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Ernie's House of Whoopass! March 10, 2015
March 10, 2015

I Have To Be Honest, I Never Thought They're Top Look-At-The-Flowers.

SPOILER ALERT: In case you missed Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead, this is the scene that has given birth to a delicious cookie recipe.

Childproofing a home to protect little ones - particularly those under four years old—includes identifying common dangers and choosing the best products to decrease the risk of accidents. Parents should evaluate each room in the house, pinpointing things that could harm a child well into the walking stage. Cabinets hold all sorts of hazards to children, so you should keep kids out with childproof cabinet locks. But rather than using inexpensive all-plastic locks, which generally fail within the first 100 days of use, purchase locks with metal spring mechanisms, or better yet, magnetic locks.

"In prison, dinner was always a big thing. We had a pasta course and then we had a meat or fish. Paulie did the prep work. He was doing a year for contempt, and he had this wonderful system for doing the garlic. He used a razor, and he used to slice it so thin that he used to liquefy in the pan with just a little oil. It was a very good system. Vinny was in charge of the tomato sauce. I felt he used too many onions, but it was still a very good sauce. Johnny D did the meat. We didn't have a broiler, so Johnny did everything in pans. He used to smell up the joint something awful and the hacks used to die, but he still cooked a great steak." Then later in the movie when a coked out paranoid Henry was making dinner, "You see, I was cooking dinner that night. I had to start braising beef, pork butt and veal shanks for the tomato sauce. It was Michael's favorite. I was making ziti with the meat gravy and I'm planning to roast the peppers over the flames and I was gonna put on some string beans with some olive oil and garlic and I have some beautiful cutlets that were cut just right that I was gonna fry up before dinner just as an appetizer."

Okay, let's see how well you do in Divide, where your goal is to divide (duh!) the figure into the required quantity of pieces with the limited number of cuts. I am on level 22.

I 'm looking at a .300 blackout AR, maybe you could do a piece on that round. I'd appreciate your insight. Ron

Ron, in short, I don't know dick about .300 Blackout. Like nada. Like zipolla. Like all I know is it looks like my AR and my AK had sexy time and the .300 BLK was the result. So after doing some research, here are the best articles I can find from trusted sources, to perhaps guide you in your decision. I don't know if this will be your first AR, but someone asked that very question to the guys at The Truth About Guns, and they didn't seem too hip on the idea. I can certainly appreciate the diversity in the round, meaning smaller AR rounds are usually limited to between 45 and 77 grains, while the .300 BLK can range anywhere from 110 to a .45 slug worthy 220 grains. And if you're looking for some eye candy, here's a video on why you should shoot the .300 BLK.

Aside from being being a little expensive, I know one of the perks is the .300 BLK can share the same magazines as your regular 5.56/.223 AR, but there's a pretty vocal group out there encouraging people to keep and maintain separate mags for your .300 BLK rounds. The reason is simple: if you're not paying close attention to what mags you're grabbing, the .300 round is almost kinda sort small enough to slip inside the .223 chamber. The result? KABOOM! And before you discount that as an isolated incident, there are a shit ton more examples out there to choose from. In fact, when you Google can you shoot .300 blk out of 5.56 mag, the first page is full of Kabooms. For that reason many people suggest dedicating mags specifically to your .300 BLK and taking steps to make the two easily distinguishable. If you're throwing money around, you can buy laser engraved mags but personally I think just a strip of bright red or yellow tape would work fine. The last thing you want to do is blow up your internally supressed Daniel Defense DDM4 ISR, amirite?

Hey Ernie, the photo is taken at the Cruise Port in Galveston, Texas. Not the yellow awning directly over her right shoulder. If you look at this Google Maps you can see the same awning on Harborside Drive, and the Bank of America building in the background. Steven.

Goggles or safety glasses are forms of protective eyewear that usually enclose or protect the area surrounding the eye in order to prevent particulates, water or chemicals from striking the eyes. They are used in chemistry laboratories and in woodworking. They are often used in snow sports as well, and in swimming. Goggles are often worn when using power tools such as drills or chainsaws to prevent flying particles from damaging the eyes. Many types of goggles are available as prescription goggles for those with vision problems.

Unfortunately, items keep going missing from traveler's luggage and in a variety of scenarios. Bags are stolen from hotel lobbies, the back seats of of limousines, even slipped from beneath a traveler's chair while they sip their drinks. It's not just your average thief-on-the-street either. Sadly, many airport and TSA employees are being discovered as thieves as well. When it comes to you and your stuff, there is no telling how or when you might be separated, whether briefly or permanently, in your trek from your car seat to your airplane seat and back again. Get off the plane quickly and skip the bathroom break. Getting to the baggage claim quickly means you'll be there when your bag rolls off the belt, so a thief can't snatch it without you noticing.

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