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  • Dark-Star

    Dark-Star

    March 10, 2015, 6:24 pm

    >A lot of the conservatives I've known have done nothing but swill beer, talk about nascar or college football, and get subsidies from the government to maintain fallow fields.

    No offense, but where do you live? That sounds an awful lot like the dopey stereotype of 'conservatives'. (just as silly as some of the stuff I hear thrown about that 'liberals' are supposed to be like)

    But the rest I agree with you 100%. Throughout the ages there has been a class of 'nobles' who ruled the roost, squashed the competition and often really *weren't* very noble. They've just taken a different form now.

    edit: Also, about the 'fallow fields' bit - that is farm subsidy abuse, but for some that's the only way they can make money off their land. With all the agribusinesses around it's getting insanely hard to make a living as a farmer.

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  • lukey

    lukey

    March 10, 2015, 6:24 am

    > You can start by doing freelance for local papers

    This seems to be almost completely over. Most local papers have zero budget for photos -- there's just no extra money. All photos need to come from the staffers. A friend of mine was offered $30 freelance for an exclusive photo they used for the full front cover (huge building fire). He never received the money.

    I know of one very aggressive individual who freelanced into a newspaper in recent years, but these are very low-paying jobs these days. And the equipment allowance is so limited that I've been on shoots and had the pro newspaper guys borrowing my lenses.

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  • fubo

    fubo

    March 10, 2015, 2:40 pm

    Clearly you mean that our purpose was "Drive that way! Fast! Regardless of whether someone is there, or a meteorite is about to fall out of the sky onto that spot, or a gas main is about to explode right there, or the dump-truck ahead is about to have a latch failure and drop a load of manure ..."

    There are an unbounded number of possible things that could interfere with our *actual intention*, which is to "drive that way, fast" or some such. The falling meteorite, exploding gas main, or latch failure are unexpected and unintended -- purposeless and senseless -- and yet they are clearly *causes* of an accident. We do not regard it as reckless to drive without reckoning the possibility of meteorites, explosions, or catastrophic equipment breakdowns on the part of other vehicles.

    It is silly to claim that a finite human mind actually contemplates and willfully disregards *all* of these and other random possibilities (rain of frogs! earthquake! freak hailstorm!), as your formulation would require. Rather, sometimes accidents (purposeless events) *do* happen, events that are not contemplated and chosen by any mind whatsoever.

    You can use the word "purpose" for what most people call "cause", and use some other word like "intention" or "deliberation" for what most people call "purpose", but that's just playing with language.

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  • joebleaux

    joebleaux

    March 11, 2015, 7:55 am

    In college they were filming the new Dukes of Hazzard movie on my school's campus. Over the course of the filming I met most of the cast of that movie, in addition to Chris Pontius, Manny Puig, and Weeman. My buddy smoked pot in a van with Pontius. Most of them were pretty cool with the exception of Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey. They were fairly douchey. I poured a drink in Nick Lachey's pants at a club downtown once during that time as well.

    Oh, and Jay Chandrashekar came into the office I worked in on campus a few times during that time too.

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  • seekret

    seekret

    March 11, 2015, 9:08 am

    Not all families believe that just because you are legally an adult you should leave the house. When I was 18 I left my house and moved to a different state for 2 years, when I was 20 I moved back into my moms house and started school, 3 years later I'm still living at home. Her only regret is that I left in the first place because we didn't see each other for two years. If I have kids they can live under my roof as long as they want, sure I will charge them rent if they aren't in school or if they already finished school but that's just to cover the cost of them living their.

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  • jebby

    jebby

    March 11, 2015, 8:02 am

    I hate menstruation, but I hate the shame and embarrassment I feel about a natural process in my body even more. I cannot control my menstruation or get rid of it (without worrying about hormonal side effects), but I can control the way I respond to it.

    I used to be embarrassed about buying feminine products or asking a friend for a tampon when in unexpected need. But I've recently chided myself for feeling that way - how horrible is it that I'm embarrassed about something that is a natural part of my body!

