Even though the 49ers handled the Rams. Their body language still didn't seem right to me. I think most 49er fan should still be concerned until we get a couple more wins.
by Susannah Birch 11 years ago
I'm curious. If 80% of the way we communicate is body language, how can I understand a single thing one of you is saying? So I figure we should bring more body language into our posts. Instead of 'talking' to the next person, use body language.It can be anything you want to express to the next or...
by salt 11 years ago
We went to the beach for a swim and had a difficult moment and I went to the car, I went back to find him and couldnt, drove around and noted that he had taken his swim bag and towel, so was not still at the beach....Its 2.55 am here, that was at about 7 pm...
by Lady LaShonda 11 years ago
Could someone write a hub on "Couple's Body Language in Pictures?"I have a few pictures that I'd like to know what the body language means. For instance, him sitting in a chair, I'm standing on the right side with my left hand on his right shoulder. Another picture, We are standing side...
by ngureco 10 years ago
Do You Get Concerned On How SMS Texting Is Killing The English Language?
by Susan Reid 9 years ago
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama both today at rallies on the campaign trail.What do you notice?http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne … rally.htmlhttp://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/309198-1
by I am DB Cooper 10 years ago
The Giants and 49ers were both underdogs this past weekend, and both came away with a win. Now they'll play each other for the right to advance to the Super Bowl. Who do you think will win this matchup?
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