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  1. I love the cleveland show! Funny! Go Jr. Go Jr.
  2. Wow the stuff people have time to come up with and build. We should have a lego building contest here. See what people build.
  3. If you missed the show this was pretty cool [ame=]Week 2 - Fighting Gravity's Audition Video by America's Got Talent - MySpace Video@@AMEPARAM@@[/ame]
  4. Im 2 years older than u and I feel like an old lady lately
  5. :sake:yeah Happy B day!
  6. :sake:Hi welcome! Where are you from? What was the first anime u ever watched? My first anime was when I was like 5 and it was about a unicorn named Unico (I think it was an anime)
  7. ha ha awesome!
  8. Omg

    Yeah Bleach!?
  9. this is so my husband.
  10. Did you hear Obama talking about the oil spill I believe it was last week? He was saying that this is on his mind when he wakes up and this is on his mind when he goes to bed. Im waiting to hear what his plan is for this disaster
  11. :sake:Hello
  12. My son is having some serious bedtime rebellion issues so when he naps I just let him sleep, otherwise I have a cranky baby. My son fell asleep in the car today so when I went to pump gas I pulled up in the shade to the closet pump by the store. I ran inside to no line payed the teller and came out to pump my gas. I realized today that my tags are expired so I Was being really careful where I drove. Im not even home 10 minutes when I hear a knock on my door. I open the door to see a police officer. I kinda freaked out inside my head because I thought oh my gosh they followed me home to ticket me for expired tags. To my surprise the officer asks me if I had just pumped gas off southern and power. I thought about it for a sec and said yes at the circle K. He then informs me that they had received a call that a baby was left in the car. He then asked me if I was just in the store briefly and I said yeah less than 5 minutes since I had very little wait. I invited the officer in to check on my son if her liked and he was very nice when he came in. We talked about my little guy's bedtime rebellion and the officer thanked me and went on his way. I never leave my kids in the cars especially in this Arizona heat but I guess from now on nap or not I will have to take my son in with me. So rant that people cant mind their own fucking business, rave that I had such an understanding officer. First time I have ever dealt with the police down here and was really surprised they were so cool.
  13. You know it really was a blessing that someone called and cared because we have a lot of cases in Az where people have left their kids in the car and they have died. You know for a split second I thought they followed me home for expired tags and I was wating for them to ask proof of citizenship since I have a hispanic last name. The officer didnt even ask my name. He did come in the house and check on the baby which was good but he didnt contact CPS since he felt my son was not in danger.
  14. Holloway suspect sought in Peru killing Arrest warrant issued for van der Sloot after woman's death NBC, and news services updated 1:22 p.m. PT, Wed., June 2, 2010 A young Dutchman previously arrested in the 2005 disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway is the prime suspect in a weekend murder of a Peruvian woman, police said Wednesday. Joran van der Sloot is being sought in the Sunday killing of 21-year-old Stephany Flores in a Lima hotel, Criminal police chief Gen. Cesar Guardia told a news conference. He said the suspect fled the country the next day by land to Chile. The Dutch government said Interpol has issued an international arrest warrant for Van der Sloot. Guardia said the 22-year-old Dutchman, who was in the country for a poker tournament, appears with the young woman in a video taken at a Lima casino early Sunday. The victim's father, Ricardo Flores, told reporters she was killed about 8 a.m. in a hotel room in the upscale Miraflores neighborhood that was splattered with blood, indicating a struggle. El Comercio newspaper in Lima reported that Flores was stabbed. Her father is a businessman and race car driver. The killing occurred exactly five years after the May 30, 2005, disappearance of Holloway in Aruba, a Dutch Caribbean island. "We have an interview with a worker at the hotel who says she saw this foreigner with the victim enter his room," said Guardia. Van der Sloot left Peru on Monday, Guardia said, according to an immigration registry. He had been staying at the hotel since May 14 and checked out on Sunday four hours after he arrived there with the victim, the police general added. A document obtained by NBC News from Peru's Dirección General de Migraciones states that Van Der