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Friday, April 27, 2007

lyrics for music

If you would like to submit lyrics for music you should read on.

I don't want lyrics, though. I wanna make an account so I can submit lyrics. Where should I go?


Thursday, April 26, 2007

find music lyrics

You can find music lyrics on these sities:

If you know the artist, title, or words of the song you're
seeking, the best thing to do is type in the artist's name in a search
engine. The following sites have a good success rate: deja.com, Yahoo,
Lycos, Alta Vista, Magellan, Infoseek, Hotbot and Metacrawler.
(You should put quotations around the artist's name or the
line from the song to get a better match.)
EXAMPLE (you would place this sentence in your browser of
"Tori Amos" lyrics
"all the bad boys are standing in the shadows"
If you don't know who sang the song OR the title OR don't
remember :
ANY of the words, check some of the below sites:
Lyrics Library -
Lyrics World -
Top3 -
Leonie's Lyrics

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

play pokemon games

The Pokémon video game series is a role-playing game franchise from Nintendo. The series as a whole has sold millions of games and ranks as one of the best-selling franchises of all-time. The series is unusual in that games are commonly released in pairs, each with slight variations. First released in 1995 in Japan for the Game Boy, the franchise has continued with at least two new games for each Game Boy generation.


The Pokémon games are classified as role-playing games (RPGs) because they have elements similar to other RPGs, such as top-down tile-based point of view, management of items, and turn-based battles with familiar elements like hit-points and status effects. Instead of focusing on plot and character development in the manner of Final Fantasy and many other RPGs, Pokémon games focus on the collection and training of Pokémon that are instructed to battle against either computer- or human-controlled opponents.

Over time, the number of Pokémon has risen from 151 (Red, Blue, and Green versions) to 251 (Gold and Silver versions) to 386 (Ruby and Sapphire versions) to currently 493 (Diamond and Pearl versions). A player's Pokémon can be traded with other players; this is a necessity to collect all the available Pokémon, as some can only be collected by trading with another version.

A Pokémon game usually begins in the trainer's hometown, where by chance the renowned professor of the game's region (Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, or Sinnoh) lives and researches Pokémon. The professor will give the trainer his or her first Pokémon to train. Along the way, trainers encounter a rival who has also received a starting Pokémon that possesses a type advantage against his or her own. The only exception to this is Pokémon Yellow, in which the player receives the Electric-type Pokémon Pikachu, the unofficial mascot of the Pokémon franchise, and the rival has the Normal-type Pokémon Eevee, constituting no actual type advantage or disadvantage.

The most straight-forward goal of the single-player game is to compete in the Pokémon League and collect the eight badges from the eight Gym Leaders scattered throughout the region. Trainers with all eight badges have the right to challenge the Elite Four and the champion of the region. Along the way, the player must thwart the plans of a criminal organization in the area and battle trainers to strengthen his or her team. After defeating the Elite Four and the champion, the player is allowed to continue training and collecting Pokémon, mostly for the purpose of building Pokémon teams for competitive play.

To capture a wild Pokémon, a player must have a Poké Ball. When a wild Pokémon is weakened, a Poké Ball has a better chance of capturing it. Some of the toughest Pokémon may require the use of many strong Poké Balls before being caught.

spirituality information

spirituality from answers.com:

1. The state, quality, manner, or fact of being spiritual.
2. The clergy.
3. Something, such as property or revenue, that belongs to the church or to a cleric. Often used in the plural.

I have found that definition: our perceived emotional connection to God/Spirit/Source.

The strength of our connection depends upon our connections to Self. The more we understand, accept, and love ourselves, the greater our connection to God/Spirit/Source. The more connected we are to God/Spirit/Source the more flexible we become in dealing with both our inner, spiritual life, and our external life (family, career, community, nation, planet).

Spirituality develops along with, not separate from, our body awareness, emotional intelligence and thought processes.

