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Wednesday, 16 August 2006
Top AIDS Activists At The Toronto Conference
Mood:  on fire

It warms my heart to see how many people are involved with the AIDS movement around the world. This is medical stewardship of mankind at its highest human level. Unfortunately, there are still billions of people who don't give a damn about this disease because it hasn't affected their families, YET.

Louise Binder: Louise has been HIV-positive for over 14 years. She was one of the first to organize woman against this disease. She was honoured with the Order of Ontario for her successful battle to get vaccines covered for HIV-positive children. (Louise Binder talks to the Globe and Mail)

Stephen Lewis: He's our special envoy for AIDS with the U.N. Formerly, a political leader in Ontario. He has become Canada's most passionate voice against AIDS in Africa. If you get a chance to hear him talk, listen to him. (Who Is Stephen Lewis?)

Bill Gates: The founder of Microsoft contributed 500 million dollars to the cause this week. He may have helped to get Warren Buffett on board as well. (The Gates Foundation)

Bill Clinton: He's definitely the main visionary in this conference. Check out what he said: "If we could turn the tide of this epidemic, it will unleash a burst of energy and belief in human potential that I think will spill over into tuberculosis, malaria, economic development, climate change and anything we can possibly imagine." (The Clinton Foundation)

Our prayers and best wishes go with all the delegates at the AIDS conference. 

Posted by qualteam at 11:51 AM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, 16 August 2006 12:10 PM EDT
Tuesday, 15 August 2006
Visions Of Heaven

It's a place of connecting where all of life is in harmony. It's a place of understanding where the secrets of the universe are revealed. It's a place of peace in infinite time and space.  It's a place within the soul that radiates spiritual/life energy in this life and the next. (Heavenly Experiences)


Posted by qualteam at 10:55 PM EDT
Monday, 14 August 2006
Visions Of Hell From This Writer

It's like being caught in a violent video game that you just can't win because you run out of lives. You may do good at the lower levels, but in the upper levels, humans don't have the speed to do well. "Grand Theft Auto" and "Resident Evil" are two outstanding examples of these games.

The almost continuous wars in the Middle East could be one version of "Hell on Earth". Some of these wars like the 1956, 1967 and 1973 conflicts became board games.

In the 20th century, they were board games. In the 21st century, they were computer games. In the 22nd century, probably, virtual reality games. We all want to leave the game a winner, but with war games on higher levels that may be difficult to do. Make sure you have lots of lives.

The basic universal "Hell/Gehenna Game" is still around somewhere. You have to maintain your memory through many lifetimes to win it. Here a preview: . My version of it, of course.

Having lost at hellfun, there's no doubt, some evil spirits try to recover their losses by using humans as pawns in a game called "Body Count". This is a sad, degraded game where religious control is used to kill bodies and collect lost souls.

Posted by qualteam at 11:19 AM EDT
Sunday, 13 August 2006
Crusade For What You Believe In
Mood:  a-ok

Crusades are wonderful things. Slavery was eliminated in the British Empire in the early 19th century when the English Christian churches fought against it. Child labour was brought to an end because a writer like Charles Dickens made an issue of it.

Tommy Douglas was the first politician to introduce public health insurance to Canada.

University students in the U.S. organized against the Veitnam war and helped bring it to an end.

At the Aids Conference in Toronto, Bill Gates dedicated half a billion dollars to manage and lessen this dreaded disease.

Most of us may not be in a postion to do what Bill Gates did or to directly influence evils like "The Middle East Wars", "Global Warming", and  the "World Trade Barriers" that continue poverty in Third World countries.

However, we all can become prayer warriors and link up with other crusading spirits who want to lessen those destructive conditions that can bring us all down. It's not total evil eradication. It's just making the world a better place to live in for ourselves and our children. (The Aids Conference In Toronto) (Prayer Warriors On Line)

Posted by qualteam at 9:18 PM EDT
Saturday, 12 August 2006
What I Would Do With 42 Million?
Mood:  vegas lucky

That's the amount Lotto 649 is tonight. The second largest lottery prize in Canadian history. 

Being a screenwriter, I would probably use half of it to make movies. With the rest, I would give 10 million to our families and relatives because Irene and I have large extended families.

I would set aside one million to invest in blue chip stocks and bonds. The rest would be given away to various Canadian charities to help feed and educate poor people in Canada and the Third World.

