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Argh Not The Pony
At first sight they love you, but I just wanna plunge
I actually had such a good weekend after all the crap that happened the last couple of weeks and I think I deserved it :-) On Saturday me and Nour went to the library really early and I managed to do 1300 words which made me feel properly productive, and we went to the gym really early and we were done with that by like 3.30 and then we came home and got ready for a meal with Eline's parents and sister, and also listened to a two hour Major Lazer mix which was really fun Then we went for free food with Michael and Sebastian as well and it was really nice, we had starters and everything and I was like yaaaasss and a cocktail and wine and it was so nice to have that much food for free lol and they're such a nice family and it was just cool and nice and yeah After that, me, Nour and Sebastian went to Camilla's flat for a couple of hours and had wine and got an Uber there and back lol lazy af but convenient too, we talked to Stian and Camilla and Kathrine and Viktor and it was nice to... (more)

preacher314
power struggle
Lenten Devotion "Pilate said to them, 'Take Him yourselves and judge Him by your own law.' ..." (John 18:31a). Read John 18:28-32. Only John's Gospel shows us Jesus' trial before Annas the former high priest. Then John leaves out Jesus' official trial before Caiaphas the high priest. Instead, he jumps straight to Jesus' trial before Pontius Pilate. This trial is very strange. Jesus is brought into the official residence of the Roman military governor, but the Jewish authorities refuse to enter. Though they have no problem railroading the innocent Son of God to His death, they are careful not to defile themselves by entering the home of a Gentile. So Pilate is forced to go back and forth between Jesus and them. The trial is a bitter power struggle between Pilate and the Jewish authorities. Pilate quickly concludes Jesus is innocent and wants to set Him free. But finding himself in a very precarious position with the emperor, Pilate must handle this case very... (more)

::mY gEtaWay::
after years
As salam. Is anyone here still? Blog ini mmg dah tak active lagi. Sedang kembali aktif di sites ini; http://miszteja.blogspot.com http://gyabo.wordpress.com Maaf atas salah silap selama ini. dan terima kasih tak terhingga.

Money From Home
Searching For Methods To Successfull
y Target Your Clients Via The Web

Web advertising is frequently misunderstood. There's much more to web advertising than placing a banner ad on Facebook and waiting for guests to come to your website. The amount of choices is astounding and this short article provides some guidance on how you can pursue these choices. Adhere to these suggestions and begin an effective on-line advertising campaign. Effective Web marketers understand that they should make use of each aspect of new technologies so that they can effectively make money from home. In the event you don't adhere to trends, you'll not attract clients and then they'll just doubt you. Show your clients that you're around all the time and that you are being straight with them and that you are acquainted with new ideas. They will respect you for this. Make it a point to study trade magazines and newspapers in order to help keep current on new trends and new technologies. You may have the ability to get a headstart on a brand new trend, but only if you study... (more)

The Common Ills
Iraq snapshot
Iraq snapshot Saturday, March 28, 2015. Chaos and violence continue, John Allen spins fantasies for Congress, how firing Allen could buy Barack some time, "excesses" and much more. Amira El-Fekki (DNE) reports: Egypt announced its support for UN efforts to seek a political solution to the conflict in Libya, yet warned of the possible ‘lengthy’ time period needed for peaceful negotiations to conclude.“We cannot ask the Libyan people to endure the fire of terrorism until a political solution is reached,” President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said Saturday, in his opening speech at the Arab League Summit in Sharm El-Sheikh. The Libyan people shouldn't have to, no. But haven't the Iraqi people been forced to? And not just for a few months or even for a year but for years -- plural. The US government (under Bully Boy Bush) demanded in 2006 that Nouri al-Maliki be made prime minister. From 2006 through 2010, he accomplished nothing and his failures were somewhat hidden by the fact... (more)




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