With less than two weeks to go until Christmas, LBEH is still about $10,000 shy in donations, so help a brother out if you can!
In 2003 Mexico displaced Holland as the worldwide exporter in beer sales, selling 1.39 million tons, with sales continuing to increase. Grupo Modelo and FEMSA send more than 80% of their exports to the U.S. Mexican beer's growth is coming largely at the expense of U.S. brands. The two main Mexican producers reported increases in export volume of 42% and 20.5% in 2006, compared to less than five percent for Anheuser-Busch and Molson Coors in the same year. Most of the market is the general U.S. populace, with only 20-25% of sales to the Hispanic population in this country. The best-known and best-selling Mexican beer in the U.S. by far is Corona, produced by Grupo Modelo and distributed by Anheuser Busch. FEMSA entered the U.S. market later, but has paired with Dutch enterprise Heineken USA to promote and distribute its brands, especially Dos Equis and Tecate. Some Mexican beers, such as Modelo Especial and Negra Modelo are available in limited quantities on tap in cities such as New York, Houston and Phoenix.
A predecessor to the modern egg carton was invented by Thomas Peter Bethell of Liverpool in 1906 and marketed as the Raylite Egg Box. He created frames of interlocking strips of cardboard, then these frames were themselves packed in cardboard or wooden boxes for transport by road or rail. The egg carton was invented in 1911 by newspaper editor Joseph Coyle of Smithers, British Columbia, to solve a dispute between a local farmer and hotel owner in Aldermere, near present day Telkwa, in British Columbia, over the farmer's eggs often being delivered broken. The egg carton was patented in 1969 by United Industrial Syndicate in Maine. Unlike many products, trademarks and advertisements for egg brands are usually printed on the food container itself rather than on a separate container This single-layer, distinctive packaging distinguishes egg cartons from different producers or quality on the retail shelf.
Birds of a feather flock together, and so celebrities. So while some may have a more free spirited lifestyle, here are a few of the more conservative ones who waited until marriage with their equally famous significant other or just happened to lose their V card with one.
Sorry bro. Close, but no banana. If I may offer a few pearls of wisdom here, please pay particularly close attention to the differences in the perimeter wall and the protruding artwork at the peak of the building. And on a related note, I still don't know what kind of a flower (or blossom?) this is.
Those who take a stroll along the preserved fortification of Dresden, the civil redesign of which was commissioned by Count Heinrich von Bruehl in the middle of the 18th century, will comprehend the effusive expression of the "Balcony of Europe". Those who take a stroll along the preserved fortification of Dresden, the civil redesign of which was commissioned by Count Heinrich von Bruehl in the middle of the 18th century, will comprehend the effusive expression of the "Balcony of Europe". Bruehl's Terrace, as well as Dresden Fortress, located immediately underneath provide comprehensive insight, both above and below ground, into the history of Dresden. The Dresden Stable Yard represents one of the few testimonials of the glamorous era of the Renaissance in Dresden. See if you can find exactly where this entrance is located.
Good news: this 48-gun Cannon fire safe is built like a brick shithouse and only $799 bucks. Bad news: there is a $175 delivery surcgarge because, well, it's built like a brick shithouse.
I have to be honest here. Everyone is familiat with Sprint, the American telecommunications company that provides wireless services and is a major global Internet carrier. You may even be familiar with Sprint Food Store, which was founded in 1997 and now operates 18 convenience stores throughout South Carolina and Georgia. So then tell me, where on God's green earth was this photo taken?
It started out as a simple thought about the good ole days in which exhibition shooters such as Annie Oakley, the Toepperwein's and Herb Parsons would shoot objects off people's heads, out of their mouths, or off their chest. Then the thought quickly turned into, “What if I used a Promatic Trap machine to snipe a clan off Aaron's head?” That would be awesome!