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Date:2016-05-23 07:28
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Сначала египетскому фараону приснились двенадцать жирных коров, а потом двенадцать тощих.
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Аршок Бадаян
Арстанбек Барандич


Абдигани Горчук
Гулам Гунченко
Махомад Черноморец
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Юсеф Мустафа Голощук

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Date:2016-05-23 07:02
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Разве раньше он не видел Наташу?
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Акош Бухиник
Эхат Гайсенок

Игор-йосиф Дупло
пути решения загрязнение гидросферы;http://bit.ly/1U6JIxZ
Асылгарей Латовин
Мукодес Дедекало
книги серии арлекин;http://bit.ly/1TQAIgB
аватар full hd торрент;http://bit.ly/1s3Fhha

Алихмед Автонишен

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Date:2016-05-19 11:09
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После этого по моему животу кто-то заелозил, потоптался немного и, устроившись поудобнее, мирно заурчал.
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автосимулятор пдд 2007 14 через торрент без регистрации
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Имре-миклош Шутов
Деонизий Дориченко
Тимурлан Дацьо
Антонин-иосиф Проненко
Вииалий Терентьев
nokia c7 сломался аудио проигрыватель


Бобуржон Кущенков

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Date:2016-05-19 09:28
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А что, того мужика из рекламной компании еще и ограбили?
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Ягольчын Демоненко

система топливная каменс 65115
Адди Вислогузов
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Борис-стефан Бургазли
программа для отправки смс с компьютера с подписью отправителя в начале
Григорий-иван Кутасевич

Ахмедали Оськин
Всевир Авгун

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Date:2016-05-19 09:17
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Его и дома-то не бывает.
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Артин Федорищенко
Демир Каркач
бесплатно переводчик на самсунг gt s5230
Ераст Миланченко
Агабаба Токаревских
Герман Борис
Андрей-бейло Бурчик
майнкрафт factorization википедия
карты черниговской губернии привязанные к ozi бесплатно

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Date:2016-05-18 23:44
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А потом хищно клацнула ручкой, извлеченной из саквояжа.
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Асадулач Холмогорцев
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Аврилиан Заставенко
Авий Буцких
Стефан-василь Глумчер
слушать хит август 2012
Бонефатий Гарбузюк

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Date:2016-05-18 20:44
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Она притягивала и манила, невозможно было противостоять ее притяжению и отвести взгляд.
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Владимир-яков Аргандивал
Давлетбай Багазан
Аль Рашдан Лышенко

Акли Бравчук
Арбид Глыбченко
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офис для макбук бесплатно

Арсентин Потурайко

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Date:2016-05-18 19:59
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Экзекуция происходила в одиннадцать утра.
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Моисей-велвел Цимбалюк

сценарий венецианского бала в ресторане
Агамурат Текучев
Айтек Швыдченко
Нажмидин Догцов

Адыширны Бечек
Евгений-мирослав Акользин
раздевания фото онлайн
гдз по музлитре 5 класс тетрадь

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Date:2016-05-18 19:55
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Глаза у него хорошие были, да и сам веселый такой, и видно, что добрый.
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лапарамонова развивающие занятия с детьми 23 лет


ntsturrukak анкету на загранпаспорт в тольятти
образец открытого урока по баяну
Юреслав Чиркунов
Калислав Бакалюк
Ахмедула Сухорутченко
Ника Романенков
Степан-ярослав Крупец
Орест-георгий Гейнсберг

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Date:2016-05-18 18:56
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Кто же у них там сейчас на хозяйстве за главного?
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Данис Гливин
Зиновей Июгнас

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схема вязания женского платья для полных женщин
Леонид-алексей Валаханович

Данила Дунайцев
Авахон Птахин
Агаюсуф Бордунис

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Date:2009-03-08 09:36
Subject:Who watches the Watchmen?
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Mood: geeky

So..... anyone else see it yet?

(*Loved it - especially the Bob Dylan credits with skewed iconic images of contemporary American history, like the hippies with the flowers!)

Any opinions for the good or bad?

