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Come Together People

No Matter what we as a people may or may not have thought about Michael Jackson as a person we can look a this acts as a human being. We as a people can look a the negative or look a the positive both do exist . The acts of kindness and good deeds this man did can only make us look at what a difference he made in this world and as a human being he was such an addition not subtraction to it. He made the difference and kept on making the difference with doing and giving monies and time to… Continue

Added by Angel Austin on July 10, 2009 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

DysEnchanted video

Added by Lilly DelValle on July 10, 2009 at 5:39am — 2 Comments

A Letter To Letterman, Hi Dave it's Dave

I originally sent this note to the CBS Mailbag on June 29, 2009. It's posted on TBD, but with TBD closing I can't hang out over there anymore, so maybe I'll be around here from time to time. We'll see.

Anywayz, Fuck the Bozos . . .

Hi Dave - its Dave.

Was that St. Martin you had on your show the other night? Oh no, it was Short Martin. I see. Funny guy. He's married? Not that I care, it just seems like it'll be harder to get him out of the… Continue

Added by ZenDog on July 10, 2009 at 4:56am — No Comments

Pharmaceutical Education: Who's Responsible? Who's Accountable?

Drug education is a deep and seemingly unexplored topic. No, we're not talking about Nancy Reagan's "Just Say No" program. We're talking about responsible pharmaceutical education. We're not here to point a finger or cast blame, but we are realistic in reviewing how our society arrived in a place where we have been faced with many unnecessary and irresponsible pharmaceutical-related tragedies.

Many people know more about their TV's, iPods and computers than their… Continue

Added by OCNaturalDoc on July 10, 2009 at 1:00am — No Comments

hospital time

spent the better part of the day getting my husband admitted to two hospitals. ugh. First his meds weren't helping him, so we started out getting him into a local crisis center. Then, during the final admission process, he spiked a b/p of 200/123. We got him to the local general hospital and admitted him to the E.R. They medicated him for pain and lowered his b/p, then released him.

Back to the crisis center, to admit him for a few days. This will fast-track him for treatment with… Continue

Added by susie hawes on July 9, 2009 at 10:54pm — No Comments

somemore quotes

"Remember, a better way is never found in the past, but always in the future".

"Life is steep, pack light".

Added by Marykay S on July 9, 2009 at 4:04pm — No Comments

Mass mailings....

Every day, it seems like half a dozen friends or so can't help but hit the "Reply All" button after someones sent them a mass mailing.

It goes like this:

Person "A" sends out a brief, "Hi! Doing great! Finally figured out NING! Love you!", and sends it to me, to you, to that guy over there, and to about 157 others.

Then, at least 6 of those 159 people other than me go and hit reply all, and send out a simple "Love you, too!" to me, to you, to that guy over… Continue

Added by Boothby171 on July 9, 2009 at 3:30pm — 2 Comments

Wie Gott in Frankreich!

So, I'm sitting at the computer at the public library. I'm seated next to Arthur368, a regular at the library. Brian, the head librarian, is here today. He's wearing a very interesting necktie. It features a map of the District of Columbia. You have to get close to the tie to discern what it is.

It's now official. I will be spending two weeks in Atlantic City in early August. I leave on the morning of Monday August 3rd and will return on Friday August 14th. My sister has a condo at… Continue

Added by Gary Freedman on July 9, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

A Thousand Leering Grimaces of Life

I am an impostor with many selves. My life narrative is a place where imaginative revisions seem (at least to me) necessary. I understand that we must all construct a story of our lives: the quiet tale we repeat in our heads, after dark, while falling asleep. Without compunction, I change my story at will, inventing details, shaping and reshaping my persona to suit myself and the needs of my avocation as writer and my personal life. But I don't like it when others dwell on the details of my… Continue

Added by Gary Freedman on July 9, 2009 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

How to Say I Love You

(I LOVE this)

Added by Lori on July 9, 2009 at 10:01am — 6 Comments

Open Your Heart to Change

"You cannot change what you will not admit.

In order to live fresh, you have to identify what

needs to be discarded. A superficial change

will not sustain your core values.

Examine honestly."

from the book of inspirational quotes..

What a difficult task. Early in the morning

I usually try to think about yesterday and

what I done, who I'd trespassed , who I

love the most, and what I need to do to

achieve peacefullness. always… Continue

Added by avebella on July 9, 2009 at 4:06am — No Comments

Check this out! ROAD* Reaching Out About Depression

If you have questions or want to start your own "ROAD" let me know.



