The Life and Times of Shonari

A brother, a companion, a true friend. We are so close he could be me, shonari is a gentle soul never seeking danger and it stayed away from him. I knew him from birth, probably earlier and i knew he was eager to come out of the womb. When he did he didn’t like what he saw so and promptly regretted coming out. From his young years he had a love for nature, science and the finer arts, always stoning dog with his excuse being that they didn’t belong. His first science experiment was a huge success when he killed
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Odd facts that nobody really cares about.

Did you know that the ‘com’ in .com stands for commercial? i didn’t know that i thought it stood for computer or community. The oldest .com site is symbolics.com WD-40 literally stands for Water Displacement, 40th attempt. That’s the name straight out of the lab book used by the chemist who developed WD-40 back in 1953. The chemist, Norm Larsen, was attempting to concoct a formula to prevent corrosion — a task which is done by displacing water. Norm’s persistence paid off when he perfected the formula on his 40th try. Apple.com was registered 4 years before Microsoft.com Mosquito repellents
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Video Playlist Links

As wordpress does not allow youtube playlists to be embedded, i have provided a link below to watch any video playlists i may have. Enjoy! Election Debates-Portia Vs Bruce (ID 1962)

How does that affect the price of water anywhere?

Regardless of where you are from, everybody complains about the price of gasoline and the rate at which the price is increasing. I find that rather strange, not everybody in the world use it everyday, its a non renewable resource (ie it will run out eventually), there is an extremely complicated process to refine it from crude oil to get the various fractions we need (jet fuel, gasoline etc all come from the same source), the war in iraq has left one of the major sources of crude oil supplying haphazardly and because of its detrimental effect on the environment
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