunews.com/section/NEWS

6:57 PM, Sep. 23, 2012

Written by
LAYNI CASE
Contributing Writer

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FSU News Campus

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Imagine never having to pay for Internet again. Imagine retaining your wi-fi signal a mile away from your apartment. These are the possibilities with FSU Professor Zhenghao Zhang’s Wireless Communications project for which he recently won a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation. The CAREER award will fund Zhang with 0,883—all of which he will use to buy the appropriate equipment to set up and test his research.

Researching at FSU, Zhang will work with what he calls “TV white-space” to create a cheaper wireless communication network that is supposed to run at comparable speeds to the current wireless communications technologies today.
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img code photo … FSU Professor Zhenghao Zhang

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“TV white-space is basically what the TV stations use,” Zhang said. “In total, I think there are 30 to 40 TV stations in Tallahassee, but we probably have only 10 stations active and the remaining bands are assigned to TV stations but are not actually used.”

He explained the frequency of the TV white-space is lower than those of 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi, allowing it to travel further distances, providing a more reliable service.
“Wi-Fi has a wavelength of 2.4 gigahertz and doesn’t travel very far—3G/4G phones are usually located in the 800-900 megahertz range so it can travel farther,” Zhang said. “This new TV white-space is even lower in frequency than the 3G/4G so it will travel an even longer distance and then it also means that it will require less power.”

What makes this new technology so inexpensive is no license is required to use the white-space; Zhang simply needs permission from the FCC to use the unused channels for academic purposes.

“Companies like Sprint and Verizon probably use tens of billions of dollars to buy five megahertz of spectrum, but with the TV white-space in Tallahassee, there are at least 30 megahertz of free frequencies that can be used for high speed telecommunication,” Zhang said.

According to Zhang, the fundamental technology would take one to two years to develop.

Then, it would take another few years for the interface technology to be mass produced in computers and cellular phones with Internet capability, but it is a plausible technology to look forward to in the future.

Once initial testing has been done and the equipment tweaked, he plans to set up a system of 10 white-space channels to test out on FSU’s campus testing for user satisfaction and to understand how it functions in a real world setting.

“I’m pretty confident that this is a good technology,” Zhang said.
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…..item 3a)…. Goats Head Soup … From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia …

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goats_Head_Soup

Goats Head Soup is the 11th British and 13th American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1973. It featured the song "Angie", which went to #1 as a single in the US and top 5 in the UK
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…..item 3b)…. youtube video … Goat’s Head Soup – Rolling Stones (2009 Re-Master) FULL ALBUM …

… 47:01 minutes …

www.youtube.com/watch?v=UE7vsJoLL5U

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Published on Dec 23, 2013
Rolling Stones Goats Head Soup UMG 2009 Re-master……Brilliant

00:00 Dancing With Mr. D
04:53 100 Years Ago
08:52 Coming Down Again
14:48 Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
18:17 Angie

22:51 Silver Train
27:19 Hide Your Love
31:32 Winter
37:03 Can You Hear The Music
42:35 Star Star

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— corinne Wycliffe … 4 days ago

I love this album! I remember commuting from the bay area to LA to see my boyfriend and blasting the cassette tape down I-5. Most of my favorite Stones songs actually have Keith Richards singing lead vocals!! I saw him solo in 1988 at a small venue in Oakland, CA. I love Tattoo You too!

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***** All songs by Mick Jagger and Keith Richard.
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You can’t say we never tried
Angie, You’re beautiful
But ain’t it time we said goodbye
Angie, I still love you
Remember all those nights we cried?
All the dreams we held so close
Seemed to all go up in smoke
Let me whisper in your ear
Angie, Angie
Where will it lead us from here?

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…..item 4)…. Alison Christie: Not defined by disability …

… FSU News … www.fsunews.com/

FSU News / section / News … www.fsunews.com/section/NEWS

Student hit by car overcomes obstacles through strong FSU support systems
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img code photo … FSU student Alison Christie

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After getting hit by a car, FSU student Alison Christie fractured her tibia in two places and shattered the meniscus in her knee in 13 places, leaving her temporarily handicapped for twelve weeks. / Photo courtesy of Alison Christie

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Staff Writer @Bhl11Lyons

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FSU News Life

Feb. 9, 2014 |

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Last semester, Alison Christie was walking with a friend through a crosswalk on campus when a car sped around the corner and hit her, throwing her across the street to the other sidewalk. The car sped off. After taking an ambulance to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, Christie had several CAT scans and X-rays done.

