The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
It looks like Dante's Pizza has taken over the spot that was previously occupied by the Tortilla Factory. I wonder when that happened?
I have a feeling Misty Copeland is probably the first ballet dancer ever to sign an endorsement deal with a sports apparel company; Under Armor, in this case. I'm certain she is your new favorite ballet dancer, because she is obviously amazing.
A yukata is a Japanese garment, a casual summer kimono, like other forms of traditional Japanese clothing, yukata are made with straight seams and wide sleeves. Yukata literally means bath(ing) clothes, although their use is not limited to after-bath wear. Yukata are a common sight in Japan during the hot summer months. Traditionally yukata were mostly made of indigo-dyed silk but today a wide variety of colors and designs are available. As with kimono, the general rule with yukata is that younger people wear vivid colors and bold patterns, while older people wear dark, matured colors and dull patterns.
Greek cuisine is adored worldwide for many reasons, primarily its creative use of fresh, seasonal ingredients to make diverse dishes. In this traditional summer-and-fall dish, Yemista is part of the Greek cuisine and consists of baked stuffed vegetables. Usually tomatoes, peppers, or other vegetables hollowed out and baked with a rice and herb filling. That actually look pretty appetizing, especially when compared to Chinese cuisine, because those crazy fuckers will eat just about anything that doesn't eat them first.
I know German well. The only word I can think of that might fit would be Cousinen. I'm betting the banner reads Die Wilden Cousinen or “The Wild Cousins”? I can only think of maybe 6 words that end in sinen in German (limousinen, apfelsinen, assassinen, cousinen, kusinen, rosinen) unless you count the compound words (halbcousinen = half cousins and luxuslimousinen = luxury limousines). Even less end with “siren”, and none of those fit (closest would be Geysiren). Keith
Hey Ern, Wilden is German for wild, not wanted. It looks like possibly a hand-made sign. I don't know why I think so, just taking a stab at it....the last word MIGHT be Cousinen (Cousins). "The wild cousins" ?? The 1st letter COULD be a C, and just before sinen, it looks like it could be a U. That's my best guess and I'm sticking to it. The wild cousins. Tom
Huh. Gotta be honest, I'm impressed. Perhaps not as impressed as when I looked at these extreme balloon animals, but close. Next photo challenge: this time Spanish is going to be the preferred language. What is the name of the restaurant this girl is sitting at; and I suspect it's Spanish because tapas is a Spanish dish, as is plato/plate.
Looking out from Treasure Island Casino and Resort, facing down the strip with Harrah's on your left and The Mirage on your right, is right about where this photo was taken.
Rammstein is an Industrial Metal band from Germany, formed in 1994 and comprises Till Lindemann, Richard Kruspe, Paul Landers, Ollie Riedel, Christoph Schneider and Christian "Flake" Lorenz. Since their formation, Rammstein have had no changes in their line-up. As of 2013, they have sold over 35 million records worldwide. Rammstein's award-winning live shows are renowned for their pyrotechnic elements and both on- and off-stage theatrics. The majority of their songs are in German, but they have also performed songs entirely or partially in other languages including English, Spanish, French and Russian.
Well, it's Friday afternoon and you know what that means: time to knock back a nice quality bourbon and play some 3 Slices 2. (my score so far)
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