The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, features signs from old casinos and other businesses displayed outdoors on over 6 acres (2.4 ha). The museum is located on Las Vegas Boulevard and McWilliams Avenue, across the street from Cashman Center and along the Las Vegas downtown museum corridor. For many years, the Young Electric Sign Company stored many of these old signs in their boneyard. The boneyard preserves over 150 neon signs from the Nevada area, but the signs were slowly being destroyed by exposure to the elements. The museum is slowly restoring the signs and placing them around the Fremont Street Experience.
TRIPPY AS FUCK: It's called Black Hole, and it's equipped with strategically placed LEDs that create the illusion of traveling through the universe's wettest wormhole. Even if you can't make the trip to a German water park this summer, you can see Black Hole in action thanks to a video posted to a water slide enthusiast YouTube channel.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to show me where this photo was taken. I found this one to be surprisingly more challenging than what you'd initially expect since the Hotel Barcelona Catedral and Desigual store are no longer adjascent to each other and the architecture/railings don't match, so I assume that one, if not both of them have moved?
Hot girl with SHITTY TRIGGER DISCIPLINE! But yes, everyone should have a nice stainless steel wheelgun. As for Taurus? Eh, no disrespect but I've too many heard too many horror stories, so I'll stick with my Smith & Wessons. To me, wheel guns are kind of like classic cars. That is to say you don't drive them every day, and you certainly don't take them on on cross country trips. They're more of a weekend ride for quick jaunts around town so other people can ooh-and-aaah, before you bring them back home, polish them up and put the car cover back on. And since I can't afford any Colt revolvers, I have fired my Smith & Wesson 629 a few times before, but so far Lord Humungus remains unfirfed. At least by me, anyway. You're firing an $800+ handgun, so don't chintz out on the ammo: look for new brass cased factory stuff from reputable manufacturers. And that holds true for my .38/.357 Magnum revolvers, too. No need to destroy a family heirloom because you wanted to save a dime a round.
And unless you're a professional shooter, destroying you pricey firearm by using shitty ammunition does not qualify as a tax deduction.
Hand dryers are electric devices found in public washrooms that are used to dry hands; they may either operate with a button or automatically using an infrared sensor. According to manufacturers, hand dryers can cut costs by as much as 99.5% -- for example a company may spend $2340.00 per year on paper towels, where as the hand dryer expenditure would be as low as $14.00 per year -- although this will vary due to cost of paper towels and cost of electricity. Hand dryers require very little maintenance compared to paper towels, which must be replaced.
The famous bikini girl in GTA V is not based upon Lindsay Lohan as many people suspect, but glamour model Shelby Welinder. Another theory says it was Kate Upton, but here's a very long explanation of why that's not true either.
The heritage of Tiffany & Compnay is richly reflected in the signature Tiffany Blue that wraps the jeweler's every creation. The color was selected by founder Charles Lewis Tiffany for the cover of Blue Book, Tiffany's annual collection of exquisitely handcrafted jewels, first published in 1845. Also referred to as robin's-egg blue or forget-me-not blue, this distinctive color may have been chosen because of the popularity of the turquoise gemstone in 19th-century jewelry. Turquoise was also a favorite of Victorian brides who gave their attendants a dove-shaped brooch of turquoise as a wedding day memento. Tiffany Blue was later adopted for use on shopping bags, as well as in advertising and other promotional materials.
During a recent interview, Paul Tompkins challenged Summer Glau to imitate popular animal memes. She graciously accepted.