- Cynical Indulgence - (Shmeng is not a Gothic site)May 26, 2024 - 10:26 AM  
Welcome to  Shmeng
 Home | Articles | Galleries | Forums | Site Info | Web Links | Reviews | Register 
Forums Section

Forums

Notes
 not logged in

Chat
Normal Rooms
General4 users
AntiStaticCleaningWi, melinda_halliwell_tu, Mistress_SinisterLov, littlegothgirlthatco

Who's Online
Currently no members online:)

You are an anonymous user. You can register for free by clicking here
We have 74 guests online !

Distractions

   User ID:  Pass:        Forgot Password? click here or  Join here
Forums
You are not logged in

< Last Thread   Next Thread ><<  1    2  >>Ascending sortDescending sorting  
Author: Subject: A sudden matter of fashion

Extreme Fanatic





Posts: 856
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 01:06 PM
Looking around where I live and where I go I see something that has me pretty much confused and mildly dejected.
Since when was it fashionable to hate and speak out against America?
We're supposed to be the good guys...but it seems the popular kids have said otherwise, and everyone's going along for the ride...it's like a weird high school thing
These are Nations, not children...the history of the world is wrought in the blood of nations, for good or ill. War happens...period, at least it's happening for a somewhat decent reason...and funny, America has spearheaded the modern aspect of war...you know, the one in which the juggernaut that it could be is stifled, and the least amount of people killed, are.
I think it's interesting how wild and far-flung things can go...nothing specific of course, but it all takes on a bilicial nastiness sooner or later.
What the hell?
In any case, THIS forum is for about talking about the good things in Americ, and the counterpoints of all th nastiness...despite our loyal opposition to the war, there's still gotta' be something good about this place right? I certainly hope so.
Personally, I like it when the world doesn't much like us...I never was part of the incrowd.
I think a very damn good thing about America is, we haul of and feed so many damned people, period...a lot of times for no benefit. Air dropped MRE's for nations wihout food...hows that for fucking very nice of us.

Oh yeah, one last thing...no matter how much you hate, loathe or boo and hiss against the war...don't ever sink so low that your start insulting the soldiers, sailors and marines. They have zero say in where they go, or what they do...if you hate the plan, still support the troops...I gaurantee you, all they want to do is go the fuck home.

 

____________________
In the valley of the Goats, the Goat Fucker is King

 

Fanatic




Posts: 289
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 04:01 PM
I'm sorry to say I will not be able to participate in this forum.

 

____________________
It is only through the lack of sex that humanity derives the need for an all encompassing blind love. And in that moment of extreme horniness with no relief in sight, in that moment can be found the birth of religion.
-Me

 

Extreme Fanatic




Posts: 856
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 04:20 PM
The bleakness of this is disturbing to say the least...

Fuck it, I'm proud to be an American...even if no one is proud of America anymore.
the best thing about her...is sure she has her problems...but we can fucking fix those. Us, remember...We The People?
Actually can do shit...it just takes time and effort.
I expected at least a few people would remember the good things...I sincerely hope I'm not wrong...

 

____________________
In the valley of the Goats, the Goat Fucker is King

 

Extreme Fanatic




Posts: 893
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 05:07 PM
You go, Dolo! Like the bumper sticker said... 'I LOVE my country... Its the GOVERNMENT I'm afraid of...'

America rocks... Where else can you get such a mix of kickass? The nostalgia, the romance, the adventure, the inventiveness...

Where else can you get cowboys? (Okay, fine... I'll allow vaqueros, but the idealized cowboy is USA-born)

Where else can you go to the highest place in North America?
Where else can you go to the lowest place in the western hemisphere?
Where else can you find mountains, deserts, beaches, swamps, plains, jungle, and tundra in one country?

