Depend is a brand of absorbent, disposable adult diapers for people with urinary or fecal incontinence, first introduced in 1984. It is the dominant brand of disposable incontinence garments in the United States, with a 30.8% share of the market. For more than 20 years the principal spokesperson for the product was actress June Allyson, who was inspired to educate the public about incontinence because of her own mother's struggle with the problem. According to Kimberly-Clark, she "did more than any other public figure to encourage and persuade people with incontinence to lead fuller and more active lives." In 2012 the company's advertising took a new approach. Previous ads had featured elderly actors with the implication that incontinence did not prevent them from carrying out active lives. The new approach used younger celebrities who were not incontinent but agreed to model the Depend brief-style products for charity.
So the niece came for a visit this weekend and wanted to get some shooting in, which presented me with a pretty good opportunity to see how the new $189 Millenium Pro handled. And again, I'm pleasantly surprised. The very long trigger pull took some geting used to, and all of my shots were pulling about 3" low at 10 yards. I don't want to fuck with site adjustment just yet, but first want to send more rounds down range and make sure it's not something I'm fucking up first. I had a similar experience the first time I shot a revolver until I learned how to use it properly. So all overall two thumbs up on the ridiculously inexpensive Taurus PT-111. Then of course I got her on the AK-47 before we left. But wow the range fucks you though; there's no charge for using their range but you have to purchase their ammo "for insurance reasons." And by insurance reasons, they mean charging you $21.95 for a box of 50 9mm rounds that you can buy for $9.99 online. Same went for the Ak ammo -- $29.95 for a box of 40 rounds, which is triple the online price. but hey, if you want to shoot in an air conditionned range instead fo sweating your ass off in the Florida summer heat, you've got to pay the piper.
The Dodge Challenger Concept was unveiled at the 2006 Detroit Motor Show and was a preview for the 3rd generation Dodge Challenger that started its production in 2007. Many design cues of the Dodge Challenger Concept were adapted from the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T iuncluding script "Challenger" badges on the front panels and black or white "R/T" stripes. It comes with a five-speed automatic standard, with an optional six-speed manual transmission including a pistol-grip-shifter. The wheels are Heritage 20" Torq-Thrust style specials. It became available in Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl, Bright Silver Metallic, Stone White and in multiple "heritage" colors: Toxic Orange, HEMI-Orange, TorRed, B5 Blue, Plum Crazy Purple, Detonator Yellow and Furious Fuchsia. Production started in February 2009.
A greeting in Welsh is one of 55 languages included on the Voyager Golden Record chosen to be representative of Earth in NASA's Voyager program launched in 1977. The greetings are unique to each language with the Welsh greeting being, "Iechyd da i chwi yn awr ac yn oesoedd," which translates into English as, "Good health to you now and forever". Also, "ar agor" is Welch for "open" which tells me that this Tesco Extra is somewhere in Wales. Can you find which one?
The Vollmer Pinsetter System has proven itself for many years under tough conditions. The integrated electronic disentangling mechanism is among the best available. These features in combination with a high setup speed can be relied on to ensure the smooth running of your bowling lanes. The ball return elevators are highly reliable and there are no acceleration problems due to oil contamination or jammed pins. By using black setting ropes and a swep flap to conceal the setup process the advantages of a rope-type pinsetter and the appearance of a ropeless one are combined. The presence of a mechanic is not necessary during games – a fact that operators of large-scale bowling centers take advantage of.
The elaborate prison escape of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman -- which included a mile-long tunnel fitted with a fucking motorcycle on rails -- may have cost upwards of $50 million. According to reports, El Chapo is offering $10 million dollars to any US ctizen who can provide him with shelter to avoid being captured by authorities. To put this into perspective, the Mexican government has offered a reward of $3.8 million for Guzman's recapture. This along with the update New York prison breaks, kind of make a strong case for the death penalty, aimirite? Unless of course, you want to go all Brazil on their asses.
Holy shit dude, I'm impressed. You must live near there, because I can't imagine how you would be able to identify the location without being familiar with the area. That sure was a lot more difficult than say... finding where this bus just dropped this young lady off at.
We all know hanging poolside is a favorite summer pastime – especially for kids. But a day at the pool could have an unintended consequence: dehydration. The truth is swimming – and even just playing in the pool – is a strenuous activity, and like most sports, working out in the pool causes the body to lose fluids through sweat. Although we don't see it, we sweat quite a bit at the pool, and this is a main reason some kids neglect to hydrate at the pool. For one-hour sessions or less, swimmers can drink and stay hydrated with plain water. But, when swimming sessions last more than an hour, swimmers need to replace the primary sweat nutrients, sodium and chloride, as well as consume some carbohydrate to improve endurance and keep muscles fueled.