Sloot left Peru on Monday via land to Chile at 1:42 p.m. local time. The document also states he arrived in Peru via Colombia on an Avianca flight on May 14. Interpol has issued an international arrest warrant for Van der Sloot, Dutch Foreign Ministry spokesman Bengt van Loosdrecht told The Associated Press in The Netherlands. He cited as his sources Peruvian police and the Dutch Embassy in Lima. The embassy's head of consular affairs, Angela Lowe, told the AP she could not comment on the case. An attorney for Van der Sloot in New York City, Joe Tacopina, said he did not know his client's whereabouts and has not been in touch with him since the Peru allegations emerged. Tacopina cautioned against a rush to judgment. "Joran van der Sloot has been falsely accused of murder once before. The fact is he wears a bull's-eye on his back now and he is a quote-unquote usual suspect when it comes to allegations of foul play," Tacopina said. Van der Sloot was twice arrested but later released for lack of evidence in the 2005 disappearance of Holloway, who was on a high school graduation trip to the Caribbean island. No trace of her has been found and van der Sloot remains the main suspect in the case, said Ann Angela, spokeswoman for the Aruba prosecutor's office. Video Sad anniversary for Natalee Holloway’s mom May 30: Beth Holloway tells TODAY she isn’t giving up on her quest to find out what happened to her daughter. Today show "What's happening now is incredible," she said. "At this moment we don't have anything to do with it, but we are following the case with great interest and if Peruvian authorities would need us, we are here." Van der Sloot's late father was a prominent judge in Aruba. The mystery of Holloway's disappearance has garnered wide attention on television and in newspapers in Europe and the United States. Holloway, 18, of Mountain Brook, Ala., was last seen in public leaving a bar on Aruba with van der Sloot and two Surinamese brothers — Deepak and Satish Kalpoe — hours before she was due to board a flight home from the school trip. Two years ago, a Dutch television crime reporter captured hidden-camera footage of Van der Sloot saying he was with Holloway when she collapsed on a beach, drunk. He said he believed she was dead and asked a friend to dump her body in the sea. Judges subsequently refused to arrest van der Sloot on the basis of the tape. Chief prosecutor Peter Blanken told NBC News in February that the suspect's story was "very unbelievable," and no charges followed the confession. "The locations, names and times he gave just did not make sense," Blanken told NBC News. Click for related content Read more news from around the world The Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf quoted Blanken as saying that van der Sloot's statement was "held together by lies and fantasy." The interview was not aired by German broadcaster RTL because of doubts about whether van der Sloot was telling the truth, Blanken added. Van der Sloot claimed that Holloway had died accidentally and insisted that he did not kill her, Blanken said.
  15. Here is a video I found of a chinese boy who smokes. This is an article I found on the toddler who got me started on this topic JAKARTA, Indonesia, May 26, 2010 Parents: Smoking Toddler 'Addicted' to Tobacco The Tobacco-Addicted 2-Year-Old is the Latest Child in Indonesia To Be Caught on Camera Smoking Ardi Rizal, 2, throws a tantrum when his parents refuse him a cigarette. His father gave him his first when he was just 18 months old, Wednesday May 26, 2010. ( Some breathe deeply while others fume as tough anti-smoking rules catch on. (CBS/ AP) Ardi Rizal, 2, throws a tantrum when his parents refuse him a cigarette. His father gave him his first when he was just 18 months old. The [nomedia][/nomedia], shown here on [nomedia][/nomedia] was witnessed by a reporter who recently visited his home in the fishing village of Musi Banyuasin, in Indonesia's South Sumatra province. "I'm not worried about his health, he looks healthy," shrugged the boy's father Mohammad Rizal. "He cries and throws tantrums when we don't let him smoke. He's addicted." Ardi's youth is the extreme of a disturbing trend. Data from the Central Statistics Agency showed 25 percent of Indonesian children aged 3 to 15 have tried cigarettes, with 3.2 percent of those active smokers. The percentage of 5- to 9-year-olds lighting up increased from 0.4 percent in 2001 to 2.8 percent in 2004, the agency reported. A video of a 4-year-old Indonesian boy blowing smoke rings appeared briefly on YouTube in March, prompting outrage before it was removed from the site. The child was shown puffing on a clove cigarette and swearing in an east Java dialect with the encouragement of