Exams, exams, exams. All done now. Time to explore the Northern BC with the new EOS 550D :) Don’t know how long I will be gone, but hopefully not too long. Should be an awesome time with my dad. Father son bonding is expected. Also, we are traveling with my Subaru… Not sure if it will be strong enough.
No internet for at least a week. :’( But its okay, I’ll be dating books during that time. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies should be fun. I’d like to see what kind of character Natalie Portman will be playing.
Not sure what I’ll be doing after I get back. Possibly go camping with couple friends or maybe greyhound the Great Nation of America? But I hear greyhound is now full of dangerous people. But isn’t that what an adventure is? Meeting variety of people and finding out interesting things about them. We’ll discuss that once this trip is done.
For now, this will be my last update. I will be back later. Maybe a week or more.
I wish everyone an awesome start of summer.
I don’t sleep motherfucker off that ‘gnac and the durban Doin 120 gettin head while I’m swervin (Damn Natalie, you a crazy chick) Yo, shut the fuck up and suck my dick I’m bustin dudes valves like gushers motherfucker Pull up to NBC and smack the shit outta Jeff Zucker What you want Natalie? (To drink and fight!) What you need Natalie? (To fuck all night!) Don’t test me when I’m crazy off that airplane group Put my foot down your throat til your shit’s in my shoe Leave you screamin, pay for my dry-cleanin Fuck your man it’s my name that he’s screamin!
The animal had more than 50 gallons of largely undigested stomach contents consisting mostly of algae but also a surprising amount of human debris including more than 20 plastic bags, small towels, surgical gloves, sweat pants, plastic pieces, duct tape, and a golf ball (see full list of items found and photo of all items).
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1999 - Y2K, the world is going to end
2001 to 2004 - Terrorism, the world is going to end
2005 - Tsunamis, the world is going to end
2006 - Avian Flu, the world is going to end
2007 and 2008 - Global economic recession, the world is going to end
2009 - Swine flu, the world is going to end
2010 - EARTHQUAKES, the world is going to end
2011 - ???
Yays - Great race from both Jenson and Lewis. Jenson with 2 wins out of 4 races so far. He didn’t lose those feelings from back in 09. JB smart with tyres and etc. Jenson just dominating Lewis in Lewis’ team. Lewis kept falling back however the way he kept jumping forward was incredible. Great speed! Fernando Alonso, even with his 3 pit stop penalty managed to get on 4th from basically the back of the line. Funny how he does better whenever Schumacher is in. Robert Kubica, now I can see why Ferrari wants to replace Massa with Kubica.
Nays - Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber. The two unstoppable RedBull drivers have failed this race. RedBull had a front row start. The most disappointing was none other than the great 7 time champ, Michael Schumacher. He was known to drive fast under rain and yet he was racing to get to the back of the line. His team mate Nico is running all over him… Come on MSC, when will we see your magical laps?
With no serious injuries or crashes, the race was carried on very well. Hope to see more battles in Europe like we saw in China.
Oh, and F1, safety cars are out for far too long. Almost caused a big crash. Ironic.
Interesting article about sexual abuse from priests.
Priests are suppose to be one of the most clean people to live on this planet and yet they commit these horrible crimes and get away with it. Religion is something that is suppose to purify a soul, not turn a person into a pedophile. Hypocrites, I really hope they go meet Satan and have a kick ass party.
In my opinion religion was created due to fear and greed. Fear of this world we live in. They isolate themselves from the rest of the world. Donations given by the followers. Many people don’t ask where the money goes. But I know where it goes. To protect those who sexually abuse the future generations.
Even after attending a Catholic school, I don’t follow its ways. Learning about religion in a Catholic school felt like it was either ‘their way or the highway.’
Same laws should be applied to those who participate within the church.