Obviously, when our movies are commerically successful, We'll be able to help out many worthy causes in different countries.

As far as luxuries are concerned, we wouldn't have many, a trip to Arizona every now and then. Maybe, a trip to Australia(My wife's favourite destination).

It's very hot in the Greater Toronto Area during the summer. We would probably buy a nice place near Spaniard's Bay, Newfoundland and cool off during the summer months. 

What would you do with 42 million? Gambling is big in Ontario. Why not make a donation?

Posted by qualteam at 6:40 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 12 August 2006 6:44 PM EDT
Friday, 11 August 2006
Getting Around Hotel California's Theme Parks Is Now Easier
Mood:  spacey

In Cartoon World, humans interact with Toons and vice-versa. This is two-dimensional reality at its best. Spiritual journeys can be be arranged to find one's personal cartoonist.

Cartoon World is found at

In Area 53, you definitely will meet aliens of one kind or another. Be prepared for anything and enter at your own risk.

Area 53 is linked to

If you like a game of golf with a differance, why not play with "things that go bump in the night." on the "Hotel California Golf Course"? Please be warned, not for those with a heart condition.

Take a preview of the course at

Posted by qualteam at 11:47 PM EDT
Thursday, 10 August 2006
The Hunt For Terrorists Continues

To the police forces in Canada and England, well done on preventing tragedy in the skies and on earth.

I believe that praying Christians around the world helped out on these busts. "Whatever is bound on Earth is bound in Heaven." The spiritual police force never sleeps.   (Terrorist Busts In Canada) Long Arm Of The Law In London)

Posted by qualteam at 10:43 PM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 10 August 2006 10:49 PM EDT
Wednesday, 9 August 2006
Top Ten Ways To Mutate Into a Superior Human Being
Mood:  spacey

1. Study spiritual materials which expand your mind and consciousness. 2. Exercise your mind by solving complex puzzles and/or playing complicated games like chess. 3. Listen to music which makes you feel young and energetic. 4. Develop empathy for strangers. 5. Envision the world of tomorrow and tell others about it. 6. Do something each day to make the world a better place to live in. 7. Exercise each day with intensity. 8. Develop a game plan for your life and work towards attainable long range goals. 9. Eat foods and/or take supplements that are rich in vitamins and minerals. 10. Defeat the negativism in life by being true to yourself and your goals.

Some look at life and ask why. I look at life and ask why not? The improbable we do now. The impossible takes a little while longer. Reality is more than one perceives through a human body. Every action, every word, every thought can influence something or someone, negatively or positively. (Human Mutants)

Posted by qualteam at 10:02 PM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, 9 August 2006 10:04 PM EDT
Tuesday, 8 August 2006
The Complete Internet Experience

Recently, I bought an external storage drive from "Best Buy" for $116 Canada, I got a "G Drive" with 160 gigs of storage space. With my webpages, blog pages, pictures and songs, etc. I think I've used over 50 gigs already.

Gosh golly, my brain doesn't have 50 gigs of memory.

So I'm saving all of this stuff for posterity and future generations. I'll probably come back later in a space ship and pick up these "backups" for a few laughs with my alien buddies.

The internet is now over 15 years old. Our minds are expanding at an incredible rate. Are you ready to mutate into something awesome? (Tom Berners-Lee Latest Projects) (The Backup Memory Guys)Cool

Posted by qualteam at 11:07 PM EDT
Sunday, 6 August 2006
Biography Of The Week

This goes to Cathy Jones of St. John's Newfoundland who has worked in comedy troupes such as "Codco" from 1973 to 1991. She's now in her 13th season on "This Hour Has 22 Minutes", a comedy spoof of things Canadian. It continues on CBC televison.

Cathy can create and impersonate characters of both sexes. She started out with Newfoundland stereotypes, but has progressed to funny take-offs of both Americans and Canadians.

In her TV biography, she came across as a caring/funloving mother and friend. She has no pretentions about herself and is still looking to do her best work.

She may not be famous outside of Canada, but she's left her mark on audiences from sea to sea. (Who Is Cathy Jones?) (The Funny Side Of Canada and political people) (Cod On A Stick)Laughing

Posted by qualteam at 10:45 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 6 August 2006 11:01 PM EDT

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