SandChigger wrote:Well, according to chanilover, even if SR tried to hide his thing, the smell would still give it away.
Baraka Bryan wrote:A Thing of Eternity wrote::lol: Holy crap. Good to see you back!
I don't honestly even remember why you left, I thought it was a bit of a mystery at the time as well, couldn't figure out if you were angry or just wandered off. Maybe I'll dig through your posts to see what the deal was...
Hope you're well!
it was just a case of time poverty
Baraka Bryan wrote:and needing to prioritize my resources to something other than online discussion in the meantime I finished my internship, returned for the final year of my degree, graduated and started working full time 8 months ago. it's been slow around teh year-end so I figured I'd pass some time at work browsing the old forums.
Baraka Bryan wrote:how are things in AB? of course I assume you've gotten a membership and joined the wave of the WRA
Baraka Bryan wrote:WRA is basically a libertarian party. sort of tea-partyish but less populist. i thought the calgary mayoral race was so fascinating... shows the power of social media that he actually won. I was loving watching the TO race too. glad Ford won only because I don't have to deal with the cuts he'll make lol.
I'm working for a large Canadian CPG company in a management development program, currently doing a role in purchasing. it's been a great 8 months so far!
Hey welcome back بركة !
Wikipedia wrote:Baraka is used in contemporary French as a synonym of "luck". A person who has "baraka" is said to be able to emerge unscathed from dangerous situations.
lotek wrote:I must admit I googled the بركة I knew about the French use of baraka as many slang words derive directly from the north african French original languages. Most of them are a bit old fashionned like this one, but no doubt new ones have been used since.
Also, there is this baraka
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