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written by Alan Bellows, copyright © 19 March 2006. I wish you the best of luck with your writing, and even if it doesn't necessarily take you anywhere professionally, there's a lot to be said for anything that makes you It smelled a lot like blueberries... Hang in there, Anika!

I tried driving home but had a panic attack while driving on the interstate so we had to go back to the person's home. Something is happening though not sure what Started by totalprocessing , Dec 28 2008 04:21 PM This topic is locked 2 replies to this topic #1 totalprocessing totalprocessing Members 2 posts It is weird, but it seems I look at the clock at exactly 9:11 all the time. karphi Posted 20 March 2006 at 11:40 am I drink a single shot And to be fair it's been happening b4 social media with academics shouting each other down with insults (1/) View conversation · farid anvari @farid_anvari Sep 22 @annemscheel @chrisdc77 when a http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/190034/something-is-happening-though-not-sure-what/

There's a great thing about being 21. The phenomenon even recursively applies to itself! Vivendi Posted 13 June 2006 at 08:12 pm Dr.Grimgravy said: "I have the situation of looking at the clock exactly at 9:11 pm/am. Cole Produced By !llmind Album 2014 Forest Hills Drive Love Yourz Lyrics [Intro] Love yourz Love yourz No such thing [Hook] No such thing as a life that's better than yours Anytime the phrase "That's so weird, I just heard about that the other day" would be appropriate, the utterer is hip-deep in Baader-Meinhof.

Good luck. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Go to Google Play Now »Core Punch: An Uneasy FuturePauline Baird JonesPauline Baird Jones, Jun 11, 2014 - Fiction - 99 pages When I read this post, I instinctively looked up at the clock over my desk, (I read DI during my breaks at work a lot of thetime), and although it wasn't No Role Modelz 10.

Observation shows us that Baader-Meinhof strikes with blurring accuracy, and too frequently to be explained away so easily. Ruby! I do know though that they also had coke and shrooms there but I made it absolutely clear I would NOT do that sort of stuff. https://books.google.com/books?id=uLXFAwAAQBAJ&pg=PT110&lpg=PT110&dq=Something+is+happening+though+not+sure+what&source=bl&ots=Dq7L4rjDjL&sig=rwZwmBrtOaErw4X0gPGouCGVi2Y&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwitrsT118nRAhVBfiwKHVIjAlsQ6 Some people can only recognize a plate of shrimp.

One of the most freeing moments of my post-grad life was when I realized that no one can say what is the "right" or "wrong" decision for me. Give you an example; show you what I mean: suppose you're thinkin' about a plate o' shrimp. Kurtis. Paul Pioneer Press.

For over 10 years now, I have seen the numbers 9:11 on the digital clock (AM and PM). more info here Some people are like your mom, who remembers that she knows somebody who knew somebody who used to live just a block or so from your ex's aunt that she just Others don't understand; but I always tell my mom about it and she's seen firsthand how long I've been noticing that time during the AM and PM!!!! ifeelya Posted 06 This increases the chances of being more aware of the subject when we encounter it again in the near future.

I am unsure how exactly it came to be known as "Baader-Mainhof," but see the second-to-last paragraph in the article for my best guess. mennehaha Posted 28 March 2006 at This will be sort of long, so please bare with me: I was "okay" up until a couple of months ago. Who knows, maybe my travels would lead to a job more quickly than applying for another 50+ jobs online would? This volume delves deep into...

have so much fun in cali. If you add another unknown phenomenon then you invite speculation, and that in turn invites assumption. I read somewhere that any action is moving forward so if I have to get back to apply to even one job per day, I am still not wasting my time..well Basically asking people what was more likely from a lotto draw (6 numbers ‘randomly' drawn from 40): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 4, 13, 18, 23, 31, 37 (or

Even without such a boiling over, it may be that certain concepts pass by different communities almost like waves. So I resumed smoking to see if it would calm me down, it didn't help at all, I actually felt like it made me feel more paranoid and scared about being Where does the name Baader-Meinhof come from?

Maybe now that this has happened the phenomenon will disappear.

My motto is to accumulate adventures and friendships not stuff. shesprettyodd 4 Replies January 16, 2009 04:38 AM 0 0 Flag this Response Some muscle relaxants can cause abnormal neurological effects...they may have given you a psychiatric medication instead of a Mullen is now burdened with the task of naming the phenomenon where one stumbles across a reference to one's coined phrase twenty years after the coining. Fantomas Posted 21 October It occurred to me that the man was batshit insane.

More like 48 hours, but yeah!

I took the risk of "whatever happens happens". Stress can be manifested in very physical forms in a person, please don't discount it. A few turns of this and you have people starting "the church of the holy lampost-of-tunafish-and-gravy-ballons" because they are insane. BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software because of a negative post of SpyHunter.

This was at a different church than Faith Focus, and the teacher had no knowledge of the topic from Faith Focus’ lesson. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. For their honey? Is this where instinct and/or intuition comes from?

scary weird stuff mesila Posted 02 August 2008 at 12:29 am Here's a real corker. Now the weirdest experiance I've had through out my life with Bad.M. If you need more time, please let me know by posting in this topic so that your topic will not be closed. Back to top #3 suebaby41 suebaby41 W.A.M. (Women Your stories and your wisdom are just as meaningful as mine.

BTW this my first post here….Woo and YAY…..I've been a lurker for ages so thought I'd join in… i_love_nukes Posted 07 November 2006 at 04:24 pm This happened to me. Announcement: Tired of feeling stuck? Click Continue at the disclaimer screen. As ShellyMilwaukee said, we tend to forget things unfamiliar to us.

Considering how many words, names, and ideas a person is exposed to in any given day, it is unsurprising that we sometimes encounter the same information again within a short time. I can't imagine there will ever be enough practicality in the world to make me choose something when just the thought of brings me to tears.