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aether (OP)

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In November 2005, during the tenure of Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala as Nigeria's Minister of Finance, the Nigerian government "won Paris Club approval for a debt-relief deal that eliminated $18 billion of debt in exchange for $12 billion in payments ...". This discharged "...$30 billion of Nigeria's total $37 billion external debt."

In April 2006, Nigeria became the first African country to fully pay off its debt (estimated $30 billion) owed to the Paris Club."Nigeria settles Paris Club debt". BBC. 2006-04-21.
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odd system
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Huh?
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bump
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My feeling has always been that Africa has been left for later.

This may be later.

I woke up with Nigeria.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus

A DNA test linked Burton to the Hausa people of Nigeria.

okay, that was really weird, lol
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They left the unruly ones in Jamaica.
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Are you sure it's not in the cambium/inner bark vascular?
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Depends how much you think plants alter perception. Scents and esters and terpins and all that jazz.

The original web.
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Same as us, under the skin in our vascular.
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Vascula are squeezing membranes with 'hinges' to stem backflow. The skin and fats particularly act as a carrier for chemicals and mitigate current flow.

I'm not sure what you arevreaching towards.
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I don't know either, lol But I know it is important for something. That part is where the medicine is in plants and I assume in people as well. scratching
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Nigeria introduces law to protect 'witch' children

Nigeria's Akwa Ibom state has introduced legislation that would make accusing children of witchcraft illegal, according to Al Jazeera.

In the past, zealous church ministers have ostracized children from their communities by labeling them witches. The children become pariahs, often suffering brutal treatment. In some cases, young children are abandoned. .............
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In November 2005, during the tenure of Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala as Nigeria's Minister of Finance, the Nigerian government "won Paris Club approval for a debt-relief deal that eliminated $18 billion of debt in exchange for $12 billion in payments ...". This discharged "...$30 billion of Nigeria's total $37 billion external debt."

In April 2006, Nigeria became the first African country to fully pay off its debt (estimated $30 billion) owed to the Paris Club."Nigeria settles Paris Club debt". BBC. 2006-04-21.
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odd system

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Funny we are talking of vascula as what we see is the slow squeeze and release of nations to shape them.

Money is solely a system of organization.

But ironically enough not really a unit of account.
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A lingua franca (or working language, bridge language, vehicular language, unifying language) is a language systematically used to make communication possible between people not sharing a mother tongue, in particular when it is a third language, distinct from both mother tongues
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Nigeria introduces law to protect 'witch' children

Nigeria's Akwa Ibom state has introduced legislation that would make accusing children of witchcraft illegal, according to Al Jazeera.

In the past, zealous church ministers have ostracized children from their communities by labeling them witches. The children become pariahs, often suffering brutal treatment. In some cases, young children are abandoned. .............
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Found this:

Maguzawa, the animist religion, was practiced extensively before Islam. In the more remote areas of Hausaland Maguzawa has remained fully intact, but as one gets closer to more urban areas it almost totally disappears, appearing occasionally in the folk-beliefs of urban dwellers. It often includes the sacrifice of animals for personal ends, it is thought of as illegitimate to practice Maguzawa magic for harm. What remains in more populous areas is a "cult of spirit possession" known as Bori which still holds the old religion's elements of animism and magic.

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Nigeria introduces law to protect 'witch' children

Nigeria's Akwa Ibom state has introduced legislation that would make accusing children of witchcraft illegal, according to Al Jazeera.

In the past, zealous church ministers have ostracized children from their communities by labeling them witches. The children become pariahs, often suffering brutal treatment. In some cases, young children are abandoned. .............
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It is the birthplace of voodoo. Hence it proliferated in the Caribee during the plantation slave trade.

It wound its way up the birth canal of the mississippi and the blues stylings born from the hymnals of field slaves.

It enchanted the world.

