The M79 Osa was designed and manufactured in the former Yugoslavia. It has continued production in Serbia, the Republic of Macedonia, and in Croatia as the RL90 M95. An un-named Arab nation has bought a large number or M79s from Croatia and are now seen with most insurgent groups in Syria; some of which have mistaken the M79 for the Russian RPG-29 rocket launcher, often with catastrophic consequences.
Though American inventor Benjamin Franklin is sometimes credited with inventing the rocking chair, historians actually trace the rocking chair's origins to North America during the early 18th century, when Franklin was a child. They were originally used in gardens and were just ordinary chairs with rockers attached. It was in 1725 that early rocking chairs first appeared in England. The production of wicker rocking chairs reached its peak in America during the middle of the 18th century. These wicker rockers, as they were popularly known, were famous for their craftsmanship and creative designs. Rocking chairs are sometimes associated with maturity and class. They are also often associated with parenting, as the gentle rocking motion can soothe infants.
The effect a good office desk can have on productivity and organization should not be underestimated. It can be a big boost to your business. And while factors like space and the type of work being done need to be considered, some people prefer much more personal prerequisites when it comes to choosing the perfect table to work on. Given the sturdy nature of cars, it's perhaps no surprise that they can be converted to make perfect office desks – and the possibility of making something new from old materials may appeal too.
Any five-year-old knows it: When it comes to building sand castles at the beach, wet sand is much better than dry. Fortunately for beach-goers everywhere, a group of physicists at Notre Dame tackled this sticky problem. They discovered that wet sand sticks together for exactly the same reason water beads up on wax paper: a phenomenon called surface tension. If you add just enough water to the sand, the water sticks to each grain of sand, and forms what the scientists call “interstitial liquid bridges” between each grain. Like the beads of water on wax paper, these liquid bridges are held together by surface tension, and that's what holds the water–and the sand–in place, causing it to stick to itself and other wet surfaces, such as this 2 liter bottle of Coke. If it weren't for surface tension, sand castle building wouldn't be nearly as much fun.
Should you be in the market for a little pocket protection that doesn't go bang, Amazon has some big ass savings on Kershaw knives right now. Follow this link to save $10 on your $50 Kershaw knife purchase -- I'd steer you towards the Kershaw Blur designed by Ken Onion which you'd get for $41 shipped -- it's what I carry when my attire doesn't allow for means that go bang. Then as an added bonus, perhaps you can use
to file this purchase as a deduction, eh?
This Armslist thing reminds me of the families sue bat companies because their kid was struck by a ball hit with a metal bat. We have become, even more, a country of sue happy assholes. Will
Defense fund proof of support attached; kind of like EHOWA dues I guess. Good thing to support for sure. Also, I'm concerned about your grammar, specifically with state names pronunciations. Oklahoma for instance; if you say Ok…lahoma, you're wrong. The proper way is Okla….homa. There is a gap between the “a” and the “h”. Marty
Please remember to help Armslist fight the Brady Campaign in Court. Let's show these Brady assholes that we are stronger than they are.
The oscillating fan is driven by an electronic motor. Electricity flows into coils, which surround the rotor. The rotor has a magnet inside of it. When electricity flows into one of the coils, it creates a magnetic field. This repels the electromagnet, pushing the rotor partway around in a circle. Electricity then flows into another coil on the opposite side, giving the rotor another push and completing the cycle. In some oscillating fans, a single motor is mounted in the base. The motor has a shaft that comes out both the bottom and the top of it. The bottom shaft powers the oscillator, while the top spins the fan blade, driving air forward. Other oscillating fans use one motor directly behind the fan blades to spin the fan and another motor in the base to control the oscillation.
Moustaches. They're the goddamn symbol of manliness, are they not? While in recent years, it appears moustaches have tragically gone "out of style", there should be little doubt that in their heydey, they were the ultimate fashion statement for men. No matter what the style -- the short porn 'stache of the 70s that showed you didn't give a damn, the thick Magnum PI moustache of the 80s that told everyone you could kick their ass, or the thick and curly moustaches of turn-of-the-century criminals and crazy prospectors -- a moustache is the furry window into a man's soul.
The YKK Group is a Japanese group of manufacturing companies. As the world's largest zipper/zip manufacturer, YKK Group is most famous for making zippers; however, it also manufactures other fastening products, architectural products and industrial machinery. The initials YKK stand for Yoshida Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha , Yoshida Manufacturing Corporation. YKK produces fasteners and architectural products at 109 YKK companies in 71 countries around the world. YKK claims to be the first zipper/zip company to promote environmental protection measures. YKK developed a line of "environmentally friendly zippers", following the company's philosophy "The Cycle of Goodness", which means that one prospers when one renders benefit to others.
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