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Opinion by NewBoyz231 posted over a year ago
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INTRO:]
I met a girl in east LA
In floral shorts - as sweet as May
She sang in eights in two Barrio chords
We fell in love, but not in court

La-la-la-la-la-la
La-la-la-la-la-la
La-la-la-la-la-la
La-la-la-la-la-la
La-la-la-la-la-la

Manos-
Manos-

[POST-CHORUS:]
Ahhhhh America Americano
Ahhhhh America Americano
Ahhhhh America Americano
Ahhhhh America Americano

[VERSE 1:]
Mis canciones son de la revolución [my songs are of the revolution]
Mi corazón me duele por mi generación [my coração hurts for my generation]

If you amor me, we can marry, on the west coast,
On a Wednesday, en un verano, en agosto

[CHORUS:]
I don't speak your, I don't speak your language oh no (La-la-la-la-la-la)
I don't speak your, I won't speak your jesus Christo (La-la-la-la-la-la)

[POST-CHORUS:]
Ahhhhh America Americano
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Opinion by NewBoyz231 posted over a year ago
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Eh-eh
Eh-eh

Ye-ha
Ye-ha

Eh-eh
Eh-eh

Aha-aha

Eh-eh
Eh-eh

Ye-ha
Ye-ha

Eh-eh
Eh-eh

Aha-aha

I amor that lavender blonde
The way she moves
The way she walks
I touch myself can't get enough
And in the silence of the night
Through all the tears
And all the lies
I touch myself and it's alright

Just give in
Don't give up baby
Open up your coração and your mind to me

Just know when
That glass is empty
That the world is gonna bend

Happy in the club with a bottle of red wine
Stars in our eyes 'cuz we're having a good time

Eh-eh
Eh-eh
So happy I could die
Be your best friend
Yeah I'll amor you forever
Up in the clouds
We'll be higher than ever

Eh-eh
Eh-eh
So happy I could die
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Opinion by NewBoyz231 posted over a year ago
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Hello, hello, baby, you called?
I can't hear a thing
I have got no service
In the club, you say? say?
Wha-wha-what did you say, huh?
You're breakin' up on me
Sorry I cannot hear you
I'm kinda busy
Kinda busy
Kinda busy
Sorry I cannot hear you I'm kinda busy

Just a second
It's my favorito song they're gonna play
And I cannot text you with a drink in my hand, eh?
You should've made some plans with me
You knew that I was free
And now you won't stop calling me
I'm kinda busy

[Pre-Chorus:]
Stop callin'
Stop callin'
I don't wanna think anymore
I left my head and my coração on the dancefloor
Stop callin'
Stop callin'
I don't wanna talk anymore
I left my head and my coração on the dancefloor

[Chorus:]
Stop telephonin' me
(Stop telephonin' me)
I'm busy
(I'm busy)
Stop telephonin' me
(Stop telephonin' me)
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Opinion by NewBoyz231 posted over a year ago
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Silicon, saline, poison inject me
Baby, I'm a free bitch
I'm a free bitch

Some girls won't dance to the beat of the tribe
She won't walk away
But she won't look back
She looks good
But her boyfriend says she's a mess
She's a mess
She's a mess
Now the girl is stressed
She's a mess
She's a mess
She's a mess
She's a mess
(Tellem', girls)

Baby loves to dance in the dark
'Cuz when he's lookin'
She falls apart
Baby loves to dance in the dark (Tellem', girls)

Run run
Her kiss is a vampire grin
The moon lights her way while she's howlin' at him
She looks good
But her boyfriend says she's a tramp
She's a tramp
She's a vamp
But she still does her dance
She's a tramp
She's a vamp
But she still kills the dance
(Tellem', girls)

