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Rock ID Invasian - Bust Your Head



I cannot think of putting into words what severe depression is like than the above.I feel as though I am an inmate in a prison.A prison that I have created for myself, but one that is no less isolating.At worst, the only comfort it seems is the blanket over your head.




Rock ID Invasian - Bust Your Head



This is a great way to explain depression. Im a bipolar depressed so everything is more intense than some things explained here. But im glad this was written cus I was tired of explaining it to people who always said it was is always in my head. The worst thing to say to a depressed person is your lying or just get over it. Its not that easy! I take meds but it doesnt always help. It all depends on whats going on around the person. I shut down and everybody thinks im ignoring them. I dont or didnt know how to explain it. This article helps alot!!!


Josh! You are wonderful! Please, seek someone out to talk to about how you are feeling. You do NOT have to live your life feeling this way. Go ahead and open up to an adult you trust. You will be so glad you did. Remember, you matter and are important. God speed!


The stock dove measures 32-34 cm in length with an average weight of 290-330 grams, almost identical to the rock dove and feral pigeon. The head and beak of the bird are similar to a wood pigeon, although smaller, with a yellow/orange beak and a slightly domed head. The body of the bird is a more compact version of the rock dove/feral pigeon with slightly less defined markings. The bird has two small wings bars that are barely noticeable when the wing is folded and more iridescent colouring around the neck than the rock dove/feral pigeon.


There have been numerous skeletal descriptions of the rock dove and the associated muscles including those of the eye, jaw, neck, and throat.[20] The skull is dominated by the rostrum, eye socket, and braincase.[20] The quadrate bone is relatively small and mobile and connects the rest of the cranium to the lower jaw.[20] The latter has an angled shape in side view because the long-axis of the front half of the lower jaw is at a 30 angle to the back half.[20] Beneath the skull, the hyoid skeleton involves three mid-line structures and a pair of elongate structures that stem from between the junction of the back two structures.[20] The anterior structure (the paraglossum or entoglossum) is unpaired and shaped like an arrowhead.[20]


Time for a civil war in this country. ANYONE PROFESSING TO BE CHRISTIAN IS NOW HATED IN AMERICA AND GOD WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN OR MOCKED (like you). Go ahead and laugh at Christians but you know where your going!


Frank W. Anderson - Leta Kagen (39), Leta's 15-year-old son, Robert Delahunt, Roland Wear (50), and Bobby Poyson (21) lived in a remote area of Mohave County. On August 13, 1996, Frank Anderson (48) and Kimberly Lane (15) had been hitchhiking in the area, and Leta agreed to let Anderson and Lane spend the night. Anderson, Poyson, and Lane decided to kill Leta, Robert, and Roland, and steal Roland's truck and other property. Lane enticed Robert into a travel trailer on the property, where Anderson cut Robert's throat nearly from ear to ear with a bread knife. Anderson held the struggling boy down, and then assisted Poyson in driving the bread knife through Robert's ear, and out his mouth. Poyson finally ended Robert's struggling by crushing his skull with a rock. Three to four hours later, after eating dinner, Anderson and Poyson entered Leta's mobile home, and Poyson killed her by shooting her in her head with a rifle, as Anderson held a lantern for light. Roland awoke, and Poyson shot him in his mouth. Poyson then hit Roland with the rifle stock, and Anderson hit him with the lantern. Roland and Poyson struggled out into the yard, where Anderson gave Poyson a cinder block, which Poyson used to bludgeon Roland to death.


Johnathan I. Burns - Johnathan Burns was sentenced to death for the brutal murder of Jackie Hartman. Some time in late 2006, Jackie met Burns at a Diamond Shamrock gas station in the east valley. On January 28, 2007 Jackie agreed to go on a date with Burns and her sister dropped her off at the same gas station. When her sister returned later that evening to pick her up, Jackie never showed. Her disappearance led to a nearly three-week search involving law enforcement, members of her family, and local volunteers. Burns was arrested the day after, when police found Jackie's blood-stained and torn clothing in a dumpster near his home in Mesa. Jackie's body was found on February 19, 2007. She had been shot twice in the head. Burns' semen was found on her body and clothing. An autopsy revealed traces of a date-rape drug in Jackie's system. A jury convicted Burns of first degree murder, kidnapping, sexual assault, and misconduct involving weapons and subsequently sentenced him to death.


