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update BLC-19 INDIAN NAMES

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Nell/Nellzie04 / strong fingers
Aimee/Aimeesings/onida (horse-butler)
Roxy/Rox5Car / nuka naira
Lisa/6lhaas /burning fire
Nessa/Beanieisback / wild dove (horse-Cheyenne)
Chelsea/Bookworm2011 / algoma
Meg/Busyhsmom3
Scherita/Carter42240
Connee/Connee668 / nitika (angel of precious stone)(horse-lucy)
Courti/Courti7 / small feather
Danne/Dancergirl1229 /chepi
Jyll/Fudtrisha / burning leaf
MaryAnn/Graceanaqah /kaya (elder sister)
Jeanine/Hi52j9
Jayma/Jj4493 / (urika) sleeping sky
Joy/Joygilkhil / dusty colt (horse-lightening)
Karen/Kareng717
Karen/Kpace7 /golden claw
Jean/Lenora05
Danny/Meowzy / liwane(growl of bear)
Zinha/Msilvarei
Pam/Pamapple
Aubrey/Runnerchick007
Alisa/Striving2bfit1
Summer/Tml-2012

www.jimwegryn.com/Names/FictionNames
2.htm

www.generatorland.com/glgenerator.as
px?id=50&rlx=y

www.quizopolis.com/native-american-n
ame-generator.php

www.blogthings.com/nativeamericannam
egenerator/results/?first=Keegsquaw%20
Awanata&second=Virgin%20Turtle&g=2

www.cutebabynames.org/nativeamerican
-baby-names.aspx?originID=47


Please post your new indian name on our team thread so everyone will know and i can update this blog. thx

hope you all are ready for a fun round. a little role playing along the way will liven things up too.

PUSH FORWARD HUNTERS!!

  


BLC-19 - link for indian names

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

here are the names in use now and by who...whom..whatever.
when i find out who all won't be back, i'll delete their name. i did delete a couple i knowwon't be mochas

Aimee / Aimeesings / Onida (horse-Butler)
Amanda / Strongmind2010 / Etenia
Anastasia / Ucanttakethesky / Falling pond
Barbara / May2459 / Samurai (horse-Paint)
Becky / Mrstejano / Pretty Flower
Courti / Courti7 / Small Feather (horse-Pinto Bean)
Crystal / Crys38 / Midnight Sun
Janice / Jdublanko / (Abeque) Stay at Home
Jayma / JJ4493 / (Urika) Sleeping Sky
Jen / Jens_doin_it / Pretty Owl
Joy / Joygilkhil / Dusty Colt (horse-lightening)
Jyll / Fudtrisha / Burning Leaf
Karen / Kpace7 / Golden Claw
Krista / Krista-Girl / Winona
Lisa / 6LHAAS / (Keezheekoni) Burning Fire
Melissa / Melwup / Imala
Melodie / Melodieo / Little Bit
Nell / Nellzie04 / Strong Fingers or Butterfly
Nessa / Beanieisback / Wild Dove
Renee / Renla6991 / (Galihahi) Silent Rain
Roxy / Rox5car / Nuka Naira / means younger sibling with big eyes
Stormy / SpareribAZ2 / Stormy
TML-2012/Summer / Anpaytoo Wachiwi-radiant dancer or radiant dancing girl - (Wachiwi-Dancer)
Runnerchick007 / Aubrey / Shaking Dirt
Renewal / Rena / Algoma means valley of flowers
Asharon / Sharon / Sbtinka means magic dancer
Graphickat / Kathy / Lomasi means pretty flower
Dancergirl1229 / Danne / Chepi meaning fairy,


www.jimwegryn.com/Names/FictionNames
2.htm

www.generatorland.com/glgenerator.as
px?id=50&rlx=y

www.quizopolis.com/native-american-n
ame-generator.php

www.blogthings.com/nativeamericannam
egenerator/results/?first=Keegsquaw%20
Awanata&second=Virgin%20Turtle&g=2
www.cutebabynames.org/nativeamerican
-baby-names.aspx?originID=47

  
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RONNIEHUEY 4/29/2012 2:46AM

    Good blog

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3016DEBRA 4/25/2012 12:38PM

  Very interesting!!! emoticon emoticon

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-COURT- 4/24/2012 5:25PM

    cool. i'll have to find it. thx whahota. you'll have to get a middle namr for 'less'.

