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MoJoRiSin 10-20-2009 08:59 PM

:D:D:D

MoJoRiSin 10-21-2009 07:28 PM

post 2 things that are not related and do not belong together

http://www.zefrank.com/explicit/

and an image that is not related either:

http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/transcende...aricature.html

MoJoRiSin 10-21-2009 07:29 PM

^ working on a dream should be the background music

MoJoRiSin 10-24-2009 04:36 PM

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The Word of the Day for October 24 is:

gruntle \GRUN-tul\ verb
: to put in a good humor

Example sentence:
The hour wait irked us, but once we were seated, we were immediately gruntled by an amiable waiter.

Did you know?
The verb "disgruntle," which has been around since 1682, means "to make ill-humored or discontented." The prefix "dis-" often means "to do the opposite of," so people might naturally assume that if there is a "disgruntle," there must have first been a "gruntle" with exactly the opposite meaning. But actually, "dis-" doesn’t always work that way -- in some rare cases it functions instead as an intensifier. "Disgruntle" developed from this intensifying sense of "dis-" plus "gruntle," an old word meaning "to grumble." In the 1920s, a writer humorously used "gruntle" to mean "to make happy" -- in other words, as an antonym of "disgruntle." The use caught on. At first "gruntle" was used only in humorous ways, but people eventually began to use it seriously as well.

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MoJoRiSin 10-25-2009 11:33 PM

post something that you thought of that made you laugh today ::

between 4 and 4:30 i was driving and i heard
Working Class Hero on the air
It didn't really sound like John Lennon to me so i
listened to the entire thing then the DJ notes that it is in fact John Lennon
what word immediately pops into my head?
>pheasants:)

now i am aware this ^ probably won't make anyone else laugh
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and btw if you never got around to downloading
tha Fourth Towere of Inverness mp3
today is the day to do so
if you are short on funds your local library either has it
or can get it through their inter library loan program
just call and ask for it

until mañana ...
ox L,Mo

MoJoRiSin 10-27-2009 06:37 PM

as it is written.....
 
"At the age of eighteen years he was mustered into the standing army of Germany, which was then the law the same as it is now, and no poor German boy was exempt from this ordeal. After serving this time of three years in the German army he returned home, and was married soon after, to whom I do not know. To he and his good wife, our great-great-grandmother, three children were born, two daughters and a son. At about this time Frederick the Great conceived the idea of having a bodyguard of the largest men, and the largest bodyguard in the world. All the men of this bodyguard must be six feet or over in height. He issued his order to his commanding officers, who hunted all over Europe to get his number. This bodyguard was to be one thousand men. Of this number, our great-great-grandfather was one. He measured six feet, four inches in his stocking feet."

MoJoRiSin 10-30-2009 03:20 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYjNqVC2l0c

MoJoRiSin 10-31-2009 08:18 PM

> LAST NAME GAME....Don't spoil it for others! Rules: It's harder than it
> looks! Hit forward, erase my answers, enter yours and send it on to 10
> people, including me. Use the 1st letter OF YOUR LAST NAME to answer each of
> the following questions. They have to be real places, names,things, nothing
> made up. Use different answers if the person in front of you had the same
> 1st initial. You can't use your name for the boy/girl question.


> 1. What is your last name? Kelly

> 2. A 4 Letter Word: Kite

> 3. A Boys name: Greg

> 4. A Girls name: Gretchen

> 5. An occupation: Grocer


> 6. A color: Green

> 7. Something you wear: gown

> 8. Beverage: ginger ale

> 9. A food: gummy bears

> 10. Something found in the bathroom: gel

> 11 A place: Google earth

> 12.A Reason for being late: Grande Latte line

> 13. Something you shout: GET OVER IT! :)
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MoJoRiSin 11-01-2009 04:32 PM

(the actual name of a now defunct political party in america)

MoJoRiSin 11-02-2009 07:37 PM

i love youse guys ! ! !

MoJoRiSin 11-03-2009 03:46 AM

images, what's on your mind ::

i do not see anything wrong with it

MoJoRiSin 11-03-2009 03:57 AM

until we meet again (mañana)
Yours, Mo

MoJoRiSin 11-04-2009 06:12 PM

wow 'wobbly'
:) :) now we're getting somewhere !
!:) :)

MoJoRiSin 11-07-2009 02:33 PM

who needs these words right now?
a little birdie told me someone does
so here ::

a hiatus is not the same as a break up
((God hates divorce))

MoJoRiSin 11-07-2009 02:34 PM

i love youse guys!
 
also
this is cool
really cool
to me
anyhow
tomorrow is 11.8 as it happens! :)
http://scribd.com/doc/13425896


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