So far LBEH has 103 tickets completed with another 4 pending and 12 new apps that came in fresh yesterday. If you have not donated yet because for some reason you aren't in the Christmas spirit yet, let this serve as a warning to you.
So take a close look at this photo, paying particular attention to the stickers on the side of the armoire -- if we're being completely honest I'm not sure if WHITEBOY isnt a race thing? Any idea what these stickers are for?
The House of the Mosque is a Dutch-language novel by Iranian writer Kader Abdolah, published in 2005. The book follows the life of an Iranian family during the regime of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, through the Iranian revolution of 1979 and the installment of the Khomeini government, and ends after Khomeini's death. Much of the plot takes place in a fictitious historical city of Senedjan, three hours by train from Qom. In the presentation of real historical events, many names and locations are altered, so that the novel does not pretend to be an accurate description of the historical situation. The English language translation of The House of the Mosque (Dutch: Het huis van de moskee) was published in January 2010.
Yeah, I know sometimes these foreign challenges lost in translation, which is why there was only one person able to find the location of this guy fishing in Russia, but we had a 18 people nail this spired building in Germany, the first of whom was...
Since Christmas is right around the corner, I want you to show me on Streetview exactly where Mrs Claus was when this photo was taken. Hint: think San Francisco, somwehere near Castro Coffee Company.
The Three Graces is an oil painting by Italian painter Raphael, housed in the Musée Condé of Chantilly, France. The date of origin has not been positively determined, though it seems to have been painted at some point after his arrival to study with Pietro Perugino in about 1500, possibly 1503-1505. According to James Patrick in 2007's Renaissance and Reformation, the painting represents the first time that Raphael had depicted the nude female form in front and back views.
'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a moose. The tactical stockings were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that Instructor Zero would soon would be there.
Beaded chain is very popular for hanging signs or promotional material from just about anything. Connector ends -- also known as Links or Clasps -- have a solid back and are the most common by simply offering an end attachment at a fixed length. Coupling ends work the same as connector ends, but are more versatile by also offering an integrated, oversized back hole for creating optional adjustable loops. Beaded chain is well suited for use on bulky loose leaf material, swatches or samples, and is very popular for ceiling fans, light fixtures, military dog tags, keychains, and securing pens in a public forum. And speaking of, since when are soldiers issued four dog tags? I thought they're only issues two.