A cabana is a temporary, seasonal, or permanent free standing shade structure with adjustable curtains or shades; and/or decorative drapes or solid walls; all on one or more sides. These are often at beach clubs, or adjacent to swimming pools at resorts and hotels, and in private gardens. These are often small rooms with ground-level porches that have chairs and lounges for relaxation and dining as well as storage for chairs, umbrellas and surfboards or other beach or pool playthings.
Turns out both me and Marty McFly think it's the Cubs' year!
FRIDAY FLICK: "Everything is the devil to you, Mama! Well, I like school, and I like football! And I'm gonna keep doin' them both because they make me feel good! And by the way, Mama. "Alligators" are ornery 'cause of their "Medula Oblongata"! And I like Vicki, and she like me back! And she showed me her boobies and I like them too! "
BINGO! In fact, if you swing out to view the plaze from the road -- holy shit, how many fucking trees are there? -- here's the street side arch. Well played! But since there's really no way to know which of the two stores this shirt was bought from, I'll have to ask you to show me where this towel came from instead.
Scene It? is a DVD game series created by Screenlife, in which players answer trivia questions about films or pop culture. The games were first developed to be played with questions read from trivia cards or viewed on a television from an included DVD or based on clips from movies, TV shows, music videos, sports and other popular culture phenomena. Scene It? was made available as a mobile game for iPhone, iPad, on Xbox 360, PlayStation and Wii as well as two social media games on Facebook.
Hey Ernie, Been a fan since the stick men...blah,blah,blah. A couple of years ago I asked you about a nice conceal carry pistol and you made a good write-up on it. (I went with the Smith Bodyguard with laser, btw) . This time, I was wondering about a home defense shotgun. My budget is around $ 750. Whatcha think ? Randy
What? The Benelli M4 H2O is out of the question? This is bullshit! Okay, okay. Actually, there was a time when I would have pointed you in the pump-action shotgun direction -- hence the Mossberg 500 and 590 I own -- but I've now used some semi-auotomatic shotguns enough to have more confidence in their reliability. Well, let me clarify. About five minutes I read your email, I stumbled across this ad for a Molot VEPR-12 that comes with a case of shells for $699. I wanted to jokingly offer that up as my suggestion, but thought I'd sound like the I'd sound like the get-him-a-body bag kid. I have something very similar (Saiga 12) and I consider it more novelty and would not consider either a good home defense weapon.
So what gets my vote for a nice and tidy $750 budget? Easy peasy, that'll be the Mossberg 930 SPX; it's shorter 18.5" barrel is good for moving around the confines of a home, it holds 7+1, and like I said I've found a new respect for the ease of use and reliability of autoloading shotguns. The guys at Truthaboutguns did a pretty in depth review; in one of the videos you watch the guy cycle through 7 different loads, from low brass birdshot to high brass slugs, all without a hitch. These guys has a pretty favorable review, as well. The TAG listed its MSRP at $600, but that was a few years ago -- the best price I can find now is for about $625 + shipping to your FFL, unless you are okay wiuth desert tan. That leaves you about $100 left over to grab a model specific mount and a flashlight with a remote pressure switch that you can toggle with your thumb.
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