The disposable or single-use camera is a simple box camera sold with a roll of film installed, meant to be used once. Most use focus free lenses. Some are equipped with an integrated flash unit, and there are even waterproof versions for underwater photography. Internally, the cameras use a 135 film or an APS cartridge. In general the one-time-use camera represents a return to the business model pioneered by Kodak for their KODAK camera, predecessor to the Brownie camera; they are particularly popular with tourists, and in situations where a reusable camera would be easily stolen or damaged, when one's regular camera is forgotten, or if one cannot afford a regular camera.
Hey try this on for size. It's been a while since I linked one of those galleries dedicated to female volleyball players. As a man who recognizes that some of the sexiest athletes in the world have chosen to put their talents on display while wearing skimpy little outfits on the volleyball court, it would only be fair of me to share that sexiness via this gallery.
A necklace is an article of jewelery which is worn around the neck. Necklaces are frequently formed from a metal jewellery chain, often attached to a locket or pendant. Necklaces can also be manufactured with cloth, and they sometimes contain rocks (particularly gems), wood, and/or shells with different shapes and sizes. And what's the best way to cherish a friendship? With jewelry for best friends! Wear matching pieces and show the world that you're BFFs!
If you were something of a sci-fi nut as a child, you might already have your very own list of the best futuristic vehicles out there. As every fanboy knows, a good romp into the future needs a delicate balancing of specific ingredients: strange worlds, exotic species, kick-ass weapons, mind-blowing technology, and of course… jaw-droppingly cool vehicles that make today’s hotrods look like 19th-century penny-farthings. It was the crafts populating these magical, fantasy worlds that we fantasized about engaging with, arguably above all else. We all wanted to be Han piloting the Falcon, we all wanted to sit in Kirk’s chair… But, to get a little more down to earth, we thought we’d eschew a list of the top ten sci-fi spacecraft in favor of a gallery of the greatest land-based vehicles on offer, starting with the M-577 Armored Personnel Carrier from Aliens. Ease off, Ripley. Ease off.
What game is being played here. It looks like it's a first generation X-Box, so maybe the original Halo? Any ideas?
The Blu-Ray versions are arriving soon, and while George Lucas has been busy making yet more questionable changes to the films, I bet he hasn't bothered fixing any of these mistakes. Jon
Ernie, What can you say about something like this? Nothing except that this must be the most dangerous way to take your pants off. The excitement starts at about the 1 minute mark... Ralph (Dave) in L.A.
This sign Google Translates to "I'm eating out Martina" -- does that sound right?
Many homemade stain remover recipes and cleaning recipes suggest using club soda to help clean and remove stains, but is it better than plain water for this purpose? Believe it or not this is a debate that has been raging in both the scientific community and among homemakers for years with people firmly entrenched on both sides of the debate. This carbonation process creates a small amount of carbonic acid in the water, making it slightly more acidic than plain water. In addition, depending on what brand of carbonated water you purchase it may also contain some additional minerals or salt in it, in small quantities. But nothing I've experienced or read about suggests that using seltzer water as a stain remover will harm your stain removal efforts any more than using plain water, so it certainly is not harmful to try it.
We all know little cats like to chase laser pointer, but what about big cats like tigers, leopards & lions? Well, let's find out.
Ernie, I am a longtime lurker, first time submitter ( I know I know, I was being a douche!) Anyway, I live on James Island, in Charleston, SC. After Hurricane Hugo, this old US Navy whale boat washed up against the side of Folly Road, on the way out to Folly Beach. Over time, it has come to be known as the Folly Boat, and locals paint it for special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, etc. A friend posted this picture on his FB account today, of a tribute that was put up over the weekend on the boat. I thought you and your readers would appreciate this, and hope it hits home how even 10 years later, we will never forget. As a firefighter who was raised on James Island, I will never forget the sacrifice made that day, and the lives lost. Thanks! Shawn
Hey Ernie, I hitched a ride with a buddy this weekend, and we went to a Jeep rally. A bunch of us got stuck at one point or another, but no real harm done. I can tell you that stock Jeeps are pieces of shit and shouldn't be four wheeled with. Gunther
Not that I have any real offroading experience, aside from splashing around in a few mudpits when I forst got my Ram but I hope you guys took some tips from here, so that you don't end up here. And not that I have any real medical experience, apart from what I've seen on television but shouldn't they have made this guy shave his beard first?
Exercise Robin Sage is a month-long training exercise focused on blending in in a foreign land and training guerrilla units to liberate their country. Seems pretty tame so far, but surprisingly, not many countries are really down with the whole "let a hundred American troops run around and stir up rebellion in our country for a month" idea. So America decided to simply create its own country to train in.The People's Republic of Pineland is an entirely fictional country created for one purpose: to put the USASF through their paces. And when we say it's a fictional "country," we're including the people -- the residents are straight up part of the mission. The cities and towns within the 15 counties that comprise the training zone actively participate in the month-long training, with its citizens posing as citizens of "Pineland" in a vast, government-funded, open-air role playing game. Welcome to the Republic of Pineland, baby!
A strike plate is a metal plate affixed to a door jamb with a hole or holes for the bolt of the door. When the door is closed, the bolt extends into the hole in the strike plate and holds the door closed. The strike plate protects the jamb against friction from the bolt and increases security in the case of a jamb made of a softer material such as wood, than the strike plate. Some strike plates have their hole size and placement calculated so a spring-bolt extends into the hole, but an adjacent anti-retraction device remains depressed, preventing the bolt from being retracted unless the lock is turned.
over 20 cars pileup on san diego freeway during southern california blackout
watch this video and you will understand why there is domestic violence in this world
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