So my brother has to lop down this big ass 75' tree in his back yard; about, eh, maybe 3' in diameter at the base. The tree is dead, he's got a wood burning stove, you do the math. Evidently the chainsaws he already has aren't big enough, so it was out to get some 87cc thing with a 25" bar on it. Searching around Craigslist, and find just the Husqvarna that he's looking for at a local pawn shop, of all fucking places. So we throw a big hunk of oak tree in the back of his pickup truck and head down there. You want to talk about the fucking Island of Misfit Toys. How-leee shit. You could tell they had some stuff that had been purchased fairly recently -- a Playstation 3, for example -- and some stuff that had been pawned a long ass time ago, because the price reflected it. Like a used wireless mouse for $29. Anyway, I met Crackhead Bob; who was more than willing to offer his opinion on used chainsaws, and baseball cards, and Civil War era swords.... and then also wanted to pawn his 2001 mercedes C-Class with the entire passenger side done in spraypaint. So anyway, $350 dollars later, we've got a big ass chainsaw and today maybe we'll be making a Darwin worthy Youtube video. Oh pawn shops; just one of the many things to be thankful for this holiday season.
Monopoly has a long and checkered history. A Quaker named Lizzie Magie created the game in 1903. At the time, it was named The Landlord's Game, and it was designed to teach people about the unfairness of land ownership. Over the next 30 years, the game became popular with college students, Quakers, and socialists. The original name was eventually dropped and the board game became known as Monopoly. In an ironic twist, in the 1970s, the owners of Parker Brothers, General Mills, sued an economics professor for marketing a parody game called Anti-Monopoly. The suit was rejected on appeal when it was realized that the original game of Monopoly was, in fact, stolen.
EOD's get more respect than 4 Stars for good reason. David
Sergeant Yakov Pavlov and his platoon was tasked with the thankless job of retaking a single bombed-out apartment building after the Nazis had seized it. To get a snapshot of what their mindset was like heading in, it's helpful to know that the assignment was considered an extremely dangerous one by the Soviet Army, and that the Soviet Army's slogan at the time was "die for Russia." He lost all but four men in the assault, but eventually his plan worked and they took the building. Having barely enough survivors to outfit a respectable zombie movie, Pavlov could only station one soldier to each floor. However, the drop-dead gorgeous line of sight it offered was enough for them to unleash a mountain of unholy hell against all Fascist comers. The building was subjected to relentless fire--as were the civilians huddled in its basement--but Pavlov's unit held out long enough to be reinforced by a still-tiny 25 men. His men were given machine guns, rifles, mortars, barbed-wire, anti-tank mines, some body armor and a PTRS-41 anti-tank rifle which Pavlov personally used to snipe a dozen tanks from the rooftop. Later, Pavlov's men could boast that they killed more Germans defending their one building than the French killed in the entire fall of Paris.
A towel animal is a depiction of an animal created by folding small towels. It is conceptually similar to origami, but uses towels rather than paper. Some common towel animals are elephants, snakes, rabbits and swans. The exact originator of towel animals is unknown, but their popularity is often attributed to Carnival Cruise Lines. The ancestors of the towel animals are perhaps handkerchief animals or napkin folds. Carnival offers their guests a book by pre-ordering before the cruise, or on board ship in the Formalities shop. Holland America makes a similar offer. There are several other sources available on the subject and these books illustrate how one can enhance the towel animals by the simple addition of cut-out eyes and button noses. Some of the creations in the gallery require the use of multiple towels and at times, hand towels or washcloths.
Today's model isn't a household name just yet, but if you took a gander at the most recent “Swimsuit Issue” from Sports Illustrated, you'll probably recognize her. In addition to her appearance in SI, gorgeous looks certainly aren't all that Jessica has to offer. She also devotes a lot of her time to charity work for children and animals. Is there anything sexier than a stunning model with a giving attitude? Probably not, so you may want to think about that as you check out some of her hottest pictures. Enjoy!
Rolling Stone described Imagine as Lennon's "greatest musical gift to the world", praising "the serene melody; the pillowy chord progression; that beckoning, four-note [piano] figure". Included in several song polls, in 1999, BMI named it one of the top 100 most-performed songs of the 20th century. Also that year, it received the Grammy Hall of Fame Award and an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll. Triple J ranked it number 11 on its Hottest 100 of All Time list. Imagine ranks number 23 in the year-2000 list of best-selling singles of all time in the UK. In 2002, a UK survey conducted by the Guinness World Records British Hit Singles Book ranked it the second best single of all time behind Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody". Gold Radio ranked the song number 3 on its Gold's greatest 1000 hits list.
another day, another wisdom teeth extraction video. poor julie
1000 rds federal .223/5.56 nato 55 grain mcbt - $327/344 delivered after coupon