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  1. squib

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    Thanks, leelai,
    I see you have your BIG cat back! I loved the little one too! ;)I just think of you whenever I see a Bengal Tiger!! :cool:
    Squib/Diane :D
     
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    Here's Mike Oldfield with Étude, the end theme from the movie The Killing Fields.

     
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    Thank you! :)
     
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    Diane.....this is one heck of a vid! I loved it and I'm now keeping it too........it moved me so!!

    It shows it doesn't take that much to make a world of difference!

    Thank you!! :p

    But not for long......I received this little critter with the spooky eyes! :p

    Lol....let's hope you don't see too many Bengal Tigers! :D
     
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    My tribute to Robin Williams and all comedians who make us laugh wnen they are hurting inside! BRAVO Robin, for doing as well as you did for as long as you could. You are a gift to us all, as well as a legendary genius. Go in peace at last our friend.
    Thanks! Diane.
     
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    Well, I was reading Sandstorm [Sigma Force 1], in which the author added a snake to the thrilling suspense story, the Echis pyramidum (Carpet viper). Never heard about this snake before, I look it up and found a couple of interesting YouTube videos to share.:)

    Snakes are found in several fiction novels. One of which is in the Women's Murder club #8 by James Patterson.

    The Evolution of Venom - Who is The Most Poisonous? [Full Documentary] 45 minutes long




    World´s most Deadliest/Dangerous SNAKES (Top 11)



    Perhaps some of you would find this interesting.:)
     
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    Hello, again! I thought you were going to read the " KILL SWITCH" next?
    Are you enjoying James Rollins? I sure hope so. I love the fast pace, when it happens, and then the detail he puts into every country he takes the reader to! What an interesting man he must be!
    Thanks, for the snakes! We really only have to worry about rattlesnakes here. Garter snakes are friends and when I was walking all the time I saved many of them in the summer when they slithered out to the pavement to get warm. I just watched a Nat'l Geo Wild about garter snakes! When winter is over they all come out by the hundreds, the female sticks her tongue out, the males smell the pherenones and all the guys pile on mass ( like a scene from "Indiana Jones ". A massive slithering pile of hundreds and only one male will get lucky to pass on his genes. The female chooses! It was wild to watch! HUH? Guess that's why it' s called Nat Geo WILD?!! o_O I haven't slept for awhile!:p
     
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    Hello Diane,

    I completed the 'Kill Switch' and responded here http://www.ipadforums.net/threads/what-are-you-reading-now.16473/page-44#post-1075435 :). Since it was good, I went on to explore his work, starting with his most popular Sigma Force series. It turns out to be great. He has the talents that other great writers such as Dan Brown, Preston/Child, Crichton, etc . . . possessed. The first book of the series combined the myth of Queen of Sheba and the science of antimatter. Kudos to James Rollins.

    As for snakes, huh . . . we are terrified of them :(. Perhaps I should tell a story on another post and at a more appropriate section.:)
     
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    Hi Dave, I would love to hear what you have to say! We'll have to move to "anything goes " or pets!!!:D:p
    Diane.
    You would make a very good writer yourself! Have you ever written a story ( published or not ) ?
     

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