    I'm not an activist, but I would probably confront someone (using the same argument above) who told me (through words or actions) that I should be embarrassed or ashamed of menstruation.

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  • mijj

    mijj

    March 11, 2015, 3:16 am

    >if there is one reason why everything works in France as it should (postal service, social security, railways) it's because it's in the hands of the government.

    actually, i was making that very point, but i was trying to do it in a sort of sarcastic witty way .. i failed 8-(

    i regularly see people who treat capitalism as religion and who ignore the benefits of government control, even when it has superior results. (Healthcare being a prime example.)

    by saying "So, despite the French getting it right, they were wrong to do so." i was trying to parody the ridiculous reasoning of the fantatical capitalist.

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  • Stubb

    Stubb

    March 11, 2015, 9:08 am

    I recall having had similar thoughts regarding photography back in high school. They lasted until I looked up typical salaries for photographers and electrical engineers. These days, I do enough second-shooter wedding work to make photography a self-funding hobby, but there's no way I'd trade places with any of the pros I know.

    My wife occasionally gets asked if her husband is a professional photographer by friends that have seen my prints or online images. Her usual response is that we likely couldn't afford to take the vacations where those pictures were made if I was.

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  • youngnanny

    youngnanny

    March 11, 2015, 6:06 am

    At first -VERY awkward. It was like being in someone's house you've never been in before, only you are in charge. I kind of just did what I remembered my mom doing as a child. The parents weren't very helpful, but always very nice. I think they were the kind of parents who thought they were "supposed to have kids" and then didn't know what to do with them.

    The kids were extremely sweet, for the most part. At first, they really didn't want much to do with me. But, considering I was spending my entire day/week there, they warmed up really quickly (like, were excited to see me by the end of the week).

    Kids are kids, they definitely had moments where I was entirely frustrated or incredibly embarrassed (don't shoot moms dirty looks when someone's throwing a temper tantrum in the park because THEY WANNA STAY!!!11!!!1).

    After a few months, it was actually really fun. As creepy as it may sound, it was like I was their mommy. It was fun to play that role, without having to do things like pay for their college or give birth to them. Then when years past, it's just like being in a family, watching them grow and learn (and usually being more excited to see me than mom/dad).

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 11, 2015, 1:16 am

    I completely average night would be my expected hourly rate (right now around $175/hour) times the number of hours played. Not to sound drab, but that's how I approach this job, statistically.

    My average night is up or down a few thousand. Occasionally I hit the extreme ends and have a great night or a crushing defeat. And in between it's all over the place. just the other night I lost $3500 in one shoe only to win it all back the next. Emotional roller coaster.

    So some sessions are winners, others losers, but over time I am a winner (just like over time a casino is a winner). Small advantage goes a long way.

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  • LWRellim

    LWRellim

    March 10, 2015, 7:30 am

    To me the whole walk/run thingee is dishonest versus a simple request for a donation.

    I mean either the person is either:

    a) soliciting a "straight" donation on an honest basis (as in "I'll be able to run/walk 10 miles -- so price what you feel you can donate accordingly." -- and then they actually run/walk THAT distance)

    OR

    b) they are trying to "coerce" a larger donation (by letting you think they'll only run/walk 10 miles, but are intending on doing 30 miles -- thus "extorting" 3x the donation from the supporters).

    To me the whole "walking/running" part doesn't add anything to the equation UNLESS what is being done is "b)" -- and that's one reason why I always refuse to do those things. Instead I tell them that if they would request a simple straight-forward donation, I'll reconsider.

    Same goes with all of the "fundraiser" thingees for pizza, candy, etc. There's too much "fraud" and (in the case of the fundraisers too much "profit" and use of child-slave-labor) involved. I'd rather see the kids do actual "work" (car washes, etc) OR just come out and ask for a small donation. (Heck you have to buy $20 worth of pizza/candy for the org to end up with $1 at the local level anyway -- $15 goes to the pizza/candy company, and $4 goes to the "national" organization; I'd rather hand the kid a buck straight out.)