adults, who can be heard laughing in the background, according to the Daily Indonesia. Child protection officials told The Jakarta Globe that the video represented child abuse. The boy is believed to be from Malang, a town in east Java. Child advocates are speaking out about the health damage to children from secondhand smoke, and the growing pressure on them to pick up a cigarette in a country where one-third of the population uses tobacco and single cigarettes can be bought for a few cents. Seto Mulyadi, chairman of Indonesia's child protection commission, blames the increase on aggressive advertising and parents who are smokers. "A law to protect children and passive smokers should be introduced immediately in this country," he said. However, imposing a nonsmoking message will be difficult in Indonesia, the world's third-largest tobacco consumer. Tubagus Haryo Karbyanto, a member of the National Commission of Tobacco Control, said Indonesia must also address the social conditions that lead to smoking, such as family influence and peer pressure. "The promotion of health has to be integrated down to the smallest units in our society, from public health centers and local health care centers to the family," he was quoted as saying by the Jakarta Globe on Friday. Health Minister Endang Sedyaningsih conceded turning young people off smoking will be difficult in a country where it is perceived as positive because cigarette companies sponsor everything from scholarships to sporting events. "This is the challenge we face in protecting youth from the dangers of smoking," she said in a statement on the ministry's website.
  16. 'Diff'rent Strokes' star Gary Coleman dies May 28, 2010, 4:33 PM EST #PlayerAd1Container_t { display: none; } Gary Coleman dead at 42 View more MSN videosGo to msnbc PROVO, Utah (AP) -- Gary Coleman, the child star of the smash 1970s TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes" whose later career was marred by medical and legal problems, died Friday after suffering a brain hemorrhage. He was 42. Life support was terminated and Coleman died at 12:05 p.m. MDT with family and friends at his side, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center spokeswoman Janet Frank said. Coleman, with his sparkling eyes and perfect comic timing, became a star after "Diff'rent Strokes" debuted in 1978. He played Arnold Jackson, the younger of a pair of African-American brothers adopted by a wealthy white man. His popularity faded when the show ended after six seasons on NBC and two on ABC. Coleman suffered continuing ill health from the kidney disease that stunted his growth and had a host of legal problems in recent years. He suffered the brain hemorrhage Wednesday at his Santaquin home, 55 miles south of Salt Lake City. Photos: Gary Coleman through the years A statement from the family said he was conscious and lucid until midday Thursday, when his condition worsened and he slipped into unconsciousness. Coleman was then placed on life support. "The world's going to be a little less happy place without Gary," Randy Kester, Coleman's attorney, told The Associated Press. "For being a small guy, he sure had a big impact on the world." "Diff'rent Strokes" debuted on NBC in 1978 and drew most of its laughs from the tiny, 10-year-old Coleman. Race and class relations became topics on the show as much as the typical trials of growing up. Coleman was an immediate star, and his skeptical "Whatchu talkin' 'bout?" — usually aimed at his brother, Willis — became a catchphrase. In a 1979 Los Angeles Times profile, his mother, Edmonia Sue Coleman, said her son had always been a ham as a small child. He acted in some commercials before he was signed by T.A.T., the production company that created "Diff'rent Strokes." "Gary remembers everything. EVERYTHING," co-producer and director Herb Kenwith told the newspaper. Asked by Ebony magazine in 1979 how he learned his lines so easily, young Gary replied, "It's easy!" The attention his starring role brought him could be a burden as well as a pleasure. Coleman said in 2001 that he would do a TV series again, but "only under the absolute condition that it be an ensemble cast and that everybody gets a chance to shine." "I certainly am not going to be the only person on the show working," he said. "I've done that. I didn't like it." The series lives on thanks to DVDs and YouTube. But its equally enduring legacy became the troubles in adulthood of its former child stars, including the 1999 suicide of Dana Plato, who played the boys' white, teenage sister. Todd Bridges, who played Coleman's brother, was tried and acquitted of attempted murder. Coleman had financial and legal problems in addition to continuing ill health from the kidney