Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Topics - IslandGirl

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 5
1
FAMILY and Home / TO MY NIGERIAN FAMILY
« on: January 01, 2010, 08:11:04 PM »
It has come to my attention that some of my in-laws have discovered me here.  PLEASE would you introduce yourself to me, do not remain in hiding.  I really wish to know all.  I cannot be there in Nigeria and I don't know when I will be able to, so here is where we must interact.

PLEASE KNOW THESE THINGS ABOUT ME WITH ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY:
1. I LOVE MY HUSBAND VERY VERY VERY MUCH.
2. God created me as a loyal individual who is also strong, intellegent, opinionated, verbal, and sometimes emotional.
3. Honesty and integrity are of utmost importance to me.
4. I am a flirt, but the flirting NEVER goes further than the keyboard, as I stated above I LOVE my husband and I am LOYAL.
5. I say what I feel at the moment.  I don't hold back. 
6. I LOVE to argue sometimes just for arguments sake
7. Debating brings out the passion in me.  I debate and argue to win, not necessarily to be right.
8. It may be difficult to really know where I stand on an issue because I debate not bring forth my own opinions and ideas, rather to show others the holes that exist in their own views.  I argue my own opinions and thoughts so deciding whether I'm arguing or debating maybe be difficult.

Knowing these things about me is important.  Because I WILL not be controlled and bridled by others.  I will always continue to make known my thoughts, opinions, ideas, struggles, and advice. Take me for who I am or don't take me at all - the choice is not up to me. 

I pray that God gives those who are in essence "spying on me" and reporting, the boldness, confidence and wherewithall to PLEASE stop hiding behind a forum name and embrace me as a family member.


5
SOCIETY / MOVED: do you want to make money?
« on: December 09, 2009, 07:50:15 PM »

7
SOCIETY / MOVED: FREE INFO to make #45O,OOO
« on: December 09, 2009, 07:49:18 PM »

9
SOCIETY / MOVED: Tired of not making enough money?
« on: December 09, 2009, 07:48:22 PM »

10
SOCIETY / MOVED: Do you need international presence?
« on: December 09, 2009, 07:47:43 PM »

13
NEWS / LANGUAGE CAMPS OFFER A WINDOW ON THE WORLD
« on: August 04, 2009, 05:42:28 AM »
MY DAUGHTER IS ATTENDING FRENCH CAMP THIS WEEK - SHE LOVES IT!!!


By PATRICIA DUFF
South Whidbey Record Arts & Entertainment, Island Life
Jul 21 2009, 8:31 AM ? UPDATED



The Northwest Language Academy is pulling out all the foreign stops for its summer language camp series.

Students between the ages of 2 and 14 will have the chance to explore the world and its myriad cultures all while enjoying the serenity of Bayview and other island sites with camps available in Japanese, Chinese, French, Spanish and Latin.

Academy founder and camp director Josette Hendrix, a master of four languages, said what makes teaching so satisfying for her are the ?aha? moments when she sees a child?s ?language brain? emerge.

?Whenever I teach kids ? whether in the camps, or at some of our other programs during the year ? I am endlessly amazed by the potential for learning. Children are so quick to pick up both the sounds, to mimic the pronunciation, and also to grasp the meaning when it is presented in a real-life context,? Hendrix said.

That real-life context takes the form of students using the language in practical life.

Campers are presented with a ?passport? complete with their name and picture on the first day of camp.

Each day they have to enter through the passport office and answer identity questions and other interactive dialogue about what?s been going on in camp, Hendrix explained.

?So this one little boy ? when asked in French ?How old are you?? ? he answered in a mix of English and French, ?I am huit ans.? He was already building the connectors in his brain after just three days of what the numbers are in French and attaching that to his English communication,? she said.

Hendrix is amazed at how easily children just slip into another language. She said they don?t have the filters that adults have that require everything to make sense in a certain way. Children are more flexible, she added.

The language camps are designed with an extra dose of fun in mind.

They include activities such as theatrical productions, farming, trampoline, swimming, crafts, culinary arts, cheese-making, soap-making, participation in a Spanish Olympics and other events fashioned for each of the languages.

During these various activities, the students use whichever language they are learning to communicate with each other.

If you are learning to bake French bread, you better study your ingredients en fran?ais.

