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Within 60 miles of the spill, Life as I know it has ended. Update: Parents suing BP.

 
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verysad for you
especially verysad for the dead animals

this is simply the face of evil
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OP, there are no words. There's really no way to comprehend the magnitude of this disaster. And even if the gusher were stopped today, untold damage has already occurred.

For people like you, OP, who are witnessing this catastrophe with your own eyes, with the cruel knowledge that the damage will affect every aspect of your life, I imagine it's like watching your own child bleed to death on the side of a highway. You are bound to feel a volcanic rage, a debilitating helplessness, a stinging frustration, and a sadness so deeply felt that there are no words. You feel pain in your very bones. You have been attacked emotionally, physically, spiritually, psychically, and financially. Screaming mindless rage *is* the appropriate response.

Then, there are the rest of us, who feel all that, too. But because we don't see it with our own eyes, or touch, smell, and hear it, our rage and seering sadness come to us from the back of our minds. We go on with our routine, only to be accosted suddenly with the cruel thought that, "Oh my God, look what's happened!" Or, simply: "Dear God ... They've killed our Gulf sea and possibly the oceans themselves." Dear God!

Again, screaming, mindless rage *is* the appropriate response.

OP ... I have no real consellation for you. Or us. And we shall all be grieving for a long time. All the stages of grief. A loved one is dying.

But OP, you can write. Write about the possiblity of a harmonious land one day. Or write about your glorious memories of what used to be. We need that. We need to know what is possible. A vision of good and harmony for our future. And we need to be reminded of the past. The good times. The fantastic seascape. The cleansing smells. The clean water. The gathering of the clan around a pot of fresh shrimp.

Until all is restored, we need you. An eye witness. A chronicle of memories. A story of times gone by. And a vision of the future.

And OP, it will be restored. Maybe not in our lifetimes. But Mother Earth will win in the end. She will recover -- even if she has to throw us all off the planet. She will recover.
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Well said!! headbang

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OP illustrates a danger that many of us will face in the coming changes : we humans can get so caught up in mourning our losses that we don't allow ourselves to "live in the now" enough to respond appropriately to current situations, ultimately making things worse for ourselves than they might have otherwise been.

It takes a hard, tough heart to make the most out of a bad situation, and too few of us will have what it takes. Most of us will be hardpressed not to get caught up in the backwash of our own emotions, and find ourselves jigging when we should have been jagging.
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OP, there are no words. There's really no way to comprehend the magnitude of this disaster. And even if the gusher were stopped today, untold damage has already occurred.

For people like you, OP, who are witnessing this catastrophe with your own eyes, with the cruel knowledge that the damage will affect every aspect of your life, I imagine it's like watching your own child bleed to death on the side of a highway. You are bound to feel a volcanic rage, a debilitating helplessness, a stinging frustration, and a sadness so deeply felt that there are no words. You feel pain in your very bones. You have been attacked emotionally, physically, spiritually, psychically, and financially. Screaming mindless rage *is* the appropriate response.

Then, there are the rest of us, who feel all that, too. But because we don't see it with our own eyes, or touch, smell, and hear it, our rage and seering sadness come to us from the back of our minds. We go on with our routine, only to be accosted suddenly with the cruel thought that, "Oh my God, look what's happened!" Or, simply: "Dear God ... They've killed our Gulf sea and possibly the oceans themselves." Dear God!

Again, screaming, mindless rage *is* the appropriate response.

OP ... I have no real consellation for you. Or us. And we shall all be grieving for a long time. All the stages of grief. A loved one is dying.

But OP, you can write. Write about the possiblity of a harmonious land one day. Or write about your glorious memories of what used to be. We need that. We need to know what is possible. A vision of good and harmony for our future. And we need to be reminded of the past. The good times. The fantastic seascape. The cleansing smells. The clean water. The gathering of the clan around a pot of fresh shrimp.

Until all is restored, we need you. An eye witness. A chronicle of memories. A story of times gone by. And a vision of the future.

And OP, it will be restored. Maybe not in our lifetimes. But Mother Earth will win in the end. She will recover -- even if she has to throw us all off the planet. She will recover.
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+1000

What I wanted to say, but couldn't find the words. Lurker has found them for us....

Don't leave us, Heretic. Together we are strong!
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OP illustrates a danger that many of us will face in the coming changes : we humans can get so caught up in mourning our losses that we don't allow ourselves to "live in the now" enough to respond appropriately to current situations, ultimately making things worse for ourselves than they might have otherwise been.

