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He looked down at his watch, then at his shoes, then met the gaze of his wife. He could tell she was disappointed in him, he only wished he could undo everything he said the night before.
» Posted By Danny On 12.06.2016 @ 11:12 pm
Armor is used to protect yourself from other dangers in the world, if you get penetrated with your armor you will die, the weapon will go through your armor and protection and leave you vunerable, this can be also linked to yourself, you start off with a strong piece of armor, then when someone comes along and hurts your inner self, that’s penetrating your armor. This is armor.
» Posted By Danny On 07.16.2016 @ 2:13 pm
The elm tree was spruce coloured, and I visited it every day of my life. It made me happy to see the remaining tree, as it danced in the breeze. Everything was perfect. Until they chopped all of the trees down. Now this elm tree was the only one left. I missed the other trees, and running with my family through them. But now the trees were gone, and so was my family. I miss it, I miss it all.
» Posted By Danny On 05.03.2016 @ 1:31 pm
Why is still stuck on this word -____- maybe if I submit this it’ll give me the option of a new word?
» Posted By Danny On 11.02.2015 @ 12:33 pm
There are lots of words that relate or the same meaning to goods. For example, like respectful or kind. Goods also relates to a person or people that are kind. Goods are opposite of bads. This word means skilled or great at something that you or another person are great at it like having responsibilty.
» Posted By danny On 03.08.2015 @ 1:21 pm
round, green, sort of, don’t like, Pop. Italy, persistence, oil, patience,
» Posted By Danny On 12.30.2014 @ 8:55 am
Oak is such a hard wood. It’s kind of like certain people who have this hard exterior. Difficult to finish and make smooth. However, when it’s all said and done, oak can have one of the best finishes of any of the wood family. I wish I was like that!
» Posted By Danny On 11.18.2014 @ 11:35 am
I remember trying to sand the rough edges of that oak table my grandfather had left for me following his untimely death.
No matter how hard I worked on smoothing out the edges, I just couldn’t make it seem to work. I was frustrated.
Our relationship wasn’t the best, and maybe in some strange twist of fate, this oak table was trying to tell me that it was too late. Too late to make things right. Too late to listen.
My grandfather was right, and I was too stubborn to look past his rough exterior to see that he was right.
» Posted By Danny On 11.17.2014 @ 6:58 pm
What i stood for was justice,
a tiny sliver of it,
taken by laying down
with woman after woman
and standing up for my ineptitude.
» Posted By Danny On 09.30.2014 @ 6:25 pm
Alone by the water wondering
“what could have brought me here so suddenly”.
then there she was,
laden with muck and slime and pond leavings, growings,
she was that lady spoken of in myth.
The sword bearing mistress of hallowed legend,
and she had come,
not to make me a king,
but to take from me all that was what I am,
to impale me upon my own dysfunction.
» Posted By Danny On 09.30.2014 @ 6:22 pm
To the left to the left, everything you owe me the box to the left. In my closet, that’s my stuff. Yes if I bought it, please don’t touch! Don’t touch.
» Posted By Danny On 04.28.2014 @ 5:59 pm
I needed support from my best friend- well my ex-best friend. He wasn’t going to forgive me for what I’d did and I don’t blame him. He had every right to be mad at me.
» Posted By Danny On 03.29.2014 @ 2:23 am
I am a veteran at this video game. I know every cheat code and level off by heart. But why do I find it so hard when I’m stuck in the video game with no way out?
» Posted By Danny On 03.26.2014 @ 8:42 am
I am very selective as to which biscuit to choose. I should’ve picked the custard cream instead of the jammie dodger otherwise this wouldn’t have happened.
» Posted By Danny On 03.24.2014 @ 9:53 am
This situation was easily avoidable. It all started with me handing in a late homework assignemnt. if I had done that homework it will never have happened.
» Posted By Danny On 03.22.2014 @ 10:23 am
I was at the forefront of this discovery. I could change mankind and start world peace. I was only 13 so this was a breakthough. I be famous for a lifetime. A Anti-aging pill.
» Posted By Danny On 03.17.2014 @ 1:20 pm
the prophet told of this great man coming in and saving the world from certain doom. I didn’t know it was going to be me. I’m nothing, got nothing and yet I’m the prophet. it’s weird.
» Posted By Danny On 03.16.2014 @ 1:17 pm
his personality was weird. I like weird. he was a geek like me trapped in the same situation, not knowing how to get out. We were trapped together if we got out we might not seen each other again.
» Posted By Danny On 03.16.2014 @ 6:02 am
There was a box. It was shaking. I opened the box. Inside was a puppy. I always wanted a puppy. Somehow I think that this puppy isn’t like the others. It has a dark secret which I will find out when it’s too late
» Posted By Danny On 03.02.2014 @ 3:35 am
I once got a Birthday present which was wrapped in about thirty sheets of wrapping paper and was then put into boxes of ascending sizes until I received what looked like a huge present… Actually, as it turned out I when all the layers were peeled off, It was a beautiful gold watch! It was a very long and drawn out process, but as you can imagine, well worth the anticipation and the effort. I will never forget that present as long as I live. In fact, I’m still wearing it to this day!
