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my pig via Any Canvas

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Hi, It's first time.

Simple... cool

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We invite you to the 11th Class!!(Oct. 12, 2008)[S. Korea]

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We want to invite you all to this introductory session before the 11th Class of TAIJI. We have been operated the 'Gunshin course' - 12 weeks course for beginners of TAIJI- since 2004 and has constantly improved its programs for easier and better learning. Full English translation is provied for foreigners.


This will be a wonderful opportunity to enrich your life :)

We hope you will join us on October 12.


Details

ㅇ Introductory lecture: October 12(Sun.) pm 2 at Room 315 of Student Union building, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea

(NOT the Seoul National University of Education)

ㅇ Schedule : Understanding the basis of TAIJI, practice, Q & A Session, and coffee break.

ㅇ The 12 weeks-long Gunshin course begins after the Introductory lecture. We practice every Sundays at the Seoul National University.


ㅇ For more informaiton, feel free to contact us

Kyu-sung PARK 010-6789-0801, yoonman@nate.com

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Community Reinvestment Act

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The Community Reinvestment Act (or CRA, Pub.L. 95-128, title VIII, 91 Stat. 1147, 12 U.S.C. §?2901 et seq.) is a United States federal law that requires banks and savings and loan associations to offer credit throughout their entire market area. (See full text of Act and current regulations.[1]) The act prohibits financial institutions from targeting only wealthier neighborhoods with their services, a practice known as "redlining." The purpose of the CRA is to ensure that under-served populations can obtain credit, including home ownership opportunities and commercial loans to small businesses. The Act was passed in 1977 and has been subjected to important regulatory revisions since then.

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The CRA was passed by the 95th United States Congress and signed into law by President Jimmy Carter in 1977 as a result of national pressure for affordable housing.[2] In Congressional debate on the Act, critics charged that the law would "distort credit markets, create unnecessary regulatory burden, lead to unsound lending, and cause the governmental agencies charged with implementing the law to allocate credit." In respo...[3]

The CRA mandates that each banking institution be evaluated to determine if it has met the credit needs of its entire community. That record is taken into account when the federal government considers an instituti...Federal Reserve System to implement the CRA through ensuring banks and savings and loan...[2] The CRA is also enforced by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ("FDIC") CRA Statute. Community groups only slowly organized to take advantage of the...[4][5]


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So beautiful...

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Argonaut Shell

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$700 billion

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‘All of a Sudden’ ★

Senator Bernie Sanders:


For years now, they’ve told us that we can’t afford — that the government providing healthcare to all people is just unimaginable; it can’t be done. We don’t have the money to rebuild our infrastructure. We don’t have the money to wipe out poverty. We can’t do it. But all of a sudden, yeah, we do have $700 billion for a bailout of Wall Street.


In just one week.


via Daring Fireball

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no more pain

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please......

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To you, 17-year old Cody

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Each morning we check in

in a circle we sit

we shoot the shit

we state where we are at

so we can clear the path to where we are going

so we can clear the path to the part of our journey that will take place today.


“I feel tired”

“I feel happy”

“I did not finish my homework”


On Thursday morning you, 17-year old Cody, said

Today I do not feel complete.


and you went on to say why.


all eloquent and concise.


And I learn that it is not my job to make

you feel complete.


I think to myself of what stops me from feeling complete - of my boundaries, my hard lines, my fears.


No, it is not my job to make you feel complete. It is my job to learn from you how to rearrange my own boundaries, reorganize my own hard lines into rungs as I rise to my own completeness.


And that is why I say to you, 17-year old Cody, thank you.

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Our final days

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How To Defend Yourself

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funny video... i like this.

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Phelps: Anatomy of a Champion

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Camilla, a portrait

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Camilla, a portrait

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I can't

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too big to believe!

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so good!

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what a sexy girl!

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