Satisfaction Guaranteed

By: Patrap , 10:02 PM GMT on July 10, 2012

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Mystery surrounds me, and I wonder where I'm going
There's a cloud above me and it seems to hide the way
I'm going straight ahead, 'cos it's the only way I know
I wanna leave the past, and live just for today

Now then tell me baby, do you need my love?
Tell me baby, are you thinking of me?
Tell me baby, what it is you need?
What kind of satisfaction guaranteed?

Sitting in the gutter with my head wrapped in my hands
I've been drinking all night, and I just can't stand the pain
It took an awful lot of trouble just to make me understand
Now it's clear to me, but will it ever be the same?

Now then tell me baby, do you need my love?
Tell me baby, are you thinking of me?
Tell me baby, what it is you need?
What kind of satisfaction guaranteed?

(Jimmy Page guitar solo)

Now then tell me baby, do you need my love?
Tell me baby, are you thinking of me?
Tell me baby, what it is you need?
What kind of satisfaction guaranteed?

Head upon the highway, just as fast as I could go
I rode through the night, and halfway through the day
I had no direction I didn't even want to know where I was going
The only thing I knew, was that I had to get away

Now then tell me baby, do you need my love?
Tell me baby, are you thinking of me?
Tell me baby, what it is you need?
What kind of satisfaction guaranteed?

Tell me baby...Tell me baby...Tell me baby, do you need my love?
Now that I'm here, yeah...Do you need...Do you need my love?



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24. Patrap
5:12 PM GMT on July 15, 2012
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23. Patrap
3:03 AM GMT on July 15, 2012
Now we, as a Community, are there for Steve Gleason who blocked that punt that night and gave us all something back.

Hope.

Steve Gleason has ALS and his time is well, now focused on that struggle and awareness.
He is a Saint.

And that's something special around here.

www.teamgleason.org


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22. Patrap
2:59 AM GMT on July 15, 2012
The Block, the Touchdown..


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21. Patrap
2:58 AM GMT on July 15, 2012


When the Superdome reopened in 2006, the New Orleans Saints began their march to this Sunday's Super Bowl

By Hal Habib

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

MIAMI GARDENS John Carney used valet parking. It was that or never make it inside to play. Rich Eisen walked 10 blocks from his hotel to the stadium just so he could soak up an atmosphere unlike anything he had witnessed. Ron Jaworski's story, and he's sticking to it, is that he saw players levitating as they ran onto the field.

This is the tale of Sept. 25, 2006. If you remember it as the Monday night the New Orleans Saints played the Atlanta Falcons in the reopening of the Louisiana Superdome, it's probably because you were not there.
If you were, you know something far greater took place.

"That game was secondary," Saints coach Sean Payton said. "It was much more symbolic about the city being back open. It was a night that if you weren't there, it'd be very hard to explain what it was like. And having been there during that, it was much more than I ever got into coaching for."

The record shows that the Saints advanced to Sunday's Super Bowl by winning 15 games. Many agree the seed was planted three years ago, when they simply walked into their own stadium again.

The team once derided as the 'Aints, the stadium that symbolized the wrath of Hurricane Katrina and the city that fought to regain its spirit rose as one.
That night, it wasn't a question of "Who Dat?" It was an exclamation: "We're back!"

"It was a symbol of hope unlike athletics has been to a city before," said ESPN's Mike Tirico, who considers calling that game his most memorable on-air moment.
Carney, the Cardinal Newman High graduate who kicked three field goals in the 23-3 victory, said it "absolutely" was a springboard toward Super Bowl XLIV because it validated what Payton was building around quarterback Drew Brees, running back Reggie Bush and receiver Marques Colston.

"That was our really first big steppingstone," Carney said.

It was Payton's first season, and all he accomplished was to win as many games in three weeks as the Saints had won the entire previous nomadic season, when they played "home" games in San Antonio and even New Jersey.

Katrina forced residents to seek shelter in the Superdome. It tore holes in the roof. The days that followed left the stench of death and human waste.
At least one New Orleans official said the Superdome had hosted its last football game. The club came close to moving to San Antonio.

What Dat? That's what Saints fans could have asked 13 months and $186.5 million later, after workers had removed 4,000 tons of debris and attached a new, 9.7-acre roof. Not only did the Superdome have a new fleur-de-lis on life, it became a symbol of the one thing Saints fans never seemed to lose: hope.