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Date:2009-03-02 07:14
Subject:snow?
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Mood: chipper

I actually have a snow day for the first time in YEARS!

..... and on a day when I have a quiz in chem lab and a major exam in biology on protists (*requiring that we know all 17 phyla, their distinguishing characteristics, and examples of each), viruses, bacteria, and classification systems.

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Date:2009-02-23 19:28
Subject:waffles?
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Mood: bouncy

Do you like waffles?

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Date:2009-02-23 06:46
Subject:Water Watch
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Mood: lethargic

So, I'm a member of NJ Community Water Watch - Brookdale. What is it? It's a subdivision of the AmeriCorps, the domestic version of the Peace Corps. Now I'm certain this sounds seriously geeky. Well..... it is. We do stream/beach clean-ups and water quality monitoring.

This week, we went out and saw one of the two major monitoring locations, and, I kid you not, I felt like a five year old. Poricy Stream is fabulous for your inner five year old. There are huge cliffs were the ground has eroded away from over development, and several fallen logs crossing the stream. It's practically a playground.

Added bonus : it's a fossil hunting site.

Downside : because Poricy is such an awesome site both with all the logs and with the fossil hunting, kids tear through there every couple of weeks, ripping apart the mud and the bogs and disturbing the macroinvertebrates we count for pollution checks. Sucketh, doesn't it?

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Date:2009-02-18 13:20
Subject:Monster Updates!!!!
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Mood: cheerful

Okay, before I end up answering in a million and one comments and e-mails as to what I've been up to, let's just do a mass posting.

Mah Educmacation
I'm back in school yet again. This quarter's actually getting interesting and mildly challenging. Taking BIO 102 and CHEM 101. The bio's actually getting into phylum breakdown (*starting on Monday night with Protista - argh! quiz on the first three phyla of biflagellated protists!), which is pretty cool. My study group (*The Lesbian Foot Fetishists..... don't ask) finally has males to our membership, which is cool and should make for good times when we get together to study for the upcoming unit 1 exam, get trashed, and go hang in the hot tub.

Chem has me back lighting up bunsen burners like something out of a bad high school movie. My lab partner is awful. She just wants to copy the data from other teams. Now, I would be alright with this if it weren't for the fact that my teacher requires us to mass materials out to 3 decimals on the electronic balances. Somehow, I *think* the teacher's going to catch on if groups start showing the same exact masses to three decimals. That could just be me.

Movie time!
Okay, not going to lie, My Bloody Valentine was hilarious good fun with completely milked 3d effects. If you missed it, don't bother renting or purchasing it. I have a bad feeling this is one of those movies that you actually had to see the 3d to appreciate how gloriously awful the movie was.

Taken would have been decent.... were it not for the fact that they played the squealing-like-a-stuck-pig sound effect over and over again. And, I have to ask.... did anyone else giggle at the fact that Liam Neeson kept finding all these girls in horrible situations and LEFT them there just because they weren't the right girl?

Coraline was amazing. Go. See it. In 3d. Love it.

Work
Continues to suck. I went to a union meeting, which was fun. I sat wedged in a group of union-haters from my job who all had great running commentary on our union (*which is currently being investigated for a world of troubles including misappropriation of the pension and embezzlement).

Pets
Are adorable as ever. I ended up adding a bicolor blenny (Wafflemuffin McHamspterpants) to my reef tank to join Emo Edgar (my black percula clownfish) and Russell Crowe (my yellow watchman goby).

Love life
I'mn going to plead the fifth on this one.

Travel
I WALKED TO CANADA! Okay, so I drove to Buffalo, but I walked across Rainbow Bridge all because I saw a little sign that read "To Canada >" It was perhaps the weirdest moment ever. Just waltzing into a foreign country for no particular reason other than it was there and I was there. Good times. Although, I was disappointed I couldn't find a unique beer to bring back for my brother, the infamous Johnny Bass.

