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You're single, no one loves you, HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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With Halloween approaching fast and leaving faster, we are left with Thanksgiving (the reject holiday), Christmas (or Hanukah, or Scientology, whatever you're into), and the New Year (AKA the night you'll have no one to kiss at midnight, HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!). Tis the season of gifts. Gifts of awkward conversations with distant family members. Gifts of painful christmas cards of families, accompanied with long, drawn-out, letters about how their lives are better than yours. Oh, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel........... Bailey's and Eggnog (I never said the light had anything to do with skinny jeans). So sip on your roofies and/or Baileys laced eggnog and read the SINGLE'S GUIDE TO SURVIVING THE SEASON, all in just 3 simple steps (#alliteration).

1. And none for Gretchen Weiners, BYYYEEE

You being Gretchen Weiners in this scenario. You don't have a boyfriend, nor christmas presents from him, BUT you DO have Instagram. And Facebook. And 24/7 access to mobile uploads of other peoples' presents, YAY! But, my friend, have you never seen Clueless??? Did it not teach you anything?? Cher sent herself flowerz. SHE SENT HERSELF FLOWERS.

If you become desperate enough, go ahead. Order yourself a candy gram. Mail yourself some desperate gurl roses, smack a filter on it, and upload it with a caption something to the effect of "OMG SECRET CHRISTMAS ADMIRER????" or just a simple mysterious "<3". Something to make all your followers think you're not as lonely, desperate, and unwanted as you really are...... :>

2. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!

It doesn't matter if it's your birthday or not, because now it is. On those times when you are feeling PARTICULARLY lonely and desperate, there is only one thing to do. Mark Zuckerberg made the birthday date on Facebook adjustable for a reason. So your lonely ass could get attention from the social sphere when you're in need. EVERYONE likes you on your birthday. It doesn't matter if your birthday already happened this year, where there's a Facebook alert, there is a dumb ass to wish you happy birthday (am now fully expecting no one to wish me happy birthday next year). So no, there is no significant other to whisper happy holidays in your ear, BUT FRET NOT. 200 OF YOUR CLOSEST FB BUDZ WILL WISH YA HAPPY BDAY.

3. Happy christmas, Ron!!!!!

Helllllooooo Harry Potter marathon!! What better way to distract from yourself how tragic you are than by shoving hours and hours of Harry Potter in front of your face???? So while all your long term relationship friends are off on their dates to expensive restaurants exchanging gifts, you can watch Ron and Hermione pretend they don't like each other, Harry pretend he is a foot taller, and lastly, you pretend you're happy being alone on a Saturday night :) IT'S GONNA BE A WILD BUTTER BEER OF A TIME! While you're at it, go ahead and throw in He's Just Not That Into You  in the movie marathon, God knows we all need to see it. A few times. Some of us more than others BYE.

sources:

