Milk-Bone is a brand of dog biscuit. It was created in 1908 by the F. H. Bennett Biscuit Company, which operated a bakery on the Lower East Side of New York City. Originally named Maltoid, the biscuit was a bone-shaped treat made from minerals, meat products, and milk. Sometime between 1915 and 1926, the biscuit was simply named "Milk-Bone", owing to the high composition of cow's milk. In 1931, the bakery was acquired by the National Biscuit Company (now Nabisco). Over the next few decades, the Milk-Bone was expanded to include a number of different flavors, such as chicken and beef. The marketing focus was also shifted from Milk-Bone being merely a dog treat to a product that promoted cleaner teeth and better breath.
Wicker is not actually a material, but a method of weaving. Traditionally, natural plant materials were used to manufacture a variety of different products including baskets, trays, indoor and outdoor furniture. Wicker was originally made from natural fibers, such as rattan, a vine like plant. Rattan is somewhat elastic and often used to produce baskets, hampers and chairs. The branch-like material is woven together for the purpose of constructing various wicker items. Resin wicker is a similar looking material. Synthetic polyethylene fiber resin wicker is generally durable, resistant to the sun's UV radiation and water. Resin wicker is often used over an aluminum frame to create lightweight outdoor furniture.
So here was a very frustrating almost-challenge. Aside from a stunning set of tits, there is absolutely nothing remarkable about this photograph. I can't identify the arched builing in the background. I can't quite make out the brand on top of the drink cooler (bu-something?). The flowered handbang is very ordinary. The sign on the pillar has the colors of the Brazilian flag. Blue sarong. But that's it. Absolutely nothing of note. So instead, I'm going to issue three other quick challenges. Does anyone recognize this airport from the control tower? Can anyone identify what this blurred poster is for? And finally, given the left hand drive, can you identify the make and model of this European car?
Old and busted: Arnold Schwarzenegger undercover as Howard the gym worker. The new hotness: Lebron James undercover as Ron the pizza worker.
FRIDAY FLICK: "I had a grandfather who wanted to be a Navy man. He wanted to fire them big guns off them big-ass battleships. Navy says to him "No. You can only do one thing on a battleship, son. That's cook." And I'm not talking about a hundred years ago. I'm talking United States Navy, middle of World War II. You know the reason they gave him? The reason why they told my grandfather he couldn't fight for his country? 'Cause negroes can't see at night. Bad night vision.' So you see, O'Neil. I know where you're coming from. 'Cause to them, you're just the new nigger on the block, that's all. Maybe you just moved in a little too early."
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