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... 8211; an outfit that is primarily
based out of Spring Grove, Penn., claims two hundred,000 associates and screened
a movie that requested God to “protect us from the homosexual agenda,” a person
wore what seemed to be pink scarf above his shoulder. “It’s our cape,” states
James Bascom, a spokesman for that group. “It’s a logo that captures our
admiration for chivalry and ...
... Obdii Female To 3 Banana as well as the iPod was enthusiastic by Steve Jobs's
love of songs. Place one more way, if Steve Work were not a music enthusiast,
Apple may possibly never have made the iPod and therefore would not be the
powerhouse it truly is these days. I would say which is some extent. But it's
such a blatantly obvious stage it's not well worth creating. The writer is just
... to town on this subject. A sample: [R]eports that
are truthful are more useful than those that are not; reports based on
assumptions and predictions are not as reliable as reports based on
observations; mark-to-market reports are based on observations; other methods of
accounting are based on assumptions or untimely measures of investments (e.g.,
cost); ergo, MTM accounting is superior to other ...
... every camping accessory you could possibly need for sale.
Between Yuma and El Centro there are geothermal energy plants and hot spas. We stopped at a hot spa where there are two pools and a sprinkler that take advantage of the hot water. A gentleman told us the water is 120F, quite toasty. Bertha told us that years ago these pools were clothing optional but now there’s a sign saying that bathing suits must be worn.
... upon sand dunes for miles and miles, as far as we could see. The dunes are part of the Jacumba Wilderness area in the BLM, Bureau of Land Management. This is undeveloped land that the federal government has set aside for the public to use. There were many RV's parked on these lands and there were people riding the sand dunes with their sand buggies and bikes. It looked like they were having a great time. On the south side of the highway about a mile away we could see the dark border ...