America ROCKS!
America has asians, europeans, and africans in its collective blood. Where else can you find so much diversity except the UN building (which just so happens to be on you-know-what soil)?
America has won 8 out of 9 wars in its 200+ year history. THAT is American might, right there! Even when we were a group of measly 13 half-arse colonies, we were strong enough to tell the british off. TWICE!
Who picked Europe out of its own mess during a Word War? TWICE?
Who fought a long and bloody civil war and came out stronger than ever before?

Who achieved the grand feat, nay, engineering MIRACLE, of sending 3 men to the moon, landing, and safely bringing them back again?

Who has grand areas of wonderful wild lands, and pledges to keep them free from man's manipulating hand, simply for the sake of nature's own? (I know, other countries do, particularly Russia, but we're working on it. I hope.)

Who has a long history of the little guy standing up against the Man and winning?
Who puts such great stress on personal freedoms and choice?
Who helps the little guy by putting a cap on Monopolies?
Who had a leader as likeable as Teddy Roosevelt? As enduring as FDR? As friendly as Jimmy Carter?

Who takes care to patrol the international waters (figuratively) and use its sole supremacy for the good of the world? (or at least, tries to)

America has freedom.
America has opportunity.
America has Aerosmith, America (who has a freakin' band named after them?), the Eagles, Jimi Hendrix, Boston, Janis Joplin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Doors, Carlos Santana, Styx, Van Halen, and ZZ Top. And I'm just reading from the list of bands at the classic rock station's website... You're in for a load of trouble if I go to the modern rock station as well, or backwards to the 60s...

And as we all know... after everything's said and done, its really just a beer and a song that gets us to the next day...

 

____________________
Piggy's got the Conch!

 

Fanatic




Posts: 598
Registered: 24/8/2002
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 06:26 PM
Wow, I was going to come on and say some stuff, but you just said it all, Bootsie!

 

____________________
Okay, dazzle me.

 

Extreme Fanatic




Posts: 759
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 07:01 PM
Where else can you get cowboys? (Okay, fine... I'll allow vaqueros, but the idealized cowboy is USA-born)

Where else can you go to the highest place in North America?
Something we recently bought and are still trying to sort out the natives…

Where else can you go to the lowest place in the western hemisphere?
Great so we are the manic then too! (I had to say it. C'mon you knew I was gonna make some lame joke here)

Where else can you find mountains, deserts, beaches, swamps, plains, jungle, and tundra in one country?
Russia for one. Then maybe China too. Well gee all the countries that cover VAST amounts of land. And then of course there is Hawaii that has it all and is merely a country that we occupy.

America ROCKS!
America has asians, europeans, and africans in its collective blood. Where else can you find so much diversity except the UN building (which just so happens to be on you-know-what soil)?
2 points here:
1) Every other "first" or "second" world country. And all the rest since care workers and journalists come in all shapes and sizes.
2)The United Nations has six main organs. Five of them — the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, the Trusteeship Council and the Secretariat — are based at UN Headquarters in New York. The sixth, the International Court of Justice, is located at The Hague in the Netherlands.


America has won 8 out of 9 wars in its 200+ year history. THAT is American might, right there! Even when we were a group of measly 13 half-arse colonies, we were strong enough to tell the british off. TWICE!
keep in mind all the "attacks". "Police actions" and "lending our strengths" that we have done, and what we as a nation paid for them. And most wars have ended in treaties, not victories. And we don’t talk about the ones that we lost, we don’t even call them wars.

Who picked Europe out of its own mess during a Word War? TWICE?
And how long did it take for us to do so? And what did we do to our own citizens while "we the people" pressured our leaders to let us go to war? Oh and how much money did we owe them before the first one?

Who fought a long and bloody civil war and came out stronger than ever before?
Most historians don’t see it that way. They see instead the lost of states right's, certain other human rights (since slavery was not really the core issues any more than Saddam is the core reason for this new action), and the beginning of the new oligarchy that rules us now.

