Well not endless, I suppose. I mean I could riff a list of things that I care as little about as their spat. Let's see... low carb diets, Michael Moore, the Democratic National Convention, Kabbalah and all Kabbalah-related products, Hi-Def TV, the Obama daughters, wireless hotspots, the OC, the UN, recycling, getting Punk'd, Danny Gans, the Latin Grammys, the real Grammys, Jeff that Wiggle that sleeps too darn much, the Yankees payroll, all the red states, all the blue states, every hybrid car, every talk show, everything on the planet, everything in the solar system, everything, everything, everything, everything, everything, everythingj every-everything that exists past present & future, in discovered and undiscovered dimensions! Oh, and Hugh Jackman.
Packing up all of your precious old school CDs? Need to pack your apartment on a budget? The worst place to try to get inexpensive moving boxes is from a moving company, like U-Haul. Moving companies graduate the prices much higher than market price. I remember when I moved, my local The UPS Store had great moving boxes and the cheapest in the area. I compared Uhaul, Uline, Home Depot and Walmart. Their prices were at least 10% less. I even bought numberous bundles and negotiated a deeper discount.
Autofocus is kind of like a microwave oven; just a few short decades ago, it didn't exist. And now we have no idea how we could live without it. Today, the idea of shooting all of our images with manual focus seems a bit crazy. But here's the thing, and you may find it hard to believe - there are some shooting situations where you need to shut off your autofocus. The simple reason why is this: your autofocus system just isn't that smart. It uses certain visual cues to know where to focus, but it does all of that based on contrast and light. It isn't able to intelligently look at a scene and understand what the subject is supposed to be, so it has to guess. In most cases, it gets it right. But there are certain situations where it's almost always going to get it wrong.
That Saturn store is located at Tunnel Alexander pl. 3, 10178 Berlin, Germany. And for good measure, the sign behind the girl on the left reads Humana. Nick
I'm probably late on this one, just got back from vacay. The hornblower is in the Fountain of Apollo at Versailles. If you ever get a chance to Paris, do it, and the fountain is a must see. Be sure to get a golf cart to tour the garden, and do that before the palace as the lines for the palace are much shorter in the afternoon. Keep em comin, Nick
Well this one took me a while but I found the caricature location, Its on Av. de las Playas, Puerto del carmen island of Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain. The artist is Jorge "Fico" Molina, Rick
Now it's definitely time for some hard core ball busting. I am not entirely sure there is enough information for you to find this furniture workshop, but you people have pulled off miracles before. If that proves too difficult for you, perhaps you can cut your teeth by finding what hotel offers free slippers to its guests.
Lavatories on modern aircraft are very expensive, and include features that have required substantial upfront and long term investments by the world's airlines to design and develop. Airlines and aircraft manufacturers continue to investigate ways to improve lavatory design technology to increase functionality and reduce costs of production, while maintaining adequate levels of safety, hygiene and amenity. Lavatories per passenger provided aboard aircraft vary considerably from airline to airline and aircraft to aircraft. On board North American aircraft, including low-cost, charter, and scheduled service airline carriers, the normally accepted minimum ratio of lavatories to passengers is approximately one lavatory for every 50 passengers. However, in premium cabin and business cabins, passengers may have access to multiple lavatories reserved primarily for their use.
Idiot tries to rob gun store - receives instant justice
Most Stressful US Marine Test: Helicopter Crashing in Sea While Being Blindfolded Simulation
U.S. tanks roll into Germany to protect against potential Russian invasion
look at this monster
This is the Hypocrisy America is talking about.
Man buys hundreds of newspapers in failed bid to hide mugshot
vintage datsun humor
great advertisement for a drain claining company
this is tomorrow: mini quick spray
Battle of Mogadishu hero passes, leaves behind legacy
summoning something i guess
fucking awesome 1973 dodge power wagon 4x4
yes we are very sorry for the inconvenius
Guy Makes Sweaters Of Places And Then Photographs Himself In Those Places
Container Ship Nearly Hits Land in Bosphorus Strait
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Ember Volland Perky Brave and Flashing
Gracie Thibble on Zishy
Heidi Klum Killer Tits on a Balcony in Miami of the Day
mobile lube tube
Redhead amateur shows off her perky little bosoms