Four years ago, Cisco announced the end-of-sale and end-of-life dates for the Scientific Atlanta/Cisco Explorer 4250HDC. Customers who had active service contracts or active warranties continued to receive support from the Cisco Technical Assistance Center until their warranty expired, but customers were encouraged to migrate to the Cisco Explorer 4650HDC.
With a little practice and a knowledgeabe chef's helpful hints, a sushi workshop is a great place to learn how easy it really is to make sushi in your own kitchen. Where am I meeting this unziped girl to sign up for our first lesson?
Fuck you, Tom Brady, you cheating motherfucker. Just fuck you.
Real cheapskates know that eventually all annual calendars will be timely once again. For example, your 2015 wall calendar can be used again in the years 2026, 2037, 2043, 2054, 2065, 2071, 2082 and counting. For a handy schedule of when you can reuse your old calendars>, simply visit whencanireusethiscalendar.com.
If you're on the .45 side of the caliber debate, consider the $399 pringfield XDS Essential package which includes FREE SHIPPING to your FFL, two EXTRA magazines (normally $45 each), a pistol bag ($20'ish?), and dual mag pouch ($34) after a mail in rebate.
I'm not entirely sure there are Streetview'able, but I would have to imagine we'd be able to see these stairs on Google Maps overhead satellite view, yes?
Hey Ernie, The suspension bridge was a lot tougher than usual. I was able to locate a site with more photos and finally, in one I was able to make out the word WOHRL in the ground floor window . Apparently they are a sporting goods/ clothing store in Germany. after looking at different locations, I tried googling WOHRL along with the other letters ROT... and then it auto filled in " rotmain center bayreuth" and there it was, in Bayreuth, Germany. Germany is weird about privacy laws, so no Street View, but I found this site with photos that confirm the location. Keep 'em coming, Tim
No life altering challenge here, I'm just curious if anyone can translate her back tattoo.
Zima means "winter" in Slavic languages. TV writer Jane Espenson came up with the name. It was launched nationally in the United States as Zima Clearmalt in 1993 after being test-marketed two years earlier in the cities of Nashville, Sacramento, and Syracuse. The lemon-lime drink was part of the "clear craze" of the 1990s that produced products such as Crystal Pepsi and Tab Clear. The slogans used in early advertisements for Zima were "a truly unique alcohol beverage" and "Zomething different". Its production in the United States ceased in October 2008, but it is still marketed in Japan.