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January 18, 2008


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Very nice article. I definitely love this site. Stick with it!

You can access your US Netflix account, or if you're signing up, you can get your 1 month free trial. To surpass Samsung, the world's second-largest TV maker Samsung, LG decided to enter the Japanese market has completely withdraw. In an intercultural setting, good communication requires not only the linguistic and sociolinguistic knowledge of the host language for interaction but also knowledge of the culture and cultural rules which contribute greatly to the content and the process of meaningful communicative interaction (Saville-Troike, 1989).

Your kid, I mean. Mine's smart too, but strange. Very, very strange.

By the way, she is very intelligent. You can tell by the amount of "features" she adds to her art people.

She's talented. And she doesn't seem macabre.

My weird child at age four drew something like stick people and such, and when I asked her to tell me about it, this is what she said:

Me: Who are they?
Weirdo Child: A mommy and her children.
Me: Oh ok. Dad? (I don't push "traditional family stuff on my kids, for the record).
WC: He's dead. He smoked.

I don't know where she came up with that!

Wow, Q's got amazing drawing skills. My almost 4yo just draws heads.

Poor George Harrison. Always the forgotten Beatle. It's John Lennon in the middle, right?

I LOVE the Beatles-esque drawing.

Off to check out the Re-run Bag.

Oh... I like the hair the 80's hair the rockers are sportin'. Kinda reminds me of Bananarama and that "Venus" video!

Am off to check these linkies.

Loving the re-run bag. It recycles so I don't have to.

Don't judge me.

She is quite the artist... I love that bag!

That's another drawing that should be on a t-shirt.

Ok, I had to click on the Lindsay link.

Heh, heh...

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