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|August 15, 2017|
The standard dance pole typically consists of a hollow pole with a circular cross section, running from floor to ceiling. Affixing at the ceiling gives more stability, but is not always realized, especially at night clubs with higher ceilings or at transportable devices. Poles come in a variety of materials and coatings where each material possesses its own properties, advantages and disadvantages. The materials poles are made of are brass, titanium – gold, stainless steel and chrome. The brass and titanium – gold poles are gold in color and are used to enhance the grip between the pole and the dancer, these poles are normally used by more advanced dancers. The stainless steel poles aren't as popular as the other types as they do not have the finest grip however, they are used by dancers who have sensitive skin.
There is a renewed interest in task lighting. "Renewed" because task lighting was all the world had known before our dependence on high-output overhead fixtures. Prior to electrically powered lighting fixtures, seeing at night was accomplished through the use of "task lights" such as candles and oil and kerosene lamps. When the power of electricity was first harnessed, it was applied to crude incandescent "task lights." For many years, task lighting continued to be the best option for seeing indoors. It was a long time before overhead fixtures would make a significant impact on how work areas were lighted. There are a variety of options for mounting task lighting in the work setting. Popular methods include a clamp base that attaches to the edge of a desk/table, and the weighted base that sits on top of a desk. Task lights can be mounted on stationary pedestal floor stands or movable caster floor stands.
The Chipola River is a tributary of the Apalachicola River in western Florida. The 92.5-mile-long river is part of the ACF River Basin watershed, and crosses Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf counties. The river flows into the Dead Lakes State Recreation Area just before reaching the Apalachicola. The Dead Lakes were formed when the Apalachicola deposited sand bars blocking the mouth of the Chipola. The Chipola River now flows for several miles south from the Dead Lakes parallel to the Apalachicola River before its confluence finally joining it.
Hi Ernie, I couldn't get the streetview, [Ernie says: here] but this Quandoo listing show the Locale Restaurant facade at Southbank in London England. Cheers, Andrew
Ern, That is in front of the Locale Cucina Italiana in Forum Magnum Square in London. Here is the Street view if you prefer. The bike ride is for the annual "World Naked Bike Ride". You can read more about it here. And you can see more pics of the annual events here and here. Keep up the good work, Nick S.
CHALLENGE #2: A potato chip is a thin slice of potato that has been deep fried, baked, kettle-cooked, or popped until crunchy. Potato chips are commonly served as a snack, side dish, or appetizer. The basic chips are cooked and salted; additional varieties are manufactured using various flavorings and ingredients including herbs, spices, cheeses, other natural flavors, artificial flavors and additives. Potato chips are a predominant part of the snack food and convenience food market in Western countries. The global potato chip market generated total revenues of $16.49 billion in 2015. Can you tell me what brand of potato chip contributed to that total?
Flying To McDonald's On My Paramotor
who who who would like to stay here?
fellas yall ok with ya girl going out like this?
Crane Tips Over
it's only an extra chromosome
See what happens to a bird in a saudi arabian heat wave
atlas holding it up
Woman rescues piglet running around in traffic, raises money for its medical care
holy shit is this dog fat
no one does the maths anymore
Janaina Joins the Bella Club
Vika P on Femjoy in Kissable
10/10 would bang Raw numerous times if given the chance
mother mia where did you come from?
Joy Corrigan Posing in an Arm Bra! Nip Slips!
Rihanna does Carnival in Barbados!
Real Girls 3068-3
|August 14, 2017|
Speck Products is subsidiary of Samsonite based in San Mateo, California. The company makes protective cases for portable electronic devices including iPad, iPhone, MacBook, Android devices, Windows Phone devices, tablets and eReaders. Speck claims to make cases that are both functional and fun to carry. The company is noted for its CandyShell cases for smartphones and tablets, SeeThru MacBook cases and iGuy standing case. Speck's products are sold in Apple Store locations worldwide. In the U.S. they are also sold at Best Buy, Target, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Toys R Us and other retailers. Speck opened a retail store in 2011 in Palo Alto, California. All of the company's products are on display there, as it is a laboratory for the company.
Santander Cycles is a public bicycle hire scheme in London, United Kingdom. The scheme's bicycles are popularly known as Boris Bikes, after Boris Johnson, who was the Mayor of London when the scheme was launched. Credit for developing and enacting the scheme has been a source of debate. Johnson has taken credit for the plan, although the initial concept was announced by his predecessor Ken Livingstone, during the latter's term in office. Livingstone said that the program would herald a, "cycling and walking transformation in London" and Johnson said that he "hoped the bikes would become as common as black cabs and red buses in the capital." A study showed cyclists using Santander Cycles are three times less likely to be injured per trip than cyclists in London as a whole, possibly due to motorists giving cycle hire users more road space than they do other cyclists.
"My, my, my!" means something like "Wow. I'm impressed." However, English speakers rarely use "My, me, my!" when they're honestly impressed; more often, they use the phrase to tease someone. For example, if someone in your family usually wakes up late, you can say this when they wake up: "My, my, my, you're up early."
CHALLENGE #1: Patriotism these days is like Christmas; lots of people caught up in a festive atmosphere replete with lights and spectacles, especially on Memorial Day in May, Flag Day in June, and Independence Day in July. Walk down Main Street America and ask one citizen after another what patriotism means and with few exceptions, you'll get a passel of the most self-righteous but superficial and often dead-wrong answers. If America's Founders, the men and women who gave us reason to be patriotic in the first place, could see us now they'd think we've lost our way. But not me, motherfuckers, for I am unapologetically patriotic. So much so in fact, that I'd like to buy a pair of these American flag shorts. Where can I get them and how much do they cost? Plus an additional bonus point if you can show me where she's sitting; you should recognize her by now and at least have an idea where to start looking.
