XwJkRcUFyb 2013-04-07 07:42:00|
buy tramadol no rx tramadol make u high - tramadol 50mg norsk
sQAauzrwya 2013-04-07 05:55:00|
buy tramadol online no prescription overnight tramadol hcl drug class - buy tramadol online overnight
kWYnthhpYy 2013-04-07 05:32:00|
cialis online xanax effects abuse - xanax 3mg
bQEqmsLRRM 2013-04-07 04:12:00|
buy ultram ultram zoloft - ultram overdose symptoms
vLjysNIJNP 2013-04-07 03:34:00|
buy discount tramadol buy tramadol online without rx - 100mg of tramadol high
UKvMeZtBTG 2013-04-07 01:29:00|
buy soma drug interactions soma neurontin - buy soma intimates usa
KtcEeUUYKO 2013-04-07 12:31:00|
buy tramadol buy tramadol cod overnight - illegal to get tramadol online
nahceROnNW 2013-04-07 12:06:00|
buy tramadol online no prescription cheap tramadol questions - order tramadol medication
ENByahPBfL 2013-04-07 10:51:00|
buy cheap cialis xanax side effects elderly - xanax pictures of pills generic
WAPJGZBSkz 2013-04-07 10:17:00|
tramadol online tramadol hydrochloride 100mg used - tramadol hcl 50 mg get you high
DfHSpgwinj 2013-04-07 08:06:00|
buy soma online buy soma online overnight delivery - online pharmacy reviews soma
jrEVxIqjXc 2013-04-07 07:33:00|
buy tramadol online order tramadol online without script - tramadol dosage chart
kKPoDJEUtX 2013-04-07 06:17:00|
tramadol 50mg tramadol contraindications - tramadol hcl 50mg tab mylan
toIsnMMooE 2013-04-07 05:32:00|
buy tramadol tramadol for dogs - tramadol without prescription
AdEcQFPQbk 2013-04-07 04:47:00|
buy tramadol online tramadol drug - order tramadol online no prescription overnight
QXorGIMvsB 2013-04-07 03:58:00|
cialis online 4 mg xanax side effects - drug interactions of xanax
SYJYfgRRcP 2013-04-07 02:42:00|
buy soma online soma 350 mg to get high - soma muscle cramps
wBBMWNyHeA 2013-04-07 01:23:00|
watch welcome to the punch onlinme Wm welcome to the punch online stream SYgq watch welcome to the punchonline
euiDszDteZ 2013-04-07 12:47:00|
http://www.bewhatiwanttobe.com/usa/buycialis/#45960 order cialis online - cialis online drugs
ymPDKCNtSt 2013-04-07 12:18:00|
cheap tramadol buy tramadol online no prescription cheap - order tramadol online tennessee
KdrklWwlpv 2013-04-06 11:20:00|
tramadol online can buy tramadol usa - tramadol online no rx
QFJNJLAUoZ 2013-04-06 11:19:00|
watch olympus has fallen online movie2k sy watch olympus has fallen streaming NxiX where can i watch olympus has fallen online free streaming
rOFoLbqwIn 2013-04-06 10:06:00|
buy tramadol online tramadol 100mg/1ml - tramadol buy online
OgeNXVYqxC 2013-04-06 09:34:00|
generic cialis xanax bars anxiety - white round pill generic xanax
hCjuJfQMSU 2013-04-06 09:03:00|
buy soma online buy soma online texas - buy soma with cod
GnxNahHsrt 2013-04-06 08:31:00|
buy tramadol tramadol 50 mg premature ejaculation - by tramadol online
SNEeGwMzzz 2013-04-06 07:36:00|
generic cialis cialis wiki - cialis online coupon
GWlnmTPeWv 2013-04-06 06:49:00|
g i joe retaliation streaming for free gI watch g i joe retaliation online ZZQz g i joe retaliation streaming
TKEfHEFfws 2013-04-06 06:25:00|
http://www.idplate.com/m/tramadol50mg/#6923 best website buy tramadol - buy tramadol with cod delivery
wnxqTeHXJY 2013-04-06 05:59:00|
http://www.mfg.com/usa/tramadolonline/#56321 tramadol overdose side effects - buy tramadol store
RjFjPikVfS 2013-04-06 05:54:00|
free love and honor FN love and honor streaming aYnL watch love and honor movie2k
hmlHnZatKN 2013-04-06 05:24:00|
the croods movie watch online free vz the croods online stream KCTP watch the croods full movie online free no download
jInPAtLOqm 2013-04-06 05:08:00|
watch g i joe retaliation 1 channel fR g i joe retaliation streaming YqbU watch g i joe retaliation onlinew
wxGsrOdCgA 2013-04-06 04:47:00|
http://globalhealthaction.org/usa/buytramadolonline/#58634 tramadol 50 mg kern - tramadol withdrawal opiate
XpYLxkhdje 2013-04-06 03:43:00|
buy somas online buy soma from usa - soma 853
mKHXSbXpZi 2013-04-06 03:05:00|
soma drug soma san diego bring me horizon - buy-soma
TvUaOAwEdW 2013-04-06 03:03:00|
http://www.artservemichigan.org/usa/cialisonline/#23875 xanax withdrawal is hell - xanax side effects loss of appetite
buy sildenafil online 2013-04-06 02:34:00|
citrate - citrate
CpSOXHoSqr 2013-04-06 02:27:00|
cialis professional cialis 10 mg reviews - cialis online discreet
CZPfFDVNYx 2013-04-06 12:52:00|
tramadol online tramadol 50 mg kapsler - buy tramadol online no prescription cod
UrWeJwQnIj 2013-04-06 12:39:00|
admission stream YL admission online streaming xUEm ver admission online
rpJxTmspaj 2013-04-06 11:40:00|
tramadol 50 mg buy tramadol online no prescription mastercard - tramadol hcl indications
znSdclSrFI 2013-04-06 10:59:00|
online streaming of the host EJ the host watch online free qNPC watch the host online trailer
WksEmTCqgF 2013-04-06 10:15:00|
http://www.animefanlistings.org/usa/buysomaonline/#16453 generic somatropin price - can you buy soma online
tXpCQwDUPj 2013-04-06 09:30:00|
buy soma can you buy soma in usa - soma for sale cheap
ENvQRGViOj 2013-04-06 08:47:00|
buy cialis cialis online ricetta - cialis 800mg
yLdZclLRiW 2013-04-06 08:44:00|
http://msanational.org/usa/buycialisonline/#40712 cialis price daily use - how to order cialis online safely
YMzsBCRdAJ 2013-04-06 07:22:00|
tramadol online buy tramadol online overnight shipping - tramadol dosage buzz
cJtRJNNKVI 2013-04-06 06:25:00|
buy tramadol online tramadol hcl drug interactions - buy tramadol online without script
aDkBFaiwwv 2013-04-06 06:17:00|
cialis online cheap xanax without rx - xanax yellow side effects
SzYOpqmpnx 2013-04-06 04:41:00|
http://www.animefanlistings.org/usa/buysomaonline/#16982 soma pills brave new world - soma drug screen
dQIIWFOADF 2013-04-06 04:35:00|
wacth olympus has fallen online bn watch olympus has fallen streaming itIs olympus has fallen online fre
ITNNWATItH 2013-04-06 03:58:00|
soma medication online pharmacy reviews soma - soma san diego interpol
lxlnvmDjZZ 2013-04-06 03:51:00|
when will welcome to the punch be online free LQ welcome to the punch online streaming Rdnt welcome to the punch movie watch online free
gKiQkCchss 2013-04-06 03:00:00|
generic cialis cialis online usa pharmacy - cialis online real
uSJOwkEDLh 2013-04-06 02:35:00|
watch love and honor online free megashare OU love and honor watch online free Jnce watch love and honor for free
vVRnFvbOJD 2013-04-06 01:26:00|
http://www.mfg.com/usa/tramadolonline/#14762 tramadol get you high - tramadol overdose liver failure
aLTmuVNwWM 2013-04-06 01:15:00|
http://globalhealthaction.org/usa/buytramadolonline/#36452 tramadol 750 mg - vicodin tramadol withdrawal symptoms addiction
UChvdQMKyl 2013-04-06 12:31:00|
buy cialis online generic cialis online reviews - cialis online pharmacy
