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Alfpidasant, July 18, 2008, 03:15
Hi, how I can find the team who make this site?  (reply to this post)

re.gifHaunted, July 21, 2008, 13:48
Julia McNeil made this site - you can find her under "Jules" in the directory
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Billybossman, July 12, 2008, 08:01
Hi, where I can rean news on this site?  (reply to this post)


Christian, January 3, 2005, 20:45
Dont they realize that most of the prostitution and trans and all the stuff they term as "perversion" is a result of them being so damn poor that they are forced into it. They are victims of the international sex trade. You would think that people in this day and age would be more tolerant then that. Espically exfamily youth  (reply to this post)

re.gifJoe H, January 3, 2005, 23:38
Afraid not
You've fallen into the fallacy of expecting your fellowman to have a natural propensity for rational thought. Perhaps you should bone up on Joe's First Principle of Human Psychology: "People are idiots". Especially the Family's youth (which I think is what you meant by "Espically [sic] exfamily youth")
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re.gifJerseygirl, January 5, 2005, 08:45
Bone up on YOUR principles??
Are you trying to brainwash people, or are you subtly trying to hint to us that you have a book coming out soon?
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re.gifJoe H, January 7, 2005, 13:17
Benefits of Backsliding
I don't need to brainwash anyone, Jerz. You asked me into your heart a long time ago. Backsliding will only bring you closer to me.
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Haunted, December 29, 2004, 10:29
I just wanted to post something in rememberance of all those who perished in the Tsunami a few days ago. I've wanted to say something but I feel as if there are no words to express the intense sadness that fills my heart as I think of all those whose loved-ones were swept away in an instant...

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re.gifmoon beam, December 30, 2004, 05:39
So tragic
It's heartbreaking,
Its good to know that a record 16 million has already beeen donated by the UK to add to the other countries who are raising money for the survivers of this most tragic event.
I was seriously disgusted with some comments on ex-family youth, implying that this was a judgment from God on a modern day Sodom and Gomorah.!!!
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re.gifJohnnieWalker, December 30, 2004, 06:59
Pose for some CTP photos, anyone?
How heartless. It's even more sickening when you realise that these same people will turn around and use this tragic event to milk rent money from donors.
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Question, June 21, 2002, 22:56
Piper and Ro
Where did this posting go?
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re.gifGarey Simmons, August 22, 2002, 23:25
From Piper's Dad
You can visit Piper's own website at It's been down a month or more due to hosting company problems.

I hope to retrieve the guestbook and get it back up so people can post their remembrances.

Piper was not only my first born, he was my best friend. He had a heart for people that would not quit. His greatest passion in life after Ro and Sean was to help ex-family second generation to make something of themselves.

Piper had just bought a townhouse in Annapolis and was going to school at the Community College. We were on the verge of starting a real estate business together.

He returned to Russia to help Ro close down their apartment and then return to the US.

After spending 6 Christmases in Russia, they were ready for a change. Ro had been really busy opening a Victoria's Secrets-type boutique, and they decided to go to their mountain paradise for a few days of snowboarding.

From the video clips and pictures we recovered after the car accident, we can see they had a wonderful vacation and were really enjoying themselves.

I just took Regina, their long time friend to the memorial gardens were their ashes lay in Maryland. She was the first visitor they have had outside of the personal family. We have planted a dogwood tree by their stone and we have begonias hanging there too.

More people our coming this Sunday.

Regina was great. She brought fresh cut flowers and we sat there and talked. Feel free to write:
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Daniel Brinich Memorial -- Memorial Site for Daniel

In memory of Piper Simmons -- Piper and Rosita, were tragically killed in a car accident on December 28 in Russia where they had been working with a humanitarian aid agency.

Memorial Site for Family Members -- This site was created and is maintained by Family members in rememberance of some of the people lost.

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