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Saturday, September 18, 2010

Tickling indifference

Even though he couldn’t see well, he didn’t care about blind subjects in a recent Portugal study which seemed to experience as much visual stimulation as sighted subjects.

It never occurred to him also, the stage which says when two loves come together; their brains begin to “fall in love.”

That before November 2004, many people outside the US were prepared to accept film-maker Michael Moore’s view of the Bush presidency: that the White House had temporarily been stolen by a Texan numb skull, he couldn’t say anything.

What he cared about was his mother to breastfeed him!

Surely, it's for laugh written by Mr. Nurman learns to tickle your fancy