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Old November 1st 08, 03:19 AM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding,alt.usenet.legends.lester-mosley
marika
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Default may this girl

Don't ask me right now about statistics - apparently right now I am both bad
doing it and
worse reporting it.
We are trying to figure out what the heck we are doing wrong--the bosses
here have never seen the inside of an office or any employees, you know,.
So, my well of
expertise is, well, me! And I never was as high up as those people.

And I leave you with Bart Simpson's definition of Christmas:

" the time of year when people of ALL religious faiths and backgrounds
put aside their differences, and come together, to celebrate the birth
of Jesus."

Or a beer can.

Bill O'Reilly crusades incessantly against the SCOURGE of retailers
saying Happy Holidays in lieu of Merry Christmas, forgetting the Sacred
Scripture, Geisel's Letter to the WhoVillians, and I quote:
"And he puzzled three hours, `till his puzzler was sore.
Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn't before!
"Maybe Christmas," he thought, "doesn't come from a
store.
"Maybe Christmas...perhaps...means a little bit more!"

And, as more Light pours into the world, similarly may blessings come
your way every day from places unexpected and more!

mk5000

"Now we drink at Liberty Station
Another cup of muscatel
Wrapped in the strong arms of the Union
Raisin' kids from raisin' hell "--emmy lou harris, blackhawk

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Old November 1st 08, 03:21 AM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding,alt.usenet.legends.lester-mosley
marika
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Posts: 31
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"marika" wrote in message
...
Don't ask me right now about statistics - apparently right now I am both
bad doing it and
worse reporting it.
We are trying to figure out what the heck we are doing wrong--the bosses
here have never seen the inside of an office or any employees, you know,.
So, my well of
expertise is, well, me! And I never was as high up as those people.

And I leave you with Bart Simpson's definition of Christmas:

" the time of year when people of ALL religious faiths and backgrounds
put aside their differences, and come together, to celebrate the birth
of Jesus."

Or a beer can.

Bill O'Reilly crusades incessantly against the SCOURGE of retailers
saying Happy Holidays in lieu of Merry Christmas, forgetting the Sacred
Scripture, Geisel's Letter to the WhoVillians, and I quote:
"And he puzzled three hours, `till his puzzler was sore.
Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn't before!
"Maybe Christmas," he thought, "doesn't come from a
store.
"Maybe Christmas...perhaps...means a little bit more!"

And, as more Light pours into the world, similarly may blessings come
your way every day from places unexpected and more!

mk5000


----- Original Message -----
From: "marika"
Newsgroups:
aus.invest,alt.global-warming,sci.environment,aus.politics,sci.skeptic,a lt.usenet.legends.lester-mosley
Sent: Friday, October 03, 2008 9:03 PM
Subject: WRONG IN THE FIRST 8 WORDS! WAS: "Drop ETS!" Says ACT Party



"Peter Muehlbauer" wrote in message
enexpress.de...

Roger's statistics:

In warmer years, more storks have been seen in Europe.
In warmer years, the birth rate of babies inclined.
Conclusion: Babies were delivered by storks.


WHILE BIRDS MAY HAVE A PART IN SEXUAL REPRODUCTION, DO NOT KISS STORKS!!!!

mk5000

http://cnn.netscape.cnn.com/news/sto...06birdflu_kiss

Girl Gets Bird Flu After Kissing Chicken

By BENJAMIN HARVEY

VAN, Turkey (AP) - Sumeyya
Mamuk considered
the chickens in her
backyard to be beloved pets.
The 8-year-old girl fed
them, petted them and took
care of them. When they started to get sick and
die, she hugged them and tenderly
kissed them goodbye. The next morning, her face
and eyes were swollen and she had a
high fever. Her father took her to a hospital, and
five days later she was confirmed to
have the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu.

``The chickens were sick. One had puffed up and
she touched it. We told her not to. She
loved chickens a lot,'' her father, Abdulkerim
Mamuk, said of the second youngest of his eight
children. ``She held them in her arms.''