Bookworm
I finally finished The Golden Torc, the second book of Julian May's Pliocine Exile novels. I kid you not, it basically ends with "rocks fall, everyone dies," including several awesome characters. However, I don't feel all that cheated, because it was kind of a fun book with a pretty cool cast of characters including Brede, a centuries old woman still mourning the loss of her dead husband who *just* so happened to be a spaceship... made from a crystalline algae.

The premise of the books was actually kind of fun. Into the distant future, a professor creates an intriguing curio in the form of a time gate. It only goes in one direction, only functions in one place, and only works in one direction sending things back to the Pliocine era (anything brought forward in time is instantly feels the effects of six million years of time). After the professor dies, his wife, the Madame, is met by a traveler who wishes to go back in time. She allows him and, later, worries she made the wrong decision, that she might have ruined the timeline. However, after a few drinks, the Madame resolves that anything she did wrong by sending him back in time has already happened, and, thus, worrying is a moot point. After that, people decide to go back to the Pliocine era for various reasons. It lures you into a false sense that this is going to be some weird Caruso, but, when they get through to the other side, there are alien people there. The Tanu. It's weird.



So.... yeah.... that's my life. I take care of my pets, go to school, study, work, and paint a little on the side.

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Date:2009-02-18 10:27
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Mood: chipper

I'm alive, I promise.

In other news, Coraline rocked my geeky socks, by the by.

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Date:2008-08-31 20:58
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Mood: amused

So, Taylor was just talking to the cable company about trying to get run the Wii through the cable box to the tv, because there is an issue with RCA cables, and a lack thereof. When the woman asks where these individual components came from, hilarity ensues.

"The dvd player and Wii came with the desk. Essentially, what I have is a tv cable box combo and a dvd player, Wii, and desk combo."

When the woman finally tells Taylor that she can't make the Wii or the dvd player work with the tv through the cable box, the win occurs.

Taylor looks at everyone and tells us to wait for it.

"Could you tell me how to make the desk compatible with the television?"

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Date:2008-08-31 20:49
Subject:CHIPOLTE!!!!
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Mood: chipper

Did you know that the Death Valley Chipolte Kettle Chips are fucking amazing?!?!? They burn, but in such a good, terrible way all at the same time.

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Date:2008-08-21 17:31
Subject:Hey little gorilla crab!
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Mood: awake



I love this video... because it sounds so intelligent up until he runs into a gorilla crab. Lol. Poor little shy gorilla crab.

fuzzdecay, this vid is for you. Listen to as much as you can, but, if it's too dull, jump to 3:00 for the "little gorilla crab." Man goes from sounding relatively intelligent to utterly hilarious.

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Date:2008-08-19 19:50
Subject:Marine odes?
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Mood: amused



I <3 you, blue ring octopus (Hapalochlaena lunulata). I love the fact that, despite being the size of a golfball, you contain enough venom to kill 26 humans. I love the fact that you have the balls to have no known antivenom, that the only known treatment it to immediately start artificial respiration beffore your victim becomes cyanotic, even if your victim appears to be utterly fine and hope for the best. Tetrodoxin. Octopamine. Dopamine. Acetylcholine. Hyaluronidase. Tyramine. Histamine. Tryptamine. 5-hydroxytryptamine. Mmmm.....



I adore you, iruknadji (Carukia barnesi). You're so cute, and tiny, and deadly! Just a-fucking-dorable! Your body is the size of my pinky nail and relatively invisible to the unwary eye, but you've got a meter of pretty pretty tentacles just waiting to sting the shit out of someone. I absolutely love the way you cause hypertension, anxiety and pulmonary edema in severe cases.



Oh, palythoas and zoanthids, how I love thee, let me count the ways..... 1.) You're sooo easy to keep that you're considering among the ideal beginner corals 2.) you're relatively cheap and easy to both harvest and propagate, making you commonly in the retail trade 3.) certain species of you produce palytoxin one of the strongest non-peptide toxins (second only in toxicity to maitotoxin). I mean, who doesn't enjoy a good case of tachycardia, respiratory distress, unstable blood pressure, and the slow destruction of red blood cells?






..... maybe I should specialize in marine toxicology, because I honestly find shit like this morbidly fascinating.

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