So I caught the second episode of The Walking Dead and as the group was rescuing Gabriel from the rock, decided to give Daryl and his crossbow a little thought. A modern crossbow shoots a bolt somewhere around 425 ft/sec (289 mph). This compared to the fastest compound bow, which can reach speeds of 360 ft/sec (245 mph). Keep in mind this compares to average run-of-the-mill 9mm ammo which is 1100 ft/sec (750 mph). So that got me to thinking about when Daryl was shooting at humans -- the Governor's clan, the cannibals from Terminus, etc -- would it even be possible to dodge one of his arrows? So I did some searching and found this guy who set up a POV camera on an archery target, and let me assure you brother, you ain't dodging shit. And of course, if you are looking for 9mm ammunition, look no further!
If you're new to gardening and not sure where to start, growing herbs is an easy way to get your green thumb going. There's no large plot to prepare or maintain (which can be daunting for newbies) and by growing different varieties, you'll gain experience working with plants that have different watering and care needs. You can make a charming outdoor display and grow your own herbs at the same time: use enamel coated metal coffee cups as pots -- drill a hole in the bottom first for drainage-- paint in cheery colors then place on a balcony for a lovely display.
Every fan enjoys some good film Easter Eggs and Disney has a ton of them. Not only are they making a lot of sexual innuendos, educating children to think about penises from an early age, but they also prepare us for glitches in the Matrix. And this, of course, is a conspiracy from their side in order to feed us with repetitiveness so much that we eventually become robots. Animations about princesses and cute little animals? Pure evil, obviously!
American Gladiators is an American competition television program that aired weekly in syndication from September 1989 to May 1996. The series matched a cast of amateur athletes against each other, as well as against the show's own gladiators, in contests of strength and agility. The concept was created by Dan Carr and John C. Ferraro, who held the original competition at Erie Tech High School in Erie, Pennsylvania. They sold the show to The Samuel Goldwyn Company (later MGM) where the concept was enhanced and became American Gladiators. An effort in 2004 to launch a live American Gladiators show on the Las Vegas Strip became mired in a securities fraud prosecution.
Being left-handed makes someone special, that's a fact. Especially in sports. But in real life even the most normal things can become very frustrating. Sure, Kurt Cobain was a great left-handed guitarist, but I bet he had problems with his can opener. Because there isn't really enough time or space to make this more than a world for right-handed people. So a good piece of advice would probably be to become ambidextrous.
Huh, based upon their website results, Target no longer offers a 22 3/8" x 34" frame.
Last Saturday I thumbnailed a video of some ridiculously hot chick dancing to Golden Earring's Radar Love. And as stacked as she was, it was a shitty quality video... grainy, jumpy, bad contrast. Today I found (a) a much higher quality version and (b) her name is Katee Owen, and she has a pretty fantastic Twitter account. You're welcome.