Perhaps it will help to know how to shout ?I?m open!? for the Spanish Olympic soccer match, or to be able sing the Mexican national anthem.

Whichever foreign language a child studies, chances are it?ll be good for his brain.

Hendrix said the public education system is beginning to realize the value of foreign language learning.

?The biggest gift of learning languages at a young age is that the thinking process itself becomes more flexible, more comprehensive,? Hendrix said.

?We are talking about the development of capacity of intelligence ? a potential that would otherwise remain untapped. This is not ?fluff? or ?extra? education. This is a critical component,? she added.

Hendrix said that, for her, there is the bonus of having the first generation of campers return to the island and share the experiences of life and how those early years of language camps helped to present opportunities in their current lives.

?French camp was the highlight of my childhood,? said former camper Tana Lucker.

?I remember suddenly realizing there?s so much more in the world than I knew.?

The 17-year-old Lucker, who was a language camp counselor last year, is in France where she decided to plant herself for the summer in a self-styled immersion experience in Paris.

Lucker?s mother, Helma Lucker, said her daughter believed she could speak French right from the beginning at age 6.

?I can?t help but think that having access to these multi-cultural experiences here at home, in the delightful playful atmosphere created by Josette, were formative and gave her a comfort level and a confidence with the language she might not have had otherwise,? Helma Lucker said.

The academy welcomes everybody to learn a language, no matter what age or skill level.

Languages are taught at all levels of proficiency, so that campers with no prior knowledge of the language are comfortable, and those who already have a foundation can expand their skills.

The academy also seeks to include every interested child, and has a scholarship program that currently has six scholarships available to campers in need.

Hendrix said that she hopes the community can help with more scholarships so that the unique camp experience can be offered to many more children. Donations can be made as full sponsorships or as partial contributions to the scholarship fund.

The camps begin next week and are from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday for the 7-to-14 age group.

Parent Preschool Camps are 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Tuition is $275 for preschoolers with parent; $300 for students.

Sibling discounts and scholarships are available. Older participants are welcome as counselors in training and interns.

Registration closes five days prior to the start of each camp. Housing and visitor information is available for off-island families.

For a detailed schedule of camp sessions and other info click here, call 321-2101 or e-mail info@nwlanguageacademy.com.

14
NEWS / LANGLEY CMA YOUTH GROUP WILL LEND A HAND IN GABON
« on: August 04, 2009, 05:39:51 AM »
By ROY JACOBSON
South Whidbey Record Reporter
Jul 22 2009, 8:00 AM



Six members of Langley Christian and Missionary Alliance Church?s youth group leave Thursday afternoon for a 17-day trip to Gabon in Equatorial Africa, where they?ll work in an orphanage and a hospital.

?I?ve only been out of the country to Canada,? said Natasha Kamps, 17, of Langley, who will be a senior at South Whidbey High School in the fall. ?This will be way different.?

Also making the trip will be Shannon Craig and Shelby Ball of Langley, who will be South Whidbey seniors in the fall, and who, with Kamps, will incorporate the experience into their senior projects.

Completing the group is Jason Craig, a 2007 graduate of South Whidbey High School.

The group will be led by the husband-and-wife team of Michael and Jenna Berry. He has been youth pastor at the church, and she assistant youth pastor, for the past three years. Both also are graduates of South Whidbey High School, he in 2003, she in 2005.

The group will help out at the Hope House orphanage outside the capital city of Libreville, and at a hospital in the city of Bongolo.

Michael Berry said members will work with the children, work on building projects and ?do anything else they need over there.?

Gabon is situated in Central Africa on the Equator, and has a population of 1.5 million, most of whom speak French. It?s one of the most prosperous countries in the region.

The CMA group chose Gabon for outreach after meeting with visiting residents of the country, and with missionaries who had worked there, Berry said.

He said the church youth group has about 50 members, and it has participated in other outreach programs in the United States, Canada and Mexico. It helped out in the aftermath of flooding in southwest Washington, and in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina.

Friends and family helped the members of the group raise money for the trip. This will be the first time any of them has been to Africa.

?Just being able to go and serve and experience a new culture is what we?re looking forward to,? Berry said.

Added Kamps: ?I hope it gives us more of an appreciation for what we have here.?

