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July 27, 2016

The Three Week Checkup For My Erector Set Leg Is Today.

Crime Stoppers of Nevada is a citizen, media and law enforcement co-operative program created to involve the public in the fight against crime. They provide citizens with a vehicle to anonymously supply Law Enforcement with information about a Felony Crime or Wanted Person. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards to eligible tipsters for information that leads to a Felony Arrest, Felony Arrest Warrant or Felony Indictment. Tipsters do not need to wait for a conviction to be eligible for a reward. To check tip status, call 702-385-5555 Wednesday or Thursday between 9 AM - 2 PM PST. You MUST have your tip number when calling, no information will be provided without your tip number.

Braheim Fowler thought his dad forgot about his 12th birthday, but little did he know his father, was planning a big surprise that would bring the young man to tears. Devon Fowler recorded the entire interaction with his son and posted the video on Facebook. The video begins with Devon pretending he forgot his son's birthday while they are on the way to Braheim's Little League game.

Willow Tree is a line of figurine sculptures created by artist Susan Lordi in January 2000. The Willow Tree line specializes in rustic faceless people and angels intended to represent feelings or life events. The figurines are made from hand-painted resin which is cast from Lordi's hand-carved clay sculptures. Creator Susan Lordi partnered with the company Demdaco to produce, market and distribute Willow Tree figurines, which are now available nationwide in independent Gift shops and Hallmark stores and is often a top seller. In 2011 Lordi filed a lawsuit against CVS for selling figurines that she alleges are knockoffs of her designs. According to the lawsuit, CVS launched a line of faceless angels with wire-loop wings, which is a trademark of Lordi's designs. In her lawsuit, she reported her monthly sales as $4.6 million dollars.

Welcome to St Augustine, Florida, founded in 1565? C'mon don't make me laugh, rookie. If you've got the salt, you'll show me exactly where this was founded in 1914.

Ernie, "Biggest problem is, that aerial wasn't taken prior to the JFK's arrival" If you zoom out and/or pan down just a tad, you can see the JFK sitting right there at a dock in the Delaware River. Zoom in and you can see the “67” on the fore end of the deck. If you pan to the right and zoom in on your bird's eye view, you can see “67” on the side of the tower. Thanks for everything, always very much appreciated! (a different) Mike

Interesting candidate on the primary slate here in Missouri. Could be a Dubie VS Blunt showdown this November!! I always tune in for my daily dose, keep up the good work! John B

Good morning Ernie. The crowded pool is the Bare pool at the Mirage. From the looks of the contents in the bag, the guy is staying at the Westin and I am assuming it is the Westin on Flamingo and not the one in Henderson. According to Google he has to travel approx 1 mile, so not too bad in the heat. keep it up bro. Eric R

If you believe in God, you may want to thank Him for Nintendo‘s NES Classic Edition, because it appears to have catalyzed a trend of micro-retro-consoles that could bring joy to the hearts of millions. Sega is now getting into the action with not just one but two miniature Sega Mega Drive (aka the Sega Genesis) consoles, and they appear to be an improvement on the NES Classic Edition model in several key areas. For one, both the handheld and the micro-console Sega Mega Drive come pre-loaded with 80 games -- here's the full list -- and the micro-console is compatible with old Sega Genesis cartridges and controllers.

Oh, and you Trivial Pursuit fanatics.... can you tell me what genus this board is from?


July 26, 2016

There Were As Many Calls To Mind The Constitution As There Were American Flags.

JVC's VHS configuration debuted in 1977, sparking the VHS/Betamax configuration war. VHS trumped Betamax, which debuted in 1975, thanks in large part to its embracing of the X-Rated market; Sony banned the adult industry from releasing movies on its configuration, leading many consumers -- who didn't want to purchase two different devices -- to choose VHS. A decade later, in 1987, VHS controlled 90% of the $5.25 billion VCR market. Be warned, vintage videophiles: Japan's Funai Electric, a company that claims to be the last manufacturer of videocassette recorders, will manufacture its last VHS player this month.

Dum Dum Donutterie is a specialty donut shop that's making a splash at the London's Just Eat Food Festival with the Luxury Zebra Cro. This is not just any donut, tho. At a cost of $2,000 each, the Luxury Zebra Cro is the most expensive donut on the planet.

According to General Mills, Bisquick was invented in 1930 after one of their top sales executives met an innovative train dining car chef on a business trip. After the sales executive complimented the chef on his deliciously fresh biscuits, the dining car chef shared that he used a pre-mixed biscuit batter he created consisting of lard, flour, baking powder and salt. The chef then stored his pre-mixed biscuit batter on ice in his kitchen ahead of time, enabling him to bake fresh biscuits quickly on the train every day. As soon as the sales executive returned from that business trip, he stole the chef's idea and created Bisquick. The recipe was adapted using hydrogenated oil, thus eliminating the need for refrigeration and introduced on grocers' shelves in 1931.

