After Jimmy John Liautaud graduated second to last in his class at Elgin Academy, his father gave him the choice to join the military or start a business. Liautaud eventually chose to start a business and accepted his father's $25,000 loan to start a hot dog business, with the son owning 52% of the business, and his father owning 48%. He soon realized that a hot dog business would cost more than he had, so he decided to open a sandwich shop specializing in delivery, called Jommy Hohn's. Headquartered in Champaign, Illinois, in 30 years, the company has grown to more than 2,500 locations in 46 states. Jimmy John's has opened approximately 200 locations per year over the past three years.
Sometimes you either need to bring some booze into a place that doesn't allow it, or other times alcohol prices are just WAY too expensive. Yes, we're looking at you sports arenas. So here are some of the best ways to sneak booze into those events that need to be spiced up a little bit.
Misting systems work by forcing water via a high pressure pump and tubing through a brass and stainless steel mist nozzle that has an orifice of about 5 micrometres, thereby producing a micro-fine mist. The water droplets that create the mist are so small that they instantly flash evaporate. Flash evaporation can reduce the surrounding air temperature by as much as 35°F in just seconds. A misting fan is similar to a humidifier. A fan blows a fine mist of water into the air. If the air is not too humid, the water evaporates, absorbing heat from the air, allowing the misting fan to also work as an air cooler. A misting fan may be used outdoors, especially in a dry climate.
Stocking Stuffer Alert: Amazon is offering $10 off the purchase of select Kershaw Folding Knives. I know the Blurs are awesome; I have two black ones, The Boss lady has two -- her other one, which is green, is in her purse at the moment -- and I've given away another as a gift.
I NEED A TRANSLATOR! Or am I correct in assuming this reads "PEACE"?
Ernie Dearest, Master of the Interweb, the poster in question appears to be a V For Vendetta poster, and, in full it reads We Are Everywhere. Keep right on rockin. ~Gravdigr
Hey Ernie, Hope your Holiday Season is going well and LBEH is getting the donations it deserves. I've already contributed. The poster of Guy Fawkes is not from an album cover but just a poster available for purchase. The complete wording is "We Are Everywhere". Here is a link to Amazon where you can get it for $6.98 + $3.99 shipping. Cheers, Johnny
Good Morning Ernie. The sign above her head reads San Francisco Parks and Recreation, but already assumed it was San Fran. Anyway, after some Google-fu I found a site data.sfgov.org, and according to them, this meter is at 1346 Columbus Ave in San Francisco. I am assuming that she is standing right about here, because the pole and the meter and the trees and the park benches make sense. Since the HHR, came out about 2004 I assume that was when it was taken because a lot has changed and they dont have coin operated meters any more. I hope she buys some shoes while she is out because her flip flops are falling apart, but please, please do NOT shave that firebox, that would be a crime. Take Care Eric
Can you imagine paying $13.95 for British Enfields? or how about $14.95 for Spanish Mausers? Or $9.95 Mosin Nagants? Boy I'd sure love to go back and buy guns in 1958.
Yoshi is a fictional anthropomorphic dinosaur who appears in video games published by Nintendo. He debuted in Super Mario World (1990) on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System as Mario and Luigi's sidekick, a role he has often reprised. Following his debut, Yoshi later starred in platform and puzzle games, including Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Yoshi's Story, and Yoshi's Woolly World. Yoshi has also appeared in many of the Mario spin-off games, including Mario Party and Mario Kart, various Mario sports games, and Nintendo's crossover fighting game series Super Smash Bros. Yoshi belongs to the species of the same name, which appears in various colors.
Now that you've sponged off of me for the past ten minutes or so, do me a solid and find this no entry sign, please.