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  • Birthday 05/05/1983

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    Teeny Tina
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    Coffee, rainy days, spending quality time with family and friends, long walks, anything having to do with nature!

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  1. Kristina Klein

    HS-Livestream: [09.07.2018]

    Seeee.... the last Halloween picture we were showing was witches and I mentioned it reminded me of Halloween cartoons. Here is my proof:
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    HS-Livestream: [09.02.2018]

    herrroooooooo
  3. Kristina Klein

    E087: Relations of Reality

    Is a hotdog a sandwich? I would have to say no. A hot dog is on a bun which technically is not a slice of bread-- and is a sandwich not something between to pieces of bread? If you think that buns are in fact bread because they are made of the same ingredients then I ask do you believe a bun is 2 pieces of bread held together? If that is the case would you separate those 2 pieces?-- I think not since your hotdog would not have a sensible place to lie whilst you top it with extra goodness... Such a dilemma!
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    E086: Rising Higher

    This is a very interesting question. I would think that water would have to be wet in order to make whatever comes in contact with it wet.
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    E079: Christmas 2017

    [ This show has Ended ] However, you can still post your thoughts on the particular subject that has been presented here. Comments made after the show might still be read on the next current show, as we review daily. Comments made during the show will be read on air. Humanastory! Listen Live Presents - Coffee With Humanastory Hosts: Brian Klein / Co-Hosts: Kristina Klein, Marilyn Sly Runtime: 35:13 35.13 MIN SP Guest: NONE "Coffee with Humanastory!", is the official Humanastory Live shows involving a no scripted conversation and interaction with our humanastorians. Theme of the day: Fantastic Friday 037 / Christmas 2017 Question of the day: Saint Nicholas or Father Christmas? You can download the full audio: Here. Please Note: Hosts and Co-Hosts may use this main thread to answer this shows official questions. If you have some information to provide and want it done so, live; present your information below. Image of the day: Editorial Notes: Happy Thoughts! Live, Love, Laugh (A Lot) Today's Show Minutes From Last Show Food For Thought | Current Events Comment Read Tidbits Polls Image of the Day Thoughts on our Question of the Day Submitted Story Miscellaneous Information: Christmas Trivia | https://conversationstartersworld.com/christmas-trivia/ U.S. Census Bureau | El Cajon CA | https://www.census.gov/ Crime Statistics | El Cajon, CA | https://www.neighborhoodscout.com/ The Guardian | Pentagon Admits Running Secret UFO Investigations For Five Years | http://bit.ly/2kRh8IM Story Submission | Blox The Amazing | https://community.humanastory.com/topic/726-blox-the-amazing/ NewsWeek | California Fire Update | http://www.newsweek.com/california-fire-map-update-thomas-wildfire-second-largest-state-history-753509 Fire Officer's Guide to Disaster Control Ch. 13 | https://youtu.be/p1DCOiHM6X0 Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer | AOL | https://www.aol.com/video/view/554189d6e4b0f6194188a00f/ Saint Nicolas St. Nicholas was a Greek bishop who lived in the 4th century and was famous for his generosity and gift giving. Sinterklaas (Dutch for St. Nicholas) gives gifts on December 5th and is based on St. Nicholas. Father Christmas Father Christmas dates back to at least the 16th century and is the personification of Christmas cheer and is widely considered synonymous with the modern Santa Claus. Featured Town: El Cajon, California Incorporated: 1912 9235.2 Acres | 14.43 Sq. Miles Population of 103,768 (as of July 1st, 2017) | ~6,892.4 per mile. El Cajon is Spanish for "The Box," which describes its valley location surrounded by mountains. El Cajon is San Diego's largest eastern city, accessible by Interstate 8 just east of La Mesa and south of Santee. El Cajon has witnessed incredible growth over the last few decades. It is home to busy Parkway Plaza mall, Gillespie Field Regional Airport, and the annual Mother Goose Parade. Top Things To Do: The Water Conservation Garden | 12122 Cuyamaca College Dr W, El Cajon, CA 92019-4317 Sycuan Casino | 5469 Casino Way, El Cajon, CA 92019-1823 Parkway Plaza | 415 Parkway Plz, El Cajon, CA 92020-2571 Town Statistics: Safer than only 25% of all other cities in the United States. My Chances of Becoming a Victim of a Violent Crime - 1 in 286 Thomas Fire: County:Santa Barbara County,Ventura County Location:Hwy 150 and Hwy 126, north of Santa Paula Acres Burned - Containment:272,200 acres - 60% contained Thanks and Credits: Doug Clevinger Michael John Humanastory Tantalizing Tidbits of Information: (Tweet us yours @humanastory) Prince Albert was the reason Christmas tree decorating became a tradition. Coca Cola came up with Santa's red suit in the 1930's. Rudolph was created in 1939 for Montgomery Wards coloring books. He was almost named Reginald and he almost didn't have a red nose. Jingle Bells was originally a Thanksgiving song, and it was the first song broadcast from space. Merrymaking use to be illegal and could cost you five shillings if caught back in 1659. We're 100% Funded by listeners like you consider pledging or contributing a one time contribution: Support us with a monthly pledge or paid membership here. Feel like a one time contribution, do so here.
  6. Kristina Klein

