LordAnubis

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About LordAnubis

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  • Birthday 02/15/1986

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    Perth, West Australia
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    Remote Control Cars mainly and cigars of course.

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  1. Might have to get this! This was last weekend. And to keep ken company in the sin bin, here’s some freaky African porn. The only thing we didn’t see at Mara was rhino. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Wait... you sure that’s the demi tasse? They are supposed to be 30 rg. About the size of a cigarette. Either you’ve got baby hands or that looks more like a robusto size? Or am I going crazy and some optical illusions going on here? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Freezer & Tupperdor project

    What is that? Your rH is moving? How much is it moving? What does it look like it is steady at? I’m guessing you have active temperature control but not active humidity control by means of both hunidifier and dehumidifier? I’d say it’s probably water that condensed on coil or what not going back into air. That’s that last kick up a bit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Cuba's Cigar Exporting future

    Hahahha. Habanos promises to preserve quality. Ahahhahahahhahahah. Next we’ll hear that there’s a QC process [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. My thoughts. It is not my business who can and can not marry. Pretty much as long as two of age, consenting human beings wish to be married it is their right. The plebiscite is a waste of time and money. I fear it is more of a 120 million dollar check to see if there’s a significant number of the population who care about a particular point of view. Turnbull won by a foreskin in the last election. He wouldn’t have if they didn’t make a coalition or whatever. If he sees numbers voting for or against and those votes he can win in the next election then siding with one side of voters would be advantageous. But what I don’t understand at all is the crap about changing the law. A PM made the change by himself. The fact our current PM refuses to make another change is cowardice. I hope the queen makes a decree that all commonwealths must allow marriage equality. That would be awesome [emoji16] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I’ll wear ear plugs. I’ll be in Cape Town. But I’ll wear earplugs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I found the loophole

    Nah. It can't have been any of those places. An Indian passport is pretty much as useful as Monopoly money. We're in India trying to get a heap of visas for the next few destinations! All good rob! Only a bit of minor flooding in Mumbai. Got smashed by mossies in Kerala so may be a bout of dengue waiting for me. No point being in a comfy pool. The edge is the best place to live life [emoji23][emoji1417] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Saw this in a dodgy road side restaurant in India last night. Poo is solid as so atleast no side effects were had from the mediocre food. In any case back to the point... So... smokings allowed I'm pretty sure. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Congratulations Jeremy

    Oh no. Jer is breeding!!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Week One NFL: Table & commentary

    Mod duties just increased by 1 billion times now that ken is unleashed [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Eid ul Hajj Mubarak

    I'm always skeptical about explanatory novels. Islam is not perfect from a current society point of view. It just isn't. The balance is in finding the things that are suitable and those that are not. A lot of the problem is context. There's a classic line that people (both the Islamic extremists and anti Islam extremists) keep referring to about "kill them (non Muslims) where you find them". Islam does teach that. It is clearly written. It was said by the prophet Muhammad. But it's the context that explains it. The Muslims had just taken back the city of medina (I think it was). They were persecuted and kicked out. And after a decade retook the city presumably through some sort of war where there would have been casualties on both sides. The instruction from the prophet was that all non Muslims in the city were to be given 4 months to sort their affairs and leave. They were not to be harmed and would be assisted in leaving the city. After that time, "kill them where you find them". It is still a city to this day that is not accessible to non Muslims. It's the context that most people (from both Muslim and non Muslims sides) don't understand, and is the key of knowledge that needs to be spread... in my opinion. Religion is nothing, without the historical teachings of those times to accompany it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Eid ul Hajj Mubarak

    I don't actually now what it's used for and why, but I know it's the sole right of the wife. It's a debt that can be paid in future but it's a debt that can never be forgone even after the death of her husband, her heirs inherit the debt of the payment owed to the wife. The wife can choose to not ask for a payment amount. Ultimately it's something that is decided between the husband and wife. Obviously there would be cases of extreme payments demanded etc. I've not personally heard of them though and certainly not in my family. Mahr can be paid in anything. Cash, gold, rice, cows sheep. Whatever is agreed between the husband and wife. And yes it can be paid at a later date. You can say I will pay you 3000 dollars one year from now. This is agreed confirmedninfront of the witnesses who are witnessing the marriage. They are aware of these terms and conditions. The public as whole who are at the wedding do not need to be told what the mahr is, only the direct witnesses chosen. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Eid ul Hajj Mubarak

    Eid Mubarak to one and all Wish all of you a day full of happiness, family, and friends. In light of recent events, I'll spread some experiences about marriage in Islam. The process is basically this. The woman has to have a guardian. This is generally a father, grandfather, brother etc. It is the responsibility of this guardian to verbally ask the bride if she agrees to marry the groom, in the presence of atleast 2 witnesses. The guardian then is the one in the actual wedding (nikah) ceremony. The ceremony is literally a 1 minute process. The guardian of the bride asks the groom to marry the bride. The groom then simply replies "I accept". The three requirements for a marriage to be performed are a maher (basically a payment to the bride from the groom), at least two witnesses, and the ceremony to be performed. Anyway. Have a good day everyone. Prayers and blessings to one and all [emoji16] Mus Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Eid Mubarak to one and all Wish all of you a day full of happiness, family, and friends. In light of recent events, I'll spread some experiences about marriage in Islam. The process is basically this. The woman has to have a guardian. This is generally a father, grandfather, brother etc. It is the responsibility of this guardian to verbally ask the bride if she agrees to marry the groom, in the presence of atleast 2 witnesses. The guardian then is the one in the actual wedding (nikah) ceremony. The ceremony is literally a 1 minute process. The guardian of the bride asks the groom to marry the bride. The groom then simply replies "I accept". The three requirements for a marriage to be performed are a maher (basically a payment to the bride from the groom), at least two witnesses, and the ceremony to be performed. Anyway. Have a good day everyone. Prayers and blessings to one and all [emoji16] Mus Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Congratulations Mus.....

    Hey hey hey. I don't pay half price thank you very much. It's a community hall. They practically paid us to use it. Cooked most of the food in our garage in the morning. My cousin and I getting ready. The hall A few of the best mates anyone could ask for. A shame I couldn't join the fellas outside for a smoke. All in all a quick ceremony, bit of grub, and send everyone on their way. The glitches. My brother was the MC. And opened by saying his wife's name instead of mine [emoji23] and then just after the ceremony finished, the fire alarm went off and everyone had to be evacuated for safe measure. The fire brigade came and everything. [emoji23] Anyway. Reema and I have both quit our jobs. We're travelling around the world for the next five months. And depending on how broke we are when we get back to Aus next year, we'll see what to do after that Thanks for all the well wishes folks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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