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I found this photo filed under "wife in Austria." Is that an accurate description? Your guess is as good as mine, but perhaps these store fronts will yield a clue?
You know, I've always been of the mindset that shitty CGI ruins movies -- yes I'm looking at you 2008 Incredible Hulk -- but this film student puts things into a different perepective; that we only notice the shitty CGI because its a shitty story to begin with. That well told stories don't have a problem holding our attention or making us believe, even if there is shitty CGI. I wonder if the same can be said of video games? Check out the latest renditions of Tomb Raider and Dragon Age and see for yourself?
Clerks II was the sixth film in Kevin Smith's intricately interconnected View Askewniverse series -- the others being Clerks (1994), Mallrats (1995), Chasing Amy (1997), Dogma (1999) and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001). The movies are all linked by characters, themes and events and each contains numerous references to the others. One of the things that most prompted Kevin Smith to make the film was a promise he made to friend Jason Mewes. If Mewes managed to stay off drugs he would be able to play the character of "Jay" one more time. Smith kept his promise.
Those of you with decent powers of observation should be able to identify what city this chick is enjoying a beer in. If anyone is local to the area, perhaps they can go for double jeopardy and identify which bar?
Old and busted: cats as Trump. The nww hotness: everything else as Trump.
Rope swings are swings created by tying one end of a length of rope to a tree branch, bridge, or other elevated structure. A knot or loop is usually put on the other end to prevent fraying and help the swinger stay on. Rope swings are often situated so that those swinging on them can let go and land in water deep enough to cushion the fall and to be swum around in.
Big E! Just a couple of comments. FYI, that "Frankensteined badass" system has been around for a couple of decades. That aluminum guide is mainly for esthetic purposes - it does help guide the speed loader a little bit, but isn't necessary if the original Tec-loader is being used. The secret to that kind of shotgun is reducing the recoil as much as possible. Since he already mentioned that he was shooting 3 gun competitions, that set-up would put him in the "Open" category - anything goes in terms of optics, muzzle brakes, barrels, capacity. I have 2 such shotguns with a stock/pistol grip. In my second email to you, I responded to a post of yours stating that you were sensitive to the recoil of a 12 ga., and that it was right before your first purchase. I mentioned that the best recoil management was a semi-auto with a recoil spring like the Remington 1100. There are other semi-autos shotguns but they are inertia type bolt systems which are sensitive to "limp wristing". Weight helps (longer magazine tube), barrel customizing (back bore, lengthened forcing cone, compensator holes for the last 3-6 inches, muzzle brake), enlargement of gas ports (so lighter loads will work like crazy), long loading gate, and the pistol grip. When the buzzer goes off, I normally have 13 rounds in the gun and 24 (6 speed loaders) on my belt. Being disabled, I am pretty aware of recoil, but the people that watch me are amazed at the almost-no-recoil-movement there is in my gun. When shooting 00 buck, I can get 7-9 pellets into a 6"x4" head target at 25 yards. BUT - the hottest thing I've seen is the APC Quad load that, if you practice, a pump can get as much shot down range as a semi-auto - which to me would be the ultimate in reliability and defense. Taurus - I've had a 92 (Beretta copy) since 1979 and their copy of the S&W Highway patrolman since '92 with their lifetime warranty. I've close to 70,000 rounds through the 92 and replaced the locking block twice - once at 55k rounds and the second time at 60k. The second time I actually sent the pistol to the factory and they gave me a new barrel, stainless slide, sights, and locking block...for free. Great company. Keep up the ... Leslie
Ah, the good old days, when I was "sensitive" to the recoil of a 12 gauge shotgun. Thennnn I bought a Mosin and that put everything into perspective. I also managed to pick up an inertia driven shotgun -- a Beretta 1200FP -- and when you put 3" slugs in that son of a bitch, you'd better have one foot firmply planted behind you. Although to be honest, if I can find someone to buy my Saiga 12, I may take advantage of that Vepr-12 deal because I think Molot builds a better shortgun than the drunk bastards at Izhevsk.
Frankfurt is the largest city in the German state of Hesse and the fifth-largest city in Germany, with a population of 714,241 within its administrative boundaries. Frankfurt is also a centre for commerce, culture, education, tourism and web traffic. Due to its central location in Germany, Frankfurt is a traffic hub for the German motorway (Autobahn) system. Given the picnic table, I'm assuming this rest area is about 5km outside of Frankfurt. I wonder if anyone can find it?