“That night at 2 a.m. in the trauma bay of the hospital, I found out that I had fractured my tibia in two places, and shattered the meniscus in my knee into thirteen pieces,” Christie said. “The doctors told me my knee had suffered such severe trauma, I needed knee surgery to put it back together like a puzzle. I would not walk for at least twelve weeks.”

Christie was at TMH for twelve days before being transferred to a special rehabilitation hospital where she was taught how to get around on crutches and in a wheelchair, as well as how to do normal things on her own while being temporarily handicapped. Christie then started physical therapy to build muscle back up in her leg. She says her recovery process is still ongoing.

“As I cannot put weight on my leg, I have therapy in a small pool,” Christie said. “It has been very hard to get to classes and doctors’ appointments, but my friends have been amazing. They push me to my classes, and my professors have been very understanding.”

Christie found support from the Student Disability Center, which she said helped her finish out her fall semester and transition back to school this semester. According to Christie, the center aided her by setting up classroom accommodations, writing letters to her professors explaining her situation and helping her take her final exams in her hometown.

“Before my accident, I had no idea what the Disability Center did; now I realize firsthand what an asset they are to our university,” Christie said. “Along with my friends going out of their way to help me get around, the FSU community has been very helpful as well. Our campus is difficult to navigate in a wheelchair, and the hills are rough for crutches. Wherever I am on campus, students offer to help me get somewhere, hold doors open for me and help me to my seat. This just proves to me that I go to the best university in the country and that our students really care about each other.”

Martha Wisbey, the director of the Student Disability Resource Center, said that Christie had a tremendous amount of support throughout the incident. She added that Christie is an inspiring and courageous example to others.

“Alison was a woman who was able-bodied and as a result of a traumatic car accident she experienced the life of a person with a disability,” Wisbey said. “She has had to work hard to regain the use of her legs and to return to her former life. As a result of her experience, she can reflect on how much we take for granted and how much we do not know about the life of a person with a disability.”

According to Christie, when someone doesn’t have a disability or know someone close to them with a disability, they generally don’t think about it very much.

“I’ll admit I was like this too,” Christie said. “However, being thrust into this situation, I can tell you how hard it is. Being just temporarily disabled has shown me how others live every day. And I know now that the rest of the world understanding disabilities is important to those people living with them.”

For those who are interested in helping out, Wisbey said that the SDRC is always open to volunteers. In addition, Wisbey said that one way that students can make a difference is by offering to be note takers for their peers who need additional support.

“Last spring, SGA senators walked the campus and looked for curb cuts, bus stops, accessible entrances and other architectural barriers or accessible places on campus,” Wisbey said. “This type of help assisted us in identifying where we can do a better job for creating a campus for all persons who are members of this campus community.”

Another way that students can help out is simply by being understanding of the lives of those around them.

“Weird looks and stares are not appreciated—we know you are wondering why we are in a wheelchair, or why we look a certain way,” Christie said. “Understand that those who are disabled are just like everyone else—that we just happen to be in a wheelchair, and don’t need to be stared at. We notice. Disabilities do not make a person. We all have imperfections, so don’t call attention to the ones you can see.”

Christie said that her life is definitely different now, citing her difficulties with getting around and the anxiety that she feels around traffic. She admitted to feeling nervous when she crosses the street, and that she doesn’t like when she sees drivers who aren’t paying attention.

“As for my knee, it will recover completely, but never be the same,” Christie said. “I have numbness that extends into my shin that I will have for the rest of my life, and I have a much higher risk for painful arthritis earlier in life. I have two long scars on either side of my knee where two metal plates were put in. These will fade, but not completely.”

Through this incident, Christie said that she has learned a lot about medical terms and hospitals, but mostly she has just learned more about herself.

“My body and emotions had never been tested like this before, and I know now that I can get through hard times in one piece, more or less,” Christie said. “I know now that my friends will not abandon me when it’s easier for them, but stay with me when I’m an emotional and physical wreck. I can be brave when I need to be, and stay strong though my fears.”
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