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  • epicsexmetalquestwin

    epicsexmetalquestwin

    March 10, 2015, 9:21 am

    Look, clearly you feel strongly about the number 1. Passion and dedication are nice, awesome life qualities.

    Yes, mathematics yield little to nothing as a matter of opinion. I agree with this when it comes to things that follow simple procedures like 1+1=2. There is no opinion on the matter. It is what it is. High-fives all around.

    Let me ask you this: what would be your logical answer to 10^0? Ten times itself zero times? Can anybody tell me what 10 times itself zero times is? We accept 1 as the answer because of **mathematical convention**; simply, we agree to it because it makes math **convenient**. 10^2 is 100, 10^1 is ten, we will make 10^0 equal 1! Fuck me, I will say this definitively, as **my opinion**, 0.333... times 3 equals to 1 and only 1.

    It is a third.

    A third or what?

    **Fucking 1, that's what**

    The real difference is that between me any seemingly everyone here is that I think 0.999... does not add up to one. It comes *infinitesimally close*, but it is not 1. If it were exactly the same, why do we not use 0.999... interchangeably. Why do we bother with the existence of 0.999... if it is 1? Why do we distinguish the two? Does every number equate to the number infinitesimally adjacent to it?

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  • purplecrackers

    purplecrackers

    March 11, 2015, 12:38 am

    "I like how society places zero pressure whatsoever on women to perform well in bed"

    I take it you've never opened a Cosmo once in your life. At least 1/4 of the content of those things is about being good in bed and decoding his sleeping position to find out his biggest sexual fantasy. (Guys who sleep in the fetal position love missionary because it's comforting! If your guy sleeps on his stomach, he's a wild child who likes all sorts of kinky shit! SCIENCE!)

    I agree that the post is too much, though. I mean, what's the point? If she'd been 1/10 as honest during the 'date', it probably would've turned out much better. I can see not wanting to say anything in case it hurts his feelings, but I doubt it'll hurt him any less to see it published on the internet for all to see. If she just wanted to vent, it should've stayed in her diary.

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  • HaMMeReD

    HaMMeReD

    March 10, 2015, 6:12 pm

    When I was younger, my parent's accidentally left about 10lb's of hamburger meat outside of the freezer then went on vacation.

    That was the worst smell I've ever experienced, and it was a complete mystery to me. The scent was so strong all over the house that I couldn't localize it to more then 20m, then had to go through everything in the area before finding the box full of rotten meat.

    I can't even begin to imagine what 44 Tons after several years smells like. The stuff still goes bad in the freezer after a year. This must set of some record of most putrid smell ever.

    Edit: Also, I think the best solution in this case would be to burn it all, it's not like the building will ever be habitable again.

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  • sheep1e

    sheep1e

    March 10, 2015, 1:31 pm

    To prove that your religious beliefs are irrational, we'd need to examine those specific beliefs. In my experience, religious beliefs that include a belief in the existence of a deity, as something other than a metaphor, are invariably irrational. This is typically the result of the unwillingness of the believer to apply rationality to all aspects of their belief. One of the most common ways they achieve this is by some variety of special pleading - in its most extreme form, introducing their deity via an unquestionable axiom, as with Plantinga's claim that belief in a deity is "properly basic".

    > Clearly I could be wrong with my conclusion - but irrational?

    It may not be purposely irrational, but it is irrational in the sense that the conclusion is based on elements that cannot be rationally supported.

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  • theantirobot

    theantirobot

    March 10, 2015, 10:47 pm

    Without the ability to deny on pre-existing existing conditions, the service they provide is not insurance. Insurance is meant to manage risk. You cant buy home owner's insurance as your house is burning down and expect them to buy you a new house.

    I saw at least one example here on reddit of a group of doctors providing unlimited service for a fixed monthly fee, but they were shut down by the government because according to some law, payed for by insurance companies, the service they were offering was considered insurance, and they didn't have permission from the government offer it.

