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marypopinz 07-20-2006 10:15 AM

I thought the rule of the sea was women and children first?
 
Hello again,


I am requesting your permission to post portions of our email conversation up on the net as it makes for interesting readers to the UK audience - rather strikes a familiar chord with how England is being sacrificed to the EU and ultimately, the UN.

Is is a joke that on the night before Tony the Toad told the papers he was going Catholic and wanted to the lead the UN when he stood down from number 10... I was cautioned as a terrorist for singing a few hymns, an English standard - Monty Python 'Always look on the bright side of life' and 'You are my Sunshine'????

please email back as soon as

I am here at the Dot Cafe in Rochester. I have resorted to riding my bike everywhere now. They can get on their bikes too! I have sent a copy of this email to a mate of mine for obvious reasons. Please take no offence.

Also, could you please mail me the cabinet members involved in that scandal I briefly viewed from your site. I would like all thier names and specifically the ones who hail from the Maritimes as I believe their will be a PREVALENCE OF NONSES FROM THAT REGION IN POSITIONS OF POWER ABUSING THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN. Thank you in advance.

I read and understood completely that Canada is just a pot of frogs on a slow boil, like England, with both our idiot politicians slowly raising the boil on both our nation's national sovereignty. I understand all too well how they sneak through their agenda under the guise of 'freedom' and 'protection' and now 'transportation'. Section 132 - 137 of the socpa act.. enacted by section 138 - in complete contravention to the Human rights Act Section 10 and 11. Section 19 comes into play as well, I believe. (according to a briefing set before the House of Lords/shmucks by JUSTICE: a legal bunch of bods)

Tony is making an ass of the law and the English 'froggies' think I am a terrorist for singing out the truth??? Tony the toad is creating the opportunity (classic hegelian dialect) to create his own British Human Rights (England anyone?) or perhaps for the UN and his so-called reserved seat at the UN (fat %$^&ing chance mate!)

It's funny how his witchy Mrs. is cashing in on Human wrongs/rights being the legal sow she is, while her hubby is bombing the babies and creating the future refugees needing her brand of human wrongs/rights legal 'advice'. Don't vote for a war monger? (Best advice I can give.)

RACHAEL CORY ring any bells folks?

The British Navy has been sent to rescue who?
Tourists?
Employees?
Citizens?

For the Love of God who will rescue the Lebanese children?
For the Love of Christ, do the Palestinain children mean nothing/ are nothing? Has the world gone &^$£ing insane?

I thought the rule of the sea was women and children first?

Not tourists and employees!

Sick bastards is all I have to say! The water is getting mighty hot over here mate. And still, I could be over there...

Ciao
Charity Sweet
XXX

anticopyright acknowledging the terrorified children of Iraq, Palestine, and Lebanon and wherever our bomb makers sell and kill our children - may God forgive us...

07-20-2006 05:45 PM

Re: I thought the rule of the sea was women and children first?
 
on a lighter note....


He moves his hand down to my pussy
Begins to stoke my hard, swollen clit
Making me gasp with pleasure
His cock presses against my hip
He kisses my neck
I drop to my knees
I press my lips to his tip
Slightly lick his slit
I slide his love into my mouth
Sucking gently
I taste his pre-cum
I lap it up greedily
I stand in front of him
I take his love in my hand
I place it between my legs
I whisper "Fuck me" in his ear
He thrusts his hips against mine
I feel him deep inside my sex
I want him to overflow in me
I push against him harder
Faster
Again over and over
I see his body tense
I feel his cock pulse within me
I love his climax
My own follows his
My honey flows over his
Mixing in my core
I drop back against the pillows
I look at my watch
I will have to come up another excuse
I'll be home late again



marypopinz 08-01-2006 05:43 AM

Mongo - u r a sick bastard!
 
My opinion/my heart/my mind 30/07/06








R.S.V.P. / S.O.S. / A.S.A.P.
Defining free speech



























1610 words
Dear Mr. Oxford:
Dear Perry Mason:

Hello… Is anybody home? The lights appear to be on…
Knock, knock
Who’s there?
Orange…
Orange who?
Orange you glad you’re still breathing?

