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Makes more sense than your usual posts
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Yeeesh.

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A scandal than goes across to football
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And then SamShark said "I want no deal, and I want it now".

When someone has this kind of influence, it's hard to tell where to begin. The fact that he has such strong and constant connections in politics gives the impression that he needs no convincing or support; and so we have the story of the late Bob Hawke making a deal with Bob Menzies, where they both thought they would get things done, but the other side simply couldn't work out how. Menzies said to Hawke, "Well, when will we get this sorted?" And Hawke replied "It might be in your future". Then suddenly the Government found itself faced with a crisis, where there'd been a change of leadership in the Coalition, and the Prime Minister, David Rudd, didn't like that. To keep their Coalition, Menzies needed a deal, so he could stay on as Prime Minister, with no leadership challenge. If Hawke had said "I'm sorry; I'm not on those terms, I'm not going to give up my place", Menzies would have said, "Go for it, and I
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One up the bum, no harm done.

My next stop was a local coffee house. The owner was a young man with dark hair and a nice haircut. He introduced himself as a photographer named Tom from Los Angelos. He said that he was in town to shoot the new album, and he was hoping I'd sign up for the session.

Before I knew it, the morning went by in a blur. A huge stack of autographs and photos was waiting. I signed four pictures. I also had a signed copy of the new album. This was a first. It was amazing. In an instant, my world was flipped upside-down.

But I didn't leave. I stayed and signed another book and talked with Tom again. This time he gave me a number to call if I wanted to pick up the autograph album.

I headed to the number, which was 1-877-555-0272. The guy there said that he'd call back. I tried calling, and he had a dead air. I figured he was dead, or something had run him
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Delving deeper

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Are Wales the worst rwc semi-finalists of all time?

Viktor: I would say yes

D: What is your favourite Welsh place you've been to?

Viktor: Wrexham. I loved it.

D: What is the dream date for you?

Viktor: Christmas. If we get home by 5-th then I'll take a shower.

D: What are your plans for Christmas and a new year?

Viktor: Have a lot of sex

D: What's your favourite Welsh word?

Viktor: Vynlle!

D: What Welsh word have you used the most since starting out?

Viktor: Vynlle!

D: What Welsh words have been translated to English that you don't speak?

Viktor: I haven't been able to think of any.

D: Your favourite Welsh dish?

Viktor: Welsh cod. (It's usually called codfish)
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This is a goldmine
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Wales has the highest number of white vans in the world per capita.

The average Welsh driver is also the worst in the EU.

While it's not the first time the issue has come on to the political agenda, it's the most high-profile campaign involving Wales being waged against an EU referendum.

A poll carried out for Stonewall found that 40% of residents support the UK leaving the EU.

The poll reveals that 38% of the population believe there's a better relationship between Wales and the rest of Europe than there is between Wales and the British state.

This compares to 39% in August 2015 and 45% in June 2014.

There is increasing public support for a return to a Welsh-only referendum in order to give the public a say on the issue.

A cross-party group of politicians and politicians have been fighting to make referendums in Wales. Wales has the highest number of white vans in the world per capita.
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EverReady wrote:Are the Welsh actual pit monkey's or have they evolved further than that?!

As for the Welsh' own pit monkeys (Hippopotamian pindus) or 'Hindus' (in the Indo-Aryan or Sanskrit language):

"They have some form of a 'pit' with very large paws, a long 'tail' and a distinctive, oval-shaped head crest, like a halo of clouds… The term Hindoo is a shortened form of the Sanskrit 'bhakti,' which in turn is from the Sanskrit word, 'bhakta.' 'HINDU' is also the English word for monkey"

You must have heard about the legend of the Monkey King or 'Big Red'. This famous monkey-king was a highly respected king of Gauteng.

He came from a royal family. It is not certain whether he used human sacrifice for his protection, if he was a cannibal, if he was an animal worshipper, or an expert hunter as many believe. The legend of Red Dragon states "The great king of Wales is a monkey"
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What are the swarm?

