I like the remodeled Motel 6s, personally.
All enlisted sailors can wear gold service stripes after 12 years of service. This is a great photo, as well, IMHO, but I wish it reflected more diversity.
I was active duty Army from 1984 to 1990. Got out as a sergeant, E-5. Duty was rough in those days: you really had to scrape a lot of icing off the cake to be able to enjoy it.
I am an expert on Pyrex since I’ve watched them make it on “How It’s Made.” Also, this is a remarkably well written and interesting article with lots of links.
Also, Spring Fever has struck my 8th graders.
This oven won’t get as hot as it’s supposed to. I had one repair guy out who says the thermostat is bad. I’m confident I can handle installing a new one. But it’s a $200 part and I want to ensure that I’m not wasting that money. Anybody who can advise?
And if she doesn’t serve it by the 29th, she’ll get suspended for two days and when she returns, she’ll still owe the time.
I’d painted over the silver FedEx with some black paint, but the paint didn’t stick to the reflective FedEx silkscreen ink. So I had this patch made by a woman in Ukraine that I found on Etsy. She did some other patches for me as well. I used Gorilla Clear Grip contact cement because I did not want to sew through the…
These came with a 4-speed manual transaxle as standard equipment. This one has the optional three-speed automatic. I always liked these: sedan proportions, but smaller.
Viable candidate? I’d like to know what you think. He’s raised a bunch of money all of a sudden...
They are nuclear-holocaust hot.
The system would also pivot the stabilizer that much [2.5 degrees] repeatedly as long as data inputs indicated the aircraft was about to stall, regardless of the pilots’ strenuous efforts to overpower the system. In the October Lion Air crash, which killed 189 people, the flight data recorder counted the captain…
For Saint Patty’s Paddy’s Day because it’s green.
My close friend owns a full service repair shop and for a steak-n-eggs brekkie on a consistent basis as a retainer, he helps me troubleshoot and do work on a lift in his shop. He has this beautiful ratchet. I know I’m a geek when I find a ratchet beautiful. Not very common on Ebay, and about $50 used.
What’s interesting to me is that if you read this story on AVWeb — which got hacked today and is still recovering — they say “nose-down,” where the “mainstream” media, like LA Times, says “set to dive.” Farbeit from the media to hype something up or be other than objective...