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Posted: Apr 19, 2014 (08:44:58 AM)


TGIN News 24x7
Posted: Apr 19, 2014 (05:38:56 AM)

Death toll climbs in worst tragedy on Everest

KATHMANDU: Sherpa climbers aided by helicopters resumed a search on Saturday for four missing guides after an ice avalanche swept the lower slopes of Mount Everest, killing at least 12 in the deadliest accident on the world's highest mountain.

Climbers declared a four-day halt to efforts to scale the 8,848-metre (29,029-ft) summit and, while some decided to abandon their mission, others said they would go ahead after talking to their Nepali guides.

"I sat and counted 13 helicopter lifts - 12 were dead bodies flying overhead suspended by a long line from a helicopter," Tim Rippel of Peak Freaks Expeditions wrote in a blog.

"Everyone is shaken here at Base Camp. Some climbers are packing up and calling it quits, they want nothing to do with this. Reality has set in."

Shocked relatives wondered how they would cope without the men who take huge risks to earn up to $5,000 for a two-month expedition - around 10 times average annual pay in the isolated mountain kingdom.

"He was the only bread winner in the family," said 17-year-old Phinjum Sherpa, as she waited for the body of her uncle, Tenji Sherpa, at a Buddhist monastery in Kathmandu.

"I am shaken now the family has no one to support it. We have no one to take care of us."

The ice avalanche struck a perilous passage called the Khumbu Icefall, which is riddled with crevasses and piled with seracs - massive ice boulders or columns that can break free without warning.

Although relatively low on the mountain, climbers say it is one of the most dangerous points on Mount Everest. There are, however, no safer paths along the famous South Col route first scaled by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953.

The sherpas caught in the ice slide were ferrying equipment from Base Camp to Camp 1 - one of four waypoints that lie beneath Everest's South Face en route to the final climb to the peak.

Around 100 climbers and guides had already passed beyond the Khumbu Icefall to prepare their attempts on the summit. They are safe, but a new path will have to be made to make it possible to continue the expeditions.

Rippel's sherpas had lucky escapes - two had returned to base camp five minutes before the avalanche hit, while two were briefly trapped above the avalanche but managed to make their way down, he wrote.

The Himalayan Guides, a Nepali hiking group, said six of its sherpas had gone ahead of climbers they were accompanying in order to fix ropes and crack snow and ice to carve out a route, when they were caught and killed by the avalanche.

"Now we are concentrating on the rescue. Once that is over we will hold a meeting and decide what to do next," Bhim Raj Paudel, a member of the group, told Reuters.

His group is providing logistics for three expeditions on Mount Everest and four teams to the Lhotse and Nuptse peaks in the same region.

Lakpa Sherpa of the Himalayan Rescue Association told Reuters from the tented base camp near the incident site that a ground search party had begun climbing in clear weather on Saturday morning. Army helicopters were ready to offer support.

ICE RELEASE

The fatal incident was the result, climbers said, of a so-called ice release and not a more typical snow avalanche.

"When the serac hovering off the West Shoulder of Everest collapsed, it sent house-sized ice blocks all over the route," Alan Arnette, a climber and motivational speaker, wrote in an updated blog post from Base Camp.

"With hanging ice, it may stay there for decades or fall tomorrow - there is no way of knowing or predicting."

Californian climber Adrian Ballinger described the Khumbu Icefall as the "corridor of calamity" in a video shot on a past expedition that showed massive ice blocks overhanging his path.

"It's always the most dangerous part of the mountain to climb, because the ice is constantly moving, there's so many crevasses and seracs where you need to use ladders and ropes to get through the very technical terrain," he told Reuters.

Above stands a feature called the West Shoulder that can shed avalanches on a "pretty regular basis", said Ballinger, who works for Alpenglow Expeditions and was preparing to leave for Nepal.

"Whenever we're in it, and whenever anyone's in it, we're very conscious of moving as quickly and as efficiently as possible because there is this sort of uncontrolled risk."

Sherpas often make 20-25 round trips to carry kit and supplies to advanced camps, exposing them to greater risk. The most endangered are the so-called Icefall Doctors - a team that maintains and fixes the route.