It's supposed to hit 110 degrees in Las vegas today, same as yesterday. Any idea how long of a bicycle ride this photographer endured in that heat, in order to take this photo?

Ok, first off, the other two Ticonderoga class Aegis Cruisers are, USS Yorktown CG-48 and USS Thomas Gates CG-51. I'm not completely sure which is which in the photo as they have had their hull numbers removed but, from looking at the Naval Vessel Register website, the first 5 Tico class ships have been decommissioned and USS Vincennes CG-49 was scrapped on November 23, 2011 and USS Valley Forge CG-50 was sunk as a target in a training exercise on November 2, 2006, by the process of elimination that only leaves the Yorktown and Gates. At the North East corner of the Mothball Fleet facility is USS Shreveport LPD-12, She's the large Amphib ship. At the North West quadrant of the Mothball Fleet is another LPD, USS Nashville LPD-13.

Just south of Nashville are two Perry Class Frigates (FFGs) with their hull numbers removed. Beyond the ones you listed that are seen in the 3D images (USS Stephen W. Groves, USS Boone, USS John L. Hall, USS De Wert, USS Carr, USS Klakring and USS Robert G. Bradley). Since we can't ID them by hull number and the street view doesn't get close enough to be able to see any real detail, these two ships could be any of the following FFG 7 class ships listed as currently being held in the Philly Mothball Fleet facility: USS Underwood FFG 36, USS Doyle FFG 39, USS Halyburton FFG 40, USS Nicholas FFG 47, USS Taylor FFG 50, USS Hawes FFG 53, USS Elrod FFG 55, USS Simpson FFG 56, USS Samuel B. Robertson FFG 58 , or USS Kauffman FFG 59.

The directory for the annotated photo I attached is as follows:
1 USS Nashville LPD 13
2 USS Boulder LST 1190
3 These are: LKA 113 USS Charleston, LKA 115 USS Mobile, LKA 117 USS El Paso
4 All Aegis Cruisers: CG 74 Ticonderoga, CG 48 Yorktown, CG 51 Gates
5 USS Shreveport LPD 12
6 USS Charles F. Adams DDG 2
7 USS Barry DD 933
8 Can't tell but see the list of FFGs stored at Philly above
9 USS Mohawk ATF 170
10 USNS Hays AG 195.

And in case you'd like to see where I got my info, here you go. Keep up the good work! Mike

Most homeowners are already sold on the benefits of a shotgun as a home defense weapon. Bust like most things, there's more lore than truth when it comes to shotguns as home defense weapons. None of this is to suggest shotguns don't make good defense weapons, because they do in many cases. For the purist, I'd recommend you stick with classics: either this Remington 870 Express featuring hardwood furniture for $348, or this Mossberg 500 with both long and short barrels for $335 -- BOTH include free shipping.

So listen. Maybe instead of a shotgun for someone, I need to get someone a nice bottle of scotch as a gift. Any idea what I'm looking for at the liquor store? Thanks in advance.


July 25, 2016

Congratulations Because Whether You Know It Or Not, You Are Now Part Of The Political Revolution. - Bernie Sanders.

Whether you consider Donald Trump to be the savior of the GOP or just some batshit crazy guy bent on world destruction, one thing is not in dispute: he was the candidate chosen by the Republican voters. Sure, there was certainly a movement within the GOP establishment to oust him, but in the end, the voters word was final and Trump's name is on the ticket. Hillary Clinton on the other hand, is only the Democratic candidate because of the corruption and cronyism running rampant within the DNC. Everyone's suspicions of rigged elections and political sabotage were confirmed with the 23,000 email flood from Wikileaks. And the woman who orchestrated it all -- and subsequently deemed too corrupt to hold a position in the DNC -- was welcomed by the Clinton campaign with open arms and now plays an integral part in her master's quest for the Oval Office. If Bernie fans really feeel themselves to be part of a political revolution, this my friends, is where the rubber meets the road. Tonight's DNC convention, and the coming weeks ahead, should be nothing but a sea of pitchforks and torches striving to take your party back. Because if it isn't -- or if you intend on rewarding Hillary's behavior by throwing the switch for her come November -- then you're no less corrupt than she is.

So a FB friend posted this pic from her trip to Philadelphia, and that has spawned off this next Google Maps challenge. So while this this aerial view of the Philadelphia Naval Yard was taken prir to the JFK's arrival, several other identifiable ships are there. For example the USS Shreveport all but jumps out at you. And a quick Google search tells me that CG-47 is the USS Ticonderoga. And with a little 3D sight seeing we can spot tucked away in the corner are several FFG's: 29 (USS Stephen W. Groves), 28 (USS Boone), 32 (USS John L. Hall), 45 (USS De Wert), 52 (USS Carr ), 42 (USS Klakring), and 49 (USS Robert G. Bradley). So your quest is SEE WHAT OTHER SHIPS YOU CAN IDENTIFY.

