I've said it before, and I'll say it again. DON'T FUCK WITH THE JEWS.
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Scott Paper Company was founded by brothers Irvin and Clarence Scott in Philadelphia in 1879. The company's first product, a roll of 1,000 sheets was introduced at a cost of 10 cents per roll. It was considered a medical item; print ads were used to increase awareness and address embarrassment. One day an entire railroad car full of paper, unloaded at his plant, wasn't good for anything because the paper had been rolled too thick for toilet tissue, its intended purpose. Were they going to send the whole load back? Scott decided he would try to sell the carload of paper by perforating the thick paper into small towel-size sheets and sold them as rolled disposable paper towels and sold them to hotels, restaurants, and railroad stations for use in public washrooms. And that's the story of how paper towels were born.
Hi Ernie. Here is a little nerd porn for ya. The time line for the entire series is about 600 days, but Carl has aged from roughly 10 to 16. I guess whacking walkers ages a kid. Eric
Thought you may find this amusing. This is the bird after being rescued from life crammed in a small cage. Marc
Your nail brush is pretty cheap, but that's because it's made in China -- $1.66 as part of a set, not including shipping. No joy on the shaving foam, sorry. Teddy.
That's okay Ted, no one has located this farmer's market either, so I don't know what I'm going to do to identify what model this BMW convertible is parked in this garage.
The unicorn is a legendary creature that has been described since antiquity as a beast with a large, pointed, spiraling horn projecting from its forehead. In European folklore, the unicorn is often depicted as a white horse-like or goat-like animal with a long horn and cloven hooves. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance, it was commonly described as an extremely wild woodland creature, a symbol of purity and grace, which could only be captured by a virgin. In the encyclopedias its horn was said to have the power to render poisoned water potable and to heal sickness.
Old and busted: wooden Ferrari. The new hotness: wooden Toyota. Well okay, this wooden supercar is pretty fucking cool, too.
Hi Ernie, Got a blog post here featuring some of the best superhero graffiti and street art from around the world. FYI the video at the top shows one of the Graffiti Kings doing a Batman Vs Superman piece. Best Regards, Dave
Hey Ernie, I see a lot of differences for AR ammo, a lot of the cheap stuff now is coming over from the former Soviet countries. Is there any real diference between that and American made brass stuff? Brad
Fiscally speaking, the steel cased Russian ammo is not as accurate as most brass cased ammo, but it's also available at almost half the price, and is great for plinking. Metallurgically speaking there's a difference in elasticity between brass, which is comparatively speaking a soft metal, and steel which tends to be hard and rigid. At the instant of firing, the case expands and seals the chamber so the gases produced by the powder are prevented from going back into the guns action. After the pressure spike passes, the case contracts and can then be extracted. Brass is relatively elastic and shrinks down enough so that it is easily pulled from the chamber and cleanly ejected. Also because it is a dissimilar metal from the steel chamber, it has less tendency to gall and stick. Steel is not as elastic and does not shrink down as much as brass, thus the steel cased ammo does not seal the chamber as well as brass does so often you will end up with a more messy chamber as some of the gas bypasses the cartridge. Also, per this torture test between steel and brass cased ammunition, if you regularly shoot steel cased ammo, it might be a good idea to replace your extractor when you replace your barrel, or at 5000 rounds, whichever comes first.
See if you can figure out -- and of course show me -- where this girl works. And as I am a benevolent god, here's a close up of her apron.