It's War, Not A Video Game: a veteran's perspective on transgenders on the front lines
say hello to the 1980s
Half of Detroit's 8 mayoral candidates are felons
Check out this amazing transformation of Xander the Alaskan Malamute
unless your dog can do this...
Helped by a stranger, she unknowingly returns the favor years later
luckiest track judge ever
Engine Failure on Takeoff - Crash Landing with 3 camera views
so ernie, how is life going for you? me:
georgie and her friends at the beach
New Model Charlize is Slim and Busty!
19 year old Tittiporn from Thailand likes to have sex outdoors
Lela Star - Hot Body Floating In Cool Pool
Cara Brett strips naked and masturbates
|August 11, 2017|
Responding to demographic realities that have Hispanic populations swelling in economic centers nationwide, most major retailers are developing ethnic outreach strategies that include bilingual signage in store locations with largely Hispanic clientele. Walmart, Target, Home Depot and Sears are among the most prominent retailers to implement bilingual signage. But bilingual signage is not an isolated development in these stores, but rather one element among many designed to make ethnic shoppers feel more at ease, such as having bilingual staff who can help with individual issues and bilingual call-centers to aid with customer service.
Toilet paper when used with a toilet roll holder with a horizontal axle parallel to the floor and also parallel to the wall has two possible orientations: the toilet paper may hang over or under the roll; if perpendicular to the wall, the two orientations are right-left or near-away. The choice is largely a matter of personal preference, dictated by habit. In surveys of US consumers and of bath and kitchen specialists, 60–70 percent of respondents prefer over. Solutions range from compromise, to using separate dispensers or separate bathrooms entirely, or simply ignoring the issue altogether.
The Cat in the Hat is a children's book written and illustrated by Theodor Geisel under the pen name Dr. Seuss and first published in 1957. The story centers on a tall anthropomorphic cat, who wears a red and white-striped hat and a red bow tie. The Cat shows up at the house of Sally and her unnamed brother one rainy day when their mother is away. Ignoring repeated objections from the children's fish, the Cat shows the children a few of his tricks in an attempt to entertain them. In the process he and his companions, Thing One and Thing Two, wreck the house. The children and the fish become more and more alarmed until the Cat produces a machine that he uses to clean everything up. He then says his goodbyes and disappears just before the children's mother walks in.
A low seat beach chair, also known as a classic beach chair, is a beach chair that sits less than twelve inches off the ground. In other words, the distance from the floor to the seating part of the chair is less than 12 inches. Many beach goers prefer this type of beach chair because it allows them to stretch their legs out for even tanning across the lower part of their body. Another major benefit of the low seat beach chair is it allows you to place the chair in the ocean and have water stream across the lower portion of your body. Most low seat beach chairs also come in multiple reclining positions which allow you to lay back and get full body tanning while not having to leave your chair.
So if you'be neen paying attention, I haven't issued any photo challenges yesterday or today. There's a reason for that, and it's because I'm going on vacation to see the fam back north. What I am doing however, is scheduling some posts to go up in my absence and included will be ten challenges. I won't be able to post any replies until I return, so please save up your answers and do one big email instead of a bunch of individual ones. So again, starting Monday there will be ten challenges issued over the ten weekday posts, then I'll post a scorecard on who finds what.
what beautiful cars you have
Climbing the tallest chimney in Europe
Veterinarians treat homeless pets at Santa Ana River Trail for free
Plane nearly ran out of fuel after pilots forgot to bring up landing gear
don't mind me, just hugging my dog
Traumatic facial injury and visualisation of anatomy beneath
Time consuming movie makeup.
Dog's neck slashed open; recovers in 2 weeks!
The US Marines tested all-male squads against mixed-gender ones, and the results were pretty bleak
good sense of humor for a church
a happy homecoming for duncan, a two-legged dog who continues to beat the odds
Eagle rescued from trash at Florida waste facility
the business end of the B-25 mitchell bomber
really really drunk dude vs ice cream
Kate Moss in Italy! Losing Bikini Top plus See Through!
el negocio del exhibicionismo
winter on FTV girls
Watch from afar
what a nice necklace gallery
|August 10, 2017|
I stumbled across some pictures of Camp Forrester, part of the Massawepie complex of the Oneida Boy Scout Council in upstate New York. As a member of Troop 224, I used to camp here. I went a total of three times, I think, maybe two, but I'm pretty sure three. And always to Forrester, never to Mountaineer where the scouts slept in cabins and had their food cooked for them in a mess hall. No in Forrested, you slept in tents way the fuck out in the middle of nowhere, and cooked your own meals in either the sheepherder or the half barrel.
Here's the main index of photos along with what I remember. For starters, I weaved more than a handful of basketsright here in the Handicraft area. In fact, I sat my ass down on these picnic tables, and washed my hands at this old busted ass sink, before walking out of this door with my basket weaving merit badge.
But the commissary -- which still has the same green roof -- that's where things got really fucking exciting. For starters you could use whatever money your parents sent you with to buy the stuff you needed here at the trail store. Here I purchases at least two Scout knives, a handful of shotgun chits for my rifle and shotgun merit badge, and of course the occasional bottle of Coke. The trail store was at the far right side of the building, because the majority of the building was where they stored all of the food that had to be picked up each morning and returned that evening. No food was allowed to be stored in your campsite itself, so you weren't ransacked by bears.
