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Month: May 2013

before and after

Virtue and vice, or pleasure and pain are not my heritage, Nor sacred texts, nor offerings, nor prayer, nor pilgrimage: I am neither food, nor eating, nor yet the eater am I— Consciousness and joy incarnate, Bliss of the Blissful am I. Atma Satkam (Song of the Soul), from Light on Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar I am looking at these people. They want me to…

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♥ ∞ < Ø

Senior Class Awards Instructions Please nominate one girl (G) and one male (M) for each category of awards. These awards will be given out at our senior breakfast June 7th. Please include first and last names of the individuals you nominate. Most Likely to Be President:  _____________ Best Smile:    _____________ Best Hair:    _____________ Best Personality:    _____________ Most likely to be a comedian:    _____________ Most likely to…

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plays well with others

Some things to consider about communal living . . . How many people do you want around? On what basis will you select them? How will you support yourselves? How will each person have privacy? How will you deal with the government, with transient people, with runaways? How will you educate your children? How many dogs will you allow?   from Living on the Earth,…

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Level Her Off

[flowplayer src=’’ splash=’’]     “Just because a cat has her kittens in an oven, you don’t call them biscuits.”   –Vicki Lane, Art’s Blood     There was this man I used to know, I want to call him a guy, but he was more of a man to me than a guy, and he appeared to be very smart. He wore glasses, he…

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(red) carpet treatment

    “Stop on the Day of Reckoning space. Receive $24,000 per child and pay off any loans. If you have a lot of money, spin the wheel and move on toward Millionaire Acres. Otherwise, bet what you have on a number. Spin the wheel. If your number comes up, you win the game. If it doesn’t, you’re out, and the game continues.”   –Instructions…

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how could it hurt?

“If I am on fire, put me out. If you put me out by rolling me on the ground, do not let me roll down a hill. If I do roll down a hill and get stuck under some bushes, just leave me there; you’ve given me enough ‘help’ already.” –Jack Handey   body worker ≠ sex worker discomfort ≠ pain i like you a…

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