buy nolvadex online 2013-04-05 11:18:00|
nolvadex - buy nolvadex
WskblFKRnx 2013-04-05 10:51:00|
buy soma 350mg soma chef costa rica - soma hindu
cdRCQuJUbP 2013-04-05 10:29:00|
buy soma 350mg cheap furniture soma - soma pills sale
EBnXpJAnvj 2013-04-05 10:21:00|
and over online UH g i joe retaliation online nlQF free g i joe retaliation free streaming
YPqJLCOxFV 2013-04-05 09:15:00|
buy cialis cheapest cialis online usa - cialis online review online pharmacy
TJhSPHgWmN 2013-04-05 08:09:00|
watch the croods online fB watch the croods online free UIie watch the croods oniine
KXtgKNGHUM 2013-04-05 08:01:00|
http://globalhealthaction.org/usa/buytramadolonline/#53871 buy tramadol hydrochloride online - much tramadol overdose dog
DFDBggtYXt 2013-04-05 07:53:00|
http://www.artservemichigan.org/usa/cialisonline/#70126 generic xanax used - buy xanax online overnight
tEvxRefwlo 2013-03-31 06:50:00|
http://nastynets.com/pages/buyxanaxonline/#91634 side effects going off xanax - how much 2mg xanax
wvRGmagJwn 2013-03-30 09:50:00|
http://msdssource.com/futurism/buytramadolonline/#11549 order tramadol next day delivery - tramadol hcl for anxiety
NPpSCBXJvE 2013-03-30 01:39:00|
http://sacredmomentsproducts.com/#90714 xanax bars green s 90 3 - xanax .75 mg a day
eaFBDdgTAM 2013-03-30 12:22:00|
alprazolam drug alprazolam 1mg tablets side effects - xanax recreational use
ZHnBaisQCO 2013-03-30 07:55:00|
http://utilitran.net/#30608 buy somatropin thailand - soma 700 mg
jiwblahYis 2013-03-30 02:24:00|
soma online soma muscle relaxer narcotic - soma drug detection time
NCJvCxMJwp 2013-03-29 07:04:00|
tramadol 50mg tramadolonlinepharmacy - tramadol with hydrocodone
pudkOzjWVd 2013-03-29 03:22:00|
http://utilitran.net/#28690 soma san diego mapquest - order soma online texas
TRJiKKELLi 2013-03-29 10:27:00|
xanax sale buy 1 mg xanax online - xanax quotes for myspace
kdhIYxAyAR 2013-03-29 09:54:00|
soma online soma san diego stage - soma generic name
IEFkdTfQbW 2013-03-29 08:45:00|
xanax online generic xanax xr 3 mg - xanax pills what are they used for
EIwOuQMqYW 2013-03-29 04:15:00|
soma drug soma drug test results - buy soma online florida
PxQZPPSTXv 2013-03-29 01:53:00|
http://chopcare.com/#3928 tramadol ultram online - ultram 100 mg sustained release
owMxKcMsHk 2013-03-28 10:47:00|
http://utilitran.net/#30608 buy soma us - soma discount coupon codes
hTtCsfqxeS 2013-03-28 09:05:00|
http://sacredmomentsproducts.com/#32175 xanax side effects appetite - fatal drug interactions xanax
TlLQKOJYQt 2013-03-28 05:18:00|
soma online where to buy sytropin spray - order soma overnight cod
vyGcgEQXHt 2013-03-28 03:27:00|
xanax online xanax bars fake - xanax drug how long in system
yzUtTUuKot 2013-03-28 02:29:00|
online pharmacy ultram ultram dosage for migraines - ultram white pill
fspdtdmVoz 2013-03-28 12:24:00|
http://frozenglow.com/#5827 what is xanax used for recreation - xanax quick acting
XRYRyaTxMI 2013-03-28 12:09:00|
ambien 5 death from ambien and alcohol - proper dosage ambien
BBzIzgPMHQ 2013-03-28 11:56:00|
cheap soma online soma juice - soma online cheap
AUdCTdGwLy 2013-03-28 09:42:00|
http://sacredmomentsproducts.com/#40623 xanax drug with alcohol - lexapro generic xanax
wwmuxtUoWk 2013-03-28 06:48:00|
http://netinfra.net/#9733 ambien side effects heart palpitations - generic ambien cr release date
fPgTRRLJSD 2013-03-28 06:22:00|
http://utilitran.net/#10832 soma usa - soma drug class
RDzrfJUnwo 2013-03-28 04:22:00|
http://sacredmomentsproducts.com/#30574 what are the different kinds of xanax pills - xanax dosage .75
QYRCfRuDiM 2013-03-28 01:59:00|
buy ambien schedule drug ambien cr - ambien sleep structure
QQsAQevcYW 2013-03-28 01:14:00|
soma online cheap haircut soma - buy soma cheap no prescription
MPxfGFjdcn 2013-03-27 09:15:00|
ambien does 5mg generic ambien look like - ambien cr patent expiration
RKXsPnaOpm 2013-03-27 08:07:00|
cheap xanax xanax side effects bad dreams - xanax withdrawal vomiting
QlWcRhGvJp 2013-03-27 08:06:00|
soma online soma pajamas - buy soma online pharmacy
XUxGyvsbvs 2013-03-27 06:01:00|
http://lablink.org/#36902 tramadol 50mg high - order tramadol cash on delivery
fQZzSqqUBr 2013-03-27 04:31:00|
buy ambien online ambien buy online no prescription - ambien + false positive + drug screen
kxPJFbYVua 2013-03-27 03:02:00|
http://utilitran.net/#91607 aura soma online store - soma restaurants
PuPWuWldfN 2013-03-27 12:52:00|
http://lablink.org/#12964 tramadol for dogs kidneys - tramadol high much
GYDzdOSyeS 2013-03-27 11:45:00|
buy ambien online 80mg ambien - ambien sleep cycle
TOJBNSNKxA 2013-03-27 09:36:00|
http://frozenglow.com/#6993 xanax effects elderly - xanax 2 mg snorting
AlqRNNNtzR 2013-03-27 02:51:00|
soma cheap buy soma 350 mg online - soma 79984 bra
QWvDgYzdwk 2013-03-26 11:18:00|
http://technologiesuae.com/#7273 ativan vs xanax drug test - images for generic xanax
RqmThpdikQ 2013-03-26 10:51:00|
ultram 100mg ultram dosage for high - tramadol 50 mg generic ultram
MrcRUrATaR 2013-03-26 10:15:00|
http://netinfra.net/#7416 many ambien high - ambien for sleep
NoOQgycpmf 2013-03-26 09:58:00|
buy carisoprodol carisoprodol controlled drug - carisoprodol 350 mg side effects
gOTgducuLN 2013-03-26 08:33:00|
purchase soma soma san diego beer - legal to buy soma online
WbZNlWILoR 2013-03-26 06:33:00|
cheap tramadol online tramadol high alcohol - how to order tramadol
lBAuREZGpM 2013-03-26 04:40:00|
cheap ultram online ultram 100mg dosage - ultram 200 er
mhPNtCQRMs 2013-03-26 04:18:00|
buy carisoprodol online carisoprodol 446 - carisoprodol 100mg
tbBGqxzafz 2013-03-26 11:24:00|
xanax how much does generic xanax cost - long do effects xanax 1mg last
FWTLKsFqiC 2013-03-26 11:04:00|
http://cmpbs.org/sharing/buytramadolonline/#1493 can take tramadol high blood pressure - tramadol gives me energy
IYbVCCZPcl 2013-03-26 09:51:00|
ultram 50mg ultram long term use - ultram 100mg er
ceuECxyTrc 2013-03-26 09:47:00|
ambien cost ambien cr ingredients - ambien cr side effects webmd
uEphCwmdHZ 2013-03-26 09:34:00|
http://parfumeemporium.com/#9024 alprazolam 0.5 mg tablet myl - xanax .50 mg side effects
mJCxytNAaU 2013-03-26 08:40:00|
http://frozenglow.com/#2mg xanax how long in system - order xanax online australia
qjoBMRGtIW 2013-03-26 06:10:00|
buy carisoprodol cheap listaflex carisoprodol 350 mg para sirve - carisoprodol with vicodin
cDdZxswLTm 2013-03-26 04:06:00|
buy alprazolam online without prescription xanax high 1 mg - xanax dosage by color
weQMjgpREU 2013-03-26 03:19:00|
http://chopcare.com/#3928 what is ultram er 100mg used for - ultram use caution
GZgvzvqFEK 2013-03-26 01:51:00|
xanax medication xanax high - xanax half life drug test
UBEjDeMFrY 2013-03-25 11:40:00|
buy ambien online ambien overdose how many milligrams - ambien overdose dogs
pcIdZcJdPg 2013-03-25 09:06:00|