Who achieved the grand feat, nay, engineering MIRACLE, of sending 3 men to the moon, landing, and safely bringing them back again? I think you mean who did it first here right? Not who all has done it since that would be a rather long list at this point in history

Who has grand areas of wonderful wild lands, and pledges to keep them free from man's manipulating hand, simply for the sake of nature's own? (I know, other countries do, particularly Russia, but we're working on it. I hope.) I glad you added a little balance to this one

Who has a long history of the little guy standing up against the Man and winning?
France? Germany? Russian? Ireland? China? Vietnam? India? Every other mother loving country in the world?

Who puts such great stress on personal freedoms and choice?
considering how long it took for us to "let" women vote, allow the abortions that were all ready going on, let the Indians off the Reservations, and slow the burning of books, I really think this one is obvious.
Who helps the little guy by putting a cap on Monopolies? And where did we learn it from you might ask? Who taught us about things like unions, and minimum wages and vaction time? Go on ask me.

Who had a leader as likeable as Teddy Roosevelt? As enduring as FDR? As friendly as Jimmy Carter?
History has been full of leaders. Do you REALLY need me to answer this one for you?

Who takes care to patrol the international waters (figuratively) and use its sole supremacy for the good of the world? (or at least, tries to) or at least trys to get the propagandists to make it seem that way.

America has freedom. of a sort, but then so do most countries. Of a sort.

America has opportunity. of a sort, but then again that is true all over, depending on what kind of opportunity you are looking for.

America has Aerosmith, America (who has a freakin' band named after them?), the Eagles, Jimi Hendrix, Boston, Janis Joplin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Doors, Carlos Santana, Styx, Van Halen, and ZZ Top. And I'm just reading from the list of bands at the classic rock station's website... You're in for a load of trouble if I go to the modern rock station as well, or backwards to the 60s...
yah sure but then there is the Stones, Beatles, "new wave", etc. and really you could have mentioned Louis Armstrong in there too…

And as we all know... after everything's said and done, its really just a beer and a song that gets us to the next day... Like we learned from Germany lo these many years ago

 

Extreme Fanatic




Posts: 759
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 07:25 PM
ok that was pissy and mean. I appology.
But really when in your minds did "we the people" become seperate from "our government"? Arent they supposed to be elected to enact what "we the people" want?
When has this country ever held to free speach? Ok free speach that wasnt Anglo Protestant based.
When has this country ever held to freedom of religion?

More interestingly how long ago was it that laws passed that allow and demand the governemnt to subsidize Protestant Christian churchs, allow wire taps on ANY individual that is a "threat", and criminalize the state of poverty?

Come on people lets finish one "war" before we start. we are throwing wars on drugs, crime, and now terrorism. that is alot to take on, even for the most "powerful" (and now the most politically isolated) country.

We candebate specific points or we can debate far reaching policies. It really doesnt matter. I know what i have seen, read, and lived. you (the plural you here) know what you have seen, read and lived. My ecperiences helped to shape my views. Yours (plural again) did the same for you (i hope rather than you ignoring what you see and instead just "believing" what you have been told).

If enough people from enough geographical and financial walks of life rise up and fight back, we could change things. I spend 20 years fighting for change, some at my parents side and the rest as an adult risking jail. I saw things change. Now i am seeing them change back.
Sorry soory. let me just stop again. Again i apologize for cutting up on your post Ironboots. that was lame a wrong of me. Sorry everyone else that read thru it and this one.

 

Extreme Fanatic




Posts: 893
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 08:32 PM
*shrugs* Its cool, Callei. Just goes to show there's two sides to everything...

But I believe that Dolo formed this forum solely to talk about the good things. We all know that America could be better, get its head out of its ass, take a humbling or two, and just generally get along better, but we just gotta wait for it...
Anytime you have a government, you have bureaucracy. And when you have bureaucracy, then it takes a -very- long time to affect change civilly.

 

____________________
Piggy's got the Conch!

 

Extreme Fanatic




Posts: 658
Registered: 27/5/2002
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 09:24 PM
I have alot of problems with the way this country is run but I still love the country itself. Not that I'm a patriot at all but hell, I've been to a few other countries and we have it made here!

