Jesus Christ, how did I almost miss Mardi Gras 2014? Here are some pictures, some more pictures, and a movie.
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The Washington State Department of Transportation uses several methods to protect drivers from avalanches along US 2 near Stevens Pass, including firing live artillery rounds at unstable snow to trigger avalanches while the roads are clear. Avalanche technicians usually fire the two muthafuckin M60 tanks near the summit at Stevens Pass between midnight and 6 a.m., but on Tuesday, WSDOT officials decided that the snow was unstable enough that US 2 needed to be shut down during the afternoon so that avalanche technicians could fire the tanks.
Old and busted: Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. The new politically correct hotness: Snow Caucasian and the Seven Little People.
Hey Ernie. Usually someone always answers these before I get a chance, but this time I didn't see you post an answer to your question about the James Cook Pub sign. Anyway, you were right - it is in St. Petersburg. But the sign isn't at the pub, but rather a directional sign a few blocks away. The building it's on is undergoing renovations in the Google map image. Cheers! Brad
You know it's funny. Kind of like how after you buy a particular make and model car, suddenly you start noticing them everywhere. That's kind of how I am now with umbilical hernias.
Okay, after you peel your eyes away from
can someone please tell me what currency this girl is holding?
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Honestly, I'm not entirely convinced its either.... if I had to pick one of the two, I would say the P85, but it looks like the takedown pin is too far forward of the trigger for a Ruger?
From the I-Haven't-Seen-Prices-This-Low-Since-The-Black-Friday-Before-Sandy-Hook-Department: here's a DPMS Panther Oracle 5.56 16" with forward assist and dust cover -- for $499 shipped after $50 mail in rebate.
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