buy ultram online mail order ultram - ultram 50mg strong
LNDekojCVb 2013-03-25 04:38:00|
buy cheap carisoprodol carisoprodol generic soma - soma carisoprodol no prescription
nudONyOHJW 2013-03-25 02:57:00|
buy ultram online buy ultram 50 mg online - buy ultram online usa
uYgzMyhSIm 2013-03-25 01:20:00|
alprazolam much does 1mg xanax cost - 1.5 mg xanax effects
AdoGSQmrGP 2013-03-25 10:53:00|
buy carisoprodol online carisoprodol 350 mg espanol - zanaflex vs carisoprodol
UbksluLNGL 2013-03-25 09:40:00|
http://www.eldredgelibrary.org/wp-content/upgrade/tramadolonline/#use tramadol youtube - tramadol generic
yzJeqbFIAq 2013-03-25 05:05:00|
http://deaf4christ.org/#cheap carisoprodol drug category - carisoprodol drug screen
eqFhhipunc 2013-03-25 12:18:00|
purchase ambien ambien high blood pressure meds - ambien 10 mg street price
UXNLmSWwSU 2013-03-24 11:36:00|
generic xanax xanax withdrawal brain zaps - xanax under tongue
RUaSnrPWQr 2013-03-24 11:29:00|
http://deaf4christ.org/#9283 carisoprodol vicodin - soma carisoprodol controlled substance
EugvOgSWPK 2013-03-24 10:54:00|
http://chopcare.com/#9284 ultram pain pill - street price ultram 50 mg
IlGigZIxpP 2013-03-24 09:29:00|
http://frozenglow.com/#7002 xanax cost - xanax pills wiki
FpZIdLLUAJ 2013-03-24 06:37:00|
http://netinfra.net/#9733 ambien drug use - ambien cr generic now
IxAUtRFbWG 2013-03-24 05:58:00|
http://deaf4christ.org/#usa carisoprodol 350 mg generic for - soma carisoprodol side effects
DSGrwnFWVU 2013-03-24 04:53:00|
ultram 50mg ultram dosage 100mg - ultram for pain side effects
ZGXZVGilGb 2013-03-24 04:01:00|
http://www.eldredgelibrary.org/wp-content/upgrade/tramadolonline/#1803 safe to buy ultram online - òðàìàäîë öåíà
wluCmdifKD 2013-03-24 12:57:00|
buy generic ambien generic ambien narcotic - ambien narcotic drug
yZsEGlyJqA 2013-03-24 12:17:00|
buy carisoprodol soma carisoprodol tablets 250 - carisoprodol 350 mg and xanax
YAdhfYLDHI 2013-03-24 10:50:00|
order ultram online ultram no prescription - buy cheap ultram cod
NDfncHvsmQ 2013-03-24 08:39:00|
tramadol 50 tramadol hcl constipation - ultram for sale online
wPdFySjBjK 2013-03-24 07:26:00|
buy ambien online ambien facts - ambien side effects in women
uOwizJdRGr 2013-03-24 06:45:00|
xanax no prescription online xanax effects anxiety - what does xanax and alcohol do
pUxizagUdf 2013-03-24 06:18:00|
buy carisoprodol online carisoprodol wiki - soma carisoprodol effects
yGEnGWOQAD 2013-03-24 05:32:00|
http://myanmarhoneyworld.com/#1mg 1mg xanax is equal to how much valium - 4mg xanax high
iJszBOFkoD 2013-03-24 04:46:00|
buy ultram pill ultram 50 mg - generic drug for ultram
XdFootrrVY 2013-03-24 01:57:00|
buy zolpidem ambien dosage bluelight - ambien mg doses
EeTEgHpNTQ 2013-03-23 10:45:00|
buy ultram online ultram street cost - ultram can you get high
qxrZmcmBiG 2013-03-23 10:10:00|
http://frozenglow.com/#6993 xanax pill types - xanax side effects common
cwpmTzJbcQ 2013-03-23 08:31:00|
buy ambien online ambien cr generic price - ambien pill look like
DdxCWfmnor 2013-03-23 07:25:00|
xanax sale xanax side effects numbness - xanax online overnight shipping
buy aciphex 2013-03-23 04:42:00|
generic of aciphex - cheap aciphex no prescription
gIpAXjwrrD 2013-03-23 04:34:00|
buy ultram online cost of ultram er - ultram help with opiate withdrawal
CnhndncBJs 2013-03-23 03:05:00|
http://netinfra.net/#6138 side effects of ambien 10 mg - side effects of ambien cr 12.5
NZlzaogqpX 2013-03-23 02:22:00|
xanax price xanax high fun - xanax help zoloft withdrawal
ZcnliinkIz 2013-03-23 02:17:00|
where can i order xanax online xanax 2mg circle - xanax bars 2mg white
upPCiDPDGn 2013-03-23 10:29:00|
http://chopcare.com/#3928 buy ultram online no prescription overnight - medicine ultram 50mg
wrGaJrawJS 2013-03-23 10:17:00|
http://deaf4christ.org/#usa carisoprodol expiration - carisoprodol sleep
SJStmpsvRO 2013-03-23 09:33:00|
buy ambien getting off ambien insomnia - happens if u overdose ambien
lnXQURdisW 2013-03-23 04:54:00|
carisoprodol 350 mg high off carisoprodol 350 mg - soma carisoprodol 250
bpztImmtms 2013-03-23 04:14:00|
buy ultram online ultram 100mg online - ultram para que sirve
mpgJBFYcKZ 2013-03-23 04:09:00|
buy generic ambien symptoms of ambien overdose - order ambien online no prescription
EfqeKJheEh 2013-03-23 03:18:00|
order alprazolam no prescription xanax drug bust - xanax withdrawal wikipedia
yUUpNvfetF 2013-03-22 11:32:00|
buying xanax buy mylan alprazolam - xanax 2mg tab
LPhOSRlxCJ 2013-03-22 11:30:00|
buy carisoprodol online carisoprodol overdose limit - carisoprodol 350 mg generic
lyBdiEyblC 2013-03-22 10:44:00|
http://netinfra.net/#buy ambien cr drug classification - price of ambien cr
JjdQzmnCPR 2013-03-22 10:06:00|
buy ultram online buy ultram legally - ultram 50 mg abuse
nXDwbXUYMg 2013-03-22 06:17:00|
buy carisoprodol online carisoprodol no prescription cod - side effects of carisoprodol soma
nBloDuzAiT 2013-03-22 05:28:00|
where can i order xanax online xanax zyprexa - drug interactions between zoloft xanax
TckJQCVtyS 2013-03-22 05:14:00|
buy ambien online buy ambien online from canada - ambien cr generic dosage
kgiZckQhIv 2013-03-22 03:57:00|
http://chopcare.com/#7381 ultram er 300 mg side effects - para que es ultram
cSDLLbyQAM 2013-03-22 02:51:00|
xanax online no prescription xanax white pill with r 027 - xanax drug test how long does it stay in your system
hPqsjcDEvm 2013-03-22 01:33:00|
http://bayshorechryslerjeep.com/#6828 xanax 106 s yellow pill - generic xanax street value
oOzJczRUgG 2013-03-22 01:03:00|
buy carisoprodol online carisoprodol buy no prescription - soma carisoprodol side effects
UcBCPVvzQG 2013-03-22 12:56:00|
alprazolam xanax xanax bars rap - xanax your system drug test
CcBtraQaGB 2013-03-22 11:54:00|
ambien cheap there generic drug ambien cr - ambien effects sleep cycles
MLDaMBvvDs 2013-03-22 09:47:00|
buy ultram online ultram pediatric dosing - ultram pill 06 59
EfhhjJerpC 2013-03-22 08:14:00|
xanax without a perscription can xanax and alcohol be mixed - xanax street price nyc
iHBgdhUKxe 2013-03-22 07:38:00|
carisoprodol without prescription where to buy carisoprodol online - carisoprodol online cod
gIXpTXOcDl 2013-03-22 07:34:00|
order xanax online xanax 3mg - xanax vs generic brands
kziTiEETWO 2013-03-22 07:11:00|
xanax drug xanax side effects constipation - xanax dosage per kg
hCEnhJzAPO 2013-03-22 06:20:00|
ambien online buy ambien cheap online - ambien withdrawal addiction
IMLglyaDeo 2013-03-22 03:13:00|
buy ultram online buy ultram online overnight - buy ultram usa
SvVmvHwvty 2013-03-22 02:16:00|
buy carisoprodol online soma carisoprodol drugs - soma carisoprodol effects
yeudeMwKZN 2013-03-22 01:06:00|
http://www.sbzoo.org/banners/buytramadolonline/#9937 tramadol high 100mg - tramadol hcl 30 mg
