While I will admit I'll always have a soft spot for the hot young Britney, the older I get the more I realize this is the absolute fucking truth.
United Parcel Service has made a green effort recently by adopting 40 new hydraulic hybrid vehicles (HHVs) to its fleet in two U.S. cities. The HHVs have 35 percent greater fuel efficiency and 30 percent CO2 reduction compared to conventional diesel-powered vans. The HHVs run on a fuel-efficient diesel combustion engine and an advanced series hydraulic hybrid. The action of braking creates energy, and this energy is stored in the hydraulic high-pressure accumulator. There is an option to turn off the engine and use the energy stored in the accumulator, which can lead to 90 minutes less of engine run time on a trip. The new HHVs, which are developed by Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation, will be deployed in Baltimore, Maryland and Atlanta, Georgia. Twenty vehicles will be sent to each city.
The yellow dustmop with the green brack et and yellow handle is easy to identify; it's an O-Cedar. But what about the thing with the blue and white handle? What's that?
Trader Joe's is an American privately held chain of specialty grocery stores based in Monrovia, California, in Greater Los Angeles. As of 22 April 2015, Trader Joe's had 457 stores, approximately half which are in California, with the heaviest concentration in Southern California. The company also has locations in 40 other states and Washington, D.C. It is a market leader in organic and fresh food groceries in the United States. Trader Joe's sells many items under its own private labels, at a significant discount to brand-name equivalents, and requires their brand-name suppliers not to publicize this business relationship.
Hello Ernie! The statue/monument is The Cenotaph in London, right near Big Ben and the House of Parliament. Peter from Long Island.
Hi Ernie. Good website. The photo of the girl on the bike is at The Cenotaph in central London. The Cenotaph is a national memorial to remember 'The Glorious Dead'. It was originally constructed of wood and plaster and was built as a place to lay wreaths on the first anniversary of the end of the First World War in 1919. It proved to be so important to the public that a permanent memorial was produced, made out of Portland stone. The Cenotaph in Whitehall, London, was officially unveiled by King George V on 11th November 1920, and the memorial has been used ever since as a monument to honour the fallen. Each year on Armistice Day wreaths of poppies are laid by royalty, heads-of-state and other officials. Wreaths are then laid by the heads of the military services and these are followed by the wreaths of veterans organisations. Peace out. Thai.
Hey Ernie, The Monument is The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London. Looks like she was out doing some World Naked Bike Riding that day. Keep 'em coming, Tim
I'm pleased to announce that it looks like the Open Carry movement is gaining momentum here and Florida. Personally I'll continue to carry my handgun concealed if/when it passes, but I'm all fucking for the open carry movement simply because I want the decision to be mine, not the State's. One addition I would like to see though, would be the requirement of a Level II retention holster, which which employs the same friction-based grip as Level 1, but with the addition of a mechanical element such as a hood, back strap, or finger/thumb operated lever. The price of a decent level II holster is pretty comparable to that of a Level I, and to be it's a no-brainer.
Old and busted: Do you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Paris? They call it a Royale With Cheese. The new hotness: Do you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Canberra? They call it a Classic Cheese.
The Ferrari Top Design School Challenge for 2015 was meant to envision what a Ferrari might look like in the year 2040. More than 50 schools from all over the world submitted designs, which has now been narrowed down to four finalists: the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Hongik University in Korea, Hochschule Pforzheim in Germany, and the ISD-Rubika in France.
Everyone up north should carry a winter survival kit in their car. In an emergency, it could save your life and the lives of your passengers. Here is what you need: a shovel, windshield scraper and small broom, flashlight with extra batteries, battery powered radio, water, snack food including energy bars, raisins and mini candy bars, matches and small candles, extra hats, socks and mittens, First aid kit with pocket knife, Necessary medications, blankets or sleeping bag, tow chain or rope, bags of rock salt or cat litter for traction, booster cables, emergency flares and reflectors, fluorescent distress flag and whistle to attract attention, and a cell phone adapter to plug into lighter.