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ESMERELDA1220 4/24/2012 2:35PM

    I am very interested in Native American Culture and have been since I was I child...especially the Sioux Nation...There is a dictionary online with names...you can also look for baby names...I have chosen the name Whahota (the "t" is pronounced like a "D") and it means chubby...I always have been chubby...on Spark People I am chubby, but much much less... emoticon...If I am every lucky enough to own a horse...I will name it Wonji...that means "One"...Good Luck picking out your names!

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gotta get back into the swing of things

Monday, April 23, 2012

i'm a feelin' like a slacker. blc round 19 has started so must get my 'mojo' working. i can't fit into my jeans...except my 'fat pants'. boo hoo...my own fault.

what did they say in 'high school musical? ... Get'cha Head In The Game!

  
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ROCKYCPA 4/23/2012 9:47PM

    You'll get back in the swing and be successful.

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NUTZ4HARRY 4/23/2012 6:53PM

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IRISHMUM3 4/23/2012 4:46PM

    You will do it - I know you can!

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TLEVENTER 4/23/2012 3:52PM

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SOARINGPHOENIX 4/23/2012 3:36PM

    I am in BLC 19 myself and I am willing to help you out.

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-SEVEN- 4/23/2012 10:11AM

    You forgot to put, "Signed, Lazy" emoticon That one cracked me up!
Get on Pinto Bean and get going, slacker!! emoticon

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ON THIS DATE: APRIL 17,

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

What happened on April 17

April 17, 0069 "After the First Battle of Bedriacum, Vitellius becomes Roman Emperor."

April 17, 1397 Geoffrey Chaucer tells the Canterbury Tales for the first time at the court of Richard II. Chaucer scholars have also identified this date (in 1387) as when the book's pilgrimage to Canterbury starts.

April 17, 1492 Christopher Columbus signs contract with Spain to find the Indies

April 17, 1492 Spain and Christopher Columbus sign a contract for him to sail to Asia to get spices.

April 17, 1521 Martin Luther is excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church

April 17, 1521 "Martin Luther speaks to the assembly at the Diet of Worms, refusing to recant his teachings."

April 17, 1524 Giovanni da Verrazzano reaches New York harbor.

April 17, 1524 NY Harbor discovered by Giovanni Verrazano

April 17, 1555 "After 18 months of siege, Siena surrenders to the Florentine-Imperial army. The Republic of Siena is incorporated into the Grand Duchy of Tuscany."

April 17, 1758 "Francis Williams, first US black college graduate, publishes poems"

April 17, 1778 Sloop-in-war Ranger captures British brig

April 17, 1793 Battle of Warsaw

April 17, 1797 "Sir Ralph Abercromby attacks San Juan, Puerto Rico in what would be one of the largest invasions to Spanish territories in America."

April 17, 1808 Bayonne Decree by Napoleon I of France orders seizure of US ships

April 17, 1817 "First US school for the deaf (Hartford, Conn)"

April 17, 1824 Russia abandons all North American claims south of 54 40' N

April 17, 1852 "Asteroid 17, Thetis discovered"

April 17, 1853 US Marine Hospital at Presidio (SF) established

April 17, 1861 American Civil War: Virginia secedes from the Union.

April 17, 1861 "Asteroid 67, Asia discovered"

April 17, 1861 Virginia become 8th state to secede

April 17, 1865 Mary Surratt is arrested as a conspirator in Lincoln's assassination

April 17, 1875 """Snooker"" (variation of pool) invented by Sir Neville Chamberlain"

April 17, 1894 Nikita Khrushchev (USSR premier 195864) born

April 17, 1895 "The Treaty of Shimonoseki between China and Japan is signed. This marks the end of the First Sino-Japanese War, and the defeated Qing Empire is forced to renounce its claims on Korea and to concede the southern portion of the Fengtien province, Taiwan and the Pescadores Islands to Japan."

April 17, 1895 "Treaty of Shimonoseki signed, ends first Sino-Japanese War (1894-95)"

April 17, 1897 Thornton Wilder (American playwright) born

April 17, 1900 7 high chiefs of American Samoa sign Instrument of Cession

April 17, 1907 "Ellis Island immigration center processes 11,747 people, more than any other day."

April 17, 1924 "Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios is formed from a merger of Metro Pictures, Goldwyn Pictures, and the Louis B. Mayer Company."

April 17, 1930 Abkhazian ASSR established in Georgian SSR

April 17, 1941 Office of Price Administration established (handled rationing)

April 17, 1941 World War II: The Kingdom of Yugoslavia surrenders to Germany.

April 17, 1942 POW French General Henri Giraud escapes from his castle prison in Festung Knigstein.

