Monday, August 08, 2011



Anonymous said...

Mexico is a dirtbag third world toilet. There is nothing there for the gringos. The beans hate your lily white ass.

Huevos Grande said...

La buena noticia es que los sistemas operativos para teléfonos inteligentes como el Android, incluyen programas de encriptación (protección de archivos) y aplicaciones de seguridad, herramientas que le garantizan la protección de su información, incluso en caso de pérdida de su dispositivo móvil.

Nutless one said...

Mi amigo por favor dando palo donde no brilla el sol.

Mohammed Allah said...

Three years have passed since the rise of the Shadowch and in those years the Dwarvendim have set to the restoration of the Stone Kingdoms. Migrating from the far corners of Arborell, the remnants of the Dwarvendim return to the fortress-cities of their ancestors and find both ruin and hope. For Halokim Vesh it is a time to look to a more settled life, and for a short time it is his to enjoy, but life is never easy or straightforward.
In the cold of the Northern Wastes trouble brews between the Kraals of the Hordim. With the power of the Mutan weakening the Hordim look to new leaders and the settling of old scores. From the Kraals of the Jotunheim the Jotun of the March refuse to accept the prophecy of the Living Book that gives command to the Jotuni Delving, and to disprove his claims prepare to make war on the Jotun of the West. With each of the Kraals of the Oera'dim taking sides there can be no resolution, and no chance that the Hordim will make peace with the Men of the South.
In a world that once again rushes headlong into conflict Halokim is summoned to the Grand Circle of LoreMasters. They have a new quest, one that sends himself and the Tak Lovar into the desolation of the Jotunheim, searching for the leadership of the Jotun of the March. As emissaries of Mankind they are on a diplomatic mission, but one that soon ends as an old nemesis makes itself known, and the future of the world once again hangs in the balance.

Soothsayer said...

This history shows many a violent and collaborative twists before which modern man now stands with great arrogance. From primeval tools of slings and arrows we now have ‘mature technology’ in the form of weapons such as ICBMs,poisen gas, atomic, hydrogen, neutron bombs, and cruise missiles and submarines to deliver and destroy mutual enemies.
Human groups in the form of tribes, regions, and nation states are still eyeing each with the memories of what territories were lost to whom. Long term suspicions lurk when negotiators [India -Pakistan, India-China, China-Russia, China- U.S.A, Serbia, Bosnia, Albania, Chechnya, Palestine, Israel, Syria] sit across tables. During negotiations the threat of weapons is an unspoken reminder as to which side must submit. American Indian tribes, Amazonian Indians, Australian aborigines [for their territorial concepts see Songlines –Bruce Chatwin] by and countless other cultures have been virtually wiped out.
Perhaps the technology of genetic cloning may bring these dead tribes back to life. World War I & World 2 [fought for territorial- economic claims] left about 150 million dead and the use of the Atomic bomb over Hiroshima and Nagasaki saw the terrible results of this technology. In Vietnam, America used more tonnage of bombs than was used in World War 3

Murphy Dowden said...


Lord's Blessing said...

That's correct, Murphy Dowden, you read it correct.

Ned Flanders said...

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved, and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

Doh! said...

Highly relevant!

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