disease that required dialysis and at least two transplants. (Story Continues On Next Page...) As an adult, his height reached only 4 feet 8 inches. He continued to get credits for TV guest shots and other small roles over the years. But in 2001 he said he preferred earning money from celebrity endorsements. "Now that I'm 33, I can call the shots," he said. "And if anybody has a problem with that, I guess they don't have to work with me." Coleman was among 135 candidates who ran in California's bizarre 2003 recall election to replace then-Gov. Gray Davis, whom voters ousted in favor of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Coleman finished in eighth place with 12,488 votes, or 0.2 percent, just behind Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt. Running for office gave him a chance to show another side of himself, he said at the time. "This is really interesting and cool, and I've been enjoying the heck out of it because I get to be intelligent, which is something I don't get to do very often," he said. But legal disputes dogged him repeatedly. In 1989, when Coleman was 21, his mother filed a court request trying to gain control of her son's $6 million fortune, saying he was incapable of handling his affairs. He said the move "obviously stems from her frustration at not being able to control my life." In a 1993 television interview, he said he had twice tried to kill himself by overdosing on pills. He moved to Utah in fall 2005, and according to a tally in early 2010, officers were called to assist or intervene with Coleman more than 20 times in the following years. The responses included a call where Coleman said he had taken dozens of Oxycontin pills and wanted to die. Some of the disputes involved his wife, Shannon Price, whom he met on the set of the 2006 comedy "Church Ball" and married in 2007. In September 2008, a dustup with a fan at a Utah bowling alley led Coleman to plead no contest to disorderly conduct. The fan also sued him, claiming the actor punched him and ran into him with his truck. Coleman was born Feb. 8, 1968, in Zion, Ill., near Chicago. His mother told Ebony his kidney disease was diagnosed when he was 2. He underwent his first transplant at age 5. He attracted attention when he took part in some local fashion shows and people suggested he should get work performing in commercials, which he then did, she said. She stayed with her son in California while he was making "Diff'rent Strokes," while her husband Willis, a pharmaceutical company worker, stayed behind in Illinois. #inlineGalOuter { TEXT-ALIGN: center; MARGIN-TOP: 10px}#inlineGal { BACKGROUND-IMAGE: url(; PADDING-BOTTOM: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 24px; WIDTH: 452px; PADDING-RIGHT: 24px; BACKGROUND-REPEAT: no-repeat; HEIGHT: 334px; PADDING-TOP: 14px}#inlineGalHed { TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN-BOTTOM: 7px; FONT-SIZE: 18px}#inlineGalImageDiv { BORDER-BOTTOM: #b3c9e0 1px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #b3c9e0 1px solid; PADDING-BOTTOM: 2px; PADDING-LEFT: 2px; WIDTH: 442px; PADDING-RIGHT: 2px; BORDER-TOP: #b3c9e0 1px solid; BORDER-RIGHT: #b3c9e0 1px solid; PADDING-TOP: 2px}#inlineGalViewAll { TEXT-ALIGN: right; MARGIN-TOP: 10px; FONT-SIZE: 13px; MARGIN-RIGHT: 8px}Photos: In Memoriam 2010
  17. I saw a car flipped on its roof the other day and this guy was trying to break the window to get people out the same way and he failed as well.
  18. I went through Zelda withdrawl when my son broke my wii. Lasted for a few days.
  19. This is so sad. How unfair.
  20. I live in arizona so I understand the huge problem with illegals living here but there are some who are here legally just trying to make a living. People who work jobs that I know I wouldnt work. There was a huge outburst on our state capital over this and a lot of us arizona people are upset over this new law. Yes, they need to do something about this illegal issue like what McCain is talking about:finishing the fence and posting more border control staff at our borders BUT I have read that he is in total agreement of this new immigration law and Im not so sure voting for him will do Az anygood. Infact our immigratiion problem has a lot to do with arizona businesses hiring illegal immigrants. You see them everywhere here. A lot of local businesses are being hit because people are afraid to come to work or go out and shop. I hate illegals as much as anyone else and I feel their effects but If it passes I think it will have a real negative effect on our state.
  21. Roflmao
  22. Is that octopus a personal massager? *wink wink*
  23. Your mom rocks~! I love the book series! I just got The Witcher Enhanced Edition today and I can't wait to play it!