LpKmsukfTM 2013-03-22 12:44:00|
http://netinfra.net/#5093 buy ambien online no prescription needed - ambien (zolpidem tartrate) is classified as a/an
JqfoXlUrOi 2013-03-21 09:07:00|
buy ultram er buy ultram online no prescription usa - ultram 325mg
vQpumdCXva 2013-03-21 08:53:00|
alprazolam without prescription there 4mg xanax bars - xanax dosage for flying anxiety
rnpFNEaJCT 2013-03-21 08:10:00|
buy carisoprodol online soma carisoprodol tablets used - carisoprodol soma narcotic
RMnHZnQQMc 2013-03-21 07:18:00|
http://www.sbzoo.org/banners/buytramadolonline/#100mg tramadol 50 mg for headaches - tramadol overdose effects
jTAtcfZiwM 2013-03-21 05:35:00|
http://netinfra.net/#buy what does ambien 10 mg look like - ambien buy online no prescription
bnWlLUUiqa 2013-03-21 05:23:00|
http://technologiesuae.com/#8339 much do 1mg xanax go - 1mg xanax urine
CdwzJUsUWb 2013-03-21 03:43:00|
http://bayshorechryslerjeep.com/#3880 what is xanax used for - xanax high pulse
tmGyVRbOqb 2013-03-21 02:45:00|
http://parfumeemporium.com/#1735 xanax bars vicodin - xanax and weight gain
COhsTIxeaW 2013-03-21 02:31:00|
alprazolam xanax and alcohol recreational - xanax generic blue
hqxNUIsaVi 2013-03-21 02:16:00|
buy carisoprodol online carisoprodol 350 mg buy online - carisoprodol 350 mg tablet qua
puhWPNQxKH 2013-03-21 12:00:00|
http://netinfra.net/#4405 ambien overdose in dogs - ambien withdrawal + infants
online pharmacy no prescription 2013-03-21 07:16:00|
online drug stores no prescription - canadian pharmacy on line
cBqlHfzZuw 2013-03-21 06:11:00|
http://technologiesuae.com/#use xanax side effects in dogs - xanax bars and drinking
xvHlawIhco 2013-03-21 04:25:00|
http://netinfra.net/#drug generic ambien cr vs ambien cr - ambien cr cost per pill
QtoBHZqyVy 2013-03-21 04:12:00|
xanax for sale generic xanax footballs - xanax withdrawal horror stories
lezlriVpmZ 2013-03-21 02:44:00|
buy carisoprodol online carisoprodol online pharmacy - 350 mg carisoprodol generic soma
TEaUPcPDGd 2013-03-21 02:00:00|
xanax sale xanax side effects violent - xanax withdrawal taper
CJsCJBXkUy 2013-03-20 10:21:00|
http://netinfra.net/#2993 ambience mall gurgaon pvr ticket booking - ambien sleep time
OEMFeFoMYS 2013-03-20 08:53:00|
buy carisoprodol online carisoprodol 350 mg tablets information - carisoprodol in drug test
KlCawEPpEm 2013-03-20 03:09:00|
cheapest xanax yellow xanax side effects - xanax your system drug test
RXUMVplkyw 2013-03-20 09:57:00|
http://myanmarhoneyworld.com/#7003 cheap xanax without rx - generic xanax drug
uTiDfEqDKS 2013-03-20 06:27:00|
order xanax xanax for anxiety long term - xanax online australia
lUBZjvaVGv 2013-03-19 11:26:00|
http://myanmarhoneyworld.com/#9177 drug interactions celexa xanax - klonopin xanax drug interactions
oTcVcMpEHv 2013-03-19 08:29:00|
where can i order xanax online xanax no prescription canada - xanax pills g3721
NJJRSDuqvX 2013-03-19 06:24:00|
discount xanax xanax bars different colors - mixing xanax and alcohol good
lXdmERDdci 2013-03-19 01:17:00|
xanax online no prescription extended release xanax side effects - xanax time of onset
IIuonRUFqb 2013-03-19 01:54:00|
xanax generic xanax grapefruit juice side effects - xanax overdose foaming mouth
ngOHzXtuaX 2013-03-18 08:46:00|
http://myanmarhoneyworld.com/#7003 xanax side effects upset stomach - xanax 1mg price
ieBxGKGXfY 2013-03-18 06:12:00|
http://bayshorechryslerjeep.com/#1833 drug interactions xanax cymbalta - xanax bars lortabs- lyrics
buy diflucan online 2013-03-18 02:26:00|
get diflucan free - buy generic diflucan online
buy strattera online 2013-03-08 08:40:00|
can i buy strattera online - strattera+buy canada
buy proscar online 2013-03-01 07:37:00|
online pharmacy no prescription 2013-02-27 06:25:00|
buy medication online - bactrim overdose
eUJnQptWUJ 2013-02-27 02:45:00|
tramadol 50 order tramadol cash delivery - my tramadol addiction
buy levaquin online 2013-02-26 05:33:00|
buy synthroid online 2013-02-22 02:02:00|
order synthroid online - buy synthroid online
buy prozac online 2013-02-21 08:12:00|
buy cheap prozac online - buy prozac online no prescription
buy levitra online 2013-02-21 04:12:00|
buy levitra - buy levitra
buy propecia online 2013-02-20 05:36:00|
buy cheap propecia uk - propecia buy online
online pharmacy no prescription 2013-02-19 10:10:00|
online drugs - online prescription drugs without a prescription
buy neurontin online 2013-02-19 07:34:00|
buy neurontin gabapentin - buy neurontin online no prescription
buy zithromax online 2013-02-19 05:01:00|
buy zithromax online pharmacy - buy zithromax without presc
buy lexapro online 2013-02-19 02:26:00|
purchase lexapro one - buy generic lexapro no
buy avodart online 2013-02-19 11:50:00|
avodart generic drug - avodart buy canada
order propecia 2013-02-18 03:23:00|
buy propecia cheap online - propecia order no prescription
buy strattera online 2013-02-17 11:36:00|
strattera buy no prescription - strattera upset stomach
buy diflucan online 2013-02-16 07:42:00|
buy diflucan online no prescription - cheap diflucan no prescription
zjdstt 2013-02-12 02:04:00|
cIhxtV wbkzrmfmyohs, [url=http://lhjdurrbtniy.com/]lhjdurrbtniy[/url], [link=http://ldrkqruracls.com/]ldrkqruracls[/link], http://rzofwczzlbbo.com/
poitiorydof 2013-02-04 10:55:00|
is an efficient hunger controller as well as fat-burner which increases the entire body's metabolic process. It besides collapses fats, it also does not burn muscular tissue - an issue frequently related to different weight-loss products. Try Phen375
Eduardo 2011-03-18 02:14:00|
For a second I thought your link was something else.
Lake 2011-03-18 01:19:00|
"Not only is Prince down on the web; he also is decidedly not a fan of consumer electronics. “All these computers and digital gadgets are no good. They just fill your head with numbers and that can’t be good for you.”
Prince’s new album, 20TEN..."
>Just out of curiosity, did anyone here ever take their allowance to the music store and buy an album based on nothing more than the cover?
Just this one... I love Kool-Aid.
Eduardo 2011-03-18 09:09:00|
PS - don't forget this classic analysis of technology from yet another intellectual giant.
Eduardo 2011-03-18 09:05:00|
I read those links. Verdict: Bon Jovi is an idiot and makes Courtney Love look smart. Why do his lamentations remind me of people from the dinosaur media complaining about how awful it is that the average person has access to so much information now b/c of the internet?
Just out of curiosity, did anyone here ever take their allowance to the music store and buy an album based on nothing more than the cover? Can't say I ever participated in that experience. Then again, I never got an adjustable rate mortgage, either, but I understand those were quite popular.
