September 2010 Blog Posts (30)

10 razões para usar travertino pool pavimentação

Existem muitas opções diferentes para pavimentação de piscina. Alguns são muito baratos, como o concreto. Outros são bastante caros, tal como definida na argamassa de pedra natural. Todos eles têm suas vantagens e desvantagens. No entanto, travertino pavers tem muitos atributos, particularmente em torno de um pool.



Aqui estão as vantagens e as razões que eles devem ser considerados altamente.



1. Travertino pavers são frio ao toque. Isso significa que, quando você anda… Continue

Added by firguchi on September 30, 2010 at 2:48am — No Comments

Tea

We had a kettle; we let it leak:

Our not repairing made it worse.

We haven't had any tea for a week...

The bottom is out of the…
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Added by Cameron Pearson on September 29, 2010 at 12:25am — 4 Comments

Hedges of Hahn

When the work of the week is put away…

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Added by Jeff Newberry on September 28, 2010 at 10:59pm — No Comments

Not Impressed...

The levels of strength to which modern day gym-goers aspire to is terribly pathetic. Having a 315 squat, 225 bench press, and a 405 deadlift are starting points – not feats of giants. Even still, most guys can barely handle half those amounts. Well, maybe not on the bench where everyone seems to be a stud. Anyways, who decided to set the bar so low? I see 13.1 stickers stuck to the back of soccer mom’s minivans on the…

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Added by jameson on September 28, 2010 at 3:22pm — 4 Comments

Considering a change in my automotive stable

This past weekend, I was able to accomplish some (but by no means all) of my long-delayed automotive maintenance needs. I ran the 'Rover up to full operating temperature and exercised the clutch, all while enjoying that peculiarly British scent of warm 90-weight gear oil and overheated electrical insulation. I have made a credible start to my rewiring project in order to make it road-legal for the upcoming winter months, and we should also be ready for new Deep Bronze Green paint by the end…

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Added by Alexsander Mausheim on September 27, 2010 at 12:30pm — 7 Comments

A portrait of Old England - Week Two: Holland & Holland





Holland and Holland is a name synonymous with quality, craftsmanship and pure 'Britishness.' The brand began life as the brain child of Harris Holland the luxury firearm producer's founder and namesake. By the late 1800s, the brand had established itself in London and abroad, gaining popularity amongst shooters and collectors of established luxury gun brands such as Purdey, Boss and Lang &… Continue

Added by Cameron Pearson on September 27, 2010 at 1:00am — 2 Comments

Been a while

Life has been very busy lately, and I have not been able to spend any quality time here. This should change soon, & you will begin to see more of me again..

Added by James Murphy on September 26, 2010 at 10:58am — No Comments

Men - which pockets do you use for what?

As men, we tend to carry certain items in certain pockets when leaving the house each day.

For me, my cell phone has to go in my front left pocket, eye glasses cleaning rag in the front right, and drivers license and receipts neatly filed in the back right.

I don’t carry a wallet.

And no cramming the keys in any of my pants pockets.

Other items, such as mints or gum also go in the front right. Any special notes given to me throughout the day are filed…

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Added by Phillip Taylor on September 24, 2010 at 1:46pm — 2 Comments

A portrait of Old England - Week One: Fox Hunting

Every week i'd like to do a small profile, leading up to christmas, of a past-time that is quintessentially British. I'll post the first here on the forum, as of next Monday they will be found on my page.… Continue

Added by Cameron Pearson on September 20, 2010 at 6:40am — 2 Comments

Comic 002: The Nightmare

Added by Stephen Larsen on September 20, 2010 at 12:17am — No Comments

Comic 001: Blank and Max



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Added by Stephen Larsen on September 18, 2010 at 12:27pm — No Comments

His Bug is bugging my thing...

Added by Gregor Curry on September 15, 2010 at 8:55am — No Comments

Top 100

Has just entered in the top 100 ranking of posters on this site. Pride, lack of a job early on when I first discovered it, and a love of most of the posted discussions has kept me loving the site. AoM: don't ever go away~

Added by James Halcomb on September 13, 2010 at 1:24pm — 1 Comment

Together Through Life - a short review

I know some of you out there still love Bob Dylan – this is for you!





Forever, well since I could remember, I’ve held this mysterious, soft spoken and insecure man as something of a god of sorts in my musically frustrated heart. Is there any

songwriter in the world that can so honestly sing, like Dylan does? Forget

about singing, he’s preaching, man.…





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Added by Cameron Pearson on September 13, 2010 at 7:24am — 1 Comment

Roberto Carrillo Diaz Barriga (my grandfather) Febuary 2, 1910- September 11, 2010

Not so long ago I wrote about my grandfather, well it is a sad day today for my family and me as he passed away at 9:00 AM CST. After living 100 years 7 months and 9 days the day I dreaded, yet was mentally prepared for, has happened. Mind you I am not sad or grieving, but happy as he will now be rejoined with my grandmother. He lived a good and very long life and he will continue to live through the my generation and the next and the next. It will be very strange not to have him around… Continue

Added by Carlos Infante on September 11, 2010 at 3:19pm — 1 Comment

Here is a short story I published 2 years ago.

The following story was published on a creative writing site that is now defunct. I publish it here for posterity.


Added by Steve_J on September 9, 2010 at 3:00am — 3 Comments

thought on destiny

Determined to be who I'm meant to be and like a black smith forging metal , I will
forge my destiny until it's shape matches that of the key to door I'm
supposed to cross.

Gregory.j Estevez

September, 8 ,2010

Added by Greg on September 8, 2010 at 10:09pm — 1 Comment

Finding your perfect partner on the internet -if short, fat, and bald can do it, you can too

Ok… I’m not short.

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But there I was. Sitting on the patio framing the sun through my last glass of…

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Added by John Kay Wiggill on September 8, 2010 at 7:00pm — 2 Comments

How to take a break at work like a Man

Nobody can work continuously, all the time. And even if you

attempt it, your production will be lousy…
  • Sitting at the same desk and checking your email is Not a break!
  • Putting down the saw while you swig some Gatorade and call a supplier is Not a break!



We need real though temporary respites from the daily…

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Added by robert a konczal on September 8, 2010 at 11:49am — 4 Comments

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