Tales from Margaritaville is a collection of short stories by singer Jimmy Buffett, published in 1989, 230 pages long. The book is broken up into an introduction and three sections, each containing several short stories. An Introduction: Changes in Latitude contains "Walkabout" and "Where is Margaritaville?", the later designed to answer a question Buffett says that he is frequently asked. The Heat Wave Chronicles contains 6 short stories, all based in the mythical town of Heat Wave, Alabama, on the also mythical island of Snake Bite Key. "Take Another Road", "Off to See the Lizard", "Boomerang Love", "The Swamp Creature Let One In", "The Pascagoula Run", and "I Wish Lunch Could Last Forever" comprise the Heat Wave Chronicles.
Old and busted: Danica Patrick shows off her sandy ass on the beaches off the Bahamas. The new hotness: Danica Patrick shows off her insane flexibility in this Instagram video.
San Pellegrino mineral water has been produced for over 600 years. In 1395, the town borders of San Pellegrino were drawn, marking the start of its water industry. Leonardo da Vinci is said to have visited the town in 1509 to sample and examine the town's "miraculous" water, later writing a treatise on the subject. However this "fact" has been disputed. Analysis shows that the water is strikingly similar to the samples taken in 1782, the first year such analysis took place. In 2007, the German consumer television program, Markt, reported that San Pellegrino contains uranium. Nestlé was informed about this and responded that uranium was common in both bottled and tap water, and that the level in their product was below the threshold of harmful levels noted by various governments and food health organizations.
Your first challenge is a complete fucking softball: Tell me what year this whiteboard was updated.
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Your second challenge is a metric shit ton harder: Find this gas station. I would encourage you to refine your search to the west coast and being the sporting fellow that I am, I zoomed and enhanced some relevant clues. Good luck!
Hi Ernie, I saw this and thought it might interest you. It's a short documentary about a Chicago-based cult who moved to Arizona and had a shootout with police. They moved to Arizona in 1978, and by 1982 clashes with the local residents and law enforcement would eventually boil over, as the town would see carjacking, armed patrols, Commandoes For Christ, a van blown up accidentally on the way to a jailbreak, and ultimately a huge melee between 150 cultists (armed with pipes, boards, rebar, garden tools, and honest-to-goodness nunchucks) and 37 local cops before the cult moved back to Chicago... t's 20:00, a bit long for us ADD-addled quadragenarians, but it flows quickly. Cheers, Charley
The girl is standing in the trees next to the Vargas Road Entrance ramp onto I-680 South in Fremont, California. Mission Blvd and Washington were the giveaways for me. Keep ‘em coming. Jamie
From the why the fuck would anyone want to face that information department: new app breaks down exactly what you do on your phone all fucking day.
Malocclusion, also known as buck teeth, is a misalignment or incorrect relation between the teeth of the two dental arches when they approach each other as the jaws close. It is a common finding, although it is not usually serious enough to require treatment. Those who have more severe malocclusions may require orthodontic and sometimes surgical treatment to correct the problem. In an experiment on two groups of rock badgers fed hardened or softened versions of the same foods, the animals fed softer food had significantly narrower and shorter faces and thinner and shorter mandibles than animals fed hard food. Experiments have shown similar results in other animals, including rabbits, supporting the theory that masticatory stress during childhood affects jaw development.