You can follow updates of the group?s adventures on the Web site www.gabonteamblog.weebly.com. A report on the trip will be presented at the end of August, Berry said.

15
NEWS / REPUBLICAN WOMEN START CLOTHES DRIVE FOR IRAQI KIDS
« on: August 04, 2009, 05:37:48 AM »
By PATRICIA DUFF
South Whidbey Record Arts & Entertainment, Island Life
Aug 01 2009, 8:00 AM



On a recent sunny day, Debbie Cunningham, second vice president of the South Whidbey Republican Women, was happily helping her fellow committeewomen sort through the heaping piles of children?s clothes laid out in her Greenbank garage.

The eight women gathered in the garage were chatting amiably while efficiently folding and placing the clothes in various age-appropriate boxes.

The clothing had been sorted, laundered and mended, and was ready to be packaged and sent to Iraq, where the youngest victims of the war are in desperate need.

?We washed everything. Our washing machines were going and going and going,? Cunningham said.

The boxes were being prepared for Army Spec. Kenneth Rogers, a soldier stationed in Iraq, who will distribute the clothes to local orphanages.

?The outpouring of community help has been fantastic,? Cunningham said.

Several donation stations were set up in early spring around the South End, including Sebo?s Do-It Center, Nails With A View and Rumours Salon.

?Community Thrift of Senior Services deserve a special thanks,? Cunningham noted. ?They were just wonderful, with half of the 18 to 20 boxes of clothing coming from them.?

The women hope to receive some monetary donations to help offset the cost of shipping the clothes, which costs about $40 per box.

?We have been overwhelmed with the response from our community,? she added.

Donations for the drive can be made payable to Klothes for Kids and sent to the South Whidbey Republican Women, PO Box 1269, Freeland, WA 98249.

16
WORLD EVENTS / OBAMA CONTROVERSY!
« on: July 25, 2009, 02:26:16 AM »
(CNN) -- President Obama said that police in Cambridge, Massachusetts, "acted stupidly" in arresting a prominent black Harvard professor last week after a confrontation at the man's home.

 
Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. talks Wednesday about his ordeal with Cambridge police.

"I don't know, not having been there and not seeing all the facts, what role race played," Obama said Wednesday night while taking questions after a White House news conference.

Cambridge authorities dropped disorderly conduct charges against Henry Louis Gates Jr. on Tuesday.

Obama defended Gates on Wednesday night, while admitting that he may be "a little biased," because Gates is a friend.

"But I think it's fair to say, No. 1, any of us would be pretty angry; No. 2, that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home; and, No. 3 ... that there's a long history in this country of African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately."

The incident, Obama said, shows "how race remains a factor in this society." 

The mayor of Cambridge said she is going to meet with the city's police chief to make sure the scenario that caused Gates' arrest does not happen again.

"This suggests that something happened that should not have happened," Mayor E. Denise Simmons said on CNN's "American Morning." "The situation is certainly unfortunate. This can't happen again in Cambridge." 

Gates said Simmons called him to apologize.

He told CNN on Wednesday that although charges had been dropped, he will keep the issue alive.

"This is not about me; this is about the vulnerability of black men in America," Gates told CNN's Soledad O'Brien.

Gates said he'd be prepared to forgive the arresting officer "if he told the truth" about what the director of Harvard's W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research said were "fabrications" in the police report.

The officer, Sgt. James Crowley, told CNN affiliate WCVB earlier Wednesday that he will not apologize.

"There are not many certainties in life, but it is for certain that Sgt. Crowley will not be apologizing," he said.

Gates said the mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts, called him to apologize about the incident, in which he was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. 

CNN could not confirm Wednesday night that an apology was made. Cambridge Mayor E. Denise Simmons did not respond to requests by CNN for comment.

Crowley wrote in the Cambridge police report that Gates refused to step outside to speak with him, the police report said, and when Crowley told Gates that he was investigating a possible break-in, Gates opened the front door and exclaimed, "Why, because I'm a black man in America?" the report said. 

The report said Gates initially refused to show the officer identification, but eventually produced a Harvard identification card, prompting Crowley to radio for Harvard University Police.

"While I was led to believe that Gates was lawfully in the residence, I was quite surprised and confused with the behavior he exhibited toward me," Crowley said, according to the report.

