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Sep 15 Published in Epic things by Chris | Comment (2)
Really, I'm not morbid, it's just that lately, people who've influenced my life have died.
Richard Wright of Pink Floyd has just passed away.
Sep 15 Published in Tattoos, Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
I am no longer afraid of mirrors where I see the sign of the amazon, the one who shoots arrows. There is a fine red line across my chest where a knife entered, but now a branch winds about the scar and travels from arm to heart. Green leaves cover the branch, grapes hang there and a bird appears. What grows in me now is vital and does not cause me harm. I
Sep 14 Published in More Musings, Epic things by Chris | Comment (2)
Because I work in technology in a fast paced industry and because I tend towards non fiction literature anyway, I spend most of my time reading technical manuals about computer languages or protocols or science writing such as Richard Dawkins or history or cultural writing such as Elaine Pagels.
In the rare moments when I read fiction or speculative
Sep 14 Published in Reflections, Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Thoughts become things by emitting frequencies
Feel it on every level of your being
Whether you are remembering, creating, observing or imagining
Focus only on the positive
Bring yourself to a higher Vibration
Think it Speak it Attract it
Be a Babe Magnet Be a Money Magnet
Be rich in time
and take the time to Breathe, Stretch, Exercise & Be Healthy
Be a health
Sep 13 Published in Jokes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
A woman was sitting at a bar enjoying an after work cocktail with her girlfriends when an exceptionally tall, handsome, extremely sexy, middle-aged man entered. He was so striking that the woman could not take her eyes off of him.
Sep 12 Published in Untagged by The Editor | Comment (0)
Cruzio Newsletter - Number 119, September 11, 2008
1. What Changes Would You Like to See in Cruzio's Email? Tell Us.
Sep 12 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Sep 11 Published in Reflections by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Three changes I have made which have improved my life tremendously:
Sep 10 Published in Untagged by twoslice | Comment (0)
My Brother Mike would like you all to look at this cause and help if you can. His his first marathon was just last year and he finished well!
He fought fires in Southern California in the 90's and is a Gulf War Veteran. You can get more detailed info here:
The donation is for burn victims. Please donate
Sep 09 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (2)
People who laugh a lot are much healthier than those who don’t. Dr. Lee Berk at the Loma Linda School of Public Health found that laughing lowers levels of stress hormones, and strengthens the immune system. 6 year olds have it best - they laugh an average of 300 times a day. Adults only laugh 15-100 times a day.
What made you laugh today?
Sep 08 Published in Quotes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
I am grateful for this difficult relationship that has served me by strengthening my resolve to be worthy of and to demand respect in my business and my life.
May we both be released to progress toward our greater good, knowing that the success of this relationship was never only up to me.
I have taken a stand and now I put the recovery of my working
Sep 07 Published in Tattoos, stuff we all need, Santa Cruz, Quotes, local color by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
By Western standards, there is nothing ladylike about being tattooed. Standards of acceptable beauty for women still dictate unblemished skin. The female body can be adorned with ear piercings, make-up and silicon implants, but any form of decoration that radically challenges main stream beauty standards is sure to raise eyebrows.
Tattooing is an undeniably
Sep 07 Published in Observations by Wordsmith | Comment (2)
The following is a composite text of any number of election commercials as best as I can remember them.
"Washington D.C.; the most loathesome and wretched place on God's green earth, a cesspool of greed, nepotism and corruption, which is why I'm running for Congress/Senate/President.
"We all know that the federal government is bloated, incompetent,
Sep 06 Published in Untagged by BonnyDoonFarm | Comment (1)
To Our Friends & Customers…
Thank you so much for your concern about our safety and the Farm’s after the June 11th fire. We were extremely fortunate, the fire came down to our second gate – stopped but then started to surround us on both sides but stayed at our fence line. CalFire are wonderful folks. We’re glad we stayed; Gary used our H2O pressure as
Sep 06 Published in Reflections by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Sep 05 Published in Jokes by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
Three women, two younger & a one senior citizen were sitting naked in a sauna. Suddenly there was a beeping sound. The young woman pressed her forearm and the beep stopped.
Sep 04 Published in Quotes, Little Stories by RamblingRose | Comment (0)
This is from my friend Trinity's blog:
Today I am wrapped in a quilt made for me by mi abuelita, and watching the snow fall beyond the window. It's cold and pretty outside, warm and cozy inside. My dog, Mango, is curled beside me and I'm pretty sure that he had a lap of my hot chocolate while I wasn't looking.
My thoughts are on the future. There are things
Sep 04 Published in Conventions by Wordsmith | Comment (0)
In an earlier post, I predicted the possible comedy or tragedy in the upcoming Democratic convention in Denver, but it turns out the real comedy and tragedy was being saved up for the Republicans in St. Paul.
I know Republicans have fewer delegates, but even so you would think more party faithful would show up. The Democratic
Sep 03 Published in Politics by Peggy | Comment (2)
Here's the Palin family just after the news of Bristol's pregnancy was released — a photo from the New York Times.
What's fascinating in this picture is the McCains, Cindy and Meghan. They look as angry as someone would be when put in an unexpectedly bad position by an embarrassing revelation. Cindy: frozen hard. Meghan: a glare.
Politics makes strange