    Xmas in Style

    Xmas in Style

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  7. Kristina Klein

    Merry Christmas!

    Merry Christmas!

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  8. Kristina Klein

    So Pretty!

    So Pretty!

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  9. Kristina Klein

    Did You Say Christmas?!?

    Did You Say Christmas?!?

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  10. Kristina Klein

    Xmas Kittens

    Xmas Kittens

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  11. Kristina Klein

    Catching Snow

    Catching Snow

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  12. Kristina Klein

    E076: Family Morality

    [ This show Has Ended ] However, you can still post your thoughts on the particular subject that has been presented here. Comments made after the show might still be read on the next current show, as we review daily. Comments made during the show will be read on air. Humanastory! Listen Live Presents - Coffee With Humanastory Hosts: Brian Klein / Co-Hosts: Kristina Klein, Marilyn Sly Runtime: 37:24 37.24 SP Guest: None "Coffee with Humanastory!", is the official Humanastory Live shows involving a no scripted conversation and interaction with our humanastorians. Theme of the day: Fantastic Friday 034 / Family Morality Question of the day: Of the two, when feeding dinner, do you feed your mate first or your children first? You can download the full audio: Here. Please Note: Hosts and Co-Hosts may use this main thread to answer this shows official questions. If you have some information to provide and want it done so, live; present your information below. Image of the day: Editorial Notes: Happy Thoughts! Live, Love, Laugh (A Lot) Today's Show News / Polls Story Submissions Comment Read Tidbits Thoughts on our Question of the Day Miscellaneous Information: US DIVORCE | American Psychological Association | http://www.apa.org/topics/divorce/ CAL DIVORCE | The Orange County Register | http://bit.ly/2zCKYa3 Thanks and Credits: Doug Clevinger Michael John Humanastory Tantalizing Tidbits of Information: (Tweet us yours @humanastory) A giraffe can clean its ears with its 21 inch tongue. A Canadian farmer in 1984 tried renting advertising space for his cows. Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin both married their cousins. Cats sleep for 70% of their lives. The Falkland Isles has over 700,000 sheep (350 per person). M&M's actually stands for "Mars and Murrie's", the last names of the candy's founders. We're 100% Funded by listeners like you consider pledging or contributing a one time contribution: Support us with a monthly pledge or paid membership here. Feel like a one time contribution, do so here.
  13. Kristina Klein

