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Tue Jan 06, 2009 8:35 pm
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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/joniandmothermary

This woman has got to be one of the most pleasant people to listen to in this internet.

Her voice is soothing and whimsical yet sometimes dangerous as some of her energy work has known to crash computers.



An Afternoon with Joni & Mother Mary" is hosted by Rev. Joni E. Jenkins; gifted clairvoyant, telepathic Spiritual Teacher, Miracle Healer, and Channel for Mother Mary. Joni's life, which is dedicated to achieving enlightenment and serving Mother Mary and humanity during the Ascension, has been characterized by many extraordinary paranormal experiences, which is the foundation of discussion for this program. Joni & Mother Mary discuss a myriad of spiritual, metaphysical, and occult topics, including but not limited to: The Ascension, Achieving Enlightenment, Channeling, Astral Travel, Meditation, Spirit Retrieval, DNA Activation & DNA Blueprint Readings, Miracle Healings, E.T. Contact, Contact with Ghosts & Poltergeists, Near Death Experiences, and so on. At times Joni will channel her co-hostess Mother Mary. Listeners are encouraged to call in and ask Joni and Mother Mary questions and/or share their own personal experiences with spirituality, metaphysics, and the occult.
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Sun Jan 11, 2009 2:58 am
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guestron wrote:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/joniandmothermary

This woman has got to be one of the most pleasant people to listen to in this internet.

Her voice is soothing and whimsical yet sometimes dangerous as some of her energy work has known to crash computers.

3 BEAUTIFUL WOMEN SHARING MASSAGE (really heat up at 3 mins)
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxlu8-1r1IA&NR=1[/youtube]

An Afternoon with Joni & Mother Mary" is hosted by Rev. Joni E. Jenkins; gifted clairvoyant, telepathic Spiritual Teacher, Miracle Healer, and Channel for Mother Mary. Joni's life, which is dedicated to achieving enlightenment and serving Mother Mary and humanity during the Ascension, has been characterized by many extraordinary paranormal experiences, which is the foundation of discussion for this program. Joni & Mother Mary discuss a myriad of spiritual, metaphysical, and occult topics, including but not limited to: The Ascension, Achieving Enlightenment, Channeling, Astral Travel, Meditation, Spirit Retrieval, DNA Activation & DNA Blueprint Readings, Miracle Healings, E.T. Contact, Contact with Ghosts & Poltergeists, Near Death Experiences, and so on. At times Joni will channel her co-hostess Mother Mary. Listeners are encouraged to call in and ask Joni and Mother Mary questions and/or share their own personal experiences with spirituality, metaphysics, and the occult.


I find anal rub downs quite relaxing

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[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUjU0lWZT0k[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUycGt9uQ4s&feature=related[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_xMNIpBdF4[/youtube]


mmmm..bubble butts
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqN93XwHCdo[/youtube]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBglOV-oGhA&feature=related[/youtube]


Going "down under" is the only thing on her mind....
http://www.aromahand.com/
 
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Sun Jan 11, 2009 2:48 pm
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guestron wrote:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/joniandmothermary

This woman has got to be one of the most pleasant people to listen to in this internet.

Her voice is soothing and whimsical yet sometimes dangerous as some of her energy work has known to crash computers.



An Afternoon with Joni & Mother Mary" is hosted by Rev. Joni E. Jenkins; gifted clairvoyant, telepathic Spiritual Teacher, Miracle Healer, and Channel for Mother Mary. Joni's life, which is dedicated to achieving enlightenment and serving Mother Mary and humanity during the Ascension, has been characterized by many extraordinary paranormal experiences, which is the foundation of discussion for this program. Joni & Mother Mary discuss a myriad of spiritual, metaphysical, and occult topics, including but not limited to: The Ascension, Achieving Enlightenment, Channeling, Astral Travel, Meditation, Spirit Retrieval, DNA Activation & DNA Blueprint Readings, Miracle Healings, E.T. Contact, Contact with Ghosts & Poltergeists, Near Death Experiences, and so on. At times Joni will channel her co-hostess Mother Mary. Listeners are encouraged to call in and ask Joni and Mother Mary questions and/or share their own personal experiences with spirituality, metaphysics, and the occult.






Joni is channeling harmonic spirals generated during the '72 Cali-Vancouver/Blue-For the Roses phase shift.





Much like PK Dick:



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Dick, 43, currently owns a home in the San Francisco suburb of San Rafael. Friday he made arrangements for its sale and is now actively searching for a new home here in Vancouver.


http://www.philipkdickfans.com/frank/vancouver2.htm


Hey Joni - Sonic Youth
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDl8KZFkPhM
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDl8KZFkPhM[/youtube]

She thinks she's a goddess
She says she talks to the spirits.
I wonder if she can talk to herself?
If she can bear to hear it?


-Lee Renaldo




Ahhhh...soothing pristine audio.




