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Don Deasy: Its Been Rough

time to get my act back together… not perfect and never will be but i just want to say that this last year has been one of the hardest ive ever endured emotionaly with lives lost ….hope yall are doing well and will be back to play and… Continue reading

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Ernest Hopkins: My Sea Travel

I love to watch films and programs about sea travel. I was particularly attracted to those that have shown exciting cruises ships. I always wanted to be on the site of luxury women with hair flying in the wind, standing pensively on the deck and watched the runaway wave. Perhaps my words cause a smile, I beckoned the beauty and romance of everything connected with the sea. And I thought that dreams will remain dreams – because we live far from the ocean and travel to distant lands if they ever become available to me, it will happen very long. But fate decided, apparently, to please me, and along with my parents, and provided us with a unique opportunity to take a boat trip on the boat, but it is certainly not a cruise on an ocean liner. It was on the Black Sea, where our family spent summer holidays. One morning in our room included my parents and friends offered to go with them on a short journey from Yalta to Cape Aya. We were promised a lot of impressions and not with the incomparable pleasure. We, of course, gladly agreed. The journey turned out an organized, well-prepared tour on a white two-story boat. We chose a place at the top, open deck, where you can not only enjoy the surrounding attractions, but also to feel the freshness of the sea waves, hear the cries of the gulls overhead, smell the sea air. In anticipation of something unusual, we stepped aboard. Once all passengers have taken their places, the ship slowly and majestically walked away from the pier. The guide introduced himself and wished us a pleasant journey. The ship rocked gently on the waves. But the ship began to gradually gain speed, sounded nice music and we forgot everything, lost in the magic feeling of “running through the waves.” Sun sweetly smiling at us from the heavens, and our white boat confidently cut through the sea surface, leaving behind a trace foaming. And in front of us waiting for a wonderful introduction to an undisclosed location. We sailed far enough from the coast, and I enthusiastically looked into the distance – on a delightful line of the Crimean mountains. That rushing up proud peaks, then gently down almost to the sea, the majestic mountain range stretched for dozens of kilometers, bewitching sight of its beauty. A rock on the shore of a sudden turned into a bizarre animal images. Here we have a mountain-cat, which, like the soft fluffy animal, down to the water and watches. Even the desire to stroke her. And here, it seems a dangerous predator – the alligator rose to the shore for a while cunningly hid his frightening fall in marine waters. While he was asleep, but try to come closer. What is this mysterious cogs on a ledge of the mountain reminds us the outlines of the tail of a dinosaur? Of course, this mountain dragon guarding his territory from the invasion of uninvited guests. Hesitated slightly, angered by something this terrible guard – and you do not escape his sizzling fire.

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Calleb Smith: New Performer

hey, im Calleb Smith , 32 years, my birthday date is on 5 septeber..i am new here..i have 2 weeks only.. i want to make friends, i wish to meet good people.. host ity is verry importand for me..i wish to meed smart people..beautiful peopl… Continue reading

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Rufus Maloy: Early Morning Video

Well I have some issues trying to do this webcam show. Why? because I’m pretty scared to have someone say aye I seen you on blah blah blah. I really don’t care but then I do. Na I don’t. I just wanted to type something and I did.