Lake 2011-03-18 07:43:00|
Here's a counterpoint to Bon Jovi from that bastion of logic and deep thought, Courtney Love -- from all the way back in the year 2000.
I have to say, she has a point.
Pete 2011-03-17 07:41:00|
I, for one, welcome the death if the "music industry," or Big Music as I sometimes refer to it. Big Media, Big Film, Big Publishing and every other antiquated mercantilistic regime that exists to profit from the barriers it constructs between creator and user.
I can't wait until the days when "Top 40" as we know it (top down) disappears and radio plays music that achieves popularity based on merit, not clever Madison Ave tactics, brain-numbing repetition or blocking out all but a chosen, and probably predictable few.
I love the Amazon idea, IP.
Pangur 2011-03-17 01:17:00|
Open thread? On St. Patrick's Day I'll post this:
An Irish Airman Foresees His Death by W.B. Yeats
I know that I shall meet my fate
Somewhere among the clouds above;
Those that I fight I do not hate,
Those that I guard I do not love;
My country is Kiltartan Cross,
My countrymen Kiltartan's poor,
No likely end could bring them loss
Or leave them happier than before.
Nor law, nor duty bade me fight,
Nor public men, nor cheering crowds,
A lonely impulse of delight
Drove to this tumult in the clouds;
I balanced all, brought all to mind,
The years to come seemed waste of breath,
A waste of breath the years behind
In balance with this life, this death.
IP 2011-03-17 09:20:00|
Nobody's killed music, just as nobody's killed civilization -- yet.
The Music Bidness may be in some trouble, but that's what generally leads to revitalization. How did the blues and jazz start after all? Not for moneymaking purposes. Music purposes. People will post their amateur efforts and independent producers will contact them, improve their productions, and take advantage of new media distribution mechanisms. Maybe we can dinally be rid of archaic tours like the one I saw advertised las week for Journey, Foreigner, and Night Ranger.
I appreciate and understand the dark views of DRV and Helk, but I respectfully disagree. We can withstand shocks like this. Civilization does not belong to the loudest and cruelest among us. It belongs to the overwhelming majority of people who have not forgotten how to work, sacrifice for their families, and how to leave the world a little better than they found it.
We might be entering a phase of prolonged economic distress. And that may seriously damage the consumerist culture people have been hypnotized by, but, again, that will simply incite a new strand of creativity.
People have not lost all their deepest and most important beliefs. They've gotten distracted one way or another. The human ship may take on water and roll about rather frighteningly for a time, but it doesn't sink.
Pessimism has its uses, which are generally to get people's attention to the verities. The verities are still there, though, and that's why long-term optimism is still the smartest perspective.
urthshu 2011-03-17 09:00:00|
Bon fkn Jovi? Who the Hell cares what he has to say? If the Record Industry [emphatically NOT music] has been killed off due to technological advances then it needed killing and thats that. His whinings are just post-mortem effects, both from the deserved death of his career and from the retarded industry he purports to represent.
Eduardo 2011-03-17 08:42:00|
"did Steve Jobs kill music, as Jon Bon Jovi posits?"
That's a good question, although the only people I know who took hanging out in record shops to an art form are John Cusack characters. Haven't read the link yet, but here are my initial thoughts: I would say "no". I definitely don't miss stores charging $20 for a freaking CD. I remember in high school, when Best Buy first hit my local scene, that was the place b/c they only charged something like $10 for any & all CDs. And they also had video games. Places like Tower Records, which prided themselves on raping you every time you walked through the door, quickly went under & disappeared. Then Best Buy started raising their CD prices. Hmm. But music went digital not long after that, anyway.
I don't miss having a thousand jewel cases cluttering up my room, either.
The only thing that gives me pause is thinking back to when I was in college, cruising around with my 6-disc CD changer (which I thought was incredible, at the time). Today, with my Droid smart phone (which I like more than my old iPod touch; eat it, Apple!), I can skip anything I don't feel like listening to at the moment & instantly bring up any song I want to. But it used to be that I had to listen to entire albums or mix CDs, especially during road trips. During those times, there are some songs that grew on me that most people still have never heard because they weren't played on the radio & they didn't have singles.
On the other hand, digital music has made music you want to find so much more accessible. Remember those Japanese import albums that stores would get in two or three at a time? They would be identical to the US albums except they would have the giant "IMPORT" sticker on them with the exotic Kanji characters on the side and they have one or two tracks that weren't available anywhere else. Also, they would cost something like $40 and you had no way to know if you would even like those tracks. I could never afford to buy those, but I'm glad b/c I would have kicked myself after Napster hit, at which point I went apeshit and got everything from B-sides to live acoustic performances to obscure studio demos, all for a *nominal* fee. I can't imagine how much that would have cost before the internets.
J. 2011-03-17 07:56:00|
Who the hell ever wanted to hang out in record shops? Those people literally stank. There was nothing (of imperative value) to learn there that couldn't be learned in a one-on-one session with Coltrane, via avocado plastic headphones.
Just an avid reader and taciturn commenter, but I am happy to help with any project that gets the word out. Plus, I gots mad skillz. IP should know how to contact me.
Lake 2011-03-17 07:38:00|
Thanks for the encouragement, Alfa! I'll get one... but they're all sold out nationwide. After France, I guess.
A little bird told me that an iPhone has been a game changer for you, and I can relate. That little device has made me a more efficient person and let me do things like send videos of the boys directly to my distant parents -- as they happen.
Since this is an open thread, I'd love to get some feedback from you, IP, and the rest -- did Steve Jobs kill music, as Jon Bon Jovi posits?
Here's one response: http://brianshall.com/content/bon-jovi-was-right-steve-jobs-did-kill-music-industry
I can't link to the original article, but Bon Jovi's choicest quotes are in that article and the hundreds of others.
The long and short: we no longer get to hang out in record shops checking out big, beautiful cover art and finding new music. However, we do get to find new music (if we're so inclined) with incredible ease, and we can buy individual songs instead of 12 song albums with only two good tracks.
If I didn't know better, I'd have expected IP to cherish the past, as he has with cars and cursive. But he's the one who turned me on to the incredible wealth of music linked on Youtube, and now that has become a whole cultural movement, with users posting their own playlists of freely available music from across all decades.
So what do you think, IP? Are we headed in the right direction? Did Steve Jobs kill music or simply save it from the bloody pirates (Arr!)?
Alfa 2011-03-17 03:17:00|
Go Lake. Love it. The iPad - yes.
Dirtyrottenvarmint 2011-03-17 01:58:00|
It's possible that Islam will be the new civilization of the future. Presumably that's what at least some Muslims think. Nobody Muslim whom I've met, but I've seen such folk on Youtube. I have discovered it is possible to admire someone's faith and resolve, and yet wish them dead.
Personally, Islam is against my religion, and I'm perfectly happy to live and work and do the best I can as part of a dying civilization rather than submit to Allah; this would be the case even if the Koran were proven to be true.
It's not like you can't love and live and be happy, you know? At least it's interesting. And certainly how you go out - and what potentially follows - is pretty darn important. The beginning is what hooks you, the action is what excites you, but the ending is what makes you remember the story.
Since as an article of faith I can't accept Islam, if that's the wave of the future I'll die with all the other nonbelievers. My personal religion isn't pacifist, so I'd hope to go out casting a spear for the Allfather, and I hope I'd be proud to do so.
However, having a pre-made alternative civilizational model ready and waiting to take over - whatever that may be - is actually the ideal, practically perfect outcome, and statistically speaking we won't be so lucky. Non-Americanized Islam certainly doesn't seem to be stepping up to the plate. It's far more likely that civilizational decline will lead to some period of relative anarchy, which college-educated libertarians who habitually obey most traffic laws think would be cool, but which in reality means you get raped by somebody bigger and stronger when you're 4 years old. Thankfully we're not likely to reach that level of depravity in my lifetime, and all my kids will know how to shoot and have plenty of ammunition Daddy stockpiled for them.
I'm reminded of a book by Victor Hanson, "The Other Greeks". Civilization - our idea of Western civilization - seems to require a populace who make things to better their own lives with their own hands and brainpower. When too many people are more concerned with what sort of electronic gizmo they can buy at the store, rather than what they do to produce value which affords them a surplus which allows them to trade for such a gizmo - this is when bad things happen. I'll also reference Spengler's "The Decline of the West". Decline, end, sunset, conclusion - these aren't good or bad, they just are a natural part of the cycle of history. Those who think history has an "end" are morons.
