Thursday, September 30, 2004

first george michaels brings oral sex into public luves, now this….

ok america i had a deep cleaning a while ago and it was VERY unpleasant, but im not sure id want to empower the nurse or technician to have complete control over my mind and body with the down side that i wont remember ANY of it.  I just nat even believe that in todays moral climate this is even being considered - alloing this opens the gate to perversion and sexual predeters

“Being oblivious to what’s transpired in the dental chair is the beauty of the approach, according to Scott. “The next thing I knew, I was home,” she says. “It was totally an answer to a prayer.”

“Though this technique has been promoted as a way to “sleep through your dental appointment,” patients are not actually asleep. They can still respond to a dentist’s questions and commands but aren’t likely to remember any of it, says Scott’s dentist, Leon Roisman of the Dental Plus Dental Group in Pasadena, Calif. Roisman has used the approach on an estimated 500 patients in the last year and a half.”

Posted by bbeard on 09/30 at 10:18 AM in Celebrity
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I’m doing my part to stop unsolicited mail.

Are you?

I’m mad as hell!  Can’t you tell?

I received an email many many months ago that had been forwarded many times.  This email proposed a solution to junk (snail) mail senders.  The idea proposed that you stuff all of their crap the postage paid envelope that the senders gives you.  Once the senders start realize that they are paying for postage in both directions from millions of recipients, they might start being a little more conservative with their solicitations.

This week I stuffed three envelopes from Capital One, AT&T, and Bank One back into their self addressed postage paid envelopes and sent them back.

I only hope that the company doesn’t activate the preapproved applications that they sent me!

I’ll report back what, if any, response I get.

Posted by SPN on 09/30 at 07:42 AM in Blogging
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Wednesday, September 29, 2004

hey p

whatever hapened to those baby advents of yours?

Posted by bbeard on 09/29 at 07:43 PM in
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take some time to read

This is from a man, Bruce Vincent, from Montana who received an award from the President.  He writes:

I’ve written the following narrative to chronicle the day of the award ceremony in DC.  I’m still working on a press release but the White House press corps has yet to provide a photo to go with it.  When the photo comes I’ll ship it out. When you get done reading this you’ll
understand the dilemma I face in telling this story beyond my circle of close friends.

Posted by bbeard on 09/29 at 07:37 PM in
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Top 10 Reasons Hurricane Season is Like Christmas

10. Decorating the house (boarding up windows)
9. Dragging out boxes that haven’t been used since last season (camping gear, flashlights)
8. Last minute shopping in crowded stores
7. Regular TV shows pre-empted for “specials”
6. Family coming to stay with you
5. Family and friends from out-of-state calling
4. Buying food you don’t normally buy...and in large quantities
3. Days off from work
2. Candles

And the number one reason Hurricane Season is like Christmas…

1. At some point you know you’re going to have a tree in your house!

Posted by SerQet on 09/29 at 11:38 AM in Religion / Sprituality
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2 itallian women released


after negotiations and a safe return it is rumored that the itallian government paid the ransom of 1,000,000. ( one Million) for both women.  a bargan according to

Posted by bbeard on 09/29 at 10:00 AM in International
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think we should get the hint?

ok folks, with all of the stories in the told testimate such as soddem and gamorah..... i want to leave you with this.

since our foundation as a nation in the wee years of the 1700’s we have at almost ever step wedged God out of our society.  now with all of the destruction via hurricans and impending earthquaqes and volcanic eruptions maybe we should reconsider.

SEATTLE - The lava dome in the crater of Mount St. Helens apparently is growing, possibly a new sign of an impending eruption, a top volcano scientist said Wednesday.

Posted by bbeard on 09/29 at 09:40 AM in Blogging
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Antipsychotic shows schizotypal personality disorder promise

Preliminary study findings suggest olanzapine may be effective for the treatment of schizotypal personality disorder (SPD).

Noting that “genetic, clinical, and neurobehavioral data support the hypothesis that SPD may be a schizophrenia-spectrum disorder,” Matcheri Keshavan and colleagues from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pennsylvania, USA, proposed that antipsychotic drugs, similar to those used in the treatment of schizophrenia, may be effective for the treatment of SPD.

Posted by bbeard on 09/29 at 09:33 AM in Personal
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Tuesday, September 28, 2004


ill be adding some photos of past remodeling jobs to the gallery soon.  ill try to shop them so every image will contain before and after


Posted by bbeard on 09/28 at 06:10 PM in Personal
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U.S. soldiers’ blogs detail life in Iraq

This article in [url=][/url] is a real eye-opener for those who want to read what real soldiers are experiencing in Iraq.

A couple of blogs to view -

Posted by Nuttshell on 09/28 at 11:36 AM in Blogging
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