Just to show you that I'm not entirely helpless when it comes to Googling something, using this link I managed to copy and paste together the Russian word ???T?KA, which helped me identify Baltika Breweries -- the largest brewery in Eastern Europe and the second-largest brewery in Europe, after Heineken.
But I do need some help for this next one, specifically from my peeps in Oklahoma City. There is a Volvo dealer in town, located at 1125 N Broadway Avenue. If you check out the Street View, you'll see that right outside the dealership, just under the big VOLVO sign, is a metal bench. I'd just like to make sure it's still there.
And the following is for everyone EXCEPT you poor fuckers in New York, because what possible use can you have for more than 7 rounds? No, your legislature would much rather see you here, than to defend yourself. This is one of those if-you're-looking-this-is-as-good-as-it's-gonna-get-for-quite-a-while kind of deals -- 10 regular PMAGS for $130 shipped, or 10 windowed PMAGS for $160. Seriously. Right after Sandy Hook, those fuckers were selling for $50 A PIECE. And you poor fuckers in New York City? Shit. "Michael Bloomberg wants to use his wealth to buy Big Apple gun control all over the country," said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. "Despite reports that New York City violence is actually down from last year, over this past weekend -- 25 shootings leaving 6 dead -- New York City accounted for half of the slayings that Seattle has seen for the entire first five months of the year. Before Bloomberg spends another million dollars trying to spread his program of gun prohibition," he added, "the mayor ought to concentrate on his own turf and leave the rest of the nation alone."
The Naval Strike Missile (NSM) is an anti-ship and land-attack missile developed by the Norwegian company Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace. After being launched into the air by a solid rocket booster which is jettisoned upon burning out, the missile is propelled to its target in high subsonic speed by a turbojet sustainer engine, leaving the 125kg multi-purpose warhead to do its work, which in case of a ship target means impacting the ship at or near the water line.
Ernie, I saw your post about Deacon Jones, and for absolutely no reason at all, it made me think of this interview with Charlie Murphy about Darryl Stingley, who got paralyzed by your boy Jack "The Hitman" Tatum. Cheers, Charley
The Apple iPhone does a lot of cool stuff. However, it can be made to do even more cool stuff if you just know a few tricks. Like what, you ask? Well, that's the topic of today's list: awesome iPhone hacks.
Locking pliers can be locked into position, using an over-center action. One side of the handle includes a bolt that is used to adjust the spacing of the jaws, the other side of the handle often includes a lever to push the two sides of the handles apart to unlock the pliers. The jaws are set to a size slightly smaller than what is to be gripped by turning the bolt in one handle with the jaws closed. When the jaws are opened and the handles squeezed together, they move a lever over its center point and lock the jaw of the pliers onto the gripped object. A typical usage would be to hold metal parts in place for welding. The first locking pliers, named Vise-Grips, were invented by William Petersen in De Witt, Nebraska in 1924.
Anthony: "Look around! You couldn't find a whiter, safer or better lit part of this city. But this white woman sees two black guys, who look like UCLA students, strolling down the sidewalk and her reaction is blind fear. I mean, look at us! Are we dressed like gang-bangers? Huh? No. Do we look threatening? No. Fact, if anybody should be scared around here, it's us: We're the only two black faces surrounded by a sea of over-caffeinated white people, patrolled by the triggerhappy LAPD. So you tell me, why aren't we scared?" Peter: "Because we have guns?" Anthony: "You could be right."
The Pensacola News Journal is a daily morning newspaper serving Escambia and Santa Rosa counties in Florida. It is Northwest Florida's most widely-read daily. The heritage of the News Journal can be traced back to 1889, when a group of Pensacola businessmen founded the Pensacola Daily News. The Daily News printed its first issue on 5 March 1889, with an initial circulation of 2,500 copies. Then, in March 1897, a Pensacolian named M. Loftin founded a newsweekly, the Pensacola Journal. The Journal converted to a daily format a year later.
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