This big place was known as the Dust Bowl, for obvious reasons. If I have my bearings right -- the place is way overgrown plus it's been like 500 years -- the trail to the commisary was at your 2 o'clock, the archery range was directly behind you, the rifle and shotgun range at your 9 o'clock, and the trail that led to our particular campsite about your 11 o'clock. If it turns out I'm facing the wrong way, just flip that shit. And I do mean shit, because each campsite did in fact have its own outhouse.
I do not recall this climbing/rapelling tower, so it must have been built some time after... ehhh... 1985 or so. It would have been cool as fuck tho. Camp Forrester is no longer in use because from what I could find, they lost their insurance rider because the waterfront area on Lake Massawepie was too deep, or didn't have enough lifeguards or some shit like that.
Oh, and my shooting instructor at the rifle and shotgun range was Mr. Meyering; and he taught me the basics on firearm safety and is the person I would be most embarassed to tell my Negligent Discharge story to. Turns out his wife used to work there too, although it seems she just passed away in May of this year. And now that I read that, I think she was the one who taught me basket weaving back at the Handicraft center. And from her obituary, it seems Mr. Meyering passed away back in 2014. So long Mr M, I promise I won't shoot my kitchen any more. Scout's Honor.
Things People Always Get Wrong About Adopting a Pet From the Shelter
the both seem to have missed the jump
Stubborn Husky refuses to give up front seat
live well, laugh often, love much, and ...
Skateboarder Trapped In Flood Waters Refuses To Be Airlifted Without His Skateboard
she looks like she's about to go vertical
an inside look to the Game of Thrones: The Loot Train Attack
How Many Americans Know Where North Korea Is?
i like to eat paper and i'm just a good boy
Man who raped and murdered girl, 3, is shot dead with machine gun at point blank range
FDNY recruit failed her way into $81,000 desk job
just a good old boy...
mustang does pretty impressive brake stand. in front of a cop.
18-wheeler carrying hay stuck in Alabama's Bankhead Tunnel
a second chance
Keisha Grey Strips in the Shower!
kristy d construction building
Rae Lady In Red
the beach spy part 161
Lexi Pulls Her Dress Off in the Road
Before and after the boob job
Regina Manfre Juicy Melons Zishy
|August 9, 2017|
It's commonly believed that the ocean is blue because it's reflecting the blue sky. But this is a misconception. The ocean is blue because of the way it absorbs sunlight, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). When sunlight hits the ocean, the water strongly absorbs long-wavelength colors at the red end of the light spectrum, as well as short-wavelength light, including violet and ultraviolet. The remaining light that we see is mostly made up of blue wavelengths.
Coaxial cable is a type of electrical cable that has an inner conductor surrounded by a tubular insulating layer, surrounded by a tubular conducting shield. Many coaxial cables also have an insulating outer sheath or jacket. The term coaxial comes from the inner conductor and the outer shield sharing a geometric axis. Coaxial cable was invented by English engineer and mathematician Oliver Heaviside, who patented the design in 1880. Coaxial cable differs from other shielded cables because the dimensions of the cable are controlled to give a precise, constant conductor spacing, which is needed for it to function efficiently as a transmission line for such things as cable television and broadband internet.
Along with the summer weather comes a slew of bike rides that will get you to shake off those winter blues that facilitated far too many Netflix marathons. To help me leave the cave I've been hibernating in, I'd like to join in this bike ride. Where is everyone meeting up?
The name Tuborg comes from Thuesborg -- "Thues castle" -- a Copenhagen inn from the 1690s situated in the area of the brewery. This evolved and was adopted into local placenames, such as Lille Tuborg and Store Tuborg. "Tuborgvej" street in Copenhagen is named after the site of the original Tuborg brewery. Tuborg initially produced pale lager for the Danish market. It merged with United Breweries in 1894, which then entered into a profit-sharing agreement with Carlsberg in 1903. In 1970, United Breweries was acquired by Carlsberg. Today, it makes lager for global export, as well as a variety of continental styles for both domestic and foreign markets. In 1996 the last Tuborg beer was brewed in Hellerup and the area is now providing fashionable apartments, houses and business offices.
The hottie is Nadeea Volianova. Did a little google fu and found a larger pic as well as more in the series. This link says its in LA, but it's actually in Vegas and the xB has moved a little up the street. Wade
Dunkirk may have earned rave reviews from critics, currently standing at 93% on Rotten Tomatoes, but eagle-eyed viewers have noticed 25 historical and other oversights in the new epic, ranging from inaccurate trains to invisible Spitfire engines. They've submitted the errors to website moviemistakes.com, run by self-confessed pedant Jon Sandys, whose father even got involved: "If your film is set in an era many people watching it will have lived through, you've got to get the details right - my dad noticed the train window being wrong for the time period straight away!" The mistakes are all listed here. Jon
Do you find yourself questioning why hatchbacks are so popular? Sedans are popular, but they seem to blend together. A hatchback offers benefits that cannot be found in vehicles of other categories, and there are lots of reasons why people love them so much. I'd like to get a closer look at this hatchback, can you tell me the make and model?
