GOD NOW COMMANDS ALL MEN EVERYWHERE TO REPENT: BECAUSE HE HAS APPOINTED A DAY, IN WHICH HE WILL JUDGE THE WORLD IN RIGHTEOUSNESS.
The UMP (Universale Maschinenpistole, German for "Universal Machine Pistol") is a submachine gun developed and manufactured by Heckler & Koch. The UMP has been adopted by various agencies such as the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Heckler & Koch developed the UMP as a successor to the MP5, though both remain in production. The UMP is a blowback operated, magazine-fed submachine gun firing from a closed bolt. As originally designed, the UMP is chambered for larger cartridges than other submachine guns like the MP5, to provide more stopping power against unarmored targets (with a slightly lower effective range) than the 9x19mm MP5 provides. A larger cartridge produces more recoil, and makes control more difficult in fully automatic firing. To mitigate this, the cyclic rate of fire was reduced to 650 rounds/min (600 rounds/min for the UMP45), which makes it one of the slower firing submachine guns on the market.
Early space shuttles were designed to carry a crew of four, but usually packed fewer space suits than crew members, out of both concern for weight and a keen sense of cinematic drama that bordered on the cruel. Long story short: If the entire crew ever had to abandon the shuttle for some reason, somebody was getting left behind. Jesus, it's starting to seem like every troubleshooting guide for early space flight missions simply read: "Restart system. Did restarting fix problem? If yes, high five. If no, die in space." ut it's not hopeless: You'll still have the Personal Rescue Enclosure! Designed to be an easy, low-cost alternative to a spacesuit, in the event of an emergency an astronaut crawled inside the PRE, sealed it, donned an oxygen mask and safely waited for help to arrive. It was only about 3 feet in diameter, meaning you'd have to curl up into a tiny ball to fit inside of it, which shouldn't have been too hard, as the fetal position is a perfectly natural response to being abandoned in the cold vastness of space with nothing but a giant, clear hamster ball between you and the abyss. If the claustrophobia doesn't have you chewing your own arms off, you should be perfectly safe... for about one hour. That's how much oxygen the PRE holds. But if you happen to be in one of the many places in outer space that can't be reached in an hour, there's the matter of guidance and propulsion, which you won't have to worry about, because the PRE has neither of those things. With the short life span, the complete lack of control and the tight quarters that have your legs practically wrapped around your own head, the only thing we can imagine the PRE being useful for is spending a good, solid hour kissing your ass goodbye in the relative privacy of outer space.
USA Network (commonly referred to as USA) is an American cable television channel launched in 1971. Once a minor player in basic cable, the network has steadily gained popularity because of breakout hits like Monk, Psych, Burn Notice, Royal Pains, Covert Affairs, White Collar, Monday Night RAW, Suits, and reruns of the various Law & Order: Special Victims Unit series and reruns of Law & Order: Criminal Intent. In addition, the network continues to air syndicated reruns of series like Becker, House, NCIS, and Walker, Texas Ranger. The network also broadcasts a variety of films from the Universal Studios library.
People complain about traffic, weather and life. But what they do not understand is how good their life truly is. Anyone can complain about trivial things, but what about the added pressure of having a famous father? Even better, what about having a famous father who was also an athlete? Not all celebrity children grow up to be crazy, just most of them. Some of them even come out looking like roses on a Christmas tree, as you are about to see. Here are the hottest athlete daughters, all grown up. Hint: if you didn't know who Bernie Kosar was before, you sure as hell will now.
Wow, I never knew thay made curling irons this big. That fucking thing could curl my truck.
Ernie, Nice writeup about the M1 Carbine, but Long Dong Silver was holding a Mini-14 and not a Carbine. Interesting to note that his has the wooden handguard, indicating an older rifle, likely from the 80's or earlier. Kevin
[10 minutes later]Ernie, I think I just sent an email about the mini 14 that was probably number 2,437 too late. Sent it from a new computer earlier in the week and didn't catch the spam block feature until just tonight when I finally had a chance to check my email. Sorry about that. If I'd checked your site before mailing, I'd have seen that you'd already gotten plenty of email about that subject. Speaking about guns, though, I did recently have a chance to fire the Smith and Wesson 500 magnum. Pretty thunderous in the confines of an indoor range, but wasn't too hard to control. What amazed me most about the experience, though, was the young Marine who was shooting in the booth next to me. He never flinched once in all the time I was shooting that thing, and in fact kept shooting very well. People in other booths were lined up agains the far wall in short order. Really a lot of concussion. After striking up a friendly conversation with him, I invited him to try his hand at the big gun, and he fired a group of about 4" through a whole cylinder of rounds at 25 yards. Best 10-buck gun rental I've ever done. Kevin
Formal support groups appear to be a modern phenomenon, but they supplement traditional fraternal organizations such as Freemasonry in some respects, and may build on certain supportive functions (formerly) carried out in (extended) families. The help may take the form of providing and evaluating relevant information, relating personal experiences, listening to and accepting others' experiences, providing sympathetic understanding and establishing social networks. A support group may also work to inform the public or engage in advocacy. Other types of groups formed to support causes, including causes outside of themselves, are more often called advocacy groups, interest groups, lobby groups, pressure groups or promotional groups. Trade unions and many environmental groups, for example, are interest groups. A researcher from the University College London says the lack of qualitative directories, and the fact that many support groups are not listed by search engines can make finding an appropriate group difficult. Even so, he does say that the medical community needs "to understand the use of personal experiences rather than an evidence-based approach... these groups also impact on how individuals use information.
Skin biopsy is a biopsy technique in which a skin lesion is removed and sent to the pathologist to render a microscopic diagnosis. It is usually done under local anesthetic in a physician's office, and results are often available in 4 to 10 days. It is commonly performed by dermatologists. A punch biopsy is done with a round shaped knife ranging in size from 1mm to 8 mm. Some punch biopsies are shaped like an ellipse, although one can accomplish the same desired shape with a standard scalpel. Minimal bleeding is noted with the 1 mm punch, and often the wound is left to heal without stitching for the smaller punch biopsies. Ideally, the punch biopsy includes the full thickness skin and subcutaneous fat in the diagnosis of skin disease.
Paper lanterns come in various shapes and sizes, as well as various methods of construction. In their simplest form, they are simply a paper bag with a candle placed inside, although more complicated lanterns consist of a collapsible bamboo or metal frame of hoops covered with tough paper. In China, paper lanterns can be classified into 5 distinct classes; the Baby's Bottom is the miniature class, often used in modern times with Christmas lights. The second class is the Rolling Paper, the tall, cylindrical lanterns often associated with restaurants and bars. The third class is the Tomato Light also known as Big Red; the classic round mid-size lantern. The fourth class is the Crystal Magic; the variously-shaped geometric lamps constructed of many round, square and triangular panes. The last is known as Buddha's Gastronomy; the large and extra large lanterns used to decorate temples and for show at festivals.
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