05/29/11 08:21- ID#54375
The Scajaquada; swollen and nasty
I added several more boring and mundane youtube videos to my collection highlighting the collective run-off of cars, buses and trucks from Cheektowaga to the Niagara River.
Last Modified: 05/29/11 08:34
05/28/11 09:04- ID#54366
I want this bunny pen
Maybe next year I could afford such a frivolous item? This one costs $75. I have a lot of things I need to get besides this item that I would hardly use at all.
Last Modified: 05/28/11 09:04
05/20/11 11:08- ID#54315
If I had the money, I would take this one.
Luxury 3 bedroom Apt available August 1st.
Conveniently located in Vito the Barber and Simon Salon building, right in the heart of the Elmwood Village on Elmwood steps from the Blue Monk and Spot Coffee.
Just renovated in 2010, features slate tile backsplash in kitchen, vintage pantry cabinets, grey tile kitchen flooring and stainless steel appliances with dishwasher.
Vintage art deco tile bath, hardwood floors, and living room decorative fireplace with stained glass window.
Free parking and laundry in the basement.
Rent is $1500 inc. heat, garbage, water. TENANT PAYS HOT WATER AND ELECTRIC ONLY.
Call Jen at 716.578.5494.
Professionally managed by www.hurleymanagement.net
735 Elmwood Avenue (google map) (yahoo map)
Location: 735 Elmwood Avenue
it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
733 West Delavan is located just off Chapin Parkway, of the historic Olmsted parkway system. It is a short walk to the vibrant street life of Elmwood, or to the peace and quiet of Delaware Park. These Delavan Avenue Apartments have been carefully restored over the years to their original lustre, as the molding was delicately stripped back down to the original oak finish. It also received a well-crafted upgrade, as the face of it took on a change when an historic EB Green vestibule was rescued from a Summer Street home. As with most Buffalo Management homes, much of the hardware is antique, and if not original, tracked down from all across the country and brought home, like so many of us.
2 Bedroom/1 Bath
Available June 1st
$1650 A month includes Heat/Water
Large living room with Fireplace
Magnificent Oak Entryway
Porch with Awning
Maytag Laundry Room
Community Lawn with Gas Grill and Picnic Table
Albright Knox Gallery
Buffalo State College
Millard Filmore Hospital
Elmwood Village Shopping and Restaurants
First, Last, Security Due at Signing
Call Myron for appointment: 716.883.3600 email@example.com
Last Modified: 05/20/11 11:17
05/16/11 06:02- ID#54297
Get more out of life online?
"Get More Out of Life Online! Visit www.xxxxxrewards.com to see the entire collection of rewards that can be redeemed online."
I'm sorry but I just don't feel like I am getting so much more out of my life because I requested my rewards online.
Last Modified: 05/16/11 06:04
05/09/11 08:44- ID#54253
What to do with the body?
Now I plan to get the life insurance I am being offered so my family can pay for it when I die. The burial lot is $750 and I only want a sheet and for my body to be transported so it shouldn't be too much but I also don't want to leave any of my private student loan for my dad who co-signed. It also would be awesome to MAYBE leave a little bit of money to the people I love.
Just wanted to put it out there just in case...
Last Modified: 05/09/11 08:44
05/06/11 06:25- ID#54229
How I quit smoking
Smoking for me was a great escape, a small shelter from the problems that I had during my developing years. Before leaving middle school the physical addiction was strong enough for me to make great risks in sneaking out of the building while my classmates ate lunch to have a cigarette. I got busted and wasnâ€™t allowed to go to Washington DC for the class trip. My mom got me nicotine replacement but I wasnâ€™t really serious about quitting. I told myself that I needed the cigarettes to get through high school. If I could just make it through high school my life would be easier and I would be able to stop.
High school came and went but the cigarettes stayed in my life. By the time I graduated, I had been at the pack a day mark for a couple of years. I regret having smoked; I really wish that I never ever picked up one of those damned things. I hate cigarettes, I really do. I hate what kind of destruction they have done in my life, in the lives of so many other people and to our environment. Since I canâ€™t change the past I have to accept and to live from this moment on. Cigarettes are not an option in my life anymore and I havenâ€™t touched one in four years. Even though itâ€™s true, I donâ€™t believe it because it doesnâ€™t seem real. I think to myself I must have smoked between now and then and that I must have forgotten but it is really true, I have not smoked in four years.
It was a combination of strategies that really made me successful in quitting, that and that I had realized that cigarettes were the cause of my unhappiness. I chanted a lot, I prayed to never ever smoke a cigarette again in my life. I didnâ€™t just pray, I took action. I used nicotine lozenges to calm physical withdrawal, exercise to release endorphins that made me feel good, lots of water, lots of sleep and I avoided alcohol in the early stages.
I had tried lots of things over my lifetime to quit; patches, gum, Wellbutrin, self hypnosis, acupuncture and â€œcold turkeyâ€. Wellbutrin gave me such bad insomnia that I was an absolute wreck of a person going through a very intense physical withdrawal. I was literally jumping at anything that moved or made a sound. Acupuncture was just as bad as it didnâ€™t do anything at all to a make it easier and then I had to suffer through another torturous round of the awful â€œcold turkeyâ€ withdrawals. When I went through withdrawal of nicotine I would go into an immediate depression that was nearly debilitating. I would sleep all day or just sit in bed crying, it was really bad. Withdrawals really often do make people sick because of the extreme stress it puts on the body. I really donâ€™t think I could have gotten through it without the nicotine replacement.
I also read Alan Carr's "The Easy Way to Quit". Well this book had some good points it failed miserably in saying that nicotine replacements are counterproductive but in fact is shown in multiple studies to double successful quitting rates.
It has been difficult but well worth it. I am so proud that I quit and enjoy the numerous benefits of being a non smoker. Sometimes I miss it; I miss my escape, my being bad, I miss sneaking out! Despite this, despite the fact that I still yearn for the punch of nicotine and other drugs hitting my lungs, the immediate relief I feel as I inhale and exhale the smoke; I am so afraid that I will relapse. So many people can stop for as long as I have and go back to it in an instant. I know that if I have â€œjustâ€ one that I wonâ€™t be able to control it, I will immediately be a smoker again. I canâ€™t afford to let that happen again.
So, If you want to encourage someone to quit (e:tinypliny), you need to have true compassion. You really have to understand and acknowledge the personâ€™s suffering and to acknowledge that the challenge that lies ahead is a difficult one. Discussing the evils of smoking might cause fear but fear isnâ€™t enough. They need help, they need information, strategies to cope and they need to be supported and encouraged. Sadly, this type of support is rarely truly achieved in smoking cessation.
For free help with quitting smoking you can call the National Quitline 1-800-Quit-NOW. It will take you to the State's Quitline for the number you are calling from.
Last Modified: 05/06/11 06:33
05/04/11 05:57- ID#54215
hehehee, I just found this on my desk top and I don't think I have posted it before.
Last Modified: 05/04/11 05:57