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Garbage Collection And finalize() method In Java

You all know that an object is created in the memory using new operator. Constructor is used to initialize the properties of that object. When an object is no more required, it must be removed from the memory so that that memory can be reused for other objects. 979 more words


Running on Bin Night.....

So, its time to plan my running nights a little better.

Tuesdays and Thursdays are now out…

Its bin night in my area and its hard enough getting motivated to go for a run after work, but when there’s garbage trucks on every block picking up the bins and the sweet smell of bin juice hangs heavy in the air, its time to pack it in…. 8 more words


I hope Chicago progressives dirt nap that piece of sh*t Rahm Emmanuel

From here:

A newly confident progressive movement delivered a body blow to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Tuesday night—and is now gearing up for another knockout punch to what it derisively calls the…

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Sam’s Trashy Blog: Do You Recycle THIS?

Today’s UT San Diego had a quiz about trash; what we can and cannot recycle. I failed the test miserably. It turns out a lot of garbage I put in the… 199 more words


Looks like Bill O'Reilly has caught a case of double super-pumpedness

From here:

From The Times:

During a phone conversation, told a reporter for The New York Times that there would be repercussions if he felt any of the reporter’s coverage was inappropriate.

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That Overplayed Song On The Radio

There is always that one song on the radio that really shouldn’t be played.
You wonder just what the hell is the song even doing on the radio? 316 more words

This Blog Needs Music

Even Netanyahu's own Spooks know he's a lying warmongering bastard!

From the Guardian here:

Binyamin Netanyahu’s dramatic declaration to world leaders in 2012 that Iran was about a year away from making a nuclear bomb was contradicted by his own secret service, according to a top-secret Mossad document.

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