http://ourjane.blogspot.com/2012/02/film-15-worst-dates-from-romantic.html

http://www.someecards.com/usercards/viewcard/MjAxMS1lNTE3MzI3MWE0Y2JjMjM0

http://mashable.com/2009/11/20/thanksgiving-feast/

http://laist.com/2010/08/11/facebook_changing_the_way_we_do_bir.php

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to Yosemite, and the park's image has suffered a series of strokes in recent years. During the 90s, brush fires, landslides and flooding forced the closure of several
parks. Then, in February, burnt and mutilated bodies of three women tourists were found in the penalty area park, crashes news networks and led to one of the largest
manhunts in the history of Mariposa County. And on July 22, decapitated body naturalist Joie Ruth Armstrong was found near her isolated cabin deep in the park. It is
15 days after the lifeless, algae-covered body Frank Gambalie is pulled from Merced River. At 28, Frank Gambalie III was one of the best BASE jumpers in the world. He
was fearless, ready to jump to any object: alpine cliff, 800 feet high bridge, a Gothic cathedral, and even New York City's Chrysler Building. Known for its daring
aerial maneuvers, Gambalie adds glamor sport previously defined as much for its secrecy and for risk. Darkly handsome, with olive skin, a shock of black hair and
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high gloss. Raised in blue-collar suburb of Antioch in the East Bay of San Francisco, the Gambalie (pronounced gam-BAL-ee) moved restlessly through the early years.
Friends talk about his "life wish", and the constant desire to push the boundaries. He lived a special code, even as a teenager. "When Frank care about something, he's
better than anyone else, but if he does not care, he just does not matter," said his father, Frank Jr., foreman at Shell Bay Area vegetable oils. "Everything had to be
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jumpers in Squaw Valley. He rose to the upper echelon of bungee circuits within a year, but by 1993 was again looking to push the edge. "It was almost by accident that
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skiing off a huge cliff. Frank was completely blown off it. Was like, 'Bing!' A huge light in his head. " As with all other sports, Gambalie threw in BASE jumping, no
matter what sport a basic rule: that beginners should be experienced skydivers. "Frank has made ten parachute tops, but he does not believe in going slow," says
Gambalie mentor, California BASE jumper Adam Filippino. "He's like a sponge. He absorbed everything he taught and led to her." Gambalie's innovative style sets it
apart from other divers, as well as his passion for pioneering touted jumps from places previously considered unjumpable. "Being deceitful is the fun part for Frank.
Whether as a mission," says his friend Tom Cooke. By incorporating acrobatics in sport for the first time, Gambalie BASE stunned the world with his triple and
quadruple winners, appear to BASE events like Bridge Day, a legal contest is held every year in West Virginia. By 1995, he became the unofficial Gambalie savage BASE.
But his brashness come at a price. The Hollywood stunt world closed ranks. "Most professional BASE jumpers work in movies and commercials," says Fritsch. "But it's
tight circle, and they froze it." So Gambalie carved a niche in which there is no jumper gone before, into the lucrative world of corporate sponsorship. Armed with a
demo reel, Gambalie made ??the rounds of adventure-sports fairs, offering their talents BASE mode wizard-kid cyber-entrepreneur can push his latest start-up. "Frank
transport yourself better than anyone I've ever seen," says Filippino, a leading designer BASE equipment. "It was a terrific A sales rep would pop in Frank lane and
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all his success, he continued to be tested against all major way. However, if Gambalie is compelled to attack deaths, he constructed each jump minimize your risk.
Among the hundreds of hours of video footage Gambalie, there is footage from the TV show called "extremists" where Gambalie, dressed in a shirt and shorts,
overshadowing the 850-meter-high bridge in northern California. As techno hurt in the background, Gambalie jumps backwards, spinning like a gyroscope and perform
multiple flips before popping his parachute. A series of brazen, almost recklessly. But Gambalie calm. "I can handle the jump, jump you can control," he says, on
Earth, dark eyes staring unblinking at the camera. "It is the government can not control the catch -. This is what scares me." "Go and run" philosophy has been
observed in the BASE of the sport began in the late 70s. The ethos is particularly strong in Yosemite, where the Rangers have a reputation for zealously tracking
jumpers. Tales parties sparse, searched vehicles and climbers spied constitute Canon constantly growing anti-Ranger paranoia. The recent death of world-class
mountaineers Dan Osman adds especially sad chapter. One extreme sports icon and close friend Gambalie is Osman pioneer dangerous - some would say crazy - jumping rope
sport: swinging unbelievable heights by climbing a firm leash on a piece of rock. In November 1998, Osman died in Yosemite after one of his rope snapped during a jump
