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  • Mother Shyra 15:51 on 25 June 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Babyface, Blues Traveler, Change the World, Eric Clapton, Most Precarious, , Precarious,   

    Motivational Quote/Word/Videos of the Day-25 June 2008 


    MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE DAY

    “For changes to be of any true value,
    they’ve got to be lasting and consistent.”

    Anthony Robbins: Authority on leadership psychology

     

    ERIC CLAPTON & BABYFACE-CHANGE THE WORLD

     

    WORD OF THE DAY

    PRECARIOUS

    pre·car·i·ous [ prə kérree əss ]
    adjective 
     
    Definition:
     
    1. unsafe: dangerously unstable, unsteady, uncertain, or insecure
    2. not well founded: based on uncertain premises or unwarranted assumptions ( formal )
    [Mid-17th century. < Latin precarius “depending on entreaty, uncertain”]
     
    pre·car·i·ous·ly adverb
    pre·car·i·ous·ness noun

    BLUES TRAVELER-MOST PRECARIOUS

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  • Mother Shyra 15:01 on 25 June 2008 Permalink | Reply  

    Blidget, Schmidget!!! 


    I just wasted nearly 3 hours trying to create a blidget on widgetbox and it won’t publish no matter how many times I click the publish button!  I’m highly perturbed!  My _____ of the Day’s are coming soon!

     
    • Omar 17:52 on 25 June 2008 Permalink

      If you send widgetbox a support email, they’ll probably be able to help you out.

    • shyra 10:24 on 26 June 2008 Permalink

      Thanks Omar. I was too frustrated to do so when I wrote this, but I did do it last night. Let’s hope they can help me because my blidget was pretty cool!

  • Mother Shyra 11:17 on 25 June 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: decision '08, energy crisis, presidential campaign, presidential candidates, target demographics   

    That’s Mr.”Joe American” to you! 


    Oh, how I wish I could vote for “Joe American”!  He put many of my thoughts into such eloquent words. I, too, am tired of the targeting of specific demographics in this presidential campaign. To address ALL Americans on subjects affecting ALL Americans, would be the proper and most effective way to campaign. Yet, this energy crisis that could have been prevented and can be easily rectified, seems to only garner minimal attention from the candidates. Bush did touch on it in a recent presidential address, but it seemed as if it was just something they were working on and hadn’t yet figured out how to put the wheels in motion. Who REALLY cares about America? Most Americans do, but our leaders are quite questionable. I will vote and my decision will be based upon which candidate intends to do the most for this ENTIRE country. I’m not into “bandwaggoning” and “following the masses”, my decision will be a wise one.

    “Joe, American” Challenges the Presidential Candidates

     
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