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|October 24, 2016|
Trump: the election is rigged. Democrats: prove it. Wikileaks: here's proof. Democrats: the Russians are interfering with the election.
Outboard Marine Corporation (OMC) was a maker of Evinrude, Johnson and Gale Outboard Motors boat motors and many different brands of boats. It was a multibillion-dollar Fortune 500 corporation based in Waukegan, Illinois. They also owned several lines of boats such as Chris Craft, Lowe Boats, Princecraft, Four Winns, SeaSwirl, Stratos, and Javelin. OMC sold 100,000 motors in 2000 and had one third of the outboard market, yet for bankruptcy in December of 2000, laying off 7,000 employees.
Martini & Rossi is an Italian multinational alcoholic beverage company primarily associated with the Martini brand of vermouth and sparkling wine. The company started in the mid-19th century, as a vermouth bottling plant in Pessione — the Distilleria Nazionale di Spirito di Vino. Three men came to dominate the company, businessman Alessandro Martini, winemaker Luigi Rossi and accountant Teofilo Sola, and in 1863 they changed the name to Martini, Sola & Cia. The Sola family sold out in 1879, and the company became known as Martini & Rossi. Since the earliest days of the company, Martini have marketed their products aggressively, with some memorable TV advertising and sponsoring events under their MARTINI Terrazza logo.
Customs agents have gotten very good over the past decade, so smugglers are constantly trying to stay one step ahead of them. Some of these smugglers have just brought it to an entirely new level with how they're transporting dangerous goods over country lines. What's really impressive is how many of these were caught by customs, yet what's kind of scary is, how many weren't?
Kirkland Signature is Costco's private label, introduced 1992. The idea was to identify categories in which a private label product could provide brand name quality at discounted prices. To counteract the consumer confidence problem common in store branding, Kirkland Signature occasionally employs co-branding. Any idea what Kirkland Signature product she's using?
This is the most American goddamn thing I've ever see. Make sure you watch until the end. Jon
There's been many mentions of the dangers of Australian wildlife and the size of our spiders. Thought you and your readers would get a kick out of seeing a huntsman spider dragging a mouse up a fridge in the kitchen. Ben
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Back in 1995 when Yamaha released their Wolverine 350, they were looking to close the gap between the sport and utility market. Their '95 Wolverine handled better, offered good usable power and didn't weight as much as other ATVs in the 4×4 utility ranks. The Wolverine 350, along with the Polaris Scrambler 400, sent a wake up call to all of the manufacturers. In the utility ranks, suspension travel increased, motors displacement grew each year and handling became more important among the work horse quads. Recognizing that their machine was falling behind the times, Yamaha decided to start from scratch with the Wolverine and released an all new Wolverine 450.
Gary Byrne, a former uniformed Secret Service officer who was stationed outside the oval office during Bill Clinton's presidency, has plenty to say about Hillary Clinton's actions. The author of “Crisis of Character” sat down with the Frontlines team to discuss his firsthand experience with Hillary and Bill, their character and culture.
Hey Ernie the dude on the horn with NSO is on the corner by the Lincoln's Inn Fields in London. good times, Ray and Stacey
Hi Ernie! I found the location that naked trumpeter was playing his horn … It's on the corner of Lincoln's Inn Fields and Serle Street in The Westminster section of London, England. In your pic the windows are taped and the sand bags lead me to believe that they were filming a Well movie there about the time the pic was taken. Keep up the good work! Scott
I have absolutely no problem the way this cop puts foot to ass -- or head in this case -- while arresting this asshole.
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian is a 2007 novel for young adults written by Sherman Alexie and illustrated by Ellen Forney. It is a first-person narrative by Native American teenager known as "Junior", a 14-year-old budding cartoonist. The book is a bildungsroman, detailing Junior's life on the Spokane Indian Reservation and his decision, upon encouragement from a reservation high school teacher, to go to an all-white public high school in the off-reservation town of Reardan, Washington. The novel is controversial for some of its content on issues such as alcohol, poverty, bullying, violence, and sexual references, as well as for the tragic deaths of characters and for the use of profanity and slurs related to homosexuality and mental disability. As a result, some schools have banned The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian from school libraries or inclusion in curricula.
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|October 21, 2016|
Maybe Papa John's doesn't use chemical dough conditioners in their pizza dough, corn syrup or sugar in the sauce, or preservatives and cheap fillers in the meat toppings. Maybe they go the extra mile to make a high-quality pizza that's as close to homemade as possible. Although the fact that Papa John's garlic sauce, which comes in little green peel-open containers, is made with a slew of additives – mono and diglycerides, partially hydrogenated soybean oil and the preservatives sodium benzoate and calcium disodium EDTA – does not inspire confidence.
