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Old 10-06-2005, 08:41 PM   #61
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MILF is Mom I'd Like To F (fill in the blank Anne )
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Sure Bono meets w/ world leaders and is trying to eradicate AIDS and poverty, but he could never invent fake dog testicles..

http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/10/06/dog....ap/index.html
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Sure Bono meets w/ world leaders and is trying to eradicate AIDS and poverty, but he could never invent fake dog testicles..

http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/10/06/dog....ap/index.html
been done with performers already
a sock down the trousers - decades ago

as for the doggies
i got some for my dog


she is fierce now
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I'll need to keep a better eye on that boy I hope he didn't offend you guys.

He claims to be a Democrat, but you never know.

um, what does MILF stand for?
Are you kidding me....

Meeting you and your son made the night all that more spectacular! You have a GREAT kid on your hands.
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OSLO, Norway (CNN) -- The U.N. nuclear watchdog and its head, Mohamed ElBaradei, won the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for their efforts to limit the spread of atomic weapons.
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"for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used for military purposes and to ensure that nuclear energy for peaceful purposes is used in the safest possible way"
Congratulations to International Atomic Energy Agency and Mohamed ElBaradei.

(and thank you to MrsSpringsteen for posting links and info in this thread)
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Wow the IAEA won it?

Haha. Its located right around my corner. Actually, I know a few people from there.. very interesting, they told me about their systems etc. when we visited them in the intl. organization political sciences course.

The peace nobel prize... huh. I wouldn´t have expected the IAEA to get it.
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Interesting...

Well there's always next year.
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The U.N. nuclear watchdog and its head, Mohamed ElBaradei, won the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for their efforts to limit the spread of atomic weapons.
Of course, they accomplished next to nothing in 2005. Perhaps they should have gotten the award in a different year.
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Interesting...

Well there's always next year.
I believe he will win it eventually.
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Are you kidding me....

Meeting you and your son made the night all that more spectacular! You have a GREAT kid on your hands.
We had a great time too!

(and I'm feeling very proud of my great kid right now... )
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meh... i certainly didn't think bono would win, but i do think he's more worthy than these jokers, who really haven't accomplished anything this year. iraq is a mess, iran is doing what they want, and so is north korea. what makes these guys worthy of winning? because they're trying? swell... bono's trying and accomplishing. this is a very political selection and it's a joke.

if i was jamilia, i'd be pissed.
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I believe he will win it eventually.


i agree.

you know why? i stayed up late to watch Conan last night and feel like dog poo today, but i noticed that Bono was at his most engaged and excited not when talking about U2 or the tour but when talking about Africa.

it does sound like he's at the beginning of losing interest in U2 and becoming a full time activist.

this might take 5 years, but, it seems to me, that Africa is where his heart is.

(ducks)
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Of course, they accomplished next to nothing in 2005. Perhaps they should have gotten the award in a different year.
I think nobel prizes are not awarded for a certain year, but more for the course of hard work in a period of several years to decades.
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