Originally Posted By: NanaI looked at the large pic on my 27" screen. Really beautiful. I was amazed it came from a cell phone.21st Century technology has some pretty amazing stuff, ought to check it out sometime. j/k
Did it Friday. Got rid of the Portrait to Landscape bug in Safari on my 4S. Sometimes I had to toggle Portrait to Landscape to get it to go to Landscape. We'll see if the Messages bug is gone, when making a new message sometimes it said Unknown at th
Originally Posted By: Lea http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1l0xpkk0yaQ PS: I give up on trying to link to UTubes here anymore. Maybe I'm being punished for all those cherry pies. Totally. Not. Fair. LL I c your video.
What did those garments ever do yo your family???? Mr B... you can make a box with twisties and zip ties that you need a knife to get past... I know... my daughters Barbies can't be removed from package without serious effort. If they can't make a
Quote:who gave it to his grown son with which to shoot garments. Are the garments hanging on a rack or just folded neatly? Either way, doesn't seem very sporting -- you should at least give them, like, a five minute head start or something ;-) Gotta
I am betting that originally it had been in a case. That someone had taken it out , maybe the man who was shot but it was said he haddnt. Another shopper. A person wanting to hold it. An air gun like this came up on WOOT last year. I bought it. It
Originally Posted By: MacGizmoIF Walmart had BBGuns in a case. IF the kid wasn't waiving it around and pointing it at people. IF the kid wasn't pre-occupied talking on the phone for so long, he might have noticed the odd looks from other customers, a
People have the wrong impression of this country. Yes I agree it is corrupt like most other countries but every where you go here there are security guards in malls, banks, government offices and even check cashing locations.Perhaps the states should
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