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#16 Aug 30th, 2013, 18:30
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sounds


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Originally Posted by jituyadav View Post ... is it zzz as in sleeping, or it sounds as zzz?
Hard to tell now. This thread is getting very soporific!

Just be glad it isn't a Tamil 'zh.'

Or should that be a Tamizh 'zh?'
#18 Aug 31st, 2013, 01:24
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Originally Posted by jituyadav View Post I had no clue that this was the word with an s.

But I am confused, is it zzz as in sleeping, or it sounds as zzz?

The man said zzz, he mean zzz, zzzat's all folks!
Walt Whitman - Song of Myself

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If you find my posts confrontationist, please bear, I am an old frustrated guy who has nothing better to do than sit on rocking chair and curse the world whole day
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while this is not sufficiently weird, it seems to approach the drawn line so close and manages to not cross over..

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When Mindy Budgor was 27 years old, she apparently tried to find meaning in her life by temporarily ditching her wealth in Santa Barbara and jetting over to hang with the poor people of Kenya for two weeks on a humanitarian mission. While there, she says she met Maasai warriors and a chief named Winston who told her women were not allowed to be warriors. Budgor then returned home and hired a personal trainer to prepare her to return to Kenya to test the Maassai’s practice. According to Yahoo.com, Budgor says she was rejected by Winston, but then found someone else to help her meet her personal challenge:

After working with a personal trainer for six weeks in California to get in shape for her upcoming challenge, Budgor, along with a similarly adventurous friend, returned to Winston. He reneged on his offer, but the determined women found their way to a more open-minded warrior named Lanet, in Nairobi, who agreed to take them on.
http://colorlines.com/archives/2013/...i_warrior.html
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Red face Weirdo News

No sighs - no bones to pick - just plain weird

Sunday night Nina Davuluri, Miss New York was crowned the winner the 2014 Miss America Pageant.
She is the first contestant of Indian descent to be crowned Miss America.

When her win was announced, Twitter immediately exploded with hateful tweets, with people calling her Arab.

aie aie yo ... buzzzz


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Parenting like it's 1986: Couple bans modern tech to inspire kids.

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When TODAY Moms first reached out to Blair McMillan, we spent nearly an hour dialing, then dialing again, only to hear a busy signal on the other end of the phone.

“Sorry about that,” McMillan said with a laugh, “we don’t have call waiting. Or an answering machine for that matter!”

Parents Blair McMillan and Morgan Patey hold their sons Trey, far left, and Denton, far right. The family went so far as to change their hair and wardrobe to resemble the 1980s.

What? No call waiting? No answering machine? What is it, 1986?

Bingo.
Full article http://www.today.com/moms/parenting-...ids-8C11111429
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the twitter buzz in the miss america shows the extensive understanding some people have of the world around them....
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Passport – check.
Boarding pass – check.
Kleenex – check..



Public masturbation is now legal in Sweden*

*As long as you’re not masturbating AT anyone.



Them comments to the article - are to die for
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Originally Posted by brishti View Post ...Them comments to the article - are to die for
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shh, spearhealfe, not so loudly, i am in sweden currently, and busy, and don't want to look at you, that would be illegal.
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Brigadier steals 450-year-old ‘chhatris’, takes them home
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When two 450-year-old chhatris, or ornate canopies, went missing from Sultana village in Jaisalmer district, the residents were despondent. It was a place they visited for prayers: the small-scale yellow stone monument was home to idols of their gods and goddesses.
Full article http://epaper.timesofindia.com/Defau...&ViewMode=HTML
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MUMBAI: American origin theatre actor, author and stand-up comedian Gary Richardson left Indian shores on August 23 after an almost decade long stay in India without a valid visa or work permit.

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i consider this weird because someone thinks this needs to be said.

http://www.ndtv.com/article/world/no...e-otherstories

the best sentences i think are

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It also urged them not to occupy public toilets for long periods of time or leave footprints on the toilet seat. Nor should they pee in swimming pools.
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A 33-year-old tourist, also surnamed Zhang, visiting Hong Kong from central Anhui province complained that the guidelines were too many and too specific.

"You cannot possibly look through all of the rules before you go travelling. Also the rules are different in different places," he said. "I think it's not very feasible."
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