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67czHtKIl 67czHtKIl
on 14/2/16
Michael Phelps gained world rooignctien and swimming history fame by winning 8 gold medals. That was a testimony to his skill, training and talent. It had nothing to do with whether or not he smoked, or smokes marijuana. And, for anyone who smokes marijuana, they would know that he was responsible because he was able to reach that extraordinary level of success. Marijuana relaxes the body and mind. It is doubtful that if he was a chronic user, he would have been able to have trained physically as hard, or been as physically ready for the challenge. And if he did use it while in his many years of swimming, it is possible that with all that training, the individual needed some down time, to recoup his 'energy'. Training should not be all about exerting yourself to your limits and imposing significant and massive stress on your body and mind. I would think some down time to recoup your energy would bring more focus when you get back to training, possibly see things in new perspectives. I want anyone and everyone who reads this, to boycott any corporation that pulls their endorsement for Michael Phelps. I am providing two suggesting schedules for the boycott.
Whj788Lft Whj788Lft
on 14/2/16
I enjoy history and read fact, ficoitn and everything in between.I've just finished Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall and was bitterly disappointed.I thought that having won the Booker Prize and being about one of my favourite periods, I would find it a real page-turner.Not at all. I found many of the descriptive passages unnecessary and a little contrived as if her ultimate aim was an award, rather than just telling a story and entertaining the readers. And, I didn't care about any of the characters which is a major flaw where you're looking with fresh eyes at a specific person, such as Cromwell. And most irritatingly, I hated the way she wrote speech. I could rarely tell who was speaking and had to spend time looking back and trying to ascribe certain passages to particular people. I found it longer than warranted and found her excessive use of punctuation annoying splitting sentences repeatedly which caused me to stumble rather than read fluently.
XvRAXdEa XvRAXdEa
on 14/2/16
Yes, I have links to 3 different comapnies on my site. It might be slighltly tricky since you are a citizen and are here currently. So, it'll depend on how long you're staying here and/or you may have to do separate plans.
L0ZpSQAf L0ZpSQAf
on 14/2/16
It depends on the sochols and on the kids, and I would go and interview and observe any sochols you are considering. My eldest would had some early learning issues which might have benefited from being homeschooled, except that she was compulsively social and would have absolutely hated not having kids around most of the day. I ended up doing a lot of tutoring until she was up to par, but kept her in formal school systems. As to the public private thing, I have tried both public and private sochols. In some places the public sochols were better than the private ones; in others it was the reverse. I am myself Catholic and I tithe, so that the local Catholic school system is free to me, but there was a time when I sent one kid to the Catholic school, and the other to nonreligious private school. (The local public sochols at that time and place were bad in all respects.) The secular private school was more academically challenging but had a problem with drugs and alcohol. My risk taker therefore got sent to the Catholic school, my cautious kid to the other.
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on 14/2/16
just heard the podcast and was luaghing so hard when you where talking about the food from Spain! The word that I will not write, since I live in Puerto Rico is a used as a bad word, so it was funny to me to hear you say it so much! I know they eat that too here in PR but they call it eggs and the animal's name. I would never try them! Thank you for sharing the Youth Day podcasts and the bits from the Pope, really enjoyed them!!
YB1ARZni9n1 YB1ARZni9n1
on 14/2/16
it was going to Rotterdam. Rotterdam is Europe's largest port, it is the main point of entry for most of Europe's oil and the main port for Holland Germany and Switzerland and with the oenping of the Rhine Danube canal about 10 years ago too 3,000 ton barges takes traffic from eastern Europe. Imagine what an explosion four times that of Hiroshima would do to Rotterdam with all the miles of Refineraries they would stop Europe's main traffic artery instantly. A radioactive cloud with a good westerly wind could seriously damage the health of about 60,000,000 people who live within radius of 150 miles of there, mine included. Even this too me seems fantasy, they would quickly be found out and retribution would quickly follow. America could react using the excuse of an attack on a N.A.T.O. Ally. Personally I think that what they were up too was to get the Radioactive containers that if they were really radioactive into Europe and distribute them once they are in Europe there will be no way of finding them. My wife as a buyer brings many containers from China in through Rotterdam very few are checked. Once distributed through Europe with its open boarders they can be quickly moved around and positioned in the different capitals and use them to blackmail Europe with while they finish the bomb they are buggering around with. Once they have got the bomb they will feel safe. You will know when they have got the bomb by an increase in the tone and shrillness of the threats.
