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ying-yang
пятого июля меня не станет с вами аж до двадцать шестого. полевая лингвистика зовёт.
впрочем, я постараюсь ещё что-нибудь хорошее сделать до отъезда :)

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  1. Torainodor

    Полевой лингвистике – УРА! УРА! УРА!

    А теперь главный вопрос: почему грудь вроде есть, а на руки ни намека?)))

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  2. xAoTuKc

    Torainodor
    это видимо чтобы снова локти не пришлось рисовать х)))

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  3. Катькоу

    Че за придирки? Прикольно и без рук. Ничего вы в искусстве не понимаете -_- тьфу!

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  4. Kel'Lear

    За этот инь-янг вполне можно поставить 5))) вот только чемто напоминает те рисунки которые не относятся к ПП)))))

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  5. Анонимно

    Пока грузилась картинка (гори в Аду Билайн-WiFi)
    Я успел три раза подумать пошлость.

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  6. FMgate

    Хм… а зачем рен в верх ногами подвесили? Это типа месть с комикса о ПМС? =)

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  7. Лиэс

    Карта! О_О только масти не хватает Оо

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  8. Катькоу

    я тож думала, что там что-то неприличное может быть :3 юхууу, даешь фансервис!

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  9. Kerpen

    Великолепно! учитывая заколку и резинку получаем инь и янь.
    можно украду картиночку?

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  10. Ventus

    мня… а полевая лингвистика – это когда всех опрашивают? *___*
    *немного дурак

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  11. Antik

    а мне оно напоминает обложку одной из глав Наруто… с Итачи и Саской…
    *да, я нарутятник :Ь …

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  12. пыщь

    вдруг показалось..
    img141. imageshack.us /img141/8391/ asren. jpg

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  13. alphyna

    Kerpen, можно :)

    Ventus, ага, именно так. во поле.

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  14. J.C.

    Хм, 21 день без комиксов, в твоем исполнении, пойдем оценивать твоих конкурентов)

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  15. Алекс

    Великолепно!
    Захоелось коврик под мышь с этим произведением…
    Или футболку..
    Я в восторге

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  16. merelj

    заранее чувствую себя человеком безо всякого художественного вкуса, но…
    интереснее всего было бы узнать, что такое «полевая лингвистика». потому что действительно представить себе не могу, что сие за зверь есть…

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  17. alphyna

    merelj, полевая лингвистика — это выезд во поле к языковому материалу и сбор его. ну то есть толпа лингвистов набегает на деревню, всячески опрашивает людей и делает какие-то выводы.

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  18. merelj

    это совершеннейше прекрасно.
    спасибо за пищу для изголодавшегося воображения; уже жду ночные кошмары с набегами лингвистов.
    .)..

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  19. Soma

    руки хде? как без них?

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  20. nike air classics

    Taifun «Haiyan» hat i am sp盲ten Sonntagabend perish K眉ste Vietns erreicht. Der Wirbelsturm traf um vier Uhr morgens Ortszeit (22 Uhr MESZ) Etwa 160 distance s眉d枚stlich der Hauptstadt Hanoi auf clinch, Wie das me amerikanische Taifun Warnzentrum JTWC mitteilte.
    nike air classics

