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Wiktionary aint us[edit]

Blarg[edit]

This is a slang term that also means, Meh, Eh, Bahh, and others!

Creative writing[edit]

Sun currency/bank/insurance/health,tol leaves repair monetary woes[edit]

My name Johan I follow the prophet jonah as Jonah ,I am angry about a plant,see Jonah 4;9 also because I know it..(10)is totally true I do have pity on a plant I did not make grow yet I have been jailed /court/reviled/hated of a plant

I certainly could not make grow

That in fact god does make all plants to grow worse appart from being charged of men to have grown made the plant to grow they proved me to have legalised possesion of it check out possesion being 9 tenths the law so I own it I can give it away thus I gave it to the S.U.N,Sovereigns United Nation, by plant breeders/and sovereigns right of creation and further the plant is a plant it is said to be a drug/by a botanical description proving we dont need science these deemed to be legal experts, by the botanical clasification a plant to be a drug see wikipedia and see that a drug is a salt that drugs are dangerouse,note al;l drugs alcohol kills 25 people in every major hospital each day supprisingly minus 2000 is what the health stats say this apparently is accounting practice entering science of the people who died 2000 didnt ..this is because the alcohol has a good affect /in moderation/thus comes off the statistic as a negative so you know ,i do this of jonah1;6 that matthew 12;39 as per40 that 41 by authority of 42 that 13;14 for 1315,16,17 isaiah 40;21,18,23-29

This power is money and we all share rev 22;1,14 rev21;22-27..see Isaiah 42; that the might see 41;20..42;1,,2..3 for thus 5-10 14..18-23..40;1-8,10-15,21,23 29;10-13,18-24..28;7,15,22 8;12-14,20 know the woe of 6;6-10 1;16-19..43;5-9..24-28..for 44;18-21 24-26..45;5-13..see Fatima 45;19-20..46;8-9..47;3,4,6-8 9-13..48;10-13,15-18,22..see Rev22 51;1-7,12,13,21,22..52;3-6,7-10 but..53;5,8,7,5 3,2,1,10..54;4,5,6 listen to her ..7,8even9,,jonah smoths 10 13-16 i am of the horn times 3 the horn of the ox that sits on levi/isaiah the hoorns of the heart(deer)harthat define the four rivers of belief//upon yhe only sure rock i am yet waiting to give you all ..the assurance the money..but its a matriachal/works through your mum she must ask me ,,and i am in sabbat the fruits of the tree ,uses of the tree runs to over 30,000 products.from oil unto plastic..bread ..paper..oil get ya mum to ask for more detail

Well Know[n] Davo[edit]

Well Know Davo is the famous athletic superstar, residing in an East Side mansion in Turtle Bay, Manhattan. A model citizen and human being, the Know is a genius! Below is his autobiography, self explanatory.

"I, Well KNow Davo, am an internationally recognized superstar. I began my baseball career in THe Bronx in 1969 as a first-basemen and manager with the New York Gamblers. In my baseball career, I hit 869 home runs, won 17 gold gloves at first base, was the most valuable player in every year I played, and was a perennial all-star and 12-time manager of the year.

But baseball was only one of the sports I excelled in. I also was an all-pro football player, star basketballer, and hall of fame hockey player. In short, I was the greatest baseball, football, basketball and hockey player in the world.

My personal life was not as golden but was still colourful. Twice married; once to Cosey Davo, the other time to singing star, Cher. A troubled child-- Well Know, JR. An obsequious broadcase shadown, Well Know Plopeaux. And a bitter rival superstar, the skutch, Plugger Jones.

My life, as you can see, is the stuff of legend."

Mynties Pub Adventures[edit]

Ok guys here is first article on my publican journey. Tomorrow is the day of the move and also the day of taking over the pub and to be honest and scared to hell - I don't feel ready and I still have perishables in my fridge but am only moving an hour away so can throw out the old food next week when I pop home to collect everything that I have forgotten.

Last time I pulled a pint was 18 years ago so that is freaking me a little but also am worried about calling time in a pub full of peeps that I don't really know - thank goodness there is a big bell on the side of the bar.

Anyways it is bedtime now as I have a van to load and a solicitor to see tomorrow so I wish you all happy hunting and will update this in a few days and see you in game Monday at the latest

Take care guildies xx

Aja dumeh wong gedhe[edit]

Paribasa kiye maknane: Aja sewenang-wenang.

Aja mentang-mentang sugih wani mangan jataeh sing mlarat, aja mentang-mentang pinter ngece sing bodo, aja mentang-mentang gagah utawa ayu ngece maring sing ala.

Wong urip kudu brayan karo liyane.

Created at Cheffing Menu, March 12[edit]

Cheffing Calendar pour Mars
Dimanche Lundi Mardi Mercredi Jeudi Vendredi Samedi
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Michael

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Waseem

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Lisa

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Betsy

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Lauren

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Holly

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Diana

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Mary

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Xiao

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Zuzka

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Mika

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Ray

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Allison

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Yi

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George

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Aron

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Lauren

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Nina

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Marianne

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Lucia

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Milly

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Spring Break

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Spring Break

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Spring Break

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Spring Break

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Spring Break

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Spring Break


Cheffing Calendar pour Avril
Dimanche Lundi Mardi Mercredi Jeudi Vendredi Samedi
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2

Nate

3

Kay

4

Ray

5

Michael

6 CPW

Cindy

7 CPW

Michele

8 CPW
9 CPW

Alice

10

Luis

11

Holly

12

Diana

13

Waseem

14

Lisa

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X

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X

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Gabriel

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Allison

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Mary

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Xiao

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Betsy

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Luis

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Milly

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Marianne

27

Lucia

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Nina

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Zuzka


Mis-placed not-quite Wikipedia articles[edit]

