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April 26, 2006 11:26
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Safra: For my father This is for my father. The man who is WAY ahead of his time, and therefore not appreciated for what he should be (not even close)! Abba, I never tell you just how amazing I think you are. You are the only person I know who has never given up, even when all of the odds are stacked completely against you. Ha, you take that adversity, and turn it into a challenge! Your patience with your family could top the Dalai Lama. We constantly push you, and when you can go no further, you grab a set of bungee cords! In my entire life, I have never met a man with a will as strong as yours. You are always OK, no matter how badly life is going for you! The Mosquito Ninja: Sellasie Staring blankly at computer screens. The blinking lights of a modem. The stale smell of cold instant coffee. Scattered papers, empty pens, and vibrating cell phones. Finals time is upon us and this is my sanctuary. Tzely: A bad day After all the holiday we had, after all the wine we drank, the celebrations came to an end. Today, it was the beginning of a new day. Today I woke up with this funny feeling and strange mood. The kind of presentiment where you know that something is going to happen, something good or bad, but a thing. Personally, I get irritated when I get this odd feeling.

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