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10/04/2009

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I wish you enough pain so that the smallest joys in life appear much bigger.

oh so funny!

Amazing! I'm really surprised, I did not expect much I liked this article, I read it because a friend recommended it to me, I assure you that when he told me to read not think it was so interesting. I congratulate the creators for the excellent job they did, I will continue to recommend to my friends this article is great!

*Perhaps you should go on a tour.

The unexamined life is not worth living

[ this is good]

Hang in there. Things will get better.

*People enjoy the characters are not happy.

Um...like the style of your writing.

Um...like the style of your writing.*_*


nous allons louer une voiture pour le week-end*_*

I read it because a friend recommended it to me, I assure you that when he told me to read not think it was so interesting.

******Have you ever seen somebody lick the chutney spoon in an Indian Restaurant and put it back?
This would never have happened under the Tories.***

I started it the night before, liked it well enough to want to finish it, but didn't get so hooked that I needed to stay up late to read the whole thing. It was when I picked it up the next morning that I ran into trouble -- that was when I hit the 100-page mark, and suddenly a book about a girl who's desperate for her father's love and approval yet very cautious about guys partly because of her father's past behavior turned into a sisterly-bonding-through-burglary-with-exploration-into-family-history-and-romantic-roadtrip story. **-**-*

with the identity of the consumer. Looking at the avatar through a commercial lens was interesting, and naturally I also took the opportunity to recast the whole discussion within Deleuzian language to explore issues of manufacturing hyperreality and becoming-cyborg.

That's me. Thanks, Patricia! That was a fascinating article to research and report. I ended up spending a number of months following Adam's progress in college, both on the bike and in class. I'll post a link to it on my page later tonight...


It is quite important for all of us Americans to think about our budget and spend as negligence of these things have caused worst times for us in recession.

It is quite important for all of us Americans to think about our budget and spend as negligence of

these things have caused worst times for us in recession.


It is quite important for all of us Americans to think about our budget and spend as negligence of these things have caused worst times for us in recession.

Amazing! I'm really surprised, I did not expect much I liked this article, I read it because a friend recommended it to me, I assure you that when he told me to read not think it was so interesting. I congratulate the creators for the excellent job they did, I will continue to recommend to my friends this article is great!

This article explains how to create and save an xml file, and then how to bind it to a treeview, but I think it falls far short of what the title promises.

This article explains how to create and save an xml file, and then how to bind it to a treeview, but I think it falls far short of what the title promises.

In an earlier post, I noted that I thought that the real cost of the cash for clunkers program went well beyond the $4500 rebate per car. Edmunds.com just came out with an analysis that shows that the cost of the program, once purchases that would have occurred during that period without the rebate are taken into account, at $24,000 per car!

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