Ethnography[edit]

Background[edit]

Taken from www.worldofwarcraft.com

The Zandalarians were the earliest known trolls, the first tribe from which all tribes originated. Over time two distinct troll empires emerged- the Amani and the Gurubashi. They existed for thousands of years until the coming of the Night Elves, who warred with them and eventually drove both empires into exile. Following the Sundering, the defeated Gurubashi grew ever more desperate to eke out a living. Searching for a means to survive, they enlisted the aid of the savage Blood God Hakkar, also known as the Soulflayer. Hakkar grew into a merciless oppressor who demanded daily sacrifices from his devotees, and so in time the Gurubashi turned on their dark master. The strongest tribes (including the Zandalar) banded together to defeat Hakkar and his loyal troll priests, the Atal'ai. The united tribes narrowly defeated the Blood God and cast out the Atal'ai... despite their victory, however, the Gurubashi Empire soon fell. In recent years the exiled Atal'ai priests have discovered that Hakkar's physical form can only be summoned within the ancient and once-deserted capital of the Gurubashi Empire, Zul'Gurub. Unfortunately, the priests have met with success in their quest to call forth Hakkar— reports confirm the presence of the dreaded Soulflayer in the heart of the ruins. And so the Zandalar tribe has arrived on the shores of Azeroth to battle Hakkar once again. But the Blood God has grown increasingly powerful, bending several tribes to his will and even commanding the avatars of the Primal Gods— Bat, Panther, Tiger, Spider and Snake. With the tribes splintered, the Zandalarians have been forced to recruit champions from Azeroth's varied and disparate races to battle, and hopefully once again defeat, the Soulflayer.

These are the guys you get faction with when you kill things in Zul'Gurub.

Mysteries and the supernatural in Kiwiland![edit]

The Viaduct Basin is a prime tourist attraction in Auckland, New Zealand. It promoted itself through association with the America's Cup. Auckland's Viaduct Basin is home to self-confessed infamous "vampire", Courtney Shannon. Shannon plagues the Basin and tourists visiting it. The elusive Shannon has only been spotted by her victims and the "Boo Radley of the Viaduct Basin" Sam Caughey.

Shannon's victims include Emma Wallace, who survived the attack with only a few minor bites. Wallace now resides in an Auckland psychiatric unit, under strict surveillance.

The Viaduct Basin "vampire" lurks among the eateries, apartments, ferries and wharfs. Also living in the Basin is the "Boo Radley of the Viaduct Basin", hermit Sam Caughey. Caughey stalks around the Basin with a camera in an attempt to capture "vampire" Courtney Shannon on film.

"The Preternatural Detective Agency: Undead Retrieval, Creature Control, Corporeal Reanimation, Nonhuman Diplomacy and other Anomalous Inquiries"[edit]

The Preternatural Detective Agency: Undead Retrieval, Creature Control, Corporeal Reanimation, Nonhuman Diplomacy and other Anomalous Inquiries, also known simply as the Preternatural Agency, is intended to be a series of novels revolving around an unlikely detecive agency of generally undead (though mostly corporeal) members. The novels are set in the future in an alternate world, though a specific timeline regarding the exact period where the stories take place is unclear.


Online positions[edit]

The Online Department ofquotes about life

WEBMASTER

The webmaster managers the online department and hands off work to us web monkeys. I think the webmaster does other things too, like dealing with other people so we don't have to, but I'm not sure. Right now he's working on his resume so he can get a better job.

WEB PROGRAMMER

The web programmer has the important duty of producing the web page each night. We also work on various programming projects for the web site or Daily staff.

Your responsibilities

• Produce the web page. • Complete general programming projects. • Attend IS and Online department meetings.

WEB DESIGNER

We don't currently have a web designer. In the past this person was responsible for designing the web site and creating any necessary web graphics. Nobody really knows who should design things now. Some people believe the Creative department should do these things. Other people think Web Programmer Simon should do them. Simon thinks this but he's leaving in two weeks. You probably think you should design things, too.

ONLINE EDITOR

Hahahahahahahahah! Holy crap. Heh. OK. This person isn't in the online department. Remember that. That simple, important fact is all you need to know. And also this person—who works in editorial—designs and writes web-only features. And for some reason this person—who works in editorial—also writes code and might be working on a secret, rogue Intranet that your Intranet will have to battle.

More about your responsibilities

The most time-consuming task for the web programmer is writing new web applications—such as the Intranet. Your most important task, however, is producing the web site. Typically, you will create the web site two or three nights per week during the fall and spring semesters. You produce the web site by exporting the finished copies of the production Quark files and publishing them online with our custom/in-house tools. This task usually begins around 11 p.m. and can take an hour or two.

I recommend you look through the production system code and learn how it works. It almost always works if you export the Quark files correctly. But sometimes it fails and someday you're going to be here at one in the morning staring at some nasty error messages.

If that doesn't sound bad, just wait until the editorial staff puts out a special edition or some crazy-wacky photography feature—which they did not tell you about—and you need to figure out a way to put it on the web site. If you want to go home that night, it helps if you understand how the production system works so you can hack something together when you have to.

The modules are stored in subdirectories off /home/online/PHPprod on Cassiopeia.

One more thing about prod. Soon you'll get really good at it and finish the site in a half-hour. On those nights, your final responsibility is to utter a prayer of thanks to the web programmers that came before you. We used to produce the site with an awful patchwork Perl system that generated a hundred or so files. When that crashed, which it often did, we had to hack through thousands of lines of Perl code to fix it.

As I said before, you'll spend most of your time developing web-based applications for Daily staff and/or readers. Examples include a banner ad system, poll manager and Intranet. The scope and complexity of these projects varies wildly, but it's good for your resume so eventually you can get out of here.