The music, lyrics and laid back island attitude of Jimmy Buffett comes to life at this popular Orlando restaurant, Margaritaville. The main dining room was inspired by one of Jimmy Buffett's favorite South Florida waterfront concerts, and its three bars — The Volcano Bar, Land Shark Bar, and 12 Volt Bar — were themed around Jimmy Buffett songs. There's outdoor seating available on the Porch of Indecision, featuring a live guitarist to sing along with every night. Or you can just relax in colorful Adirondack chairs outside the restaurant and watch the world go by. Right next to Margaritaville is the Lone Palm Airport, featuring Jimmy Buffett's very own seaplane, the Hemisphere Dancer. This outdoor lounge and tiki bar serves a variety of drinks and quick eats under the wing of the plane, along with the "Parakeet Beach" area for the little ones to play in. And there's something for every Parrothead in the Smuggler's Hold merchandise store. In addition to caps, shirts, shorts, sandals and other apparel perfect for the beach or any occasion, you'll find beach bags, flags, posters, magnets, decals and stickers, signs and wall hangings.
You may or may not be excited about seeing the upcoming Jason Bourne later this year, but I am excited to see it stars Julia Stiles.
On May 4, 1998, the United States Army's Armaments Research, Development and Engineering Center issued a solicitation requesting submissions for a new 12-gauge, semi-automatic combat shotgun for the US military. In response to the request, Benelli Armi SpA of Urbino, Italy designed and built the Benelli M4 Super 90 Combat Shotgun. On August 4, 1998, five samples of the M4 were delivered to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, and after intense testing, the M4 had beaten the competition. In early 1999, ARDEC awarded the M1014 Joint Service Combat Shotgun contract to Heckler & Koch, American subsidiary for importation of the Benelli M4 Combat Shotgun. The first units (count of 20,000) were delivered to the United States Marine Corps in 1999. During testing, the prototype was named XM1014, but after adoption, the 'X' was dropped, and the weapon was officially designated the M1014 shotgun.
I suspect a basic familiarity of Florida landscapes should give you a pretty good idea where this photo was taken from. Quite the opposite from the Whirlpool refrigerator one, which to be quite honest, I didn't think anyone would be able to solve.
Hey Ernie, the refrigerator was a good one. took some digging around but I believe she is in Budapest, in the apartment building located across the street from the Mammut mall. Saturn is now Media Markt, but looks like the place to me. Ray and Stace
Hey Ernie, Your refrigerator is in Budapest, Hungary, in this building. Do a 180 and match up the Saturn sign, building features and the eave of the building across the street. More of her Hungarian twat (down?) here. Sorry I called yesterday's challenge a softball, this was a fastball slider with a cross wind. I was able to figure out those maps on her wall were Budapest, then I could make out a word "Ma?mu?" with an elephant logo under the "...RN" across the street. I was trying to think of the word for elephant when it occurred to me "Mammoth"? "Mammut"? Googled "Mammut Budapest" and there it was. Keep 'em coming, Tim
I believe this is the same building you can see out her window. Its on Szena ter, in Budapest, Hungary. The original sign was Saturn, which is now Media Markt, She is in the upper floor of the building behind. here is a link to an older picture of the Saturn sign. The first thing I usually do is look for other pictures, I did see the sign with the "RN" in the window, going here I found a picture that showed the word Saturn, which turns out to be Media-Saturn, which is now Media Markt On the site of the pictures it says bisexual Magyar, magyar translates to Hungarian. Doing a search for Media-markt Hungary showed 2 in Budapest. Nothing to it ;-) Rick
Curios & Relics firearms are defined in Title 27, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 478.11 as those "...of special interest to collectors by reason of some quality other than is associated with firearms intended for sporting use or as offensive or defensive weapons." To be recognized by ATF as a C&R firearm, a firearm must fall into at least one of the following three categories: Firearms manufactured more than 50 years prior to the current date, not including replicas; Firearms certified by the curator of a municipal, State, or Federal museum that exhibits firearms as curios or relics of museum interest; or any other firearms that derive a substantial part of their monetary value from the fact that they are novel, rare, bizarre, or because of their association with some historical figure, period, or event. C&R firearms include most manually operated and semi-automatic firearms used by a military force prior to 1966, including most firearms used by the warring nations in World War I and World War II. So it should come as no surprise to anyone that California Assembly Bill 1663, authored by California Assemblyman David Chiu (D-San Francisco, go fucking figure) and sponsored by gun-grabbing Attorney General Kamala Harris is seeking to reclassify some curios and relic firearms as "assault weapons" so that they can be banned under California's existing assault weapon ban.
When it comes to snacking within an hour or two of your bedtime, there's a few things to consider: First, research does link late-night calories to the potential for weight gain. One study found that eating right before turning in can make your snooze time more restless, and that sets you up for fatigue and binge eating the next day. Also, late-night noshing tends to be associated with stress eating, which leads to overindulging in high-fat comfort calories. So, any idea exactly what she's overindulging on?