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Jun. 8th, 2007

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Jenny should like these :~)

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May. 25th, 2007


Way to funnny

May. 14th, 2007

Samantha teal

Sorry was gone so long..

Life has been so hectic with the move and my one computer DIED ON ME :~( but I have my other one all up and running now so all is good :~) hope all are well and had a GREAT MOTHERS DAY! Much Love :~)

Apr. 8th, 2007

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Happy Easter All!



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Apr. 3rd, 2007

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I'm 60% boyish, 55% girlish
GUY PART (no matter if your a guy or a girl)
(x) You love hoodies and jeans.
( ) Dogs are better than cats.
(x) It's hillarious when people get hurt.
(x) You've played with/against boys on a team.
(x) Shopping is torture.
( ) Sad movies suck.
( )You own an XBox.
( ) At some point in time you wanted to be a firefighter.
( ) You own a PSP.
(x) You own a DS, PS2 or Sega.
( ) You used to be obsessed with Power Rangers.
(x) You watch sports on TV.
(x) Gory movies are cool.
(x) You only go to your dad for advice.
( ) You own like a trillion baseball caps.
(x) You like going to football games.
( ) You used to/do collect baseball cards.
( ) Baggy pants are cool to wear.
( ) You don't babysit.
( ) It's kinda weird to have sleepovers with a bunch of people.
(x) Green, black,red, blue or silver are one of your favorite colors.
(x) You love to go crazy and not care what people think.
(x) Sports are fun too.

Now add the numbers up and multiply it by 5.
Post as I am 60% percent boyish
GIRL PART (no matter if your a girl or a guy)
(x) You wear lip gloss.
( ) You love to shop all the time.
(x) You wear eyeliner
(x) You have many of the same shirts in different colors
(x) You don't like shopping at hot topic
( ) You wear the color pink
( ) You consider cheerleading a sport.
( ) You hate wearing the color black.
( ) You like hanging out at the mall.
(x) You like getting manicures and/or pedicures.
(x) You like wearing jewelry.
( ) Skirts are a big part of your wardrobe.
(x) You don't like the movie Star Wars
(x) You are/were in cheerleading, gymnastics or dance.
( ) It takes you around 1 hour to get dressed and put on make-up and accesories.
( ) You smile a lot more than you should.
(x) You have more than 10 pairs of shoes
(x) You care about what you look like
(x) You like wearing dresses when you can

Now add the numbers up and multiply it by 5
Post as I am 55% percent girlish

repost boyish & girlish and the % of both if you took both tests
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Well I am bored. LOL I am up late doing nothing as usual cant sleep ladeda HAHA anyway guess noone liked my pics :~( I got like 1 comment HAHAHAHA anyway I guess Im gonna go surf the web just wanted to post something hehe

Apr. 1st, 2007

Samantha teal


I may have sold my car to the maintenance man here in the complex he came by and started it up today and told me he would bring me the money by friday YEAH!! and maybe even sooner O I hope so I want to buy more of a family type car the one I have no is a 95 Monte Carlo so Im happy to see it go! not to metion it doesnt work right now and I JUST PAID 1700 dollars for it so IM GLAD TO GET MOST my money back IM TAKING some what of a loss but hey at least that headache will be gone! :~)
Samantha teal

WHOA Top ten WORST APRIL FOOLS JOKE and they are to!!!



April Fool's Day Atrocities
The Top 10 Worst April Fool's Day Hoaxes Ever
My list of the Top 100 April Fool's Day jokes celebrates the best of April 1st. But it's worth remembering that sometimes the holiday inspires attempts at humor that don't turn out so well. Some attempts are, in fact, truly awful.

#1: Hijinks of Hussein and Son
husseinSaddam Hussein and his sons may have been ruthless, power-hungry dictators, but that didn't stop them from trying to give the people of Iraq a good chuckle every April Fool's Day. On April 1, 1998 the Babil newspaper, owned by Hussein's son Uday, informed its readers that President Clinton had decided to lift sanctions against Iraq, only to admit later that it was just joking. One can imagine the knee-slapping guffaws when readers realized how they'd been taken for a ride. The laughs continued in 1999 when Uday mischeviously announced that the monthly food rations would be supplemented to include bananas, Pepsi, and chocolate. Again, just a joke. At this point, the Husseins appear to have run out of material, because in 2000 they recycled the sanction-lifting gag, and in 2001 trotted out the ration-supplement crowd-pleaser one more time. The merciless quality with which the same joke was repeated year after year had an almost surreal quality to it. In fact, it almost makes one sympathize with Saudi Arabia's chief cleric, the Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah Al al-Sheikh, who in 2001 decreed that the celebration of April Fool's Day should be banned altogether. It's not known if the Sheikh had his neighbor's hijinks in mind when he issued the ban.

#2: Releasing The Prisoners
Imagine reading that your husband or brother who has been held in a squalid Romanian prison for years is finally going to be released. You make the long journey to the prison and stand outside the prison gates, waiting desperately for the moment you'll be reunited with your loved one, only to hear... 'April Fools! No one's being released!' This experience happened to sixty people in April 2000 who read in the Opinia newspaper that their loved ones were going to be released from the Baia Mare prison in Romania. They made the long journey to the prison, only to learn that the paper had played an April Fool's joke on them. The Opinia later published an apology.

