Wow, you dumb asses from California just keep voting for that cunt Barbara Boxer, don't you? This business will get out of control. It will get out of control and we'll be lucky to live through it.
When it comes to wrapping up on a cold winter's day, a cosy hat is obligatory. After all, "most of our body heat is lost through our heads," or so we are led to believe. Closer inspection of heat loss in the hatless, however, reveals the claim to be nonsense, say scientists who have dispelled this and five other modern myths. They traced the origins of the hat-wearing advice back to a US army survival manual from 1970 which strongly recommended covering the head when it is cold, since "40 to 45 percent of body heat" is lost from the head. The myth is thought to have arisen through a flawed interpretation of a vaguely scientific experiment by the US military in the 1950s. In those studies, volunteers were dressed in Arctic survival suits and exposed to bitterly cold conditions. Because it was the only part of their bodies left uncovered, most of their heat was lost through their heads.
In The Abyss, Ed Harris plays Bud, a guy who works as the foreman of a futuristic underwater drilling rig, with everything the job entails. In one scene, Bud has to deactivate a bomb that lies ticking on a shelf too deep to reach using scuba gear, so he puts on a suit full of high-tech "breathable liquid" instead. As the fluid fills his lungs, Bud starts freaking out, and the other guy tells him, "We all breathed liquid for nine months, Bud, your body will remember" -- which is a crock of bullshit. "Breathable liquid" is no more a thing than "a machine that switches your body with a giant blue cat person." Right? Wrong. Not only is this technology real -- remember that scene where a rat is submerged in liquid and doesn't drown? Yeah, those aren't special effects. That's a real rat, breathing real liquid. In fact, the American Humane Association gave The Abyss an "Unacceptable" rating because they "do not feel it was necessary to subject the rat to this experiment for the purpose of filming the scene."
Polar fleece, usually referred to simply as "fleece," is a soft napped insulating synthetic fabric made from Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or other synthetic fibers. One of the first forms was Polar Fleece created in 1979 by Malden Mills, now Polartec LLC., a new, light and strong pile fabric meant to mimic and in some ways surpass wool. Fleece has some of wool's finest qualities but weighs a fraction of the lightest available woolens. Polar fleece is used in casual jackets, hats, sweaters, jogging bottoms/sweatpants, gym clothes, hoodies, inexpensive throw blankets, and high-performance outdoor clothing, and can be a vegan alternative to wool. It can be made partially from recycled plastic bottles and is very light, soft and easy to wash.
As we precisely dissect the beautiful world of sports like a high school student examining a severed amphibian, it becomes clear that zealous determination and athletic prowess pale in significance to a sexy ability on camera. While female athletes often produce the sexiest pics in their natural states, there are others who have become masters of their craft in stimulating even the most mundane personalities. Let's take a look at the hottest athletes of all time and their unanimous best pic, starting with the first WTA player ever to pose for Playboy, Ashley Harkleroad.
Squirt was created by Herb Bishop in 1938, after experimenting with a similar citrus drink, Citrus Club. He created a new, carbonated drink which required both less fruit juice and less sugar. Bishop declared that it was the "freshest, most exciting taste in the marketplace". The product received its name because the drink was claimed to "squirt" into one's mouth like a freshly squeezed grapefruit. In 1941, a mascot named "Lil' Squirt" was introduced to the product line's marketing to personify the brand. The mascot proved useful in broadening public awareness of the product. Squirt became a popular soft drink in many parts of the country. In addition to being a well-liked soft drink, Squirt later established itself as a mixer in the 1950s.
I think that picture, eithercokeorrootbeer.jpg, you posted was actually an attempt to try the cinnamon challenge. This is when someone attempts to swallow a tablespoon of cinnamon in under 60 seconds without the aid of water or any other liquid. More often than not, the person attempting this fails. Bill (et al)
Why some people think the world will come to an end during 2012 based on the Mayan Calendar, is a mystery to people in science. Ken
First it was Ashley Greene who shed her clothes in favor of body paint for a Sobe's advertising campaign. Then it was Jessica Zohr who followed in Ashley's footsteps. And now we have Yvonne Strahovski rounding out the trifecta of hotness. Don't worry, you can see more of Yvonne's photos and even a video this time.
Natural rubber latex is a processed plant product of which over 99% of the world's supply is derived from the latex or the milky cytosol of the tree Hevea braziliensis found in Africa and Southeast Asia. Latex is produced by specialized lactifer cells and is composed of various chemicals: lipids, phospholipids and proteins. The proteins are responsible for allergic sensitization predisposing to IgE mediated reactions. There are 200 other plant species capable of producing latex, but only one other, the guayule bush, has the potential to produce enough for commercial use. Natural rubber latex, commonly referred to as latex, is a common component of many medical supplies used in the hospital environment. Although latex is most often associated with disposable gloves, other items which may contain latex include airways, intravenous tubing, syringes, stethoscopes, catheters, dressings and bandages. The reporting of allergic reactions to latex has dramatically increased in the past six years. The increased numbers of latex-allergic individuals have prompted the establishment of guidelines for patient care, such as those developed by the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology.
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