It takes a hard, tough heart to make the most out of a bad situation, and too few of us will have what it takes. Most of us will be hardpressed not to get caught up in the backwash of our own emotions, and find ourselves jigging when we should have been jagging.
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The oil is just now coming ashore and the overwhelming reality is now setting in for most.

It's only human nature to mourn for the loss of everything one knows and a way of life for generations. After the shock wears off some he will find his way.
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here how it look on nasa satelite for the last two days [link to www.flashearth.com]
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here how it look on nasa satelite for the last two days [link to www.flashearth.com]
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cool site.
It looks like the oil now covers almost the MAJORITY of the GOM
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I grew up not 10 miles from the Gulf in southern LA. My parents and brother still live down there, though now (after Rita) they live about 25 miles from the Gulf.

That said, I can't be too sympathetic. It's like a bartender that gives keeps giving a staggering drunk more alcohol, and then complains when he runs his car through the wall of the bar.

EVERYBODY there has been sucking off of the Big Oil tit and loving it. NOBODY had an issue when they were raking in their cut of the profits. Now it's the fault of the "greedy oil companies". I know this first hand, as oil gave me a very financially comfortable childhood.

The idea of expanded drilling and the economic boost that came with it had everyone sporting boners and drooling from their slacked jaws.

NOW people are worried about the crawfish. Again, not for the sake of a balanced ecosystem, but (mostly) because they stand to lose some cash.

Want to get vengeance against those responsible? Start by looking in the mirror and then turn your attention to your family and neighbors.

But, as stated earlier, you can't go after a company (society) that you work for...
Hosea 2:2 Plead with your mother, plead: for she is not my wife, neither am I her husband: let her therefore put away her whoredoms out of her sight, and her adulteries from between her breasts; 2:3 Lest I strip her naked, and set her as in the day that she was born, and make her as a wilderness, and set her like a dry land, and slay her with thirst.
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I grew up not 10 miles from the Gulf in southern LA. My parents and brother still live down there, though now (after Rita) they live about 25 miles from the Gulf.

That said, I can't be too sympathetic. It's like a bartender that gives keeps giving a staggering drunk more alcohol, and then complains when he runs his car through the wall of the bar.

EVERYBODY there has been sucking off of the Big Oil tit and loving it. NOBODY had an issue when they were raking in their cut of the profits. Now it's the fault of the "greedy oil companies". I know this first hand, as oil gave me a very financially comfortable childhood.

The idea of expanded drilling and the economic boost that came with it had everyone sporting boners and drooling from their slacked jaws.

NOW people are worried about the crawfish. Again, not for the sake of a balanced ecosystem, but (mostly) because they stand to lose some cash.
Want to get vengeance against those responsible? Start by looking in the mirror and then turn your attention to your family and neighbors.

But, as stated earlier, you can't go after a company (society) that you work for...
 Quoting: SeraphimZeta

If you actually believe that then you're a fool.
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Hate to say am I soppuse to feel sorry for you because you can't have pool parties ? At least you still have somewhere to make a living. Sounds like you were one of the lucky people who had it all.the time is comming when most have to struggle, I have for years ,I have wore my body out but see no end In site, I feel bad for the ocean and the things that lived in the sea, sorry I just cant give pity to someone who had several boats and a home with a pool that partied every week, welcome to my world
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I already know what I need to know. Which not to go into context. would be about the size of a potter book. With source, and oneness, I figured it all out. Everything is the way it should be. And there is no future. We only live in the now. We create our realities, and with the energy of our intrinsic minds, we can impact the 6th state of matter itself. We are one. There is a story behind the humans alot of people dont know. Im sure many of you know too. But lets not sit down and get cozy. The alcohol is kicking in, I wont shut up.

But thanks for bringing the light to me, The glass is half full again. For a second I couldnt hack it. I scared my family earlier with a crazy coon ass meltdown.. I cant let that happen. I cant let them see that.


Wow, could you send me a copy of your Potter Book.
Maybe that is the reason to keep the computer.
Write the book.
Your words are interesting. Run them down on me some time.
:)




Write the book .. people thirst for knowledge and wisdom
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 781451

All the millions of man-made books, in all the libraries of the world, over many generations, and not ONE of them can solve our current crisis!

