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How many Times have you heard something like this from your friend at work and you at play on th

Computer??Gag order For the song by Radiohead, see COM LAG (2plus2isfive). A gag order (also known as a gagging orderor suppression order) is an order, typically a legal order by a court or government, restricting information or comment from being made public, or in some cases, passed onto any unauthorized third party. The phrase may sometimes be used of a private order by an employer or other institution.Gag orders may be used, for example, to keep legitimate trade secrets of a company, to protect the integrity of ongoing police or military operations, or to protect the privacy of victims or minors. Conversely, as their downside, they may be abused as a useful tool for those of financial means to intimidate witnesses and prevent release of information, using the legal system rather than other methods of intimidation. Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation (SLAPP) orders may potentially be abused in this way.[citation needed]In a similar manner, a 'gag law' may limitfree…

Come get me dad !! I miss you!!!

I'm I love you soMuch! I miss you even more!! I don't have any personal transportation .  Please call me!!! Are you there???
Dad what are you doing in there??
Who told you?? I'm in Montgomery county?? 
Call grogans mill sheriff  officer lawless Johnny law!!  #3232    In the book!! He'll bring ya home .  Come over dad!! Got coffee !! Dad!!
You gonna like it.

My friends Christmas was wonderful I'll chew on it the rest of my days!!

When I was in Kansas as you know sound waves are circular with a catalysts such as steam propels sound as well heat , so gas makes sound echo, but I was working on a jalopy tailor and I had made two wooden crosses put n the windows I could almost see how it broke sound waves , now look at the Celtic cross. The gods eye hanging on our tree. Imagine hearing that sound of someone preaching broken into tiny particular , now that's the sound of the millennium. Remember the Indian movies where they would pat the mouth while making a sound breaking sound. Is breaking silence.
Jesus was hung on the cross with his back on the cross? How do we know this? How do we know anything? Unless we see it with our own eyes ? That story happens every year over and over. Are we as guilty as they were? Just by knowing this??
That's why faith is dead without works.
That is my motivation. Many men have went to hell on good intentions , idle hands are the devils play-toy.
I cannot wait to read the Kabbala …

New virus's confusion among emphysema patients

CoronavirusVirus classificationGroup:Group IV ((+)ssRNA)Order:NidoviralesFamily:CoronaviridaeSubfamily:CoronavirinaeGenus:BetacoronavirusSpecies:SARS coronavirus The 

More evil to you

em·bar·go emˈbärgō/ noun 1. an official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country. "an embargo on grain sales" ban, bar, prohibition, stoppage, interdict, proscription, veto, moratorium; More historical an order of a state forbidding foreign ships to enter, or any ships to leave, its ports. archaic a stoppage, prohibition, or impediment. verb verb: embargo; 3rd person present: embargoes; past tense: embargoed; past participle: embargoed; gerund or present participle: embargoing 1. impose an official ban on (trade or a country or commodity). "the country has been virtually embargoed by most of the noncommunist world" officially ban the publication of. 3rd person present: embargos "documents of national security importance are routinely embargoed" synonyms:ban, bar, prohibit, stop, interdict, debar, proscribe, outlaw; More antonyms:allow 2. archaic seize (a ship or goods) for state service. Origin
More early 17th cent.: from Spanish, from embargar ‘arrest,’…

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em·bar·go
emˈbärgō/
noun
1.
an official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.
"an embargo on grain sales"
ban, bar, prohibition, stoppage, interdict, proscription, veto, moratorium; More
historical
an order of a state forbidding foreign ships to enter, or any ships to leave, its ports.
archaic
a stoppage, prohibition, or impediment.
verb
verb: embargo; 3rd person present: embargoes; past tense: embargoed; past participle: embargoed; gerund or present participle: embargoing
1.
impose an official ban on (trade or a country or commodity).
"the country has been virtually embargoed by most of the noncommunist world"
officially ban the publication of.
3rd person present: embargos
"documents of national security importance are routinely embargoed"
synonyms:    ban, bar, prohibit, stop, interdict, debar, proscribe, outlaw; More
antonyms:    allow
2.
archaic
seize (a ship or goods) for state service.
Origin

More
early 17th cent.: from Spanish, from embargar ‘…