The Kwik-E-Martis a fictional convenience store in the animated television series The Simpsons. It is a parody of American convenience stores, such as 7-Eleven and Wawa Inc., and depicts many of the stereotypes about them. It is notorious for its high prices and the poor quality of its merchandise. The operator of the Springfield store is an Indian-American named Apu Nahasapeemapetilon. It was first seen in the episode "The Telltale Head" and has since become a common setting in The Simpsons. In July 2007, eleven 7-Eleven locations in the United States and one in Canada were transformed into Kwik-E-Marts as part of a special promotion for The Simpsons Movie. Also in 2007, gift shops modeled after the "Kwik-E-Marts" were opened in Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood, where they are a companion to "The Simpsons Ride".
Tim Ferriss has been listed as one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Business People, one of Forbes's Names You Need to Know, and one of Fortune's 40 under 40. He is an early-stage technology investor/advisor and the author of four #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers, including The 4-Hour Workweek and his latest, Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers. The Observer and other media have called Tim "the Oprah of audio" due to the influence of The Tim Ferriss Show podcast, which has exceeded 100 million downloads and has been selected for "Best of iTunes" three years running. The #1 New York Times best-selling The Tools of Titans is the latest groundbreaking book from Ferriss.
Hey Ernie, The decorative archway is in Efurt Germany, the Augustiner An der Kramerbrucke restaurant, specifically. This one was a bitch, no street view in Germany. Anyway, here is a 3D view, and a link to a pic of the arch on their Yelp site. More of those giant cans here. Keep 'em coming, Tim
This archway is in Erfurt, Germany, so no street view, I was able to get a view of the other side of the arch from inside the Ballenberger Restaurant using instantstreetview (look through the door) and you will see where Anja was walking in the attached picture. RJ
While there are many types of attractive antique and vintage signs, porcelain signs foremost among them, lighted signs are in a class all their own. Some common varieties include lighted clock signs (perhaps the most widespread type of “practical” advertising), lighted beer signs that rotate (great for dark bars), and lighted gas-station signs (the illumination gave them better visibility from the road). In fact, beverages are one of the most common products marketed with lighted signs. Beer companies in particular have claimed neon and other lighted signs as their own.
In audio, a mixing console is an electronic device for combining, routing, and changing the volume level, timbre and/or dynamics of many different audio signals, such as microphones being used by singers, mics picking up acoustic instruments such as drums or saxophones, signals from electric or electronic instruments such as the electric bass or synthesizer, or recorded music playing on a CD player. In the 2010s, a mixer is able to control older analog or newer digital signals, depending on the type of mixer. The modified signals are summed to produce the combined output signals, which can then be broadcast, amplified through a sound reinforcement system or recorded.
Hola Ernie, Just arriving home from an 11 day whirlwind tour of the Eastern US and Used Washington DC as my hub. Whenever I am in DC I always fly in and out of Dulles International, mainly because 2 miles from the terminal is the Smithsonian Annex of the Air and Space Museum. This place is an absolute MUST see as holds in full glory an SR71 Blackbird, the Space Shuttle Discovery, Multitudes of Helicopters and one of a kind Birds that you WILL NOT see anywhere else in the world. Literally Hey, this is the last one in existence. The Creme de la Creme for me is the complete in all her glory "The Enola Gay" one of just a few polished B29's ever made and of course this is the "ONE" What's new to the Museum since my last visit is the addition of glass walls over looking the Mary Baker Engen Aircraft Restoration Center. Until now we have never been able to peep the progress of things that the Smith is working on. I of course made a beeline through the museum to see what's coming soon and to my disbelief right here before my eyes sits FLAK BAIT the most successful bomber of the entire World War ll effort! The Smith posts it as 207 missions but that is arguable. The real figure is between 202 and 207. I never had the opportunity to see the nose in person but I knew it existed. It went on display in 1976 and has been touched by many, as evidenced by the missing paint at the nose and rear section of the nose section) Most everyone presumed that that is all that was left of this Iconic piece of American History. As I am gazing in disbelief one of the restoration experts was going to break and approaches me. She has been an aircraft assembly mechanic her whole life and has worked the last 27 years doing restorations at the Smithsonian Aircraft Resto centers. Her specialty is fabrics. I told her that I was in awe of what I was seeing and quickly asked if they were attaching the nose to parts of another B26 Marauder? She beamed and said NO! This and all of the parts that I was looking at was the real B 26 Marauder known as FLAK BAIT. Anyway story is already way too long. In short Flak Bait has just recently been pulled from moth balls where she has laid since being disassembled in Germany in 1946 and delivered to the Smith in 1949. In 3 to 4 years we will see Flak Bait in all her Original glory on display at the Annex at Dulles. Thought this might make a good story for you? Everyone should know about this! Enclosing a link to the Smith article and some pics of Flak Bait, Enola Gay and one arial of the SR71 Blackbird. Cheers Dude, Randy
Why do people from different parts of the world have different colored skin? Why do people from the tropics generally have darker skin color that those who live in colder climates? Variations in human skin color are adaptive traits that correlate closely with geography and the sun's ultraviolet radiation. As early humans moved into hot, open environments in search of food and water, one big challenge was keeping cool. The adaptation that was favored involved an increase in the number of sweat glands on the skin while at the same time reducing the amount of body hair. With less hair, perspiration could evaporate more easily and cool the body more efficiently. But this less-hairy skin was a problem because it was exposed to a very strong sun, especially in lands near the equator. Since strong sun exposure damages the body, the solution was to evolve skin that was permanently dark so as to protect against the sun's more damaging rays.
Home invasion suspect gets beaten with bat
The Kraken is a mystical creature from the deep whose tentacles twist and toss its victims until they don't know which way is up.
USAF Honor Guard rubber chicken bearing test
I. WANT. THIS. STICK.
wow i didn't know someone wrote a book about it
well someone is going to get fired
learn some throttle control, bruh
6 year old niece and i traded makeup
Bruce Springsteen: 'I was a stone-cold draft dodger'
soaking after a spartan run
yo dawg, i heard you like your steak tender
so that's what happens when a giant tire explodes
creative, sure, but also fucking nuts if this guy thinks he's going to get $22k
Young girls reaction to a top fuel dragster pass
pictures taken on the phone don't necessarily stay on the phone
Emmy in fur
Demmy Blaze goes Topless in a Pool!
star wars girls 8
kelly rohrbach topless with a surfboard
Kylie Makes Dirty Words Pretty
Pikotop - girlfriend fingering her ass