Some would say yes and some would say no. So many are just trying to survive this living nightmare called ‘modern’ life. “Do this, don’t do that. Can’t you read the signs?” - classic lyrics from a classic 70’s band.

Are you “Just another brick in the wall”?

“My mama, loves me - she loves me. She get down on her knees and hug me. She loves me like a rock. She loves me like a rock, oh baby she loves me.” The music was so much ‘kinder’ then. I am just 40 years old and that’s the word I am searching for - kind.

p.779 Concise Tenth Edition Oxford Dictionary
kind: noun. 1. class or type of people or things having similar characteristics 2. character; nature - the trials were different in kind from any that proceeded them 3. each of the elements (bread and wine) of the Eucharist.
kind: adjective. 1. considerate and generous 2. (kind to) not harmful to 3. archaic affectionate, loving
Origin: old English gecynde ‘natural, native’; middle English ‘well-born, well-bred’ whence ‘courteous, gentle’

Hmmm… bears some thought.
Humankind. Kind of says it all when properly defined in black and white.
Hmmm… free speech.

p. 406 £2.99 old paperback Oxford dictionary
free speech: noun. the right to express your opinions

Concise Tenth Edition Oxford Dictionary (hard cover)
“The foremost authority on English language”
“The world’s favourite dictionary”
“The World’s Most Trusted Dictionaries” - front cover of said dictionary

[scanning the first column of p.564 for free speech; free space… free spoken… no free speech(?)]

p.564 Concise Tenth Edition Oxford Dictionary
free spoken: adj. archaic speaking candidly and openly


My dear Mr. Oxford, speaking candidly and openly can get me arrested and has got me cautioned as a serious organised criminal while curiously, the noun free speech no longer appears in your most recent dictionary(?) and is barely exercised in English society since Tony the Toad tried to ‘grinch’ it through his ridiculous SOCPA legislation, specifically section 132-137, enacted by section 138; his feeble attempt to shield himself and his political cronies from public protest regarding his asinine actions in collusion with Bushy Boy from across the pond, amongst other well known war criminals and war mongers. WTF mate? Also, while I have your attention, something else caught my attention on the exact same pages of both the ‘old’ and ‘new’ Oxford dictionaries I own.

p.406 £2.99 old paperback Oxford dictionary
Freemason: n. a member of an international order set up to promote fellowship and mutual help, with elaborate secret ceremonies
Freemasonry: n. [no written definition offered (?)]

Cool - I don’t much like secrets nor secret societies; rather reminds me of Aleister ‘creepy’ Crowley and the Golden Dawn - regardless. I am not into Satanism/evil.

p.564 Concise Tenth Edition Oxford Dictionary
Freemason: n. a member of an international order established for mutual help and fellowship, which holds elaborate secret ceremonies
Freemasonry: n. 1. the systems and institutions of the Freemasons 2. instinctive sympathy between people with something in common

What exactly is this secret something that Freemasons hold as a uniting bond? What is the secret that so many in positions of power share? Something is an unspecified or unknown thing - singular; a thing in common - an action, an activity, a secret, a concept or a thought. Is it an inanimate object that every mason owns? Highly unlikely.

Mr. Perry Mason, what is your ‘thang’? What unites y’all? What’s the secret to your ceremonies? ‘You can only but ask.’ - a very wise Irish woman taught me the importance of that phrase. It reminds me of the words to the song ‘Lean on me’. (I adore Bill Withers and his music.)

“…For no one can fill those of your needs that you won’t let show. I’m gonna’ call on you brother when I need a hand; we all need somebody to lean on. I just might have a problem that you’d understand…” I always think of this song as a prayer when I sing it.