WE are NOT the ultimate authorities on ANYTHING!

OBVIOUSLY! ADMIT IT!

WE HAVE BEEN DECEIVED!

DIE TO SELF, WHILE YOU ARE STILL BREATHING!

READ THE BIBLE...THE ORIGINAL "BOOK"...ALL THE ANSWERS ARE THERE!
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05/22/2010 07:36 AM
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verysad

sailing:

[link to www.youtube.com]
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This whole mess makes me wonder...Hmmmm wonder who owns the company that provides the oil booms?? They are making a shit ton of money off of this, probably f'n Cheney or Bush, jerks. I bet Dawn dish soap supply will be running out shortly, nothing cleans up a greasy oily mess better than Dawn.

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SOUTH KOREA
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HERE IS A LIST
[link to www.alibaba.com]

Who knows maybe a connection..
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Somebody needs to tell Matthews that if you put your faith in man, in men, you've put it in a bucket with holes in it! Those who think that their scientific and technological magick will somehow save them from disaster upon disaster are very mistaken.
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I grew up not 10 miles from the Gulf in southern LA. My parents and brother still live down there, though now (after Rita) they live about 25 miles from the Gulf.

That said, I can't be too sympathetic. It's like a bartender that gives keeps giving a staggering drunk more alcohol, and then complains when he runs his car through the wall of the bar.

EVERYBODY there has been sucking off of the Big Oil tit and loving it. NOBODY had an issue when they were raking in their cut of the profits. Now it's the fault of the "greedy oil companies". I know this first hand, as oil gave me a very financially comfortable childhood.

The idea of expanded drilling and the economic boost that came with it had everyone sporting boners and drooling from their slacked jaws.

NOW people are worried about the crawfish. Again, not for the sake of a balanced ecosystem, but (mostly) because they stand to lose some cash.
Want to get vengeance against those responsible? Start by looking in the mirror and then turn your attention to your family and neighbors.

But, as stated earlier, you can't go after a company (society) that you work for...

If you actually believe that then you're a fool.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 947863


I did say mostly. Aside from the cash, I'm sure people will miss getting together for crawfish boils and drinking copious amounts of beer, then going out on their boats for some hydroslidin'. Down at da camp, wit da new boat, and da new truck, paid for by da oil economy. Mais T, I'ma tell you dat's some good times right dere, boy. Laissez le bon temps roulet!

Who ya daddy is? Mais, my daddy's Haliburton an' dem from da Gulf.

Edit: I done forgot about my new 4-wheeler Haliburton bought me. We used to go muddin' while the crawfish was boilin', but now I tink we gonna go oilin' instead. Bruh, in about a munt it should be tick enough ta ride on.

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Hosea 2:2 Plead with your mother, plead: for she is not my wife, neither am I her husband: let her therefore put away her whoredoms out of her sight, and her adulteries from between her breasts; 2:3 Lest I strip her naked, and set her as in the day that she was born, and make her as a wilderness, and set her like a dry land, and slay her with thirst.
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I grew up not 10 miles from the Gulf in southern LA. My parents and brother still live down there, though now (after Rita) they live about 25 miles from the Gulf.

That said, I can't be too sympathetic. It's like a bartender that gives keeps giving a staggering drunk more alcohol, and then complains when he runs his car through the wall of the bar.

EVERYBODY there has been sucking off of the Big Oil tit and loving it. NOBODY had an issue when they were raking in their cut of the profits. Now it's the fault of the "greedy oil companies". I know this first hand, as oil gave me a very financially comfortable childhood.

The idea of expanded drilling and the economic boost that came with it had everyone sporting boners and drooling from their slacked jaws.

NOW people are worried about the crawfish. Again, not for the sake of a balanced ecosystem, but (mostly) because they stand to lose some cash.
Want to get vengeance against those responsible? Start by looking in the mirror and then turn your attention to your family and neighbors.

But, as stated earlier, you can't go after a company (society) that you work for...

If you actually believe that then you're a fool.


I did say mostly. Aside from the cash, I'm sure people will miss getting together for crawfish boils and drinking copious amounts of beer, then going out on their boats for some hydroslidin'. Down at da camp, wit da new boat, and da new truck, paid for by da oil economy. Mais T, I'ma tell you dat's some good times right dere, boy. Laissez le bon temps roulet!