A doormat is a flat, usually rectangular, object placed immediately outside or inside the entrance to a house or other building, to allow people to easily scrub or wipe the soles of their shoes before entering. Doormats are usually made from tough, long-lasting material such as coir, palm fibres and stalks, nylon, rubber, cloth, or aluminium and other metals. A doormat may also be known as a welcome mat, as its location at an entrance constitutes a "welcome" to visitors, and may therefore also bear some word, message or sign of greeting. This in turn has given rise to a subculture of cartoons featuring characters returning home to find a humorous message on the doormat.
catostrophic bridge failure in japan
Bravo-class submarine. Project 690 Kefal
i love me some bubbles
animatronic Shark Swimming under water
it's not delivery it's de'struggle
so what's your excuse?
Eric Lee Entices Us With “Free Bird Seed” In Chicago
First female enlisted pilot graduates EPIC program at JBSA-Randolph
Fears grow for Sinead O'Connor after singer posts video saying she is alone and suicidal living in a Travelodge
Service Dog protects my head during Seizure
the 100 greatest props in movie history, and the stories behind them
parking in rear
we should all be so happy with our lives as dogs are
M45C Quadmount 50 cal 'Meat Chopper' in action
Principal-turned-stripper gets 32 years for killing cop in DUI
Orsi Kocsis Simply Nude
Leilani Dowding Nip Slip While Walking her Dog
Asia Amour for Zishy
Beautiful brunette playing with her big tits
|August 8, 2017|
The Louis Vuitton brand and the LV monogram are among the world's most valuable brands, right after Gillette and before Wells Fargo. The brand itself is estimated to be worth over $19 billion. For six consecutive years, Louis Vuitton was number one of the ten most powerful brands list published by the Millward Brown Optimor's 2011 BrandZ study with value of $24.3 billion. It was more than double the value of the second ranking brand. Louis Vuitton is one of the most counterfeited brands in the fashion world due to its image as a status symbol. Ironically, the signature Monogram Canvas was created to prevent counterfeiting. In 2004, Louis Vuitton fakes accounted for 18% of counterfeit accessories seized in the European Union.
The Trocadero, site of the Palais de Chaillot, is an area of Paris, France, in the 16th arrondissement directly across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower. The place was named in honour of the Battle of Trocadero, in which the fortified Isla del Trocadero, in southern Spain, was captured by French forces led by the Duc d'Angoulême, son of the future king, Charles X, on August 31, 1823. France had intervened on behalf of King Ferdinand VII of Spain, whose rule was contested by a liberal rebellion. After the battle, the autocratic Spanish Bourbon Ferdinand VII was restored to the throne of Spain. The square is officially named Place du Trocadero et du 11 Novembre, although it is usually simply called the Place du Trocadero.
Well, the Aberdeen Photo Lab has lost a little bit of its luster, but it's still at 45 Gordon Street AB11, UK. Toby
Hi Ernie, It looks like the the looovely lassie is posing in front of 45 Gordon St, Aberdeen, Scotland. Aberdeen Photo Lab has fallen on tough times, another victim of the digital age. - John
Counting exports alone, the year 2014 saw worldwide shoewear sales reach $60.4 billion, with total sales, including domestic and retail sales, being much higher. The European continent led the way in the highest dollar value in leather shoe exports, which reached $29.2 billion there in 2014. European footwear products are highly sought after, both within the EU and global markets, due to their quality, design, and style. Can you identify the brand of shoes she's trying on? Seriously, I don't recognize it at all so I'm guessing it's European?
A flight suit is a full body garment, worn while flying aircraft such as military airplanes, gliders and helicopters. These suits are generally made to keep the wearer warm, as well as being practical (plenty of pockets), and durable (including fire retardant). Its one piece appearance is usually similar to a jumpsuit. A military flight suit may also show rank insignia, and it is sometimes used as a combat uniform in close quarters battle or visit, board, search, and seizure situations, for its practicality.
The touristy beetle is at the Playaland souvenir shop in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, Nick S.
It was'nt hard finding the locations, but to actually see the VW at the new Playaland on 5th avenue in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, you need to use the orange dot for the Gallery Boutique and then exit to the street. Rick
Scion is a discontinued marque of Toyota that started in 2003, designed as an extension of its efforts to appeal towards younger customers. The Scion brand primarily featured sports compact vehicles, a simplified "pure price" model, and eschewed trim levels in favor of offering a single trim for each vehicle with a range of factory and aftermarket options for buyers to choose from to personalize their vehicle. Immediately prior to its demise, Scion had five models, among which was the the second-generation Scion xB, a 5-door box-shaped compact wagon sold as the Toyota Corolla Rumion in the Japanese market. DIFFICULT ONE: Any wild chance you might be able to figure out where this one was parked?
Squid is eaten in many cuisines; the culinary name calamari is often used for squid dishes from the Mediterranean, notably fried squid. There are many ways to prepare and cook squid, with every country and region having its own recipes. Fried squid appears in Mediterranean cuisine. In Lebanon, Syria and Armenia, it is served with a tarator sauce. In New Zealand, Australia and South Africa, it is sold in fish and chip shops. In North America, it is a staple in seafood restaurants, and often served as a bar snack or appetizer in chain restarants such as Chilis.
27 Ecstatic Shelter Dogs On Their Way Home For The First Time
panoramic photo disasters
this woman is in heaven
oh yes, yes it most certainly is
Runaway German schoolgirl, 16, faces execution for joining ISIS
yeah i'm here for my interview
1977 Plymouth Fury taxi 7 with ORIGINAL MILES
if you're going to fail, do so spectacularly
Bitten teen's dad films Brighton Beach sea fleas enjoying a meal of fresh meat
Motorcycle Chick on meth
Awesome frisbi jetski trickshots.
light houses for sale yo!
well, they say people start to look like their pets
USS Ronald Reagan crew help in the garden of war widow Aubrey Mead
Plane crashes into car when trying to take off from Chechen road
sexy Random Photos 489
girls in the kitchen 18
Part Deux of Selena Gomez Braless in Paris
brooke b in and out of a pink robe
Charlotte - Tits popping out of her sports bra
when god gives you a second chance
|August 7, 2017|
As the ancient Tibetan Philosophy states "Don't start none, won't be none."
