The University of Colorado Boulder is a public research university located in Boulder, Colorado, United States. It is the flagship university of the University of Colorado system and was founded five months before Colorado was admitted to the union in 1876. According to The Public Ivies: America's Flagship Public Universities, it is considered one of the thirty "Public Ivy League" schools. The University of Colorado Boulder ranks fourth among U.S. universities in number of astronauts produced, not including military academies. In addition, The University of Colorado Boulder has graduated two associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States and two Heads of State.
A sentence I never thought I'd say: here's a very clever ad for dental floss.
Here's a great gallery of actual photos uploaded on a new social media dating site; they're basically just like the photos we're seeing hotties posting all over popular social media sites as girls try real hard to look sexy, except this time they have a much clearer agenda on their mind.
Sidemount is a scuba diving equipment configuration which has diving cylinders mounted alongside the diver, below the shoulders and along the hips, instead of on the back of the diver. It began as a configuration popular with advanced cave divers, as smaller sections of cave can be penetrated and tanks can be changed with greater ease. The same benefits for operating in confined spaces were also recognized by divers who conducted technical wreck diving penetrations. In the mid-1990s, Dive Rite produced the first commercial sidemount diving system, focused on the newly released 'Transpac' harness. Other cave divers continued to manufacture their own DIY configurations. At this time, the use of sidemounted configuration was primarily restricted to a small number of exploration-grade cave pioneers.
Charles "Pretty Boy" Floyd was an American bank robber. He operated in the Midwest and West South Central States, and his criminal exploits gained heavy press coverage in the 1930s. Floyd was a suspect in the deaths of bootlegging brothers Wally and Boll Ash of Kansas City, both found dead in a burning car on March 25, 1931. A month later on April 23, members of his gang killed Patrolman R. H. Castner of Bowling Green, Ohio, and on July 22 Floyd killed ATF Agent C. Burke in Kansas City, Missouri. In 1932, former sheriff Erv Kelley of McIntosh County, Oklahoma, tried to arrest Floyd; he was killed on April 7. Like most other prominent outlaws of that era, he was killed by policemen. Two years later, on October 22, 1934, Floyd was shot in a corn field behind a house on Sprucevale Road between Beaver Creek State Park and Clarkson near East Liverpool, Ohio, while being pursued by local law officers and FBI agents led by Melvin Purvis. Varying accounts exist as to who shot him and the manner in which he was killed. He was carried out of the field by FBI agents and died under an apple tree. Afterwards, the FBI agent who was running the operation took this Smith and Wesson revolver off of Floyd's body and gave it to Oklahoma Police Chief Austin Whitaker. And for shits and grins, Christian Bale used a Mauser 98 Sporter with double triggers in that scene, and in real life that rifle will set you back almost $4,000.
Ernie. Those luxury tree houses are cool, but check out these luxury cabins. My boss missed out on almost a week of productivity when I found this site. Jason
Old and busted: Kate Upton In GQ Magazine By Terry Richardson. The new hotness: Miranda Kerr In Purple Magazine By Terry Richardson. DAMN YOU TERRY RICHARDSON!
A cow, a puppy, a shark. What do these things have in common? That's right, they've all things that have fallen out of the sky. And in semi-related news, I am never, ever -- EVER -- going to Brazil.
Amiel Courtin-Wilson is an Australian film director, producer and artist. He made his first film at age 9 and at 17 won the Longford Nova Award at the 1996 St Kilda Film Festival. At age 19, Courtin-Wilson wrote, directed and produced his debut feature documentary Chasing Buddha about his aunt Robina Courtin, a Buddist nun. The film premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2000. His list of short films include Tag (2010), Cicada (2009 short documentary), On the Other Ocean (2006), Adolescent (2003), Stranglefilm (2001), It's POLITIkAL (2001 short documentary), Melbourne 2:36AM (2001), Persona in the Home (2001 short documentary) and Islands (2000 short documentary). His debut feature film Hail premiered internationally at Venice Film Festival in 2011.
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