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Ernie's House of Whoopass! December 2, 2016
December 2, 2016

Only 23 More Sleeps Until Christmas. Unless You Do Meth, Then Only Like, 3 Sleeps.

The GS Mark, which stands for “Geprufte Sicherheit” in German and means Safety Tested, is a licensed mark of the German government and may only be issued by an accredited product safety testing and certification agency. The GS Mark is recognized throughout Germany and EU countries as symbol of safety. German consumers are willing to pay a higher price for products if there is a strong certification mark on it. The GS Mark minimizes manufacturers' risk of product liability and provides manufacturers with the confidence that their products are safe, legal and of high quality. The GS mark also assures end users that the product has been independently tested by an authorized third party for safety. Any product bearing the GS Mark indicates that it was tested and complies with the minimum requirements of the German Product Safety Act.

Byobu are Japanese folding screens made from several joined panels, bearing decorative painting and calligraphy, used to separate interiors and enclose private spaces, among other uses. Like many Japanese arts and Japanese crafts, folding screens originated in China; prototypes dating back to the Han dynasty have been found. The term byobu figuratively means "protection from wind", which suggests that the original purpose of by?bu was blocking drafts. By?bu were introduced in Japan in the eighth century, when Japanese craftsmen started making their own byobu, highly influenced by Chinese patterns. Through different Japanese eras, byobu evolved in structure and design, along with the techniques and materials used.

Remember this Progressive commercial with the European shoulder bag? Well no one will be laughing when you skin uour EDC piece from this Rio Bravo CCW Leather Briefcase.

Yesterday's Robin Williams trivia dictated today's FRIDAY FLICK. "Every day I come by your house and I pick you up. And we go out. We have a few drinks, and a few laughs, and it's great. But you know what the best part of my day is? For about ten seconds, from when I pull up to the curb and when I get to your door, 'cause I think, maybe I'll get up there and I'll knock on the door and you won't be there. No goodbye. No see you later. No nothing. You just left. I don't know much, but I know that. "

That Christ photo was taken at my former high school Pius X here in Lincoln, NE! She was a former student there herself and now does "porn" and has her own website. Love the site! Thanks, Jon

The restaurant "Staromestsky Pilir" was easy, Prague, under the Cechuv bridge. Rick

Have you ever wondered how cartographers managed to project the earth on a two-dimensional map? Well, the earth being a 3D planet became a challenge for the early cartographers and then Gerardus Mercator, a Flemish cartographer, and geographer had a breakthrough innovative idea. He designed a map in the year 1569 that was immensely helpful for navigation purpose, but it had a flaw. The system he incorporated actually resulted in the distortion of object sizes depending on their position relative to the equator. Due to this, certain landmasses like Antarctica, Greenland, and others appeared larger than their actual size. Check out Russia's appearance now versus on the actual equator.

I regret but I have but two challenges to give for my country. The first is to identify this green book -- or is it a box maybe? -- and the second is to find this big tall yellow thing.

Crocs are made from a synthetic fiber called Croslite, and is a proprietary closed-cell resin manufactured and trademarked by the company. Croslite has numerous qualities that make it attractive to wearers. It is very lightweight and soft. It is also odor-resistant, non-toxic and doesn't leave marks. It is anti-microbial in nature, so it resists fungal and bacterial growth. It can be cleaned with regular soap and water and doesn't absorb water or sweat. Croc shoes Croslite material can still be damaged by extended exposure to high temperatures. Direct sunlight and other forms of heat have been known to cause the synthetic fiber to warp and become misshapen. Because of this, the manufacturers of Crocs advise that owners should store their shoes in a cool place. The shoes also eventually lose their grip from extended use. When this happens, the company advises customers to purchase a new pair.

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