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Posted 23 December 2013 - 03:37 PM
gambling games always cheat you
I lost today a lot of money here https://www.sincityc.../all-games.html
My conclusions, don't play games for money...
Posted 29 December 2013 - 12:28 PM
They are a Southern food used to not only feed and hush hungry puppies in poor families, feed Confederate Soldiers and hush the dogs as Union Soldiers approached, yet to also hush tracking dogs when escaped slaves traveled the underground Railroad.
Posted 30 December 2013 - 11:39 AM
Did you know that in 1949 Josef Carl Engressia ( aka Whistler, aka Joybubbles),Jr was born blind and by the age of 5 found that he could hack the telephone system and dial phone numbers by clicking the hang-up switch and at the age of 7 he accidentally discovered that whistling at certain frequencies (2600 hertz) could activate phone switchs and make free phone calls. He became, what is known today as, a phone phreak.
As a student at the University of South Florida in the late 1960s, Joe Engressia was given the nickname “Whistler” due to his ability to place free long distance phone calls by whistling, with his mouth, the proper tones. After a Canadian operator reported him for selling such calls for $1 at the university, he was suspended and fined $25 but soon reinstated. Later on in 1971, an article was written in Esquire that revealed the world of "phone phreaking," about the young man named Joe Engressia, which a college student by the name of Steve Wozniak had read and shared the article with his long time friend Steve Jobs, which led to the creation of the blue box and they sold them door-to-door at dormitories of the University of California in Berkeley for $150, and the proceeds lead to the creation of the Apple 1 computer.
Posted 01 January 2014 - 08:02 AM
PS if you are considering trying this at home, only a small level of volume is required, we only used the amp to regulate the tone and the bass. And also avoid playing high octaves as it hurts like [bleep].
Don't sew me for residuals or brain damages. You are experimenting with your brain here...
We took the idea from Patrick Flanagan, trying to recreate an album to be played on a neurophone. Sadly no one has one of those to listen to us, and we were scared to be accused of zapping kids.
Posted 01 January 2014 - 08:26 AM
granny smiths (green apples) contained a volatile enzyme on the inside of their peel capable of making most plants start flowering. The trick is to cover the plant with a plastic bag and let the enzymes concentrate on the inside for a few days.
Posted 26 January 2014 - 10:29 PM
The longest word in the English language that is spelled the same backwards as forwards is racecar?
That in the 1974 edition of Websters Dictionary the word misspell was misspelled?
That pennies without a D under the year were minted in Denver?
Posted 10 May 2015 - 07:01 AM
According to legend, this association goes back to the passion of the Christ. Seeing Christ's sufferings, his mother Mary shed tears, which fell on the ground. These tears are supposed to have turned into the fragrant and beautiful carnations.
Light red carnations express admiration. Dark red symbolizes great love and affection. White carnations indicate purity, love, peace, tranquility, and good fortune.
Several carnations of a multitude of colors definitely appear attractive. However, such a combination denotes refusal and hence a better option would be to gift your loved one with pink carnations. Pink carnations specifically stand for always on my mind.
Red and pink carnations are meant to honor a mother who is alive and white carnations are used to honor a mother who has passed.
Posted 03 November 2015 - 04:28 AM
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