DEATH RISK

It was first major avalanche of this year's climbing season on Everest, which has been scaled by more than 4,000 climbers.

Some 250 mountaineers have died on the mountain, which is on the border between Nepal and the Chinese region of Tibet and can be climbed from both sides in a season that is cut short in late May by rainy-season clouds cloaking the Himalayas.

Expedition leaders reported that there was anger among some guides after the government announced immediate payments of $400 to the victims' families to cover funeral costs. Insurance cover typically amounts to $5,000.

"The government doesn't do anything for the welfare of sherpas," said Chhechi Sherpa, a sister of 37-year-old Ang Kaji Sherpa, who was killed on Friday and leaves elderly parents and a family with six children.

"It makes good money from tourists and climbers but doesn't care about the sherpas who struggle to support their families. The government must look after the kids and old parents of those Sherpas who died in the avalanche."

More tourists have raised concerns about safety and environmental damage, although Nepal still plans next year to cut fees for those wishing to do the trek.

The government has issued permits to 334 foreign climbers this season, up from 328 for all of last year. An equal number of guides also climb to help the foreign mountaineers.

"The atmosphere at Base Camp is now of shock and of grieving," Scottish film maker Ed Wardle told Britain's Channel 4 News on Friday night, adding that "many of the expeditions here will pack up and go home".

"For this number of people to die at the very beginning of the season is completely unacceptable," he said. "We came here looking for adventure, to celebrate Everest, but for something like this to happen makes the whole thing seem pointless."

TGIN News 24x7
Posted: Apr 19, 2014 (05:17:17 AM)

Search resumes after Everest's climbing tragedy

KATHMANDU: Sherpa climbers aided by helicopters resumed a search on Saturday for four missing guides after an ice avalanche swept the lower slopes of Mount Everest, killing at least 12 in the deadliest accident on the world's highest mountain.

Climbers declared a four-day halt to efforts to scale the 8,848-metre (29,029-ft) summit and, while some decided to abandon their mission, others said they would go ahead after talking to their Nepali guides.

"I sat and counted 13 helicopter lifts - 12 were dead bodies flying overhead suspended by a long line from a helicopter," Tim Rippel of Peak Freaks Expeditions wrote in a blog.

"Everyone is shaken here at Base Camp. Some climbers are packing up and calling it quits, they want nothing to do with this. Reality has set in."

Shocked relatives wondered how they would cope without the men who take huge risks to earn up to $5,000 for a two-month expedition - around 10 times average annual pay in the isolated mountain kingdom.

"He was the only bread winner in the family," said 17-year-old Phinjum Sherpa, as she waited for the body of her uncle, Tenji Sherpa, at a Buddhist monastery in Kathmandu.

"I am shaken now the family has no one to support it. We have no one to take care of us."

The ice avalanche struck a perilous passage called the Khumbu Icefall, which is riddled with crevasses and piled with seracs - massive ice boulders or columns that can break free without warning.

Although relatively low on the mountain, climbers say it is one of the most dangerous points on Mount Everest. There are, however, no safer paths along the famous South Col route first scaled by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953.

The sherpas caught in the ice slide were ferrying equipment from Base Camp to Camp 1 - one of four waypoints that lie beneath Everest's South Face en route to the final climb to the peak.

Around 100 climbers and guides had already passed beyond the Khumbu Icefall to prepare their attempts on the summit. They are safe, but a new path will have to be made to make it possible to continue the expeditions.

Rippel's sherpas had lucky escapes - two had returned to base camp five minutes before the avalanche hit, while two were briefly trapped above the avalanche but managed to make their way down, he wrote.

The Himalayan Guides, a Nepali hiking group, said six of its sherpas had gone ahead of climbers they were accompanying in order to fix ropes and crack snow and ice to carve out a route, when they were caught and killed by the avalanche.

"Now we are concentrating on the rescue. Once that is over we will hold a meeting and decide what to do next," Bhim Raj Paudel, a member of the group, told Reuters.

His group is providing logistics for three expeditions on Mount Everest and four teams to the Lhotse and Nuptse peaks in the same region.

