Competition for admin in LS

Competition for admin in LS

**Competition for admin in   LS PUBLIC  SERVER

*Name:  Pjeter
*Nick:  c0d3
*Age:  20
*How many hours can you stay active in server:  24/7
*Admin other server:  NO
*Can you stay every night spectator:  YES

**Competition countinue to 23.09.2015

[ LS – Staff ]. GL & HF


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Mobile phone use while driving, including talking on the phone, texting, or operating other phone features, is common but controversial. It is widely considered dangerous due to distracted driving. Being distracted while operating a motor vehicle has been shown to increase the risk of accidents. In September 2010, the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that 995 people were killed by drivers distracted by cell phones. In March 2011 a US insurance company, State Farm Insurance, announced the results of a study which showed 19% of drivers surveyed accessed the Internet on a smartphone while driving. [149] Many jurisdictions prohibit the use of mobile phones while driving. In Egypt, Israel, Japan, Portugal and Singapore, both handheld and hands-free use of a mobile phone (which uses a speakerphone) is banned. In other countries including the UK and France and in many U.S. states, only handheld phone use is banned, while hands-free use is permitted.

A 2011 study reported that over 90% of college students surveyed text (initiate, reply or read) while driving. [150] The scientific literature on the dangers of driving while sending a text message from a mobile phone, or texting while driving, is limited. A simulation study at the University of Utah found a sixfold increase in distraction-related accidents when texting. [151] Due to the increasing complexity of smartphones, this has introduced additional difficulties for law enforcement officials when attempting to distinguish one from another usage and drivers using their devices. This is more apparent in countries which ban both handheld and hands-free usage, rather than those which ban handheld use only, and officials can not easily tell which function of the mobile phone is being used simply by looking at the driver. This can lead to drivers being stopped for using their device illegally for a phone call when, in fact, they were using the device legally, for example, when using the phone’s incorporated controls for car stereo, GPS or satnav.

A 2010 study reviewed the incidence of mobile phone use while cycling and its effects on behavior and safety. [152] In 2013 a national survey in the US reported the number of drivers who reported using their cellphones to access the Internet while driving had risen to nearly one of four. [153] A study conducted by the University of Illinois examined approaches for reducing inappropriate and problematic use of mobile phones, such as using mobile phones while driving. [154]

Accidents involving a driver being distracted by talking on a mobile phone have begun to be prosecuted as negligence similar to speeding. In the United Kingdom, from 27 February 2007, motorists who are caught using a hand-held mobile phone while driving will have three penalty points added to their license in addition to the fine of £ 60th [155] This increase was introduced to try to stem the increase in drivers ignoring the law. [156] Japan prohibits all mobile phone use while driving, including use of hands-free devices. New Zealand has banned hand-held cellphone use since 1 January 2009. Many states in the United States have banned texting on cell phones while driving. Illinois became the 17th American state to enforce this law. [157] As of July 2010, 30 states had banned texting while driving, with Kentucky becoming the most recent addition on February 15. [158]

Public Health Law Research maintains a list of distracted driving laws in the United States. This database of laws provides a comprehensive view of the provisions of laws that restrict the use of mobile communication devices while driving for all 50 states and the District of Columbia between 1992, when first law was passed through December 1, 2010. The dataset contains information on 22 dichotomous, continuous or categorical variables including, for example, regulated activities (eg, texting versus talking, hands-free versus handheld), targeted populations, and exemptions.

Competition is, in general, a contest or rivalry between two or more organisms, animals, individuals, economic groups or social groups, etc., for territory, a niche, for resources, goods, for mates, for prestige, recognition, for awards, for group or social status, or for leadership and profit. It arises whenever at least two parties strive for a goal which cannot be shared, where one’s gain is the other’s loss (a zero-sum game).

Competition occurs naturally between living organisms which co-exist in the same environment.[1] For example, animals compete over water supplies, food, mates, and other biological resources. Humans usually compete for food and mates, though when these needs are met deep rivalries often arise over the pursuit of wealth, power, prestige, and fame.

Competition is often considered to be the opposite of cooperation, however in the real world, mixtures of cooperation and competition are the norm.[2] Optimal strategies to achieve goals are studied in the branch of mathematics known as games theory.

Competition is also a major tenet of market economies and business It is often associated with business competition as most companies are in competition with at least one other firm over the same group of customers. Also competition inside a company is usually stimulated with the larger purpose of meeting and reaching higher quality of services or improved products that the company may produce or develop.
Competition can have both beneficial and detrimental effects. Many evolutionary biologists view inter-species and intra-species competition as the driving force of adaptation, and ultimately of evolution. However, some biologists disagree, citing competition as a driving force only on a small scale, and citing the larger scale drivers of evolution to be abiotic factors (termed ‘Room to Roam’).[3] Richard Dawkins, prefers to think of evolution in terms of competition between single genes, which have the welfare of the organism ‘in mind’ only insofar as that welfare furthers their own selfish drives for replication (termed the ‘selfish gene’).