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Aron Ford: History

This article is about the academic discipline. For general history of Human Beings, see History of the world. For other use, see History (disambiguation).Historyby Nikolaos Gysis (1892)Those Who Can not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. [1]George SantayanaHistory (from Greek ἱστορία, history, meaning “inquiry, knowledge acquired by investigation”) [2] is the study of the past, Particularly how it Relates to humans. [3] [4] It is an umbrella term That Relates to past events as well as the memory, discovery, collection, organization, presentation, and interpretation of information acerca These events. About WHO Scholars write history are called historians. Events occurring prior to written record are Considered prehistory.History Also can refer to the academic discipline Which to use narrative to examine and analyze a sequence of past events, and objectively determine the patterns of cause and effect That determine them. [5] [6] Historians discussion Sometimes the nature of history and Its usefulness by discussing the study of the discipline as an end in itself and as a way of providing “perspective” on the problems of the present. [5] [7] [8] [9]Stories common culture to the owners, but not supported by external sources (such: such as the surrounding King Arthur), Usually are classified as heritage or culture legends, Because They do not show the “disinterested investigation” required of the discipline of history. [ 10] [11] Herodotus, a 5th-century BC Greek historian is Within the Western tradition Considered to be the “father of history”, and, along With His contemporary Thucydides, Helped form the foundations for the modern study of human history. Their works continue to be read today, and the gap Between the culture-focused Herodotus and Thucydides the military-focused remains a point of contention or approach in modern historical writing. In the Eastern tradition, to state chronicle the Spring and Autumn Annals Was known to be compiled from as early as 722 BC 2nd century BC, Although only texts survived.Have Helped Ancient influences spawn variant interpretations of the nature of history Which Have evolved over the centuries and continue to change today. The modern study of history is wide-ranging, and includes the study of specific regions and the study of Certain topical or thematical elements of historical investigation. Often Taught history is as part of primary and secondary education, and the academic study of history is a major discipline in University studies.Contents [hide]1 Etymology2 Description3 History and prehistory4 Historiography5 Philosophy of historyHistorical six methods7 Marxian theory of history7.1 Stages of history8 Areas of study8.1 Periods8.1.1 Prehistoric periodisation8.1.2 Stages of history8.1.2.1 Primitive communism8.1.2.2 Slave society8.1.2.3 Feudalism8.1.2.4 Capitalism8.1.2.5 Socialism8.2 Geographical locations8.2.1 Regions8.3 Military history8.4 History of religion8.5 Social history8.5.1 subfields8.6 Cultural history8.7 Diplomatic history8.8 Economic history8.9 Environmental history8.10 World history8.11 People’s history8.12 Historiometry8.13 Gender history8.14 Public history9 Historians10 The judgment of history11 pseudohistory12 Teaching historyScholarship vs 12.1 teaching12.2 Nationalism12.3 Bias in school teaching13 See also14 References15 Further reading16 External linksEtymologyHistory by Frederick Dielman (1896)The word history comes from Ancient Greek Ultimately ἱστορία [12] (History), meaning “inquiry”, “knowledge from inquiry”, or “judge”. It was in That sense That Aristotle used the word in His Περὶ Τὰ Ζῷα Ἱστορίαι [13] (peri Tà ZOA Ηistoríai “Inquiries About Animals”). The ancestor ἵστωρ word is attested early on in Homeric Hymns, Heraclitus, the Athenian ephebes’ oath, and in Boiotic inscriptions (in a legal sense, either “judge” or “witness”, or similar).The Greek word was borrowed into history as Classical Latin, meaning ‘investigation, inquiry, research, account, description, written account of past events, writing of history, historical narrative, recorded knowledge of past events, story, narrative’. History was borrowed from Latin (possibly via Old Irish or Old Welsh) into Old Inglés Staer as (‘history, narrative, story), esta word but fell out of use in the late Old Inglés period. [14]Meanwhile, as Latin Became Old French (and Anglo-Norman), history developed into forms Such istorie as, Estoire, and Cartoon, with New Developments in the meaning: ‘account of the events of a person’s life (beginning of the 12th cent. ) chronicle account of events as Relevant to a group of people or people in General (1155), dramatic or pictorial representation of historical events (C1240), body of knowledge relative to human evolution, science (c1265) of actual narrative or imaginary events, story (c1462) ‘. [14]It was from Anglo-Norman That history was borrowed into Middle Inglés, and This Time the loan stuck. It appears in the thirteenth-century Ancrene Riwle, but Seems to Have Become a common word in the late fourteenth century, With An early attestion appearing in John Gower’s Confessio Amantis of the 1390s (VI.1383): ‘I bok compiled in a weekend | to this matiere an old histoire, | the Which comth nou to my memoire ‘. In Middle Inglés, the meaning of history was “story” in general. The restriction to the meaning ‘the branch of knowledge That deals With past events; Formal record or the study of past events, esp. human affairs’ Arose in the mid-fifteenth century. [14]With the Renaissance, older senses of the word Were revived, and it was in the Greek sense That Francis Bacon used the term in the late sixteenth century, When I wrote about “Natural History”. For him, history was “the knowledge of objects determined to by space and time,” That sort of knowledge provided by memory (while science was provided by reason, and poetry was provided by fantasy). [15]In an expression of the linguistic synthetic vs. analytic / isolating dichotomy, Inglés like Chinese (史 vs. 诌) Designates now separate words for human history and storytelling in general. In modern German, French, and MOST Germanic and Romance languages, Which are solidly synthetic and highly inflected, the same word is still used to mean both “history” and “story”.The historical adjective is attested from 1661, and historic from 1669. [16]Historian in the sense of a “researcher of history” is attested from 1531. In all European languages, the substantive “history” is still used to mean both “What Happened With men”, and “the scholarly study of the happened”, the Sometimes Latter sense distinguished with a Capital letter, “History”, or the word historiography. [13]

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Hero Valentine: What I Like

Me personally, i like being dominated. I like being told what to do, i like being made what to do and i like being punished for not doing it or not doing it right or just punished in general. MEANING, the top or dom NEVER passes a point o… Continue reading

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Tej Shines: Lots to Discuss

Well for starters, I’ve had one crazy week or I should say couple of weeks, I recently found out that the house I’m living in is going to split and things are going to be changing. I’ve had a lot of people show me their true colors to m… Continue reading

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Dick Hardwood: August 19th Chat Time 1st Chat for Me.

Thanks to all the folks that droped by and made it great. Thanks to all who tipped. I had a greeat time, I hope you did to for all who where visiting. Today was crazy its good to be home and TGIF tomorrow!

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Dick Hardwood: August 19th Chat Time 1st Chat for Me.

Thanks to all the folks that droped by and made it great. Thanks to all who tipped. I had a greeat time, I hope you did to for all who where visiting. Today was crazy its good to be home and TGIF tomorrow!

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Henry Ball: My Typical Day

Everyday I wake up in the morning at around 8 AM with a massive erection, thinking about sex. The thought of pounding away at someone else’s flesh and sharing their bodily fluids excites me. It makes me feel a way that no man can describe to anyone else on the planet Earth. Once I think about this for 5 minutes or so I proceed to roll over from my stomach to my back to begin masturbating. After Masturbating, using only jergens lotion of course, I clean up only to think, “Why?” Why because I only know I am going to jerk off again in 10 short lived minutes of my life. After proceeding with my second go around, I decide to go look at myself naked in the mirror to proceed into my shower only to judge my body. Everyday I judge my body as, “As perfect as someone else would want it.” After washing myself with the finest of body washes in the warmth of the shower, I dress myself hop into my car to go to class. In class all I can help but to think for the whole period is about someone in my class, to think, “I would I be satisfactory enough for their sexual desires?” So the question is am I satisfactory enough for your sexual desires?

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