Thursday, 4 September 2014

Peri's Case

This is a catch up to Carla Moquin's progressing challenged selection about which I blogged here and here.

The advance for Peri's case is in advancement. The court has consented to waive a great part of the expense of recording the request, however the expense for having the transcript readied of what happened at the trial (what the judge said, what the affirmation was, and so on.) can't be waived. This transcript is additionally the most basic archive for a fruitful request.

Carla needs to think of pretty nearly $2,800 to pay the court journalist in a little more than one week to set up this transcript or the claim will be rejected. Carlais as of now recouping from the expense of the trial and don't have the cash for this at this time, in spite of the fact that things are looking great with Carla's Parenting in the Workplace Institute work and with Nyles' graduate school understudy advances for the fall, and Carla foresees that she will be fit as a fiddle in a couple of months- -we simply need help now so we are not compelled to abandon our deliberations for Peri. Our family would be thankful for credits or gifts in any sum (we are cheerful to sign an agreement or other report, as fancied, for reimbursement of any advances). If you don't mind email us specifically or call us at (801) 897-8702 in the event that you wish to do a credit so we can examine the subtle elements.

If its not too much trouble help us to proceed with our endeavors to guarantee Peri's prosperity. In view of the brief time period in which we have to raise cash and on the grounds that the transcript expense must be paid by a check, we are asking that gifts be made through Paypal if at all conceivable (click on the picture underneath, which will report that we are so near our objective). In the event that you would like to pay with check, please reach us so we can attempt to figure out how to get things composed in the vital timeline.

Tuesday, 26 February 2013


In Persian mythology, the Peri (Persian: پری‎ pari) are descended from fallen angels who have been denied paradise until they have done penance. In earlier sources they are described as agents of evil; later, they are benevolent. They are exquisite, winged, fairy-like creatures ranking between angels and evil spirits. They sometimes visit the realm of mortals.

In Persian mythology and literature

At the start of Ferdowsi's epic poem Shahnameh, "The Book of Kings", the divinity Sorush appears in the form of a peri to warn Keyumars (the mythological first man and shah of the world) and his son Siamak of the threats posed by the destructive Ahriman. Peris also form part of the mythological army that Kaiumers eventually draws up to defeat Ahriman and his demonic son. In the Rostam and Sohrab section of the poem, Rostam's paramour, the princess Tahmina, is referred to as "peri-faced". Peris were the target of a lower level of evil beings called دیوسان divs (دَيۋَ daeva), who persecuted them by locking them in iron cages. This persecution was brought about by, as the divs perceived it, the peris' lack of sufficient self-esteem to join the rebellion against perversion.

Thursday, 26 July 2012

Piri piri

Pili pili (pili pili, peri peri) is a cultivar of Capsicum frutescens, one of the sources of chili pepper, that grows both wild and domesticated. It is a small, extremely spicy member of the Capsicum genus. It grows in Malawi, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Bring It On Home to Me

"Bring It On Home to Me" is a 1962 soul song written and recorded by R&B singer-songwriter Sam Cooke. The song, about infidelity, was a hit for Cooke and has become a pop standard covered by numerous artists of different genres. It is one of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll. Cooke's recorded version has Lou Rawls singing responses as an uncredited background singer.

This song is considered by many historians of soul music to be the founding, or at least definitive soul song, as it provides the formula that is still popular today. Cooke's live version of this song that he performed in Miami, from the album Live at the Harlem Square Club, 1963, can be seen as his personal vision of what soul music should be, owing to the texture and emotion conveyed through his vocals that night, and that were probably standard in Cooke's near-nightly shows in primarily black clubs.

Cooke had been a fan of Charles Brown and recorded a number Brown tunes on his live 1963 Night Beat album.

Smokey Robinson and Bryan Adams dueted on "Bring It On Home To Me", live at the Apollo Theatre Hall of Fame, Harlem, Manhattan, NYC, 1993