Okay, here's a softball for you. When I see the colors red, white and blue, naturally I think of America. And what's more American than a burger, amirite? So if I wanted to take this girl out for a burger, where's a local place we can meet up?
Michael Jai White is an avid Martial Artist who began training at the age of 8, holding Black Belts in 7 different styles and 26 Championship titles. His noted styles for holding black belts, are as follows: Shotokan Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Okinawan Kobudo, Gojo Ryu, Tang Soo Do, Wushu and Kyokushin Karate. In his first film fight scene, Michael Jai White plays a member of Apocalypse Inc. in Troma's classic sequel "The Toxic Avenger Part II". Jai starred in 2009's direct-to-DVD martial arts film, Blood and Bone, directed by Ben Ramsey and written by Michael Andrews. The film stars Michael Jai White, Eamonn Walker and Julian Sands, and features martial artist Matt Mullins, former professional wrestler Ernest "The Cat" Miller, and MMA fighters Bob Sapp, Kimbo Slice, Maurice Smith, and Gina Carano.
The bridesmaids are members of the bride's party in a wedding. A bridesmaid is typically a young woman, and often a close friend or sister. They are required to attend the wedding ceremony and to assist the bride on the day of the wedding. Bridesmaids in Europe and North America are often asked to assist the bride with planning the wedding and a wedding reception. Traditionally, bridesmaids were chosen from unwed young women of marriageable age.
The item in front of the TV is not a game at all but a "Lewis Black Unleashed" DVD. Tom
Ernie, Love your identification games on the site, although I usually can't answer them. However, today's I can- I believe the game in front of the TV is not a game at all, but the Lewis Black Unleashed DVD. Once again love the site, keep up the great work. Thanks, Tristan
Here's a good one which should keep you busy for a while. I'd really like to take a ride on this ferris wheel, but don't know what amusement park I should head to. That looks like a permenant place, and not a fly-by-night-carnival, yes? Any ideas?
Okay, calling all Las Vegans -- which if I were you, I'd really lobby to change that moniker since it makes you all sound like pretentious pussies -- I'll need your familiarity with your local area to tell me where Ashe Marie shacked up for the night.
True story; I'd spent $4700 on having $15,000 worth of firearms customized for me. I've had 3 Glocks, they're OK. But I want to see an external hammer- I want to know whats in that chamber and the hammer tells me. Of course I'm old skool- it all depends what you were raised on. The scene is in front of my gunsmith's shop- his names Bill, short guy maybe 5'-3" vs. my 5'-9". He's close to 70, has won MANY Army and National Guard competition's on pistols. Amazingly, he has the ability to operate gunsmithing tools, have a cup of coffee AND unfiltered "Pall Mall" cigs. All at the same time. So his voice is about as raspy as you can imagine. "Larry, you need to get a 45" "Naw- I've packed a 9mm for years. The CZ75 is perfect" (Bills tapping on my chest with an unlit Pall Mall and I'm getting pissed) "Larry, when you were a boy did you watch "Star Trek"? Puzzled I answered "Well, yes, didn't everyone?" "The difference between a 9mm and a 45 ACP is the difference between a phaser set to stun and a phaser set to kill." Shit! Its been 7 years now- and I still don't have a good comeback to that! So I went to "Mary's Pistols" on 38th and Taylor in Tacoma and purchased for $399 brand new Rock Island Arms M1911. Drag it over to Bills- they're like 3 feet from each other- "Here, what magic can you do?" Plays with it, ends up bobbing the hammer, does a trigger job, and puts on some REAL sights instead of the piece of shit military sights. So I'm into this beast about $750, and it's been completely customized for me, and brought up to NRA standards. That's how and why I purchased a 45 ACP.
I use a guy around here that sounds like that. His name is Brad Park and he works out of his garage. The first time I met him, he reminded me of the Crypt Keeper. He looked two days older than water, and his fingers were just as thin and frail and as the Kool that trembled between them. Old motherfrucker knows his guns, though. So adding to your CZ Arms comment though, I don't own any but I've heard nothing but good things about them. Right now you can pick up their P07 Duty chambered in .40 S&W for $359 shipped; that coupled with ammo that's priced between 9mm and .45ACP and it brings us back to reinforcing the All-1911's-End-Up-Costing-$750+ rule.
And seriously, get your fucking dishes off of the floor. Were you raised in a barn?
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