Gates was arrested for "loud and tumultuous behavior in a public space" and was released from police custody after spending four hours at the police station.

He said Wednesday that he and his lawyers were considering further actions, not excluding a lawsuit.


Gates said that although the ordeal had upset him, "I would do the same thing exactly again."

Earlier this week, a prosecutor dropped the charge against Gates and the city's police department recommended that the matter not be pursued.

You can view the entire article with all the links to more information at: http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/07/22/harvard.gates.interview/index.html


17
GENERAL DISCUSSION / MY PERSONAL WORLD NEWS
« on: July 11, 2009, 01:35:20 AM »
My husband has his immigration interview!!!!!!!!!!!!

I will be flying to Dakar on August 3rd, the interview is August 6th, there is a possiblity we could get his visa on the 6th but more likely it will be on the 11th and we will fly home on the 12th!!

18
LITERATURE and BOOKS. / Igbo vocabulary definitions please
« on: February 19, 2009, 10:10:39 PM »
So I started reading "Arrow of God" and I need some help with the following words:

Obi -
Ogene -
Onwa atuo -
Oye -
Afo -
Nkwo -
Ikenga -
Okposi -
Ofo -
Alusi -
Nno -

19
GENERAL DISCUSSION / PLEASE VOTE FOR MY STORY!!
« on: December 01, 2008, 11:27:23 PM »
Hi all, Posted this on the hello & goodbye thread but thought I'd start a new thread also.  I entered a Christmas Story to our local christian radio station and this week it was chosen as one of the best five for this weeks competition.  So, I need people to vote for me.  Go to www.spirit1053.com, click on Holiday Stories, choose Week 5, listen to the stories and then vote (for me please :) ).  My story is Linda's Story (so now y'all know my "real" name.  Voting ends on Saturday the 6th and you will have to sign up for their newsletter.  Part of the prize is 4 roundtrip airline ticket to anywhere in the continental US.  I am hoping they will give the winner Northwest Air mileage points because then I could use the points to get 2 tickets to Africa!  The other part of the prize is $1,000 which will definitely help with getting my husband his visa!

THANKS!!!!

20
TRAVEL, IMMIGRATION and RECREATION / Journey of Patience and Faith
« on: October 30, 2008, 10:00:28 PM »
Don't know where exactly to put this so here it goes :)

I live on an island, so got up early to catch the first ferry off the island - 4:40am. Ferry takes 20 minutes and then it's about 45 minutes to the airport. Flight was to leave at 7:55. The next ferry wasn't until 5:30am so had to be on the 4:40 in order to assure proper check in time and such. Anyways, get on the ferry and THEN decide to check on my luggage in the back of my truck that my boys loaded. They FORGOT my main piece of luggage the one with all my clothes (except 1 pair of pants and 1 shirt) even my sexy nighties and nearly all the gifts for SO's friends and family and my wedding present to my SO. I was crushed, there was absolutely nothing I could do, I had to catch the plane so could not go back for my luggage. By the time I got to the airport I was feeling better and just let go of the whole situation and figured I'd be ok, I'd get a couple more things while I was in Dakar and move on with my vacation. On the plane just about the time we should have been taxi'ing out the captain informs us that there was a computer malfunction and they needed a new computer chip but one was on the way so it wouldn't be more than 20 minutes. I began to worry because my layover in Atlanta was only 58 minutes. 35 minutes later we were informed that the chip was the wrong part and the nearest part available was about 1 1/2 hours aways by plane. So we all unloaded and waited. Then just before the plane with the new part was to arrive there was a security breech so NOTHING was allowed in or out of the airport - that lasted an hour (maybe more I lost track of time)!! They attempted to find me a flight to still get to Dakar tomorrow morning but there were no flights that I could make. So, had to opt to stay in Seattle for the night and leave tomorrow morning arriving in Dakar on Saturday morning. The good news out of this is that my mom is on her way right now bringing me the suitcase that was left behind  :D

21
GENERAL DISCUSSION / WHAT'S WRONG WITH WOMEN
« on: October 29, 2008, 04:22:18 PM »
Whats wrong with Women....

               Woman has Man in it;
               Mrs. has Mr . in it;
               Female has Male in it;
               She has He in it;
               Madam has Adam in it;
               
               Okay, it all makes sense now...
               I never looked at it this way before:
               MENtal illness
               MENstrual cramps
               MENtal breakdown
               MENopause
               GUY necologist
               AND ..
               When we have REAL trouble, it's a
               HIS terectomy.
               Ever notice how all of women's problems
               start with MEN?




