If you find that you have more headaches and migraines while at work, it may be the office lighting. Traditional office lighting generally presents three potential headache and migraine triggers: glare on computer screens from any overhead lighting, glare from overhead incandescent lighting, and flicker from fluorescent lighting. Glare on a computer screen from overhead lighting may be the easiest to address, and glare from incandescent light bulbs can often be handled in a number of ways. But the problem with fluorescent lighting is different and more difficult to address. Although generally imperceptible to the human eye, fluorescent lighting has a flicker. It's the flicker itself that's actually a migraine trigger. Thus, it doesn't matter what kind of fixture houses the tubes, people who are sensitive to that flicker will have a problem with it.
I'm not sure if you caught this in the news, but fast food giant McDonald's has quietly made a change to one its most popular items: the Quarter Pounder, and its kissing cousin, the Quarter Pounder with Cheese. The sandwich now defies burger math and includes 4.25 ounces of beef, slightly more than its former size of 4 ounces before cooking. No word on how much the beef shrinks after hitting the grill, but the former 4-ounce patty cooked down to just 2.8 ounces after heating.
A feud simmering since Blue Jay's Jose Bautista's bat flip in last year's ALDS boiled over into a brawl in the final game of the season between the Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers. Bautista and Texas second baseman Rougned Odor got into a fistfight behind the bag after a hard slide by the Toronto slugger at Odor's legs in the midst of a double play in the top of the eighth inning. Players from both teams rushed the field, and Odor shoved Bautista then landed a punch to his face.
An elliptical trainer is a stationary exercise machine used to simulate stair climbing, walking, or running without causing excessive pressure to the joints, hence decreasing the risk of impact injuries. For this reason, people with some injuries can use an elliptical to stay fit, as the low impact affects them little. Elliptical trainers offer a non-impact cardiovascular workout that can vary from light to high intensity based on the speed of the exercise and the resistance preference set by the user. Elliptical trainers first entered the residential market in the 1990s, invented by Precor. But this one doesn't seem to be a Precor, so what make and model is it?
Figured your audience might enjoy this one. Man Cave Ideas if You're On a Budget. Nathan
Big Ern.. Tough challenge, but I had fun chasing that fine little tail of Gwen C.(Polanska) all around Prague. Looks like quite a bit has changed in the years since these photo shoots were done. Damn she loves being naked, I love her for it, and I must say I love you for making me spend an unforgivable amount of time looking at it! Anyways, the ice cream stand was actually located here. Now as for the apple, I would dare to guess by looking at the photos that it's actually a nectarine or..hehe..fuzzy peach.The original gallery includes the fruit stand visit, and was shot here. s you can see, quite a bit of update and improvement work has been done in that area since she breezed through. Cheers brother and praise be ye for the work you do! John
The developers at iD Software say there is one classic DOOM level in every new DOOM mission, although the classic DOOM levels aren't exactly as they were. You won't be fighting the original's monsters or using their simple weapons. This is closer to that similar Wolfenstein: The New Order Easter egg. You'll move through levels that look just like the classics, flat geometric corridors with low-resolution textures and all, but using the upgraded DOOM (2016) weapons. Finding and completing these levels should be worthwhile, even if you're not one of the original super-fans.
It's that time of year – the time when we get mud, mud, and more mud! And once the mud has dried it's bath time! But it's late on a weekday, and you don't have any dog shampoo on hand. Let's concede that shampoo made for people will clean your dog, but the question is, is it good for your dog? This may seem like a quibbling question, but it can actually have far-reaching consequences. Depending on breed, gender, climate, and the anatomical size on the dog, the pH levels range from 5.5 to 7.5, tending toward a more alkaline concentration. Therefore, if a shampoo that is formulated for human skin is used on a dog, the dog's acid mantle will be disrupted, creating an environment where bacteria, parasites, and viruses can run rampant. Unknowingly, many pet owners will repeat washings of their dogs because of the smell caused by a proliferation of bacteria, making the problem worse as the skin's acid mantle/pH level becomes more imbalanced.
Hi Ernie, Your post from yesterday made me realize that I have been following you for longer than I thought possible too - I had to stop and think about it, but I distinctly remembered reading your Audi TT service story from right after 9/11, as a for sure at least that long ago moment. So, when you said you'd been hanging on to the pic for a while as an extra special challenge, I had to give it my best as a Thanks for all you do. The left part of the sign definitely looked like it read Title-something in the blue part, and possible TitleLoans in red. When I looked at the sign that was off-angle, for some reason TitleMax jumped out at me. Low and behold, their logo seemed to line up. With the palm trees, it seemed like California, Nevada, or Arizona were the most likely contenders, so I started ctrl-clicking the view location buttons down the list of each state, and had crossed off all of California, Nevada and most of Arizona, before I hit paydirt. Looks like the property has changed hands a couple of times according to streetview (former 7-11, and some other title loan company), but she appears to be turning left off of westbound Bell Rd, on to N. 36th St in Phoenix . Here is the link to the specific Titlemax store. Hope you are fully unhammered by now, and thanks for all the fantastic content over the years! - (not the usual) Tim
You should read The Ultimate Mosin Nagant: Transforming a Legend - Fred
It's kind of funny, I didn't check the date of that article before starting to read it, and as soon as I got to, "they are excellent rifles for the typical $70-$100 street price... can easily be had for a stunningly low $.25 a round," I was convinced this article was a couple of years old. Sure enough, Febaruary of 2014. Because the rifles themselves are now upwards of $185 and surplus ammo -- when you can find it -- is now over $0.40 per round. Still, great article though. I'd love to be able to reliably reach out and touch a clay pigeon at 300 yards, but I don't want to modify my Mosins. #RIFLEISFINE
All guest rooms and suites at The Fullerton Bay Hotel, a stylish contemporary Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel located in Singapore's popular financial district, come with fully stocked mini-bars. Snacks included in this Singapore luxury hotel's mini-bars include Oreos, two cans of Pringles potato chips, cashews, Mrs. Fields cookies and Lindor chocolates. Complimentary bottles of water are replenished daily at the hotel, but the mini-bar also has complimentary bottles of Evian, along with Perrier sparkling water in addition to Arizona Iced Tea, orange juice and cans of Pepsi, Diet Pepsi and 7UP. Alcoholic beverage options include cans of Tiger and Heineken beer, as well as small bottles of Perrier Jouet champagne, Johnnie Walker Black Scotch, Chivas Regal Scotch and Belvedere vodka.