Does your secret have anything to do with the noun and God given right of free speech being removed from p.564 of the Concise Tenth Edition of the Oxford Dictionary? Just a thought. Both definitions appeared on the same page in the reality of the Oxford dictionary of days gone by and the situation being in today’s present day modern reality, is, the noun Freemasonry has gained a written definition while the noun and right of free speech has been removed/omitted/deleted from the exact same page, only to be replaced by an adjective that is not a right by definition. I am simply stating and questioning the obvious.
I do not accept the loss of the definition of the right of free speech from your dictionary, Mr. Oxford, nor from English society, Toady: ‘less speed, more haste.’ The same clever Irish woman taught me that one too. Are you paying attention Toady? Mr. Perry Mason, what is this instinctive sympathy or fellow feeling between masons?

instinctive: adj. related to or prompted by instinct
instinct: n. 1. an innate pattern of behaviour in animals in response to certain stimuli 2. a natural or instinctive way of acting or thinking 3. a natural propensity or skill

[part of who you are; part and parcel of how you act or think - thinking often reflects into action; a natural propensity or skill]

sympathy: n. 1. feelings of pity or sorrow for someone else’s misfortune 2. understanding between people; common feeling
fellow feeling: n. sympathy based on shared experiences

Something intuitive; something you all have in common; based on a shared experience - a common way of thinking and acting. I don’t give up. What’s the ‘coo’ Mr. Perry Mason? I believe it involves some form of sympathy.

Personally, I have always loved the word empathy; in fact, greatly preferred it over its counterpart of sympathy. An old Navy sea dog taught me that ‘sympathy’ is in the dictionary “right where it belongs - between ‘shit’ and ‘syphilis’”. Instead of feeling sad for someone and looking down your nose while you do nothing, humanity should feel for and understand her fellow man - empathy - which should lead humanity into action; that’s what emotions are for.

The word emotion stems from the Latin verb motere: to move; motivate. Emotions are meant to lead the body into action(fight or flight response, mating), not apathy which is controlled through greed and fear - advertising and the news. Sympathy can drain you while empathy can empower you. Empathy is a noun meaning having the ability to empathize - a verb, an action.

empathize: v. understand and share the feelings of another

Understanding is always important in my mind. Sympathy can be an understanding between people or a common feeling and the primary definition of sympathy is feelings of sorrow for another’s misfortune. To sympathize is to feel or express sympathy which appears directly linked to misfortune whereas empathy is understanding and sharing the feelings of another without any directed link or specific ties to misfortune or feelings of sadness or sorrow. Sharing joy is amazing!

A common feeling of pity, a shared understanding based on shared experiences - eugenics keeps popping into my mind, for some odd reason; a Darwinian selection of the fittest complete with a modern day fight or flight response: today’s refugees fleeing their homeland and armed nationals, men and boys, defending and protecting their homes and families from foreign invaders; sometimes even daring to retaliate!
p.491 Concise Tenth Edition Oxford Dictionary
eugenics: plural noun (treated as singular) the science of using controlled breeding to increase the occurrence of desirable heritable characteristics in a population eu + gen + ics

eu: Greek ‘well’
eus: Greek ‘good’
gen: Greek genes ‘born’ of a specified kind
Greek gignomai ‘be born, become’
gen: biblical reference to Genesis
ics: suffix (forming nouns) denoting a subject of study or a branch of knowledge or a field of activity: politics

I spy with my little eye… the truth always comes to light. Considering the fact that eugenics was the predecessor to the Nazi train of thought, I find this rather kind definition of such an evil way of thinking - eugenics - highly offensive, personally. I will be writing my next paper on the pioneering of eugenics in Canada during the early 1900’s, before(?) the Nazi’s even existed, trust.

p.592 Concise Tenth Edition Oxford Dictionary

genocide: n. the deliberate killing of a very large number of people from a particular ethnic group or nation

Political eugenic thinking enables today’s genocide of the Lebanese children, the Palestinian children, the Iraqi children and the babes of many other nations; think about it for just a minute. Genocide is not kind. Nations are made up of children and families of varying ethnic groups. Genocide is innately wrong.

Hitler anyone??? Tony… you are a war criminal - many times worse!

Is humanity still humane?
Does free speech still exist Mr. Oxford?
What is your secret, Mr. Perry Mason?

This enquiring mind wants to know… just trying to understand my roots.


Anti copyright Charity Sweet defining free speech as the right to express your opinions; my apologies to Pink Floyd and the other artists I have quoted a few lyrics from - my heart is in the right place; sincere gratitude to Mr. Doug Russong - Grade 10 English , Dartmouth High School, who taught me to understand poetry and the importance of the 5 w’s


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