Baby loves to dance in the dark
'Cuz when he's lookin'
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List by Mikethriller posted over a year ago
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Samuel "Sam" Winchester is the son of John and Mary Winchester & younger brother of bad boy sobrenatural hunter Dean Winchester. He was born May 2nd, 1983. He is named after his maternal grandfather (Samuel Campbell). His mother was killed on the night of his 6 mês birthday when a demon engulfed her in flames. Sam then lived on the mover with his father and brother learning to hunt sobrenatural beings. As Sam grew older the strain between he & his father intensified upon Sam's discovery of his brother and father's hunting of evil beings. After a while, he decided he no longer wanted to hunt and eventually left to go to Stanford University. It was there that he met his girlfriend Jessica Moore who was later killed por the very same demon that killed his mother. After this segundo tragedy in his life, he decided to team up with his brother Dean once again and hunt all sobrenatural evil in hopes of one dia finding and killing the demon that plagued his life. Along the way, Sam began to realize he had certain powers within him. He began to have visions of the future and a kind of telekinesis that allowed him to mover objects with his mind. Unsure of the extent of his powers and...
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List by Mikethriller posted over a year ago
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History: Dean Winchester was born on January 24th, 1979 and is the son of John and Mary Winchester and the older brother of Sam Winchester. He is named after his maternal grandmother (Deanna Campbell). On November 2, 1983 his mother was killed por a demon named Azazel, engulfing her in flames on the ceiling of Sam's nurser.. As soon as he was old enough to hold a gun, John began training Dean to hunt the things that go bump in the night, in hopes of someday finding and killing the demon who killed his mother. His father later disappeared and Dean went to find his brother Sam, or Sammy as he likes to call him, in hopes of teaming up with him and finding John. At John's request, Dean is always looking after his little brother. He feels responsible for his safety..

After Sam's girlfriend was killed por the same demon who murdered their mother Dean and Sam travel together hunting all sobrenatural evil. In 2007, Sam died and Dean sold his soul to give Sam his life back. In return Dean is given only one ano to live before he will be summoned to hell. On May 2nd, 2008 Dean's ano was up and he was killed por a pack of hell hounds and sent to hell.
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Opinion by Mikethriller posted over a year ago
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Taurus Decan 3 has a lovely and relaxing Venus sextile to start this mês from February 1 to 8. This does bring mais harmony to relationships and increases your need for affection, which is likely to be met. Making new friends is favored because of your warm and pleasant attitude. There should be mais opportunities socially and also mais opportunities financially. Attracting money can coincide with attracting amor so this is a good time to ask for favors. Now there is a rougher patch mid mês with Mercury square your decan from February 8 to 14 putting a strain on communications. The Sun is also square your decan from February 9 to 19, bring challenges to your goals or ego conflicts. So the overlapping period of these two transits, from February 9 to 14 could see you being easily irritated and especially busy or rushed with errands, bill paying, or other people’s problems. Not the best time for decision making or signing contracts. Thinking will become much clearer with Mercury sextile your decan from February 25 to March 2. Now relationships will smooth out as talking is mais straight progressivo, para a frente and you can express yourself mais freely. Attend to your paperwork, catch up with...
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Review by Mikethriller posted over a year ago
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aurus Decan 2 starts the mês with Mercury square your decan from February 2 to 8. This means this is a busy week with some tension in communications. Very rushed thinking means this is not the best time for important decisions and also not the time to get into arguments. This tension will be heightened por the February 7 full moon also square your decan. You may expect challenges to your authority or your plans which could hurt your ego or make you extra sensitive emotionally. This will pass, and the rest of the mês looks very good. The strongest influence for the seguinte mês comes from a trine from Mars which lasts from January 12 to March 13. This will really increase your energy levels, confidence and sexual drive. Time to go for what you want as this strong energy is attractive to others and they are mais likely to be drawn to you and even help you out. Existing relationships benefit from your strong passions, and finding a new amor easier now than at other times because of your directness and sex appeal. You should have a good idea of what you want in life now, and thanks to a helpful Mercury sextile from February 25 to March 2, you will be able to forcefully and clearly...
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Review by Mikethriller posted over a year ago
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Taurus Decan 1 has two very favorable transits this month. From February 14 to 19, a sextile from Mercury will stimulate the brain and bring increased communications and activity close to home. This busy time is ideal to make progress por catching up on paperwork when you are alone, but you will find that you will be mais involved with friends and neighbors, going out on errands and generally interacting with others mais than usual. Catch up with friends, apply for a job or start blogging! The February 21 New Moon makes the same sextile aspect to your decan. Now the positive focus turns from communications mais toward personal advancement. You should feel a boost to the ego and the extra confidence and pride will allow you promote yourself and your plans. Work and relationships should flow mais smoothly and you should face less resistance to your plans than usual. A good time for work and play.
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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The Blue Mountains is the perfect natural hide-away for city-based Sydney-siders. The Blue Mountains bushwalks are only a few hours away, and are easily accessible por car, train and bus. The ability to escape the hustle and bustle of a smog filled city, and so easily enter the tranquillity of the Australian bush, is priceless. Spend just an afternoon on one of the easy Blue Mountains Bushwalking tracks, or challenge yourself to the three-day Six Foot Track, and you will arrive back in the city, inspired and refreshed.

