SIDEBAR #15- Arias/Alexander forum

Discussion in 'Travis Alexander Trial - The State vs. Jodi Arias' started by Harmony 2, Jun 20, 2013.

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  1. Moonchime

    Moonchime Well-Known Member

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    Honestly, I miss snails. Haven't seen one in the wild since I was a kid. when my son was little we even looked for them at my parents house, my childhood home. Without any luck. :( I miss them and I miss honeybees
     
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    I cannot wait for MOM to speak to the jurors tomorrow morning.....
     
  4. PrincessSezMe

    PrincessSezMe Rest in Peace

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    Some Jimi Hendrix...I never knew he did this song.



    [video=youtube;KzMxrTf6WiI]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzMxrTf6WiI[/video]
     
  5. AuburnSchnauzer

    AuburnSchnauzer New Member

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    Maybe I can relieve you of you missin' snails. They are slugs with a shell. I walked down thru our grass the other night to get the paper with some slip-on sandals to retrieve the paper. When I got back into the house, I slipped off the slippers and a little slug started walking across the floor...:drumroll:
     
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    [video=youtube;JOVQ4vAmM7Y]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOVQ4vAmM7Y[/video]
     
  7. Doop

    Doop What can you do?

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    I didnt follow this case at all. First time I heard of it was the day of the verdict when my dad told me the woman who stabbed her boyfriend 30 times got convicted of murder. So why was this trial so captivating?
     
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    I already told husband that I want to chime in tomorrow with y'all. We do need to find justice for George Zimmerman...
     
  9. PrincessSezMe

    PrincessSezMe Rest in Peace

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    Mormonism and secret forbidden sexcapades.
     
  11. rose222

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    More to do with the brutal slaughter of a young, good man by a woman who appears to be evil incarnate. It's difficult to even imagine how a human being is capable of such a horrific murder. The mind reels and stomach churns. Of course some like Nurmi would have you believe it's because of all the 'dirty little secrets'. Nothing captivating about two people having sex. The only dirty, filthy thing in this case is Arias.
     
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    Again, please, this is NOT the Zimmerman thread. Do not continue to try and start up a conversation in this thread.
     
  13. Chester_from_THM

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    For the weekend:

    [video=youtube;zO2-kIqsGL4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zO2-kIqsGL4[/video]
     
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    Back in my day, we went to the drive in to watch our porn. You had your whole car to do the nasty in. LOL
     
  15. YESorNO

    YESorNO The Queen (aka "mrsmuir") SWBB

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    Evening everyone.
    I just had to go driving today in my little '98 Chevy Cavalier. It was another 82 degree day with no humidity. We drove for a couple of hours on the highway (just because). Had all the windows down (the 2 windows- it's a 2-door) and the cool breeze felt good. Had my 3 boys from Italy playing (IL Volo). Stopped at the KMart and picked up some rawhide chews for The Queen. It started to get muggy and overcast, so I went home. It was good to get out. (big adventure, huh-LOL, but it's the little things that make me happy).
    OK. I have some homework for everyone for the weekend to read. It's pretty long, but interesting. (there will be a test on Monday, so pay attention-LOL)
    I wonder if missy from Arizona received this. Seriously, tho', this is very informative:

    http://www.ndran.org/Capital Defense Handbook.htm
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  16. YESorNO

    YESorNO The Queen (aka "mrsmuir") SWBB

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    Evening Chester. :seeya:
    Where in the world did you live that they played porn at the drive-in???? :floorlaugh:
     
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    HLN had Dr. Grupna (sp?) on this AM. He was talking about a special "village" in Holland for people with Alzheimer's disease. Of course I had to research it on Google (this is where the "too much usage" comes in- I always have to research-LOL). I found some very interesting info and, if you're interested, take a look:
    Hogewey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    - more websites (because some of the stories where nice):
    http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Alzhei...dubbed-truman-show-dementia/story?id=16103780
    http://www.spiegel.de/international...ementia-offers-alternative-care-a-824582.html
    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/25/w...s-normal-life-to-dementia-patients.html?_r=1&
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/aug/27/dementia-village-residents-have-fun
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    Dementia is widely acknowledged to be one of the most pressing problems facing health and social care systems. A report published this year by the World Health Organisation predicted that a continually ageing population in the developed world would mean the number of people with the condition was likely to double, to more than 65 million, by 2030, and treble 20 years later.

    In Britain, an Oxford University study puts the number of people with dementia at more than 800,000, rising to more than 1 million by 2025. We spend £23bn a year on caring for the condition in this country, double the sum we spend on cancer and three times that on heart disease. A quarter of UK hospital beds are now occupied by people with the condition.

    In March David Cameron talked of a "national crisis". As we live longer, and more and more of us develop the degenerative brain illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease, which are the most common cause of the condition, how society cares for people with dementia, he said, has become "one of the greatest challenges of our time".

    Over the past few months, experts from around the world – Germany, the US, Australia, soon Britain – have been flocking to the unassuming small Dutch town of Weesp, half an hour south-east of Amsterdam, to see how one pioneering institution is dealing with that challenge. Hogewey, where Jo Verhoeff lives, has developed an innovative, humane and apparently affordable way of caring for people with dementia.
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    After I retired from Wall Stree (I was tired of pushing papre around), I needed to do something , so I worked with people who had Alzheimer's for 15 years. It was the best job I ever had. I made a lot of money working on Wall Street and did a lot of entertaining- the Playboy Club, The Rainbow Room, etc.; I wore expensive suits and had my nails done every week, but I was never really happy being a manager of 23 clerks and 3 supervisors. When they wanted to promote me to AVP, I said NO and finally retired.
    Helping the people at the nursing home wasn't glamourous, but it was so fulfilling- I felt that I finally found my "vocation" in life. The people I helped had so much unbridled love
    -I had so many kisses from them and even if they never remembered my name from day to day, they did remember my face. (I also received a lot of scratches, spitting-on, and slaps in the face-LOL, but it didn't matter.) They didn't have their "masks" on and were very "real". It was worse for the relatives than the residents- they felt so guilty and mourned what they have "lost" instead of concentrating on what was there now in their relatives. The residents were "happy" in their world- we treated them very well where I worked. I miss them even now.
    Anyway, thanks for listening.
     
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    I'm sitting here watching HLN and painting my toenails (I know, I need to get a life) and they keep showing the commercial of Robin Meade singing. Wow. I enjoy watching her in the mornings but now I think I have a little crush on her.... :blushing:
     
  20. YESorNO

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    Awwwwwww. :eek::( She's gonna miss her snail. :ufo:
    What did she do???
     
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