Darrell E. Lee - Near noon on December 5, 1991, Darrell Lee and Karen Thompson approached John Calvin Anderson at his car to kidnap and rob him in order to get money to buy drugs. Lee and Thompson took Mr. Anderson's money and credit cards, then took him to a bank machine where they forced him to tell them his PIN. Thompson then used Mr. Anderson's bank card to withdraw money from the ATM. Mr. Anderson begged for his life, and Lee told him he would not be harmed. Lee and Thompson bound Mr. Anderson and left him in a ditch. A short time later, however, they came back and got Mr. Anderson and put him in the trunk of his car. Lee and Thompson drove from Phoenix to La Paz County, with Mr. Anderson bound in the trunk for approximately 8 hours. Using a garden hose, Lee unsuccessfully attempted to poison Mr. Anderson with automobile exhaust. Mr. Anderson tried to escape, but Lee recaptured him. Lee attempted to strangle Mr. Anderson with a belt, then held him while Thompson killed him by hitting him in the head with a rock. Lee then again strangled Mr. Anderson after Thompson struck the fatal blow.


Robert A. Poyson - Leta Kagen (30), Leta's 15-year-old son, Robert Delahunt, Roland Wear (50) and Bobby Poyson (20) lived in a remote area of Mohave County. On August 13, 1996, Frank Anderson (48) and Kimberly Lane (15) had been hitchhiking in the area, and Leta agreed to let Anderson and Lane spend the night. Anderson, Poyson, and Lane decided to kill Leta, Robert, and Roland, and steal Roland's truck. Lane enticed Robert into a travel trailer on the property, where Anderson cut Robert's throat nearly from ear to ear with a bread knife. Anderson held the struggling boy down, while Poyson pounded the bread knife through Robert's ear, and out his mouth. Poyson finally ended Robert's struggling by crushing his skull with a rock. Three to four hours later, Anderson and Poyson entered Leta's mobile home, and Poyson killed her by shooting her in the head with a rifle, as Anderson held a lantern for light. Roland awoke, and Poyson shot him in the mouth. Poyson then hit Roland with the rifle stock, and Anderson hit him with the lantern. Roland and Poyson struggled out into the yard, where Poyson bludgeoned Roland to death with a cinder block.


Charles B. Rienhardt - One of Reinhardt's friends introduced the victim, Michael Ellis, to Reinhardt for the purpose of helping Reinhardt purchase methamphetamine. On September 4, 1995, Reinhardt, a female friend, Ellis, and his male contact person met at Charles Nadeau's apartment to negotiate the deal. Reinhardt gave the male $180 cash so he could get the methamphetamine, and Ellis stayed behind as "collateral." After several hours when the drugs did not arrive, Reinhardt and Nadeau threatened Ellis with physical injury and demanded either the money or the drugs. Early the next morning, Nadeau and Reinhardt drove Ellis in a Buick to the Reddington Pass area of Pima County, where they beat him in the face, shot him in the shoulder with a shotgun, and beat his head with heavy rocks, which resulted in blood spatters on their clothes. Reinhardt and Nadeau then drove the Buick to a shopping center, where Nadeau tried to start a fire inside the Buick. When a patrol car drove into the area, Reinhardt and Nadeau fled in a friend's car, which resulted in a high speed chase until the friend's car was wrecked. After officers apprehended the two, they noticed blood on their clothing. In the Buick at the shopping center, officers found a bloody towel, a shotgun, the victim's wallet, and charred newspapers. At Nadeau's apartment, officers saw blood smears near the entry of the apartment and spatters of blood leading out to the parking lot. Nadeau's friends admitted seeing blood near the entrance and on the interior of the apartment, and on the chair where the victim was last seen sitting. 041b061a72


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