The establishment is CROOKED! Yes! 100% This war is total BS!

On the other hand, I was just in a country where a comedian got into alot of trouble for making a few jokes about the Prime Minister. Every, ten seconds, some media outlet is making fun of whoever's in power no matter who it is!

Sure America sucks, but I'd be lieing if I said there wasn't worse.

 

____________________

i wanted to die, and then it progressed into wanting everyone else to die so i could watch, and then me die.

-ickgirl

 

Extreme Fanatic




Posts: 618
Registered: 27/9/2002
Status: Offline

  posted on 20/3/2003 at 09:59 PM
Hey, I may speak my mind about things I don't like happening or the way certain things are happening, but I always love my country...always.

I'm proud as hell to be an American...even if it's not fashionable or the "in" thing to still love America. I've seen and heard so much at this point in my life, that I am happy as hell to know that I can bitch about the way things are being done and not get punished for talking about it. Sure there are guidelines that you can't cross, but as long as those guidelines don't get crossed (even though that's actually censorship, but at least it only mild compared to most places), then you can say exactly how much you like or don't like something. I mean the government won't go for anarchy, but they will go for letting you express your being very displeased with something or someone. When my dad didn't like a politician or a president as much as the guy he'd voted for, then he'd say "Well I didn't vote for him, but I support him, cuz like it or not...he is the leader and most people wanted him there." So the way my dad thought, is pretty much the way I've come to think myself. There are a lot of checks and balances, so that overall we still usually end up having things pretty good for the most part here. If nothing else, I'm glad I have bitching rights.

Okay, I've had a hard day today, not sure what did and didn't make sense. I know where I was trying to go with this, but not sure it made any sense to anyone but me.

 

____________________
"When choosing between two evils, I always like to try the one I've never tried before." ~Mae West


 

Extreme Fanatic




Posts: 856
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 21/3/2003 at 01:02 PM
Hells yeah....

She may be sick, and possibly dying...but damn she's beautiful when she's being good.

 

____________________
In the valley of the Goats, the Goat Fucker is King

 

Occasional Poster




Posts: 12
Registered: 16/3/2003
Status: Offline

  posted on 21/3/2003 at 03:06 PM
So as not to aggravate myself should this site decide to devour my post once again, I will keep this short.

There is plenty about America to incite frustration. I'm frustrated with my country all the time. But, regardless of the fact that I often disagree with those currently running the government, that administrations are sometimes corrupt, that my fellow countrymen often do things that embarass me... I still love my country. And I love it enough that, if the need arose, I would stand at the frontlines for it.

So why do I love my country so much? Freedom. The freedom to have a say in political matters. The freedom to not care about political matters. The freedom to call the leader of my country an idiot. The freedom to be a complete and utter jerk off, even if no one else likes it. The freedom to be a porn fiend. The freedom to post messages on a board that will be read by hundreds, if not thousands of people across the world.

Sometimes we let all that freedom go to our heads and then we get greedy. Why? Because we're spoiled. Yup. Americans are brats. We have so much freedom that we start nitpicking. The truth is that, sure, we don't have total and absolute freedom, but who would want that? That would just be chaos. Besides, we already have more freedom than any other country out there. I think that's enough for me.

Normally, I'm a bit more eloquent, but the system seems to hate my posts, so this is third time I've had to write this sucker out. But, hopefully, you get my drift.

Stars and Stripes.

 

____________________
I'm your best friend.

 

Extreme Fanatic




Posts: 658
Registered: 27/5/2002
Status: Offline

  posted on 21/3/2003 at 08:01 PM
Well the truth is we're not free at all in the eyes of the government. The governement doesn't want us to know this of course, but freedom is something that no governement (or lack thereof for that matter) can provide. Freedom is something that is found within.

The government uses the word "freedom" to control us because the easiest way to keep the masses from rising up against yoo is to keep them happy.

