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Monday, 2 June 2008
09:32:01 AM (GMT)
"Come on, Alice! You're birthday's coming in 3 weeks! Look alive for once." I yawned
and stared at Lavender, bored. I'm Alice McCarly, a 15-16 year old orphan girl.
Lavender's my best mate, and we've been a lot together. A good many years have
passed since that little 'accident' with evil-scheming-murderous Charlotte. But me
and Lav can never forget about that. "I am looking alive. If by alive you mean
staying awake at 2 'o' clock in the morning. What I'd like to ask is how you
can be so bubbly at this time of the day." With that, I fell back onto my bed and
closed my eyes. "Well, I couldn't go back to sleep, what with the preparations for
your B-day party and all."

  I got up again and scratched my monster bed head hair. "What's so great about being
16 anyway? It's nothing special," and I shuffled towards the bathroom. I started the
shower and reflected. The reason why I was so gloomy was because I was having
nightmares. Nightmares that were short, strange and nothing much. But it was actually
a lot. Because even though they were only 4 words out of Charlotte's mouth, whispered
sweetly in my ear right before she was hauled into that police car. Heck, she
probably made it up to get the last laugh. But even so...

  Forget about it, Alice. It's nothing. A big fat nothing. I dried myself and put on
a red shirt and jeans. I stretched as I headed towards the cafetaria. I'd be just in
time for breakfast. My new slippers were very comfortable, and I walked towards the
cafetaria while anticipating the lovely meal I'd be enjoying. I opened the familiar
worn old oak door and its brass handle. But I stopped smiling when the door opened.
In fact, after that, I didn't smile for some time. Because as I opened the door, I
saw a girl with golden shoulder length hair, wearing a red shirt and a pair of jeans,
and a pair of comfy new slippers. 
I saw me.
Last edited: 19 June 2008

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‹►Lord♪The♪Đestroyer♪of♪Đreams◄› says:   14 June 2011   507017  
ufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall is the sixth album (and first live
album) by the Canadian-American singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright
(pictured), released through Geffen Records in December 2007. The
album consists of live recordings from his sold-out June 14–15, 2006
tribute concerts at Carnegie Hall to the legendary American actress
and singer Judy Garland. Garland's 1961 double album, Judy at Carnegie
Hall, a comeback performance with more than 25 American pop and jazz
standards, was highly successful, initially spending 95 weeks on the
Billboard charts and garnering five Grammy Awards. For his album,
Wainwright was also recognized by the Grammy Awards, earning a 2009
nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. While the tribute
concerts were popular and the album was well-received by critics,
album sales were limited. Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall managed to
chart in three nations, peaking at number 84 in Belgium, number 88 in
the Netherlands, and number 171 on the United States' Billboard 200.
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‹►Lord♪The♪Đestroyer♪of♪Đreams◄› says :   14 June 2011   309366  
males (pictured)?
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his yacht in 22 months?
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received online due to her relationship with Justin Bieber?
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Rights?
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Area and a court ruling affirming that Aboriginal lands in the
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(unsuccessfully) to invent to type out his music?
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their
first NBA championship (Finals MVP Dirk Nowitzki pictured).
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Syrian uprising, is revealed to be a hoax.
The Book of Mormon wins Best Musical and War Horse wins Best Play at
the 65th Tony Awards.
In the Turkish general election, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
is elected for a third term and the AK Party retains its majority in
parliament.
In sports car racing, Marcel Fässler, André Lotterer and Benoît
Tréluyer win the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Senior al-Qaeda leader Fazul Abdullah Mohammed is killed by Somali
soldiers in Mogadishu, Somalia. 
Wikinews – Recent deaths – More current events...
On this day...

June 14: Liberation Day in the Falkland Islands and South Georgia and
the South Sandwich Islands (1982); Flag Day in the United States


1285 – Forces led by Prince Trần Quang Khải of Vietnam's Tran
Dynasty destroyed most of the invading Mongol naval fleet in a battle
at Chuong Duong.
1800 – War of the Second Coalition: In the Battle of Marengo,
Napoleonic forces secured victory over the Habsburgs when defe
 

 
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