Joe died in a fire and his body was burned pretty badly. The morgue needed someone to identify the body, so they sent for his two best deer hunting friends, Cooter and Guber. The three men had always hunted and fished together and were long
On security, an anecdote from real life™. Local police were baffled by a spate of house break-ins where items were taken with no sign of break and entry from numerous residences. They published an appeal in the local daily rag, stating their bafflem
Originally Posted By: AusMac Tip; relates to something you said in the post above. I rather assumed as much.. ..also that it MIGHT be related to your stolen ute.. ..but even enlarged, couldn't make it out.
true dat scarier still on a less expensive "Straight Shackle" Lock all it takes is a well-placed blow with a rubber mallet to pop it as far as locks go yes.. just the ILLUSION Of Security.. ..I lurv reminding folks that 90% of the time t
Makes watching movies fun. The Cinemax super action series, Strike Back. Is a case in point https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strike_Back_(TV_series) Currently they are starting their final season. I'm catching up on the last season. The shows have
I've seen at least 2 men take one off the helmet in the time I've been watching for this past week. doano how many off the point of the unpadded elbow or unpadded thigh, (or toe/shoulder/wrist/chest..) yup there goes Cel ::::::::::::::::::::::::::
+1 +movie formats are made to tell a scripted story within a given amount of time.. they can't afford to allow plot-lag no more than "dead air" is allowed during a radio broadcast. iow if the character is SUPPOSED to break into whatever
In the movies as we all know, it is a set up. They don't actually pick the locks. A lock picker only gets fast at locks that have been practised on often. Once the lock style is known the process can be speeded up. Any new lock will take longer to l
Originally Posted By: Celandine ..during which time they're tumbling, dashing after, and being bruised & battered (including lots of broken fingers (Most fielding positions don't wear gloves or protective gear) by THESE THINGS Quote:Cric
Originally Posted By: RebootA five day game? How long does a day last. I know it all depends on the overs but how many hours per day on the average for a five day or 3 day game? It's definitley a marathon and not a sprint. You've heard the old
Originally Posted By: DLCOther than WiFi Sense… what other great NEW features does it have? Anything Apple should be concerned with ?That thought had to be a moment of weakness. Quote:Is there a Windows 9 ?Nope, they skipped 9 and went straight to
What do you get? Me, I totally love the whiplash. I just can't listen to the same thing over and over regardless of artist or genre. Seriously, the last three for me? Can't make it up, peeps. Dwight Yokum - 1000 Miles Prince - When Doves Cry Dan H
my kid brother started picking locks as a kid just because he's a nosy parker. started picking old desk drawer locks just to rifle around and see what folks were trying to hide. he eventually acquired a set of picks.. he's still a nosy s.o.b.. no..
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