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In order to stem the leak, tape should be employed effectively due to its strong adhesive qualities.
» Posted By Ian On 03.25.2009 @ 6:39 am
A scarf can warm against wind and cold. Isadora Duncan was strangled by her scarf caught in the wheels of her car
» Posted By Ian On 07.18.2008 @ 1:24 am
well, it gets right round my neck, it chokes, it hampers, it gets trapped in the door, so i take it off, roll it firmly and replace it in the cupboard.
» Posted By ian On 07.17.2008 @ 12:04 pm
I get two thoughts in my mind one is a warm sooly item warn around your neck it gives me thoughts of snow falling
The other is junk food as in scarfing down junk food
» Posted By Ian On 07.17.2008 @ 8:49 am
there is nothing logical about a black hole. if space and time cease to exist in the singularity, then what does exist? if nothing can exist, how can there be nothing? nothing itself, logically, is something. there must be something for nothing to exist, and if there is nothing, is there ever absolute nothingness? there cannot be. there cannot be something so bleack, such an outlook is very frightening, because absolute nothingness is horror.
» Posted By ian On 09.11.2009 @ 4:12 pm
I wanted things to go smoothly today. I wanted them to, but they didn’t. Want is a terrible thing – expectations don’t always live up to the expectation. Is it wrong to want?
» Posted By Ian On 09.08.2009 @ 11:35 am
collars were made for ties – neck ties, bow ties any kind of tie you like. And they keep your head in place – so all in all a very important invention. honestly.
» Posted By Ian On 09.06.2009 @ 11:51 am
you know the gogn reminds me of my parents because they always refrence the gogn show and that makes me kinda miss then=m and kinda mad could that be a phycological problem i wonder if it has anything to do with my mom i usally hate her cause she’s mean
» Posted By Ian On 08.18.2009 @ 1:31 pm
in the age of dinoaur4s the toast is king. pumpkins are soldiers and trees are gods. obey the trees. or perish in a firey lake of hate and despair. AHHH MOTHERLAND!!! do it! now. the king demands it
» Posted By Ian On 08.11.2009 @ 11:05 am
Georgia has always seemed incredibly humid, but really all the American southeast is the same way. Not only does the humidity linger around like that guy outside of the gas station, it really is a character of its own.
» Posted By Ian On 08.03.2009 @ 9:59 am
When I recieved a free Palm Treo, I thought it was godsend. However, upon opening it, I found that it was shattered in a million pieces and I could ot find the warranty! I didn’t know what to do!
» Posted By Ian On 07.16.2009 @ 6:50 pm
Spaces: infinite emptiness, awaiting something to fill the void. Of their souls? Or are they truly empty, devoid of faith and god? What are these heathen places? Heaths? Upon which to meet Macbeth?
» Posted By Ian On 03.02.2009 @ 2:10 pm
The leaves dried up, crumbled. Tear falls down boy’s cheek. Mother is at it again. The sixth man tonight.
» Posted By Ian On 02.24.2009 @ 6:04 pm
So I went to the store to find a double-A battery for my mouse and when I got there, there were too many to choose from, so I had a chance to browse around. As I was browsing, I saw the typical other batteries, like triple-A, 9-Volt, etc. But then I saw this new one called a Quadruple-A, and I still, to this day, have no idea where you’d even use one of those. It’s smaller, and I can’t imagine a device that would take it. Maybe something I don’t want to know about.
» Posted By Ian On 04.09.2009 @ 10:44 pm
wow totally missed the sp starled episode part two. step dad was recordin some shit and i wanted to watch it. i was kinda pissed. so i went online to see if i could watch it but i couldnt find it and when i did the damn think wouldnt load so i said fuck it
» Posted By ian On 11.05.2008 @ 2:01 pm
there was a distinct lack of it. there was a distinct lack of anything at the scene – save for the disturbing presence of one dead henry.
» Posted By ian On 10.02.2008 @ 9:37 pm
wanting to go wanting to lead wanting is nothing useless because getting is transitory and then it is finished. what should i want why should i want
?? i don’t and it’s scarring me. wanting to know
» Posted By ian On 08.29.2008 @ 2:24 pm
I want you.
I want fudge.
I want you dipped in fudge.
I want to stick my d*** in you.
I want to stick my d*** in fudge.
Don’t you want me to?
» Posted By Ian On 08.27.2008 @ 8:55 pm
The Village is a movie often criticized for being dull, or pointless, or even a movie that “lies” by its openin shot. A major theme in it however is deception, the importance of deception, and how we decive ourselves in our own deception. Thus, justified.
» Posted By Ian On 08.14.2008 @ 6:04 pm
It reminds me of walking down by the river as a child where I saw children throwing bread to the ducks, it makes me feel happy and hark back to a time when the world was always sunny and dreams were alive and always to be gone for.
» Posted By ian On 09.28.2008 @ 10:51 am
I don’t know what the heck that is, oh, I thought it said Freatherhead, I thought that would have been cool though. Like A head, that was from a feather. I think I’m done
» Posted By Ian On 09.27.2008 @ 4:49 pm
i see purple triangles upon purple triangles. bits of yellow, black circles upon green stalks. how desolate? how dangerous? yuck.
» Posted By ian On 09.11.2008 @ 4:22 pm
that’s where you belong. in a field of green with all the birds and bees flying through the air. if you are quiet enough, you may also see some deer grazing in the field. bring a blanket and a loved one, with some food and have a picnic on a beautiful day.
» Posted By Ian On 09.11.2008 @ 1:26 pm
The brick sat atop the wall without the slightest fear of falling off. His friends were loaning him all the courage he needed. With one last inhalation he stood up and jumped.
» Posted By ian On 09.07.2008 @ 8:50 am
» Posted By Ian On 09.06.2008 @ 7:57 pm
i threw a ball and i loved it. is that so cliche, yes, is suppose so. especially now that it is summer. but isn’t that part of the part of the majesty of throwing, of flight, that it has become an archetypal action, innate.
» Posted By ian On 09.01.2008 @ 3:36 pm
I was waiting at the train station. As usual. She was late. As usual. Just when I was about to head for the exit and leave, she came rushing through the crowd, big smile on her face and juggling two huge suitcases. Finally.
» Posted By ian On 08.31.2008 @ 4:02 am
I think that they are hugely overrated. After all how often do I get to the end of a meal and find that I haven’t used it at all. But they look nice folded into origami before the meal!
» Posted By Ian On 06.17.2008 @ 5:29 am
to go out on the bike and ride around the park, into town, see friends, to watch the washing go round on the next cycle…
» Posted By Ian On 05.23.2008 @ 5:25 am
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Mastery is the opposition of slavery. Become a master of a skill a craft and so the master of your destiny.
» Posted By ian On 04.21.2008 @ 7:37 am