Reaching Out About Depression or ROAD is a free, community-based program created by neighborhood women for women who are suffering in low income communities with depression and its related issues.

By creating a network of support in the community, the ROAD program helps women who have experienced stress or depression understand… Continue

Added by Rhonda McPherson on July 8, 2009 at 6:41pm — No Comments


Find more videos like this on… Continue

Added by Michael J Masiko on July 8, 2009 at 6:30pm — No Comments


By Jill Work

We said

We're starting on a second adoption

They said

So soon? Is that wise?

- but they didn't know

you were waiting for us...

We said

This time we want a boy

They said

Girls are easier to raise

- but they didn't know

you were waiting for us...

We said

We want a toddler

They said

It's better to adopt an infant

- but they didn't know

you were waiting for us...

They… Continue

Added by bluehcita on July 8, 2009 at 1:23pm — No Comments

New Bill HR2749 Gives FDA Unheard-of Power over Small Farmers, Food and Supplement Producers

The Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009 (FSEA) is a poorly written bill, now before the US House of Representatives. Known as the Waxman-Dingell bill, it really isn't much about food safety at all. Previous food safety issues in the news were centered around large agri-corporations, but this bill places its harshest burdens on small food and supplement producers. New language is introduced along with criminal and civil penalties, including up to 10 years of jail time and fines up to $100,000… Continue

Added by OCNaturalDoc on July 8, 2009 at 1:03pm — 4 Comments

A Lisztian Mood

I was in a Lisztian mood last night. I watched a DVD of Franz Liszt's "A Faust Symphony," performed by the Boston Symphony, conducted by Leonard Bernstein. The performance was recorded in about 1977. Some consider this symphony to be Liszt's masterpiece. It surely contains one of the most colorful families of leitmotifs in the orchestral repertoire. In fact, each character in Goethe's play is so vividly depicted that you might not be remiss in calling it an opera without words Leonard Bernstein… Continue

Added by Gary Freedman on July 8, 2009 at 12:29pm — No Comments


WQNA "Fear & Loathing In Springfield" set list, June 28th, 2009...

"Character" / "Wild America", Iggy Pop

"Revolution In Apt. 29", Wayne Kramer

"America" (Francis Scott Key), Lou Reed

"American Roulette", Robbie Robertson

"Are You Glad To Be In America?", James Blood Ulmer

"This Land Is Your Land", Woody Guthrie

"One Big Happy Family", Tonio K

"Folsom Prison Blues" (Johnny Cash), Steve Tombstone

"Hey, Good Lookin'"… Continue

Added by Snagg on July 7, 2009 at 4:00pm — 125 Comments

The Delights of Liszt

OK, so I have an appointment with my new psychiatrist this afternoon. He's from Somalia. I hope he's not a pirate. I've been seeing psychiatrists since 1977--can you believe that? Readers of my posts may wonder what I gain by seeing a psychiatrist. I'm on the fringe, mentally speaking.

Last night at about 3:00 a.m. my neighbors in 135--speaking euphemistically--got frisky. Very frisky. They live across the hall. But I could still hear their antics through their door, across the hall,… Continue

Added by Gary Freedman on July 7, 2009 at 11:15am — 4 Comments


Hi there how long has it been since we last spoke? Oh it must have been sometime now I bet. As you know from the last time that I had always wondered why you gave me this gift that at first seemed to be so wonderful and powerful,but yet i now seem to be asking you please take them away from me.Everyone is always saying that it was fiven to you for a reason but it always seems that when The moment happens that It becones to painful as well.Oh so many times I saw it coming and wondered if it was… Continue

Added by clark kents not superman on July 7, 2009 at 11:14am — No Comments

is she really out there?

Did you ever look into someones eyes and begin to wonder if you had seen them once before,another time in which you had loved them many times over in a different place and time?I had wondered about that sometime ago as we met just the other day,for you turned to ask me a question as if i was hearing it in a strange language,but as i look to see you, and my eyes meet yours all words are lost in wonder.Why me?There are others around to help you ponder on your question. For I am just a wonderer in… Continue

Added by clark kents not superman on July 7, 2009 at 11:13am — 4 Comments

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