As I've previously mentioned before with photo challenges, I really try to stick to good quality images; it's ascertain important clues, and they're simply better quality material. Whenever I find low quality images that I'd like to use -- and by low quality I don't mean the person in the photo, but the image itself might be blurry or grainy -- I always stick them into a junk folder to see if I can find higher resolution versions later on. Sometimes I'm successful and sometimes I'm not. So take a a sneak peak into some of my unsucessful junk pictures and see what you can do: what building is across from this short brick wall? An apartment building? A movie theater, perhaps? And where is this Burger King that was visited on such a cloudy day. And if you're not into burgers, perhaps you can find this pizza parlor on Pacific Avenue? And of course we can wash those burgers and pizza down with a trip to a tavern, although with the bars on the windows, maybe it's not a very nice neighborhood.
The CAT S60 is the construction company's entry into the smartphone game, equipped with an array of Lepton thermal imaging sensors for -- among other things -- sight in absolute darkness. Also, as befitting a Caterpillar smartphone, the Caterpillar S60 is practically unbreakable, which is good for all the tripping and falling you're likely to do with it while staring at the screen in the dark.
Sometimes the car window will not roll up or down, or the car door handle will not open the door. Then you know it is time to take the inside door panel off. After disconnecting the power windows and power lock controls, use a wide flat putty knife to pry the bottom of the panel away from the metal part of the door. The panel is held to the metal part of the door by means of several plastic grommets, attached to the back of the cardboard panel that fit into holes. Gently pop the grommets out of their holes, trying not to rip them out of the cardboard panel. Gently lift the sill up out of its slot by the window and pull the panel away from the door, allowing you to see the internals and fix the problem.
You are headed to Budejovicka street in Prague 4, Czech Republic, looks like the cigarety has moved out but you can still buy them at the mini market Potraviny in the same strip mall. and if you hurry there is another baby in a stroller a couple doors away in front of Fashion Star! Rick
Elaine Cunningham is an American fantasy and science fiction author, especially known for her contributions to the Dungeons & Dragons role playing game campaign setting of Forgotten Realms, including the realms of Evermeet, Halruaa, Ruathym and Waterdeep. Amongst Elaine's most popular characters are the half-elf Arilyn Moonblade, the bard Danilo Thann, the quirky drow wizard Liriel Baenre, her companion the Rashemi berserker Fyodor, and Elaith "The Serpent" Craulnober. The Starlight and Shadows trilogy (Daughter of the Drow, Tangled Webs, Windwalker) is the second Forgotten Realms series by Elaine Cunningham, after the Songs and Swords series. The novels cover the adventures of the drow outcast Liriel Baenre and her companion, Fyodor of Rashemen.
Old and busted: Nike dropping Manny Pacquiao after he posts a Bible verse suggesting homosexuals should be put to death. The new hotness: Manny Pacquiao burning their Nike shoes in protest.
Philip Pullman is a British writer several best-selling books, most notably the fantasy trilogy His Dark Materials and the fictionalised biography of Jesus, The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ. In 2008, The Times named Pullman one of the "50 greatest British writers since 1945". Northern Lights, the first book of the His Dark Materials trilogy, won the 1995 Carnegie Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year's outstanding English-language children's book. For the 70th anniversary of the Medal it was named one of the top ten winning works by a panel, composing the ballot for a public election of the all-time favourite. At The Crossroads (A la Croisee des Mondes) was translated into French by Jean Esch.