The Real Housewives is an American media franchise consisting of several reality television series broadcast on Bravo; they document the lives of several affluent housewives residing in varying regions throughout the United States. The first version The Real Housewives of Orange County premiered in 2006; its success resulted in spin-off series located in New York City and Atlanta in 2008; New Jersey in 2009; Washington, D.C. and Beverly Hills in 2010; and Miami in 2011. The subsequent installments have proven similarly successful, and have resulted in several spin-off series of their own. I wonder which of the series this husband is from?
Once again, astronauts on the International Space Station dissolved an effervescent tablet in a floating ball of water, and captured images using a camera capable of recording four times the resolution of normal high-definition cameras. The higher resolution images and higher frame rate videos can reveal more information when used on science investigations, giving researchers a valuable new tool aboard the space station. This footage is one of the first of its kind. The cameras were being evaluated for capturing science data and vehicle operations by engineers at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
At first I thought this photo may have been taken outside of the Flatiron Building in NYC but a quick glance shows its obviously somewhere in Europe. Any idea where that short granite pillar is located?
In honor of catching up to Marty's arrival in the sadly-inaccurate future this week, we thought it was worth taking a look at a few mistakes in the beloved BTTF trilogy which may have escaped people's notice. Thanks, Jon
Hey Ernie, I regret to report that John M. made a "close but no cigar" match of the Tuna Steaks. They are in Gothenburg, not Stockholm. I also identified the McDonalds sign in the background and found the pic on anther website that said it was taken in Gothenburg. Judging from the scars on side-boobs arm, I wouldn't let her help you cut them up. Tim
My Spanish is a little rusty, so my chances of finding where this Ford pickup was parked are pretty slim. But being the helpful soul tat I am, here's a zoom and enhanced version of the signs.
22 Jump Street is a 2014 American action comedy film directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, produced by and starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. It is the sequel to the 2012 film 21 Jump Street, based on the television series of the same name. The film and released in June of 2014, by Columbia Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 22 Jump Street received generally positive reviews and earned over $331 million at the box office. A second sequel, 23 Jump Street is in development, with Lord and Miller acting as producers.
Ernie, I just Guessed LV as that's the only Clark County I know and the Curtains looked a lot like the ones at the Golden Nugget when I stayed there. So it's the Clark County Parking Garage located right behind the GN but she was on a lower floor than I was way up. The GN Room Tour Video is on my You Tube page, you can see the Clark County Garage out the window right in the beginning. Here's my Photos of the room. Tom
Hey Ern- You gotta help me! After seeing the posts over the past couple days regarding the sweet deals on AR kits, and building said kits, talk of 80% lowers, etc.. I came across this jewel of mainstream media. Instantly I thought of those discussions coupled with a video you posted a few weeks back of some dude comparing what happens in real life, versus overexageration in what the media puts out. Dammit I can't seem to find it in the archives.. It's Ironic, and funny as hell. John
"Some dude comparing what happens in real life, versus overexageration in what the media puts out." I'm usually pretty good at firing out what video/picture people are referring to, but I'm sitting here pawing at my tiny little lizard brain and I'm coming up empty. Can you tell me a little more about it and I'll see if it rings any bells? As for building, despite what this fucking idiot says, under federal law you can build a homemade firearm -- to include 3d printing or a fucking shovel-- but you are still required to follow BATFE regulations established for whatever type of firearm you're building (pistols, shotguns, or rifles). If you are wanting to build an NFA item, you can request permisson from ATF to do such and of course have to pay an NFA tax stamp. However, once you have built your homemade firearm you MAY NOT transfer and/or sell it. That would be a violation of -- wait for it -- federal tax code and you will be subject to criminal prosecution/prison buttfucking. Which means if I build a $7 shotgun from parts bought at Home Depot, I may not sell or give it away, period. Now, these guys were found to be in posession of 250 firearms and silencers? Those guys are BUTTFUCKED. Planning to sell 50 unmarked short-barreled assault-style weapons and 50 silencers? In California? Those guys are DOUBLE BUTT FUCKED.
But all coolness of building your own firearm aside, if you are in the least bit concerned my advice would be to just pick up a regular manufactured one: perhaps the US made I.O. Semi-Auto Sporter with Lifetime Warranty for $499 might make you sleep a little easier at night. Besides, those kits are out of stock now anyway.