I have a few carburetor cars. Eleanor of course can be either. SS El Camino 454 and a 69 Hemi 472 with two fours. However my Callaway is fuel injected as my V12 AMG. But I do like the sound of the big block and a carb. You are right in this case. The dye products are history soon
Those lucky dogs. Probably had insider knowledge or something.
From what I've read about Rick, he will keep their noses to the grind stone until the job is done. Hopefully soon for all our sakes as cancer creeps around
The story is apocryphal, but it neatly captures the awe in which the Gurkhas have been held in the British army for generations. It's not just the British who admire the Gurkhas; Indian Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw famously said: "If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or is a Gurkha."
The parachute story has been doing the rounds for decades, but originated with Field Marshal William Slim, who between the wars was himself a Gurkha officer. He loved telling stories about their bravery. In his version, the Gurkhas are told they're to jump out at 300 feet, and the Havildar (sergeant) asks if they can jump closer to the ground, but it's explained to him that any lower than 300ft won't give their parachutes time to open. "Oh," replies the Havildar, "so we get parachutes, ?"no problem.
This is so predictable. New technology taking over for an old worn out technology. If dye were a colloidal micelle dispersion in the sub 100nm size range, then LS would have a challenger. However, dye is doing good to have particles in the micron range. Dye is like the old horse Tom Cruise tried to ride in Far and Away when he was involved in the Okla Land Rush. It fell over dead. Just too old.
Shorts are starting to feel as if they are pulling a loaded wagon up hill. Each day it slides back as their backs and arms ache. LS is the future proven by testing.
The bounty hunters thought they could take Josey down. It didn't happen. Shorts hate intelligent people that understand the need and value of advancing nano tech based ideas to help man live a healthier life. The closest dye comes to nanotechnology is having its name mentioned in testing where LS crushes dye.
Nanotechnology. That is what do and have since 1999. Its the future in all industries and sciences.
In 2007, the FDA issued its Nanotechnology Task Force Report in which nanotechnology is defined as the ability to measure, see, manipulate and manufacture things usually between one and 100 nanometers. Nano-size particles and is not a new term for colloids. Its an evolution in particle surface area, penetration abilities when applied in nanomeds.
There is a continuing and increasing interest in “nanotechnology” applications for the pharmaceutical industries, due to improved drug delivery and targeting. One estimate suggests that about 80% of the 2015 market in those industries will relate to nanotechnology
Amen brother. Life Is interesting indeed. Finished Why Nations Fail for the second time and Currency Wars. Free enterprise is key. Getting a dream bigger than the so called facts is paramount and Rick has it. He can pass it to his people, and as he does, good things will occur.
2010 it was what, one half billion via the DC Administration. Private enterprise is where the real game is played and the great ideas are born. Lets see what happens with NAVB and its pursuit of the small. Could be big.
The DSA Code of Ethics serves our consumers and sales representatives
As a proud member of the Direct Selling Association (DSA), The Pampered Chef® supports the DSA's “Code of Ethics,” a promise to uphold the highest standards of business practices. Pledging to abide by the Code’s standards and procedures is a condition of admission and continuing membership in the DSA. The Code speaks to both the consumer and seller. It ensures that statements made by member companies are honest and forthright.
Tex, did you forget Buffett owns the Pampered Chef. Lord son, you need to get that job back at Dairy Queen, which Warren owns that too.
If they don't have a buy back policy (HLF Does) and if they pay direct bonuses for recruiting others (HLF Doesn't) So let's see Ackman, your suppositions are now going to influence the FTC into changing the guidelines. Not hardly Bill. Fire Matt and hire the Raven back. You need help, better liars.