"We reflect back to the years when our kids were small," said Bob Remy, 72, third in line in 1967 when season tickets first went on sale. "I'm talking about people in their 70s and 80s. It would be a special day outside and your wife would go to the park with the kids. You'd be at the game. You're losing 35-3, half the people are gone and the other half were drunk."
Remy, now one of the team's statisticians, said the Falcons game ushered in an era of "rewards for long-suffering Saints fans."

The 70,003 fans began lining up 4 1/2 hours before kickoff. They cheered U2 and Green Day, who opened The Saints Are Coming with the line, "There is a house in New Orleans, they call the Superdome." Former President George H.W. Bush performed the coin toss.
"It was almost like a championship game or a Super Bowl," Carney said.

Added Jaworski, an ESPN analyst: "I was standing right by the Saints tunnel as they come onto the field and I don't know if it was an illusion I was having, but the Saints players were three feet off the ground."
Four snaps into the game, Steve Gleason barreled up the middle and blocked a punt that Curtis Deloatch fell on. Touchdown, Saints. Time elapsed: 90 seconds.
"It has been said that Steve Gleason is responsible for spilling the most beer in the Superdome at one point," Carney said.

Joyous fans in Section 639 piled on one another. One fan broke her glasses. Another gave thanks that he rejected a $1,000 offer for his tickets.
Jimmy and Marilyn Felder had every reason to celebrate. They arrived 2 1/2 hours before kickoff in search of seats %u2014 the seats they had lived in after the hurricane.
"I'm getting goosebumps," said Eisen, who hosted the pre-game show for the NFL Network. "It was like it was scripted."

The script demanded victory.

"It really wasn't about football that day," Reggie Bush said. "It was about the city of New Orleans. It was about the ... lives that were lost in Hurricane Katrina and trying to rebuild New Orleans."
Carney made field goals of 37, 51 and 20 yards. Although he won't kick Sunday, he is now the team's kicking consultant. He knows he helped the Saints arrive here in part because of that raucous Monday night. As loyal as Saints fans have long been, Carney said, "They kind of reconnected with the team at that point, and the roots started growing deeper."
Said Brees: "What it symbolized for not only our city and our community but really the country: just the fact that we are resilient and we will rise again. We will come back not just to where we were before but better than we were before.

"I think that experience is one that will live in my heart forever."
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19. Patrap
2:49 AM GMT on July 15, 2012
Er,,Football did more for NOLA in 2010-11, and 2006 when the Dome re-opened if I Recall.

The Saints and Charities locally have donated Millions and time with Players since 1967.

A lil search can easily put that rumor to bed.

Drew Brees and his wife are MODEL citizens here.

Thanx for stopping by.

And Enjoy the Super Bowl here in Feb 2013.

Drew Brees and Local Charities


Drew Brees .com


Improving the quality of life for cancer patients, and provide care, education and opportunities for children and families in need.



New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees helps install siding on a home for a Habitat for Humanity build.
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18. originalLT
1:32 AM GMT on July 15, 2012
When my wife heard that contract on TV, she was outraged! How dare they spend that sum of money on someone--especially in New Orleans, when thousands of people are still suffering the effects of Katrina. Better the club should donate at least half that amount to the poor people of the area.--Could she be right?
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17. Patrap
6:00 PM GMT on July 14, 2012
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16. Patrap
3:03 AM GMT on July 14, 2012
I was 10, and would wait 40 years to feel that good again.Post Super Bowl Win 2011.

For Dad, Mom, Boss and Lady, Mr. Eddie and Miss Laura.

It's Good, It's good,It's Good !!!

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15. Patrap
2:10 AM GMT on July 14, 2012
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14. Patrap
11:31 PM GMT on July 13, 2012


the pic above is by Lauren 'Fleurty Girl' Thom!
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13. Patrap
9:00 PM GMT on July 13, 2012
Happy Clare Day back atcha Kenn.

U betcha we be goin tkeith.

Who Dat Nation rolls on...

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12. ycd0108
8:39 PM GMT on July 13, 2012
Happy Clare Day Pat.
100 million!
Soon they'll be talkin' some
real" money.
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11. tkeith
7:10 PM GMT on July 13, 2012
Saints in da Super Bowl on Poydras this year :)
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10. Patrap
3:11 PM GMT on July 12, 2012
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9. Patrap
2:44 AM GMT on July 12, 2012
Uploaded by johnpaily on Jul 19, 2011

The Singularity is real.