Her oldest brother, Sadun, said Sumeyya loved
animals and took care of puppies and kittens
in Van's Yalim Erez neighborhood.

When her mother saw Sumeyya holding one of the
dying chickens, she yelled at her and hit the girl to get her away.

Sumeyya began to cry. She wiped her tears with
the hand she'd been using to comfort the dying chicken.

``She wiped her face,'' said her father, speaking
in broken Turkish and wearing a leather jacket
and a typical Kurdish headdress in their bright,
clean home. ``She started to swell. She had a really
high fever.''

Following a few tense days when her family
worried if she would recover, Summeya's condition
has improved due to quick treatment with the antiviral drug Tamiflu,
said Dr. Huseyin Avni Sahin, chief
physician at the Van 100th Year Hospital.

But at least two other children have died of the
same virus in Turkey, and as of Tuesday, 15 people had tested
positive for infection in preliminary tests. Many are
children.

The disease also appears to be spreading.

In parts of the world where the virus has been
deadly - until now only in East Asia - children like Summeya have
been the worst hit.

``It was the same in Asia,'' said Dr. Guenael
Rodier, a scientist with the World Health Organization who has been
chasing the virus around the world. ``It mainly
occurred in family clusters of small size, and
mainly in children.''

Even if not animal lovers like Sumeyya, children
in poor agricultural towns tend to be extremely comfortable with the
animals they share their lives with. It has been
particularly difficult to convince them that this
proximity can now be dangerous.

In Dogubayazit, the Turkish town near the Iranian
border where most of the current cases originated, children usually
outnumbered workers in trying to round up
chickens for culling. Boys and girls led cows and
sheep down the main streets. As adult out-of-towners fled from
terrifying dogs that snarled from nearly every
backyard, little local children giggled.

As the H5N1 bird flu virus spreads, scientists
monitoring it for fear it could mutate into a form easily
transmissible among humans say education on its dangers is
crucial to fighting it. Rodier said his
organization was considering implementing a program aimed solely at
rural children.

``It's child behavior,'' he said. ``They play with
everything.''

As for Sumeyya, she is expected to be released
from the hospital and join her family and her other pets - dogs,
cats and cows - in the next few days.

``She's gotten better,'' Sahin said. ``In a few
days, she'll be released.''


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Old November 1st 08, 03:23 AM posted to misc.kids.breastfeeding,alt.usenet.legends.lester-mosley,misc.kids.consumers
marika
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just wondering.

FOXNEWS.COM
Nativity Jesus Replaced With Beer Can
Friday, December 08, 2006

PLAISTOW, N.H. - A homeowner said Friday that whoever stole the baby Jesus
from his manger scene was disrespectful by replacing it with an empty beer
can. Bob Chooljain said that the Jesus figure was stolen from the manger
scene on Wednesday night.

Chooljain said that he made the nativity scene more than three decades ago
with his children.

"It's something we kind of did together," he said.

"You just wonder, what was in the person's mind that actually did that? What
was the reason for it? Why leave the beer can? What's the connection?" said
Chooljain, doesn't want to press charges.

Wooden cutouts of sheep and cows remain; only two of the three wise men
stand on either side of the manger. Chooljain said the third was stolen
eight years ago.

Chooljain said he will replace the illuminated figure with another doll for
the time being.

"marika" wrote in message
...

"marika" wrote in message
...
Don't ask me right now about statistics - apparently right now I am both
bad doing it and
worse reporting it.
We are trying to figure out what the heck we are doing wrong--the bosses
here have never seen the inside of an office or any employees, you know,.
So, my well of
expertise is, well, me! And I never was as high up as those people.

And I leave you with Bart Simpson's definition of Christmas:

" the time of year when people of ALL religious faiths and backgrounds
put aside their differences, and come together, to celebrate the birth
of Jesus."

Or a beer can.

Bill O'Reilly crusades incessantly against the SCOURGE of retailers
saying Happy Holidays in lieu of Merry Christmas, forgetting the Sacred
Scripture, Geisel's Letter to the WhoVillians, and I quote:
"And he puzzled three hours, `till his puzzler was sore.
Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn't before!
"Maybe Christmas," he thought, "doesn't come from a
store.
"Maybe Christmas...perhaps...means a little bit more!"