Who ya daddy is? Mais, my daddy's Haliburton an' dem from da Gulf.
 Quoting: SeraphimZeta

Then wouldn't everyone who uses oil and oil byproducts be equally as guilty?

What about the dead zone that was in the GOM and
all the productions plants from other states who dump tons and tons of pollutants in the Mississippi River every single day and have for years, only to pay their fine and continue to do so?

And for the record, not everyone here talks that way and if you lived here, you know that! Making fun at time like this is very telling of your character.
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I grew up not 10 miles from the Gulf in southern LA. My parents and brother still live down there, though now (after Rita) they live about 25 miles from the Gulf.

That said, I can't be too sympathetic. It's like a bartender that gives keeps giving a staggering drunk more alcohol, and then complains when he runs his car through the wall of the bar.

EVERYBODY there has been sucking off of the Big Oil tit and loving it. NOBODY had an issue when they were raking in their cut of the profits. Now it's the fault of the "greedy oil companies". I know this first hand, as oil gave me a very financially comfortable childhood.

The idea of expanded drilling and the economic boost that came with it had everyone sporting boners and drooling from their slacked jaws.

NOW people are worried about the crawfish. Again, not for the sake of a balanced ecosystem, but (mostly) because they stand to lose some cash.
Want to get vengeance against those responsible? Start by looking in the mirror and then turn your attention to your family and neighbors.

But, as stated earlier, you can't go after a company (society) that you work for...

If you actually believe that then you're a fool.


I did say mostly. Aside from the cash, I'm sure people will miss getting together for crawfish boils and drinking copious amounts of beer, then going out on their boats for some hydroslidin'. Down at da camp, wit da new boat, and da new truck, paid for by da oil economy. Mais T, I'ma tell you dat's some good times right dere, boy. Laissez le bon temps roulet!

Who ya daddy is? Mais, my daddy's Haliburton an' dem from da Gulf.

Edit: I done forgot about my new 4-wheeler Haliburton bought me. We used to go muddin' while the crawfish was boilin', but now I tink we gonna go oilin' instead. Bruh, in about a munt it should be tick enough ta ride on.
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Ees dat a Jamaican accent mon?
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OP - I can only begin to immagine what you are expiencing

Folks here on GLP think in ways of self sufficiency, This is the worst nightmare for you and I am verry sorry for your situation.


peace
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Wish I had more time to reply OP...throwing a graduation party for our son this morning...drinking my coffee trying to wake up right now...you take good care...it's a difficult time..hang in kiddo.
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I do suppose you are correct, beingsouthern, I know that I contributed to their wealth as well, at least until I got laid off. I used to drive 350miles a week for my job, now "0" miles per week. There ya bastards!! Now I am not making you rich any more, and I am sooo much happier, f'them and all the rich pricks that are ruining our once great country :(
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I do suppose you are correct, beingsouthern, I know that I contributed to their wealth as well, at least until I got laid off. I used to drive 350miles a week for my job, now "0" miles per week. There ya bastards!! Now I am not making you rich any more, and I am sooo much happier, f'them and all the rich pricks that are ruining our once great country :(
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Yeah...trust me, I understand what you're saying.
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no seafood cookout and its the end?

thatts strange

most noble people throw their chest out when change happens

- adaptation- the hallmark of man-

except for the fat gulf cry babies here that can't say to themsoeves "gee - i guess i will move and eat barbeque or soemthing- lots ofdifferent things in the world"

the evidence is clear- original poster- like most- if the air conditioning goes out have a heart attack but its cool their are 2 wars going on
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Then wouldn't everyone who uses oil and oil byproducts be equally as guilty?

What about the dead zone that was in the GOM and
all the productions plants from other states who dump tons and tons of pollutants in the Mississippi River every single day and have for years, only to pay their fine and continue to do so?

And for the record, not everyone here talks that way and if you lived here, you know that! Making fun at time like this is very telling of your character.
 Quoting: Beingsouthern


Yes. We are all guilty. But for those who were closest to the profits (myself included) to become enraged at the situation is hypocritical to the extreme. Especially people who KNEW the dangers involved in drilling, and KNEW (I mean REALLY FUCKING KNEW) the land and balances required.

Though that in itself is another story. Oil brought the means to integrate the Cajun culture into the greater society (read NWO), and drastically removed them from the self-suffiency they maintained for 200 years. Again, this was handed over for a handful of beads and some blankets - which now appear to have a touch of the small pox.