Guy T. 2011-03-16 09:00:00|
Here's one possible solution, DRV, if you're willing to settle for it: http://americandigest.org/mt-archives/iwar/the_way_of_islam_is_the_o.php
Dirtyrottenvarmint 2011-03-16 07:29:00|
I find it difficult to conceive the idea of possibly caring less about "March Madness", but as a rule I don't vote. Mob rule is not fun in the streets and it has no place on the internet either.
Dirtyrottenvarmint 2011-03-16 07:26:00|
America, and thus the civilized world, which is wholly Americanized, is doomed. It is doomed because the civilizing influence is gone; the world has become wholly barbaric. Barbarism occurs when the people are more concerned with getting Things than with making Things.
This is not to say Americanization is the cause of this civilizational decline. Nor that it is not. These things happen. It's quite possible that the Americanization of the world has held off a civilizational decline which began around the time of the French Revolution and would have reached its apex following the Great War. Or not. Most of us only live in one reality at a time, so we have no way of knowing what the alternative would have been.
(If anyone wants to argue, on a blog written generally in American English and about generally American-centric topics and run by several Americans on the World Wide Web - which was invented by Albert Gore, Jr. - that the civilized world is not "Americanized" because, for example but not to be limitingly specific, China, is not 'Americanized', then when China restores the Qing dynasty and smart Chinese students cease applying for jobs with U.S.-based software companies while pirating Hollywood-produced movies, I will stop laughing in your face.)
Civilization - our civilization - is in decline. It is sclerotic, senile, and impotent. There is no cure for this disease; it must run its course. Presidential candidates - politics in general - are meaningless in contrast to general civilizational decline. Because homo sapiens is a social animal and difficult to eradicate, some new civilization will eventually emerge. We can hope to hasten and, perhaps, influence that eventual re-emergence, by preserving as much of the knowledge and know-how of our present civilization, and by preserving as much as possible an orderly society to mitigate the risk of massive death and destruction - which destroys the only resource really needed for civilization: human knowledge. It may or may not be helpful to prolong the death of our current civilization; whether such assistance would be a blessing or a curse is probably moot, as it is unlikely anyone will obtain the power necessary to do so without hastening the destruction of civilization in the process of that acquisition.
Every "world event", from the aesthetic crimes against humanity committed by Hollywood producers, to the bloody and violent civl wars billed as "peaceful revolutions" in North Africa, Persia, and Araby, to the generally uninformed 'reporting' which completely misrepresents how nuclear reactors actually work, is merely a symptom of this general malaise.
It will be important for those of us who hope to live during - or, optimistically, through - this civilizational decline and rebirth to recognize that this is a natural process. There is room for optimism; no human thing can possibly be immortal, but while "progress" is not always good, a new birth always represents a new opportunity for goodness and beauty.
There is, however, generally quite a bit of pain and discomfort involved.
Guy T. 2011-03-16 06:46:00|
As it happens, I have a Kindle and have been looking for just one more excuse to get an iPad... count me in.
Lake 2011-03-16 06:27:00|
Guy, I choose *you* -- for formatting? I want to bring this book and TBB (and other projects?) to the iPad, the Kindle, anything that people have and want content for. You in? I'm getting the band back together.
Guy T. 2011-03-16 02:13:00|
IP, congratulations on the progress. If I can be of service in proofreading, just let me know.
Guy T. 2011-03-16 02:07:00|
I'm honored to feature in your juxtaposition of "reckless self-absorption in front of electric screens" with scenes from the Japanese nuclear plant. I may be misinterpreting it -- what little poetic sensibility I have runs toward meat-and-potatoes guys like Kipling and Service (and this site's own Laird, of course, who has at least one foot in the meat-and-potatoes camp). But at any rate, thanks for thinking of me, I guess?
IP 2011-03-16 02:07:00|
A word to you all. I'm not loafing. I've been rereading Brizoni's Instapunk manuscript before he sens it to Amazon.
It's a tiny percentage of the whole, but it's still a big book.
What surprises me, especially in light of Brizoni's youth, is that it doesn't come across as a blog slice but a piece of writing. We're still quibbling about the beginning, but we'll work it out. (Lake?) From here on in, he's allowed to say whatever he wants about Ayn Rand. (I'm still allowed to object, but...) His posts go up without edit.
I just wish he loved Edward Hopper as much as he does Ayn Rand.
Helk 2011-03-16 01:48:00|
Man.... Do you understand the reaction kinetics? I am no reactor technician....
superobserver 2011-03-16 12:21:00|
I made this for instapunk. I put instapunk in the tags, you know.
I hope you get an immediate chance to watch it.
Helk 2011-03-16 10:34:00|
I would love to believe that the over 4,000,000 lbs of uranium and plutonium sitting in those cooling ponds could just go away (not vaporize, just disappear). That the spent fuel beneath the main reactors was not there *to begin with*.
I am split, torn asunder. I live far from the tree, but I don't aim to smell bad. While I was far from the tree I did not see that the criminals climbing her branches were so willing to risk everything, just to ensure that I could toast my morning bagel in an *electric* toaster oven.
But I already have radiation sickness. It is radiating from Japan, right into the heart of what I believed to be my patriotic self. I have taken my comfort for granted. That is my crime. My terrible crime was to use electricity to criticize electricity. Change cannot come from within. Not this time. It is to late.
Maybe an electric Rambo will come forth? If my fears are realized, all that I have said regarding the death of our way of life will come true. I fear that if we do not change from our current practices of industrial animal farming and reckless self-absorption in front of electric screens, we will be deserving of what is coming. A tsunami of radioactive particles injected into the jet stream - a vial of unimpeachable vengeance poured forth.
I am sorry. I thought I would have time to offer an example of a direction to go. But I am too small. In my minuteness, I may escape the particles, but it will only be as a result of slipping through the cracks.
I feel that I cannot go back. And I do not know what it means to move forward from here. Save to say that I know I sunburn easily, and I will not be able to cross the Darien Gap without a guide.
Guy T. 2011-03-16 09:50:00|
Thank you all for the advice. It's probably true that I'm not a writer. Maybe something like an architect who now has to hand-build something that at least resembles his blueprints; I may not be a natural bricklayer, but they are such good blueprints I have to do something with them. In any case, I'll take time to think over the ideas offered here.
IP 2011-03-16 07:00:00|
"You could just start writing nonsense until you get into the groove.
Observation: You're not a 'writer', you just write. Writers can't stop themselves. They're neurotic obsessives that get paid for their semi-quiet madness. "
This is from Urthshu. He's 100 percent right.
"Write to *someone*. Write first to someone you don't know. I suggest you start by writing to God (an extemporaneous ideation). If you have no God to write to, make one up, give him/her/it a set of powers, make it responsible for a number of things (like stuff you don't know, things you have not yet written). If that fails, write to a person you know, tell him or her about what it is you cannot or choose not to write about. Assume they will be less interested the more long-winded you are. Elevate this assumption to the status of a law."
This is from Helk. A proof that some things are easier said than done.
Most of what's written about writing is crap. Hemingway is the one to blame. He made it into some sort of priestly exercise. He was wrong.
"That's not writing. It's typing." Truman Capote on the subject of Jack Kerouac to a spluttering Norman Mailer.
Right AND wrong. All writing is typing.
My advice. Start typing. Explain your slipperiest thoughts to yourself. Describe the wildest fantasies in your head to yourself. Forget completely about the "audience." Wait, then read what you have wriiten out loud, again to yourself. When what you've written doesn't make you cringe, you're either a writer or a man with a tin ear and no soul.
I already know you have a soul, so there's half the question resolved up front.
Don't compare yourself to anybody. Don't read books about writing. There's only one defintition of a writer, and Urthshu got it the first time. Writers write. Because they can't NOT write. The ones who want to write and don't are dilettantes. The ones who write in hope of approval are fakes.
Forget all the excuses. Writers write because it's more important to them than breathing.
It's everybody else's call whether you're a GOOD writer not. But that doesn't matter.