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  21. cheap toms

    SAN ANGELO Buford Jay Adcock was 84 years and 12 days old at the time of his Heavenly homecoming. He was an active member of the Apostolic Temple of Pasadena, Texas, for the past 13 years. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. He has been a licensed minister with the United Pentecostal Church International since 1966 and established a Home Missions church in Jackson, Miss., in 1976. He was preceded in death by his parents, George E. Adcock and Ethel Capps Adcock; and his identical twin brother, Rupard Ray Adcock. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Jo Ann Stout Adcock; and his three sons, Larry Wells, Mike Wells of Arizona and Kenneth Wells of Colorado. 19, 1930, in Four Corners, Miss., Winston County. He died Monday, March 3, 2014, in Pasadena, Texas. Visitation was held Thursday at Apostolic Temple in Pasadena, Texas. Funeral service was Thursday at Apostolic Temple in Pasadena, Texas. Saturday, March 8, 2014, in Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens in San Angelo, Texas. Eddie Mae was born «out behind Rowena» on Jan. 9, 1929, to Ed and Frances Bolf Kohutek. After her father was killed in a tragic horse riding accident her mother remarried. Joe Janek finished raising Eddie Mae and was known for running off many of her hopeful suitors. Growing up on a farm she picked cotton, wore feed sack dresses at times and walked miles to school. She graduated from Miles High School and went on to attend business college in Abilene, Texas, where she met Roy. They were married Aug. 24, 1947, and were together 51 years before his passing. They lived in Abilene and Wichita Falls before settling in San Angelo, where she continued to take care of her sister and brothers at times. She wore many hats in her 85 years. She briefly worked in doctors’ offices, not only running the clerical end but also assisting the physicians. She was active as a Cub Scout den mother, baking and decorating thousands of cakes, making sugar Easter eggs, square dancing, and active in her children’s school and sports activities, among other things. For a short period of time she worked in the bakery at Skaggs Albertsons, decorating beautiful cakes. She also enjoyed playing the accordion and the piano. A lifelong Presbyterian, she was very active in the church and was a longtime member of the choir. Eddie Mae was also an elder for a time and led several study groups. She also enjoyed camping, fishing, baking and going to bluegrass festivals, and was a regular at local blue grass gatherings. Her most favorite trip was to Branson where she got to meet Daniel O’Donnell, and was proud to show off the picture she had made with him. All of the kids and grandkids got to spend time with her at her beloved camping getting away «Briar Hollow» at Lake Brownwood. Family gatherings always included rousing games of Wahoo, Checkers and UNO. Mama will be missed by her children, Gary Ashley and wife Kathey of Hawley, Ronnie Ashley, Tommy Ashley both from Grape Creek, Alan Ashley and wife Peggy Jo of San Angelo, and Leah Ashley Scott and husband Jay of Grape Creek, and also brother Wesley Janek and wife Penney of Mertzon, and Glenda Janek of Cotulla. Meemaw will also be remembered by her grandkids, Geremy Ashley, Nathan Ashley, April Ashley, Shelly Childress, Travis Ashley, Chad Ashley, Shelly Crimm, Sherian Briley, Jody Ashley, Cody Ashley, Lindsey Jost, Duncan Walraven, Jason Lagasse, and Joshua Scott; as well as 22 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy; sister Irene Gleason; brother Leon Janek; and grandson Zachary. Monday, March 10, at Robert Masssie Funeral Home. at St. Paul Presbyterian Church with graveside services to follow in Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens. Honorary pallbearers will be the grandchildren. Mama was also be blessed to be loved by other special people in her life including Susan Bell, Gayle McLaughlin and Daniela Pomar Robledo. Many lives, young and old were touched by this wonderful woman and her legacy will continue through those she touched. The family would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to the staff of the emergency department and 5 North at Shannon Medical Center for their outstanding care of mama and our family in her last days. Words cannot express our gratitude for their excellent care and loving compassion. Memorials can be sent to St. Tuesday at Johnson’s Funeral Home. Wednesday in Johnson’s Funeral Home chapel. Burial will follow in Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Barina was born April 5, 1922, in Gustine, Texas, to William Alfred Petty and Ruth Green Petty. She married Harry John Barina on Dec. 14, 1940, in San Angelo. They moved from San Angelo to Richland Springs, Texas, where they lived for 30 years. She and Harry retired and moved back to San Angelo where they lived for 16 years. In 2000, they moved to Cleburne. Mrs. Barina was preceded in death by her husband in November 2005. Also preceding her in death were three sisters. Survivors