Intel invests in 28 future PSU grads

Intel invests in 28 future PSU grads

There are 20 comments on the The Oregonian story from Jun 23, 2009, titled Intel invests in 28 future PSU grads. In it, The Oregonian reports that:

Twenty-eight top science students from Vietnam arrived at Portland State University on Monday to begin two years of engineering studies paid for by Intel.

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crazy ox3thong

Bradenton, FL

#1 Jun 24, 2009
Moore Law still go fishing! Or ri gun lame Duck

:-0 Moore VCcon well come
REALs

Elora, Canada

#2 Jun 24, 2009
crazy ox3thong wrote:
Moore Law still go fishing! Or ri gun lame Duck
:-0 Moore VCcon well come
Why didn't anti-vc Viets oppose it or even stop it?
One more time I wouldn't mind to remind those oldsags that:
You are F. ALL to any society!
Get it? Oldbags!
Aahahhha!
crazy ox3thong

Bradenton, FL

#3 Jun 24, 2009
U r in Canadie^n! con nit' wi? go^ a` way` play! this' is US news! U r lonely?:-0~ wanna` cross the border. Obamass buy u some Fo ha`lo^i.

;-0
REALs

Elora, Canada

#4 Jun 24, 2009
crazy ox3thong wrote:
U r in Canadie^n! con nit' wi? go^ a` way` play! this' is US news! U r lonely?:-0~ wanna` cross the border. Obamass buy u some Fo ha`lo^i.
;-0
If you think this is spot for US, then I even like it MORE! To pee right in the faces of US bullshitters, that way they can not ignore it even if they want to! And if necessary, I can cover the whole page with REALs, one comment after the other in less than 3 minutes for each!
Ahaahha! Olsags, who would want to fking compete with oldsagS? Not me though, I am not that MEAN!
Just sometimes, poking them for fun!
I do cross the border everyweek, within 10 minutes I'll be right in downtown Detroit! Stupid! open your fking map and look where is windsor of Canada. In the weekend, Americans flooded our streets, I don't have to go nowhere to get US puzzi!
Aahahhaa!
crazy ox3thong

Bradenton, FL

#5 Jun 24, 2009
may` mad ro^i` ha?:-0 chu*a bo? xu*a? ha?:-0 get some milk ok fresh milk :-0 con nit' con` pu' thy? nui?:-0
REALs

Elora, Canada

#6 Jun 24, 2009
crazy ox3thong wrote:
may` mad ro^i` ha?:-0 chu*a bo? xu*a? ha?:-0 get some milk ok fresh milk :-0 con nit' con` pu' thy? nui?:-0
Only fresh milk from a big pair of water-melon can make me happy for sure!
When I was young I drank both cow milk and Mama milk.
When I grew up or to be a grown-up, I only drink fresh human milk either from girlfriend/wife!
That is how it keep me IMMUNE from sickness and bullshitting from evil bullshitters! If you want to FOOL me, here is the HINT:
Let me drink your wife milk if she got any,
Or your grown up daughters!
Aahahahha!
McMoore

Montréal, Canada

#7 Jun 24, 2009
crazy ox3thong wrote:
Moore Law still go fishing! Or ri gun lame Duck
:-0 Moore VCcon well come
Moore ??
crazy ox3thong

Bradenton, FL

#9 Jun 25, 2009
McMoore wrote:
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Moore ??
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =dXFxmkisCxUXX
Intel i7 + WinDOW = HO 7hoc.?:-0

ox'8' mucho DolLice$:-0 U think VNAirlice 4(777) can bring FED-note back to US or Uncle Sam recyle the McBenchi'minh :-0
McLu

