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More Bad News... [Nov. 2nd, 2006|12:52 pm]
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[mood |numbnumb]

No More Fish
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Bad News [Nov. 2nd, 2006|12:34 pm]
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[mood |numbnumb]

The Siberian Thaw
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Coal Conversion [Apr. 28th, 2006|02:57 pm]
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[mood |angryangry]

After reading the information on this site, I am shocked at our government for allowing prices to rise so high at the pump. WTF, Washington?!
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The "Attack" attacks [Apr. 28th, 2006|02:48 pm]
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[Current Location |Bulgaria]
[mood |worriedworried]
[music |Tainted love - Merilyn Manson]

I've always had fear of groups, trying to command or rule people with any fanatic ,or unique out of practice ideas,that just make people go crazy with not a particular reason...
I do claim that, because of these times of changes my country and the others I use to live in ,are still passing through...
In a conversation someone said that never would like to go where the american citizens are not welcome...
Actually me too, I would be frighten to go where people or the Government are against me in an ethnic aspect, though I've never felt I belong to only one nation, and I don't separate people in nations, I mean I do separate them , but that could be only a positive trait, meeting people with different nationalities that just makes richer your experience.
How there comes out such groups, I really wonder
There is one named "Attack" in Bulgaria that is against everything and mostly everyone...
Bulgaria always been a tolerant country, and a good choice for those who has been chased or having ethnic problems. People here do respect the others religion, habits,etc.
And now this "Attack" party is provoking people's aggressiveness against everything, no matter good or bad, causing such a chaos. I really hope that is just they to gain popularity, because they are definitely new to compare to the others, but rather quickly speed up to the top ...
So they've got their success already about that...
Although here are huge floods, because Dounave river is out of its bed and several settlements and big towns in North Bulgaria are almost under the water, that "Attack" is still the main theme to be discussed...
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Ceili Music Online [Apr. 26th, 2006|09:44 pm]
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I found some good ceili stations online, and they are free! Ceili, for those of you who are not in the know, is traditional celtic music (sometimes sung in Gaelic). It is similar to Country and Western, but sometimes a lot faster (like rock and roll). It also gave birth to C&W, Bluegrass, and a lot of other styles. It is worth checking out. If you are interested, click here.
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The National Green Pages [Apr. 24th, 2006|08:04 am]
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[mood |awakeawake]

This is similar to a phonebook full of earth-friendly products, companies, and services. It costs about $7 US, has 248 pages, and is well worth the money.

If you are serious about going green, you will need the tools and information to empower you to do that. This publication is a good start in the right direction. You can find out more by clicking Here.
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Green Party Political Links [Apr. 23rd, 2006|10:18 pm]
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[mood |contentcontent]

I have just added some Green Party links to the Yahoo site. They are for global Green parties, so they should be good wherever you happen to be.
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Endangered Species Chocolate [Apr. 23rd, 2006|02:30 pm]
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[mood |creativecreative]

I am very fond of this product, and have probably bought upwards of 20 of their chocolate bars in the past year. (I had to try each of them at least once.) *grin*

While I was at the counter of the local co-op, the cashier saw my Bat Bar, and Black Panther Bar, and asked me if they were any good. I told her they were, and that I also liked the fact that part of the money I spend goes to help save wild animals. She said "yeah, a very small part."

I'm not sure how much goes to their wildlife fund, but you know, it sure beats buying chocolate at Wal-Mart. Here I am spending money on something that I like, and hopefully doing something good at the same time.

I think that money is more effective than voting. If it wasn't, there wouldn't be 10,000 lobbyists in Washinton DC. We need to think of our money as votes. We have to think about who we are buying goods from, and what will they do with our money? Maybe our currency isn't worth an ouce of gold anymore, like they used to be, but I still think we can stretch the power of our money.

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(no subject) [Apr. 22nd, 2006|10:27 pm]
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[mood |busybusy]
[music |The Promised Womb-Dead Can Dance]

On the subject of vegetables and such, I'm going to be planting my garden over the next few weeks. Mostly tomatoes, but carrots, herbs, radishes and potatoes as well. :) Yes, I like to grow my own veggies. I used to grow my own chickens too, once. To watch them sprout up from the ground, just little tufts of feathers at first...sigh!
Any little village charms/chants anyone might want to tell me, just to bring a little more growth for them? Not that I much need it, I already have a mutant garden...
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Peppermint Oil and Some of its Uses [Apr. 22nd, 2006|07:19 pm]
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[mood |blahblah]

One of the things I have found is that peppermint oil comes in very handy as an analgesic. I have used it for pain associated with fractures, tension headaches, and general achiness. Here's what some other people have to say about this herb:

D.J. Conway in 'Celtic Magic': Wild Mint (Mentha piperita, M. spicata, M. crispa). A Druid sacred herb. Poppets for healing and love can be stuffed with dried mint leaves. Added to inscences, it cleanses the house or ritual area.

John Lust in 'The Herb Book': Mint (Mentha peperita) [...] Properties and uses: Anodyne, antispasmodic, carminative, colagoge, refridgerant, stomachic, tonic. Peppermint tea or oil can be taken for nervousness, insomnia, cramps, coughs, migraine, poor digestion, heartburn, nausea, abdominal pains, and various problems such as headache and vomiting due to nervous causes. Peppermint tea also makes a good substitute for coffee or tea. In large quantities, peppermint is said to be an aphrodesiac. Externally, the leaves make a cooling and slightly anodyne application. They can also be made into a salve or a bath additive for itching skin conditions.

Scot Cunningham in 'Magical Herbalism': [...] inhale the fragrence of the crushed leaves if you have trouble falling asleep.
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