A new report shows fewer Americans own a car with manual transmission let alone know how to operate one. And there appear to be a number of reasons for it. The report from U.S. News and World Report show only 18 percent of drivers know how to operate a stick shift. It says that because of advancements in automatic transmissions and fuel economy, only about 5 percent of vehicles sold in the US today come with a stick shift; that's down from 25 percent of cars in 1987. The third pedal is also bad for re-sale value, on average selling for $2,000 less than cars with automatic transmissions.
Since many livestock are herd animals, they were historically driven to market "on the hoof" to a town or other central location. During the period after the American Civil War, the abundance of Longhorn cattle in Texas and the demand for beef in Northern markets led to the implementation of the Old West cattle drive. The method is still used in some parts of the world. Truck transport is now common in developed countries. Local and regional livestock auctions and commodity markets facilitate trade in livestock. In other areas, livestock may be bought and sold in a bazaar, such as may be found in many parts of Central Asia, or in an informal flea market-type setting.
YOU MUST FIND: the Aberdeen Photo Lab on Streetview.
The Gunman is a 2015 action thriller film directed by Pierre Morel and written by Don Macpherson, Pete Travis and Sean Penn, based on the novel The Prone Gunman (French title: La position du tireur couché) by Jean-Patrick Manchette. It stars Penn, with Idris Elba, Ray Winstone, Mark Rylance, and Javier Bardem appearing in supporting roles. The film is about Jim Terrier (Penn), a mercenary who assassinates the Minister of Mining of the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2006 on orders from multinational mining companies. Eight years after Terrier has retired from mercenary work, he and the people close to him become the targets of hit squads sent by a powerful multinational security firm, and he must fight to stay alive. The film was released on March 20, 2015 by Open Road Films. It was a box office bomb, grossing just $24 million against its $40 million budget.
Hey Ernie. That is probably a 2004 Acura RSX. That was the last year of the flat tail lights. The 05 and 06 had raised circles on the tail lights and the dark blue wasn't an option. Keep up the good work. Burke.
I was able to locate these concrete barriers on Ctra. Iqueste de San Andres, between El Suculum & Las Gaviotas, Tenerife Island, Spain. Sometimes google earth placemarks seem to hang in the air for me when I load them, I hope this one will work if the other one did not. I think its called Play de Las Teresitas, also a few 360 degree pictures. RJ
YOU MUST FIND: this touristy photo op Beetle on Streetview.
Sangria is an alcoholic beverage of Spanish origin. A punch, the sangria traditionally consists of red wine and chopped fruit, often with other ingredients such as orange juice or brandy. Little is known about its origins, but according to the SAGE Encyclopedia of Alcohol, sangria's origins "cannot be pinpointed exactly, but early versions were popular in Spain, Greece, and England." Sangria recipes vary widely, with many regional distinctions. Traditional recipes feature red wine mixed with fruits, such as pineapple, peaches, nectarines, berries, apples, pears, or melon, sweetened with sugar and orange juice. Spanish Rioja red wine is traditional. Sangria blanca (sangria with white wine) is a more recent innovation. For sangria blanca, Casas recommends dry white wines such as a Rueda, Jumilla, or Valdepenas.
this is what eye cancer looks like
Fleeing ISIS Fighters Dress As Women To Avoid Capture
92-year-old veteran attacked while protecting American flag
those aren't apehangers. THESE are apehangers
Someone Called This Girl's Japanese Tea Party Racist
MMA Fighter Takes on Security Guards
just doing some situps
See what the internet was doing ten years ago
A squirrel with a pew pew laser in space.
nah, having money won't change me
Gutted Tesla trolls the Streets
this guy takes his legos very seriously
for your bathroom
Ex-Dolphins Cheerleader Who Is a Passionate Trump Supporter Divorces Democrat Husband Over Politics
drunk assholes drinking beer and sinking boats
Lacey on FTV Girls
Cherry Blush Office Downblouse
Zoey Modeling a Thong
Ana Braga Hits the Beach in Mesh One Piece
Kelly Hall is a Pinup Hitch Hiker!
Sexy blonde amateur tara babcock on Web
|August 4, 2017|
The average American eats 2.2 snacks per day and gets one-quarter of his total calories from snacks, according to the USDA. Snacks can have a big impact on your health because they make up such a large portion of your diet. Snacking on junk food can lead to weight gain and other health problems, but healthy snacks can be beneficial. Nutrient-dense foods help you meet recommended intake levels of nutrients and food group servings. For example, the Department of Health and Human Services states that the average American eats less than 60 percent of the suggested amount of whole grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy products and seafood. You can work toward achieving these goals with snacks such as tuna on whole-grain crackers, fresh fruit and cut vegetables with yogurt.