Body awareness: all of our experiences, beliefs, desires and expectations are held in our bodies at a cellular level. These cellular memories can support or inhibit what we are currently wanting to create for ourselves. Our body’s reaction to any situation will affect our emotional response AND the thoughts we engage in around the situation. The easiest way to align our energies is to re-pattern our body’s reactions to other people and situations.

Emotional Intelligence: Divine Guidance around our personal healing work comes in the form of our emotional reactions to people and situations. Whenever we are “triggered” by an event or another person, our Higher Self/Soul/Spirit is telling us something wants to be acknowledged, forgiven, healed or embraced. The more we experience working with our emotions, the more we realize that all of our emotional defense mechanisms were born from a place of Divine Love, allowing us to release our expectations, detach from outcomes, and allow others to be who they are without judgment.

Thought processes: determine our world-view and our perceived abiltiy to connect with God/Spirit/Source. There are many different kinds of thought processes. For example, narrative intelligence refers to the stories or beliefs we have that hold our current reality in place and can inhibit us from moving towards the vision we are holding for ourselves. Limiting stories and beliefs cannot be de-activated through sheer will-power or intellectualizing. These stories and beliefs are grounded in our bodies and emotions. Only when we allow the energy of our stories and beliefs to flow freely between our thoughts, emotions and bodies can we move to a new level of vibration.

Most of us reach adulthood with splintered connections to God/Spirit/Source. These splintered connections, or skills, occur when our body awareness, emotional intelligence and thought processes develop at different rates. For example, cognitive intelligence is highly valued in our society. A high IQ is considered one indicator of a person's potential for academic and career success, the abiltiy to earn a large income, and the degree of attractiveness to the opposite sex. However, a person with a high IQ may not have a corresponding ability in emotional intelligence. The disparity between the two rates of development may produce a highly intelligent person with poor social skills, lack of self-awareness, and an inability to empathize with others.

Disparate rates of development result in sporadic and limited connections to God/Spirit/Source. The person with a high IQ, low emotional intelligence and average body awareness may experience momentary connections with God/Spirit/Source. These connections will also be limited to a very basic sense of God/Spirit/Source with little or no ability to learn and develop further from the connection.

Simultaneously improving your skills in all three areas (body, emotions, thoughts) frees up your energy to remain in constant connection to God/Spirit/Source in ways you never imagined. For more spirituality information or to learn about simultaneously building your skills, check out Spiritual Cross-Training.

How to Find Music Lyrics

Have you ever heard a great song and wanted to look up the lyrics? Or you thought you heard a singer say something strange, so you want to find out what they really said? Here are a few places to look up music lyrics.

Lyrics.com offers a wide variety of music lyrics. You can look up by artist name, or search by artist name or song title. The site doesn't seem to have some newer songs, but it is a good place to look for older songs.

Astraweb has a larger collection of music lyrics. Again, you can look up by artist name, and search by song title or artist. You can also do a keyword search. If you know a word that appears in the title or artist name, but not the complete title/name, this is great. The site also shows you the top music lyrics searches of the day. Users can also rate a song.

Lyricsworld and azlyrics are good search engines for music lyrics as well. The sites also list lyrics, so that you can browse instead of search.

If you've ever heard a song on a television commercial, and it sounded so familiar but you couldn't put your finger on it... try songtitle. You can look up TV commercials by season/year, in easy to read charts. If you know that the commercial was for AT&T and aired in fall 2006, for example, you can find out the artist and song title. Sometimes you can even get a song clip.

By visiting christianmusic.about.com, you can find out who sang a particular Christian or gospel song. This is helpful if you know part of the title, or some lyrics.

Utilizing Yahoo Answers can help too. If you know the lyrics, but not the artist or song title, post what you know in your question. Chances are someone will recognize the words and remember the artist and/or song title.

If all else fails, try going to the official artist's site. Many times they will post music lyrics. Fan sites usually have lyrics as well. You can also try going to a radio station's website. Some stations post a list of the last five or ten songs they've played. This is especially helpful if you just heard a song and need to figure out the title and artist in order to look up the lyrics.