April 17, 1945 "In Stassfurt, Germany, U.S. Lieutenant Colonel Boris T. Pash seizes half a ton of uranium, in an attempt to foil Soviet Union plans to build an atomic bomb."

April 17, 1946 Last French troops leave Syria (National Day)

April 17, 1947 Jackie Robinson bunts for his first major league hit

April 17, 1953 Mickey Mantle hits a 565' (172 m) HR in Wash DC's Griffith Stadium

April 17, 1956 USSR's Cominform (Parliament) dissolves

April 17, 1956 Willie Mosconi sinks 150 consecutive balls in a billiard tournament

April 17, 1958 Brussel's (Belgium) World Fair opens

April 17, 1960 American Samoa sets up a constitutional government

April 17, 1961 "1,400 Cuban exiles land in Bay of Pigs attempt to overthrow Castro"

April 17, 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion: A group of CIA financed and trained Cuban refugees lands at the Bay of Pigs in Cuba with the aim of ousting Fidel Castro.

April 17, 1961 "Manos Hadjidakis receives an Academy Award in the best music category, for his Song Never on Sunday from the film of the same name."

April 17, 1964 Ford Mustang formally introduced ($2368 base)


April 17, 1964 Jerrie Mock becomes first woman to fly solo around the world

April 17, 1964 Jerrie Mock becomes the first woman to circumnavigate the world by air.

April 17, 1964 The Ford Motor Company unveils the Ford Mustang at the New York World's Fair.

April 17, 1967 Operation Linebacker II began in Mekong Delta

April 17, 1967 Shortwave Radio NY Worldwide goes back on the air after a week off

April 17, 1967 "Surveyor 3 launched; soft lands on Moon, April 20"

April 17, 1968 "P Wild discovers asteroids #1773 Rumpelstilz, #1830 Pogson,"

April 17, 1969 Czechoslovak Communist Party chairman Alexander Dubek is deposed.

April 17, 1969 Czechoslovakia's Communist Party chairman Alexander Dubcek deposed

April 17, 1969 Sirhan Sirhan is convicted of assassinating Robert F. Kennedy.

April 17, 1969 "The Band (formerly The Hawks), perform their first concert"

April 17, 1970 "Apollo 13 limps back safely, Beech-built oxygen tank no help"

April 17, 1970 Apollo program: The ill-fated Apollo 13 spacecraft returns to Earth safely.

April 17, 1970 "Paul McCartney's first solo album ""McCartney"""

April 17, 1971 "People's Republic of Bangladesh forms, under Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at Mujibnagor."

April 17, 1973 Federal Express delivers its first package.

April 17, 1974 "Bundy victim Susan Rancourt disappears from CWU, Ellensburg, WA"

April 17, 1975 Cambodian Civil War ends: The Khmer Rouge captures the capital Phnom Penh and Cambodian government forces surrender.

April 17, 1975 "Khmer Rouge captures Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Kampuchea Natl Day)"

April 17, 1977 E F Helin & S J Bus discovers asteroid #2135 Aristaeus

April 17, 1978 Bill Rodgers wins his 2nd Boston Marathon

April 17, 1982 Number one hit on UK music charts - Bucks Fizz - My Camera Never Lies

April 17, 1982 "Patriation of the Canadian constitution in Ottawa by Proclamation of Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada."

April 17, 1983 First National Coin Week begins

April 17, 1983 "In Warsaw, police route 1,000 Solidarity supporters"

April 17, 1983 India entered space age launching SLV-3 rocket

April 17, 1983 "Nolan Ryan strikes out his 3,500th batter"

April 17, 1983 Wayne Gretsky scores 7 points in a playoff game

April 17, 1984 Police Constable Yvonne Fletcher is killed by gunfire from the Libyan People's Bureau in London during a small demonstration outside the embassy. Ten others are wounded. The events lead to an 11-day siege of the building.

April 17, 1986 "Treaty signed, ending Three Hundred and Thirty Five Years' War between the Netherlands and the Isles of Scilly."

April 17, 1987 "Julius Erving becomes the 3rd NBA player to score 30,000 points"

April 17, 1989 Soviet-US agreement allows Soviets to fight US pros

April 17, 1991 "Dow Jones closes for first time over 3,000"

April 17, 1991 Railroad workers go on strike in the US

April 17, 1991 "The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes above 3,000 for the first time ever gaining 17.58 to 3,004.46."

April 17, 2002 "Four Canadian Forces soldiers are killed in Afghanistan by friendly fire from two U.S. Air Force F-16s, the first deaths in a combat zone for Canada since the Korean War."