include a son, Harry John Barina Jr. of Temple, Texas; two daughters, Edith Anderson and husband Jack of Cleburne, Texas, and Elaine Barina and husband Johnny Adams of Smithville, Texas; five grandchildren, Sam and Bobby Barina, Damon and Aron Anderson and Johnna Adams; five great grandchildren; and three sisters, Maida Kelly of Kerrville, Texas, Ada White of Snyder, Texas, and Glenda Mathews of San Angelo. Wednesday, March 12, 2014, at First Baptist Church with burial to follow in Harriet Community Cemetery. Pallbearers for the service will be Carey and Cody Balentine, Pat Barron, Kent Ray, Wesley Gillespie and Matt Barron. Honorary pallbearers will be Christian and Joshua Barron. Arrangements are by Johnson’s Funeral Home. Elizabeth was preceded in death by her husband, Curtis Lou Barron; her infant child, Robert Clay Barron; her parents, Mattie Ella Wood Balentine and Loyal Alton Balentine; her sister, Juanita Balentine; and her brother, Bubba Balentine. Elizabeth is best remembered for her unwavering devotion to Her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, her inexhaustible recall of Bible knowledge and hymns, and her exuberant joyful attitude. Elizabeth was a Bible scholar who taught in a Christian college in Dallas. Later in life, she was a rancher that called each of her over 100 sheep by name. She loved to sing, pray, and worship. She never met a stranger and had a true love for all people. There was no one like her. This world is a better place because of Elizabeth Barron. Her legacy lives on in the teachings she imparted to her son, Mark Ashley Barron; grandchildren Mark Matthew Barron, Stephanie Markette Barron, Christian Lee Barron, Joshua Dale Barron and Mackenzie James Martin; her sister, Gloria Balentine Gillespie; and numerous nieces and nephews. Saturday, March 8, 2014, in Cate Spencer Trent Funeral Home chapel with Richard Petree officiating. Burial will follow in Blackwell Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Cate Spencer Trent Funeral Home. Penny was born on Aug. 9, 1951, in Dickson, Tenn. She married Stephen Baucom on June 26, 1969, in Sweetwater, Texas. She worked as the business manager for Blackwell CISD for many years before retiring. She was a member of Nolan United Methodist Church. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and a friend to all. She attended every event that her children and grandchildren were in. She is survived by her husband, Stephen Baucom of Nolan, Texas; two daughters, Heather Sanderson and husband James and Stepheny Hardy and husband Shawn, all of Blackwell, Texas; five grandchildren, Halee, Emilee, and Lilee Sanderson, Douglas and Drew Hardy of Blackwell, Texas; one brother, Gary Mitchell Fleet and wife Maggie of Dickson, Tenn.; numerous cousins; and a host of family and friends. and Betty Baucom. Miller, Johnny M. Ussery Jr. and JoeBob Ussery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Butman Methodist Camp, 158 CR 674, Merkel, TX 79536. Wednesday in the «Remembrance Chapel» of Gutierrez Funeral Chapels/North. Thursday at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Fr. Patrick Akpanobong officiating. Patsy was preceded in death by her father, Rudolph Biera; and her brother, Sammy Biera. Survivors include her mother, Mary Biera; brothers Fred Biera and wife Guadalupe, Raymond Biera and wife Trini of Arlington, Tony Biera and wife Sandra of De Soto, Texas, David Biera, Rudolph Biera Jr. and Raully Biera, all of San Angelo; and one sister, Sylvia Cortez and husband Donald of Irving, Texas. Other survivors include aunts and uncles, Katy Biera of California, Adela Biera Vasquez of San Antonio, Elvira Chapoy of Dallas, and Raul Biera, Cipriano Chapoy and Ramona Silvas and husband Jose, all of San Angelo, Texas. Gentlemen with the honor of acting as pallbearers will be her brothers and Donald Cortez. The Biera and Cortez family would like to thank Interim Health care and Hospice. A special thanks to Judy Hernandez and Blanca Gonzales along with the staff from Central Texas Nursing and Rehabilitation in Ballinger, Texas, for all the love and support they shared for Patsy and family. A heartfelt thanks to Thella Henderson for all her love and friendship she shared with Patsy and family. Gutierrez Funeral Chapels/North (325) 658 5995BAIRD Jane Bailey Ringhoffer Black, 78, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, March 7, 2014, in a Bronte nursing facility. Monday, March 10, 2014, in First Baptist Church of Baird, Texas, with Pastor Jimmy Hatcher officiating. Interment will follow in Ross Cemetery Annex under the direction of Parker Funeral Home of Baird. Sunday afternoon at the funeral home. Ida Jane was born on Aug. 31, 1935, to Samuel Shadrick and Nannie Mae Bailey in Scranton, Texas. She was a longtime resident of Baird and Andrews, having moved to Bronte two years ago. She was preceded in death by her husband of 51 years, Emil Ringhoffer Jr; and husband of eight years, Richard Eugene Black. Jane worked for many years with husband Emil at the Texaco Wholesale Distributorship in Baird. In 1979, she began working for