The truth however is that, in the US we have ALOT of conveience that we should damn well be greatful for. The unfortunate thing is that a great deal of this conveience is at the expense of the rest of the world.

But I have talked to many immigrants and people who have lived for many years outside the country (for instance, my family) and many of them say the sam thing, that America is the best country in the world. And when I hear their stories I understand why.

I however, have had enough. I can't deal with this country anymore, not for awhile anyway. I'm moving (I know this isn't the first time I've said that) and I don't see myself coming back until things have cooled down.

 

____________________


i wanted to die, and then it progressed into wanting everyone else to
die so i could watch, and then me die.




-ickgirl

 

Member




Posts: 189
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 24/3/2003 at 03:32 PM
Well I like living here, cant see myself living anywhere else really.

 

____________________
Guns are good, Guns are great...Kill the people that you hate!

 

Fanatic




Posts: 241
Registered: 16/7/2002
Status: Offline

  posted on 25/3/2003 at 05:20 AM
Well, what I dislike the most is how such a big part of the rest of the world - 'mine' included - seem to be in such a hurry to adopt into the prototypical american traits. I AM sorry that a lot of non-americans seems to jump blindfolded and with both hands tied into the deep end of that pool.

I do however look immensly forward to see a few pieces of your US of A first hand.
I know for a fact that there are a hell of a lot good people over there, including many of those I don't agree that much with.
I also know that there are a lot of amazing stuff being done or made over there that couldn't possibly take place anywhere else, because of or in spite of all the things I find weird or scary.

Oh, and I was going to say some incredibly nice stuff now, but somebody mentioned Carlos Santana, so I won't

 

____________________
All stressed out and no one to choke...



 

Occasional Poster




Posts: 12
Registered: 16/3/2003
Status: Offline

  posted on 25/3/2003 at 01:34 PM
I can understand much of the frustration that people have with our country. I think that, especially in these recent events, our administration and even our people have made some pretty whack decisions. Sometimes it's downright embarassing to read the news.

But I still love this country. When you have so many people, you're bound to have issues and conflict. I accept that.

I'm not too happy with the current heads of our country, however I trust them not to run us into the ground. And, even then, we still have the power to remove them.

We are cranky and untrusting people... yet we find a way to co-exist. Our tremendous mixture of cultures, minds, tastes and ideas has made us the most innovative, productive and wealthy country in the world. Given, yes, that position is tenuous at best and requires a careful hand to maintain, but I think that we can.

We have issues. Many of them. But I refuse to give up on my country.

 

____________________
I'm your best friend.

 

Fanatic




Posts: 241
Registered: 16/7/2002
Status: Offline

  posted on 25/3/2003 at 06:56 PM
Again, this is only because of the Santana remark!

the most ... and wealthy country in the world.

The Outstanding Public Debt as of 26 Mar 2003 at 01:43:17 AM GMT is:
$ 6,466,739,564,901.15
The estimated population of the United States is 290,571,937
so each citizen's share of this debt is $22,255.21.

My source.

OK - back to the praising!
(Can't stop by this forum only to nag...)
OK, one thing I've noticed from reading posts by vegans and vegetarians, you seem to have great options for those who chose to have alternative diets.

 

____________________
All stressed out and no one to choke...

/>



 

Member




Posts: 189
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 25/3/2003 at 07:00 PM
Cant wait till ya get here KatB, hope I get to see you on your visit. One day I will have to come visit you and see for myself just how good those apples are!! MMMMMM apples!

 

____________________
Guns are good, Guns are great...Kill the people that you hate!

 

Occasional Poster




Posts: 12
Registered: 16/3/2003
Status: Offline

  posted on 26/3/2003 at 03:00 AM
Whoop! Looks like I got burned!

Okay, ya got me there Kat. I really can't cover for the national debt. I'll retract "wealthy," especially because it was the only word I could think of at the moment. Oh, well!