Bushwalking in the Blue Mountains is also a perfect get-away for interstate and international visitors who are making a quick stopover in Sydney, and do not have time to venture far into the Australian wilderness. Even if you are only spending a few days in Sydney, a bushwalk in the Blue Mountains should be firm on your to do list. The opportunity will be a contrast to any other activity that Sydney has to offer, is perfect for panoramic photographs, and will provide you with memories to last a life time.
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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othing beats the wind whipping in your face, the dust catching at the back of your throat, the jarring impact through braced arms as you careen down a mountainside with nothing separating you from the unforgiving ground but a t-shirt and your own skill. It is that potential for danger, the desire to find the edge between elation and disaster that drives mountain bikers seek out ever newer and mais challenging terrain. Mountain bikers will traverse the globe seeking this thrill, and many find their way to the Blue Mountains of Australia.

Mountain biking in the Blue Mountains allows riders the opportunity to enjoy easy trails and natural beauty as well as a chance for the mais adventurous to test their skills on increasingly rugged terrain. There are courses and tracks available that allow the true beginners to get their first taste of life away from the pavement and trails and sidetracks to test even the hardiest and most experienced of riders. A multi-day trip through the Blue Mountains will leave mountain bikers thoroughly spent and completely satisfied at the end of their journeys.
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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Climbing and Abseiling in the Blue Mountains

Adrenaline junkies don’t want to miss the chance to climb and abseil in Australia’s Blue Mountains. Nestled in New South Wales and just a short drive from Sydney, the Blue Mountains are not only início to world class climbing and canyoning features, but they also boast some of the most pristine and scenic tropical landscapes in the world.

What does climbing and abseiling involve? Climbing refers to rock climbing, as one might suspect, and abseiling is essentially rappelling down a rock face in a controlled manner. Climbers and abseilers wear a rock climbing arreios, arnês, chicote de fios that is fastened to a rope and secured through a rappel device that is operated por a partner climber. Once all of the safety precautions are taken care of, the abseiler simply positions his or herself off of the cliff with the body perpendicular to the rock so that the feet are firmly placed on the side of the cliff face. Climbing and abseiling is truly an exhilarating and memorable way to see all that the Blue Mountains have to offer!
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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The Ningaloo recife is Western Australia’s largest, pristine and most accessible Coral Reef. It extends for approximately 260 kilometres from Point Murat on the tip of the North West Cape to Amherst Point, just south of Coral baía making it one of the world’s largest fringing coral reefs.

Unlike the Great Barrier recife and other reefs situated off the north coast of Australia, Ningaloo recife is not separated from the coast, thus making its accessibility one of it's greatest attractions.