the Callahan County Tax Assessor Collector. Then in 1981, she began working for the Callahan County Appraisal District where she became deputy chief appraiser in 1988. She retired after 22 years of dedicated public service. She is survived by her children, Robert Ringhoffer and wife Donna of Baird, Texas, Vickie Simpson and husband Wayne of Georgetown, Texas, and Beth Lehmann and husband Brad of Bronte, Texas; seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren; sister in law Joann Ringhoffer of Cross Plains, Texas; and her nieces and nephews. Also surviving are her stepchildren, Mike and Cindy Black of Midland, Texas, Donna Masterson of Jourdanton, Texas, and Rena and Andy Wiese of Chattanooga, Tenn., and their children and grandchildren, whom she loved as her own. The family suggests memorials in Jane’s memory be made to one of the following: First Baptist Church of Baird, 240 Race St., 79504; Andrews Senior Center, 310 W. Broadway, 79714; or Bronte Health and Rehabilitation Auxiliary, P. O. 30, 1917, to Joseph Hubert McMillan and Annie Laura Brandstetter McMillan, on the family farm near Doole, Texas. She was a lifelong Christian and a Baptist. She was a member of Seventh Street Baptist Church of Ballinger and her home was in Ballinger, Texas. She went to be with her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, in Robert Lee, Texas, at the age of 97. Edith helped rear her younger siblings after the loss of her mother. She loved to sing and was the choir director at her church as a young woman. She was a wing riveter at Kelly Field during World War II, remaining in San Antonio for a time after the war. She returned home to Melvin, Texas, to help her father and stepmother run their laundry. It was there that she met Thomas Edward Blackwell, a ranch hand. After a three month courtship, they married on Aug. 6, 1949. They had three children. Edith was a homemaker while her children were small and then began her career as a cook. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She was preceded in death by her son, Thomas Joe Blackwell, in 1973; and by her husband in 1982. Also preceding her in death were her parents; stepmother; 10 brothers; and one sister. She leaves to cherish her memory two sisters, Dorothy Benham, and Reta Faye Goodman and husband Neil; as well as three sisters in law. Also surviving are her two daughters, Alice Blackwell and Annie Jones and husband Shannon; and grandchildren and great grandchildren Chris and Charla Blackwell and Cora, Amy and Jarred Barbour and Marcus, Emerson and Heather Herridge, Wyatt, Elliot and Sydney, Gregory and Shelby Herridge and Logan, Damien Herridge and Kiernan, John Bariou III, wife Jenny Tschirhart, Edison and Lincoln, Carissa and Matt Browning and Tyler Jones. The family would like to offer their sincere and heartfelt thanks to the staff at Robert Lee Care Center and to Odyssey Hospice for their loving kindness and care. Visitation with family present was held Friday, March 7. Saturday, March 8, in Johnson’s Funeral Home chapel with burial to follow in Paint Rock Cemetery. Grandchildren will serve as pallbearers, at Grannie’s request. Memorial contributions can be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation; or a charity of the giver’s choice. passed peacefully at his home on the ranch Sunday evening, March 9, 2014, surrounded by his loved ones. Wednesday, March 12, 2014, at First Baptist Church of Eldorado. Burial will follow in Eldorado Cemetery. He was born Oct. 15, 1941, in San Angelo to Claude and Auta Mae (Reynolds) Bradshaw. He lived in Eldorado most all of his life. He married his high school sweetheart, Vera Fae Powell, and they shared a life together for almost 53 years. They were blessed with two children and two grandchildren. After high school he attended San Angelo College. He later worked in the oilfield and on the Schleicher County road crew, all the while ranching. He loved the outdoors and all never considered ranching «work.» It was his joy. He also loved fishing and hunting and especially loved his working dogs. He enjoyed gardening. He spent hours feeding and watching the hummingbirds. He enjoyed everything he ever did but he never did anything he didn’t want to do. He is preceded in death by his parents, Claude and Auta Mae; and by his beloved working companions, Lulu and Haus, his Border Collies. He is survived by his wife, Vera Fae Bradshaw of Eldorado; his daughter, Janet Bradshaw of Austin; granddaughter Jillian O’Diorne of Austin; his son, Trey Bradshaw of Paint Rock; and grandson Sterling Bradshaw of San Angelo. Words cannot express our gratitude to Guillermo Rodriguez, who has become part of our family, for all of his hard work, dedication, love and compassion for Eugene and our entire family. A heartfelt thanks for First Baptist Church’s continued prayers and support for years. A special word of thanks to Schleicher County Nursing Home and to Hospice of San Angelo, namely Anna Fitzgerald, Rosemarie Torres and Brad Grissom for the wonderful support these past two weeks. Friday, March 7, at Emmanuel Episcopal Church with the Rev. Matthew Rowe officiating. Friday, March 7, in Paint Rock Cemetery in Paint Rock. Elvina was born March 11, 1922, in Live Oak, Texas, to James Henry and Cora (Harden) Ake. She married Bernard Cornelius Brady Jr. on June 6, 1964, in Houston, Texas. She was secretary to the manager at Southwestern Bell for over 25 years and then helped her husband as co owner of the Mid Town Plaza Pasadena Motel. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; a daughter, Betty Brown; and a brother, Coolidge Ake. Bea was born on Oct. 16, 1921, at home on the farm in Slaton, Texas, to John and Myrtle Sherrill. She was the sixth of eight children born to her parents. Bea grew up in Draw, Texas, where she graduated from Draw High School. She then went on to graduate from Texas Technological College in 1943, with a degree in teaching. Bea married and had one daughter, Gail. Most of Bea’s teaching career was in Brownfield, Texas, and she retired from Brownfield ISD in 1982. After retirement Bea discovered a love of traveling. She was fortunate to be able to go to Australia, Figi, Alaska and Hawaii. She met many lifelong friends along the way. In 2000, Bea moved to the Baptist Retirement Community in San Angelo, Texas, to be closer to her daughter and son in law. She again made many new and close friendships with the retirement residents. Before macular degeneration took most of her eyesight, she loved baking goodies to share with friends and neighbors. She was truly a caring friend and was quick to offer a helping hand to those in need. Bea was a loving mother and grandmother. She will greatly be missed by all those left to cherish her memory. and Paul Sherrill; her sisters, Myrl Mathis and Etha Mae Caswell; and great grandson Michael Brandon Isbell. Bea is survived by her daughter and son in law, Gail and Clyde Harris; grandchildren Ronnie Mackey, Eric Mackey and Tammy Mackey; great grandchildren Brittany, Jimmy, Kelsey, Shylynn; a special great great grandson, Kaiden; and many nieces and nephews. Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014, in Brownfield Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Ruby Moultrie officiating. Burial will follow in Resthaven in Lubbock under the direction of Brownfield Funeral Home. Visitation was held Wednesday, March 5, 2014, at Muffley Funeral Home. Thursday, March 6, 2014, at The Chapel, 1500 Thornton. Burial will follow in Mission Garden of Memories. Pallbearers will be Jeremy Lakin, Christopher Edstrom, Rick McDermid, David Hankins, Randy Carter and Lewis Reeves. Jessika was born Feb. 20, 1979, to John R. She received her BBA with honors in business and was currently working on her master’s degree. Jessika absolutely adored her children and family. She worked as a secretary at ENMU and waitress at Dakota’s Steak House. She was preceded in death by her grandparents. Box 5487, Clovis, NM 88101. Wednesday, March 5, at Heritage Funeral Home. Thursday, March 6, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church with interment in Rest Haven Cemetery. Born July 19, 1931, in Menard to Roy Woolf and Delora Crawford Woolf, she was the only daughter in the family with two brothers, Robert and Dick. Lou Emma lived in Menard County most of her life and graduated from Menard High School in 1948, the youngest in her class and a cheerleader. Her first job after graduation was as a telephone operator in the office located on the upper floor of Bevans State Bank. It was there that she met her future husband, Joseph Decker, and they were married on Aug. 13, 1949, at the Old Catholic Church in Menard. Joseph preceded her in death in May 1989. Joseph and Lou Emma owned and operated Decker’s Grocery on Highway 83 North for 25 years. Lou Emma had started working at Bevans State Bank where she worked until her retirement in 2002. While raising their family of five, the Decker home was always open to their children’s friends and they never knew who or how many might show up for lunch or snacks on school breaks. That open door hospitality to family and friends continued throughout their lifetime. Lou Emma was always involved in community activities and volunteered her services and leadership to many organizations. A member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, she served on the parish council and was a Eucharistic minister. She served as member and often chairman in several elected positions, including City Council, Menard Hospital District board of directors, Child Welfare Board and MISD School Board as the first woman president. She was also secretary/treasurer for Rest Haven Cemetery Association and member of Menard Business Women’s Association and served as election judge for many years. She was named Grand Marshal of the City of Menard Centennial Parade in 2011. Lou Emma loved to play bridge and was an avid fan of the San Antonio Spurs which she watched faithfully on television. Her family was so special to her and she enjoyed their frequent get togethersAll of Naples Daily News’s Obituaries from Past week

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