 

____________________
I'm your best friend.

 

Fanatic




Posts: 463
Registered: 31/12/1969
Status: Offline

  posted on 26/3/2003 at 08:30 AM
I think that the debt as you put it isn't an accurate dipiction of wealth. I have a student loan payment, and a car payment. This totals somewhere around the amount you stated.

However, do to my current salary, I can makethe payments easily and have money left over. Even Bill Gates probably has some kind of debt going against him. Doesn't mean he isn't one wealthy bastard.

I'd say that debt only comes into the count when it is more than can be handled. How many people in america are so deep in debt that they can't swim?

 

____________________
Sometimes I dream about dinosaurs shopping for cargo shorts at the Gap. Does that make me a bad person?

 
<<  1    2  >>  


 Home | Articles | Galleries | Forums | Site Info | Web Links | Reviews | Register 
All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. The comments are property of their posters, the rest © 2001 by VibeChild.com Add shmeng_syn to your Live Journal Friends List. If you have a website check the webmasters section - You can get this site on your Palm Pilot using This link - By using this website, you are agreeing to abide by our Terms of Use. If you are a bot thinking of spamming members, get your email addresses here
Buy Viagra Without Prescription
Buy Vigra Without Prescription
Buy Viarga Without Prescription
Buy Cialis Without Prescription
Buy Clomid Without Prescription
Buy Levitra Without Prescription
Buy Propecia Without Prescription
Buy Kamagra Without Prescription
Buy Accutane Without Prescription
Buy Zithromax Without Prescription
Buy Amoxil Without Prescription
Buy Zovirax Without Prescription
Buy Deltasone Without Prescription
Buy Topamax Without Prescription
Buy Lexapro Without Prescription
Buy Flomax Without Prescription
Buy Flagyl Without Prescription
Buy Synthroid Without Prescription
Buy Inderal Without Prescription
Buy Tenormin Without Prescription
Buy Keflex Without Prescription
Buy Diflucan Without Prescription
Buy Lasix Without Prescription
Buy Celebrex Without Prescription
Buy Doxycycline Without Prescription
Buy Zocor Without Prescription
Buy Premarin Without Prescription
Buy Celexa Without Prescription
Buy Norvasc Without Prescription
Buy Hydrochlorothiazide Without Prescription
Buy Nexium Without Prescription
Buy Cytotec Without Prescription
Buy Misoprostol Without Prescription
Buy Neurontin Without Prescription
Buy Levaquin Without Prescription
Buy Zyprexa Without Prescription
Buy Astelin Without Prescription
Buy Zetia Without Prescription
Buy Diclofenac Without Prescription
Buy Antabuse Without Prescription
Buy Arimidex Without Prescription
Buy Phenergan Without Prescription
Buy Paxil Without Prescription
Buy Differin Without Prescription
Buy Nizoral Without Prescription
Buy Valtrex Without Prescription
Buy Plan B Without Prescription
Buy Fosamax Without Prescription
Buy Diovan Without Prescription
Buy Betapace Without Prescription
Buy Reglan Without Prescription
Buy Rhinocort Without Prescription
Buy Cozaar Without Prescription
Buy Accupril Without Prescription
Buy Septilin Without Prescription
Buy Zyrtec Without Prescription
Buy Aldactone Without Prescription
Buy Benicar Without Prescription
Buy Flonase Without Prescription
Buy Atacand Without Prescription
Buy Hytrin Without Prescription
Buy Ditropan Without Prescription
Buy Rumalaya Without Prescription
Buy Prinivil Without Prescription
Buy Medrol Without Prescription
Buy Revia Without Prescription
Buy Naltrexone Without Prescription
Buy Parlodel Without Prescription
Buy Atrovent Without Prescription
Buy Aciphex Without Prescription
Buy Zelnorm Without Prescription