Leonard Nimoy, who portrayed Vulcan science officer Spock, conceived the Vulcan nerve pinch maneuver in the early days of the original Star Trek series. The script for “The Enemy Within” stated that Spock knocks out Captain Kirk's duplicate with a punch, but Nimoy felt that such a brutal action would be undignified for a Vulcan. He therefore invented an alternative by suggesting that Vulcans have the ability to project telepathic energy from their fingertips similar to "the Vulcan Mind Meld", which, if applied to a nerve cluster correctly, could render a human unconscious. Allegedly, the director of the episode did not understand the idea when Nimoy explained it to him, but William Shatner understood immediately and reacted in exactly the way Nimoy had hoped when they executed the move during filming, explaining that it would be similar to "feeling an electrical charge." From then on, the pinch was referred to as the "FSNP", for "Famous Spock Nerve Pinch", in Star Trek's scripts.
The Class B-9-M-3 General Utility Non-Theorizing Environmental Control Robot was a fictional character in the television series Lost in Space. Although a machine endowed with superhuman strength and futuristic weaponry, he often displayed human characteristics, such as laughter, sadness, and mockery, as well as singing and playing the guitar. With his major role often being to protect the youngest member of the crew, Robot's catch phrase was "Danger! Danger! Will Robinson", accompanied by waving his arms. Find this tower that looke like a B9M3-GUNTEC Robot.
Ernie, I believe I found your old busted ass Mercedes parked at the three way intersections of Biebova, Na Skalce, and Na Doubkove, in Prague. Keep fighting ghe good fight. Jeff
I replied to this a couple times. Being China there is no street view only these pictures in the area. Yes I can find this phone booth, just not where it should be, in the U.K. but in China. Now the sign on the building makes sense, it says "Thames Town", here are some pictures of the phone booth, The former Shanghai mayer Chen Liangyu (2002-2003) came up with the idea of turning suburban areas into satellite towns. And iIn case no one found this white house it's at Playa de las Vistas, there is a good 360 view from the beach but the house looks different. Rick
The University of Oregon is a public flagship research university in Eugene, Oregon. Founded in 1876, the institution's 295-acre campus is situated along the Willamette River. The University of Oregon is a member of the Pac-12 Conference and the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision of the NCAA. The athletic programs have garnered 28 NCAA team championships, as well as 60 NCAA individual champions in various track and field events. The strength of the track program, as well as its connection to Nike, has made Eugene known as "Track Town, USA". The two primary rivals of the Oregon Ducks football team are the Washington Huskies and the Oregon State Beavers. The football rivalry with Oregon State University, known as the "Civil War", is one of the nation's oldest. Every year, the two teams face off in the last game of the regular season.
Target Corporation is the second-largest discount store retailer in the United States, behind Walmart, and a component of the S&P 500 Index. It suffered from a massive and highly publicized security breach of customer credit card data and the failure of its short-lived Canadian subsidiary in the early 2010s but experienced revitalized success with its expansion in urban markets within the United States. As of 2017, Target operates 1,806 stores throughout the United States so while I don't expect you to find which store, I do expect you to be able to identify the make/model/generation car did she drive to do a little shopping at Target.
five baby squirrels all tethered together by their tails wrapped and tangled around a tree branch.
so i heard you like really hard landings
Comedian Puts Up Fake Signs All Over His City
steve orwin's daugher is as batshit crazy as he was
why little puppy, woy would they induce vomit?
annnnnd i'm taking her home
Agawam Fapjuicer Selling $75 Worth Of EBT For $50 While Flashing $100 Bills, Driving Stolen Cars, And Robbing Tip Jars At Pizza Shop
Despacito With Snoring
Cops claim they are powerless to arrest naked women harassing tourists in Times Square 'because most of them are illegal immigrants'
stop making fun of my dodge neon
How Volvo Lost The Plot
this is how much fun you can have with a dog
I Cook For My Husband Using Menstrual Blood
Plane lands on Sunrise Highway Yapank
hot girl nikki simms poses for you
carne amateur: cute_casper
Trinity Moore gets naked
the beach spy part 160
ester dee boob slip red dress launch party
Hot babe with her cute toy
Hot Christina Model - Green Tool
|August 3, 2017|
A shackle is a U-shaped piece of metal secured with a clevis pin or bolt across the opening, or a hinged metal loop secured with a quick-release locking pin mechanism. The term also applies to handcuffs and other similarly conceived restraint devices that function in a similar manner. Shackles are the primary connecting link in all manner of rigging systems, from boats and ships to industrial crane rigging, as they allow different rigging subsets to be connected or disconnected quickly. D-shackles are narrow shackles shaped like a loop of chain, usually with a threaded pin closure. The small loop can take high loads primarily in line, while side and racking loads may twist or bend a D-shackle.
A lint roller or lint remover is a roll of one-sided adhesive paper on a cardboard or plastic barrel that is mounted on a central spindle, with an attached handle. The device facilitates the removal of lint or other small fibers from most materials such as clothing, upholstery and linen. Invented in 1956 by Nicholas McKay, a lint roller enables fast 360 degree rotation, which facilitates the easy removal of unsightly fiber, often animal hair. Lint rollers can be purchased in many sizes, from pet stores, supermarkets and online. Once expended, the roll can typically be replaced with a refill roll.
Mercedes-Benz launched the first generation M-Class in in the United States for the 1998 model year, with sales beginning that September. It is a mid-sized body-on-frame SUV with seating for five, or seven with an optional third-row seat. The M-Class was the first luxury SUV to feature electronic stability control, a system designed to detect loss of control and instantaneously intervene with selective braking to bring the vehicle back on its intended course. The ML 320 was sold internationally, with the "320" suffix alluding to the 3.2-litre V6 engine. Show me where this first gen ML320 was parked.