from rock pillars known as the Leaning Tower. Household and BASE jumpers accuse Rangers of "killed" Osman, who spent two weeks before his death in Yosemite prison on
various misdemeanor charges. Friends say he got out of confinement badly shaken. They insist Osman was mistreated while in custody, which shook confidence and led him
to a critical error in judgment, the most dramatic of his decision to use ropes that are weakened by exposure to a month in the sun and snow. Yosemite authorities deny
allegations of abuse, but "the charges" still speaks to the tension between the counterculture and its inhabitants Park Rangers. "Bottom line, there is an aversion us
in Yosemite," says Filippino. "It's not a rule, it is a bitter relationship that has been built for so many years." Dan Horner, a special agent in Yosemite, begs to
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stayed under the radar until Uthman's death. In contact with Osman over a mobile phone while his friend a fatal fall, Gambalie raced to the park and stayed with the
body until rescuers managed to get there. But he feared his heroism has raised its profile among park officials. "Frank was concerned that the Rangers could try to
make an example of him, if he was ever caught," says his mother, Ricci Mescola. "Especially after hearing all the stories about how they mistreated Dano." But although
Gambalie achieved celebrity status in Yosemite, not distract him from jumping. "Frank was never caught up in Yosemite and it should never be," says hikers and Gambalie
friend Dean Fidelman. "And you know, Frank was confident 'No way are we," he would say,' Let me chase - I'll just laugh in your face and jump in the river. ".." Rising
7,569 meters above sea level, El Capitan Everest jump sites. Towering monolithically at the entrance to Yosemite Valley, the transverse dramatically, allowing divers
to navigate away from the rock to 18 seconds - a very long freefall - before pulling his release. And the meadows below offers a comfortable drop zone, El Cap is
irresistible to divers. So it was that Gambalie, the Salathe face most of all. The Salathe is one of the highest sheer rock in the continental United States, and of
its pioneering first jump in 1998 Gambalie dreamed encore. Morning of the 8th Jun, 1999, he got into his blue Subaru wagon and drove to Yosemite, ready to jump again.
It was the first time Gambalie returned to the park because Osman died seven months ago. "He was a little scared right after Dano died," says West, who agreed to meet
Gambalie at the top of El Cap in the afternoon. "That was weird.'ve Never seen Frankie says he was afraid of anything." Although he was a friend jump Gambalie for
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West point of launch, and two walked together toward the precipice. The group of hikers was hanging near the western edge of the face. one, Scott Burk, was a
well-known big wall climber who recently became one of the six people successfully free solo of the nose, the highest point in El Cap's. Burk climbing in Yosemite
since 1981 and knew most of the BASE guys. "BASE jumpers are simply not like other people," says Burk. "They are like drug addicts, the way some of them operate. The
cat-and-mouse with the Rangers was part of it." West was suspicious of Burk, believing that he was the one who tipped off rangers when I was arrested after jumping
West 1997 West El Cap is not even supposed to be close to the BASE jumpers.; He is still on trial. Gambalie spent an hour with Burk and other climbers, and then joined
the West in their camp after dark. Besides Gambalie and West, Burk and friend were the only people who kampuju on top that night. The sky was not exactly light on 9
June, when Gambalie woke up just before 5:00 Ten minutes later he jumped, thus projecting rock just below the launch and fly away from the wall. He dropped to eight,
nine, 10 seconds, disappeared from the West look at three, and then re-appeared, and continues to fall. Finally, after 16 seconds, West heard the crack opening
parachute Gambalie and saw his friend, a blot on the horizon, floating toward the valley. Gambalie slid to the west and to the woodshed times, and then suddenly turned
almost 180 degrees and zigzagged east, finally landing across from the turnout at the westernmost edge of the meadow El Cap. It was, says West, a clean jump she had
ever seen. And then West saw a set of headlights approach the landing area, blinking several times. He assumed that it belonged to a curious passerby. He waited a few
minutes, and then returned to the camp to organize your equipment. He turned on the cell phone; named below to arrange a meeting is standard operating procedure after
each jump. But Gambalie never called. Strangely, the West thought, but Frank is on the <a href="http://www.coachfactoryshop2013.com" title="Coach Outlet">Coach Outlet</a> phone so much, maybe the battery died. Or maybe the phone down. You might as
well head down, West said that he finished packing, Frank will call when he can. Then, tape the package, he began the long hike back to the valley. It was mid-October