Lakpa Sherpa of the Himalayan Rescue Association told Reuters from the tented base camp near the incident site that a ground search party had begun climbing in clear weather on Saturday morning. Army helicopters were ready to offer support.

ICE RELEASE

The fatal incident was the result, climbers said, of a so-called ice release and not a more typical snow avalanche.

"When the serac hovering off the West Shoulder of Everest collapsed, it sent house-sized ice blocks all over the route," Alan Arnette, a climber and motivational speaker, wrote in an updated blog post from Base Camp.

"With hanging ice, it may stay there for decades or fall tomorrow - there is no way of knowing or predicting."

Californian climber Adrian Ballinger described the Khumbu Icefall as the "corridor of calamity" in a video shot on a past expedition that showed massive ice blocks overhanging his path.

"It's always the most dangerous part of the mountain to climb, because the ice is constantly moving, there's so many crevasses and seracs where you need to use ladders and ropes to get through the very technical terrain," he told Reuters.

Above stands a feature called the West Shoulder that can shed avalanches on a "pretty regular basis", said Ballinger, who works for Alpenglow Expeditions and was preparing to leave for Nepal.

"Whenever we're in it, and whenever anyone's in it, we're very conscious of moving as quickly and as efficiently as possible because there is this sort of uncontrolled risk."

Sherpas often make 20-25 round trips to carry kit and supplies to advanced camps, exposing them to greater risk. The most endangered are the so-called Icefall Doctors - a team that maintains and fixes the route.

DEATH RISK

It was first major avalanche of this year's climbing season on Everest, which has been scaled by more than 4,000 climbers.

Some 250 mountaineers have died on the mountain, which is on the border between Nepal and the Chinese region of Tibet and can be climbed from both sides in a season that is cut short in late May by rainy-season clouds cloaking the Himalayas.

Expedition leaders reported that there was anger among some guides after the government announced immediate payments of $400 to the victims' families to cover funeral costs. Insurance cover typically amounts to $5,000.

"The government doesn't do anything for the welfare of sherpas," said Chhechi Sherpa, a sister of 37-year-old Ang Kaji Sherpa, who was killed on Friday and leaves elderly parents and a family with six children.

"It makes good money from tourists and climbers but doesn't care about the sherpas who struggle to support their families. The government must look after the kids and old parents of those Sherpas who died in the avalanche."

More tourists have raised concerns about safety and environmental damage, although Nepal still plans next year to cut fees for those wishing to do the trek.

The government has issued permits to 334 foreign climbers this season, up from 328 for all of last year. An equal number of guides also climb to help the foreign mountaineers.

"The atmosphere at Base Camp is now of shock and of grieving," Scottish film maker Ed Wardle told Britain's Channel 4 News on Friday night, adding that "many of the expeditions here will pack up and go home".

"For this number of people to die at the very beginning of the season is completely unacceptable," he said. "We came here looking for adventure, to celebrate Everest, but for something like this to happen makes the whole thing seem pointless."

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Posted: Apr 19, 2014 (08:36:55 AM) | Updated: Apr 19, 2014 (09:09:51 AM)
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Just went to Raj's blew a tenner on 3bottles of...
Posted: Apr 18, 2014 (05:53:28 AM)
Just went to Raj's blew a tenner on 3bottles of white lightning and 1 can Orangeboom gona stand outside the nav and bare knuckle fight anyone who wants some ....by the way it's for charity for Big A to be a Size 10 again Adrian Shearan

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Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
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anak buah Dhe Nita Embem Aditya Adrian Mandasari Putriaditya Ikbar Ibee VheRha Nie Andre Riyan

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Clueless group of noobs bank $898 in 24hrs?

Here’s a question for you:

How can you made $150.49, $176.22, $318.91, $311.51…

… in just 3hrs …

… without a website, without affiliates, without Facebook,
without Youtube, without writing content, without forums,
without eBay/Amazon/Craigslist…

… and without any tools or software?

If you already know the answer, then congratulations,
you’ve made it.

But if you’re still not sure, then watch this now:

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This video is about as jaw dropping as it gets…

… watch as Adrian takes 6 totally random people off
the street, and gets them to make their own first paycheck
with ONE simple, untapped online system.

