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January 09 2014

 As a voracious reeadr myself. I can relate to the ever so common Taiwan phenomenon of having to read basically anything found in some soon to be leaving foreigners book collection. I have read many things I normally would never have read. Try living on Lanyu for a year and running out of books, rereading old books halfway through just to start another book so that by the end of 10 books you managed to construct a whole new storyline. Canada, the second hand stores brimming with circa 1950's sci-fi... Aye it is like a dream... 



January 09 2014

 Hey, kiellr job on that one you guys! 



January 09 2014

 Whoever wrote this, you know how to make a good arteilc. 



January 09 2014

 Je cherche les preats sur ttiers auto de Los Angeles . Savez-vous comment faire une demande de preats sur ttiers auto los angeles ? 



January 09 2014

 If you're looking to buy these arteilcs make it way easier. 



January 09 2014

 This wedding was so beutaiful! Do you know where the bride got the pink and yellow paper hot air balloons that guests wrote well wishes on and pinned to the map? I would love to have them for my wedding! 



January 09 2014

 Judy, I can't help but smile when I look at your folk art. I love the whimsey. Been there myelsf with my paintings before I stopped painting all together. And when I finally came back to it after a 7 year hiatus, I found myelsf naturally drawn to abstracts. You call it digging deep and that is is painting at a level where the ego doesn't venture, where you are lost in the process. I like the idea of combining the two, the whimsical and the abstract. I think that's why I'm drawn to the work of Flora Bowley. I'm taking a class with her right now, filling canvas after canvas after canvas BIG CANVAS, with layers and color. And in a week or two or whatever her schedule is, getting around to turning them into something.Meanwhile, I'm going to throw my head back and laugh at the sky because EVERYTHING is perfect, after all xo 



January 09 2014

 1. The United states was foemrd specifically to get the people formerly of England out from under the irrational and often whimsically cruel heel of monarchs. It is crucial that no president of the United States ever bow to any monarch. It flies in the face of the very reason de etre of the USA in the first place. The people of the US are a people with a government and until recently, not the other way around.Also, the obsequious bow by Obama to the Emporor of Japan, was done without any vetting of proper procedure of Japanese etiquette. In fact a case could be made albeit a poor one, that he was merely following proper diplomacy. But he was not. The act was without research, and an embarrassment to all. By all means feel free to live in a fantasy land of monarchs and chivalry. So long as these rules hold no real power they are lots of fun as indulgences and can give one a personal sense of moral superiority in holding nobility as valid. I am Canadian by the way. We also have a Queen. One who knows that silence is the better part of royalty. She does breed some mighty fine dogs though. 



January 09 2014

 That's a smart answer to a difclfuit question. 



January 09 2014

 Can never get enough Day of the Dead pohots and commentary. Please pots anything you have!! Love your pohots! Someone asked me if it was a school holiday. Is it? How many days? 


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