The National Gallery is an art museum in Trafalgar Square in Central London. Founded in 1824, it houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900. The Gallery is an exempt charity, and a non-departmental public body of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Its collection belongs to the public of the United Kingdom and entry to the main collection is free of charge. The National Gallery is the fourth most visited art museum in the world, after the Musée du Louvre, the British Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
A bobbing pin is a type of hairpin, usually of metal or plastic, used in coiffure to hold hair in place. It was invented in Paris by Robert (Bobby) Pinot in 1899, around the same time hairstyles known as the "bob cut" or "bobbed hair" took hold. As foreigners caught wind of his invention, the hairstyle gained momentum and the pin became known as "Bobby pin." This trend gained popularity in the 1920s because the hair grips kept their bobbed hair in place. A bobby pin consists of a small double-pronged hair pin or clip that slides into hair with the prongs open and then the flexible prongs close over the hair to hold it in place. They are typically plain and unobtrusively colored, but some are elaborately decorated or jeweled.
Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses have been manufactured by Ray-Ban since 1956, when their design was a revolutionary break from the metal eyewear of the past. Wayfarers enjoyed early popularity in the 1950s and 1960s, though the sunglasses had faded from the limelight by the 1970s, a lucrative 1982 product placement deal brought Wayfarers to their height of popularity. Since the mid-2000s Wayfarers have been enjoying a revival. The design is sometimes cited as the best-selling design of sunglasses in history and have been called a classic of modern design and one of the most enduring fashion icons of the 20th century
Old and busted: The Love Boat. The new hotness: The Jazz Boat. Where should I park my car?
Pointe Oasis in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. Note the boat with Sunrise Beach, MO on the back. Tim
That was a softball. Pointe Oasis, Sunrise Beach, Missouri, would be the name of the place to where you'd get your Jello shots. Marc
The beer coozie was purchesed from Pointe Oasis Resort & Marina boat rentals, in Sunrise Beach, Missouri. Here is their facebook page. So I am assuming those hot chicks are on the Lake of the Ozarks. It is really big, so if you want to find them, I suggest you start looking early in the day. Take care. Eric R
This is Pointe Oasis Resort in the Ozark lakes Mo. The Dextasea boat in the backround is from sunrise beach not too far away. Attached a picture of the same koozie from their website facebook pictures. Rick
William Sheppard of New York was granted patent number 49,561 for his "Improved Liquid Soap" on August 22, 1865, for his discovery that a small amount of conventional soap could be mixed with large amounts of spirits of ammonia to create a soap with a consistency of molasses. In 1980, entrepreneur Robert Taylor began selling this product as Softsoap through his company, Minnetonka Corporation. Taylor knew others would copy the soap-in-a-pump-bottle idea, so he shrewdly purchased 100 million small bottle hand-pumps from the only two U.S. manufacturers that made them, so that any competitors wouldn't be able to buy any for one year - enough time for him to establish the brand name. It worked; in six months, he sold $25 million worth of Softsoap. The package made it very easy to spot on store shelves when nearly all other soaps were in bar form.
Okay, here's a rather unique challenge for you, and before you ask, no I'm not trolling. I would genuinely like someone to translate just what the fuck this guy is saying.
Karlovarské minerální vody is the biggest producer of mineral and spring water in the Czech Republic. The company was founded in 1873 by Heinrich Mattoni, who was born in Karlovy Vary. The company gained its current form in the 1990s thanks to major investments of new owners. Karlovarské minerální vody currently bottles mineral and spring water of the Mattoni, Magnesia and Aquila brands which are exported to 20 countries around the world. The Company takes part in the cultural, sports, as well as social life of the Czech Republic, as well as supporting projects relating to the protection of nature and the environment.