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Senator Edward "Ted" Kennedy - 1932 - 2009

Post By Lady Nia on 31-Aug-2009
Known as the Lion of the Senate, Edward Kennedy was the second most senior Senator in the United States Senate. Senator Kennedy A man that seemed to draw reactions of passionate extremes from adoration to rage, it is rare to find anyone who denies the Senator's influence on the world. Legislation authored by the Senator includes: The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 The National Cancer Act of 1971 The Anti Apartheid Act of 1986 The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 The Ryan White AIDS Care Act The Civil Rights Act of 1991 The Mental Health Parity Act of 1996 The 2007 State Children's Health Insurance Program The No Child Left Behind Act

Shake Your World of Warcraft Booty

Post By Lady Nia on 26-Aug-2009
Ever wonder where those World of Warcraft Dances come from? Here are some WoW Characters with the "original source" dancers.

If we can't laugh at ourselves.... :)

Post By Lady Nia on 24-Aug-2009
We've all known some of them. .. the pretenders.... and they give the rest of us a bad name, so this is for anyone who ever met a pretender on line. (Wait for the singer to come out.)

Just for fun!

Post By Lady Nia on 22-Aug-2009

Welcome Home Mimi, Yasmeen and Conner!

Post By Lady Nia on 22-Aug-2009
So glad to have two of Glenshadow/Nia's best and favorite players (and dear friends) back! Welcome home Mimi! Welcome home Mr and Mrs H!
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Happy Birthday David! Hope May Your Wishes Come True!

Post By Lady Nia on 14-Aug-2009

John Hughes 02-18-50 - 08-06-09 "The Man Who Wrote For Geeks"

Post By Lady Nia on 10-Aug-2009
The world has lost one of the most talented men of this age. "The flag's at half-mast," wrote film-maker Kevin Smith on Twitter. "John Hughes, the man who spoke for geeks way before anyone else did." If you don't know the name, you probably know the work. He wrote jokes for Rodney Dangerfield and Joan Rivers. He was a writer on the staff of National Lampoon Magazine. His screen plays include Class Reunion, National Lampoons Vacation, and Home Alone 2, Lost in New York He directed Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Weird Science, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Uncle Buck, Home Alone, and Curly Sue. His production credits include most of the movies he directed, along with National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, Dennis the Menance, Miracle on 34th Street - 1994, 101 Dalmatians, Home Alone 3, She's Having a Baby, Only the Lonely, and The Great Outdoors. Our thoughts and prayers with his family and friends.

For the X-Men Fans

Post By Lady Nia on 07-Aug-2009

Back at last

Post By Lady Nia on 19-May-2009
Thank you all for your patience with my long absences. Its been a very rough year for my family in a personal sense, but things are returning to normal, and I'm back. To anyone who joined the sight during my absence, welcome. To those who kept it going while I was gone, thank you so much! ">

Ricardo Montalban 11/25/1920-01/14/2009

Post By Lady Nia on 29-Apr-2009
Any fan of Star Trek, Fantasy Island or the Spykid Movies will remember Ricardo Montalban. For those who do not recognize the name, Montalban played Khan in the original Star Trek series and in the movie, "Wrath of Khan." He went on to play Mr. Roarke of Fantasy Island. He will be missed. In an age when white men often played people of every ethnicity, and an age when it was almost impossible for a member of the Hispanic or Latino community to find work in Hollywood, Montalban became a superstar.

