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  • lczarnik 21:58 on February 26, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Mirrors on quiet waters 

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    From: Ralph & BA 
    Date: 27 February 2013 06:53
    Subject: Fw: Fwd: Mirrors on quiet waters

    Enjoy this email.  I've watched it several times.

  • lczarnik 21:52 on February 26, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Geisha Girls………..BEAUTIFUL ! A MUST WATCH 

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    From: Ralph & BA 
    Date: 27 February 2013 06:45
    Subject: Fw: Geisha Girls………..BEAUTIFUL ! A MUST WATCH

    You won't believe this…scroll to bottom.

    This is more than absolutely amazing.
    Actually, this flawless production is

    impossible –so I thought before "seeing is believing"!

    Be sure to watch the last minute or so. Just outstanding.
    Outstandingly awesome and MUST give lot of credence
    to practice, perseverance and patience

    This is absolutely amazing ! 

    Click here:

  • lczarnik 20:37 on February 25, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Geography of a woman and a man 

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    From: Ralph & BA 
    Date: 26 February 2013 03:36
    Subject: Fw: Geography of a woman and a man

    Just in case youhaven't seen this before.  BA 
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    Subject: Fw: Geography
          of a woman and a man

    The Geography of a Woman



    Between 18 and 22, a
                woman is like Africa . Half discovered, half wild, fertile and naturally Beautiful!



    Between 23 and 30, a
                woman is like Europe. Well developed and open to trade, especially for someone of real value.



    Between 31 and 35, a
                woman is like Spain, very hot, relaxed and convinced of her own beauty.



    Between 36 and 40, a
                woman is like Greece, gently aging but still a warm and desirable place to visit.



    Between 41 and 50, a
                woman is like Great Britain, with a glorious and all conquering past.



    Between 51 and 60, a
                woman is like Israel, has been through war, doesn't make the same mistakes twice, takes care of business.



    Between 61 and 70, a
                woman is like Canada, self-preserving, but open to meeting new people.



    After 70, she becomes Tibet .

    Wildly beautiful, with a mysterious past and the wisdom of the ages.
    An adventurous spirit and a thirst for spiritual             knowledge.






    Between 1 and 80, a man is like Iran ,
    ruled by a pair of nuts.

    THE END.

  • lczarnik 20:34 on February 25, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Outspoken Animals 

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    From: Ralph & BA 
    Date: 26 February 2013 03:29
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    Outspoken Animals
     Outspoken Animals



    I hate it when he plays "Mount Everest."






    Menopause sucks.






    Who the heck is "Sugar Lips?"






    Those Brownies were Far Out!!







    Whoo-o loves ya, Baby?







    NO!, We Don't want any Magazine Subscriptions!







    There's a ringer competing in the Hogtown Olympics.







    I'm not Over-Weight, I'm Under-Tall!!







    You do have an odd perspective on things.







    Lunchtime at the Corncob Cafe.







    Okay, I caught him, now what do I do with him?








    Those car keys are around here somewhere…







    Your jokes are so Baa-ad!








    I hate this game. 







    Flight 'Hum-One' coming in for a landing.







    Hi, I'm Celeste, I'll be your Aura-Concierge today.







    Just act natural and blend in.







    Where's my Coffee?




  • lczarnik 03:33 on February 25, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Koncert / Concert in Glass 

    WOW, yes it is amazing.  Thanks for following up.

    Now posted on http://czarnik-life.posterous.com/ where it won't get lost and shared by a wider audience.


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    From: Aldona
    Date: 25 February 2013 11:46
    Subject: Fwd: Fw: Fwd: Koncert / Concert in Glass
    To: Czarnik@compuserve.com


    Scroll all the way down and click on the goblet.
    Enjoy the music. I hope it works this time.

    From: Janusz
    Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 7:38:29 PM

    Subject: Fw: Koncert / Concert in Glass

    "szklany koncert".  Kliknkij na kieliszek ponizej.

    Concert in Glass……… 
    Click on the goblet and enjoy…


  • lczarnik 20:01 on February 24, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Vodka anyone? 

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    From: Ralph & BA 
    Date: 25 February 2013 05:38
    Subject: Fw: Vodka anyone?

    Begin forwarded message:

    This video came
                          from a friend who received it from his friend who received
                          it from his son in Australia . The video appears to be
                          taped somewhere in Russia . Interesting how Internet
                          content can be truly global.

    This a fantastic act so don't
                          miss it!

    Want a good Vodka drink? Watch
                          this! –

                                  look like he spills a drop!!!!