Remember when four officers who walked off their jobs providing security at a WNBA game after some players wore “Black Lives Matter” shirts calling for change after recent police shootings? Turn out each player is now facing a $5,000 fine for their trouble.

The tattoo on the little Jewish hottie reads "conquer." Love the site, etc., etc., etc. Steve

Yo, That picture, I knew right away. I used to live in the area, it's right down the the street from the bars and clubs. It's down town Fort Lauderdale in front of the Broward College. SE 2nd Ave and SE 2nd St. It was probably some porn shoot, but not sure. It's looks like a morning on the weekend. Those crazy college kids. k

San Pellegrino is an Italian brand of mineral water and assorted real-fruit sodas made in the Province of Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy. Outside of Italy, San Pellegrino is marketed as somewhat of a luxury. Owned by Nestlé since 1997, San Pellegrino is exported to most countries in Europe, the Americas, Australasia and the Middle East, as well as Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong. San Pellegrino mineral wateroriginates from a layer of rock 400 metres below the surface, where it is mineralized from contact with limestone and volcanic rocks. The springs are located at the foot of a dolomite mountain wall which favors the formation and replenishment of a mineral water basin.


July 23, 2016

Insert Your Favorite Weekend Joke Here.

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July 22, 2016

Is It Me, Or Are Fridays Getting Further And Further Apart?

Getting caught in an awkward situation where you have to make a decision between raising your hand for assistance and serving yourself is a universal experience we all face at some point in time. Such encounters are especially prominent overseas, so picking up the universal language of knife and fork would be handy in getting your requests across. There is an etiquette of placing knife and fork on a plate while resting or after finishing. For example crossing your knife and fork at 90 degree angles means you are ready for a second plate, while placing them diagonally means you are only pausing. If you are finished with your meal, place your fork and knife parallel to each other, facing away from you. Likewise, place your fork and knife horizontally across your plate to pay the chef and the wait staff a compliment.

If you're a Narcos fan like me, the second season of the Netflix original series will be available for your unhealthy binge-viewing in less than two months, but in the meantime viewers looking to get their fix will have to be content with this trailer that's recently been released to the internet.

July is National Hot Dog Month, and according to the National Sausage and Hot Dog Council , Americans will be consuming the infamous little red tubes of "meat" in record numbers this summer. And there is no doubt about it, Americans love their hot dogs. The Council estimates that over seven billion hot dogs will be eaten by Americans between Memorial Day and Labor Day. During the July 4th weekend alone -- the biggest hot-dog holiday of the year -- 155 million will be downed. In fact, the average American will eat an average of 60 hot dogs each year. They are clearly one of the country's most loved, but most misunderstood, comfort foods.

Old and busted: Turn down for what. The new hotness: Turn the wheels of what? No seriously, of what. Find me that poster. Oh and the dude driving that boat got the hammer.

It looks like your was at Pride Rally sponsored by Chipotle! Bradd with two d's

That poster is for the Musee Lausanne, a museum in Lausanne, Switzerland. It appears to be a bronze statue. It's not on permanent display, so no current pics. Dan

The .38 Long Colt is a black powder cartridge introduced by Colt's Manufacturing Company in 1875, and was adopted as a standard military pistol cartridge by the United States Army in 1892 for the Colt New Army M1892 Revolver. The cartridge's relatively poor ballistics were highlighted during the Philippine–American War of 1899–1902, when reports from U.S. Army officers were received regarding the .38 bullet's inability to stop charges of frenzied Moro Juramentados, even at extremely close ranges. A typical instance occurred in 1905 and was later recounted by Col. Louis A. LaGarde: "Antonio Caspi, a prisoner on the island who attempted escape on Oct. 26, 1905, was shot four times at close range in a hand-to-hand encounter by a .38 Colt's revolver loaded with U.S. Army regulation ammunition. He was finally stunned by a blow on the forehead from the butt end of a Springfield carbine." Hence began the long and storied history of the US Army's next standard pistol cartridge, the venerable .45 ACP, courtesy of one John Browning. And yes, the .45 ACP is still alive and kicking with great enthusiasm. I know because I just ordered 2,000 rounds at an unheard of $0.27 per round.

Oh, and to keep you busy over the weekend, find me this intersection with a four way stop.

Today's FRIDAY FLICK: Assembly is a 2007 Chinese war film written by Liu Heng and directed by Feng Xiaogang. The film, which follows a soldier who fights to gain recognition for comrades who died during the Chinese Civil War and carries an anti-war theme, was first released on 20 December 2007. It won the 2008 Hundred Flowers Awards and the 2009 Golden Rooster Awards for Best Film. It's two hours long and you'll have to hit the CC button to turn on English subtitles. But Assembly is, and I shit you not, one of the best war movies I've ever seen. Seriously, if you can find the time, treat yo self.


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