A hard hat is a type of helmet predominantly used in workplace environments such as industrial or construction sites to protect the head from injury due to falling objects, impact with other objects, debris, rain, and electric shock. Suspension bands inside the helmet spreads the helmet's weight and the force of any impact over the top of the head. A suspension also provides space of approximately 30 mm between the helmet's shell and the wearer's head, so that if an object strikes the shell, the impact is less likely to be transmitted directly to the skull. Some helmet shells have a mid-line reinforcement ridge to improve impact resistance.
During Wednesday night's presidential debate, Hillary Clinton -- who was absolutely fucking ROASTED by Donald Trump last night -- defended her disagreement with the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision on gun rights by saying it was about protecting toddlers from firearms. But her statement ignores the main holding in the 2008 decision, in which the justices overturned a long-standing law in the District of Columbia that largely banned handgun ownership in the city.
Ernie, the closest I could get to the lamppost was this, which points to the lampost, with the Sydney Opera House behind me! the pigeon bush is tough to find. I believe the building behind the bird is a Ukraine Telecom building. The first three letters in English are UKR. And the next two are "Te", so... But I have looked at a dozen URKTelecom locations in the Ukraine, and haven't found that building. Hope this helps someone. Jimbo
Hi Ernie, Obviously Potobello Café at Circular Quey, Sydney Australia overlooking the Sydney Opera House. Love your site, a great distraction form work. Cheers From downunder. Michael
A police officer in Texas was rewarded after his quick thinking saved the life of a 3-year-old boy. On October 12, Brayden Geis' mother and father frantically dialed 911 after their son stopped breathing and was unresponsive. The 911 operator dispatched an EMS team, but they were several minutes away. Granbury Police Officer Chase Miller just happened to be scanning the EMS dispatch channel when he realized he was in that location. Dash cam footage then shows him rushing to the young boy's aid within 60 seconds of the 911 call. Officer chase then performed CPR for about two minute, not giving up until the boy started breathing again.
I tried to find a full copy of Major League, but came up empty. So for today's FRIDAY FLICK: "Look, spies are a dime a dozen. I'm a spy. Clyde is a brain. He's a think tank-type guy. His specialty was low-impact kinetic operations. We kill people. He figured out how to do it without ever being in the same room. It was his gift, and he was the best. One time, we're tasking this tricky target. I mean, we're usin' cruise missiles and Predators, and we even had a B-2 Bomber flatten this guy's villa with JDAM. Alright, we're burnin' up millions in ordnance and we're gettin' nowhere with this guy. So we call Clyde, and we ask him to solve our problem. Clyde develops a Kevlar thread with a high-tech ratchet made of carbon fiber. Put it in a necktie. Two days later, Mrs. Bad Guy comes home, finds Mr. Bad Guy dead on the bathroom tile, choked to death. What I'm sayin' is, just assume that this guy can hear and see everything that you're doing. No. We got him locked away; maximum security. If he's in jail, it's because he wants to be in jail. He's a born tactician. Every move that he makes, it means something. That cellmate that he killed, what, you think that was random? No. That's a pawn being moved off the board. If I were you, I'd be lookin' for the next piece. Anybody who had anything to do with that case, he's gonna be comin' after you."
|October 20, 2016|
For hundreds of years, farmers in the agricultural regions of southern Belgium and northern France have brewed ale to serve to the farm workers: food and drink were part of the daily wage. Often brewed in the winter months, when farming activity was slower, these seasonal summer beers became known as "saison" beers - French for "season." The flavors and strength found in different saisons ranged widely, depending on the farm's regional ingredients and the brewer's palate, but word of an especially tasty saison at a farm would surely help attract workers for future work. Saison 1858 is made from barley malt, unmalted wheat, hops, and a bit of spice: coriander and orange peel; the yeast strain is traditional, and is bottle-conditioned.
If you don't have the room (or money) for a full sized gun safe, consider the Stack-On IWC-22 In-Wall Cabinet is a California-approved Firearm Safety Device that features a 3-point locking system with double-bitted, key coded lock provides greater security and holds documents, valuables and pistols. This cabinet has pre-drilled holes for mounting into the wall between studs-built for standard 16”on center stud walls. Normally these things sell for about $65 or so, which means you won't be trusting any family heirlooms to it, but right now on sale at Amazon for $35 which was enough to convince me to add a little something around the house.