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  • apriloneil

    apriloneil

    March 10, 2015, 10:53 pm

    I'll never forget this phone call I got from my mum.

    "I've hit a man driving home and I think I've killed him."

    I drive out to the scene, about a minute up the road from our house. It's dark, and I can see the ambulance and police lights from the corner. Fuck. It wasn't just my mum's twisted sense of humour.

    An officer approaches me and he takes up to where my mum is with the paramedics. In order to get there, I have to walk past my mum's car and the dead body under the sheet. I can see the top of his head. It's soaked in blood, and the contours of the body under the sheet suggest the body is pretty badly mangled.

    The windscreen of the car is completely smashed in, and the broken wipers are erratically flipping back and forth at odd angles. I don't know how exactly it happened, but it appears the man was flung up and hit the back windshield as well. There is more blood than I have ever seen in my life throughout the back seat.

    My mum gets checked out in emergency and comes home. She's taking it all a little bit too well for my liking. Over a year later, I talk to her about that night. She tells me that while she's now come to terms with it, that night she had a nightmare, where she saw him in the mirrors next to her bed, scratching and clawing and covered in blood, trying to get out.

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  • oconostota

    oconostota

    March 10, 2015, 4:48 pm

    I'm not offended and I hope your not either. I have a lot of relatives in North Florida and this is the lifestyle above some of them maintain.

    But mostly what I wanted to show was that I'm wrong about those men that I label in the way that I do. I know that I am. But I can't help but see the labels especially when I am angry.

    It is all silly though. Just as you say it is. Especially since the liberals are the ones who think they are so smart. But the day after the food deliveries to the various cities they live in stops they will be on their way to riots and cannibalism while the rural folk plant the next harvest.

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  • Hawksan

    Hawksan

    March 11, 2015, 7:32 am

    I used to work as a commis chef in a fairly posh rural pub in Southern England. We finished work one night, grabbed a couple of beers then went upstairs to the staff quarters to chill out. We're just sitting/standing around when one of the guys shouts "What the f*#k's going on out there?". We all look out of the window and there's a small bonfire in the middle of some scrubland at the back of the pub. The weird thing was was that there were three people, all wearing dark hooded cloaks, dancing around it. They were all facing towards the fire and every few seconds they'd crouch down and jump up again, only for the fire to jump up with them. Presumably one of them was throwing an accelerant onto it. Whatever was happening it looked creepy.

    After a while one of us decides to get a camera and try and get some pictures but just as he's zooming in, all the cloaked guys stop dead and turn in unison so that they're all staring straight at us. We can't see their faces but they're clearly not happy. We pretty much dropped to the floor there and then and killed the lights. Eventually, we decided it was probably best just to draw the curtains and hope they went away. We never did find out what was going on.

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  • citizenmouse

    citizenmouse

    March 10, 2015, 8:27 am

    So now can't think for themselves and their entire thought pattern is easily distorted by the evil feminist agenda? Bravo! You really are *quite* the men's rights activist, aren't you?

    No, its more likely that they were influenced by the idea that men are supposed to be strong and dominating and powerful. Which is, I might add, a very traditional patriarchial stereotype. Because men are supposed to be so strong, dominating, and poweful, they can't be the victims of abuse or sexual assault, or so the line of thought goes.

    But you are too caught up in your own agenda to approach this idea rationally. It is apparent to me, that somewhere along the line, a woman hurt you very badly and you still can't find the strength to cope with it. So you decide to lash out and demonize everyone with a double-X chromosome, a pair of tits, and a vagina.

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  • TheFarRight

    TheFarRight

    March 10, 2015, 6:15 am

    I once had a dream in which after quitting a supermarket job I walk out into the parking lot to find my mom waiting in my car to pick me up. We are driving through the parking lot to the exit when I see a green four door sedan that looks like it has just been struck by another car but it is slowly turning around three hundred and sixty degrees where I catch a glimpse of the most detailed dead man I have ever seen hunched over on his steering wheel and a black figure sitting upright in the passenger seat. I wake up in a cold sweat and tell people it is an omen, no one believes me, I do not even believe myself.