Let me tell you…

… this might be the most direct and simple way to
tap into the money flowing around the internet today…

… but without burning out on technical stuff, or hiring staff,
or learning a ton of different things just to get started.

Once you see this short video, you’ll see what I mean:

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… and has happy customers to prove it?

Wouldn’t you rather walk into a joint that has happy
people inside, eating like kings, instead of seeing p**sed
off people walking out, looking hungry and tired?

Go here to get your feast on:

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Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
What happened Allen P Martineau ? Jenny Morse shared Boston Red Sox's photo.

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Ce faci cand dispar 2 fete dintr-un grup, dupa ora 12 noaptea in mijlocul pustietatii, al padurii, iar unul dintre cei prezenti sustine ca a auzit voci de barbati si un "chitait" de femeie?!
Raspuns: Te faci ca suni la politie, lumea se panicheaza si striga fetele care ies din ascunzis. Apoi le continui farsa intorcandu-le situatia impotriva lor.
"Politia vine in 10 minute si pentru farse amenda e de la 200-500 euro"...
Strangem bani de mituit politia, mai speriem putin minorii din grup dupa care privim satisfacuti chipurile victimelor care nu si-au imaginat ca vanatorul poate deveni vanat atat de usor :P

O seara pe cinste!!!

Cu: Stepan Adrian, Oana Alboni, Diana Voinescu, Codrin Dragoi, Heller Valentin, Pusa Oliviu, Loredana Dragoi, Olivia Louise Luca (13?!)

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
night facebook back when ever pacccce =P love my 4-A class this year always fun with--- Mark Adrian Tionson

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Pew, Adrian is too rugged, snaggin with someone. Who was already taken, juss rugged. "That's how you know you're Northern", that's coming from Adrian. Ha!
>:P

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Haddddd' A Bomb Time Todaiii Aht Cowabunga ? ( Ithink Thats How Its Spelled aha; I'm Stupid ;p ) With Ana Mariin &&' Adrian Pelaez [: <3' #GoodTimesWithThem' .

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Meu caro Bruce Dickinson, você é meu vocalista favorito de todos os tempos.
Inclusive admiro você por várias de suas atitudes "extra-music" como, por exemplo, quando você simplesmente destruiu a Britney Spears e os críticos que a chuparam durante o Rock in Rio (no Brasil) de 2001 - aliás, porque aquilo não foi para a edição final do DVD, hein?

Outra atitude interessante sua foi durante o show de 2011 em São Paulo - eu estava lá - durante "Blood Brothers". Você teve o moral de mandar um idiota da pista VIP ir tomar no c* por apontar uma m*rd* de laser nos seus olhos. Perfeitamente plausível, eu teria feito o mesmo, já que o cara estava te prejudicando e não te pagou pra isso, mas sim pra cantar junto com o Maiden por pelo menos 90 minutos.

Sua última atitude, porém, me deixou intrigado. Um carinha estava na grade em frente ao palco do Maiden e, enquanto o Adrian soltava as primeiras notas de "Wasted Years" há uma ou duas semanas, você soltou a seguinte pachorra a um presente: "O cara de camisa branca! Você esteve mandando suas mensagens de texto durante as últimas três músicas! Seu idiota!". Cara, você sabe o porquê daquilo? De repente o cara recebeu uma notícia preocupante ou até mesmo muito grave, e precisava se comunicar de alguma forma, e aquela seria a forma. Ou mesmo que o cara estivesse perdendo o show pra mandar mensagens babacas, isso não é a mesma coisa que enfiar um laser dentro do seu olho, cara! Você recebeu a sua grana do mesmo jeito, fez seu show do mesmo jeito e - pode acreditar - o cara não estava te prejudicando em nada.

Ficar velho não é sinônimo de parar no tempo mas, pelo visto, às vezes você, caro Bruce, esquece disso, não é? Infelizmente, hoje é mais interessante pra galera mexer na p*rr* de um super celular do que ler Oscar Wilde, por exemplo - e não há nada que você ou eu possamos fazer, então conviva com isso! Lembra daquela música de uma banda que, inclusive, é uma de suas referências, "You don't have to be old to be wise", do Judas Priest? Então... Por favor, o título não é "You don't have to be wise to be old", não confunda as coisas. Provavelmente você tenha magoado um fã da banda, um cara que talvez e assim como eu tivesse o sonho de te conhecer e, talvez por necessidade, talvez não, tenha recebido como primeiro diálogo do cara que ele admira(va) um "Seu idiota".

