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|September 27, 2016|
It's beach reading season – that time when even infrequent readers pick up or download the latest thriller, indulge in a fine romance or take a deep dive into a literary classic. That is time well-spent, a growing body of research suggests. And it's not just because reading makes us smarter, though it does. Reading meaty, character-driven fiction might actually make us better, more empathetic people, studies show. Some literary evangelists go further: they say that reading the right books at the beach can ease almost any human ailment.
Bruh, I'm sure you can find this statue of a little boy on Streetview, but I also want you to tell me who the statue is dedicated to.
Chock full o'Nuts is a brand of coffee originating from a chain of New York City coffee shops. Its unusual name derives from the eighteen shelled nut shops founder William Black had established under that banner in the city beginning in 1926. When the Depression struck he converted them to lunch counters serving a cup of coffee and a sandwich for 5 cents. In time the brand grew popular, being introduced to the consumer market through grocery stores starting in 1953. Today it is owned by coffee giant Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group, the largest privately held firm in the industry. Vintage Chock full o'Nuts metal coffee cans are collectible items sold on eBay.
When the first Harry Potter film hit the big screen nearly 15 years ago in 2001, all the characters just seemed so perfectly fitting. By now, most of those who read the books almost cannot imagine any other face when imagining the fictitious characters. But did you know, these 10 celebrities were considered and some almost took the role? Gandalf as Dumbledore? It could have changed everything!
Seriously, bruh. A complete AR-15 rifle with forward assist, a dust cover, and 30 round magazine for $434 shipped. You can't afford not to buy one.
Ernie, Hope the wheel is feeling better. Your redhead is standing at 1234 Montgomery Street, SF, CA. (37*47'58.85" N / 122*24'14.99" W) Although, can we know if she really is a redhead without carpet to compare to the drapes? Andrew
Bruh, close but remember I was looking for this *exact* same spot.
"It takes strength to be firm. It takes courage to be gentle. It takes strength to stand guard. It takes courage to let down your guard. It takes strength to conquer. It takes courage to surrender. It takes strength to be certain. It takes courage to have doubt. It takes strength to fit in. It takes courage to stand out. It takes strength to feel a friend's pain. It takes courage to feel your own pain. It takes strength to hide your own pains. It takes courage to show them. It takes strength to endure abuse. It takes courage to stop it. It takes strength to stand alone. It takes courage to lean on another. It takes strength to love. It takes courage to be loved. It takes strength to survive. It takes courage to live." - Dave L Griffith, the Cowboy Night Writer
At 244 lbs, she weighs more than all but four players on the New York Yankees 25 man roster. She'd stare down on the likes of NFL defensive linemen J.J. Watt and Mike Daniels. And she regularly spars with men. Meet Gabrielle Garcia, the scariest woman in mixed martial arts. The Brazilian behemoth, who stands 6'1" tall, is 100+ lbs too heavy to fight in the UFC's bantamweight division, which is probably good news for Ronda Rousey, Holly Holm, and Miesha Tate. And yes, I had to do a lot of metric-to-Imperican conversion on that, for example, 1.1 meters is about 43 inches.
Bruh, I know I've put on more than a few pounds over the last few months since I've been unable to ride my bike, but if I wanted to lock it up with the rest of these, where am I headed?
I think the lovely ginger is at 1255 Montgomery St. in San Fran. She¹s about 5ft from this manhole cover. Sorry for the pdf but I couldn¹t get a Google Street View link to work. Gary
Hi Ernie: Unfortunately Google Streetview didn't use fine SLR equipment like the Photographer did in his shot. Your Transamerica girl is at 1276 Montgomery Street in San Francisco. The view I linked to is about the best I can do to get 'exactly' the right spot. I can't seem to move over to the left anymore than I have. Link here. Martov
Hi Ernie, We are In front of 1255 Montgomery St., San Francisco. The red X is EXACTLY where the lovely redhead is posing. All the cracks line up....can I say that & actually get away with it? All The Best! - John
The Hagerstown Police Department released two body-worn camera videos from officers who were on the scene following an accident, which resulted in a out of control 15-year-old bicyclist being pepper sprayed. In related news, I have come to the realization that I could never, ever pursue a career in law enforcement. Chase-Pitkin story aside, I would shoot everyone. Twice.