As far as the language, that's straight from the horse's mouth from over 20 years of experience. Every time I heard the bragging regarding frivolous shit bought with big paychecks from working offshore, it was in that dialect (except my own, I had the shit but not the accent).

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Hosea 2:2 Plead with your mother, plead: for she is not my wife, neither am I her husband: let her therefore put away her whoredoms out of her sight, and her adulteries from between her breasts; 2:3 Lest I strip her naked, and set her as in the day that she was born, and make her as a wilderness, and set her like a dry land, and slay her with thirst.
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And I cant sue a company I work for.
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Hmm.
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You may not carry on this message in other threads, and as far as all the doushbeaaaags saying all Americans are evil... They need a history lesson. A couple decades ago, the bad guys took over. Yes, there is a proportion of us that sounds about 50% retards who follow the media and stay fat and bald and seethe in rage if they miss American Idol, along with 20% trash along with illegal immigrants who wreck our tax payers and who spill blood on the streets and could care less about anything.

The last 20% have tried everything. *takes a shot*

These minority take in alot of pride for being the grandchildren of warriors who's mentality during a storm of bullets, saved all countries from tyranny. (at least my family) A minority that today, call for revolution, who seethe in rage about the oil spill and the evil takeover of the constitution..

and who continue to lose this fight against the slimy cigar chomping ass hats..

Me? Heh. [link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

Life as I know it has ended. Never Would I have thought I would have been a face of Doom on GLP. Not in a million years.

Within 60 miles of the spill, I have over 1300 crab traps (1337 exactly)(I know its cool) but its not anymore. I also had 2 shrimp boats and a deep sea tarpon rodeo boat. All to which my life's fundings went toward.

As far as my life, we absolutely thrived on crawfish boils, crab boils, shrimp boils, the boil sessions that bring the family together every week usually poppin with a pool party, has ceased to exist as of now.

The only thing I can do now, ha ha. *takes a shot*

Is sell my life.(fishing stuff) and work double time at my paws shop working as the shop machinist building torque wrenches and other tools for Transocean, BP, and other oil rigs across the world!

...


F*ck My life. Goofy Thum

Might have to sell my computer soon. If by chance I get too busy, this is my farewell to all you guys. You truthseeking morans.

Peace.

Oh yea. Believe in "Source", we all come from the same light and sound that started the universe. question our true abilities, and continue to get news faster than anything on this whole damn planet.
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clappa
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Then wouldn't everyone who uses oil and oil byproducts be equally as guilty?
What about the dead zone that was in the GOM and
all the productions plants from other states who dump tons and tons of pollutants in the Mississippi River every single day and have for years, only to pay their fine and continue to do so?

And for the record, not everyone here talks that way and if you lived here, you know that! Making fun at time like this is very telling of your character.


Yes. We are all guilty. But for those who were closest to the profits (myself included) to become enraged at the situation is hypocritical to the extreme. Especially people who KNEW the dangers involved in drilling, and KNEW (I mean REALLY FUCKING KNEW) the land and balances required.

Though that in itself is another story. Oil brought the means to integrate the Cajun culture into the greater society (read NWO), and drastically removed them from the self-suffiency they maintained for 200 years. Again, this was handed over for a handful of beads and some blankets - which now appear to have a touch of the small pox.

As far as the language, that's straight from the horse's mouth from over 20 years of experience. Every time I heard the bragging regarding frivolous shit bought with big paychecks from working offshore, it was in that dialect (except my own, I had the shit but not the accent).
 Quoting: SeraphimZeta


I guess I just don't agree with you.
I believe everyone is equally as guilty.
I think it's a cycle...if you hadn't bought it, there would have been no work and if the worker's hadn't provided the oil, there would have been no demand.

You're certainly entitled to your opinion though.
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So sorry.

I live on the coast, 9th generation. I'm worried. :(

I'll miss the crab boils and the crawfish boils and the salty oysters.

I'll miss sticking my toes in the sand and picking up shells.

It's gonna suck, I'm afraid.
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Ditto!!

They fucking with our way of life
! Bastards!
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05/22/2010 08:35 AM
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could be you were born for this moment for this event
whether you realise it or not every one is
equipped within for whatever life throws at them..
you will know what to do
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~hugs~

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I seriously love all of you, I have to go to work. Dont have a computer there. But you guys will be in my hearts. Gonna be gone all day workin, who ever comes to this thread, know that I am very grateful.

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