Com o perdão pela sinceridade, o idiota nessa história toda foi você, e somente você.

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Sitting here with my little brothers my hubby nd kiko missing adrian .... Just got done eating dinner was DELICIOUSSS :p im full ass hell lmao but it feels good outside cause from me cooking its hot but hmu.... Who wanna talk

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Prietenii mei de la Antena 3, alde Dana Grecu si Radu Tudor, Mihai Gadea si Victor Ciutacu, Oana Stancu si Adrian Ursu etc s-au intrebunintat la maximum sa il dea jos pe Dictator. Au dat cu dejectii in tot ce era portocaliu ridicand osanale lui Voiculescu, Antonescu si Ponta. Pentru referndum au facut si spoturi in care chemau oamenii la vot de parca romanii nu stiu singuri daca sa mearga sau nu la urne. In mai putin de 2 ore se va termina cu balciul uselist si atunci se va vedea cat de mult a contat toata miscarea de trupe a trustului Intact. Mi-am adus aminte ca "la cererea cititorilor" Jurnalul National a reeditat cartulia "Adevarata fata a lui T.B.". Reeditata cu cateva zile inainte de referendum. Te pui cu cererea publicului? Nu stiu daca s-a obervat, dar mi-e scarba de postul Antena 3 si de modul in care inteleg cei de acolo sa faca presa.:P

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
There are times when the Red Sox are thankful to play at Yankee Stadium.
Times such as yesterday, according to Adrian Gonzalez.
Gonzalez unleashed a three-hit day — missing a fourth hit on a fine running catch in right-center by Ichiro Suzuki — but his biggest hit was a three-run homer in the fifth inning that the Red Sox first baseman felt would have been an out in Boston.
“It’s a 320-foot pop-up in the gap that gets out. That’s all Yankee Stadium,” Gonzalez said after the Red Sox gave away the lead, but came back in the ninth with two runs against Rafael Soriano for a much-needed 8-6 victory. “So I’m just glad we were playing here and not Fenway [Park].”

JEFF ZELEVANSKY; GETTY IMAGES (ABOVE)
OUT OF ICH: Ichiro Suzuki scales the right-field fence, but can’t reach a three-run home run by the Red Sox’s Adrian Gonzalez in the fourth inning of the Yankees’ eventual 8-6 loss last night.

Adrian Gonzalez

Sometimes the launching pad in The Bronx works for the opponent. But Boston manager Bobby Valentine simply felt Gonzalez, who delivered an RBI double in a three-run first against CC Sabathia, simply was locked in and “determined” to help the Red Sox reverse their recent falling fortunes.
“Gonzo was ready to play today,” Valentine said. “He was determined — as was this whole team. He swung the bat great today.”
Gonzalez, who raised his season numbers to 10 homers and a team-best 62 RBI, said all that mattered was a win. Not his three hits. Not his jumping on Sabathia fastballs. The win, which he said was “huge” because it came after the Red Sox had been knocked down by a Yankees uprising in the eighth.
The Red Sox admittedly were a little lucky — Curtis Granderson misplayed Pedro Ciriaco’s ninth-inning drive to center into an RBI triple (Ciriaco later scored).
“[Granderson is] a really good outfielder. I’m just glad he misread it at the right time for us,” Gonzalez said.
But none of it will matter a whole heckuva lot if the Red Sox don’t continue to win.
“Soriano has been really good all year. Gonzalez said. “It was great for us to pull it off and get the win against a great pitcher. ... It was huge.
“But we face another really good pitcher tomorrow: Kuroda. If we can get that we can get some momentum.”


Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/yankees/going_going_gonzo_iy7mnZgMAFtsR8Z6KprnZN#ixzz222hnxNNS There are times when the Red Sox are thankful to play at Yankee Stadium. Times such as yesterday, according to Adrian Gonzalez. Gonzalez unleashed a three-hit day — missing a fourth hit on a...