    I need to have this guy at our next

  • lczarnik 19:59 on February 24, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Bear Counting In Canada (Don’t Miss This One) 

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    From: Ralph & BA 
    Date: 25 February 2013 05:28
    Subject: Bear Counting In Canada (Don't Miss This One)


    Subject: Bear Counting In Canada (Don't Miss This One)
    Turn up the sound, this guy is clever.

    What a great sense of humor this guy has – ya got to watch this!

    Bear Counting in Canada This is wonderful and the audio is hilarious!

    Enjoy. (The link to this is at the bottom of the page.

    The park is named after the Algonquin Indians.)

    This clip is great for animal lovers and young children — Momma Bear
    and her three very young cubs in the wild of northern Ontario ,
    Canada . Humane wildlife experts taking a winter bear census right in
    the hibernation dens.

    You'll love this, besides the cute precious 6 week old baby bears
    (eyes still closed) the guy (Rick Mercer) has some of the funniest
    lines. This is a special video ofretagginga mommy bear.

    CLICK HERE…http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=vJRDpTUIrJI&vq=medium

  • lczarnik 15:46 on February 24, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Some thoughts for the day…… 

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    From: Ralph & BA 
    Date: 3 February 2013 02:00
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  • lczarnik 22:27 on February 23, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    The Creator’s Camel- very interesting! 

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    From: Ralph & BA 
    Date: 24 February 2013 04:06
    Subject: Fw: Fwd: The Creator's Camel- very interesting!

    This is one of the most fascinating things I've read about an animal,
    You will be utterly amazed. I hope you take the time to read it. 

    The Amazing Camel

    Meet the Very Technical, Highly Engineered Dromedary Camel.


    When I'm hungry, I'll eat almost anything-
    a leather bridle, a piece of rope, my master's tent,
    or a pair of shoes.

    My mouth is so tough a thorny cactus doesn't bother it.
    I love to chow down grass and other plants
    that grow here on the Arabian desert.

    I'm a dromedary camel, the one-hump kind
    that lives on hot deserts in the Middle East.

    My hump, all eighty pounds of it,
    is filled with fat-my body fuel — not water as some people believe.
    My Mighty Maker gave it to me because
    He knew I wouldn't always be able to find food

    As I travel across the hot sands.
    When I don't find any chow, my body automatically
    takes fat from the hump, feeds my system,
    and keeps me going strong.
    This is my emergency food supply.



    If I can't find any plants to munch, my body uses up my hump.
    When the hump gets smaller, it starts to tip to one side.
    But when I get to a nice oasis and begin to eat again,
    my hump soon builds back to normal.

    I've been known to drink twenty-seven gallons of water in ten minutes.
    My Master Designer made me in such a fantastic way that
    in a matter of minutes all the water I've swallowed
    travels to the billions of microscopic cells that make up my flesh.


    Naturally, the water I swallow first goes into my stomach.
    There thirsty blood vessels absorb and carry it to every part of my body.
    Scientists have tested my stomach and found it empty
    ten minutes after I've drunk twenty gallons.
    In an eight hour day, I can carry a four hundred pound load
    a hundred miles across a hot, dry desert
    and not stop once for a drink or something to eat.

    In fact, I've been known to go eight days without a drink.
    But then I look like a wreck.
    I lose 227 pounds, my ribs show through my skin,
    and I look terribly skinny.

    But I feel great!
    I look thin because the billions of cells lose their water.
    They're no longer fat.
    They're flat.




    Normally my blood contains 94 percent water, just like yours.
    But when I can't find any water to drink,
    the heat of the sun gradually robs a little water out of my blood.
    Scientists have found that
    my blood can lose up to 40 percent of its water,
    and I'm still healthy.
    Doctors say human blood has to stay very close to 94 percent water.
    If you lose 5 percent of it, you can't see anymore;
    10 percent, you can't hear and you go insane;
    12 percent, your blood is as thick as molasses
    and your heart can't pump the thick stuff.
    It stops, and you're dead.

    But that's not true with me.
    Scientists say my blood is different.
    My red cells are elongated.
    Yours are round.
    Maybe that's what makes the difference

    This proves I'm designed for the desert,
    Or the desert is designed for me.
    Did you ever hear of a design without a Designer.

    After I find a water hole,
    I'll drink for about ten minutes
    And my skinny body starts to change almost immediately.
    In that short time my body fills out nicely,
    I don't look skinny anymore,
    And I gain back the 227 pounds I lost.



