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De-Stress Naturally

In Communication, Griot, Self Improvement on September 29, 2010 at 11:23 pm

No. I’m not suggesting you take up weed consumption – I’m hinting at copulation. It’s good for you. Are you indulging in it as often as possible?

Well you very well should.
There’s nothing wrong with consuming the flower or enjoying the wood.

Between the consentually grownit’s beneficially good.
I’d definitely practice it more often – if I could.

The stress relieving benefits ABSOLUTELY can’t be beat.
Burning calories comes easy when generating internal heat.

PLUS the sprouting conclusion is FREE – yielding you both a glow and a renewed pep.
God doesn’t recommend Prozack as much as He might invoke you to naturally distress through sex.

I do love “the interactive connect”. I do love “the touch and play“,
I’m Qui
Living Stress-Free
and enjoying intimacy, (especially at the start of a new day).

Are you doing it?

LONE STAR Con Smarts

In Griot, Movies, TV Shows on September 28, 2010 at 8:50 am

LONE STAR Con Smarts

Yes sir – a sensational stir and Ooo Wee, Good Lawd – Merci!
I am enjoying the show that LONE STAR is panning out to be.

The biggest blows are always returned to the one that dealt it.
Peep pop tower on this exciting new show & how they tell it:

“Lone Star” (FOX TV show), formerly known as “Midland,” is a sophisticated and provocative drama about a con man who is juggling two wives and two very different lives. FOX’s “Lone Star” TV show is set against the backdrop of greed and corruption in the Texas oil and power industries. From Chris Keyser and Amy Lippman (“Party of Five”), writer Kyle Killen and directed by Marc Webb (“(500) Days of Summer”), the compelling series stars newcomer James Wolk as Robert Allen, a charismatic and brilliant schemer who has entangled himself in a deep, complex web from which he can’t break free. In FOX’s “Lone Star” TV series, he’s caught between two very different women.

The “Lone Star” cast also includes Adrianne Palicki (“Friday Night Lights”) as Cat, Eloise Mumford (“Crash”) as Lindsay, Jon Voight as Clint, Mark Deklin as Trammell, (“The Ex List”), David Keith (“The Class”) as John Allen, Hannah Leigh Dworkin (“The Suite Life of Zack & Cody”) as Grace, and Bryce Johnson (“Doctor Strange”) as Drew.

The “Lone Star” TV show is produced by 20th Century Fox Television. “Lone Star” (FOX TV show) was created by Kyle Killen. The executive produces of FOX’s “Lone Star” TV series are Kyle Killen, Amy Lippman, Chris Keyser, Chris Weitz, Kerry Kohansky Roberts and Paul Weitz. Marc Webb and Bill Gierhart directed the pilot for FOX’s “Lone Star” TV series.

..and to think the writer & creator [Kyle Killen] is a literal popular unknown,
whose recent writes can’t seem to go wrong. He’s quite telling of “The Lone”.

It’s titaliting, tasty, provactive, revealing and thrilling,
I’m Qui

And a little Texas dirt, can sometimes be quite healing
That is of course if “the rush” — is something you’re into feeling…
I love it!

LONE STAR brodcasts Monday nights @ 9/8c

0-2, 2-0 HUT! HUT!

In Griot, Sports on September 26, 2010 at 2:27 pm
The Cowboys SPANKED The Texans 9.26.10

The Cowboys SPANKED The Texans 9.26.10

The Cowboys mounted up today to play again
over at the neighbors houseThe Houston Texans.

It was a slow begin, but then The Cowboys did score
At least 10 solid points before hitting the half time door.

Marion Barber & Jason Whitten did what ever they could
To run and protect the ball, like a good Cowboy should.

We really need a win, (said the Cowboy Lover in me)
So I buckled down and prayed all through quarter 3.

Then Cowboys: Mike Jenkins #21 intercepted a Texan ball
allowing Romo, Byrant and Williams to make another TOUCHDOWN CALL.

Cowboys #51 Keith Brooking couldn’t let the Texans offensive ‘Shot Gun’ call go –
So he tackled the quarterback (a real pretty sack) & let the Texans punt it fro.

With 10 minutes left in the 4th quarter Roy Williams does it again
TOUCHDOWN for the COWBOYS & I’m dancing towards a WIN!

#41 Terence Newman recovers the ball when Texans #23 Foster fumbled
And on the field The Cowboys yeild our first win — of which I’m humbled.

It was long coming and felt so good to be recieving,
I’m Qui
feeling good about The Cowboys Win they made it look so easy.

Cowboys 27 – Texans 13