I harbor a nice love/hate relationship with one of my favorite plinking pieces; a Ruger Mark III slab side. On the plus side, I can reach out to 25 yards with iron sights and not only ring the bullzeye, but where i'm going to ring the bullzeye. Given the right wind, it can be almost comically accurate to shoot. On the down side, once used it must be cleaned and that means reassembling That Which Was Not Meant To Be Reassembled. Seriously, it's fucking horrible to put back together, almost the point where I'm reluctant to shoot it, or only do a few rounds so I don't have to break it down afterwards for a real cleaning. In fact, if you Google "difficult to disassemble ruger mark iii" you'll find a metric shit ton of people with similar complaints. So I must admit part of me breathed a little sign of relief when Ruger announces the new one-button Ruger Takedown Mark IV; eviodently they've gotten the message. I just want to see if they'd reintroduce the slab side with its sweet ass cocobolo grips, because the wood really is quite beautiful.
Bruh, we've all played with Legos when we were kids, but can you tell me where I can still buy this Lego set?
Add Zumwalt Class to list of new Navy ships having engineering problems
Happy ending for boy who 'stole' dog hugs
The Fighter Plane Powerful Enough to Destroy a Satellite in Space
You can now buy a real D-Day tank
when you gotta transport some tires
greyhounds are the court jesters of dogs
Kleven launch diamond sampling and exploration vessel
Dodge burns out on boat ramp FAIL
SUV vs 18 wheeler
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|September 26, 2016|
Every woman deserves to be comfortable in her bra. Bras, just like bodies and breasts, come in just about every shape, size, and color imaginable. The enormous variety can be overwhelming when you don't know where to start. By learning your correct measurements, getting familiar with your body and breast shape, and considering when and where you plan to wear your bra, you'll be able to find the perfect bra in no time.
Cadbury Mini Eggs are a milk chocolate product created and produced by Cadbury UK, also produced in Cadbury Adams. Introduced by the Cadbury company in 1967, they are sold specifically during the Easter season. The egg is solid milk chocolate encased in a thin coating of hard candy shell, molded to resemble a miniature egg. Mini Eggs were previously produced in the Keynsham plant in Somerset, UK; however as of February 2010, production has moved to Cadbury's new plant in Bielany Wroclawskie, Poland. Cadbury Mini Eggs products no longer state a country of origin on the label, instead stating "Made in the EU under licence from Cadbury UK Ltd".
To anyone who lived through the golden age of outlets, the popularity of blemished merchandise online should come as no surprise. And according to online retailers who sell first-quality merchandise along with blemished products, there is a growing appetite among online shoppers for the slightly imperfect stuff, presuming it's offered at bargain prices. Which is exactly what Aero Precision is doing with their belimished merchandise, sweetening the deal with free shipping on orders over $99.
Finding this view of the Sherman Oaks Galleria? Pffft, child's play. I want you to show me where some asshole was dripping water all over the place.
A couple of good ones today You can get your currency exchanged a the Change atm in Budapest, Hungary. Keoki's Donkey Balls and Surfinass Coffee Company are easily found in Kona. Was just there with the kids this summer (Kona, not donkey balls). It looks different and is kind of hard to see on street view, but here you go. Brian
Ernie says: BZZZZT, one out of two ain't bad.
In developing countries, many people come from humble beginning to find incredible success along the way. They knew the market and how to fine tune their business but when it came to their fortune however, many were clueless on how to spend it. One billionaire in China bought a mega-yacht because he was told billionaires needed a yacht. "He never spent much time on it except to fish off it every now and then." said the owner of the dock where the vessel has sat this entire time. Needless to say, these celebrities don't have this problem... Is something too cheap and affordable? Just make it out of 24k gold and embed some diamonds, problem fucking solved!
Visitors entering Canada from New York State at the Hill Island border crossing might have wondered if they had taken a wrong turn and wandered across the Atlantic. The Canada Border Services Agency post had removed the Canadian maple leaf flag from the two main flagpoles flanking the border post and replaced them with a large Union Jack. A worker with the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority said the CBSA supervisor had ordered the change of flags that morning. CBSA appears to have mistakenly interpreted a rule that allows for the Union Jack to be flown alongside the Canadian flag on Victoria Day. Flag protocol rules listed on the Canadian Heritage website state clearly that: “The Canadian flag will always take precedence and will not be replaced by the Union Jack.”
Here's a man claiming to be a war veteran blocks entrance on a bus because driver supposedly won't let his service dog on. Hard to tell what the real story is here, but I'm going to call the bullshit flag on this one. Service animals are usually pretty tuned in on their owners, while this dog doesn't seem to give a shit one way or the other.
The Transamerica Pyramid is the tallest skyscraper in the San Francisco skyline. The building no longer houses the headquarters of the Transamerica Corporation, which moved their U.S. headquarters to Baltimore, Maryland, but it is still associated with the company and is depicted in the company's logo. Designed by architect William Pereira and built by Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company, at 853 ft, on completion in 1972 it was the eighth tallest building in the world. Show me EXACTLY where this photo of the Transamerica Pyramid wa staken. And I do mean EXACTLY.
