Redpath Sugar was established as the Canada Sugar Refining Company in 1854 in Montreal, Quebec by Scots-Quebecer entrepreneur, John Redpath. Located on the bank of the Lachine Canal, the giant complex was the first of its kind in Canada, using sugar cane imported from the British West Indies. Its construction was part of the economic boom that, during the 19th century, turned Montreal from a small town to (then) the largest city in Canada and the country's economic engine. This sugar package, celebrating the company's 150th anniversary in 2004, shows that the logo is essentially John Redpath's signature and face. It remains the oldest continuously used logo for food products in Canada today.
The Monkeemobile is a modified Pontiac GTO that was designed and built by designer Dean Jeffries for The Monkees, a pop-rock band and television program. The car features a tilted forward split two-piece windshield, a touring car convertible top, modified rear quarter panels and front fenders, exaggerated tail lamps, set of four bucket seats and an extra third row bench where there was originally a trunk, a rear-mounted parachute and a GTO emblem on the front grille. Two cars were contracted to be built: One as a main TV car, to be used on the television program, and one as a promotional show car, to tour hot rod and car shows around the United States. The first version originally sported a 6-71 supercharged engine, a solid mounted rear axle and extra rear end weight to enable the car to pop wheelies. The second car was used as a touring car for auto shows and promotional events. Both were used on The Monkees TV series, one during the first season and both throughout the second season.
Here are dogs and cats who want no part of your stupid selfie obsession.
A seedless fruit is a fruit developed to possess no mature seeds. As consumption of seedless fruits is generally easier and more convenient, they are considered commercially valuable. Most commercially produced seedless fruits have been developed from plants whose fruits normally contain numerous relatively large hard seeds distributed throughout the flesh of the fruit. Common varieties of seedless fruits include watermelons, tomatoes, grapes (such as Thompson Seedless, Russian Seedless, and Black Monukka), and bananas. Additionally, there are numerous seedless citrus fruits, such as oranges, lemons and limes.
Did you ever get a location for this Quiznos? [Nope!]
I'm pretty shit at this game, so I won't embarrass myself with a score boasting, but I figured you and other readers would enjoy Tiny Hat.
Eh, neat little game. Tough to play on a large monitor though.
Under the National Firearms Act (NFA), it is illegal for a private citizen to possess a sawed-off modern shotgun (barrel length shorter than 18 inches or an overall length shorter than 26 inches) without a tax-paid registration from the BATFE. This of course requires a background check and either a $200 or $5 tax for every transfer, depending upon the specific manufacturing circumstances of the particular sawed-off modern shotgun being transferred. Shotguns originally manufactured without shoulder stocks -- and thus is not legally a shotgun -- with a total length under 26 inches, are classified as an "Any Other Weapon" by the BATFE and only have a $5 transfer tax. Now, should a manufacturer come along and make the same shotgun but say.... 26.5 inches, then that shotgun would be excempt from ALL of the BATFE's bullshit NFA rules. Granted, it's a little pricey at $649, but for states that prohibit all NFA weapons? This is the cat's ass. Added bonus? Instead of holding 2+1 like the Serbue Shorty, this one holds 5+1.
And if you do spring for that shotgun, no doubt you'll be looking to save a few bucks over the next few weeks to help pay for it. So a 3 for 1 drink special sounds pretty sppealing right about now -- what bar am I headed off to?
Crayfish are eaten all over the world. Like other edible crustaceans, only a small portion of the body of a crayfish is edible. In most prepared dishes, such as soups, bisques and etouffées, only the tail portion is served. At crayfish boils or other meals where the entire body of the crayfish is presented, other portions, such as the claw meat, may be eaten. Claws of larger boiled specimens are often pulled apart to access the meat inside. Another favourite is to suck the head of the crayfish, as seasoning and flavor can collect in the fat of the boiled interior.