  
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ESMERELDA1220 4/23/2012 11:04AM

    I'll have to remember that! Get my head in the game! I should get that tune and put it on my iPod and play it everywhere I go!!!!!
You can do this, woman!
Ezz

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NIMAWEYGH 4/22/2012 7:42PM

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-SEVEN- 4/17/2012 9:56PM

    Appears to be a big day in history!! Wonder what the "biggest" day is of all time?

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-COURT- 4/17/2012 7:30PM

    i copied and pasted..didn't realize it was that long.

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JCBURROW 4/17/2012 7:07PM

    Busy day!

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DMF2012 4/17/2012 6:46PM

    Wow, that's alot of info, thanks!

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@#$%^&*

Monday, April 16, 2012

THERE I SAID IT AND I MEAN IT!!!

i hate being a wimp. took hand bandage off. had layers upon layers under a stretch bandage. suppose to clean with alcohol and keep dry. how in the world do you get a band-aid around the base of the thumb? they must have cut the bend in the thumb half way around. i managed haphazardly to put bandaids on. took two to cover stitches. i'm not taking them off for the two weeks until i go back to get stitches out!

think that will be okay? won't get infected? i guess i don't put the ice packs directly on the area???

just letting off steam. sorry.

so many out there with really serious health problems than this diddly squat thing.

gads, hate to think what i'd be like if i really got hurt.

  
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NIMAWEYGH 4/22/2012 7:35PM

    Your no WIMP because when they CUT on your body anywhere it HURTS LIKE THE DICKENS.

So you just whine away...............................
....... we all do the same thing.

Want some emoticon with that WHINE....................... emoticon

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ESMERELDA1220 4/18/2012 3:23PM

    Yup...change it when it's dirty and don't get it wet...BTW...I found these blister packs from J&J bandaides and put them on my bunion surgery incisions...they are wonderful...bet that could be maneuvered onto the base of your thumb! Too funny girlie emoticon

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MRE1956 4/18/2012 7:03AM

    Ouch!



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3016DEBRA 4/17/2012 3:29PM

  Great comments!!! Feel better soon!!! emoticon

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-COURT- 4/17/2012 1:35PM

    mil gave me some big band-aids that might cut down to fit when she hurt her leg. icing it down as it is swelling. doc ofc said not wear water proof all time, needs air. just worried stitches would pull when taking off bandaid, but so far so good. at least not bleeding or excruicating. (where's spell check when you need it?)

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KRZYKAT3 4/17/2012 12:54PM

    LOL, you need to just change it when it gets dirty and you will be fine dear!! ; )

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-COURT- 4/16/2012 11:26PM

    hangs head in shame...yes, miss claudia.

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BUFFALOGAL1952 4/16/2012 11:20PM

    COURTI!!! You are NOT a very good patient you know!!! *shaking head*
What are we going to do with you? What did your instructions say? There are so many different kinds of bandages. Hopefully you can find one that will not bother you.
Don't make me come there!!!!

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ANYA_ONION 4/16/2012 4:35PM

    Follow your post-op instructions. They are there for a reason. As for the band-aid situation, maybe some gauze and medical tape? And like your other friends have said, place a towel between the ice pack and your hand. It will help keep your hand dry and it will also help keep the ice pack from being too cold. Hang in there, Courti. Sometimes we all need to @#$%^&*!

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1MIN17SECB412PM 4/16/2012 4:35PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
Oh, Sweetie!! You can have all the WHINE you want!! emoticon

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IRISHMUM3 4/16/2012 3:52PM

    With most ice packs, you need some sort of barrier between the ice and the skin, so bandage or a kitchen towel would be good. Follow the directions and heal up!

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DOOBRIE 4/16/2012 3:08PM

    Was the only instructions to clean with alcohol and keep dry? If so, maybe a loose bandage would be ok. The problem with band-aids would be that it would keep the area moist. Maybe better to let it dry out. If you need to put ice packs on it, make sure the ice won't wet the bandage. Hope that helps.

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FITLIKENIC 4/16/2012 2:49PM

    emoticon Hey I like Whine and Cheese :P

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-COURT- 4/16/2012 2:47PM

    barbara, you made me laugh! lol thx,
whine with cheese.

guess it would get a little smelly...can't blame it on my feet.

Comment edited on: 4/16/2012 2:49:05 PM

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--MAY-- 4/16/2012 2:42PM

    Courti, maybe have DH help, I don't think I would not change it the whole time it would get really yucky!!
They have all kinds of Band-aids, maybe you could ask a pharmacist their advice.
It's Ok to whine, but don't forget to have some cheese with it!!! LOL
I am the same way!! Good Luck

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