at El Cap meadow, just off Northside Drive, about 50 meters from where Frank Gambalie landed on the morning of June 9. Twenty meters south, deep meadow grass turns
into a forest, which in turn leads to a bank in Merced River. In the fall, the river is shallow and less than 100 meters across. But in June, Merced is more than six
feet deep, raging with 40 degrees of melting snow. Water at this temperature shock body like lightning, sucking his strength before you have time to react. At top
speed - about 8 mph - power and volume of the river can trap body within its rush and sweep it downstream. Gambalie landed at the southwestern end of the meadow, and
almost immediately Rangers poured it from two directions. He could have given up. Instead, he lowered his parachute, he turned and, as the Rangers reported, blesnu
smile. Then he ran into the woods, according to Merced. Later, he made a lot of decisions Gambalie's. It seemed suicidal, almost absurd, for someone known for his
meticulousness. "The river is a seasonal escape," says West. "You use it when it is low, after August. Never in peak season. Frank did not know that. Was so good at
evading, I doubt I ever thought I would need. If you ask me, he was in a hurry to get to the top before dark, and he slipped on the prep work. " Approaching the right
bank, in the area known as the Ribbon Creek, Gambalie threw the rest of your rig, and with an evil smile, he took the Rangers, diving headfirst into the river. The
surface was smooth and glassy where he entered, but a little further down the large boulders blocking the rest of the Merced views. To see Gambalie next to Boulder he
would have realized that immediately after, fed directly into the river rapids language. As he started to swim across, towards achieving the Rangers, Gambalie paddles
grew more urgent. He tried to swim upstream, struggling against the current that pulled him further downstream. Nearing Boulder, Gambalie body went across to the
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that, with the heat and strain the jump Chase, hypothermia set in well before he was caught by a rock unconscious. What is known is that the force of the river, made
??of aerated swirl of white water, keep it tucked under within a few seconds of his hitting rapids churned around him like a washing machine. Obstruction in the river,
such as rock, increases the pressure even more. If there is a gap under a rock, a person can easily be tucked under and pinned there. Divers call it "strainer." It is,
apparently, is what happened Gambalie. For the next month, his body lay submerged in the icy waters Merced to Yosemite divers finally found on July 7, three soccer
fields, from where he went in. Until then, Gambalie had dark hair and eyes have lost their color, and his skin, well-preserved in the cold, began to separate from his
body. "It was his fatal mistake, not knowing about the rapids," says Jeff Follett, rescue diver who discovered the body. "If he'd gone to a quarter mile upstream, he
would have made it. But people drown in Merced even in flat water. Jumps in the river's stupid to do at any moment, any time of year." Initially Gambalie disappearance
was treated as a criminal incident. Frightened, West left the park. "I just assumed Frank was not called because his phone was wet or something," he says. "I knew I
did not want to be part of this, whatever it was. Did not want to be in jail." From his home near Los Angeles, West waited for word. Several hours passed, and then one
day. So far, he is convinced something went wrong, West called Filippino, crying. Filippino never heard West so upset. However, he thought of his desire to invite
friends Gambalie mom was premature. But when Gambalie voice mail is full, Filippino knew. "Somewhere in there, I knew it was not there." Rumors circulated around the
BASE community: Frank jumped out of the country; injured, perhaps, in the woods; had amnesia. "Nobody believes that to die in the river," says Lottie Aston, Gambalie
girl. "If someone would not have survived that is said to Frank. Everyone who knew him knew that. Frank got away with everything." When his body was found, <a href="http://www.louisvuittonoutletyears.com" title="louisvuittonoutletyears.com">louisvuittonoutletyears.com</a> rumors have
been replaced by questions. What really happened that morning of 9 June? Yes overzealous Rangers pressure Gambalie in bad decisions? And who warned the Rangers? Is
that Burk? (He says no.) One of his friends? Is it fear of being caught that drove Gambalie to the river? Or is this belief in its indestructibility, believing that
showed something so many times before? "Frank had an unbeatable view of life," says Filippino. "" I will die for this - but this time it will not happen to me .. ""
The official accident report states the cause of death of the park as a result of accidental drowning fleeing illegal parachute jump. Shortly after Gambalie
disappearance, his father met with the Rangers. "I told them, look, my son has broken the law, he made a bad decision. But there is something wrong with all this. Law
is designed to protect people, not to them where they feel they have no choice." But, of course, Gambalie had no choice. "Frank was not worried about losing their