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

trump vs mcmahon

Hair Apparent: Trump Vs. McMahon

Britney Spears and Donald Trump are about to have something in common, that is if "the Donald" can't best the WWE's Vince McMahon in the squared circle. (See: "Britney's Hair Is Everywhere")

Trump, hanging on at No. 278 on Forbes' World's Billionaire List, but nowhere in the World Wrestling Entertainment (nyse: WWE - news - people )ranking, will put his hair on the line at Wrestlemania 23 at Detroit's Ford Field on April 1.

He'll indirectly compete in a match aptly billed the "Battle of the Billionaires" against none other than WWE owner Vince McMahon, who was bumped from the Forbes billionaires list (See: "Drop-offs"). The two have engaged in a televised feud over the past few weeks.

At one point he had an estimated net worth of $1.1 billion, which he essentially made on his own popularizing professional wrestling.

Trump, 60, and McMahon, 61, will pick wrestlers to represent them in the ring. Whomever's pick is beaten will get a post-match buzz cut.

WWE spokesman Gary Davis said the date of the event had prompted speculation that it was a hoax. But it's not an April Fool's joke, he said.

"If Trump loses, he shaves his head," he said.

Shares of the Stamford, Conn.-based WWE climbed the turnbuckles on the news Tuesday, the first session since the announcement was made over the weekend.

However it traded down 10 cents Wednesday to $16.12. Matrix Research body slammed the stock to "strong sell" from "hold" in the only analyst action on WWE in almost a year.

That's what happens when Trump stirs the pot.

The feud between Trump and McMahon started earlier this year. Trump exacerbated the situation, which the co-creator of The Apprentice does so well, by dropping thousands of what were apparently real dollars from the arena's rafters on the Jan. 29 edition of Raw.

McMahon was standing in the ring at the time, while Trump instigated the maelstorm via satellite. Steaming, McMahon raced from the ring, grabbing some of the cash from the hands of elated fans.

Trump had said he was proving a point to McMahon, who, according to Rosie O'Donnell's not-so-best-friend, doesn't know what the fans want. He even called McMahon "the new Rosie." (See: "Trump Vs. Rosie, Again")

Trump to McMahon: "I'm taller than you. I'm better looking than you. I think I'm stronger than you ... I will kick your ass."

noodle month

National Noodle Month (March):

Whether they’re fine, medium, wide or extra-wide, egg noodles conjure up
images of mom’s chicken noodle soup, classic tuna casserole, or even a sweet kugel.
Noodles are a feel-good food. Not surprisingly, consumption of noodles increases by
as much as 20 percent in January, February and March. In a salute to one of the
classic types of pasta, the National Pasta Association (NPA) presents some delicious
trivia followed by a short quiz to get you to use your noodle. Did you know:
As legend has it, noodles were first made by 13th century German bakers who fashioned
dough into symbolic shapes, such as words, birds and stars. These “nudels”
were then baked and served as bread.

rosacea awareness

Rosacea is a common condition that affects over 45 million people worldwide but is often misunderstood. Rosacea symptoms include flushing and redness on the face and across the cheeks, nose, or forehead and can also less commonly affect the neck, chest and scalp. As rosacea progresses, other symptoms can develop such as permanent redness, red bumps, red gritty eyes, burning and stinging sensations, small blood vessels visible near the surface of the skin, and in some advanced cases a bulbous nose.

People that are fair-skinned like people with European or Celtic ancestry are most commonly affected with rosacea. Rosacea affects both men and women of all ages especially in the 30-50 age group, but middle-aged women are more susceptible because of hot flushes caused by menopause.

The exact cause of rosacea is not known however it is believed that rosacea is caused by damaged to the blood vessels. Rosacea treatment involves avoiding stimulants that may aggravate the rosacea such as extreme weather like cold/hot environments, irritating face creams and washes. Other rosacea treatments include antibiotics and laser treatment.