The word "swarm" was suggested to me by an interview with the president of my company, which was recently added to the list of companies that are participating in the event. His first response was "it sounds like we're the second coming of the great swarms of the 1960s." When I was first introduced to this particular concept, in fact I referred the term as swarming. Then I got into the practice myself, and realized that it referred to many smaller, less coordinated and harder working types of activity. As the years went on, though, I found my understanding of swarm activity to be increasingly broad and expanded to encompass much more than just individual organizations. This includes a large group of people with a common interest in pursuing a mission, a social organization, a political or other interest, or some other group or activity that does not involve any single individual with the name "swarm."

In more recent years, there has been a growing interest in using the term "multicultural swarming". While many people still use the word "swarming,"
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happyhooker wrote:Makes more sense than your usual posts
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Should Scotland be relegated from the Six Nations Rugby after their world cupl effort ?"

If this sounds familiar, it's a response to an article recently submitted by a supporter of the cause of Scottish independence, Mr and Mrs D. (pronounced "dee-dee") Millington, who asked their views on Scotland joining the European Union.

When I checked back on the page today, it was a full two days old, and one hundred one people had replied:

"Scotland being in the Six Nations would be very dangerous for those who believe in a Scotland in Europe. If Scotland was removed from the Six Nations, it would be a political disaster for this country and would lead to a huge financial and social problem. Scots could be forced to relocate to countries where they would have no influence as a country...If Scotland were not in the Six Nations, Scotland would be a failed state. A nation run up the wall by one corrupt, self-serving government, where everyone in it was being used for their own benefit."
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Cabbage is a sore loser and man child because for all his apparent brilliance, he's not quite as good as a man who was better than him even when it mattered. A man without courage or a man without heart knows nothing about life. He's no good at love, and he's a coward before the battle. A coward after the battle, too, which is an awful lot.
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That A.I. is absolute ratshit.

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English beer is too substandard and warm to a great degree," writes author William P. Ruggles. "The most obvious way to change it is to add an ale style."

"The problem is this beer is basically an old style," says Ruggles. "To change it you need to make a totally different beer that has much higher alcohol."

But you don't want to make an ale that's more-or-less traditional.

"I'm all for experimentation," says Ruggles. "But you need a really good beer to do it."

One of the best ways to do that is to start with an established style. "So, I said, 'Alright, I can do something traditional, what's the worst-case scenario? Well, what's the beer I have to brew today, where I want it to be now,' because most of my recipes are old,'" says Ruggles. "And I said, 'You know what, I'm doing something completely different.'

"And it took me about ten to fifteen years to figure
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iarmhiman wrote:English beer is too substandard and warm to a great degree," writes author William P. Ruggles. "The most obvious way to change it is to add an ale style."

"The problem is this beer is basically an old style," says Ruggles. "To change it you need to make a totally different beer that has much higher alcohol."

But you don't want to make an ale that's more-or-less traditional.

"I'm all for experimentation," says Ruggles. "But you need a really good beer to do it."

One of the best ways to do that is to start with an established style. "So, I said, 'Alright, I can do something traditional, what's the worst-case scenario? Well, what's the beer I have to brew today, where I want it to be now,' because most of my recipes are old,'" says Ruggles. "And I said, 'You know what, I'm doing something completely different.'

"And it took me about ten to fifteen years to figure
I've heard people say almost exactly this!!!
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How do you wipe your arse?," he asked with a smirk. "It's called anal dilation." "I'm glad I stopped you," she said, and then giggled. "I thought I was going to vomit before and was getting a migraine." "That's good," he said, "I'm glad that you got that too." She grinned, pulling her panties back down. "You like? The first time I had anal, it was like a blast. My asshole was twitching and I felt it's tightening like there's a balloon in it." "That could cause problems," he said, and then looked in her rear end, noticing her pussy lips. She made a sound and he started laughing. "I think so too." They went back to the couch and sat on opposite sides of it, her legs on either side of him. "Do you like this?" he asked, and she blushed for some strange reason which he thought may have been related to some sort of lubrication being applied to her. "Yes," she said, "I love having it around."
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EverReady wrote::lol: read on Chins
"Maybe I should put one side at the bottom and one at the top" :lol:
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Hey Theo! Where did you put that bottle of champagne?!" Her father called her name, with concern. She turned to look at his angry face, but the expression didn't change. The last thing she remembered from the past few days were some strange figures, flying down the cliff, and that horrible smell.

