chemistry concept and much more on the basis of my view
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Read more of this description, (with a lot of links), at Mike Overson at Vimeo at class 253.
If YouTube can get away with being this unfair and illegal to me, (the 1), how much more could they do this to anybody else. It's like when I explained “Liberty and justice for all means no exceptions”, (in class L97 at Vimeo).
At 1 minute in this class 253 I show class^L97, (is also at 24 min in class 248 at Vimeo), as the first of three strikes that YouTube gave me as an excuse to close my account and take away my playlists. That's like the third strike when YouTube closed my account due to class^248 after I said to YouTube that it's been at Vimeo for over a month, (since 1-27-18), without any problems.
At 1 min I show the description of class 248 and how much the FBI and YouTube were trying to block me from making that class because they were defending how evil the church has become.
At 43 min I show YouTube closed my account on Good Friday 3-30 which is the number for “egg”. In class 99 (at 38 to 44 min at Vimeo), I compare “Wall Street laid an egg”, (at the Great Depression when the stock market crashed), to New York laid an egg again at the 9/11 disaster because Easter eggs were a prophecy that “the powers that be” would try to kill me so hard that it would cause the 9/11 disaster and cause Jesus to die of a broken heart on the cross.
The main point of telling that^Easter egg^story is YouTube and the church walked into a trap by taking away my YouTube playlists on Good Friday 3-30-18 because it was parallel to when fake men of God were so jealous of a real man of God, (Jesus), that they killed him out of envy. Now the church, the FBI and YouTube have told on themselves that they took away my YouTube playlists out of envy.
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Just enjoying the time at my fly home..
Just to think I will find something so relatable. I don’t know about others but I do this exactly, eat and try to stand my fat *ss up but can’t.
This is the only chick I have ever encountered that is interested to get on my lap and sit no matter how many times I put it down.
the match was 1/1 until last min we got a freekick and my players made it awesome and we got the 3 points
This one video perfectly describes me, my goals in life and the difficulties I have to go through to perform even the little things in life.
This video is about a dramatic experience that I had during and after the showing of Mel Gibson's controversial but highly rated Passion of the Christ movie. It has been 10 years since I have seen the movie, nevertheless, I thought it was worthwhile to share my movie going experience.
The situation might not be literally applied to me passing my exams but it really profoundly executes the situation I wanna describe.
Traffik – Codeblack Entertainment – Hidden Empire Films – Lionsgate – Director Deon Taylor – Producers Paula Patton, Deon Taylor & Roxanne Avent – Writer Deon Taylor
In the action-packed thriller Traffik, plans for a romantic weekend getaway at a secluded mountain estate turn to terror when Brea (Paula Patton), a hard-charging investigative reporter, and her boyfriend John (Omar Epps) accidentally discover the hidden world of a brutal biker gang. Joined unexpectedly by their friends Darren (Laz Alonso) and Malia (Roselyn Sanchez), the foursome is forced into a deadly fight for their lives against a ring of criminals who will stop at nothing to protect their secretive operation. The film is written and directed by Deon Taylor, and produced by Roxanne Avent, Paula Patton and Taylor. Codeblack Films, a division of Lionsgate, will release the film wide on April 20, 2018.
When filmmaker Deon Taylor conceived of Traffik he was confronting his own lack of knowledge about a threat that he had assumed happened elsewhere, but realized could happen anywhere: girls and women lured from the safety of their homes, from anywhere they feel comfortable, into forced sex slavery. “When I started researching human trafficking, I understood it’s a domestic problem, not just an international problem,” says Taylor. “Then, when I realized that 85 to 90 percent of the people who are trafficked in the US are inner city kids, my eyes were opened, and I started to think about how to write a story about this.”