PIXELSURGEON | Reviews He Man & the Masters of the Universe
I blame Filmation.
The Progressive Magazine: Santorum’s People Toss Young Women out of Barnes & Noble, Trooper Threatens Them with Prison
I need the eye protector in of the Ignition Person! One for protects my eye opposition more news story either the post or the table of contents about the Ignition Person. I and need some sound cancellations the earphone, and generally the blocker of nerve for the absorption which remaining sensations did not absorb in Ignition Person overloading. Hope-fully they look also coolly.
Am also needing ticket!
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) – Gasoline prices in the United States, which have recently hit record highs, are actually much lower than in many countries. Drivers in some European cities, like Amsterdam and Oslo, are paying nearly 3 times more than those in the U.S.
The main factor in price disparities between countries is government policy, according to AirInc, a company that tracks the cost of living in various places around the world. Many European nations tax gasoline heavily, with taxes making up as much as 75 percent of the cost of a gallon of gasoline, said a spokesperson for AirInc.
After 20 years of safeguarding the
Guild’s finances, retiring treasurer
Pam Brown handed over the fiscal
reins to new treasurer Valerie Nelson
recently. The Guild’s bank account at
West America Bank was to be
transferred to a West America Bank
branch close to the new treasurer in
Yountville. But times have changed
since Pam first took charge of the
money, and transferring the account to
a new branch brought the Guild under
the watchful eye of Homeland
Security. As of this writing the
Guild’s finances are still frozen in
spite of having provided the bank
with a copy of Guild bylaws, a roster
of our officers and a copy of our
minutes. Negotiating past deadlines
and threats of account termination,
Valerie has struggled to meet
government demands for information.
local6.com – News – X-Rays Of Strange Items In Kids’ Stomachs Amaze Doctors
I’m testing the Amazonian waters.
These goals compete against one another: I would be happy to get rid of things, and I would be happy to get a modicum of money for these items…. but once I start listing them, I start to want more and MORE money. Some items I refuse to accept the lowest amount they are available for, and other items I happily undercut other sellers. Happy medium? We shall seee.
And, remember: books are the gift of knowledge that keeps on giving so they can fish for a lifetime! or something mangled like that.
Posers. Wanna-bes. Small-thinkers.
But us — we’re in the big-time, baby!
For $50 cheap US dollars (at current exchange rates, that’s practically nothing!) I will name a body part (my choice, or in consultation) after you, or after the words or phrase of your choice (not obscene; my discretion).
What a deal!
Can’t go wrong!
No, there will be no tatoos involved, but you WILL receive a handsome certificate, signed by moi, and suitable for framing.
Plus, the satisfaction of knowing that, somewhere, there is a body part named by you that does not belong to an ex-lover.
Personal checks, Pay-Pal and barter accepted.
Please note: I have lost weight since the photo was taken, and look much more robust and handsome at present. What a deal!
I have redacted certain letters of the above title, all of which are very plainly visible in large, bold, all-capped irate letters on the page in question.
New Scientist SPACE – Breaking News – Super-cold X-ray instrument loses its cool
The coldest instrument ever to fly into space has unexpectedly lost its liquid helium coolant – rendering it useless. The mishap occurred just a month after it was launched on a Japanese X-ray satellite on 10 July 2005.
The instrument, called the X-ray Spectrometer (XRS), was one of three X-ray detectors to launch aboard Japan’s Astro-E2 mission. The mission has since been renamed Suzaku.
On the difficulties of displaying poetry on the web, or in eReaders.
Charles Platt was suspicious of Nickled and Dimed, so he decided to work at WalMart.