Okay, you've mentioned this twice now. I'm not sure what the problem is. I enjoy stunning women putting on a great performance. What's wrong with that? There's still some big T flowing anyway. Originally Posted By: Celandineindeed but my point is no
iPhones 'disabled' if Apple detects third-party repairs. This is only in reference to fingerprint sensor/front display. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35502...source=facebook This is what an Apple spokesperson said: We protect fingerprint dat
Yeah, it's all pretty horrible. Think if the 2-block long crane and hit the buildings and sent all that debris falling down too, as well as harming people in the building. I think it's incredible that only one person was killed on the street at that
what I find horrifying is that the cars it smashed were all Still PARKED... it happened just at that time when people were JUST leaving for work. here these poor peeps.. still blinking sleep out of their eyes had hauled their butt out of a warm be
Quote:Thankfully that cantankerous lying woman won't be there! Man, you should have heard her (let's just call it) complaining about how 'rigged' everything is. grin But she's still 'clawing' to get in! ?? Hillary is showing up? LOLOL.. jk. I lik
Many famous images of the war were taken by Western photographers and news agencies, working alongside American or South Vietnamese troops. But the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong had hundreds of photographers of their own, who documented every facet
Quote:Hey just spun it around by hand. Like a bola. Nah.. I think it was a bit more than that. When I originally saw the video and read that he was bringing out a "making of" video, that's what told me it's more than just twirling it aroun
Consider the crane operator knew at one point that he was going to lose the thing and as it was falling it looks like he swung it away from the buildings and had it land directly in the street. Probably a lot more injured or killed if it hit several
Click. Hey just spun it around by hand. Like a bola. The video was all in slow mo so it would only take a few seconds of footage to make the whole two minute clip. It says in the link he's going to release a video of how he made it.
Ted caught the entire news report start to finish since New Jersey was caught in the same storm which caused his boss to text the workers to take a Snow Day. The report is correct in as much as the high-wind situation AND That The Snow Was An EXCEE
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