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Posted May 05, 2012, 08:13 AM
  I_Love_McRedneckYou usually have a sheowr a few months before your wedding. Your maid of honor or your family throws the party for you. There's always cake and some sort of lunchy food, sandwiches, finger foods and cheese platters, that kind of stuff.You play silly little games like Bingo where people try to guess what presents you receive that day, sometimes they dress you up in funny clothes, sometimes they give words of wisdom. It's a lot of fun. A lot of times they show a slideshow you you and your fiancee.They all bring presents, so make sure you're registered somewhere. People usually spend about $ 25 per person on sheowr gifts, so keep that in mind when registering too.EVERYONE has a sheowr, I'm surprised your bridesmaids and friends haven't asked you about it already. You defintiely shouldn't be worried about having one, I'd ask your maid of honor if she'll plan one for you with the other bridesmaids. They've probably been to them before, so they'll have a better idea of what to do.
Flex Posted Nov 05, 2006, 12:27 AM
 
QUOTE(Enki @ Nov 05, 2006, 12:23 AM) *

And remember Matrix does not exist! tongue.gif


Do not be so sure wink.gif
Enki Posted Nov 05, 2006, 12:23 AM
  And remember Matrix does not exist! tongue.gif
Enki Posted Nov 05, 2006, 12:20 AM
  The Legions are relocating.
The pre - DEMONstration is in process (I am joking).
Men in Black return the "Galaxy" (Gmail account)! laugh.gif
Hands off from BrainMeta!
The Inviseble Empire strikes back.

QUOTE
Brief power cuts hit parts of France, Germany
Sun Nov 5, 2006 3:58 AM GMT


http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/articlenew...orld-C3-More-11

PARIS (Reuters) - Parts of France, including areas of Paris, were plunged into darkness overnight by power cuts lasting up to 90 minutes. At least three German states were also hit.
Maurice Marion, head of the mining and energy division of France's CGT trade union, said Saturday's outage was the country's worst in 30 years and had hit eastern areas in particular.


Goodbye, talk to you all next year.
Yours Enki

PS: Hope nothing will happen with my e-mail again. :kiss:

Enki Posted Nov 04, 2006, 12:32 AM
 
QUOTE(Trip like I do @ Nov 03, 2006, 04:08 PM) *

Hello Enki....welcome back! Wow, that was a quick year....time is really accelerating at an enormous rate. We need to learn how to dilate time in order to slow down and offset this accelerating phenomenon.


Hallow Trip,

I just came back for a while to notify about e-mail violation problems only.

So the year is not over. So I will be off. I guess that kids did not reach to the Omega level up to now. laugh.gif

The games with the time are very, very, very dangerous. It is very hard to "persuade" 'former' KGB workers from the department # "13" that it is very, very, very, very dangerous to play into amoral time dilation experimental games with the Great Old Democrate. And it is not James P. Hogan's The Proteus Operation case, neither Hitler died in 1958, and more over it is not the sharp rock the cat is assembled off looking at lion, which supposedly covers the deep shaft not permitting light to drop its rays on the face of one old scientist whose moral values are still being questioned.

So the games with time are dangerous. You know it is not recommended to the friends of Mr. Harry Potter to use chronovisors (Robert liked to talk about) so frequently, and to play in games with water.

A nice window indeed Trip, nice colors.

Wish you to paint a masterpiece,

With good wishes,
Yours Enki
Trip like I do Posted Nov 03, 2006, 04:08 PM
  Hello Enki....welcome back! Wow, that was a quick year....time is really accelerating at an enormous rate. We need to learn how to dilate time in order to slow down and offset this accelerating phenomenon.
Enki Posted Nov 03, 2006, 03:55 AM
 
QUOTE(code buttons @ Sep 22, 2006, 09:06 AM) *

I'd be like the second burning of the Library of Alexandria to me!!!!


Ohhh please do not say so, it was such a great tragedy that I still cry when remember.

Enki Posted Nov 03, 2006, 03:51 AM
 
QUOTE(Shawn @ Sep 22, 2006, 07:53 AM) *

From about 2-8 am, PST, the BrainMeta server went down due to a power outage.


Strange indeed. huh.gif
code buttons Posted Sep 22, 2006, 09:06 AM
  That was pretty scary: clicking on the forum and getting an ugly error message! Makes me wonder: How is the forum stored on permanent record? Is there ever a possibility that it gets permanently lost? How does that work? I hope not. I'd be like the second burning of the Library of Alexandria to me! What would I do without BM?!!!
Shawn Posted Sep 22, 2006, 07:53 AM
  From about 2-8 am, PST, the BrainMeta server went down due to a power outage.
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