22
FAMILY and Home / I HAVE A WEDDING DATE!!!!!
« on: October 10, 2008, 03:01:41 PM »
My luv just called this instant and informed me that all went well getting all the documents we need to get married :).  The venue has changed back to the consular, but that is fine by me.  So we are getting married on November 4th, just 5 days before my birthday!!!

23
GENERAL DISCUSSION / DV LOTTERY OPENED ON 10/2/2008
« on: October 04, 2008, 08:41:35 PM »
To all who are interested:

http://www.dvlottery.state.gov/

If any of you win, you HAVE to come and see me, that's a REQUIREMENT!

24
GAMES / BIRTHDAY GAME
« on: September 28, 2008, 05:46:04 AM »
With nearly 30,000 members here we should be able to cover all the days of the year.

Cut and paste the following list and then add your name to the day your birthday falls.  If someone else has the same birthday just add it after their name.

1-Jan
2-Jan
3-Jan
4-Jan
5-Jan
6-Jan
7-Jan
8-Jan
9-Jan
10-Jan
11-Jan
12-Jan
13-Jan
14-Jan
15-Jan
16-Jan
17-Jan
18-Jan
19-Jan
20-Jan
21-Jan
22-Jan
23-Jan
24-Jan
25-Jan
26-Jan
27-Jan
28-Jan
29-Jan
30-Jan
31-Jan
1-Feb
2-Feb
3-Feb
4-Feb
5-Feb
6-Feb
7-Feb - IG'sBB
8-Feb
9-Feb
10-Feb
11-Feb
12-Feb
13-Feb
14-Feb
15-Feb
16-Feb
17-Feb
18-Feb
19-Feb
20-Feb
21-Feb
22-Feb
23-Feb
24-Feb
25-Feb
26-Feb
27-Feb
28-Feb
29-Feb
1-Mar
2-Mar
3-Mar
4-Mar
5-Mar
6-Mar
7-Mar
8-Mar
9-Mar
10-Mar
11-Mar
12-Mar
13-Mar
14-Mar
15-Mar
16-Mar
17-Mar
18-Mar
19-Mar
20-Mar
21-Mar
22-Mar
23-Mar
24-Mar
25-Mar
26-Mar
27-Mar
28-Mar
29-Mar
30-Mar
31-Mar
1-Apr
2-Apr
3-Apr
4-Apr
5-Apr
6-Apr
7-Apr
8-Apr
9-Apr
10-Apr
11-Apr
12-Apr
13-Apr
14-Apr
15-Apr
16-Apr
17-Apr
18-Apr
19-Apr
20-Apr
21-Apr
22-Apr
23-Apr
24-Apr
25-Apr
26-Apr
27-Apr
28-Apr
29-Apr
30-Apr
1-May
2-May
3-May
4-May
5-May
6-May
7-May
8-May
9-May
10-May
11-May
12-May
13-May
14-May
15-May
16-May
17-May
18-May
19-May
20-May
21-May
22-May
23-May
24-May
25-May
26-May
27-May
28-May
29-May
30-May
31-May
1-Jun
2-Jun
3-Jun
4-Jun
5-Jun
6-Jun
7-Jun
8-Jun
9-Jun
10-Jun
11-Jun
12-Jun
13-Jun
14-Jun
15-Jun
16-Jun
17-Jun
18-Jun
19-Jun
20-Jun
21-Jun
22-Jun
23-Jun - IG's man
24-Jun
25-Jun
26-Jun
27-Jun
28-Jun
29-Jun
30-Jun - IG's 1st son
1-Jul
2-Jul
3-Jul
4-Jul
5-Jul
6-Jul
7-Jul
8-Jul
9-Jul
10-Jul
11-Jul
12-Jul
13-Jul
14-Jul
15-Jul
16-Jul
17-Jul
18-Jul
19-Jul
20-Jul
21-Jul
22-Jul
23-Jul
24-Jul
25-Jul
26-Jul
27-Jul
28-Jul
29-Jul
30-Jul
31-Jul
1-Aug
2-Aug
3-Aug
4-Aug
5-Aug
6-Aug
7-Aug
8-Aug
9-Aug
10-Aug
11-Aug
12-Aug
13-Aug - IG's grandson
14-Aug
15-Aug
16-Aug
17-Aug
18-Aug
19-Aug
20-Aug
21-Aug
22-Aug
23-Aug
24-Aug
25-Aug
26-Aug
27-Aug
28-Aug
29-Aug
30-Aug
31-Aug
1-Sep
2-Sep
3-Sep
4-Sep
5-Sep
6-Sep
7-Sep
8-Sep
9-Sep
10-Sep
11-Sep
12-Sep
13-Sep
14-Sep
15-Sep
16-Sep
17-Sep
18-Sep
19-Sep
20-Sep
21-Sep
22-Sep
23-Sep
24-Sep
25-Sep
26-Sep
27-Sep
28-Sep
29-Sep
30-Sep - IG's 2nd son
1-Oct
2-Oct
3-Oct
4-Oct
5-Oct
6-Oct
7-Oct
8-Oct
9-Oct
10-Oct
11-Oct
12-Oct
13-Oct
14-Oct
15-Oct
16-Oct
17-Oct
18-Oct
19-Oct
20-Oct
21-Oct
22-Oct
23-Oct - IG's daughter
24-Oct
25-Oct
26-Oct
27-Oct
28-Oct
29-Oct
30-Oct
31-Oct
1-Nov
2-Nov
3-Nov
4-Nov
5-Nov
6-Nov
7-Nov
8-Nov
9-Nov - IslandGirl
10-Nov
11-Nov
12-Nov
13-Nov
14-Nov
15-Nov
16-Nov
17-Nov
18-Nov
19-Nov
20-Nov
21-Nov
22-Nov
23-Nov
24-Nov
25-Nov
26-Nov
27-Nov
28-Nov
29-Nov
30-Nov
1-Dec
2-Dec
3-Dec
4-Dec - IG's 4th son
5-Dec
6-Dec
7-Dec
8-Dec
9-Dec
10-Dec
11-Dec
12-Dec
13-Dec
14-Dec
15-Dec
16-Dec
17-Dec
18-Dec
19-Dec
20-Dec - IG's granddaughter
21-Dec
22-Dec
23-Dec
24-Dec
25-Dec
26-Dec - IG's daughter-in-law
27-Dec
28-Dec
29-Dec
30-Dec
31-Dec