"Dad, are you okay?" She felt her body shaking as she looked at him. She asked. A very real fear entered her heart, because her parents always knew how she felt, and always told her that it was okay to be scared. She had already experienced being scared on a plane, that was something she learned to have the guts to do. The only thing she had been afraid of, was being left behind, like everyone else.

"No, just the smell. I don't know what happened." She looked at his shoulder, but the only thing he noticed was that his father's eyes were watering with worry. Theo was already on his way back, but she took a moment to grab her phone. She texted.

"Oh no, my dad is worried. Please wait a minute, I'll explain in a sec."

Her father had already
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Cabbage wrote:Go to https://talktotransformer.com/
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Man this is insane. Thank you.
I’ll ignore everyone and everything today.

I think religion will gradually become less and less important."

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In an editorial, the Pew Forum argued that the number of Muslims in the world has "shrunk from 50 million in 1991 to 20 million today, or about .5 percent of the world's population." But it also stated that Islamic fundamentalism has "made major inroads."

"By the end of 2016 there will be approximately 25 million Muslims living in the world," the report said in reference to the total population of the world.

On September 11, 2001, the Pew Forum noted that "almost half of the global Muslim population (48 percent) believes that terrorism 'is either mostly or completely justified.'" A Gallup International poll conducted in August 2015 found that 74 percent of the world's Muslims surveyed supported the need for an independent international court to investigate human rights violations.


In its report, the Pew Forum also claimed that in 2015 more than a third of the world's Muslims said the "international community takes too much responsibility for the Palestinian issue."
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She pursued a job in the porn industry as well. When she was 21, she was paid $75,000 for "sexy" scenes, mostly with young, thin and skinny guys. There was a big boomlet in her career—a guy like D, she figured, would only work at the company for two years, and then get fired. But she felt good doing sex work, even if she didn't think she was making any money. So, in 2008, she decided she wanted to make porn professionally, as a full-time porn star, and not just as a college student.

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One for sneaker
And now a hush spreads over the ground as we prepare for the first lineout. After the first lineout I start looking for the loose lineout. It can be easily seen by the fact that the ball is in the air before the defender makes his first move. So what should we look for? The loose lineout is an easy target because the team with the ball has a large advantage in time to take it, and they have plenty of time to run the line, but as soon as the ball carrier is in the air as soon as he touches the ground it's game over.

So how do we keep an eye on that loose lineout? Well the easiest way is to identify where the loose one will be. To start there are two techniques. The first is to take a video of every loose lineout, and try to note where the loose one would be. Another option would be to go to the field and try to catch the loose one there. This can actually make the game a lot more entertaining as you watch as the loose one breaks the line. But how to find it in the first place? The loose lineouts are often
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Enzedder wrote:One for sneaker
And now a hush spreads over the ground as we prepare for the first lineout. After the first lineout I start looking for the loose lineout. It can be easily seen by the fact that the ball is in the air before the defender makes his first move. So what should we look for? The loose lineout is an easy target because the team with the ball has a large advantage in time to take it, and they have plenty of time to run the line, but as soon as the ball carrier is in the air as soon as he touches the ground it's game over.

So how do we keep an eye on that loose lineout? Well the easiest way is to identify where the loose one will be. To start there are two techniques. The first is to take a video of every loose lineout, and try to note where the loose one would be. Another option would be to go to the field and try to catch the loose one there. This can actually make the game a lot more entertaining as you watch as the loose one breaks the line. But how to find it in the first place? The loose lineouts are often
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Will the all blacks beat england


This is a video that shows a bunch of white guys beating up some black guys.


https://youtu.be/m8_LfBK3Wqg


This is a video of a white man hitting a black woman on a dance floor.


https://youtu.be/0XJGJ2g0b1Y


All in all, not a good start.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2X6bOIYb1Y?t=6m28s


There you have it. More than any single incident the black people have done to black people, the whites still haven't learned a thing from it. No one is going to stop it. They just can't be bothered. They'll just make a new one.


What about the kids? What about the next generation?


You people can't do this shit to children. They just can't.
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