    Even though I lose a lot of water on the desert,
    My body conserves it too.
    Way in the beginning when my Intelligent Engineer made me,
    He gave me a specially designed nose that saves water.
    When I exhale, I don't lose much.
    My nose traps that warm, moist air from my lungs
    And absorbs it in my nasal membranes.



    Tiny blood vessels in those membranes take that back into my blood.
    How's that for a recycling system? Pretty cool, isn't it.
    It works because my nose is cool.
    My cool nose changes that warm moisture in the air
    from my lungs into water.
    But how does my nose get cool?
    I breath in hot dry desert air,
    and it goes through my wet nasal passages.
    This produces a cooling effect, and my nose stays as much as
    18 degrees cooler than the rest of my body.
    I love to travel the beautiful sand dunes.
    It's really quite easy, because
    My Creator gave me specially engineered sand shoes for feet.
    My hooves are wide, and they get even wider when I step on them.
    Each foot has two long, bony toes
    with tough, leathery skin between my soles,
    My feet are a little like webbed feet.



    They won't let me sink into the soft, drifting sand.
    This is good, because often my master wants me to carry him
    one hundred miles across the desert in just one day.
    (I troop about ten miles per hour.)

    Sometimes a big windstorm comes out of nowhere,
    bringing flying sand with it.
    My Master Designer put special muscles in my nostrils
    that close the openings, keeping sand out of my nose
    but still allowing me enough air to breathe.

    My eyelashes arch down over my eyes like screens,
    keeping the sand and sun out but still letting me see clearly.
    If a grain of sand slips through and gets in my eye,
    the Creator took care of that too.
    He gave me an inner eyelid that automatically
    wipes the sand off my eyeball just like a windshield wiper.

    Some people think I'm conceited because I always walk around
    with my head held high and my nose in the air.
    But that's just because of the way I'm made.
    My eyebrows are so thick and bushy
    I have to hold my head high to peek out from underneath them.
    I'm glad I have them though.
    They shade my eyes from the bright sun.



    Desert people depend on me for many things.
    Not only am I their best form of transportation,
    but I'm also their grocery store.
    Mrs. Camel gives very rich milk
    that people make into butter and cheese.

    I shed my thick fur coat once a year,
    and that can be woven into cloth.

    A few young camels are used for beef,
    but I don't like to talk about that.

    For a long time we camels have been called
    the "ships of the desert" because of the way
    we sway from side to side when we trot.
    Some of our riders get seasick.

    I sway from side to side because of the way my legs work.
    Both legs on one side move forward at the same time,
    elevating that side.
    My "left, right left, right" motion makes my rider feel like
    he is in a rocking chair going sideways.



    When I was six months old,
    Special knee pads started to grow on my front legs.
    The Intelligent Creator knew I had to have them.
    They help me lower my 1000 pounds to the ground.



    If I didn't have them,
    My knees would soon become sore and infected,
    and I could never lie down.
    I'd die of exhaustion.



    By the way,
    I don't get thick knee pads because I fall on my knees.
    I fall on my knees because I already have these tough pads.
    Someone very Great thought of me and knew I needed them.
    He designed them into my genes.
    It's real difficult for me to understand . . .
    How some people say I evolved into what I now am.
    a very technical, highly engineered dromedary camel.

    Things like me don't just happen.




  • lczarnik 22:01 on February 23, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Amazing World Photos! 

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    From: Ralph & BA 
    Date: 24 February 2013 04:17
    Subject: Fw: Amazing World Photos!

    The best part – they have captions of where
    they were taken.  BA

    Amazing World Photos!

    Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia

    Hubei, China

    Santorini, Greece


    Benteng Chittorgarh, India

    Marble Caves, Chile

    Alesund, Norway

    Skaftafeli, Iceland (under side of a glacier)

    Palm Island, Dubai (first ever man-made island)

    Fifa Stadium in Qatar

    The Pearl Waterfall, Jiuzhaigou Valley, China

    Mount Roraima, Venezuela

    Boracay Island, Philippines

    The Moses Bridge, Netherlands

    Jordan, Petra

    Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

    Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

    Poseidon Undersea Resort, Fiji ($15,000 a week stay)

    Ubud Hanging Gardens, Bali, Indonesia

    Monticello Dam, Napa County, California

    Gipslend Lake, Australia (chemical reaction called bioluminescence turns the water fluorescent blue)

    Sameba Cathedral, Georgia, Tbilisi

    Songjiang Hotel, China

    Tianmen Mountain, Chunan Province, China

    Bora Bora, French Polynesia

    Meteora, Greece

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