Buy Motrin Without Prescription
Buy Avandia Without Prescription
Buy Tetracycline Without Prescription
Buy Epivir Without Prescription
Buy Lamisil Without Prescription
Buy Sinequan Without Prescription
Buy Levlen Without Prescription
Buy Levonorgestrel Without Prescription
Buy Anafranil Without Prescription
Buy Seroquel Without Prescription
Buy Acai Without Prescription
Buy Micardis Without Prescription
Buy Aleve Without Prescription
Buy Claritin Without Prescription
Buy Nimotop Without Prescription
Buy Toprol Without Prescription
Buy Colchicine Without Prescription
Buy Cipro Without Prescription
Buy Tofranil Without Prescription
Buy Zanaflex Without Prescription
Buy Tizanidine Without Prescription
Buy Remeron Without Prescription
Buy Cardura Without Prescription
Buy Femara Without Prescription
Buy Provera Without Prescription
Buy Desyrel Without Prescription
Buy Imitrex Without Prescription
Buy Famvir Without Prescription
Buy Clarinex Without Prescription
Buy Buspar Without Prescription
Buy Lotensin Without Prescription
Buy Exelon Without Prescription
Buy Combivent Without Prescription
Buy Ventolin Without Prescription
Buy Diabecon Without Prescription
Buy Cymbalta Without Prescription
Buy Prilosec Without Prescription
Buy Omeprazole Without Prescription
Buy Flovent Without Prescription
Buy Noroxin Without Prescription
Buy Glucotrol Without Prescription
Buy Plavix Without Prescription
Buy Glucophage Without Prescription
Buy Bactrim Without Prescription
Buy Myambutol Without Prescription
Buy Dostinex Without Prescription
Buy Aricept Without Prescription
Buy Actos Without Prescription
Buy Lukol Without Prescription
Buy Rogaine Without Prescription
Buy Ampicillin Without Prescription
Buy Lamictal Without Prescription
Buy Retin Without Prescription
Buy Lipitor Without Prescription
Buy Chloroquine Without Prescription
Buy Arava Without Prescription
Buy Adalat Without Prescription
Buy Strattera Without Prescription
Buy Cleocin Without Prescription
Buy Relafen Without Prescription
Buy Crestor Without Prescription
Buy Maxalt Without Prescription
Buy Singulair Without Prescription
Buy Allegra Without Prescription
Buy Protonix Without Prescription
Buy Vermox Without Prescription
Buy Estrace Without Prescription
Buy Coumadin Without Prescription
Buy Advair Without Prescription
Buy Diamox Without Prescription
Buy Coreg Without Prescription
Buy Avapro Without Prescription
Buy Leukeran Without Prescription
Buy Prevacid Without Prescription
Buy Requip Without Prescription
Buy Zantac Without Prescription
Buy Erythromycin Without Prescription
Buy Zyvox Without Prescription
Buy Prednisolone Without Prescription
Buy Amaryl Without Prescription
Buy Actonel Without Prescription
Buy Evista Without Prescription
Buy Vantin Without Prescription
Buy Starlix Without Prescription
Buy Luvox Without Prescription
Buy Abilify Without Prescription
Buy Depakote Without Prescription
Buy Lozol Without Prescription
Buy Xenical Without Prescription
Buy Lotrisone Without Prescription
Buy Betnovate Without Prescription
Buy Risperdal Without Prescription
Buy Methotrexate Without Prescription
Buy Wellbutrin Without Prescription
Buy Mobic Without Prescription
Buy Altace Without Prescription
Buy Augmentin Without Prescription
Buy Effexor Without Prescription
Buy Nolvadex Without Prescription
Buy Biaxin Without Prescription
Buy Detrol Without Prescription
Buy Zyban Without Prescription
Buy Elavil Without Prescription
Buy Lioresal Without Prescription
Buy Allopurinol Without Prescription
Buy Lanoxin Without Prescription
Viagra pills canadian
Buy cheap viagra online now
Buy viagra usa
Buy viagra online no prescription
Canada viagra generic
Canadian women viagra
Viagra online without a prescription
