Desiree

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Desiree last won the day on September 22 2012

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  1. How are things in Thailand? Is this affecting you personally or is it business as usual?
  2. I'm about to make a trip to Thailand. This makes me want to run out and buy a few phones to sell. I could almost pay for my trip.
  3. This is one of the reasons I love Thailand, it's acceptance of all people. Transsexual Miss World contest aims to boost awareness Shimmering in a tight gold evening gown, a Japanese television host wept and called for greater tolerance as she was crowned the world's most beautiful transsexual at a pageant in Thailand. Haruna Ai,37, beat off stiff competition from 20 other glamorous contestants at the Miss International Queen 2009 who came to the Thai beach resort of Pattaya from as far as Brazil and the United States. "I am very,very, very happy," a tearful Ai told AFP minutes after the previ
  4. Salmon Salad With Blueberries Ingredients 3 ounce(s) fish, salmon fillet, wild-caught 2 cup(s) lettuce, mixed greens, packaged 1 cup(s) tomato(es), chopped 1/4 cup(s) blueberries, fresh or defrosted frozen 1/2 ounce(s) cheese, feta, crumbled, reduced-fat 1 tablespoon nuts, walnuts, chopped, raw 1/4 cup(s) beans, cannellini, no-salt-added, rinsed and drained 1/8 cup(s) onion(s), red, cut into 1/8 inch-thick slices separated into rings 2 tablespoon vinaigrette, raspberry walnutPreparation Heat pa
  5. It adds up quickly for active members. Nice site, by the way.
  6. Welcome to Thailand Visa, finebyme! I'm so glad you found us.

  7. Welcome to Thailand Visa, Firecat69!

  8. The comments on this thread have been almost as good as the media covering this the last couple of days and the video of what Dave said.
  9. For Americans, Plastic Buys Less Abroad By MICHELLE HIGGINS BETTERpack some cash on your next trip abroad. Americans are finding thattheir credit and bank cards aren’t as convenient as they once werewhile traveling overseas. The problem: American cards lack aspecial chip, now commonly used in many foreign countries, causing thecards to be rejected by some merchants and kiosks. That’s whatNancy Elkind, a lawyer from Denver, discovered in Paris when she wantedto use the popular Vélib’ bicycle rental system on a week long vacationwith her husband last spring. They tried to swipe various ca
  10. A former student of mine came down with the swine flu. It hit her hard and fast. She was doing her pediatric residency, got very sick, developed something known as ARDS, and is now on a ventilator. I have to admit that this has shaken me a bit because I thought most of this was media hype, too. I guess when it hits someone you know, it makes you think twice.
  11. Student punished for spaghetti beliefs Thursday, March 29, 2007 The Flying Spaghetti Monster A student has been suspended from school in America for coming to class dressed as a pirate. But the disciplinary action has provoked controversy – because the student says that the ban violates his rights, as the pirate costume is part of his religion. Bryan Killian says that he follows the Pastafarian religion, and that as a crucial part of his faith, he must wear 'full pirate regalia' as prescribed in the holy texts of Pastafarianism. The school, however, say that his pirate garb was disruptive.
  12. No, I didn't know that. Thanks for the link. Actually, it's .cc instead of .com. It also gives a video preview if available. Very nice.
  13. I can't believe they'd even consider making someone pay to listen to a sample they are using to decide if they want the whole cd. I'm not too much of a download girl. I like having the hard copy with the artwork, so I buy the whole cd.