I was going to ask your help in finding the quickest place to get a Sabrett hot dog, but this photo has too much information to issue a challenge for; all you have to do is Google Union Square East and 4th Ave and viola. So instead I'm going to ask that you help me out running errands today. I need to get my hair did and my car fixed. Where's the easiest place to do that?
Few sailing experiences are as scary as waking in the middle of the night with the wind blowing hard and your boat dragging anchor toward rocks, the shore, or another boat. And one of the most irritating things for most cruising sailors is finding another boat dragging down upon them or getting tangled in their own anchor line. Yet all too often even some experienced sailors are in too much of a hurry and skip one of the important steps for anchoring securely. Some new sailors never learn the essentials and just toss the anchor overboard and assume they'll be fine. Good anchoring technique is crucial for safety.
A Rube Goldberg machine is a contraption that is deliberately over-engineered to perform a simple task in a complicated fashion, usually including a chain reaction. It has been twelve years since Wieden & Kennedy released its "Cog" spot for Honda. But the Rube Goldberg idea can still be compelling now and again, particularly when the advertiser can lay some kind of metaphorical claim to mirroring how such machines work: behold Rube Gold berg inspired advertising from: Sony, Goldie Blox, 3M manufacturing, Target, and Beneful <-- who even feature dogs in theirs!
FRIDAY FLICK: Look, me and the McDonald's people got this little misunderstanding. See, they're McDonald's... I'm McDowell's. They got the Golden Arches, mine is the Golden Arcs. They got the Big Mac, I got the Big Mick. We both got two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles and onions, but their buns have sesame seeds. My buns have no seeds.
GREAT news for reloaders: Wikiarms now tracks reloading components: Bullets, Brass and Primers!
The red-eared slider originated from the area around the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico, in warm climates in the southeastern United States. These turtles' native areas range from the southeast of Colorado to Virginia and Florida. In nature, they inhabit areas with a source of still, warm water, such as ponds, lakes, swamps, creeks, streams, or slow-flowing rivers. They live in areas of calm water where they are able to leave the water easily by climbing onto rocks or tree trunks so they can warm up in the sun. They also require abundant aquatic plants, as these are the adults' main food, although they are omnivores. Red-eared sliders in the wild always remain close to water unless they are searching for a new habitat or when females leave the water to lay their eggs.
And I'm still looking for someone who reads [some fucking Asian language] to translate this tattoo -- but that's more out of curiosity than anything else -- and for directions to my 7:30 sushi workshop.