Hi Nancy, I saw your forum post about reciprocation and thought I’d come check your hubs. I used to always be up with what the celebrities were doing but now never read the mags such as “People” unless I am waiting in the doctor’s surgery and then they are usually a couple years old. I am of the older brigade so have more interest in similar celebrities that I know.
If you read the transcript, you can only interpret it one way. I speak very good English. I sure he does too. He comes down to some of our practices, Nnaji said. Give me a nudge on the shoulder and say, come to the Gophers. It would be cool to play with him.
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Pardon my long ramble, but honey, it doesn’t matter whether you’re 5 or 55yo when your parents die; you’ll still feel like an orphan. It was a shock to lose my dad, but we weren’t close, so I got through it in maybe 6 months. When mom died, though, that was gut wrenching.
But the PSP was not without its faults and flaws. I expected Sony to address those pretty quickly and was disappointed when that didn happen (until it was too late). You would think Sony would have learned their lesson from Betamax but, no, Sony incessant greed and need to control is what failed the PSP.
6. Staying with the NASCAR theme: the Nextel commercial featuring fans trying to get young Carl Edwards to do his victory flip. He won’t do it. Southeast corner of the University of Alberta Butterdome at 87 Avenue and 114 Street westbound corner of Cloverdale Hill Road, 92 Street and 97 Avenue northbound Regular transit service will also continue with several routes travelling by the park in all directions. For safety reasons, buses will not stop at the top of Cloverdale Hill Road. Regular transit rates will apply..