Grey grey
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what is it about africa that never comes up
we get north africa old cultures but we don`t get the middle or the sought

talking to myself really tounge
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what is it about africa that never comes up
we get north africa old cultures but we don`t get the middle or the sought

talking to myself really tounge
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The oldest game in the world. The shell game. Prestidigitation.

Keep them busy with bread and circuses of artificial demand anf hide the supply.
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02/16/2013 11:03 AM
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dju bah dju bah
dju bah dju bah

pam pam

bah dju bah
dju bah dju bah

good morning
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You channeling the Nigerians brought to Brazil by the Portuguese?

I love that instrument

Look ma no hands
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


No idea!

I just slept roughly 13 hours. I guess I feared punches and woke up feeling in need of mind food.

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good morning nico
i am tired today
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dju bah dju bah
dju bah dju bah

pam pam

bah dju bah
dju bah dju bah

good morning
 Quoting: 1908247


You channeling the Nigerians brought to Brazil by the Portuguese?

I love that instrument

Look ma no hands
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


No idea!

I just slept roughly 13 hours. I guess I feared punches and woke up feeling in need of mind food.
 Quoting: 1908247


Well, As you know, esp. In capoeira, the hands cannot used to strike as they are a creative force.

So, no worries about punches.
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good morning nico
i am tired today

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You like to burn the midnight Oil.
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dju bah dju bah
dju bah dju bah

pam pam

bah dju bah
dju bah dju bah

good morning
 Quoting: 1908247


You channeling the Nigerians brought to Brazil by the Portuguese?

I love that instrument

Look ma no hands
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


No idea!

I just slept roughly 13 hours. I guess I feared punches and woke up feeling in need of mind food.
 Quoting: 1908247


Well, As you know, esp. In capoeira, the hands cannot used to strike as they are a creative force.

So, no worries about punches.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Capoeira is the art of the brazilian ninja tounge

Not much my thing tho, as my legs are harder to train than my arms.
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what is it about africa that never comes up
we get north africa old cultures but we don`t get the middle or the sought

talking to myself really tounge
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The oldest game in the world. The shell game. Prestidigitation.

Keep them busy with bread and circuses of artificial demand anf hide the supply.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Was thinking hidden or glamourscratching
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You channeling the Nigerians brought to Brazil by the Portuguese?

I love that instrument

Look ma no hands
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


No idea!

I just slept roughly 13 hours. I guess I feared punches and woke up feeling in need of mind food.
 Quoting: 1908247


Well, As you know, esp. In capoeira, the hands cannot used to strike as they are a creative force.

So, no worries about punches.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Capoeira is the art of the brazilian ninja tounge

Not much my thing tho, as my legs are harder to train than my arms.
 Quoting: 1908247


That is funny you mention that, the other day I remembered when I was a teen and being taught the friendship dance by this native guy. He went down on one leg and came back up on his one same leg. It made a really big impression on me. I wanted to be that strong.
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To me, that was the best example of pure balance.
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Dog's got rhythm...


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To me, that was the best example of pure balance.
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it is
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Dog's got rhythm...


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tounge
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is it possible the dog likes the sound sensation inside his jowls
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Dog's got rhythm...


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tounge
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is it possible the dog likes the sound sensation inside his jowls
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I don't know.

I did notice he opened his mouth every time. Perhaps he can feel the sound vibration on his tongue.

I have noticed when I am in meditation any form of noise outside my headphones, will ripple through me.

Something as soft as a footfall will echo like an explosion.

It often startles me.

hmm
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Flatline? Orange Juice?
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Flatline? Orange Juice?
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Wutnow?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Flatline? Orange Juice?
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:Wutnow?:
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How did you know to post the chicken boy of Texarkana?

Legend has it........

Damn, match game.

Damn Gene Ray Burn
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Flatline? Orange Juice?
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Wutnow?
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How did you know to post the chicken boy of Texarkana?

Legend has it........

Damn, match game.

Damn Gene Ray Burn
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


rofl
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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