Your Planet Fitness gym is at the NE corner of the intersection of E. 71st Street and Riverside Dr. in Tulsa. The picture is taken from the west, facing east, just north of the edge of the river bridge on the RiverParks bike trail. Continuing our tour of Tulsa, the classic red phone booth (July 21 or earlier; sorry I don't visit as frequently as I used to) is at Utica Square, a high-end shopping center at 1700 E. 21st Street. I thought it looked familiar, but wasn't too sure until I saw the Planet Fitness challenge from today. Jon
In the American greeting card industry, the demand is definitely there, to the tune of an estimated $7-8 billion a year. Yet in this market, Hallmark and American Greetings loom as large as Coca-Cola and Pepsi do in the soft drink industry. Competition isn't just fierce — major competitors define the market. So learning about the greeting card industry is essential for someone thinking about making and selling their own handmade greeting cards. While someone who is just selling the odd card or two to family and friends might not need to know about industry trends, anyone who is serious about starting and growing a handmade card business should carefully research the market before launching.
I know this one is a long shot, because I couldn't find any more associated photos and there don't seem to be many clues, but any chance of finding these concrete blocks? You're daisy if ya do. Also, still no joy on this red phone booth, though!
Greetings Young Master Ernest, The pretty lady at the bike shop is selling Kryptonics skateboard parts. Kryptonics, not Kryptronics. Keep up the good stuff, and good luck w/the drywall patch job. Gravdigr
Hey big Ern, rather than the software firm Kryptronics, the package behind the blonde actually appears to be a product by Kryptonics, who were the biggest name in skateboard wheels from the 70's thru 90's..Tore through several sets myself way back in the wonder years.. Anyway, they started out in the 60's making polyurethane products for the mining and computer industry and judging from the retro packaging of the other items hanging next to it, my guess is it is possibly something from that era..Just a guess. Cheers brother!! John
There is a reported association between elevated risk of childhood leukemia and proximity to resdiential power lines, but failed to clarify whether the observed association is causal or coincidental. Some scientists have argued the physical impossibility of any health effect due to weak ambient levels of EMFs, while others maintain that the potential health risks of high tension power lines should not be dismissed even though the evidence remains equivocal and contradictory.
Gruesome images show Samurai sword attack injuries
For sale: Maine farm with barn that inspired 'Charlotte's Web'
holy McDonalds batman, it's grimace in real life
VR slide experience on top of the UK's tallest building and it was absolutely terrifying.
this is going to make for one awkward phonecall
Photographic Series Shows What Happens When You Stop Drinking
is this car awesome or not? i am undecided.
Watching A Paver Laying Machine At Work Is Just Unbelievably Satisfying
some douchebag painted his delorean
TK-208 'Dmitry Donskoy" arrival in Kronshtadt
I re-watched The Simpsons and charted its decline.
sidecar dogs are awesome
World's LARGEST NERF GUN!!
the look after a long night
Amateur submitted nude photos of girl with tattoos
Lacey Getting Undressed
isla brown clean on me
Hitomi's Colossal Tits
Selena Santana Outdoor Nakedness
her airplane tattoo really sells it
extremefuse is very NSFW
|August 2, 2017|
A pogo stick is a device for jumping off the ground in a standing position, through the aid of a spring, or new high performance technologies, often used as a toy, exercise equipment or extreme sports instrument. It consists of a pole with a handle at the top and footrests near the bottom, and a spring located somewhere along the pole. The spring joins two sections of the pole, which extends below the footpads. The jumper places his feet on the footpads while balancing on the pole, then jumps up or down with a bending action of the knees to add or subtract energy in the spring. When the spring is at full compression or extension, the jumper is lifted by the recoil of the spring, being launched several inches or feet into the air. This process is repeated to maintain a periodic bounce and the pogo stick can be steered by shifting one's weight off the centerline of the spring in the desired horizontal direction thus producing horizontal locomotion.
Native American Indians were a deeply spiritual people and they communicated their history, thoughts, ideas and dreams from generation to generation through Symbols and Signs such as the Kokopelli symbol. Kokopelli is a fertility deity of some Southwest Native American cultures. Kokopelli is usually depicted as a hunchbacked, dancing flute player. Kokopelli is often depicted with a large phallus and wearing antlers or horns on his head.
Kryptronic has been developing cutting edge ecommerce software since 1999. The company started life as a small web development firm in Baltimore, Maryland (USA). Services provided to both nationally known and local clients included Kryptronics' full site software and graphic development, Internet site hosting and ongoing support. Seeing how they're a tech company, I presume they're not responsible for this package on the wall for sale. Any ideas what this may be?
Hey Ernie, If you have a bag of weed and no way to fire it up, peddle your metrobike on over to 3rd Street in Los Angeles. Known as the "Bong District" all those stores across the street sell marijuana paraphernalia. Far out man! By the way, the girl in the picture is HOT!!! - John
Your bike rider is Amberleigh West?. She's in LA according to the photographer, @gregoriophotography Which makes it easy to find this. -Allen in Dallas.
Created in 1917 as a non-skid basketball shoe, the All Star was originally promoted for its superior court performance by basketball mastermind Chuck Taylor. But over the decades, something incredible happened: The sneaker, with its timeless silhouette and unmistakable ankle patch, was organically adopted by rebels, artists, musicians, dreamers, thinkers and originals. With its classic silhouette, the maroon Chuck Taylor All Star is among the world's most iconic sneakers—an unmistakable symbol of everyday comfort and cultural authenticity.