Montréal, Canada

#10 Jun 25, 2009
crazy ox3thong wrote:
<quoted text>
Intel i7 + WinDOW = HO 7hoc.?:-0
ox'8' mucho DolLice$:-0 U think VNAirlice 4(777) can bring FED-note back to US or Uncle Sam recyle the McBenchi'minh :-0
Why left California ... Go to cafe o^m in Little SG ..mucho Xiao Long Nu

http://www.vietcyber.com/forums/showthread.ph...
crazy ox3thong

Bradenton, FL

#11 Jun 25, 2009
:-) 2AnhEm R xem same ?:-0
VCmaker bye vn

Chicago, IL

#16 Dec 31, 2009
A Hanoi court on Monday convicted former army officer Tran Anh Kim of "carrying out activities aimed at overthrowing the people's administration" and sentenced him to five-and-a-half years in prison. His "crime" was to post pro-democracy articles on his Web site. The presiding judge dubbed this a "violation of national security" under Article 79 of the penal code.

The verdict represents a serious backtrack on human rights. Hanoi last used "subversion" to repress peaceful dissent in 1988, when two Buddhist monks were convicted and sentenced to death for demanding religious freedom, until international protests forced the government to commute the sentences to 20 years in jail.

Mr. Kim's conviction is the first in a series of five trials of democratic reform supporters to come over the next few months, including that of Le Cong Dinh, an American-educated lawyer who has defended human-rights supporters and called for multiparty democracy. Like Mr. Kim, the four others were arrested this summer and charged with spreading antigovernment propaganda. They were formally charged last week with attempting to overthrow the state.

It's unclear why Vietnam's leaders are suddenly taking such a hard line against freedom of expression. Mr. Kim's conviction may simply be a panicked reply to an opposition gaining grassroots support. Or it may be an attempt to send a message to pro-reform cadres and unify the Party in advance of next year's National Congress.

Whatever the reason, Mr. Kim's conviction sends a clear message that despite Vietnam's aspirations to integrate more closely with the rest of the world through trade and political dialogue, it is still at root a deeply insecure and backward authoritarian regime. Its people, represented so bravely by Mr. Kim and other dissidents, deserve better.
vc maker wrote:
A Hanoi court on Monday convicted former army officer Tran Anh Kim of "carrying out activities aimed at overthrowing the people's administration" and sentenced him to five-and-a-half years in prison. His "crime" was to post pro-democracy articles on his Web site. The presiding judge dubbed this a "violation of national security" under Article 79 of the penal code.
The verdict represents a serious backtrack on human rights. Hanoi last used "subversion" to repress peaceful dissent in 1988, when two Buddhist monks were convicted and sentenced to death for demanding religious freedom, until international protests forced the government to commute the sentences to 20 years in jail.
Mr. Kim's conviction is the first in a series of five trials of democratic reform supporters to come over the next few months, including that of Le Cong Dinh, an American-educated lawyer who has defended human-rights supporters and called for multiparty democracy. Like Mr. Kim, the four others were arrested this summer and charged with spreading antigovernment propaganda. They were formally charged last week with attempting to overthrow the state.
It's unclear why Vietnam's leaders are suddenly taking such a hard line against freedom of expression. Mr. Kim's conviction may simply be a panicked reply to an opposition gaining grassroots support. Or it may be an attempt to send a message to pro-reform cadres and unify the Party in advance of next year's National Congress.
Whatever the reason, Mr. Kim's conviction sends a clear message that despite Vietnam's aspirations to integrate more closely with the rest of the world through trade and political dialogue, it is still at root a deeply insecure and backward authoritarian regime. Its people, represented so bravely by Mr. Kim and other dissidents, deserve better.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwwflickrcompute...
vc bass turd

