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Jerry Mael
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Another on the fly image while driving to work @ 60 mph.
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Locals hamming it up.
Liberty, Mo
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Well who wants to play a game of skate
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Priceless..
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ROFLMFAO
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The Persians had this figured out rather neatly.  The dome architecture you see in the middle east had a purpose.  As the sun heats the one side, the shaded side remains cool, causing air to circulate, keeping the occupants nicely cooled.  Courtyards were constructed to provide a shady spot on a sunny day in an arid and dry land where trees were few.  Later, wind catchers, towers with shaped designed to capture wind from any direction and route it under ground, over a pool in a lower chamber and up through the house made what we might call today an evaporative cooler - the first nature powered air conditioning.  We typically don't do these things today because we don't need to.  Could we?  You betcha, and probably more efficiently than 4000 years ago.  Could we use less electricity?  Yes.  Should we force people to (I ask rhetorically, in reference to the EU)?  Probably not.  Heat waves killed thousands in France several summers back because of mandatory power usage reductions.  For some, keeping cool isn't just about comfort, it's about survival.
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Latest build will start with this.
2006 Santa Cruz Jackal HT (note bottle opener on Left hanger!).
Ordered: RockShox XC 30 Gold TK fork, new wheel set, 89 gram stem, carbon riser bars and carbon spacers.
I do not know if I will go with 2.35 maxxis  or 2.10 Michelin tires, yet. Weight is the key so I may go with the Michelins.
It will be an SS with a tensioner.  Much cheaper than buying the 70.00 hangers at the moment (the tensioner and Woodman cartridge bearings came with the bike)
Stay tuned!
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This is where it all began for me and many others.
#powerslide  
A Fury Road of a different kind in Ratbag’s cult-favourite 1998 PC racer Powerslide.
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I don't know about calling it a Sim but is definitely the best arcade physics I have ever tried. The online code was still light years ahead of most games in 2010.
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Nature tops our tree for us
74mph gusts and 100 year old maple trees do not get along well.
How this tree did not harm the Grand Am (the one car I left parked there because it is soon headed to the scrapper) or damage the 115 year old house is beyond reasoning.
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The hand of God?
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This is not a drill....
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"A Rite Of Passage"
https://youtu.be/T0XK0AhyUxo
Since the new world order
Played upon our fears
Spreading accusations
Of radical ideas

The brotherhood of wisdom
Strength and dignity
Its rituals and secrets
Remain a mystery

Beneath an ever watchful eye
The angels of the temple fly

Turn the key
Walk through the gate
The great ascent
To reach a higher state
A rite of passage

The final stage
A sacred home
Unlock the door
And lay the corner stone
A rite of passage

Men of wealth and power
Influence and fame
Philosophers and leaders
All members of the trade

Bound by oath and honor
Like the rose and cross
An enigmatic union
Of esoteric thought

Beneath an ever watchful eye
The angels of the temple fly

Turn the key
Walk through the gate
The great ascent
To reach a higher state
A rite of passage

The final stage
A sacred home
Unlock the door
And lay the corner stone
A rite of passage

Turn the key
Walk through the gate
The great ascent
To reach a higher state
A rite of passage

The seven stars
The rising sun
A perfect world
Where new life has begun
A rite of passage
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How much fun can you afford?
#assettocorsa  
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Peace is not the absence of conflict but rather the ability to deal with conflict without using violence.
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    Awareness, 1961 - present
Handy location and always friendly service.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
First time. Great food /service. Prices are a bit high for a buffet (expect to pay around 35.00+ for 2 if you have anything but water to drink) They know their beef! We WILL return but not too soon.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Handy location. Deceptive food labeling and ingredients. Overpriced fries. I guess that would be 'average' for McD's
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reviewed 3 years ago
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Skip this one. One of THE worst non-corporate KFC's on the globe. I have given them 3 tries over 2 years. Never again. Of course, this sheds some bad light on the A&W in the same location.. so it goes.
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reviewed 3 years ago