And, as more Light pours into the world, similarly may blessings come
your way every day from places unexpected and more!

mk5000


----- Original Message -----
From: "marika"
Newsgroups:
aus.invest,alt.global-warming,sci.environment,aus.politics,sci.skeptic,a lt.usenet.legends.lester-mosley
Sent: Friday, October 03, 2008 9:03 PM
Subject: WRONG IN THE FIRST 8 WORDS! WAS: "Drop ETS!" Says ACT Party



"Peter Muehlbauer" wrote in message
enexpress.de...

Roger's statistics:

In warmer years, more storks have been seen in Europe.
In warmer years, the birth rate of babies inclined.
Conclusion: Babies were delivered by storks.


WHILE BIRDS MAY HAVE A PART IN SEXUAL REPRODUCTION, DO NOT KISS
STORKS!!!!

mk5000

http://cnn.netscape.cnn.com/news/sto...06birdflu_kiss

Girl Gets Bird Flu After Kissing Chicken

By BENJAMIN HARVEY

VAN, Turkey (AP) - Sumeyya
Mamuk considered
the chickens in her
backyard to be beloved pets.
The 8-year-old girl fed
them, petted them and took
care of them. When they started to get sick and
die, she hugged them and tenderly
kissed them goodbye. The next morning, her face
and eyes were swollen and she had a
high fever. Her father took her to a hospital, and
five days later she was confirmed to
have the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu.

``The chickens were sick. One had puffed up and
she touched it. We told her not to. She
loved chickens a lot,'' her father, Abdulkerim
Mamuk, said of the second youngest of his eight
children. ``She held them in her arms.''

Her oldest brother, Sadun, said Sumeyya loved
animals and took care of puppies and kittens
in Van's Yalim Erez neighborhood.

When her mother saw Sumeyya holding one of the
dying chickens, she yelled at her and hit the girl to get her away.

Sumeyya began to cry. She wiped her tears with
the hand she'd been using to comfort the dying chicken.

``She wiped her face,'' said her father, speaking
in broken Turkish and wearing a leather jacket
and a typical Kurdish headdress in their bright,
clean home. ``She started to swell. She had a really
high fever.''

Following a few tense days when her family
worried if she would recover, Summeya's condition
has improved due to quick treatment with the antiviral drug Tamiflu,
said Dr. Huseyin Avni Sahin, chief
physician at the Van 100th Year Hospital.

But at least two other children have died of the
same virus in Turkey, and as of Tuesday, 15 people had tested
positive for infection in preliminary tests. Many are
children.

The disease also appears to be spreading.

In parts of the world where the virus has been
deadly - until now only in East Asia - children like Summeya have
been the worst hit.

``It was the same in Asia,'' said Dr. Guenael
Rodier, a scientist with the World Health Organization who has been
chasing the virus around the world. ``It mainly
occurred in family clusters of small size, and
mainly in children.''

Even if not animal lovers like Sumeyya, children
in poor agricultural towns tend to be extremely comfortable with the
animals they share their lives with. It has been
particularly difficult to convince them that this
proximity can now be dangerous.

In Dogubayazit, the Turkish town near the Iranian
border where most of the current cases originated, children usually
outnumbered workers in trying to round up
chickens for culling. Boys and girls led cows and
sheep down the main streets. As adult out-of-towners fled from
terrifying dogs that snarled from nearly every
backyard, little local children giggled.

As the H5N1 bird flu virus spreads, scientists
monitoring it for fear it could mutate into a form easily
transmissible among humans say education on its dangers is
crucial to fighting it. Rodier said his
organization was considering implementing a program aimed solely at
rural children.

``It's child behavior,'' he said. ``They play with
everything.''

As for Sumeyya, she is expected to be released
from the hospital and join her family and her other pets - dogs,
cats and cows - in the next few days.

``She's gotten better,'' Sahin said. ``In a few
days, she'll be released.''



 




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