25
HUMOUR and JOKES / TITANIC VS. MY LIFE
« on: September 27, 2008, 04:15:31 AM »
Students at a Pocono school were assigned to read 2 books, 'Titanic' by James Cameron and 'My Life' by Bill Clinton.

One student turned in the following book report,
He said that they were nearly identical stories!

His cool professor gave him an A+ for this report.
Here's his comparison:

Titanic:.... Cost - $29.99
Clinton :..... Cost - $29.99


Titanic:..... Over 3 hours to read
Clinton :..... Over 3 hours to read

Titanic:...The story of Jack and Rose, their forbidden love, and subsequent catastrophe.
Clinton :..The story of Bill and Monica, their forbidden love, and subsequent catastrophe

Titanic:..... Jack is a starving artist.
Clinton :.... Bill is a bullshit artist

Titanic:.... In one scene, Jack enjoys a good cigar.
Clinton :.... Ditto for Bill.

Titanic:..... During the ordeal, Rose's dress gets ruined.
Clinton :..... Ditto for Monica.

Titanic:..... Jack teaches Rose to spit.
Clinton :.... Let's not go there.

Titanic:..... Rose gets to keep her jewelry
Clinton :.... Monica's forced to return her gifts.

Titanic:.... Rose remembers Jack for the rest of her life.
Clinton :.... Clinton doesn't remember Jack.

Titanic:..... Rose goes down on a vessel full of seamen.
Clinton :.... Monica...ooh, let's not go there, either.

Titanic:..... Jack surrenders to an icy death.
Clinton :.... Bill goes home to Hilary - basically the same thing

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 5

Enter Your Email Below For Daily Jobs Updates, It's Free

100% Free