Light beer commercials usually focus on men, who are its biggest consumers, with machismo, humor and outright goofiness. Corona Light is going after a different group with a campaign for socially active men and women in their 20s. To investigate why Corona was popular among women, researchers hung out in bars, entered into casual conversations and paid close attention to people's gestures as well as their words. They noticed that women often rubbed their thumb and forefingers together when speaking of what they liked about Corona. This suggested fineness, delicacy. Our research suggested that their preference was down to shape and color. While Corona Light is not technically a light beer, but it comes in a tall, clear bottle and is the color of sunshine.
Kent cigarettes's micronite filter was introduced shortly after the publication of a series of articles in Reader's Digest in 1952 entitled "Cancer by the Carton", that scared American consumers into seeking out a filter brand at a time when most brands were filterless. From March 1952 until at least May 1956, the Micronite filter in Kent cigarettes contained carcinogenic blue asbestos; the filter was designed with Eastman Kodak chemical engineers and was replaced with a cotton filter that was dyed green to mimic the asbestos color. Kent cigarattes now use a form of activated charcoal filter.
Halo 3 was released in three separate retail versions, branded as "Standard", "Limited" and "Legendary" editions. The Standard Edition contains the game disc, manual, and a small poster with the game's control-map and artwork. The Limited Edition, contained in a metal case, contains the game disc, manual, poster, Xbox 360 bonus disc with featurettes, and a hardcover-bound Bestiarum, a collection of information and art covering the species, cultures, and civilizations of Halo 3. The Legendary Edition contains the game disc, manual, poster, interactive bonus disc, the Bestiarum on a DVD, Legendary DVD containing exclusive content, and a scale replica of the Master Chief's helmet as a case for the three discs.
Hark! Telleth me dear read'r, what is the nameth of the Las Vegas hotel thou can seeth in the background?
Hey E, the enthusiast that you are, you don't see one of these on eBay often. My neighbor is parting with one of his new additions. Since 9-11, Rick
Hi there -- Long time reader, very occasionally I even send you something. (I started reading your stuff shortly after 9/11, and I think I've send you maybe 3 things.) I have a cabinetry shop that has a bent (?) you might like, but that's not why I'm writing. I have plenty of business, and am not looking for any more at this point until we expand again. The guy that has a shop on the other side of the building from me (it's a huge old glass factory) has a taxidermy and ammunition manufacturing facility. He mainly does straight walled handgun stuff, but he also does .223 and .308. I don't know anything about his prices further than I got 1000 rds of .233 for $300, and since all that I've tried so far has gone "bang" I figure that's a pretty good deal. I varmint on my farms, and no longer have any need past that. And it's made in Ohio by a family owned company, and that has to be worth something. He doesn't have a facebook page for the ammunition that I know of, but he does for the taxidermy. I figured that if I could pass on a deal to you or your readers and help him out at the same time, then it is worth it. Sorry for such a long message. Keep up the good work. Gregg
Since we're talking reloads, I'm comfortable making the assumption we're talking about brass cases; so that $300/1,000 rounds isn't a bad price at all. If you set the filters to [brass] [reloads] and [.223] cartridges, the best price out there right now is $0.32/round or $320 for a 1,000 round case. And even then you have to add on shipping. I would offer one word of caution though: make sure you trust the shit out of this guy if you're going to shoot his ammo.
And while I'll be the first to admit I'm not end end-all-be-all when it comes to guns, I know my fair share and when I don't know something, not ashamed to ask. So fuck all if I can figure out what is sticking out of the barrel of this rifle.
Hi Ernie, This was taken from Pier 62, a public park north of Chelsea Piers. Google street view won't let me go all the way out, this view from the highway has the tower under construction in the bkgd. As well as the netting cage around the driving range, and some recognizable buildings on the Jersey side near that large yellow turn arrow. The girls were approx. where the compass point is. Andrew
Hot blond tattoo chick with nice rack (and the other two) are standing on this pier. Barry
Hello, I tried to find a street view but there is none, that picture was taken from pier 83 in Manhatton at the end of W.24st. looking south on the Hudson river, I found another picture taken from that location and also marked the location on the google earth image. Rick
An orthopaedic pillow is a pillow designed to correct body positioning in bed or while lying on any other surface. Its design conforms to orthopaedic guidelines to ensure the right placement and support of one or more specific parts of the body to provide safe and healthy rest to the sleeper. Pillows have been traditionally made of foam and fiber, but other types now exist, such as pillows made of memory foam, a heat sensitive material that can acquire the shape of the body lying upon it. A sleep pillow with a curved design adapts to head, neck and shoulder contour for back sleepers and side sleepers. It relieves neck pain, frozen shoulder, stiff neck and headaches, and helps release breathing airways to reduce snoring and sleep apnoea symptoms.
And here's a handy dandy checklist for gun owners when drawing up their wills.