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:yes:
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I love Jimmy:)


The Great One ordered Gabriel to grant spirits to the Great Generation with no ruler over it, that is the spirit and the soul- self generation.

No man knows the hour or the day
( of the Soul's Victory )

Imagine yourself as a garden. Nurture and protect it:)
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luv this music slot abduct
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I love Jimmy:)


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hugs
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I love Jimmy:)


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thumbs

46 & 2
has always been my favorite.



...and, here's the one with the lyrics.

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good morning!

trishaktigif
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good morning!

trishaktigif
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:)


Mornin'

Actually, it's bed time for me right now...

But it 'feels' morningish...
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Good morning Ray of Sunshine.

cool2
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:)


Mornin'

Actually, it's bed time for me right now...

But it 'feels' morningish...
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I see

I gotta run some errands

catch yall later
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Good morning Ray of Sunshine.

cool2
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Mornin'

It's morning in America...


sun
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Hey Pi I had a lil sumthin' on the way in to work today. I was thinkin' on the meaning of all this stuff and how it all comes back to love. I turn the corner and this thing in front of me says " I love Axo." A lot of synchs on that little stretch of real estate I have had too. :)
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Hey Pi I had a lil sumthin' on the way in to work today. I was thinkin' on the meaning of all this stuff and how it all comes back to love. I turn the corner and this thing in front of me says " I love Axo." A lot of synchs on that little stretch of real estate I have had too. :)
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lmao

I love it
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hmm

Seems the 1/4in inseam, be all the rage in campus.

Lawdy.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Colossal hydrogen bridge between galaxies could be fuel line for new stars

Researchers studying a filament of hydrogen between the Andromeda and Triangulum galaxies found rotating clumps of gas the size of dwarf galaxies. But questions remain.

Newly published radiotelescope observations of this segment of what researchers have dubbed the “cosmic web” reveal that about half of the neutral hydrogen gas in the bridge is contained in rotating clumps the size of dwarf galaxies. Neutral hydrogen – atoms with one proton and one electron – represents the raw material for new stars.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.csmonitor.com]


So, are these the "transmission lines" between galaxies..
 Quoting: observation
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hmm

Seems the 1/4in inseam, be all the rage in campus.

Lawdy.
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hmm

Seems the 1/4in inseam, be all the rage in campus.

Lawdy.
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shorts ?
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hmm

Seems the 1/4in inseam, be all the rage in campus.

Lawdy.
 Quoting: Seer777


shorts ?
 Quoting: aether


I would call them, jean panties.

tounge

Last Edited by Seer777 on 05/09/2013 06:43 PM
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Colossal hydrogen bridge between galaxies could be fuel line for new stars

Researchers studying a filament of hydrogen between the Andromeda and Triangulum galaxies found rotating clumps of gas the size of dwarf galaxies. But questions remain.

Newly published radiotelescope observations of this segment of what researchers have dubbed the “cosmic web” reveal that about half of the neutral hydrogen gas in the bridge is contained in rotating clumps the size of dwarf galaxies. Neutral hydrogen – atoms with one proton and one electron – represents the raw material for new stars.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.csmonitor.com]


So, are these the "transmission lines" between galaxies..
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


hmm

What do you think of the concept of 'Dark Matter'?
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hmm

Seems the 1/4in inseam, be all the rage in campus.

Lawdy.
 Quoting: Seer777


shorts ?
 Quoting: aether


I would call them, jean panties.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Striking contrast to the burka wearing women...of which, there seem to be many.

More than I would have guessed...


Apparently, UO does a lot of 'student exchange' with Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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hmm

Seems the 1/4in inseam, be all the rage in campus.

Lawdy.
 Quoting: Seer777


shorts ?
 Quoting: aether


I would call them, jean panties.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Striking contrast to the burka wearing women...of which, there seem to be many.

More than I would have guessed...


Apparently, UO does a lot of 'student exchange' with Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
 Quoting: Seer777


Interesting. I've known a couple Muslim women that did not wear burkas, and when I asked one of them about it, she explained that they 'did not wear them' unless in Saudi Arabia.
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Colossal hydrogen bridge between galaxies could be fuel line for new stars

Researchers studying a filament of hydrogen between the Andromeda and Triangulum galaxies found rotating clumps of gas the size of dwarf galaxies. But questions remain.

Newly published radiotelescope observations of this segment of what researchers have dubbed the “cosmic web” reveal that about half of the neutral hydrogen gas in the bridge is contained in rotating clumps the size of dwarf galaxies. Neutral hydrogen – atoms with one proton and one electron – represents the raw material for new stars.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.csmonitor.com]


So, are these the "transmission lines" between galaxies..
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


hmm

What do you think of the concept of 'Dark Matter'?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Personally

I do not think it exists.

1dunno1
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Colossal hydrogen bridge between galaxies could be fuel line for new stars

Researchers studying a filament of hydrogen between the Andromeda and Triangulum galaxies found rotating clumps of gas the size of dwarf galaxies. But questions remain.

