Karlovacko is a popular beer in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. It is the signature product of brewer Karlovacka Pivovara, located in the city of Karlovac. It has an alcohol content of about 5.4 percent by volume. Its makers describe it as "golden-yellow" in color and "refreshingly" bitter in taste. It won a 2005 Brewing Industry International Award golden medal in the category of beers with 4.5 to 5.5 percent alcohol. Pictured here in green bottles, Karlovacko is also in cans and plastic packaging.
Spectacular ocean views that will simply take your breath away, combined with the excitement of the Jersey shore, are featured in these twenty fabulous beach homes. There's something for everyone in these featured palaces — there's a modern, glass palace, a Mediterranean style getaway and even one home modeled to look like a capsized ship. Homey, modern, classic and just plain whimsical, these homes are unsurpassed in quality and style.
And the 2014 Corvette Stingray goes on sale in the third quarter of 2013. This sexy bitch has an estimated 450 horsepower, 450 lbs of torque, and accelerates from 0-60 in less than four seconds. Despite this, Chevy expects it to be the most fuel-efficient Corvette in history, exceeding the EPA-estimated 26 mpg of the current model. Corvette enthusiasts and sports car fans all over the world have been waiting to see the new Corvette, and Chevrolet unveiled it yesterday morning at the Detroit Auto Show. As you can see from these photos, the new design is stunning and we're pretty confident that this will be a big hit for Chevy and GM.
Robert Silverberg is an American author, best known for writing science fiction. Silverberg received a Nebula award in 1986 for his novella Sailing to Byzantium, which takes its name from the poem by William Butler Yeats; a Hugo in 1987 for his novella Gilgamesh in the Outback, set in the Heroes in Hell universe of Bangsian Fantasy; a Hugo in 1990 for Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter Another. He is a 1999 inductee into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame and in 2004 he was named a Grand Master by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. Unavailable for half a century and never before published in book form, Blood On The Mink features a new afterword by Silverberg, discussing the novel's origins in the pages of one of the last surviving pulp magazines.
Hey Ernie, just wanted to tell you that you hit it on the nailhead with wednesdays headline. I live 15 minutes from Newtown and been a lifelong resident of CT, except for my 4 yrs in the Army, and i have never seen the media (in its entirety) ever fuck up a story like they did with this tragedy! From the moments it unfolded on local radio when they said someone was shot in the foot and the school was in lockdown "thats all", to fucking up names of the perp AND victims alike. Now they are just trying every possible angle they could find just to sound like there on top of things, to include using this massacre in there own commercials of how awesome they are. ITS FUCKING DISGUSTING!! As a former detective I can tell you with a great deal of certainty that the men and women who spent 72 hrs on scene, up close and personal, will not be tootin their horn (so to speak) anytime soon, if at all. Their lives will never be the same no matter how hard core they were. But their seems to be quite a few second stringers feeding those media whores evreyday. Yeah I'im venting!! Brings me to thanking you for having a no bullshit site I can check in on every day. THANKS BUD!! Steve The LT. ... p.s.. that Raisa is one fine piece of ass, huh?
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Bud's chewy roast beef is for you; and all conspiracy theories aside, just remember to wear protection. Also. The Siege of Maarat occurred in 1098 in the city of Ma'arrat al-Numan, in what is modern-day Syria, during the First Crusade. Around the end of November, thousands of Christian crusaders started to besiege the city. The crusaders could not afford to conduct a lengthy siege, as winter was approaching and they had few supplies, but they were also unable to break through the city's defenses. The defenders of the city, mostly an urban militia and inexperienced citizens, managed to hold off the attacks for about two weeks. The crusaders spent this time building a siege tower, which allowed them to pour over the walls of the city. Maarat was not as rich as the crusaders had hoped and they were still short of supplies and food as December progressed. Most of the soldiers and knights preferred to continue the march to Jerusalem, caring little for the political dispute. While the leaders negotiated away from the city, some of the starving crusaders at Maarat reportedly resorted to cannibalism, feeding on the dead bodies of Muslims. No word if they were all roast-beef-ey. OM NOM NOM NOM!
A seizure trigger is a factor that can cause a seizure in a person who either has epilepsy or does not. There are many known causes of seizures, and in some patients, it is possible to determine what triggers seizures in general or has led to the onset of a particular seizure. But the factors that lead to a seizure are often so complex that it is not usually possible in all patients to determine what causes a particular seizure, what causes it to happen at a particular time, or how often seizures occur. In some epileptics, flickering or flashing lights, such as strobe lights, can be responsible for the onset of a tonic clonic, absence, or myoclonic seizure.
Whether it's Indiana Jones knocking out Nazis or Neo taking on Agent Smith in The Matrix, everyone loves a good fight scene. There's something primal about it – something deep that appeals to our sense of right and wrong. And the best bit is that climactic knockout blow. The moment it all comes to a crushing end and the theme music starts playing, as the hero turns to the crowd victorious, and the villain is sprawled out on the floor, defeated. So let's celebrate the 15 greatest knockouts in movie history.
it seems the chernobyl nuclear disaster exclusion zone has created a haven for wildlife