Joe Dirt is a 2001 American adventure comedy film starring David Spade, Dennis Miller, Christopher Walken, Adam Beach, Brian Thompson, Brittany Daniel, Jaime Pressly, Erik Per Sullivan, and Kid Rock. The film was written by Spade and Fred Wolf, and produced by Robert Simonds. The plot concerns a "white trash" young man, Joe Dirt, who at first seems to be a "loser", a failure, an antihero. As a baby he had a mullet wig installed because the top of his skull had never formed. As he travels in search of his parents, his fine qualities are increasingly revealed. He ends up with a new "family" of close friends, people he has helped and who respect him.
Tired of your regular 9x5 job in a cubicle and thought there's gotta be an easier way? These are some of the coolest part-time jobs on the planet, and some of them probably pay better than you putting the new cover sheets on TPS reports every day. The best part is, all of these are just flat out fun to do and doesn't need a degree or a zillion years of experience, like being a beer taster for $58k/year. Or a dog surf instructor for $57/hour? Count me in, bruh!
Your easy mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find this clear lamp post.
No street view on this one, for some reason it took me a while but its Pizza San Daniello - Sojcak, Svetlogorska 2873 390 05 Tabor, Czech Republic. RJ
Hey Ernie, Okay, thanks for the curve ball. I immediately recognized the model as the lovely Dominika Jandalova (AKA Coxy). She has been in a lot of nude in public shots, always butt naked and always rocking the landing strip that I wish she would just shave off. You will mostly find her bare ass walking around Barcelona. But to me, the photo looked a lot like Cap d' Agde, the Naked City. So I looked like hell in both places. Nothing. Turns out she was in Tabor, Czech Republic. No Street View, so it took me a while to make sure I had the right place. The pizza place is Pizza San Daniello. The Albert's Supermarket is now the COOP. Here are some more shots of Dominika and her very grab-able pussy. Anyway, thare's your pizza stand, what else ya got? Keep 'em coming, Tim.
Well the first thing I got is to point out no one has found this pigeon yet. And then your difficult mission -- and I should warn you this mission is only for the most dedicated of researchers -- is to find this trumpet player.
Vranac is a variety of grapes and a red wine from Montenegro, and is protected as intellectual property and Montenegrin geographical indication of origin since 1977. Vranac is considered the most important variety of grape in Montenegro and one of the most important in the Republic of Macedonia. As it is a local specialty and due to its localized geography, it produces a dry red wine of a unique taste and character that is synonymous with the Balkans. Young Vranac wines have a bright purple hue and a nose full of red berries and fruit jams. After a year or two of aging, the purple develops into an intense dark ruby and the nose develops a more complex aroma that can include hints of cinnamon, chocolate, liquorice, flowers, black fruits, herbs and even woods such as oak.
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Bacchus was the Roman god of agriculture and wine, copied from the Greek god Dionysus. Bacchus was the child of Jupiter (whose Greek name is Zeus) and Semele, a human whom Juno (whose Greek name is Hera) had tricked into asking to see Jupiter as he really was. Since she was a mortal, she was burned up by the sight of Jupiter in his divine form. So Jupiter sewed the infant Bacchus into his thigh, and gave birth to him nine months later. As a child, Bacchus was tutored by Silenus, who was a great lover of wine and often had to be carried on the back of a donkey. Before he took his place at Olympus, Bacchus wandered the world for many years, going as far as India to teach people how to grow vines. He often carried a pinecone-topped staff, and his followers were goat-footed Satyrs and Maenads, wild women who danced energetically during his festivals.
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The height and number of waterfalls along a stream or river depends upon the type of rocks that are being eroded by the water. Some types of rocks, such as shale shale for example, wear away more easily than others such as sandstone or limestone. Regardless of their geological composition or size, waterfalls are a stopping point along any hike. The wonder that comes from the power of water as it either rushes or trickles is worth the time and effort when it comes to finding them. Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Northeastern Ohio is home to a few waterfalls, the most popular being Brandywine Falls. But there are other lesser-known waterfalls that also are worth a short hike, and potentially wet shoes.
What are Americans more concerned about than the next terror attack? More than loved ones dying? More than gun control and identity theft? More than economic collapse? That's right, government corruption. But you know, why would anyone fear that?
Birds build homes in which to raise their young just as humans do, although their site selections are more varied and often in obscure, hidden places. It is common to think of nests being in tree branches. But some birds build nests on the ground, in bushes and cavities; some build on the sides and eaves of houses, as well as on other man-made structures. See if you can find the huge bush this pigeon is planning to build a nest in.
Okay, smartass. Pizza is a flatbread topped with tomato sauce and cheese and baked in an oven. It is commonly topped with a selection of meats, vegetables and condiments. The modern pizza was invented in Naples, Italy, and the dish and its variants have since become popular in many areas of the world. Because of this, the colors of Italy's flag -- red, white and green -- are often associated with pizza parlors. See if you can find this roadside pizza place.
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