Z7s34uUaC Z7s34uUaC
on 14/2/16
Congratulations to Jeffrey Steel and his family, London is a great place to move to :-)Our Lady of the Assumption is the Roman Catholic Church in poor Deptford where I was born.In the 1987/88 fotalobl season I was working as a site agent in Albury Street,Deptford SE8.This early Thames Gateway regeneration project involving English Heritage and the Church of England's Guardian of Walsingham,the late Canon David Diamond of St Paul's SE8,stimulated my creative and artistic talents.Midway through the underpinning and demolition contract that I was supervising for PGM developments I had a big dream in which Our Lady of the Assumption called me "Vesper ".I have used this nom de plume ever since.It is fair to say that I do not see eye to eye with the Mayor of Lewisham's contemporary Faith Adviser Father Paul Butler of St Paul's SE8 who wrote 'Also, for the record, I am in favour of the Ordination of the Women'.Canon David Diamond was old school Oxford Movement who didnot support the Ordination of Women.When I converted to Rome,Father Diamond gave me a giant Rosary which I gave to Father Tony Pyle at Our Lady of the Rosary Blacken.SONGS & DREAMS FOR SAD SISTER DEPTFORD A Deo et Rege : PART1 Spiral into the deep unconscious Spiral into eternityMary Queen of living watersSeep ever deeper into meRound and round that mystic whirlpoolRound and round eternal seaMary conquer those depths unchartedMary conquer the inner meChrist first man of composite natureChrist the sacrifice to freeMary Mother of our CreatorAccept this sacrifice of meIn XtO "Vesper"Canon David Diamond once thanked me for my qualified professional Planning & Development work in relation to the CRITICAL Deptford Power Station & Creekside planning brief.Addey & Stanhope's Steve Pratt can confirm that Canon Diamond also used my poetry to invite HRH the Prince of Wales to the opening of St Paul's Court in the 1987/88 fotalobl season.SONGS & DREAMS FOR SAD SISTER DEPTFORD A Deo et Rege : PART 6 SE8 MATEDIRTY SMELLY DEPTFORDHOW WE LOVE YOU SOTHE POWER THAT ONCE CAME FROM YOU HAS LONG CEASED TO FLOWARCHER'S DREAM NO LONGER DWARFED16 ACRES FREEA FUTURE KING FINDS HIS LANDAND PLACE IN HISTORYCanon Diamond and I are both recorded as being professional contributors to the Civic Trust report which preceded Deptford City Challenge.Father Butler criticises and censures my intellectual input to the Nth degree which effectively buries alive my Deptford orientated Thames Gateway consultancy.The hermeneutic of continuity recently published an update of my professional work which has now reached a critical legal juncture here in London : vesper has left a new comment on the post "Mass at St Peter's".Hard evidence relating to my high profile FARE JUSTICE NOT VENGEANCE FOCUS 1991-2009 :MPS ref PC/2571/07 case for the defence against SS 33 The Watcher's NF/BNP/KKK entry-ism into London's Sporting/Planning Arena,which was originally backed up by a malevolent prosecution by CID Greenwich after a phone call made by Steve Taylor of the TSG, was given to former MPS Assistant Commissioner Robert Quick MBA by DS Ian Coleman of the MPS Directorate of Professional Standards,Internal Investigations Command. PAPA RATZI ORA PRO NOBIS! Our Lady of the Rosary pray for us in Nick Griffin's NF/BNP/EU/GLA/LDA/ODA NEO-NAZI DEVELOPMENT TIMES AmenYours sincerely Roy Hobson aka Our Lady's Vesper ON-LINE + More From:www.spreadtheword.org.uk 's cityofsharedstories YouTube - Roy Hobson (From Dark to Light Too) 8 Badlow Close, Erith,Kent DA8 3SA
HvksXeeQq HvksXeeQq
on 14/2/16
Charlie Hall Marvelous LightChris Tomlin practically anyntihg he has recorded (Made To Worship, How Can I keep From Singing, Indescribable, to name a few)Matt Redman Never Let GoJami Smith Mercy Again, Worship YouPaul Baloche Hosanna .and almost anyntihg he records These are just a few of my favorites. I am also a christian musician and can send you a few sound bites of some of my original stuff.