Chicago, IL

#18 Dec 31, 2009
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwwflickrcompute...
VCmaker bye vn wrote:
A Hanoi court on Monday convicted former army officer Tran Anh Kim of "carrying out activities aimed at overthrowing the people's administration" and sentenced him to five-and-a-half years in prison. His "crime" was to post pro-democracy articles on his Web site. The presiding judge dubbed this a "violation of national security" under Article 79 of the penal code.
The verdict represents a serious backtrack on human rights. Hanoi last used "subversion" to repress peaceful dissent in 1988, when two Buddhist monks were convicted and sentenced to death for demanding religious freedom, until international protests forced the government to commute the sentences to 20 years in jail.
Mr. Kim's conviction is the first in a series of five trials of democratic reform supporters to come over the next few months, including that of Le Cong Dinh, an American-educated lawyer who has defended human-rights supporters and called for multiparty democracy. Like Mr. Kim, the four others were arrested this summer and charged with spreading antigovernment propaganda. They were formally charged last week with attempting to overthrow the state.
It's unclear why Vietnam's leaders are suddenly taking such a hard line against freedom of expression. Mr. Kim's conviction may simply be a panicked reply to an opposition gaining grassroots support. Or it may be an attempt to send a message to pro-reform cadres and unify the Party in advance of next year's National Congress.
Whatever the reason, Mr. Kim's conviction sends a clear message that despite Vietnam's aspirations to integrate more closely with the rest of the world through trade and political dialogue, it is still at root a deeply insecure and backward authoritarian regime. Its people, represented so bravely by Mr. Kim and other dissidents, deserve better. <quoted text>
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwwflickrcompute...
vc maker vn

Chicago, IL

#19 Dec 31, 2009
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwwflickrcompute...
VC maker bye vn wrote:
<quoted text>A Hanoi court on Monday convicted former army officer Tran Anh Kim of "carrying out activities aimed at overthrowing the people's administration" and sentenced him to five-and-a-half years in prison. His "crime" was to post pro-democracy articles on his Web site. The presiding judge dubbed this a "violation of national security" under Article 79 of the penal code.
The verdict represents a serious backtrack on human rights. Hanoi last used "subversion" to repress peaceful dissent in 1988, when two Buddhist monks were convicted and sentenced to death for demanding religious freedom, until international protests forced the government to commute the sentences to 20 years in jail.
Mr. Kim's conviction is the first in a series of five trials of democratic reform supporters to come over the next few months, including that of Le Cong Dinh, an American-educated lawyer who has defended human-rights supporters and called for multiparty democracy. Like Mr. Kim, the four others were arrested this summer and charged with spreading antigovernment propaganda. They were formally charged last week with attempting to overthrow the state.
It's unclear why Vietnam's leaders are suddenly taking such a hard line against freedom of expression. Mr. Kim's conviction may simply be a panicked reply to an opposition gaining grassroots support. Or it may be an attempt to send a message to pro-reform cadres and unify the Party in advance of next year's National Congress.
Whatever the reason, Mr. Kim's conviction sends a clear message that despite Vietnam's aspirations to integrate more closely with the rest of the world through trade and political dialogue, it is still at root a deeply insecure and backward authoritarian regime. Its people, represented so bravely by Mr. Kim and other dissidents, deserve better.
phan dong

Chicago, IL

#22 Jan 1, 2010
vc maker vn wrote:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/w wwflickrcomputer/2069972705/
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http://dog-meat.net/thit-cho/photos/89675355....

http://www.flickr.com/photos/bob_harlow/21654...

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ban nuoc

Chicago, IL

#23 Jan 1, 2010
vc bass turd wrote:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/w wwflickrcomputer/2069972705/
<quoted text>
http://dog-meat.net/thit-cho/photos/89675355....

http://www.flickr.com/photos/bob_harlow/21654...

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NVN777

Chicago, IL

#24 Jan 1, 2010
NVN777

Chicago, IL

#25 Jan 1, 2010
NVN777

Chicago, IL

#26 Jan 1, 2010
NVN777

Tarzana, CA

#27 Jan 2, 2010
NVN777 wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =BsgewPVyAhUXX&feature=rel ated
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Hey Chicago Rat, STOP stealing my screen name or else I'll send this lady to kick your face in. http://www.totalprosports.com/wp-content/uplo...
Get it old bag ?
NVN777

Chicago, IL

#28 Jan 2, 2010

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