Overnight viagra
Cheap viagra usa
Cheap viagra 100mg
Cheap viagra onaline
Viagra 50 mg
Cheap viagra no prescription
Best price viagra
Buy cheap online viagra
Viagra canada
Cheapest prices viagra
Generic viagra online
Viagra pfizer online
Viagra pills
Lowest price viagra
Viagra for sale
Canada no prescription viagra
Buy viagra in usa
Viagra generic
How can i buy viagra online
Buy viagra in canada
Buy viagra no prescription
Canadian viagra online
Overnight canadian viagra
Buy viagra online
Female viagra pills
Discount viagra online
Canadian generic viagra
Generic viagra canada
Cheap canadian viagra
Viagra low price
Viagra canada online pharmacy
Buy viagra online now
Viagra price comparison dosage
How get viagra
Generic viagra overnight
Viagra buy online
Generic viagra price
Viagra how fast does it work
Buy discount viagra
Viagra buy viagra online order viagra
Viagra online
Cost viagra online
Viagra in canada
Viagra online deals
Purchase viagra
Purchase viagra overnight delivery
Viagra for women
Cheap viagra now
Buy viagra
Viagra price
Cost of daily viagra
Viagra brand online
Viagra tablet weight
Viagra buy
Buy viagra on line
Viagra paypal
Viagra no prescriptions
Buy viagra online canada
Viagra online canada
Cheap viagra without a prescription
Buy cheap viagra
Viagra delivered overnight
Buy viagra online usa
Viagra soft tabs online
Buy viagra uk
Cheap viagra pills
Viagra drug
Viagra online no prescription
Generic viagra professional
Order generic viagra
Natural viagra
Buy viagra online wthout prescription
original brand viagra
Buy viagra professional
Low price viagra
Best viagra price
Buy cheap canadian viagra
Next day viagra
What is viagra professional
Viagra from canada
Levitra vs viagra
Buy cheap viagra usa
Viagra lowest price
Generic cialis canada
Cialis generic
Cheap canadian cialis
Cialis 100 mg
Cialis low price
Canadian generic cialis
Cialis pills
Best price cialis
Cialis canada online pharmacy
Cheap cialis usa
Buy cialis 20mg
Buy cialis online now
Cialis price comparison dosage
Canadian women cialis
How get cialis
Generic cialis overnight
Cialis buy online
Generic cialis price
Cialis how fast does it work
Buy discount cialis
Cialis buy cialis online order cialis
Cialis online
Cost cialis online
Cialis in canada
Cialis online deals
Buy cialis online no prescription
Purchase cialis
Purchase cialis overnight delivery
Cialis for women
Cheap cialis now
Discount cialis online
Buy cialis
Cialis 5 mg
Cialis 50 mg
Cialis price
Cost of daily cialis
Cialis brand online
Cialis tablet weight
Cialis buy
Buy cialis on line
Cialis paypal
Cialis no prescriptions
Buy cialis online canada
Cialis online canada
Cheap cialis without a prescription
Buy cheap cialis
Cialis delivered overnight
Buy cialis online usa
Cialis soft tabs online
Buy cialis uk
Cheap cialis pills
cialis drug
Cialis online no prescription
Generic cialis professional
Order generic cialis
Natural cialis
Buy cialis online wthout prescription
Buy cheap online cialis
original brand cialis
Buy cialis professional
Low price cialis
Best cialis price
Buy cheap canadian cialis
Next day cialis
What is cialis professional
Cialis from canada
Levitra vs cialis
Buy cheap cialis usa
cialis lowest price
Buy cialis online
Cialis pills canadian
Buy cheap cialis online now
Buy cialis usa
Canada cialis generic
Cialis online without a prescription
Overnight cialis
Cheap cialis onaline
Cheap cialis no prescription
Cialis canada
Cheapest prices cialis
Generic cialis online
Cialis pfizer online
Lowest price cialis
Cialis for sale
Canada no prescription cialis
Buy cialis in usa
How can i buy cialis online
Buy cialis in canada
Buy cialis no prescription
Canadian cialis online
Overnight canadian cialis
Female cialis pills