Memorial-Tisha Ann Stewart

Post By Lady Nia on 15-Jan-2009
I've used Fate's page to memorialize some famous people over the years, and tonight, I'm using it to say goodbye to someone I love/d very much because memorials shouldn't be reserved for the rich and famous. Tisha Stewart was born to my cousin just a few weeks after my father died. Somehow, holding a new baby, seeing the miracle of a new life, made saying goodbye to someone I loved a tiny bit easier that summer, and Tisha's mother was happy to let me babysit as often as I wanted to. Like many women in our family, Tisha was smart and headstrong. She understood people, and that started at a very young age. One of my fondest memories is of Tish, trying to sneak out of the house, via the garage, with her big wheel and a serious case of the flue. When I caught her and told her she had to come back in the house, she insisted in that way that only a 5 year old can insist that fresh air was good for her "foo" and she needed to be outside so she could get better. On another visit, still at age 5, she had declared coats unnecessary, and when I told her she had to put one on she put her hands on her hip and announced, "I am not wearing that thing." I told her that she had to put on the coat or go inside and she told me, very matter of factly, "No. I don't." I threatened to spank her, and she wisely studied me, and then said, "No you won't. You don't believe in spanking and you love me." She was right, on both counts. When her mother remarried someone told her and her younger sister to give their "new Daddy" a hug. Her sister screwed up her face and announced, "He is NOT my Daddy. I HAVE a Daddy." Tisha quickly ran to her side, whispered, "Its okay. We know who Daddy is, and he'll figure it out." As it turned out, both girls were blessed to be loved, very much, by both of their "Daddy" and their "Step-Dad" and they loved them both back. She was a hero. Not only in my eyes, but in the eyes of many others. Like her father and her brother, she worked for the hazmat teams that were based in Houston, Texas, and when Katrina hit, she went to New Orleans to help clean up after the hurricane. She volunteered at the Tiger Sanctuary, and was known to spend many weekends hand feeding baby tigers, romping with tiger cubs, and brushing down larger tigers. She was into rock music, basketball, volleyball and life. Most of all, life. The love of her life was her daughter, born to her when she herself was little more than a child. A carbon copy of herself as a child. Being a single mother wasn't easy, but no one can remember Tisha ever complaining for a moment. The cancer was a shock to all of us. It doesn't happen to young people. It doesn't happen to single mothers of small children. Tisha was determined to beat it, because she was determined not to let her precious daughter face life without a mother. Other women would have given up early into the cancer fight when the going got very rough, and it got very rough very quickly. They removed intestines, they tried radiation, they tried chemotherapy. She had to use catheters and colostomy bags, but come Halloween when her daughter wanted her to be Madonna with her, she became Madonna. When all of us were supposed to cheering her up, she was emailing jokes and spirit lifting messages to us. As she wasted away to nothing more than a skeleton with a paperthin layer of skin stretched over her, she made jokes about her crash diet. She fought to be a good mother to the very end of her life. When she slipped into a coma and her daughter thought she was gone, she rallied at the sound of her daughter's tears, somehow finding the strength to say, "Love you," and "Mama's here." She died in her mother's arms Friday, November 21st, surrounded by people who have loved her since that summer long ago, and who will love her long after the ceremonies to say goodbye are done. Tish We miss you already, Tish, but don't worry about Rhylee hon. We'll love her the way we always loved you.

No, I haven't abandoned the site

Post By Lady Nia on 22-Nov-2008
I am starting to get emails asking if I have quit the site. I have not, but I have been focusing on some offline family-health issues and just haven't had the site on the top of my priority list. This site was really meant to belong to the users anyway, the goal being to let room owners do what they want to do with minimal interference from anyone, and David can do anything and everything I could do. So if you need a room opened, moved to public, etc., and you can't find me, please look for David. Sky/Nia
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Americans VOTE - It is your responsibility!

Post By Lady Nia on 12-Nov-2008

Happy All Hallows Eve!

Post By Lady Nia on 04-Nov-2008
Needless to say, the stats have dropped a little in recent days as many of our top story writers have been caught up in the daily grind of life. Welcomes to all of those who have joined us recently! Calisto, Silent Shadow from the Mist, Members of the World of Warcraft Guild Hord(without the E) Busters, Sunita Roy, Michelle, Drakkor Perius, Christopher Tyson, Calista Reese, Mashitaru, Louise, Robbie, Phactorri, Meriah, James Carson, Fureya, Krristin, Christina, Kenneth, Reba, Adelinia, and anyone else who I missed. I hope you all have a wonderful Halloween. Don't forget to set your clocks back!

Welcome to all our newest members!

Post By Lady Nia on 31-Oct-2008
Welcome to our new friends! May you have many wonderful adventures together! Krynul Shadowbird Artrus Kreechur Poison Dwayne Sonusai Krys Varvania Xanven Vampure23 FaeEllis Nightfall Dunkerstun Jennyfyr If you haven't seen me around lately, I apologize. Life happens to the best of us sometimes. Looks like you were all getting a lot of great games in while I was away though. Our membership list shows 3,432 characters registered to the site right now. I hope you're all having a wonderful time. Remember, if you are absent for too long you will expire off the system, so log in when you can, even if you can't play that day. For questions email fateslabyrinth@gmail.com or look for me on MSN as nuianna@hotmail.com I won't torture Xanax / DavidG and put his email up here, but if I'm not around, look for him. Despite his attempts to deny it, he is 1/2 owner of the site. :-) Nia
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