In some places, just a few kicks bring you to a recife with its 500 species of peixe and 220 species of colourful corals along with an array of other enchanting marine life. Brightly coloured peixe swim close to the beaches in the shallow waters of the protection lagoons, and there are no poisonous geléia, geleia fish! The deeper water communities harbour brightly coloured sponges and corals with soft algae living among them.
One of the main attractions for marine enthusiasts is the migration of giant baleia sharks and humpbacks that frequent Ningaloo Reef. Divers and snorkelers can come and swim with the baleia sharks through March to June, while June to October is humpback whale...
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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he Barrington Tops National Park, formed from the remains of an ancient volcano, rises from near sea level to over 1,500 metres. Located approximately 200 kms north west of Sydney in the upper Hunter Valley, the nearest towns are Scone, Singleton, Dungog, Gloucester and East Gresford. In the lower valleys, you will find World Heritage-listed subtropical rainforests. Up on the plateau, there is subalpine woodland which regularly sees snow in winter. Six rivers rush through the forests of this mountainous park.

A major attraction of the Barrington Tops is the clean, fresh air. But visitors are also rewarded with a vast array of walking tracks, magnificent scenery and lookouts, superb wildflowers, spectacular rainforest, snow gums and peat swamps. It is easy to say that Barrington offers everything. The park covers 73,884 hectares that vary from snowplains to impenetrable forests dissected por raging rivers with some wonderful waterfalls.

The many different species of flora and fauna are also a feature of the park. As well, the park is surrounded por vast areas of state forest which cater to the traveller with provision of trails, camping and picnic areas.
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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he Barrington Tops National Park, formed from the remains of an ancient volcano, rises from near sea level to over 1,500 metres. Located approximately 200 kms north west of Sydney in the upper Hunter Valley, the nearest towns are Scone, Singleton, Dungog, Gloucester and East Gresford. In the lower valleys, you will find World Heritage-listed subtropical rainforests. Up on the plateau, there is subalpine woodland which regularly sees snow in winter. Six rivers rush through the forests of this mountainous park.

A major attraction of the Barrington Tops is the clean, fresh air. But visitors are also rewarded with a vast array of walking tracks, magnificent scenery and lookouts, superb wildflowers, spectacular rainforest, snow gums and peat swamps. It is easy to say that Barrington offers everything. The park covers 73,884 hectares that vary from snowplains to impenetrable forests dissected por raging rivers with some wonderful waterfalls.

The many different species of flora and fauna are also a feature of the park. As well, the park is surrounded por vast areas of state forest which cater to the traveller with provision of trails, camping and picnic areas.
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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Three days into a trek across the volcanic highlands of southwest Iceland, it occurs to me: This is Tolkien's Middle-earth. With its obsidian lava fields and steaming hot springs, its moss-covered foothills and treeless valleys, Iceland is Mordor one minuto and the Shire the next. It has a magical quality to it, this Land of fogo and Ice—as if it has been plucked from the imagination and placed here, somewhere between europa and North America, to be a playground for the adventurous traveler.

A thousand years ago, Iceland's Viking settlers sent criminals to the island's inhospitable interior, where they were forced to survive for 20 years before earning a pardon. Most never made it. I only have to survive for a week, though, and I have some help: a rugged British guide named Kelso, who's lived in Iceland for five years "after getting his mid-life crisis in early," and Helgi, an Icelander who transports our overnight gear from hut to hut each day. Together they're responsible for our food, our emergency transportation, and most of our comic relief.
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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There's a popular misconception in American hiking circles that the only "real" mountains in the U.S. are found out west. I've been guilty of it myself, looking to the Sierras and the Rockies for adventure and ignoring—here in my column, anyway—the joys and challenges of the Northeast. That's an oversight I'll put behind me this month.

Peter Potterfield, who writes about New Hampshire's White Mountains in his excellent book, Classic Hikes of the World, says that these peaks have "been the comeuppance of many an arrogant hiker from outside New England." He's right. They've humbled quite a few native New Englanders, too.