Okay, kind of a softball for you folks still finding your legs on streetview/3d view... find me this white outhouse.
there are no winners in mercedes vs tractor
an A for quality of construction but f for site location
she looks so so happy
dashcam catches accident perfectly cynched with night ranger's sister christian
Former Air Force pilot to receive Silver Star for Iraq combat mission
UC San Diego seems nice
Man with DEVAST8 face tattoo reveals he's turned down FORTY-FIVE job offers after his desperate plea for work went viral
1990 Dodge RAM 150 2 Dr LE 4WD Standard Cab
Couple's ‘Dirty Dancing' lift goes terribly wrong
emotional moment when father finds out the murderer of his son isn't going to prison
One woman's creative solution to help homeless senior dogs live out their golden years
Ex-soldier who saved 200 in terror attack awarded George Cross medal
Stab victim medics reveal how London gangs try to maim their targets, not kill, and use screwdrivers and spoons to beat knife laws
nah he probably won't need to get it resized
Micaela Schaefer in Pasties and a Mustache for Christopher Street Day
Ariel Winter Picking her Daisy Dukes Out of her Ass
Fit babe rides the Sybian till she cums
Danniella Westbrook Topless in the Surf
the one finger selfie challenge
|August 1, 2017|
The Man With One Red Shoe is a 1985 American comedy film directed by Stan Dragoti and starring Tom Hanks and Dabney Coleman. It is a remake of a 1972 French film Le Grand Blond avec une chaussure noire starring Pierre Richard and Mireille Darc. The film was considered a box office disappointment. Released by 20th Century Fox in July 1985, it debuted at no. 7 at the box office its opening weekend and grossed just $8,645,411 over its short theatrical run. As such, a planned sequel, The Woman With One Red Shoe, never came to fruition.
Planet Fitness is an operator of fitness centers based in Hampton, New Hampshire. It has more than 1,400 clubs, making it one of the largest fitness club franchises by number of members and locations. It markets itself as a "Judgement Free Zone" that caters to novice and casual gym users and is reported to be the nation's fastest growing fitness center franchise. See if you can find that one, tough guy.
In 2003, a Celebration Edition package was added in recognition of Buick LeSabre's centennial. The Celebration Edition featured all the standard equipment of the Limited with a choice pearlescent White Diamond or Crimson Pearl tricoat paint schemes, a blacked-out grille, 16" chrome wheels, and special badging. Other features optional or standard on the LeSabre included Stabilitrak, OnStar, EyeCue heads-up display, all-weather traction control, automatic load-leveling, side airbags, tire pressure monitoring system, heated seats, dual-zone climate control, and RainSense automatic windshield wipers. Although created to commemorate Buick's centennial in 2003, the package remained available in 2004 and 2005.
Old and busted: crab vs delta-p. The new hotness: shark vs delta-p.
Ernie, Looks like your Piper aircraft is currently in Lynchburg, VA. Jason M.
Looks like your Piper Saratoga last landed in Lynchburg, VA on 14 June 2017 at 17:51 EDT and unless someone put it on a truck and drove it someplace else, it should still be there. Andrew
Ernie, Golfers are gripping their shafts while watching the lovely lady at the 421 Par-4, First Hole of The Boulders Golf Club in Carefree, Arizona. Respectfully, Chris
Looks to be the Boulders Golf Club, Carefree, Arizona, South Course, Hole #1. RJ
The Metro Bike Share system features hundreds of bikes available 24/7, 365 days a year in Downtown Los Angeles, the Port of LA, Pasadena, and Venice. Metro Bike Share offers convenient round-the-clock access to a fleet of bicycles for short trips and to get to transit on your schedule. Metro Bike Share is an additional public transportation option for Angelenos and visitors to get around. See if you can find that one, tough guy.
Sweet Bird of Youth is a 1959 play by Tennessee Williams which tells the story of a gigolo and drifter, Chance Wayne, who returns to his home town as the companion of a faded movie star, Alexandra Del Lago, whom he hopes to use to help him break into the movies. The main reason for his homecoming is to get back what he had in his youth: primarily, his old girlfriend, whose father had run him out of town years before. The play was written for Tallulah Bankhead, a good friend of Tennessee. After 26 years, Sweet Bird of Youth appeared in London's West End. It opened on July 8, 1985 at the Haymarket Theatre in a production directed by Harold Pinter and presented by impresario Douglas Urbanski it starred Lauren Bacall and Michael Beck with James Grout and David Cunningham. This production later transferred to Los Angeles under the direction of Michael Blakemore.
bird's eve view of russia's last typhoon SSBN
100 degrees in texas and this dog was tied up with no food, water, or shelter
she's got great balance
Airbus A400M Combat Takeoff
whoever's wife calls first has to pay the bill
replacing the propeller shaft n the USCGC hollyhock
batshit crazy Maxine Waters Goes Crazy in Congress, Repeats Herself 14 Times
this dog enjoys her mud baths
5-year-old heart transplant recipient Ari Schultz dies
Chris McVeigh Designer, builder and professional geek with a passion for Lego.
Narcan used to save dog who accidentally ate 25 painkillers
why it's important not to skip leg day
B.C. boater called 'hero of the day' for spraying grass fire with his jet boat
Michelle Heaton leaves followers in shock as she shares graphic workout video
sexy random photos 488
unknown very happy girl
Nina cute teen from Russia shows off her natural body
How many objects can this teen slut fit in her snatch?
Bailey Knox in Legalita
can you spot the white cadillac?
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