By virtue of second law of thermodynamics it is inevitable. In the absence of Truth it creates fear. In thermodynamics it emerged as heat death of the universe. In General Relativity it emerged as the point to which all the matter collapses in time to take new birth [Big bang]. In modern world it is the black hole into which all the information collapses. From the point of biology and evolutionist it becomes the point where machines grow to beat the potentiality of Human mind and makes him slave.

All this potentially fearful evolution emerges, from our basic vision and assumption that universe is material. These fears vanish and hope emerges the moment you switch your fundamental assumption that universe is material and think it as living conscious and intelligent being. Then all the conceptual thinking of singularity becomes valid as Living Science, centered on one Super Soul and Mind that Creates and controls everything. Our present Evolution of the universe becomes a journey of the Creator in time to awaken human consciousness and intelligence to meet the Mind of God or the Creator, such that we humans beat death and gain life.

We are approaching the gate of singularity and Truth is the Key to open the door to Golden Age or Kingdom of God. We are in the edge of death and destruction, the more we delay comprehending the Truth greater will be the destruction. Universe needs to be understood as Consciousness and intelligence [Information] unfolding and enfolding eternally sustaining the universe in time.




This is a talk downloaded from internet. I have kept them in one place, since I refer to them in my site -- 2012 -- Science Meets God - Awakening of Consciousness and Intelligence and Knowing the Mind of God - A site that speaks the simple realities and the ultimate Truth of Nature that can help us transcend and survive 2012

https://sites.google.com/site/2012sciencemeetsgod /


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8. Patrap
1:38 AM GMT on July 12, 2012
Leroy Brown
Two unfunded wars. An unfunded Medicare Part D which is a gift to the insurance companies and big pharma. And now this. We are paying less in taxes than at any time in the last year. Crumbling infrastructure. Crumbling schools and cities. You can't run a country on bubble bum and harsh rhetoric


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7. Patrap
11:10 PM GMT on July 11, 2012
Goodnight, sleep tight, big bright SUN has gone away
ya know it’s gone away
good bye, don’t cry, tomorrow bring us a brand new day
we can run away
And they’ll laugh up and down the hall
Don’t go shout when you hear them fall
Let them fly right across the wall
Let them cry till the morning call

X2 little angel dance

Big night, bright lights, time now to lay them under arrest
put’em under arrest
bad guys, mean eye, all gone away to where they belong
let’s just sing our song
And they’ll laugh up and down the hall
Don’t go shout when you hear them fall
Let them fly right across the wall
Let them cry till the morning call

X3 little angle dance




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5. Patrap
3:52 AM GMT on July 11, 2012
Love, Love, Love.
Love, Love, Love.
Love, Love, Love.

There's nothing you can do that can't be done.
Nothing you can sing that can't be sung.
Nothing you can say but you can learn how to play the game.
It's easy.

Nothing you can make that can't be made.
No one you can save that can't be saved.
Nothing you can do but you can learn how to be you in time.
It's easy.

All you need is love.
All you need is love.
All you need is love, love.
Love is all you need.

All you need is love.
All you need is love.
All you need is love, love.
Love is all you need.

Nothing you can know that isn't known.
Nothing you can see that isn't shown.
Nowhere you can be that isn't where you're meant to be.
It's easy.

All you need is love.
All you need is love.
All you need is love, love.
Love is all you need.

All you need is love (All together, now!)
All you need is love. (Everybody!)
All you need is love, love.
Love is all you need (love is all you need)
(love is all you need) (love is all you need)
(love is all you need) Yesterday (love is all you need)
(love is all you need) (love is all you need)

Yee-hai!
Oh yeah!
love is all you need, love is all you need,love is all you need, love is all you need, oh yeah oh hell yea! love is all you need love is all you need love is all you need.


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4. ycd0108
11:59 PM GMT on July 10, 2012
Good Catch Pat!
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3. PedleyCA
11:32 PM GMT on July 10, 2012
Thanks for posting that Pat....
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2. Patrap
10:25 PM GMT on July 10, 2012
Yer welcome..

Anytime.
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1. Morgana
10:24 PM GMT on July 10, 2012
Patrap
Thank you posted to fb.
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