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Hi All, Looking for some winter footwear advice from you fine gentlemen... last year I spent about a week bouncing around Europe in a pair of Red Wing classic moc boots kind of like these. I had a fantastic time, and while my feet stayed dry, they were miserable because of the weight and relative constriction after hours of walking around. This year, I'm taking off for a month to hit Turkey, Bulgaria and Romania, and while I don't necessarily want to get serious snow...
Quote: Originally Posted by Pennglock Kind of funny that the lasting impact of the "womens' reproductive rights" movement has been the killing of 160 million females? Actually, that's the lasting impact of thousands of years of patriarchy, asshole.
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Have a large Nau Urbane jacket that I need to sell... never been worn - bought this in a couple of sizes and missed the return date. Bought new in January from nau.com for $165, asking $110 shipped CONUS. Here's a link with better pics than I'm able to take: http://www.nau.com/mens/categories/j...et-015M01.html Awesome completely waterproof jacket that's great for cycling or other outdoor activities. The color is closer to a brown than a charcoal gray, that's...
Nau urbane jacket in carbon heather, NWT size large. Will post pics and measurements if anyone's interested. Great jacket, this was just the wrong size... totally water/wind proof, great for cycling. Color is a bit more chocolate than what you see on their site: http://www.nau.com/mens/categories/j...et-015M01.html Looking for $150 shipped CONUS.
I'm in the middle of invisalign right now, and barring any need for additional alignment, my treatment is top and bottom for 36 weeks ~ $5000, which includes all the tweaking and whitening at the end. Just about all the providers have a payment plan. Cheaper than my car payment every month, and worth every penny, AFAIC. Braces are cheaper though, from what I could tell, and if I was 22 instead of in my late 30's I'd go that route.
I think there's a tremendous gulf between how the administration's rhetoric is perceived and the reality on the ground. Pumping money into the coffers of the insurance industry, letting a corporate giant manage not only the cleanup of possibly the worst industrial accident in U.S. history, but the flow of information about it as well, and continuing a policy of paying off industry for their failures are not exactly how a socialist would handle things. We have two right...
Would it have anything to do with Britain's suppression of the Mau Mau rebellion during Churchill's time in office, or that Obama's grandfather was allegedly tortured by the Brits? Besides, the bust was loaned to GWB... Obama saying "nah, you guys can have it back" is quite a bit different from "ridding the White House of Churchill..."
Quote: Originally Posted by Mblova Okay, i'll bite. Where is it coming from then? From the wholesale fuel depot outside your town, and prior to that via a single pipe, or maybe tanker from the refinery... just like what you're buying at Shell, Exxon, or other branded stations. I'm a big fan of consumer action, but a large scale boycott of BP will have exactly two noticeable effects - innocent franchise owners will suffer, and boycott...
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/0..._n_592444.html Quote: President George W. Bush argued in 2004 that the best way to grow the U.S. economy was by waging war, according to former Argentine Prime Minister Néstor Kirchner. Kirchner, in a meeting with Bush, suggested that the United States replicate the successful nation-building strategy it implemented at the end of World War II. "And he stood up from his chair and got angry. He told me, 'A Marshall...
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