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Some nice pictures [Jun. 23rd, 2006|03:18 pm]
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http://www.quitanlephotography.com/index.html
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(no subject) [Jun. 21st, 2006|11:14 am]
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEETIE =+)
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Ender's Game?! [Jun. 13th, 2006|11:16 am]
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You may already know this but......
They are making a movie about Ender's Game http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0400403/
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Wolfgang [Jun. 12th, 2006|11:21 am]
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I don't know if it is premature or not but we think he may be over his cold

He ate like a fiend last night-> this morning

Now instead of not eating enough in very small quantities in short periods he is eating a lot and very often; this again means limited sleep periods.

The ladies have been handling almost all of the witching hour-Graveyard shifts with our baby so I want to send a big chears to all of em for mamking it through such a rough period.

To all you familes out there who have been through the same Kudos to you!

The positive side to getting over this cold is that he is building up important anti-bodies =+)

Time stamp:
Woflgang will be 28 Days as of 5:38 PM today


YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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10 lbs 1 ounce 5:38 PM [May. 15th, 2006|10:16 pm]
ZungLei
both are good

and for the win!

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Chinese Scullcap, Scutellaria baicalensis [Mar. 30th, 2006|03:05 pm]
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http://www.vitacost.com/science/hn/Herb/Scullcap_Chinese.htm

Active constituents
The root of Chinese scullcap contains the flavonoid baicalin that has been shown in test tube studies to have protective actions on the liver. Anti-allergy actions and the inhibition of bacteria and viruses in test tube studies have also been documented with Chinese scullcap.2 Some preliminary Chinese human trials, generally of low quality, suggest that Chinese scullcap may help people with acute lung, intestinal, and liver infections, as well as hay fever.3 More extensive clinical research is needed to clearly demonstrate Chinese scullcap’s effectiveness for these conditions
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Daylight savings time [Mar. 29th, 2006|08:27 am]
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http://webexhibits.org/daylightsaving/b.html


Due to American need to change time they willl be doing it in the month of March instead of April,
next year and years to come.

As we are the US' biggest trading partner we will probably be doing the same
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Changing vehicles [Mar. 28th, 2006|11:39 am]
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http://www.megaencan.com/en/index.spy

Anyone bought from this place before?
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More on fooles [Mar. 7th, 2006|02:55 pm]
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History
The origins of the jester are possibly in prehistoric tribal society. Pliny the Elder mentions a royal jester (planus regium) when recounting Apelles' visit to the palace of the Hellenistic King Ptolemy I. However, jesters are mainly thought of in association with the Middle Ages.

http://www.answers.com/topic/jester
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(no subject) [Mar. 3rd, 2006|08:37 am]
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY BUNZ!!!!!
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