    E075: Thanksgiving 2017

    [ This show has Ended ] However, you can still post your thoughts on the particular subject that has been presented here. Comments made after the show might still be read on the next current show, as we review daily. Comments made during the show will be read on air. Humanastory! Listen Live Presents - Coffee With Humanastory Hosts: Brian Klein / Co-Hosts: Kristina Klein, Marilyn Sly Runtime: 38:36 38.36 MIN SP Guest: None "Coffee with Humanastory!", is the official Humanastory Live shows involving a no scripted conversation and interaction with our humanastorians. Theme of the day: Fantastic Friday 033 / Thanksgiving 2017 Question of the day: Are you thankful? You can download the full audio: Here. Please Note: Hosts and Co-Hosts may use this main thread to answer this shows official questions. If you have some information to provide and want it done so, live; present your information below. Image of the day: Editorial Notes: Happy Thoughts! Live, Love, Laugh (A Lot) Today's Show News / Polls Story Submissions Comment Read Tidbits Thoughts on our Question of the Day Miscellaneous Information: MANSION DEAD, 83 | CNN | http://bit.ly/2B7K9q1 WAIT BEFORE YOU GO | BLOG | http://bit.ly/2yDJLPn SMALL THOUGHTS | WBT | http://bit.ly/2BdNy7v Thanks and Credits: Michael Jon Humanastory Tantalizing Tidbits of Information: The first Thanksgiving was held in the autumn of 1621. Thanksgiving didn't become a national holiday until 200 years later. There was no turkey on the menu at the firs thanksgiving, rather deer, duck, oysters, eel, and fish. Thanksgiving is the reason for TV dinners like Swanson. Thanksgiving was almost a fast instead of a feast as the early settlers gave thanks by praying and not eating food. We're 100% Funded by listeners like you consider pledging or contributing a one time contribution: Support us with a monthly pledge or paid membership here. Feel like a one time contribution, do so here.
  14. Kristina Klein

    Rock Star

    Rock Star

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  15. Kristina Klein

    Day 5-- Sedona Arizona

    Day 5 - Sedona Arizona We loved the town of Sedona so much that we decided to stay another day and enjoy the scenery and relaxation of the red rock town. We woke up in the morning to all the rooftops covered in snow and the brisk chill throughout the air. There is a certain feel about the town and its people that leave you with a permanent smile on your face as you walk through the shops and enjoy the views. Of course because we are all coffee lovers and on vacation we could not start our last day without a good cup of Joe. Our boy was so excited that he grabbed my coffee as well and we snapped a shot of him in his coffee lover moment... With our caffeine in hand we decided to take a little drive through the town. Back behind the shops and eateries there are some beautiful little houses tucked away throughout the trees that still get the best views of the amazing red rocks. There is a wide variety of homes to big and fancy all the way to a quaint little trailer park. The air is quiet and the people truly seem to enjoy the spirit of Sedona as they keep everything nice and tidy and all the places have that sense of "home". After driving through the hidden parts of the town we decided to check out the rest of the little shops that we had missed the day before. There are so many tucked away throughout the town that they are easy to overlook. From places that offer tours, to many different places to eat and try snack foods, to the local stands where people sell their home made shirts, jewelry, and of course sweets. It is hard to resist all the amazing trinkets and savory treats that Sedona has to offer. Make sure if you are planning a trip that you have plenty of cash on hand if you decide to do shopping as it is a touristy town and you will pay extra for taking money from the available ATMs. We stumbled across an inner mall of sorts where there are several inter-connected shops that are filled with shirts, hats, and all the insects sealed in amber that your heart could possibly desire. Mark even made himself a friend that he tried to take home with us... There are so many things to see and do when visiting the town of Sedona that we barely got to see the majority of it in a couple of days. Had we known what a beautiful place it was when we started this vacation we would have devoted more time to this magical place. We spent the rest of our day relaxing, taking in all the views and sealing in our memories with some great pictures so we would never forget the awesome time we spent here. I would love to revisit Sedona just to take in all the beauty once again. Especially the time of year when the breeze has that extra freshness to it after the snow has fallen. We recommend coming here and just taking some time to relax as this is a perfect place for it. Thank you for coming along with us on our adventure through Arizona from the busy streets of Tucson, to the haunted mountain village of Jerome, and then to the tucked away beauty of Sedona. We will see you on the next Humanastory vacation.
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