Newly published radiotelescope observations of this segment of what researchers have dubbed the “cosmic web” reveal that about half of the neutral hydrogen gas in the bridge is contained in rotating clumps the size of dwarf galaxies. Neutral hydrogen – atoms with one proton and one electron – represents the raw material for new stars.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.csmonitor.com]


So, are these the "transmission lines" between galaxies..
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


hmm

What do you think of the concept of 'Dark Matter'?
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


we must remember that our old universe was ruled by gravity and the only noticeable gravity exists in close proximity to solid objects , example earth, gravity becomes unnoticeable 250 miles away from earth
thus in the old universe, when it was calculated the amount of volume (mass) of planets, stars, moons, asteroids and anything else than can be imagined existing possessing mass there was
it was discovered that to create the amount of gravitational force estimated required to keep the universe looking as we see and experience it, there is about 90% to 95% to little mass in total to achieve it
thus something required to be imagined that acted like mass (matter) and produced gravity affect
the imaginative answer was dark (invisible) matter thus the old universe preserved it`s gravitational affect to keep it in shape

if you are not looking for gravity to keep the universe in shape plasma in dark glow and consequential magnetic and electric forces do what gravity never has

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we must remember that our old universe was ruled by gravity and the only noticeable gravity exists in close proximity to solid objects , example earth, gravity becomes unnoticeable 250 miles away from earth
thus in the old universe, when it was calculated the amount of volume (mass) of planets, stars, moons, asteroids and anything else than can be imagined existing possessing mass there was
it was discovered that to create the amount of gravitational force estimated required to keep the universe looking as we see and experience it, there is about 90% to 95% to little mass in total to achieve it
thus something required to be imagined that acted like mass (matter) and produced gravity affect
the imaginative answer was dark (invisible) matter thus the old universe preserved it`s gravitational affect to keep it in shape

if you are not looking for gravity to keep the universe in shape plasma in dark glow and consequential magnetic and electric forces do what gravity never has
 Quoting: aether




Personally

I do not think it exists.

1dunno1
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


we then remember we have yet to add the affect of indra/ higgs field/aether to the above /z\
the holy grail is to describe accurately the true set of ingredient that must exist to cause the singular affect(s) that are observed and experience thus their sequential functions must fit into their sequential structure

luckily when we do it this time what we replicate is perpetual motion (eternity) which happily corresponds to the accurate structure of consciousness
so this time we resolve a lot of historical issues in one affect

Last Edited by aether on 05/09/2013 07:06 PM
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shorts ?
 Quoting: aether


I would call them, jean panties.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Striking contrast to the burka wearing women...of which, there seem to be many.

More than I would have guessed...


Apparently, UO does a lot of 'student exchange' with Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
 Quoting: Seer777


Interesting. I've known a couple Muslim women that did not wear burkas, and when I asked one of them about it, she explained that they 'did not wear them' unless in Saudi Arabia.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Yes.

I was surprised. Full burka, just the eyes. And it's hot out here.


My brother just stopped by and told me he was lucky enough to score tickets to see the Dalai Lama which will be speaking on campus tomorrow.

cheer


I was speaking to him of the 'jean panties' I had noticed, and he said all the girls at his work have been 'bitching' about it, wondering what these girls are thinking.

The pockets of the 'cutoffs', hang inches below the inseam.

The butt cheeks as well...

Last Edited by Seer777 on 05/09/2013 07:09 PM
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we must remember that our old universe was ruled by gravity and the only noticeable gravity exists in close proximity to solid objects , example earth, gravity becomes unnoticeable 250 miles away from earth
thus in the old universe, when it was calculated the amount of volume (mass) of planets, stars, moons, asteroids and anything else than can be imagined existing possessing mass there was
it was discovered that to create the amount of gravitational force estimated required to keep the universe looking as we see and experience it, there is about 90% to 95% to little mass in total to achieve it
thus something required to be imagined that acted like mass (matter) and produced gravity affect
the imaginative answer was dark (invisible) matter thus the old universe preserved it`s gravitational affect to keep it in shape

if you are not looking for gravity to keep the universe in shape plasma in dark glow and consequential magnetic and electric forces do what gravity never has
 Quoting: aether




Personally

I do not think it exists.

1dunno1
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


we then remember we have yet to add the affect of indra/ higgs field/aether to the above /z\
the holy grail is to describe accurately the true set of ingredient that must exist to cause the singular affect(s) that are observed and experience thus their sequential functions must fit into their sequential structure

luckily when we do it this time what we replicate is perpetual motion (eternity) which happily corresponds to the accurate structure of consciousness
so this time we resolve a lot of historical issues in one affect
 Quoting: aether


hmm

These things are intuitive for me, but I have a difficult time explaining them in my own words.
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I would call them, jean panties.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Striking contrast to the burka wearing women...of which, there seem to be many.

More than I would have guessed...


Apparently, UO does a lot of 'student exchange' with Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
 Quoting: Seer777


Interesting. I've known a couple Muslim women that did not wear burkas, and when I asked one of them about it, she explained that they 'did not wear them' unless in Saudi Arabia.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Yes.

I was surprised. Full burka, just the eyes. And it's hot out here.


My brother just stopped by and told me he was lucky enough to score tickets to see the Dalai Lama which will be speaking on campus tomorrow.

cheer


I was speaking to him of the 'jean panties' I had noticed, and he said all the girls at his work have been 'bitching' about it, wondering what these girls are thinking.

The pockets of the 'cutoffs', hang inches below the inseam.

The butt cheeks as well...
 Quoting: Seer777


Awww, come on, there's nothin wrong with a little of that

chuckle

Last Edited by pi on 05/09/2013 07:12 PM
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