» Posted By Danny On 07.10.2013 @ 10:05 am
Man. Love. Wife. Bond. Promise. Forever. Commitment. Life. Hard. Together. Duo. Grow old together, New life.
» Posted By Danny On 02.04.2013 @ 6:15 pm
What are the knows. Who knows this? who knows that? I followed a man who said he knows once. But what did he know. I now know that.
» Posted By Danny On 12.22.2012 @ 5:55 pm
That to which we have no access as contingent cognizers in the world of appearances. That to which we feel as though we have complete understanding
» Posted By Danny On 12.02.2012 @ 11:46 am
yourself and others. curiosity, nature, ego, (to a certain extent.) hunger, love
» Posted By danny On 11.19.2012 @ 1:17 pm
Sometimes people don’t care about other people as much as they care about themselves and that’s okay because that’s what you have to do on occasion. You have to care about yourself more than you care about other people.
» Posted By danny On 11.09.2012 @ 7:48 am
This fear. It humbles me into the ground. This fear. Of what? Even the word “afraid” says nothing else but the expression of fear. But what is there to fear? Should one be fearful in the first place? +
» Posted By Danny On 09.23.2012 @ 7:01 pm
A tower is a tall structure, usually taller than it is wide, often by a significant margin. Towers are distinguished from masts by their lack of guy-wires.
Towers are generally built to take advantage of their height, and can stand alone on the ground, or as part of a larger structure or device such as a fortified building or as an integral part of a bridge, the term also denoting a raised structure on a ship or other vehicle. Towers have been used by mankind since prehistoric times. The oldest known may be the circular stone tower in walls of Neolithic Jericho (8000 BC). Some of the earliest towers were ziggurats, which existed in Sumerian architecture since the 4th millennium BC. The most famous ziggurats include the Sumerian Ziggurat of Ur, built the 3rd millennium BC, and the Etemenanki, one of the most famous examples of Babylonian architecture. The latter was built in Babylon during the 2nd millennium BC and was considered the tallest tower of the ancient world.
Some of the earliest surviving examples are the broch structures in northern Scotland, which are conical towerhouses. These and other examples from Phoenician and Roman cultures emphasised the use of a tower in fortification and sentinel roles. For example, watchtower elements are found at Mogador from the first millennium BC, derived from Phoenician or Carthaginian origins. The Romans utilised octagonal towers as elements of Diocletian’s Palace in Croatia, which monument dates to approximately 300 AD, while the Servian Walls (4th century BC) and the Aurelian Walls (3rd century AD) featured square ones. The Chinese used towers as integrated elements of the Great Wall of China in 210 BC during the Qin Dynasty. Towers were also an important element of castles.
Another well known tower is the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Pisa, Italy built from 1173 until 1372. The Himalayan Towers are stone towers located chiefly in Tibet built approximately 14th to 15th century. 
Up to a certain height, a tower can be made with the supporting structure with parallel sides. However, above a certain height, the compressive load of the material is exceeded and the tower will fail. This can be avoided if the tower’s support structure tapers up the building.
A second limit is that of buckling- the structure requires sufficient stiffness to avoid breaking under the loads it faces, especially those due to winds. Many very tall towers have their support structures at the periphery of the building, which greatly increases the overall stiffness.
A third limit is dynamic; a tower is subject to varying winds, vortex shedding, seismic disturbances etc. These are often dealt with a combination of simple strength and stiffness, as well as in some cases tuned mass dampers to damp out movements. Varying or tapering the outer aspect of the tower with height avoids vibrations due to vortex shedding occurring along the entire building simultaneously….. also a song by Bon Iver.. great song!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! listen to it, also also, twin towers destroyed by the government. revolution.
» Posted By danny On 09.11.2012 @ 8:03 pm
twin towers were destroyed on 911, today, because the government of the united states of america, decided that it was time to invade iran, aghanistan, etc… in order to take over the oil fields there, and to slowley strip the rights away from the american people
» Posted By danny On 09.11.2012 @ 8:00 pm
I love music, it’s great and this tool given to us through many years of science and progression has helped many people, as well as me, to encounter and experience it.
» Posted By Danny On 09.08.2012 @ 8:12 pm
Back To Stats Page
The sheer madness of a tumultuous, crowded, smelly, hot, sweaty place. Something’s happening. Anything’s happening. It’s all happening.
The rapid, mad movements of life, of love, of sheer, bloody madness and bliss occur.
» Posted By Danny On 08.19.2012 @ 11:26 am