Some social darwinists claim that competition also serves as a mechanism for determining the best-suited group; politically, economically and ecologically. Positively, competition may serve as a form of recreation or a challenge provided that it is non-hostile. On the negative side, competition can cause injury and loss to the organisms involved, and drain valuable resources and energy. In the human species competition can be expensive on many levels, not only in lives lost to war, physical injuries, and damaged psychological well beings, but also in the health effects from everyday civilian life caused by work stress, long work hours, abusive working relationships, and poor working conditions, that detract from the enjoyment of life, even as such competition results in financial gain for the owners.
Competition within, between, and among species is one of the most important forces in biology, especially in the field of ecology.

Competition between members of a species (“intraspecific”) for resources such as food, water, territory, and sunlight may result in an increase in the frequency of a variant of the species best suited for survival and reproduction until its fixation within a population. However, competition among resources also has a strong tendency for diversification between members of the same species, resulting in coexistence of competitive and non-competitive strategies or cycles between low and high competitiveness. Third parties within a species often favour highly competitive strategies leading to species extinction when environmental conditions are harsh (evolutionary suicide).

Competition is also present between species (“interspecific”). When resources are limited, several species may depend on these resources. Thus, each of the species competes with the others to gain access to the resources. As a result, species less suited to compete for the resources may die out unless they adapt by character dislocation, for instance. According to evolutionary theory, this competition within and between species for resources plays a significant role in natural selection. At shorter time scales, competition is also one of the most important factors controlling diversity in ecological communities, but at larger scales expansion and contraction of ecological space is a much more larger factor than competition.[3] This is illustrated by living plant communities where asymmetric competition and competitive dominance frequently occur.
Game theory is “the study of mathematical models of conflict and cooperation between intelligent rational decision-makers.”[5] Game theory is mainly used in economics, political science, and psychology, as well as logic, computer science, biology and poker.[6] Originally, it mainly addressed zero-sum games, in which one person’s gains result in losses for the other participants.

Game theory is a major method used in mathematical economics and business for modeling competing behaviors of interacting agents.[7] Applications include a wide array of economic phenomena and approaches, such as auctions, bargaining, mergers & acquisitions pricing,[8] fair division, duopolies, oligopolies, social network formation, agent-based computational economics,[9] general equilibrium, mechanism design,[10] and voting systems;[11] and across such broad areas as experimental economics,[12] behavioral economics,[13] information economics,[14] industrial organization,[15] and political economy.

This research usually focuses on particular sets of strategies known as “solution concepts” or “equilibria”. A common assumption is that players act rationally. In non-cooperative games, the most famous of these is the Nash equilibrium. A set of strategies is a Nash equilibrium if each represents a best response to the other strategies. If all the players are playing the strategies in a Nash equilibrium, they have no unilateral incentive to deviate, since their strategy is the best they can do given what others are doing

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    Andi 9 years

    *Emri: Andi
    *Nick: CAKEbuilder
    *Mosha: 14
    *Sa mundesh me ndejt aktiv: Mas ores 1 Muna me hi en swr ,
    *Admin ne server tjeter: JO
    *A mundesh me lon spec naten: ME Raste

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      admin 9 years

      Ju lutem postoni edhe facebook tuaj , nese zgjdhei ta kemi edhe facebook tuaj 😀

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        Elfat 9 years

        *Emr: Elfat
        *Nick: Splatt
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        *Sa munesh me ndejt aktiv : Mas ores 3 Muna me hi ne srw
        *Admin ne server tjeter: Jo
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        Bardhi 9 years

        *Emri: Bardhi
        *Nick: CIA
        *Mosha: 16
        *Sa mundesh me nejt aktiv: Mas ores 1 muna me hi en srw
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        *A mundesh me lon spec naten: Me Raste

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        rei 9 years

        *Emri: Ray
        *Nick: Babalja
        *Mosha: 18
        *Sa mundesh me ndejt aktiv: 24/7
        *Admin ne server tjeter: JO
        *A mundesh me lon spec naten: ME Raste

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    DoomYT 9 years

    *Sa mundesh me ndejt aktiv:6 or qdo dit
    *Admin ne server tjeter: Jo
    *A mundesh me lon spec naten: Jo 🙁


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    Endrit 9 years

    Emri Endrit
    nick Battousai
    mosha 17
    aktiv muj me nejt 7 -8 or
    Jom kon admin ma heret edhe kom pas server temin po sjom mo edhe skom
    Gjith naten muj me lon spec qdo dit (veq kur nalet rryma jo)

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    *Emri: Erind
    *Nick: strongii
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    *Sa mundesh me nejt aktiv: Sa tmuj mashum se 6-7 or muj psej o
    *Admin ne srw tjeter: Jo
    *A mundesh me lon spec naten: Me Raste

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    *Admin ne srw tjeter:Jo
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    Bleron 9 years

    Mosha:15 VJET
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    FreshManny 9 years

    Emri : Blend
    Nick : FreshManny
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    *Emri: Muhamed
    *Nick: Maxx.
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    *A mundesh me lon spec naten: 24h

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    une e qova po tash

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    ne te motres se skam fb rbishe n lika

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    Ste[P]eR 8 years

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    Arber. 8 years

    *Emri : Arber
    *Nick : N0th1ng
    *Mosha : 17
    *Sa munesh me nejt aktiv : prej ores 22:00 deri ne 7:00 tmegjesit gjdo’ dit
    *Admin ne srw tjeter :Jo
    *A munesh me lon spec naten : Po
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