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Yes, those lying, imperialistic dogs have lied to you again. They have told you that would would find the following URL here: http://www.lilesnet.com /humor/lieclock.htm But we do not have such a file. That file is not even within 100 miles of this website. That file is committing suicide because it has been shamed and Allah will roast its stomach in hades.
Yes, those lying, imperialistic dogs have lied to you again. They have told you that would would find the following URL here: http://www.lilesnet.com /humor/rd.htm
Although Facebook is a highly convenient way for people to keep in touch with their loved ones, sometimes the sharing we do on Facebook can have disastrous results! Updating your status badmouthing your boss without realizing that your boss in your friendsâ€™ list is one of the most common mistakes many Facebook users make. Apart from such blunders, there are other friends who leave unexpected comments on your posts and photos. All of this works together to provide us material for our todayâ€™s list â€“ 15 of the worst Facebook Fails.
Teacher totally owns an ex-student. Burn! Posted by: Sara More posts by Sara Not knowing enough to call herself an expert in anything, but knowing plenty enough to get herself in trouble, Sara loves to spend her time blogging and exploring all things technology and social media related.
Here is a quick answer. Paper=Money,or people who have alot of it. Rock=Power, like military or political powers. Scissors=Science, or "cutting" edge technology. Those with money, like governments, are able to buy power(military, votes, ect.) to accomplish what they need. In order to keep the their "power", money needs to buy "scissors", or technology, in order to keep the "rock" strong.
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Every once in a while, I write down a piece of advice I'd like to pass on to my kids one day. (In fact, these pieces of advice may soon form an 11Points list.)
More of the best obnoxious responses to misspellings on Facebook. posted 03/01/2012 Are you someone whose day can be ruined by witnessing clumsy spelling all over the world's largest social network?