DAMAS Y CABALLEROS, (last time I heard, this was translated as Ladies and Gentlemen), I am starting to get annoyed by your searches.
I can put up these searches from my back-up files, but even if I could, I certainly will not put up items of Melissa Mack’s legs, nor of hot Rhea Santos’. Really now, if you want them pics, go ask the people concerned.
If you want copies of Binay’s political statements, you have to ask the networks to give you some.
If you want Diana Perez’s video clips, you have to look for them yourselves. She really is not easy to find.
Celine Dion’s duet with Barbara Streisand, “Tell Him” is still somewhere around the MP3′s section. Look for it, darn it.
And don’t bother searching my files through the control panel. I have denied no less than 50 ip addresses, including Google, for this simple intrusive act of prying into my files directly. Wait for files to be uploaded.
One tip: search for the files that you need by opening the http://coolambo.ca first and then use its own search box. Don’t use www.
Als, if the post appears to be blank, hit “refresh’ in the url box.
If you still have problems, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may have tough luck if you are using your cell phone to browse.
I do not convert video clips to accomodate cell phones. They are too many formats to access. The format of mpegs are easier to convert to. Better to use your Windows Media Player or Cyberlink Power DVD for faster opening of video clips and movies.
My desktop backgrounds are in jpeg 6″ screens.
If you want them to be in 24 “, email me and I will send you some.
Really now, do not try to use hacking tricks to do this because you will not be able to access this site next time around.
Remember that I have denied even Google some access to this site for intrusive redundant practices. This company has a way of favoring websites to include in their search engines. It also accidentally deletes some files downloaded from the competitors.
Also, the comments and replies are closed. You can contact me by email. I will put your comments up as long as they are reasonably worded. Try me.
And bring it on!
The Hobbit Flood Warning System
In the wee, small hours of the morning, rampaging flash
floods regularly occur to threaten the village that is called Allemandor. Such
floods come without warning particularly at those times when the village folks
are sleeping off their drunken stupor. An early warning system was therefore
installed that solved the problem of domesticated animals being washed away
with the floods. This system included a very short man, not unlike a dwarf, to
sleep in the hut as shown above to watch the level of the water. This is so
because the village happens to have a large number of these short men. In fact
most of the men in the village are short.
A very uncommon trait of these short men is the fact that
they have very large feet, about three times the size of the ordinary tall man.
This is so because they use their feet to tamp down the upturned soil on the
seeds as they plant their crops. The rocky soil needed large feet for tamping,
so the men just grew these large feet. These will become handy as we learn of
the Hobbit Flood Warning System..
They were not called Hobbits before. The story goes that
when asked why they station small people in the flood warning system, the
answer was that it was “traditional”. But the words come out like, “Ich bin
habit.” And the name “habit” stuck. This was later made to connote as a “habit”
and a “hobby”, and there they coined the name “hobbit”.
The system goes like this: a hobbit is stationed inside this
hut, and he sleeps on a bed lined underneath with puffed-up pigskin air
ballasts. The hobbit himself has a life-jacket made of animal air bladders tied
all over and around his body. When the water rises, the bed floats, and at the
same time his large feet senses the water. He then gets out of the hut and warns
the village people who collect their animals and shove them into barns.
If the hobbit fails to wake upon the intrusion of the water,
a trap door on the roof is provided for his escape and he survives with the aid
of the air bladders. He then will have a long swim towards the shore. But
sometimes the villagers don’t fish him out early but let him ride out the flood
that empties on a lake below the village. This is to punish him for sleeping on
Like those times when the Hobbit named Alza Velotan, noted to sleep in the hut with his cask of Amontillado, oversleeps and bails out thru the trapdoor. He afterwards uses his extra large feet to paddle himself to shore. No sweat!
(Now, was that a spin, or was that a spin?)