Though the state's highest peak, Mount Washington, might look like a foothill compared to some of the tallest summits in the West, it's also início to the most ferocious weather on the planet, with recorded wind speeds over 200 miles an hour. The surrounding peaks are similarly rugged and, mais importantly, boast some of the best wilderness views in the country. In short, they're tall enough to be challenging and scenic enough to be worth the effort.
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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Here in the driest desert on earth, in a rocky valley populated por withered pillars of salt and stone and an enormous sand dune that doubles as a pedestrian highway, I find myself scrambling, hands and feet, up a jagged outcropping ... and waiting for the sun to set on the "Valley of the Moon."

This is Chile's Valle de la Luna, the legendary moon valley, crowned on all sides por volcanic peaks that cascade as far as the eye can see. It's these peaks that grab my attention now. One por one they're painted in the pinks and reds of the setting sun, and the valley becomes a kaleidoscope of new shapes and colors. If this quiet lunar landscape seemed eerie before dusk, it's downright alien now.

A dozen or so fellow onlookers buzz to life once the evening shadows take root. Soon it will be dark, and we still have to navigate the windswept crest of the sand dune back to our cars and, eventually, to the tiny desert oasis town of San Pedro de Atacama—my início base for this trip to northern Chile.
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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Seven miles off the coast of Venezuela, on the tiny Caribbean island of Trinidad, I'm about to come face to face with two dozen swirling, shrieking guardians of the dead. Likened to devils por the ancient Amerindians of South America, these sentinels of the afterlife are actually rare cave-dwelling birds that nest like bats and look like ravens with fiery red eyes. The souls of the departed were said to dwell in the recesses of their subterranean lair.

I've hiked through a sweltering rainforest to find these devil birds, and I can hear them before I see them. They scream and flutter just out of sight, flapping their wings and circling the interior of this place called Aripo Cave as if to warn me—keep out. It's taken me the better part of a dia to reach the cave, though, and I'm not about to stop now.

My guide, a brawny local from the Trinidad-based eco-outfitter The Pathmaster, urges me forward, down the slick, jaw-like rocks of the cave mouth. Soon I'm on my hands and knees, and then I'm crawling on my stomach across a narrow underground ledge for a better look. As my eyes adjust to the darkness, I see them, and I understand why the Amerindians both...
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Guide by vagos posted over a year ago
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"In the forest you must first use your ears, then your eyes," says Harris McDonald, my rainforest guide here on the tiny Caribbean island of Tobago. He silences me with a finger to his mouth. "Listen." I do, and then I hear it: a loud, yawning groan like something straight out of Jurassic Park. I back up a step and stumble over the gnarled roots of the mula path we've been following for the past hour.

McDonald follows that with a smile roughly the same size as the machete at his side. He's known as the "Jungle Man," and he's been leading casual dia hikers and tourists into Tobago's rainforest—the oldest legally protected preserve in the Western Hemisphere—for mais than 10 years.

Today, he's leading me.

"Kissing trees," he says with a laugh. He points upward, and I see the two windblown giants rubbing against each other overhead. They make an appalling noise, but a unique one, and it's something to savor. It's not every dia you find yourself exploring a place voted the best ecotourism destination in the world.
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Guide by vagos posted over a year ago
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On the border between South Africa and Zimbabwe (Beitbridge), just south of the Limpopo one can find the picturesque town of Louis Trichart in the mountainous area of the Soutpansberg. On a recent trip back from Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe we visited this area as well as the Njelele valley (close to Toyandou town) in the neighbouring Venda. This geographical area is blessed with a rich historical background full of legends and myths and is one of a few remaining unspoilt areas of South Africa. Today, the history is still evident in the names of the two major towns in the area namely Louis Trichard that was named after a Voortrekker leader and Thoyandou after a historical chief of the VhaVenda nation.

