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    • Zebal ha detto...
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    • Ago 5 2011, 12:21
    8/10 Nice.

    “The real man smiles in trouble, gathers strength from distress, and grows brave by reflection.” -Thomas Paine"
  • 6/10 nothing special

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    Ella camina de prisa, tan hermosa se ve
    firme y clara es su mirada, a nadie voltea a ver,
    sus ojos tristes, los míos también,
    ella es la reina del camino que quiero tener.
    • [Utente eliminato] ha detto...
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    • Ago 5 2011, 19:00
    5/10

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    There was a young man from Nunhead
    Who awoke in a coffin of lead;
    'It's cosy enough,'
    He remarked in a huff,
    'But I wasn't aware I was dead.'
    • [Utente eliminato] ha detto...
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    • Ago 6 2011, 14:03
    9/10

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    • ablazex ha detto...
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    • Ago 7 2011, 4:31
    2/10

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    not liking it too much

    Its better to be a smart-ass than a dumb-ass.
    • [Utente eliminato] ha detto...
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    • Ago 7 2011, 11:45
    4/10

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  • 7/10.

    There was a young man from Nunhead
    Who awoke in a coffin of lead;
    'It's cosy enough,'
    He remarked in a huff,
    'But I wasn't aware I was dead.'
  • 8/10

    The day has come for all to tremble before the might and the power of the one and only son of man. I often travel yet never stay in the same space time continuum. The dreams and fears that follow me have risen my consciousness and even though I am not a God I do his bidding like a hawk. So when you watch the glowing aurora in the sky, remember that I am never far.
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    • Renate_B ha detto...
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    • Ago 10 2011, 13:20
    10/10 Love it! :)

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    • [Utente eliminato] ha detto...
    • Utente
    • Ago 11 2011, 7:50
    6.5/10

  • 4/10 Lol

    "Nosce Te Ipsum..."

    Apollo was often portrayed as a god of apportionment, who from his vantage point could see what was coming to everyone. More than a statement encouraging self identity, this phrase originally meant something more akin to "Know your place", reminding visitors that neither they nor the temple staff were gods, the true God was and is Me...
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    • priedits ha detto...
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    • Ago 11 2011, 19:45
    4/10

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