Mann (I Love How You Love Me)

I Love How You Love Me. By Barry Mann & Larry Kolber

I suppose this is my favorite song of all time. Especially as performed by the Paris Sisters. So here is my take on it, or should I say my 89th take on it. F…

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THE MOMENTS * I Love How You Love Me * (B.Mann-L.Kolber-suom.san.J.Itkonen)

The Moments on suomalainen 1997 perustettu Rautalanka-yhtye..!! themoments.us The Moments – Lost Moments album.

What is your favorite board game of all time? Mann i love Monopoly its the best thing ever since t.v. j/k.. mann i also loved, mann i didnt love it i worshipped it lol hungry hungry hippos when i was just ee tiny lil’ lad and i guess i still do.lmao. So whats your favorite boardgames?

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Monopoly is great because it’s fairly easy to cheat, and as a result, it’s fairly easy to win. Pop-O-Matic Trouble is great, but sometimes I spend more time pressing the thing with the die than I do actually playing the game. Othello is great, but it’s pretty racist.I’d have to say that Monopoly is my favorite.
MONOPOLY I wanted to play GHETTOPOLY but they banned it before it even came out lol
I love Monopoly, but I never play it wtih anyone anymore. It can become dangerous. My ex used to cheat and that really ticked me off. We fought every time we played it. Me and my current boyfriend won’t even touch it. lol Oh yeah, I almost forgot Clue. I love that one too.

Monopoly i guess haha. but i like playing taboo too =x if it can be counted as a board game that is🙂

I have to say Monopoly all the way!! I remembered playing with family and friends for hours! I even tried to play the Monopoly videogame. But, nothing like the real thing. I have to buy one now that I moved. That’s an essential board game in every home.My runner-up: Scrabble in Spanish.

What are some good books or websites about the history of tarot cards? I love using them, but I realized I have no idea how they came about or how the cards were named and I’m curious. I am a firm believer in understanding what you use to use it better, so any help would be great!
There are several good books regarding this — Michael Dummett has two of them. “The History of Occult Tarot” traces the beginnings of Tarot to do readings; “The Game of Tarot” follows the origins of the game originally played with Tarot cards. Note that this last book is nearly impossible to find and can cost hundreds of dollars if you do find one. I often see the first one in used bookstores and clearance tables at very reasonable prices.Stuart Kaplan has a series of “Encyclopedias” of Tarot decks as well as good information on origins. You can find these at regular book sources.

Historians believe that playing cards first arrived in Europe from the Middle East in the late 14th century. However, according to historian Tom Tadfor Little, the first known record of tarot cards is a 15th century letter from the Duke of Milan requesting several decks of cards for “triumph,” a game similar to bridge. Triumph included four suits of cards numbered one through ten; court cards including a king, a queen, a knight and a page; and a series of 22 picture cards that functioned as permanent trump cards. The game was popular throughout Europe. In Italy it was known as tarocchi while in France it became known as tarot. You can see the rest of the article at tarot-house.com/historyoftarotcards.html

There are some excellent books on the subject, though they are not always easy to get hold of. The best and broadest account of the cards’ history is this one:The Game of Tarotby Michael Dummett with the assistance of Sylvia Mann Duckworth 1980 ISBN 0 7156 10147However, it is very hard to obtain if you want to buy it. You’re best chance of reading a copy is to ask your local library.There is a two volume set of books that give a very detailed account of how Tarot cards became associated with the occult and its development by occultists from the late 18th century through to the 1970s:A Wicked Pack of CardsBy Ronald Decker, Thierry Depaulis & Michael DummettSt Martin’s Press 1996 ISBN 0 312 16294 4A History of the Occult Tarot 1870-1970By Ronald Decker and Michael DummettDuckworth 2002 ISBN 0 7156 3122 5If the games of tarot are of interest to you, then this two volume set traces their development throughout Europe from the very earliest accounts of the games to the present day. It is a massive work and sadly a bit costly – but your library may be able to get them for you:A History of Games played with the Tarot Pack Volumes One & TwoBy Michael Dummett and John McLeodEdwin Mellen Press 2004Volume One ISBN 0 7734 6447 6 Volume Two ISBN 0 7734 6449 2Supplement from Maproom Publications 2009 ISBN 978 0 9562370 0 2 For the internet, there are a number of good sites, though as I write this, the wiki page is providing a rather good account just now:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TarotThere are some excellent sites by serious researchers into the history:trionfi.com/forum.tarothistory.com/pre-gebelin.blogspot.com/ludustriumphorum.blogspot.com/

Is Horace Mann a good company to work for? My wife is thinking of working for Horace Mann Insurance Co., and was wondering if anyone had had any direct experience either working for them or knew someone who had. I found a question 10 months ago posted on this exact subject but the one answer was less than helpful.
Do you have any good tips for studying a foreign language? I am studying German and I love it. Do you have any tricks or tips to make studying easier?
1. Always learn every German noun together with its correct article and plural : “der Mann, die Männer”; “die Frau, die Frauen”; “das Kind, die Kinder”, . It will save a lot of time and headache later on.2. Keep it interesting by learning on your own informal German and German slang. A good start : bbc.co.uk/languages/german/cool/3. As soon as you feel confident enough, buy the best German dictionary you can afford (a few recommendations : german.about.com/library/weekly/aatp-dict.htm ), and spend every week a few hours in German language immersion, even if it’s reading an online German newspaper or magazine. A few online resources : omniglot.com/links/german.php#radiotv

Don’t give up on studying even for 1 day. because German Grammar is very heavy!you shouldn’t loose touch with German.

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Hi. I'm music arranger and composer. Mostly focus on classical genres. Also give music lessons.
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