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This Bridal Party Ditched Their Bouquets And Held Rescue Pups Instead
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life is a waterslide where you die at the end
Depressed Shelter Dog Enjoys A Day Out On The Town
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Blue Angel #5 does a low fly by and sends tents and umbrellas into the air.
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Witnessed a real life ghost rider on the highway today.
High schooler's unmanned sailboat completes journey across Atlantic from Waterford to Irish coast
Hillary Clinton on Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis was the best interview of the 2016 election
Humpback whales save sea lion from killer whale attack
NASA just captured an incredible look at a black hole eating a star
You can now buy a real D-Day tank
Woman With CWP Saves Multiple Lives
Reneta the Suicide blonde
Tessa Fowler - Green Silk Robe
Lady Gaga's Underboob in London!
Jewels - Naughty Night of Public Flashing!
Cute Sister Masturbating With New Toy
|September 23, 2016|
Old and busted: stunt pilot is nearly decapitated on the runway, as the wing of a plane taking off slices through his cockpit roof. The new hotness: stunt pilot nearly decapitates other stunt pilot sitting on the runway as the wing of a plane taking off slices through his cockpit roof.
In Tulsa, the populace didn't buy into the initial narrative and instead chose to wait until a preliminary investigation was completed. Rumors were disproved, new aspects brought to light, and in the end an officer is being held accountable for her actions. She will now be put on trial and judged by a jury of her peers. Meanwhile in Charlotte, a different narrative unfolded; "unarmed disabled man reading a book." And people bought into it hook, line, and sinker because scapegoating law enforcement is the en vogue right now. So now riots have broken out, innocent people were attacked, and businesses looted. And guess what? The 'unarmed disabled man reading a book' narrative turned out to be complete bullshit. But hey, why wait for facts, right? Added bonus: $80M in FEMA funds will be rebuilding Charlotte; tax dollars that would otherwise be earmarked for recovery after an *actual* disaster.
They say there is no such thing as a dumb question. They also say every rule has its exception, and these 20 questions definitely fit the bill.
Hawaiian flowers, such as plumerias and hibiscus, gives an extra unique touch in fashion. Adding them as accessories to outfits is not difficult at all. Wearing a flower behind your earis the most traditional method in Hawaii amongst locals. There is, however, meanings of each ear the flower appears on. A woman who wear the flower on the right side is signalling that she is single, while a flower on the left means that she's married or in a relationship.
Well, looks like she is a gamer and playing Dark Souls on an X-Box or something. Keep it up, Mark
Hi Ernie, Looks like Screwdriver girl is taking a break from playing the Dark Souls video game. Tried to determine if it was I, II or III, but, alas, failed miserably. Todd
Okay, okay, before we get to the movie here's a two'fer. Show me where I can get some change to spend on Donkey Balls. Now, what's your FRIDAY FLICK? I want my two dollars!
The Comet Cleanser brand was introduced in 1956 by Procter & Gamble, and was sold to Prestige Brands in 2001. Comet is now sold in North America and distributed in the United States by Prestige Brands. Procter & Gamble retained the rights to market the brand in Europe, and to the professional market in the USA. In the 1960s and 1970s, Comet was known for a series of popular television ads featuring the character of "Josephine the Plumber". Later, in the 1980s, she gained a niece named JoAnn or Jo, who, after helping her customers with their plumbing issues, would show them a picture of her beloved Aunt Josephine, who uttered, via voiceover, "Nothing can hold a can to Comet!" Mixing cleaners containing bleach, or other oxygenates such as Comet, with cleaners or other products that contain ammonia or acid is dangerous. The P&G Comet label states "Avoid contact with acids and Ammonia."
big rig full of heavy pipes tries to back onto a barge
Driver says he felt a large jolt, brakes came on
A guy made a miniature brick oven to cook tiny, tiny pizzas for Bruce Lee
day three: i have established myself as the alpha squirrel
Homecoming king turns crown over to friend and runner-up with cerebral palsy
lynda carter as wonder woman
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Woman Shares Graphic Photos After Boyfriend Beat Her For 'Not Wanting Sex'
Video shows woman shooting at burglars during home invasion
Russian T-34 tank on static display
Greek Apache Helicopter crash lands at beach
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Peaches Needs Some Lovin'
my friend build a cabin in the woods out of shree shipping containers
Mom Lets 3 Year Old Son Dress Her For A Week
Samanta Lily Lady In Pink
Girl goes viral on Twitter and Facebook after sucking a dick with a Snapchat effect
Roberta Berti on Babes Network in Pink Lace
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Monica Mendez - Workout Babe Warm Up
Sexy Amateur Brunette takes Selfpics
Claudia Galanti Topless Sunbathing on the Beach
|September 22, 2016|
Twenty-four minutes after Keith Scott was shot and killed by police: OMG HE'S AN UNARMED DISABLED MAN HOLDING A BOOK. Twenty-four hours after Keith Scott was shot and killed by police: Forensics and witnesses prove Scott exited the vehicle twice and the threatening manner, aimed his gun at police before getting back in the vehicle. Meanwhile, Charlotte burns because fuck facts, AMIRITE? And you know what? If I had a big crowd of violent attackers to contend with, I'd be brandishg my fucking firearm, too.