#3: The Phony Deadline
Glenn Howlett's colleagues at London city hall thought they had dreamed up a great gag. They sent him a memo informing him that the really big report he was working on was going to be due early, in just two weeks. The tip-off was that the memo was dated April 1st. Ha Ha. Except Howlett didn't realize it was a joke. He received the memo while on vacation and immediately cut his vacation short and phoned the office to tell everyone to start getting busy. But as he contemplated the new deadline he worked himself up into an increasing state of panic, until soon he began to experience heart palpitations. Finally he collapsed from the stress and had to take leave from work. As he was recovering he realized it just wasn't worth risking his health to finish the report, so he filed for early retirement. At which point someone told him the early deadline was just a joke. He responded by suing for damages. As a consequence of his lawsuit, city hall banned employees from pulling any more pranks.

#4: The Dead Dog
The film National Lampoon's Vacation includes a scene in which Chevy Chase ties a dog to the bumper of his car, then forgets the dog is there and drives away. Inspired by this scene, Paul Goobie tied a dead chihuahua to the bumper of his co-worker's car. His co-worker, Kevin Meloy, got in the car and drove off, unaware that the chihuahua was there. Obviously passing motorists were horrified. But what made the situation even worse was that Meloy was deaf, so he couldn't hear the other motorists frantically honking at him. Happily he drove on for miles until finally someone was able to get his attention. Police charged Goobie with unlawful disposal of a dead animal.

#5: A Fake Hanging
Randy Wood's marriage was over, but apparently he was still a little bitter about the divorce. So he decided to play a prank on his ex-wife. He called her up and asked her to come over, telling her that he had something to show her. Obligingly she drove over, only to find him hanging by a noose from a tree in his front yard. Terrifed, she immediately dialed 911. Emergency services, including firefighters, policemen, and paramedics, soon showed up. But when they went to cut Wood down they discovered he wasn't dead. He wasn't even hurt. He had strung himself up as a prank to scare his ex-wife, using a lineman's harness similar to those used by utility crews. The authorities warned that he would face a fine of up to $1,000 and a year in jail for his prank.

#6: A Fake Robbery
Sitra Walker was an employee at a clothing store in Columbus, Ohio. She had only been working there for two weeks, but already she felt that she knew the manager well enough to joke around with him. So on April 1, 2003 she called him up at his home and told him that armed men were robbing the store. The manager immediately called the police, who promptly dispatched four cruisers. Minutes later Walker phoned the manager again and screamed 'April Fools'. Too late. When the police arrived moments later they weren't amused and charged her with inducing a panic. Walker's manager fired her.

#7: Revival of the Warsaw Pact
In 1996 the Russian news agency Itar-Tass reported that the Russian parliament was debating whether to revive the Warsaw Pact. The startling report was immediately repeated by news agencies in the Czech Republic and Bulgaria, causing widespread panic. A few hours later Itar-Tass admitted that it had just been joking, and apologized for any confusion it might have caused.

#8: Fake Death Report
In 1986 Israel Radio broadcast that Nabih Berri, leader of the Shi'ite Amal movement, had been assassinated. The news caused an immediate flare-up of tensions in the region. However, Israeli officials quickly denounced the report as a hoax. The false report was traced back to an army intelligence officer who had planted the news item in the broadcasts of the Israeli Army's intelligence monitoring unit, from which it had been picked up by Israel Radio. Apparently the officer had meant it as an April Fool's joke (because hey, nothing says funny like stirring up tension in the Middle-East). Israel's Defence Minister, Yitzhak Rabin, announced that the unnamed officer would be court-martialed. "Berri Berri funny," one foreign correspondent wryly commented.

In the category of 'really bad fake death reports' one must also note the time in 1998 when Boston DJ's Opie and Anthony announced that the mayor of Boston, Tom Menino, had died in a car crash. Because City Hall couldn't immediately reach the Mayor to confirm that he was actually alive, many believed the report, including members of the Mayor's family. The next day Opie and Anthony were suspended without pay.

#9: Fake Disaster Warnings
In 1999 DJs at Oregon radio station KSJJ announced that the Ochoco dam had burst, threatening downstream areas with massive flooding. What made the warning believable was that hundreds of houses in these areas had been damaged the previous year when the Ochoco Creek had flooded, so terrified homeowners who heard the news quickly prepared to flee. Later the DJs informed their listeners that it was all a joke. They had just been 'having a little fun'. The homeowners were not amused.

In the same genre of non-funny disaster warnings, there's also WNOR's 1992 April 1st report in which it warned that a large build-up of methane gas was about to cause a fiery explosion at Mount Trashmore, a landfill near Virginia Beach. Residents were warned to evacuate the area, causing the local 911 to be flooded with calls. The DJs responsible for the prank were suspended without pay for two weeks.

#10: The Iraqi Ambassador's Final Joke
On April 1, 2003, as thousands of American-led coalition troops stormed across Iraq, the Iraqi ambassador to Russia, Abbas Khalaf Kunfuth, held a press conference in Moscow. Many were expecting him to announce that Iraq conceded defeat. Instead Kunfuth chose this moment to hold a gag press conference. Holding up a piece of paper that he identified as a news flash from Reuters, he read aloud from it: "The Americans have accidentally fired a nuclear missile into British forces, killing seven." Immediately the room full of reporters went silent with shock. Then Kunfuth grinned and shouted 'April Fools!' Only a few days after this unexpected moment of levity, the Iraqi government completely collapsed.

Text copyright © 2003 Alex Boese

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