A sea kayaker from Santa Cruz named Koko just sat beside me at Nancy's.
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Wed Jan 14, 2009 12:32 am
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convulsionaire wrote:





A sea kayaker from Santa Cruz named Koko just sat beside me at Nancy's.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Severn

Source of the River Severn, Wales.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Severnsource.jpg
 
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Wed Jan 14, 2009 12:40 am
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Post subject: Re: I enjoy the New Age brand and find it quite relaxing Reply with quote

Señor Ketchup wrote:
guestron wrote:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/joniandmothermary

This woman has got to be one of the most pleasant people to listen to in this internet.

Her voice is soothing and whimsical yet sometimes dangerous as some of her energy work has known to crash computers.

3 BEAUTIFUL WOMEN SHARING MASSAGE (really heat up at 3 mins)
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxlu8-1r1IA&NR=1[/youtube]

An Afternoon with Joni & Mother Mary" is hosted by Rev. Joni E. Jenkins; gifted clairvoyant, telepathic Spiritual Teacher, Miracle Healer, and Channel for Mother Mary. Joni's life, which is dedicated to achieving enlightenment and serving Mother Mary and humanity during the Ascension, has been characterized by many extraordinary paranormal experiences, which is the foundation of discussion for this program. Joni & Mother Mary discuss a myriad of spiritual, metaphysical, and occult topics, including but not limited to: The Ascension, Achieving Enlightenment, Channeling, Astral Travel, Meditation, Spirit Retrieval, DNA Activation & DNA Blueprint Readings, Miracle Healings, E.T. Contact, Contact with Ghosts & Poltergeists, Near Death Experiences, and so on. At times Joni will channel her co-hostess Mother Mary. Listeners are encouraged to call in and ask Joni and Mother Mary questions and/or share their own personal experiences with spirituality, metaphysics, and the occult.


I find anal rub downs quite relaxing

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4q_u7NUHtM&feature=related[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUjU0lWZT0k[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUycGt9uQ4s&feature=related[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_xMNIpBdF4[/youtube]


mmmm..bubble butts
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqN93XwHCdo[/youtube]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBglOV-oGhA&feature=related[/youtube]


Going "down under" is the only thing on her mind....
http://www.aromahand.com/


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I'm wacking off to pr0n Razz

No one shuns like a shee shun shun.
 
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Wed Jan 14, 2009 6:25 pm
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octavian wrote:
convulsionaire wrote:





A sea kayaker from Santa Cruz named Koko just sat beside me at Nancy's.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Severn

Source of the River Severn, Wales.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Severnsource.jpg




The Arno:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arno_River


"Don't call me Gregor, Wanda"
"Don't call me Wanda, Severin"




velvet underground - venus in furs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwzaifhSw2c
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Don't call Me Nigger, Whitey - Sly and the Family Stone
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B29DV9ly6DE
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B29DV9ly6DE[/youtube]


ISLANDS - Don't Call Me Whitney, Bobby
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2SSIcG8FH4
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2SSIcG8FH4[/youtube]





"I will brook no familiarity," she cut me off sharply. "Nor will I stand for your entering my quarters without my calling for you or my ringing for you, and now you will not speak to me without my calling you or ringing for you, and you will not speak to me unless spoken to. From now on your name is no longer Severin, it is Gregor."

-Wanda Dunajew


you can call me basil, flora.


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Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:24 am
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http://www.ivyrugby.com/

Yale's Walter Camp and 1870s Rugby

Much is written about the birth of American Football in the Ivy League in the 1870s, but it was not until 1880 that Walter Camp lobbied the Ivies and succeeded to change the game from 15-a-side to 11-a-side. If we read between the lines of this American Football article, it's rugby that was predominantly played in the second half of the 1870s and it was played at Yale, Harvard, Princeton and Columbia.
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A ball-game resembling rugby football was a game played by ancient Greeks called episkuros (Greek: επίσκυρος) [1][2][3]. In Wales such a sport is called cnapan or "criapan," and has medieval roots. The old Irish predecessor of rugby may be caid. The Cornish called it "hurling to goals" which dates back to the bronze age, the West country called it "hurling over country" (neither should to be confused with Gaelic hurling in which the ball is hit with a stick called a hurley or hurl, not carried), East Anglians "Campball", the French "La Soule" or "Chole" (a rough-and-tumble cross-country game). English villages were certainly playing games of 'fute ball' during the 1100s. English boarding schools would certainly have developed their own variants of this game as soon as they were established - the Eton Wall Game being one example.

The invention of 'Rugby' was therefore not the act of playing early forms of the game at Rugby School or elsewhere but rather the events which led up to its codification.

The game of football was played at Rugby School between 1750 and 1823 permitted handling of the ball, but no-one was allowed to run with it in their hands towards the opposition's goal. There was no fixed limit to the number of players per side and sometimes there were hundreds taking part in a kind of enormous rolling maul. The innovation of running with the ball was introduced some time between 1820 and 1830, traditionally after William Webb Ellis broke the local rules by running forwards with the ball in a game in 1823. Shortly after this the Victorian mind turned to establishing written rules for the sports which had earlier just involved local agreements, and boys from Rugby School produced the first written rules for their version of the sport in 1845.