Sg9sgsRQip Sg9sgsRQip
on 14/2/16
I suppose since only you and I will be readnig these comments Russ, I feel safe to tell you alittle about The Walton Group and myself. I have worked there since August of 2006. I interned for that semester, and now am working there part time, while I finish up my Bachelor of Science at UVSC. Linda Walton has been practicing PR in Utah Valley for 20 some years, and is hoping to continue her career right in this valley for a long time. I started the blog as an expiriment, and realized too late that my permalinks need meta tags. I guess if I took the time to fix it, it would get me a little closer to the page you are on in Google for Utah PR . That's not my intention however. The size of Utah Valley is projected to double in the next 20 years. And when it does, all those people will need businesses and goods, and all those businesses will need a PR firm. That's where we come in. I think that getting your attention is something I would like to be proud of, because after readnig your blog for some time and all of the comments from respected people like Paul Allen and others, you are well respected. But I fear that your attention is negative rather than positive.
4pfVT6acL 4pfVT6acL
on 14/2/16
It looks like an Alien. Give it to Gordon Brown as an official Christmas pesrent from the Vatican. Or President Bush as a leaving pesrent. Or dump it in the sea so that fish can shelter in it. Or put it out in the garden and hang bird-feeders on it. Or sell it for scrap. What is it made of?
PbfQZxMDDR7 PbfQZxMDDR7
on 14/2/16
The first anon made some interesting pontis.The Legion of Mary is a fantastic organisation and an orthodox Catholic should not be afraid to knock on a door and present the faith to the person behind it! The Legion also engages in crowed contact that is, speaking to those in the street. Furthermore there is an apostolate to the areas prostitutes work and to the gay bars. These are courageous works that should appeal to young Catholics.The Legion is very strong in Austria and Malta among the youth. There was a PPC team of 10 with the average age under 25 in England last year from Malta, they carried out home to home work. Why not England? perhaps it is a matter of time. Devotion to the Blessed Virgin is incredibly low here and there really aren't that many orthodox young Catholics in the same areas as there are good Legion Praesidia. But the fact that only 1 seminarian went on PPC last year (when all seminarians are allowed to) is worrying, our future priests should be men with enough faith and courage to evangelise openly and put aside human respect.The Lay apostolate really needs more support from the pulpit, as does the fact many people who aren't approached with the faith may be damned- this is a crucial fact which needs to be more emphasised.I am aware of one young Catholic who did not want anything to do with the Legion, after apostasising from the faith and joining for evangelicalism, which taught hell, duty to apostolate and necessity of Christ for salvation, faith, the particular apostate (pray for his soul) was seen involved in the mission activities of the evangelicals, approaching people (subtly and politely with a partner) in the street to speak of "Christianity".
33CdpNNv 33CdpNNv
on 14/2/16
You Left Out The Part About,When Lil Kim Was About To Sign The Bl00d Oath there wasn't much blood left so they had to draw the bl00d from her arm but all her veins were flat so they had to cut off her neck to get more blood then they re-attached it when there was enough blood,that is why in her how many licks video you see them budiling her back together that's to re-enact what happened at the signing of her blood oath don't ever leave that part out again,that's the most important part <- do you see how insane you sound when you type all this bullsh.t i bet it sounds right in your mind smfh lmfao!!!
SeCT8ttTHv SeCT8ttTHv
on 14/2/16
There is no point arguing that Nelson Mandela is one of the gseatert leaders the African continent has produced in history. Here are some of Nelson Mandela's best quotes:“I am fundamentally an optimist. Whether that comes from nature or nurture, I cannot say. Part of being optimistic is keeping one's head pointed toward the sun, one's feet moving forward. There were many dark moments when my faith in humanity was sorely tested, but I would not and could not give myself up to despair. That way lays defeat and death”. I dream of the realization of the unity of Africa, whereby its leaders combine in their efforts to solve the problems of this continent. I dream of our vast deserts, of our forests, of all our great wildernesses .“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”“I have walked that long road to freedom. I have tried not to falter; I have made missteps along the way. But I have discovered the secret that after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb. I have taken a moment here to rest, to steal a view of the glorious vista that surrounds me, to look back on the distance I have come. But I can only rest for a moment, for with freedom come responsibilities, and I dare not linger, for my long walk is not ended.” “One of the things I learned when I was negotiating was that until I changed myself, I could not change others.” “Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like Slavery and Apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings. Sometimes it falls on a generation to be great. YOU can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom.” +4Was this answer helpful?
5edgwQ81zP 5edgwQ81zP
on 14/2/16
The war being waged is against Christ. His life, death, and reseiructron change and inform everything. The banner we take up, more than the banner of liberty, must be the banner of Christ because He is the true Enemy and Victim of those who oppress the Church. The liberty of the Church is the freedom of Christ's action in the world. Sooner or later, it will have to come down to a stand on the question of Christ. Who do you say that I am?