I'd write what I write here whether any of you were here or not. When I was young, I kept quitting writing. Now that I'm old, I don't think about it. I just do it. For me it's the most essential component of living.
urthshu 2011-03-15 05:57:00|
WRT the Presidential candidate hoo-hah:
I think the more interesting questions at present are:
Will Obama be Primaried from within his own Party? [tricky because it seems unlikely as Hell but there's still Hillary and long-shot Dean with their own followings, plus it counts on a fracture within the Dems which I do believe is very real]
Will the Republicans get in someone who did NOT lose to the Grand Loser himself, John McCain? [my vote is No]
J.W. Helkenberg 2011-03-15 04:42:00|
Re: Why write, especially following all those wasted days and wasted nights?
Write to *someone*. Write first to someone you don't know. I suggest you start by writing to God (an extemporaneous ideation). If you have no God to write to, make one up, give him/her/it a set of powers, make it responsible for a number of things (like stuff you don't know, things you have not yet written). If that fails, write to a person you know, tell him or her about what it is you cannot or choose not to write about. Assume they will be less interested the more long-winded you are. Elevate this assumption to the status of a law.
Or be a total dick. I suggest that you practice writing (in words) with your non-dominant hand. This exercise will be very frustrating (at first). [Note: Most of you will quit, or never try.] Just let the words come out. Then guess which card I am going to pick from a Tarot Deck that sits in my desk. Write your guess down. Ask the God you created whether or not your selection has any bearing on my final outcome. Or don't.
Writing is not preserved as an object, it is only preserved in the sense of an operator. The object we investigate references an operator we wish to define. The operation ceases, the bones remain. The bones will be consumed by the Sun, and the Sun by other Suns. The operator cannot be consumed. Only the artifact of operation has a presence in the sense of having Mass. The opportunity for a particular bone to arise in a particular place at a particular time is what *made you*. And there exists a hypothesis: The word spelled 'evolution' represents the summation of those data points which are 'interesting' in the search for a 'prime mover'. For to find the prime mover (of evolution) is the prime directive of religion. And the prime directive of Religion is? *To know with certainty* some eternal aspect of God. The eternal aspect of God, as seen by an Evolutionist, amounts to measuring the rate at which bones are seen to change relative to time (as if 'classical time' is an operator on DNA and bone manufacture!). As if God speaks in classical mechanics!
I guess what I am driving at is, if you want to write, take up any position and do something. Anything.
urthshu 2011-03-15 04:09:00|
>>Does anyone have tips for self-motivation in writing? Even with a project I genuinely enjoy working on, actually making myself sit down and start is surprisingly difficult.
You could just start writing nonsense until you get into the groove.
Observation: You're not a 'writer', you just write. Writers can't stop themselves. They're neurotic obsessives that get paid for their semi-quiet madness. So don't take that as insult - some writers can't effectively tie their own shoes... Maybe that relieves some pressure.
Guy T. 2011-03-15 01:55:00|
For President, so far Palin and Christie appeal to me -- questions of electability/intention-to-run notwithstanding. Maybe someone else will pop up who appeals to me almost as much, or at least more than McCain did. (Though I do give him a great deal of credit for selecting Palin -- too bad he then hid her under a bushel basket.)
Watched The Quantum Activist last night. One of Goswami's main points was a revision or refinement of the "Law of Attraction" as commonly understood in New Thought circles. He spoke of the collective subconscious as a kind of traffic light -- where it is needed, at least, though not everything (nor even most things) in life are necessarily zero-sum situations. Some interesting ideas.
Does anyone have tips for self-motivation in writing? Even with a project I genuinely enjoy working on, actually making myself sit down and start is surprisingly difficult. Granted, by the time I can potentially get to it on a given day I've spent 11 hours away from home and driven 90 miles, but that's not much of an excuse. I tell myself that all the books/movies/etc. I'm absorbing instead are useful preparation, which is surely true to an extent, but it gets ridiculous.
J. W. Helkenberg 2011-03-15 12:34:00|
Evolution is coupled. To what is it coupled? Conserved quantities.
From what source does the evolutionist borrow (deduce) his assembler architecture? Does the evolutionist dare to say that an assembler self-assembles the probability of its own existence!? By probability I mean explicitly to not use the word *possibility*, for we are not denying what exists now, rather we are ascribing some meaning to its having arisen *in the first place*. In arriving at an 'understanding' within one level of assembly (the consequence of DNA existing as a remnant is that we can talk about it as a structure), we are to become so bold as to claim that we now have an "understanding" of the mechanisms involved in generating a genetic organization as complex as human life?
You know, nobody knew it was a *Queen* honeybee until some idiot savant (back in the 1700's) took the time to study them closely and dissect them (only after they died naturally, of course). Imagine his surprise, when he got to erase thousands of years of misapprehension, and show that it was a uterus, not a cock, that was worshiped. Too bad all the people who believed that the bees were ruled by a male were already dead, and were unable to benefit from the new understanding.
Against the gradient of entropy (in a sense) does life-force produce an artifact (bone). Evolutionists would see the bone as manufacturing itself out of mud! As if mud contains the assembler code as a precondition of mud!
Alfa 2011-03-15 11:50:00|
Speaking of threads, that's some beautiful silk thread in the picture.
Cocklebur 2011-03-15 11:08:00|
Hard for me to get enthused about any of the presumptive presidential candidates.
I live in Indiana and like Mitch Daniels, but the times do not call for a fiscally conservative RINO.
I like Palin as well but I think that the media have done their job in convincing a lot of people in this country that she is not intelligent enough for the job. Those kind of people shut up quickly when I ask them if she is as smart as Obama.
My dream team? Thaddeus McCotter and Herman Cain, T-Mac just wrote a book and that has been a precursor to running it seems.
superobserver 2011-03-15 07:58:00|
Land of the Rising Son, indeed!
J.W. Helkenberg 2011-03-15 07:49:00|
1760 tons of Uranium (and Plutonium) on site. That is 3,520,000 pounds. Fore reference, Fat Man and Little Boy contained a total of around 200 pounds of fuel. There is 17,600 times more fuel on that site than was used to destroy Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The plutonium in reactor #3 is the same type that is used to create Hydrogen bombs (re: Bikini Atoll). Chain reaction is feared in the spent fuel pool in reactor 4. If any reactor or cooling pool explodes (from achieving criticality and thermonuclear chain reaction) the entire complex will explode with thermonuclear chain-reaction type energy.
The explosion will eject radioactive particulate up to 85,000(?) ft. (depends on heat and rate of chain reaction). The jet stream conducts air and dust particles at a maximum rate of 140 mph (over the Pacific). The current jet stream is concentrated over Tokyo, and follows a northern route, intersecting the Western US over Seattle, Washington.
A real president (take Donald Trump for instance) would have *immediately realized* that pumping 'liquidity' into the reactor would result with a cooler reactor. Why Kan has not realized that infinite liquidity would immediately result with infinite certainty, is not fully understood at this time.
President Obama is reported to be visiting former President George Bush in Peru. Former President Bush is seen here waiving to reporters from his large Peruvian estate house. Obama is said to be seeking funds for his re-election campaign, to be launched in 2012.
A 6.0 earthquake *just* struck Japan. No Tsunami expected in Tokai area.
urthshu 2011-03-14 11:47:00|
I'm getting antsy for a shooting vacation in the Finger Lakes. Just need time off from work and other concerns. In my job.... wish I could say. I'm looking for people and having difficulty finding them.
That really eats away at me. Not because I'm a perfectionist nor because my boss yells nor because they owe money or are crooks. I'm trying to stop the spread of the disease they may be harboring inside them and am working with scant information. I experience these kind of difficulties like an ominous black cloud constantly hanging over me.
And that, not the anticipated vacation, is why I'm not sleeping. But I did find one today. Sero-negative. Huzzah.
Write what you like. I'm not interested in either.
Lake 2011-03-14 08:08:00|
Open thread, open issues, eh? My mind is all over the place tonight. It's just me and my two boys for the next couple of days as E. is off on a short vacation before my France adventure.
Before she left, I spared her from reading a tragic and sad story from MA today (sent by her own mother, right before leaving her boys?!) about a 6 year old who hung on to the opposite escalator, got pulled into the gap between them, then fell down into a display case, causing injuries leading to his death. This instantly connects to an image that they're pulling off of news sites, perhaps rightly so: a father and mother cradling the head of their daughter, deceased, in a wrecked and tossed van in the tsunami.
This puts my most morbid imagination into overdrive, and it takes my utmost will to stop picturing such awfulness happening to my boys.
But while I'm heartsick, I am happy -- my boys are right here, sleeping, safe. Why am I this lucky?
