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Celeste

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Celeste last won the day on February 28 2011

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  1. MPO...Many Democrats/Liberals are downplaying the long term benefits of requiring photo ID for voting and misusing statistic's (biased motives) because it actually benefits the political party THEY support. :D If we really look and analyze statistics, a 2006 survey of more than 36,000 voters found that only “23" of the 36,000 people surveyed (that's less than one-tenth of one percent of reported voters) were unable to vote because of an ID requirement. Another example would be the 2008 American University survey in Maryland, Indiana, and Mississippi that found that fewer than one-half of
  2. It is my understanding that the women would be liable to provide proof that the miscarriage occured naturally. As shown below, the bill also suggests creating a special investigating unit (uterus police) and a county registration list for fetal deaths". HB1 205 31-10-19. Preparation and filing of reports of spontaneous fetal death shall be as follows: 206 (1) When a dead fetus is delivered in an institution, the person in charge of the institution 207 or that person's designated representative shall prepare and file the report; 208 (2) When a dead fetus is delivered outside an institution
  3. Turtle, always right to the point. You make me smile. :) Thanks!
  4. "A Georgia state representative has reintroduced an anti-abortion bill that would make miscarriages a felony if the mother cannot prove there was no "human involvement." The legislation from Rep. Bobby Franklin, a Republican, would make all abortions, described as "prenatal murder," illegal based on the belief that all life begins at conception. The bill's definition of "prenatal murder" excludes miscarriages "so long as there is no human involvement whatsoever" in causing them. Anyone convicted would face the death penalty or life behind bars." Although this bill probably won't make it th
  5. From what I've read, it was only in area's where the Templars had a strong hold, like Portugal. Christopher Columbus' father-in-law was a former Templar Knight. "One of the organization's stronger outposts was in Portugal, and it is there we see one of the Templar Crosses. When the Templars were abolished, the Orders in Portugal changed their name to the Knights of Christ; hence the symbol's name Order of Christ Cross which was proudly flown from the masts of Portuguese ships during their colonisation and expansion from Europe to the rest of the world."
  6. LOL Buffy! ..."cute"..LMAO...thanks for making my night. Think I'll try that word out tonight to test his reaction..all in the name of "science" of course. ;)
  7. 6.1 in 1975. I was standing in front of the mirror when it started and I thought something was wrong with my vision when the mirror started swaying. Took me about 20 seconds to realize it was an earthquake...scared the crep out of me at 11 years old.
  8. Personally, I find the man's anatomy incredibly sexy...but when it comes down to the actual sexual attraction, it's all about the man's Pheromones for me. Just like perfumes (some contain pheromones too), they either attract and please my senses, or they out and out turn me off. The emotional side is what keeps the relationship going and always adds to the excitement. In my single days, I would actually lean over close to a man's ear and whisper something just to get the "scent "of him. With the neck and ear area being pulse points...it made for easy access as to whether I would "mesh" with
  9. I had a kidney stone in 1990. I passed out alot the first few days and ended up at the emergency room on the 3rd day. They inserted a catheter and voila! out it rolled..looked like 10 to 15 grains of sand stuck together....however my daughter has had many..the last 2 were the size of dimes and she had to have a stent put in to unblock her ureter (by the time she was admitted she had septicemia of the kidney) and 6 lithotripsy's to break them up so she could pass them. Best way to find out if their small enough to pass is with a Cat Scan..no contrast! Good luck..Dilaudid was the only thing that
  10. Though I love my pets dearly, 2 dogs, 2 cats, and a aquatic turtle, I have to admit that the actual financial cost of care can be pretty dang high. Here's a breakdown for each species: Dog food: 65.00 per month Dental products: 18.00 per month Toys: 15.00 per month Treats, etc: 10.00 per month Monthy medications for my Shih Tzu's Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (produces no tears) 95.00 Vet care annually including shots, heartguard, grooming, and boarding: 1000.00 Total Annual cost for 2 Dogs: 3436.00 + Cat Food: 65.00 per month Dental: 10.00 per month "Green" Flushable Cat Litter: 70.00
  11. I've always kept my experiences to myself, mainly due to the skeptism surrounding "sixth senses", but I'm finding that the skeptism makes my experiences that much stronger. I've had many, but here are some of the top ones. 1. While being rushed to the trauma unit in an ambulance after severing my foot and superficial femoral artery and impalling my calf on a plate glass window, I reached over to the paramedic hooking up the IV bag and congratulated him on the upcoming birth of his daughter and said to say hello to his 2 "boys". He almost fell over. I think he needed treatment for shock more
  12. I had the misfortune of contracting CA MRSA on my skin 2 years ago. Thankfully, Bactroban was able to wipe it out in 5 days. Others aren't so lucky. :eek: Since then, I've been abit paranoid and have followed up with some of the research from time to time. The scary thing about CA-MRSA starting on the skin, is the ease of which it spreads. I washed my bedding, towels, and clothes in a solution of bleach everyday for 10 days, and limited my contact with everybody. I was also told that if I started feeling ill with signs of fever, to get to the ER immediately. I still don't know how I got it,
  13. Celeste

    End Game

    Hi Infy! You make me laugh! No worries about harshness. Your opinion is well taken. Just remember that it's only my opinion at this point in life...I'd have to see alot change in order to see the possibilites of a One World Government. And just so you know my opinion isn't based upon the 45 minutes of video I watched, fear mongering or hand waving as you suggested. It's based on current events, history, living in the world of wealth, and human nature. Your right Infy. I don't know and neither do you. All we can do is speculate and form our opinions based on what we personally know, see
  14. Celeste

    End Game

    I'll give you two reasons to start: Dictatorship and Totalitarianism. Interesting video Racoon, thanks! :)
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