Giuseppe Visenzi established GIVI only 35 years ago. In the 1960's, as a talented rider, he distinguished himself in a series of motorcycle races crowned by the winning of the 350cc World Championship in 1969. After leaving the racing world, his passion for motorcycles, joined with his determination, led to his commitment to and realization of establishing the motorcycle accessories company GIVI, a company which in a very short time has become one of the most significant and competitive producers of motorcycle accessories both nationally and worldwide. The GIVI Monokey series is considered to be the premier range offers the versatility and functionality that enables this series of cases to be used either as a top trunk or saddlebag. The Monokey series with its heavy duty construction and elegant styling offers a wide variety of solutions to meet most styles of modern motorcycles and riding conditions.
Winter swimming is the activity of swimming during the winter season, typically in outdoor locations or in unheated pools or lidos. In colder countries it may be synonymous with ice swimming, when the water is frozen over. This requires either breaking the ice or entering where a spring prevents the formation of ice. It may also be simulated by a pool of water at 0 °C, the temperature at which water freezes. In Finland, Northern Russia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia the ice swimming tradition has been connected with the sauna tradition. Unlike dousing, it is not seen as an ascetic or religious ritual, but a way to cool off rapidly after staying in a sauna and as a stress relief. Ice swimming on its own is especially popular in Estonia and Finland.
Old and busted: Make Love Not War. The new hotness: Cocks not Glocks.
The AR-15 modern day sporting rifle is a modular beast. Though more than 200 companies sell specific configurations, many shooters prefer to put their own rifle together from a variety of modular components. But the important thing to remember is the lower receiver is a registered part. When you buy an AR-15, the piece that makes it a firearm is the lower, which will have a serial number that is recorded on the 4473 that you fill out with your local FFL. Even though we aren't supposed to have a national gun registry, many are hesitant about telling Uncle Sam that they own a scary black rifle. The DIY lower is a way around this. Any hunk of aluminum, steel, or even polymer could be built into a lower -- I've mentioned 80% lower kits for AR-15 style rifles before -- if you had the technical know-how and the right tools. And if you do this yourself, without ANYONE'S assistance and without the intent of selling it, you are not required to tell anyone, fill out any forms, or register anything. That's the real appeal; make yourself an AR, and do it yourself, and no paperwork. Here's something I learned today. They make 80% lower kits for Glock handguns, too.
If you're in the mood for cold drinks, sandwiches, and ice cream then today is your lucky day. Presuming you can figure out where you're going.
Too easy brofessor. If you can manage look to the left for just one second, you'd notice that that's a truck from Ausgrid, an electric company in Australia.
The pickup truck belongs to Ausgrid, a state owned electricity infrastructure company, which owns, maintains and operates the electrical distribution networks to 1.6 million customers in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter Region and Newcastle areas of New South Wales. Cheers Randy
Old and busted: Usain Bolt partying with A Brazilian hooker after his ninth gold medal win. The new hotness: Usain Bolt partying with lots of Brazilian hookers after his ninth gold medal win.
Ratlines are lengths of thin line tied between the shrouds of a sailing ship to form a ladder. Found on all square rigged ships, whose crews must go aloft to stow the square sails, they also appear on larger fore-and-aft rigged vessels to aid in repairs aloft or conduct a lookout from above. Rope ratlines are probably the oldest method of getting aloft, but they are also one of the best. They are inexpensive, easy to make, and secure to use.
And so far, no takers on finding these Woman's Day 432 Magical Somethings.