    Three months later my mom witnesses a guy in the same parking lot have a seizure, his green four door sedan goes flying over a guard rail into a lower adjacent parking lot, the man dies but the paramedics arrive quickly enough to bring him back to life.

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  • yuurei

    yuurei

    March 10, 2015, 7:21 pm

    IZO is violent but nowhere near as bad as either Audition or Ichi the Killer (possibly one of the most violent films I've ever seen). It has a lot of people getting killed but the graphic nature is toned down (which surprised me, considering it's Miike). If nothing else you should give at least the first fifteen minutes a try. The concept is interesting as are a lot of the visuals but it eventually degrades into a lot of senseless violence. Which may have been the point. You never know with Miike.

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  • smellycoat

    smellycoat

    March 10, 2015, 8:51 am

    I think we're genetically predisposed to finding patterns, and assigning meaning. Even when sometimes there is none. This leads to superstitions (ie, perceived patterns of cause and effect). Sometimes they turn out to have a basis in reality (eg, medicinal herbs), sometimes not (eg, homeopathy, "crystal therapy", witch burning, etc).

    Look at all the bizarre superstitions (and let's face it, that's all religion is) around the world. Some of which have have developed several times in completely isolated cultures.

    Look at all the extra effort scientists go to bypass their own flawed perception and create data that can be proven mathematically to be significant.

    We as a species definitely have a problem with seeing patterns where none exist.

    Edit: (to answer the second part of your question), identifying patterns is *really* important to us. That's how we progress scientifically and technologically. It's how farming developed, how we became decent hunters (despite being )

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  • DT7

    DT7

    March 10, 2015, 11:15 am

    A good idea, caution is always smart.

    While there may be many cops who don't like it, in my experience every school has a different unofficial protocol on where its OK to smoke. At my school, cops don't care about smoking in the room (even if they smell it from outside the building) unless an RA calls them, which happened to me. The cops told me to stop smoking in my room so they wouldn't be called again, and instead either take a drive (yeah, they really said that) or take a walk by the canal behind the building. They never bother people by the canal, although they occasionally check it to make sure no is being murdered or something.

    I'm betting if the smell is as a strong as you say, the people inside have already figured out their RAs don't care.

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  • professionalstudent

    professionalstudent

    March 11, 2015, 7:06 am

    Your essay lacks objective support for your thesis. It is also not clear what end you are seeking. When I began to read your essay I thought you were going to make an argument against opinion based reporting, then you pull a 180 and conclude it is impossible to report the news objectively because viewers are bound to form their own opinions anyway (you cannot logically reach that conclusion from the evidence you supply). I like your topic, it has a lot of potential, but your essay needs some work. This seems to be an attempt at persuasive writing, instead of rambling about why you think the news is bias, attempt to predict the strongest arguments someone with an opposing view might present to you. Preemptively discredit these (as best you can) with concrete evidence (for example: A racist quote from Rush Limbaugh). Focus on flow, and logical cohesion. By that I mean, make sure a premise you present clearly supports the conclusion you wish to make. Simple well thought out sentences present your argument in a crystal clear manner.

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  • ohell

    ohell

    March 11, 2015, 3:22 am

    Right, fwitw, I have always felt that one should always vote for the party you like, even in a first past the post system, like in the UK.

    The reason is that your vote is a signal that you are supporting the policies espoused by a party. So, even if lib-dems are unlikely to win, but assuming they get their vote share increased significantly, the party in power knows that lib dem policies have become more popular. Which would be a consideration in how they prioritise the policies to implement.

    So, in my way of thinking, there is no wasted vote - it is just a fiction propagated by the established front-runners since it makes things easier for them.

    I would also apply similar reasoning to argue that voting is always better than abstaining, unless there is not a single policy on any party's agenda that you like.

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