Hydrogenation of organic substances in gas form was discovered by Paul Sabatier in the late 19th century and hydrogenation while in liquid form was patented by Wilhelm Normann in 1903. Procter & Gamble's business manager John Burchenal was contacted by and hired chemist Edwin C. Kayser, former chemist for Joseph Crosfield and Sons -- who had acquired Normann's patent so as to produce soap -- who patented two processes to hydrogenate cottonseed oil, which ensures the fat remains solid at normal storage temperatures. Their initial intent was to completely harden oils for use as raw material for making soap. After rejecting the names "Krispo" and "Cryst" (the latter for obvious religious connotations), the product was eventually called Crisco, a modification of the phrase "crystallized cottonseed oil".
A typical simple screwdriver has a handle and a shaft, and a tip that the user inserts into the screw head to turn it. The shaft is usually made of tough steel to resist bending or twisting. The tip may be hardened to resist wear, treated with a dark tip coating for improved visual contrast between tip and screw—or ridged or treated for additional 'grip'. Handles are typically wood, metal, or plastic and usually hexagonal, square, or oval in cross-section to improve grip and prevent the tool from rolling when set down. Some manual screwdrivers have interchangeable tips that fit into a socket on the end of the shaft and are held in magnetically. These often have a hollow handle that contains various types and sizes of tips, and a reversible ratchet action that allows multiple full turns without repositioning the tip or the user's hand.
So I recently stumbled across the CZ Scorpion Evo 3 S1, based on the CZ Scorpion Evo 3 which is a fully automatic submachine gun; the civilian version we can buy earns the S1 designator.Aside from being quite the eye candy, here are two pretty in dept reviews, one written and the other a video. Full MSRP is $1049, which is a few hundred dollars more than the Beretta CX4s I have now, which I'll admit are a little goofy looking. So to be honest, I like the look of the Scorpions better so I'm hoping the local range gets one in their rental fleet so I can take it to the dance. Looking around there's not much wiggle room on price right now; I think the best bet would be Cabela's, but only after they come out with a 10-15% off coupon or something of that nature. Consider my interrest piqued.
Now tell me what Screwdriver Girl is watching on television.
I suppose when I asked what the fuck was going on here, I should have been more specific. I know the photo came from Burning Man, but I was curious *what* they were doing. From that gallery, I'm guessing it's some word of deep base wind instrument, and they she was getting off much like this scene from Private Parts (sorry I couldn't find a better copy).
In 1881 three Swiss entrepreneurs built a brewery in Plovdiv on a hill called Kamenitza and used the name as their brand. The drink of choice for most Bulgarians at the time was lager, but Kamenitza broke new ground by producing the first dark beer for the market. By the 1890s they won awards at international exhibitions, including Brussels and Chicago. The communist regime nationalised Kamenitza: first, in 1947, as part of the state-owned Alcoholic Beverages, then in 1952 as part of Vinprom. The Belgian multinational company InBev bought the Bulgarian breweries Kamenitza, Astika and Burgasko Pivo in 1995 and added Plevensko Pivo in 1997. During 1997 to 2005, InBev invested 86.3 million leva in Bulgaria, and in 2005 Kamenitza sold 800,000 hectoliters, making it the best-selling domestic beer.
Back in May, Katie Couric faced a heap of controversy over an edited scene in the 2016 documentary Under the Gun. This week, Couric, along with the documentary's director Stephanie Soechtig, Soechtig's company Atlas Film LLC and the film's distributor Epix were named defendants in a $12 million defamation lawsuit filed by the Virginia Citizens Defense League, a gun rights activist group appearing in the documentary.
Rolling pins can become both an obsession for the kitchen tool collector and a source of great pride for the cook who delights in baking. An essential tool in many bakeries and kitchens, they are used to evenly flatten everything from pie and pastry doughs to cookie and pasta doughs, and they're frequently displayed in the kitchen as a work of art in themselves. Choosing the right rolling pin for your needs isn't as straightforward as it might seem; there are different types and materials, each with their own good points. Simple as the tool may be -- some rolling pins are nothing more than a thick wooden dowel -- pins can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, made from any of a number of materials.