I'm thinking about the iPad 2 because I suspect the school is going to give me one so I can create content for them that will run on it. What a frivolous little thing... yet I'm excited, and somewhat ashamed for being excited, and embarrassed to post it here. I'll make stuff for it, but I'm excited to have a prayer of actually making music with it... M. laughs, maybe sneers.
Like M, I'm thinking about the stars, but in a different way -- I'm taking pictures of them and teaching people how to process the pictures, and they look like this. We're automating our observatory dome this week, so we'll be able to take pictures from home, remotely. Pictures far better than this one. So I'm thinking a lot about that.
I'm thinking about France, not knowing what to expect but leaning into the uncertainty. I'm thinking about a draft of a book that I'm going to read, a book that will hopefully be available soon to millions of eBook readers... right, Brizoni?
Lots on my mind, none of it world-changing and much of it self-focused.
D for effort?
One upvote for the Evolution post, for what it's worth.
IP 2011-03-14 05:06:00|
Ah. An open thread post. Thank you. I'm not well enough at the moment to join your motorcycle crusade, but my heart is, as it has always been, with you.
Thucydides 2011-03-14 04:06:00|
I'm concerned that the cause of American decline is not in our falling from the heights but in simple dilution due to illegal immigration. A government and a culture take on the character of their people. This works the other way, too (the phenomenon we call "assimilation"), but it works much slower that way. And it is much less successful to the same degree that a people is culturally divided. So the medium- and long-term likelihood, all things continuing as they are, is that America becomes Mexo-America. Sorry, but I've seen Mexo-America, and I don't have high hopes for it. I've also seen the figures on multi-generation Mexican immigrants, and it looks like backwards movement on "assimilation." Not good.
I'm concerned that not a single viable or even non-viable Republican candidate for the presidency has a strong position on this. Instead, I see a lot of globalist faggots and weak-headed Bushies who dream that our southern friends will drink the water and become Jeffersonians.
M. 2011-03-14 02:20:00|
--------A SIMPLE Child,
That lightly draws its breath,
And feels its life in every limb,
What should it know of death?
It’s what happened in Pennsylvania last week. That fire. For a week now I can’t think about anything else. And I see that tonight, as a small community gathers around a husband and wife whose measure of grief has thrust them into Job’s inner circle, those fucking zombies from Westboro Baptist are planning to make an appearance.
So yeah, we certainly live in a delicious country when those dumb fucks are possible. Even inevitable. What a giant free spirits we possess here in America to inspire those little truncators of the soul.
In a few hours, as I’m scanning the early evening sky for a first star, I’ll be having one wish. That the old warrior punks of Punk City are alive and even now westbound on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. That sometime after dark---in total silence, so that not a single wave of grief is disturbed on its brutal path to God---the punks are rolling into that humble Mennonite town. That for a moment that feels like the eternity they so desire, the assembled Westboro Baptists catch a glimpse of their own horror in the grizzled, painted faces of an advancing horde of armed avengers. And that the punks cut their fucking throats. Every single one of them. And then leave without a trace.
In spirit, I ride with Kassander and the Doomslayers tonight.
My second wish is that this is a universe where those dead children will visit their parents and their little sister in dreams every night under the end of time. Please.
If you can bear to see their faces: http://www.whptv.com/news/local/story/Supporting-Clouse-family/b92LnGRJXEC5GtoyvSlDAg.cspx
Puck Punk 2011-03-14 01:04:00|
Zut alors! Everyone in this open threddings must be warn to stay off the path of real destruction: the one that is cause by my Montreal Canadiens in the anyshell playoff!
Eduardo 2011-03-14 01:00:00|
That F didn't stand for "fabulous" by any chance, did it?
I'll just say that I was speaking of the nuclear situation in Japan being overstated. Not the loss of life & other damage aspect of it. Should have specified.
But you're right, I'm not practiced in open threads. I'll try again.
IP 2011-03-14 12:50:00|
Because you're the brave one who replied first, I'm going to make an object lesson of you. Typical IP fairness.
I give you an F.
This is an open thread. You're not supposed to respond to me but to your own most deeply rooted concerns.
But even in your misunderstanding you fail. You think the Japanese situation is overstated? Really? Thousands missing in towns, trains, and boats. It's a horror, and it's worth commenting on in the context of nature versus one of the world's most advanced, cautious, and peaceable civilizations.
Presidents? Who do you want and why? I asked that you not sharpshoot. The time is rapidly upon us when we MUST choose. So you neither sharpshoot nor make a case for anyone other than the ghost of Reagan. Why we're headed toward a huge
I could go on but won't.
Open thread means you own the discussion, not me. Today, you're all silk.
Eduardo 2011-03-14 12:31:00|
Our "exports" - it's really the people behind our exports I have a problem with, especially the cultural ones. For example: there is allegedly strong evidence that the mooslim who shot the U.S. airmen in Germany watched that stupid DePalma film,"Redacted", that had the scene with the US soldiers raping Iraqis and he thought it was real. Same with CNN International: how ever bad you think our CNN is, the international version is far worse. So a lot of what we export is, unfortunately, anti-American.
In one sense, I will agree I take America for granted even though I have learned to appreciate more than many others who were born here (especially in my age group). During the time I spent in Korea I got to sample some of their local entertainment. It pretty much sucks from TV to movies. They are mostly imitating Americans, anyway (when they aren't imitating the Japanese). Also, I saw American movies plastered all over Korea and soldiers would routinely go out and see them in Korean theaters b/c they usually were only done with subtitles, not dubbed. If you were a Korean living in America, though, how hard would you have to look here to find a theater playing a brand new Korean release? I can't fathom that type of reversal b/c I'm so used to being American. In short: even some of our mediocre entertainment is still much better than what they have in other countries.
Presidential candidates: I have no idea but I am not letting that depress me b/c that is pointless worrying. Someone that will sign a repeal of Obamacare, not have an army of czars and not do things like direct the EPA to enforce a backdoor cap & trade system will work fine for me as long as they stand up to our foreign enemies, refuse to bail out Blue States & get the hell out of the way to let Red States do their thing. Let CA & NY be as broke as they want to be.
Which brings me to Wisconsin: the left wants to stop all this scaling back on the unions b/c people will quickly see that the state saves money, teachers will not be starving in rags out on the streets AND education will probably improve. The main purpose of everything that happened there was not even so much to prevent Walker from signing that bill but more as a warning for others trying to do the same thing from now on. Anybody squishy will be scared of going through all that and they are the real targets. Same as the left & shakedown unions have always done. There is nothing new here.
Japan: I don't think this situation is as bad as the media is portraying it and I am utterly disappointed in sources like Drudge. I've examined a bunch of news stories and they are all kind of vague with no supporting links. Right now Drudge even has, as one of it's top links, something from a tinfoil hat guy talking about how a radiation cloud could float to California from Japan. Are you fucking kidding me? Even people like Dr. Kaku are jumping on the hysteria bandwagon ("everyone now universally admitting in the media"? I guess he forgot to throw in "overwhelming consensus", too). They're tossing around words like meltdown, Chernobyl, TMI, fuel rods, explosion, radiation, and doing very little else other than repeating them ad nauseam.
For example, I could write: "Explosion near fuel rods threatens to cause meltdown & leak radiation in worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl & TMI!!!!!!!oneone" Nothing I said there is technically inaccurate. It's just sensational. Especially when you consider that this is #3 out of 3 bad nuclear accidents in the history of nuclear power. And as of yesterday afternoon, it was still rated one notch lower than TMI on the scale they use for such things, as reported by NEI, even though everyone else is saying it's one heartbeat away from being worse than Chernobyl. The real headline should be, "Nuclear safeguards still working as designed despite heavy damage from tsunami caused by historic earthquake" But hey, it's more fun to repeat my first headline over & over for days on end b/c who wants to read about how well something is going?
For anyone who cares, here is a great link from NEI for hearing what the latest news is. Compare this link with pretty much everything else. Who sounds more rational & rooted in fact rather than emotion & sensational rhetoric?
Here's a hint: where else have you heard that one reactor is in the process of being brought to a cold shutdown & another has already been brought to a cold shutdown instead of that everything is getting "worse by the hour" as Dr. Kaku warned us yesterday.
World leadership: as disheartening as our field of potential GOP candidates may be, I'd still take several of them over any other world leader I can think of off the top of my head (Sarkozy? Puh-LEEZE).
Everything else was, I think, addressed in the video Brizoni provided the link to.