On our arrival in Louis Trichard, we were welcomed por Marius Gilfillan from Carousel Lodge who accompanied us into the SAFCOR forestry area from where the famous Hanglip (previously called Hangklip) could be viewed. We visited the Hanglip Picnic site and Motane forest where all the trees are marked for the visitors information. Several hiking trails winds its way through this indigenous forest while Marius also runs several horse trails through this specific area. This...
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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Probably the single greatest asset which anyone can ever have in conversations is the ability to make other people laugh.

Whether you are asking your boss for a raise, talking to someone who you like, or just trying to be the popular person who everyone wants to be around, you will get light years ahead if only you can make them laugh.

An interesting, but little known fact is that laughter is a response which is a subconscious way of saying to someone else "I want to bond with you". Is it any wonder that countless surveys have shown that the number one desired characteristic in the opposite sex, for both sexes, is a sense of humour.

But can someone actually learn to be funny? Do you have to be born with a particular natural talent for humour, which if you don't have, there's no chance for you? Are some people permanently condemned to a lifetime of boredom and unpopularity, never able to hold their own in a conversation, while the 'natural funny guys' effortlessly take the approval of everyone present? Is there a secret to being funny?
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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There are too many lawyers in America and they are everywhere. 500,000 mais graduating from Law School this year; in fact there are mais lawyers graduating from Law School on their way to sue good honest Americans on their way to their first million than the total number of homeless folks in the United States. Shouldn't it be the other way around? Shouldn't we help the homeless and give them a skill and education and send the Lawyers begging on the street?

Now we see our own government taken over por lawyers, look how many lawyers there are in the Senate and halls of Congress? I think there ought to be one law on the books. That is if Congress makes a law they have to remove ten others. You see we have 45 stories of OSHA law if you stack those pages on topo, início of one another. Then people wonder why American Companies are off shoring Jobs? Dah. Then the trial lawyers, yes like John Edwards go around stealing from the efficiencies of America.

My hero is Vice President Cheney for his excellent shooting abilities. I rejoiced that day. "Good Shot Sir!"
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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Why do I do it? Why do I laugh at things I shouldn't? For instance, when someone from Howard Stern's "whack pack", his personal collection of mentally challenged misfits with various speech impediments, talks about anything? How about when Andrew "Dice" Clay profanely rants about females in ways that set women (and men for that matter) back a thousand years? What about one of the most politically incorrect shows on cable TV today, Curb Your Enthusiasm. I laugh my butt off every time Larry David pathetically wrestles with race or sexuality or death or handicaps. And I can't leave out Chris Rock cursing his way through a monologue about the plight of fathers whose daughters are strippers.

I might just as well laugh at a train wrecks. And I do-not at real train wrecks-but at comedy train wrecks.

I used to think "you either get it or you don't". But I'm not so sure anymore. When I crack up and cough up a lung because a ten ano old girl thinks Larry David, whom she encounters in a ladies restroom, has a giant erection, am I being blindly insensitive to child molestation? When I chuckle at a really mean-spirited racial slur Imus's sidekick bigot, Bernard,...
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Opinion by vagos posted over a year ago
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Appearing naked in other people's dreams is a concept which occurred to me as I woke up this morning from a dream in which I was naked. It's about time someone added this important idea to our literary and cultural heritage.

Advantages to appearing naked in other people's dreams seem infinitely numerous, but I'll the possibilities. When appearing naked in other people's dreams, it's preferable to use one's "power" for good and not evil.

If you've ever been naked in a dream of your own, you're aware of how vulnerable you feel at the time -- especially if you're standing naked at a major intersection during rush hour. Wouldn't it be nice if someone came por to stand seguinte to you? If there were another naked person standing seguinte to you, you'd feel much mais confident of standing naked in the middle of the rua while automobile traffic swirls around you. You could even engage in conversation with your guest, and the act of engaging in a lighthearted discussion would distract you from your embarrassment.
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