platform," says West. "He has not paid one in years." And although Osman alleged abuse may have been forced to the edge, at least one who knew his case Gambalie
different thoughts. "Frank had a record of maintenance," says Kevin Thaw December hikers and Gambalie friend. Thaw believes that the Rangers had even stopped looking,
Gambalie be kept running. "It was a game to him, all of this," says Thaw. "And Frank loved the game." Last October 22, the event was held in honor of Frank at Yosemite
in protest against the ban BASE jumping. Five jumpers were supposed to take off from El Cap, with rangers on hand to cite them and seize equipment. More than 100
spectators watched as the first jumper stepped to the edge and jump. The other two followed. Then stepped up fourth, committed and fell. I constantly fall. The crowd
grew silent as a jumper, an expert skydiver and stunt woman named Jan Davis, struggled to find release on her borrowed rig. But it was too late. Her body hit the cliff
base, sending a booming echo off the rocks that roars across the valley, soul-crunching noise. Human error, not equipment malfunction, caused the accident. "It would
have jumped Jan without 100% safety with her equipment is unheard of," says BASE equipment manufacturer Martin Tilley. "Know your equipment. This is given in BASE
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our federal government back to constitutional limits. At the moment the battle is ObamaCare. But first opponent who must be defeated Republican establishment. Is it
any wonder that the Republican leadership in order to make sure the defunding effort not? Ted Cruz prika?uju his ambitions for large real Tea Party Presents:
Conservatives really fed up with both parties in Washington, DC Republican base allowed Obama to be re-elected, when an estimated five million were left at home in the
elections 2012th It may not be wise, but it happened for a very good reason: they did not see the Republican Party to represent them. DC establishment, and that
includes the party, doing very well, thank you. In the suburbs around Washington were the richest in the nation. They and their families are untouchable for the
economic collapse of Obama. A huge government spending a quarter of the wealth of our nation, with nearly half of the population depends on their generosity, good for
them. It's not good for us. Republican leaders want to defeat ObamaCare, but mainly want to use it as a talking point of the campaign to return to power. They are not
ready to fight with all their hearts and minds to protect the American people from this disaster. It might be risky. It may not play well in the polls this week. It
might not be good for them letting it go through, and then complain in 2014 and in 2016. Republicans have ignored the will of the voters for a long time. They ignore
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Cruz pages of the Wall Street Journal and every TV station can be used to push the status quo. Republican elites fought desire base to stop illegal immigration. They
were happy when the Tea Party Revolution surrendered control of the House in 2010, then turned around and bad mouth us as fanatics and incompetent who did not also win
the Senate. Interestingly, Republican Party Chairman Priebus reincite establishment is one leader who does get it, perhaps because he is the guy who has to get out the
vote in the next election. Priebus published a brief piece today entitled "In a battle between Ted Cruz and Harry Reid, we must stand with Senator Cruz." The Senate
leadership is not listening. Ted Cruz knows something the establishment does not. The Tea Party is a genuine populist uprising. This government is not an elite tyranny
yet. People do have power when they pick up the phone or e-mail their senators and congressmen. Commentators keep talking about Cruz not working with McConnell and
Cornyn, as if he is a lone wolf. Cruz is not a lone wolf. He is a man of the people. Cruz is appealing over McConnell's and Boehner's heads, listening and talking
directly to the voters.Everyone said he could not get the House to attach defunding to the continuing resolution.So Cruz did not try to convince the speaker and his
complacent, pusillanimous followers.He went on TV, he took out ads, he ran an internet petition, and he called for people to fight.They responded.They're hungry to
fight.People are fighting for their health care, their jobs, for control over their own lives.A million and a half people signed Cruz's petition.Thousands of phone
calls from angry constituents followed, and all the talk of how it couldn't be done disappeared overnight. The same thing could happen in the Senate. It will be
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Republican senators to vote against cloture and then turn five Democrat senators to vote against funding ObamaCare? It all depends on how many voters pick up the
phone. (Scroll down here to get a list of senators' phone numbers.) It is not out of the reach of ordinary people to overturn the ObamaCare disaster. Same question
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