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
MAMATAY KA NA BITCH..HINDI KO INOPEN YUNG PICTURE PERO NAANINAG KO. BITCH, BETTER DIE BEFORE I HUNT YOU! BEBE TINGNAN MO TONG BABAENG MAMATAY NA BUKAS Adrian P Sibbaluca Ka Lai Yui shared ~Admin rOseLiOツ's photo.

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Cover Picture ko sa Carlaaaa!! :P Bwahaha. :) Quiet lang ha. Wag nyu sasabhin kay Adrian. :>

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Handsomest guys that lms Adrian:] Luis:p & Enrique[:
Sorry I couldnt tag you guys<3

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Tomando una chela con mi amigis Adrian smh ^_^
Aver si no se enborracha :p

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Salamat Adrian Dela Cruz! After breaking up with me, unfriending me on facebook now, ipapa- blater mo p aq at ksama pa tatay mo, pra kang baklang batang sumbungero! Hahaha! Babalik din sau lhat ng ginawa mo, freak! Tsk tsk..how fool I am n nkilala p kita!

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Richard Blondet shared Caribbean Cultural Center (CCCADI)'s photo.

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
ERIC PRYDZ, EXCISION, PORTER ROBINSON, PAUL VAN DYK
HARDWELL, BINGO PLAYERS, SHOWTEK, NOISIA, DOCTOR P, ARTY, ADRIAN LUX
LE CASTLE VANIA, EVA SIMONS, THE EYE, AUDREY NAPOLEON, KERLI, STEPHAN JACOBS, COLE PLANTE (This is all San Diego baby for Identity Festival 2012! x) I'm definitely going now!)

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
My w.e was the best missh ever !:

Friday

Kerikeri - pizza for dinnz
Waitangi - Everybody talks and Sunshine Sound System - rocking the boat
Back to Kerikeri - Rock Salt, mad korero's with Zane p.s Spittin everyword in my face
Meeting new kuzzie braau John Chapman beautiful wahine, watching Adrian Heretuku gettin b slapped ! 20min NO LIES of RECORDED fights !! massive rumbles lots of security, bouncers & cops - sorry Zinzan !!
Kaikohekohe - 2 hour moe

Sataday

Whangaz - Markets to get oysters that had sold out
Town - Shop shop shop whanau time
Night life - RYhno's, heapsa mates Malbas - Jade & her girl, Sandra , Irene & Clare (so good to see koke faces ) ! Heven drama's with my kuzin and miri Broke and Mere
RYhno's - jabbed in the eye by a tongan, nek mintue im one of them :p - Jacking all the ladies out with Wally talkin slimy, losing a frend because .... wanted to be more than frends -eating hot doggs cause apparentlyhungry, soba driving to tiki ! watchn dogs run for balls at da rugby feild.

Sunday

roaming cold windy rainy town with my brauu, scoffing b.k's and slurping sundays in a cup ... sleepy on my drive home.. pullover to kawakawa for quick nap .. NIGHT TIME sheesh ... kaikohekohe quick nap in da kaa, straight up home to my nannys.. one word KIAORA then crashed out..

Monday

Speedy drive thru to Kaikohekohe... Mahi... :/

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
<3 ::: "Yo Adrian, I Did It!" ::: Rocky ::: =P

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
hai sa o ziceam si p-astea..... http://www.amma.ro Adrian Minune - Mandra floare trandafir Album: Etno Party LIKE US: http://www.facebook.com/ammarecord RADIO: http://www.radioplayone.com

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1TrCQZ6ZXY
Volvio la alegría vieja!!!!!!!!!!!! :p

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Adrian Popescu shared a link. Football (soccer) Manager on Facebook! Create and manage your own Football (soccer) club.

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Adrian Love Hairstylist Barber shared a link. Show casing my hairdressing and barbering skills.

Posted: Dec 31, 1969 (05:00:00 PM)
Rajendra Baishnab shared a link. LIKE Nepalisangalo on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nepalisangalo Content Association: Red House Music, NepDallas Production, Kantipur Films






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