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Ernie's House of Whoopass! August 18, 2011
August 18, 2011

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So evidently you guys aren't as excited about Yelena Isinbayeva as I am -- even I'll admit she's got a freaky bellybutton -- or for that matter, the the other track girls I linked earlier in the week. Something about being able to do more push-ups than you could? Then perhaps I can offer you something in a more petite size, say 5'4" Jennifer Barretta, maybe?

A swim ring is a toroid-shaped (hence the name ring) inflatable water toy. A swim ring consists of two identically-sized layers of flat plastic, one of which contains a valve. The shape of each layer is like a large circle with a smaller, concentric circle removed. The two layers are joined at their inner and outer edges, sealing an air chamber inside. The swim ring was derived from the inner tube, the inner, enclosed, inflatable part of older vehicle tires. The inner tube, when inflated, was used as a water toy, and as a floating object to lounge on. In America, swim rings are typically viewed as the toys of children and are generally only found in smaller sizes in childish designs. Other countries, however, attach no such significance and they can be found in many styles and sizes being utilized by all age ranges.

The Ross rifle was a straight-pull bolt-action 0.303 inch calibre rifle produced in Canada from 1903 until the middle of the First World War. Although the Ross .303 was a superior marksman's rifle, it had many faults in the adverse environment imposed by trench warfare, and after numerous complaints the replacement of all Ross rifles in the three Canadian Divisions by the Lee-Enfield was ordered. Snipers, however retained a considerable fondness for the weapon. British snipers found the rifle accurate out to 600 yards and more, with only one inherent disadvantage: the Ross accepted only perfectly clean ammunition, totally free of mud and grit, or else it invariably jammed. But the shortcomings of the rifle were made apparent during the Second Battle of Ypres in April 1915. The rifle showed poor tolerance of dirt when used in field conditions, particularly the screw threads operating the bolt lugs, jamming the weapon open or closed. Another part of the jamming problem came from the bolt's outer face hitting the bolt stop, then deforming the thread shape. The bolt could also be disassembled for routine cleaning and inadvertently reassembled in a manner that would fail to lock but still allow a round to be fired, leading to serious injury or death of the operator as the bolt flew back into his face. "Thankfully such incidents were minor." Another well-known deficiency was the tendency for the bayonet to fall off the rifle when the weapon was fired. Lieutenant Chris Scriven of the Tenth Battalion commented that it sometimes took five men just to keep one rifle firing. And thus the Ross rifle has secured is place as one of the most ill conceived weapons ever built.

Cotton clothing is made of fibers which scatter light, in exactly the same way that milk looks white. It's got tiny particles called casein, which are about the same size as the wavelength of light, and light scatters into all directions against those particles, which is why we can't see through milk. Cotton is made of lots of fibers around the same size as the wavelength of light, and is why we can't see through it. But when cotton gets wet, water molecules surround these fibers and allow the light to pass through in more of a straight line, thus producing a transparent effect, instead of scattering.

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Happy hump day Ernie- found another one for ya - how the fuck do you practice this? Cheers again, Mike

Reclaimed water or recycled water, is former wastewater (sewage) or greywater that is treated to remove solids and certain impurities, and used in sustainable landscaping irrigation or to recharge groundwater aquifers. The purpose of these processes is sustainability and water conservation, rather than discharging the treated wastewater to surface waters such as rivers and oceans. In most locations, it is intended to only be used for nonpotable uses, such as irrigation, dust control, and fire suppression. There is debate about possible health and environmental effects with its uses. Drinking water or potable water is water pure enough to be consumed or used with low risk of immediate or long term harm. In most developed countries, the water supplied to households, commerce and industry is all of drinking water standard, even though only a very small proportion is actually consumed or used in food preparation. Other typical uses include washing.

The speed of light is a physical constant important in many areas of physics. Its value is 299,792,458 metres per second, a figure that is exact since the length of the metre is defined from this constant and the international standard for time. This speed is approximately 186,282 miles per second. The speed of sound is the distance travelled during a unit of time by a sound wave propagating through an elastic medium. In dry air at 20 °C (68 °F), the speed of sound is 343.2 metres per second (1,126 ft/s). This is 1,236 kilometres per hour (768 mph), or approximately one mile in five seconds, which is about how far this guy lived from that oil tank explosion.

I got bored so I picked up my kids Sponge Bob coloring book. Funny as hell when you have a dirty mind. Hope you can put these up. By the way my name is Ernie too. Ernie

Hey man, my buddy snapped this pic the other day when he was at, uh,,, at,,, uh,, Oh, I don't remember where the hell he was at. He told me to send it to you, that you'd like it. I don't know why he couldn't send it to you himself, but here it is, use it if you can. Thanks for all the fun! John

Rump roast that is cooked to perfection will often fall apart. While this does create a perception that the meat is tender and juicy, it does not necessarily make for an aesthetically pleasing presentation. If you wish to create a picture perfect rump roast, binding the meat with string is key. Tying string around roast helps it maintain its shape and prevents the meat from separating while cooking. It also keeps any stuffing you may have added inside the meat. Additionally, keeping the string around your meat post-cooking will help you slice the meat into portions.

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