Around this time the influence of Dr Thomas Arnold, Rugby's greatest headmaster, was beginning to be felt around all the other boarding schools, and his emphasis on sport as part of a balanced education naturally encouraged the general adoption of the Rugby rules across the country, and, ultimately, the world.

[edit] The status of the rugby codes in various countries

Rugby union is both a professional and amateur game, and is dominated by first tier unions:New Zealand, Argentina, Australia, England, Fiji, France, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa and Wales. Rugby Union is administered by the International Rugby Board (IRB). Rugby union is the national sport in New Zealand, South Africa and Wales. Second and Third tier unions include Canada, Chile, Georgia, Italy, Japan, Namibia, Portugal, Romania, Samoa, Spain, Tonga, United States and Uruguay.

Rugby League is also both a professional and amateur game, administered on a global level by the Rugby League International Federation. In addition to the countless amateur and semi-professional competitions in countries such as the United States, Russia, Lebanon and across Europe, there are two major professional competitions worldwide—the Australasian National Rugby League and the European Super League. In the "National Rugby League" there are teams from four Australian states and territories, which are New South Wales, Queensland, ACT and Victoria, and there is also one in Auckland, New Zealand. In Super League there are two teams from outside the north of England, the London-based Harlequins and the Perpignan-based Catalans, although this will become three when the South Wales-based Celtic Crusaders join at the start of the 2009 seasons.

[edit] Laws

Main article: Comparison of rugby league and rugby union

Distinctive features common to both rugby codes (league and union) include the prolate spheroid ball and the ban on passing the ball forward, so that players can gain ground only by running with the ball or by kicking it. As the sport of rugby league moved further away from its union counterpart, rule changes were implemented with the aim of making a faster-paced, more try-oriented game.

Today, the main differences between the two games, besides league having teams of 13 players and union of 15, involve the tackle and its aftermath:

* Union players contest possession following the tackle: depending on the situation, either a ruck or a maul occurs. League players may not contest possession after making a tackle: play is continued with a play-the-ball (AKA: "Scratch")
* In league, if the team in possession fails to score before a set of six tackles, it surrenders possession. Union has no six-tackle rule; a team can keep the ball for an unlimited number of tackles before scoring as long as it maintains possession and does not commit an offence.

Set pieces of the union code include the scrum, where packs of opposing players push against each other for possession, and the lineout, where parallel lines of players from each team, arranged perpendicular to the touch-line (the side line) attempt to catch the ball thrown from touch (the area behind the touch-line).

In the league code, the scrum still exists, but with greatly reduced importance. Set pieces are generally started from the play-the-ball situation. Many of the rugby league positions have similar names and requirements to rugby union positions but there are no flankers in rugby league. The result of these variations have led to rugby union being considered a traditional form of rugby.

[edit] Culture

In the UK, an old saying goes "football is a gentleman's game played by ruffians (or variously hooligans, barbarians, beasts etc.) and rugby is a ruffian's game played by gentlemen". [4] In most rugby-playing countries, rugby union is widely regarded as an "establishment" sport, historically amateur, played mostly by members of the upper and middle classes. For example, many students at private schools and grammar schools play rugby union[5]. By contrast, rugby league has traditionally been seen as a working and middle class, professional pursuit. A contrast to this ideology is evident in the neighbouring unions of England and Wales. In England the sport is very much associated with the public schools system (i.e. independent/private schools). In Ireland, rugby union is also associated with private education and the "D4" stereotype, and this image of the spoilt, ignorant, wealthy rugby-playing jock inspired the best-selling Ross O'Carroll Kelly novels. In Wales, rugby is associated with small village teams which consisted of coal miners and other industrial workers playing on their days off[6]. In Australia support for both codes is concentrated in New South Wales, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory. The same perceived class barrier as exists between the two games in England also occurs in these states, fostered by rugby union's prominence and support at private schools.[7]

Exceptions to the above include New Zealand, Wales, France except Paris, Cornwall, the Borders region of Scotland, County Limerick in Ireland (see Munster), and the Pacific Islands, where rugby union is popular in working class communities. Nevertheless, Rugby League is perceived as the game of the working class people in northern England.[8], and in the Australian states of New South Wales and Queensland[7]

In the United Kingdom, rugby union fans sometimes use the term "rugger" as an alternative name for the sport, (see Oxford '-er').[9] Also the kick off is known to be called "Rug Off" in some regions. New Zealanders generally refer to rugby union simply as either "rugby" or "union" and to rugby league as "rugby league" or "league". [10]In the U.S., people who play rugby are sometimes called "ruggers", a term little used elsewhere except facetiously. Those considered to be heavily involved with the rugby union lifestyle—including heavy drinking and striped jumpers—sometimes identify as "rugger buggers". Retired rugby union players who still turn up to watch, drink and serve on committees rank as "alickadoos" or, less kindly, as "old farts" (the "old farts" reference has probably been made the more popular by former England captain Will Carling's remark on the RFU[11]).

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