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A band on the brink of breaking through... or breaking up. From drinking and drugs to anger and depression, Rock Bottom explores bands on the verge of losing it all due to one member's problems. Tuesdays at 11pm/10c on Fuse.
7 Nov 2008
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A band on the brink of breaking through... or breaking up. From drinking and drugs to anger and depression, Rock Bottom explores bands on the verge of losing it all due to one member's problems. Tuesdays at 11pm/10c on Fuse.
13 Nov 2008
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Sole cleaning machine Shoe's bottom polishing machine
5 Feb 2009
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'The Most Nothing You'll Ever Do' It just maybe the quintessential "Old-Style" Fly-In... a beautiful airstrip, hundreds of planes, no agendas, no schedules... just lots of airplane lovers enjoying the company of airplane loving people and their planes. It may be the closest thing to airplane heaven on this side of eternity... or so we've been told. And now that we've been there... seen the sights, caught the vibe, enjoyed the company and just plain goofed off for the whole annual weekend event, we gotta tell you, we can't argue with that description. Every year aficionados of these antique aircraft gather at Lee Bottom on the last Saturday of September for the Wood, Fabric and Tailwheels Fly-In. This year marked the twelfth anniversary of the event. The airport, near Hanover, IN, sports a newly-lengthened 4000 ft turf runway, which seems natural for the aircraft they're trying to attract. Nestled up to the Ohio River on the Indiana-Kentucky border, Lee Bottom resides in some of the prettiest country in the midwest. Staggerwings, Great Lakes, Stearmans, Swallows, Tiger Moths... What do all these aircraft (you did know they're aircraft didn't you) have in common? Well, they're all made with wood and fabric, and they all have tailwheels. And, of course, they can all be seen at Lee Bottom Flying Field (64I) each September (and on many other weekends)! A privately-owned airport certified by the FAA, Lee Bottom is open to the public. Originally established in the 1930's, Lee Bottom has maintained its reputation as a haven for barnstormers and those-daring-young-men-in-their-flying-machines kind of pilots even today. The airport is located at the home of Ginger and Rich Davidson. They host the event in their back yard (which happens to be a public use airport) along with help from their immediate family members and a growing list of volunteers. Rich and wife Ginger own and manage Lee Bottom -- but "no more than they have to." According to their website, "We cater to vintage aircraft and the preservation of our type of airport for the current generation, the next generation, and those that follow." Rich and Ginger purchased the airfield from its previous owner Fritz Hagemann, only after agreeing to a promise. That promise? Simple, Lee Bottom must always remain an airport. The promise is what drives the Davidson's to keep the airport's atmosphere true to its roots. All aircraft are welcome at the fly-in. In fact, it's only $10 per person, and that covers the whole darned weekend. There's as little "organization" as possible... Aircraft will park in order of arrival and if you 'must' drive, (auto) parking is limited, so one has to get there early. For those who want to make a weekend out of it, attendees are welcome to camp on the field. Remember, folks... It's always the last Saturday of September -- So go ahead and mark your calendar for the next 10 years (or so). Join Aero-TV As We Kick Back And ENJOY The LAST Of the Old-Time Fly-Ins! FMI: www.leebottom****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
19 Dec 2008
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'The Most Nothing You'll Ever Do' It just maybe the quintessential "Old-Style" Fly-In... a beautiful airstrip, hundreds of planes, no agendas, no schedules... just lots of airplane lovers enjoying the company of airplane loving people and their planes. It may also be the closest thing to airplane heaven on this side of eternity... or so we've been told. And now that we've been there... seen the sights, caught the vibe, enjoyed the company and just plain goofed off for the whole annual weekend event, we gotta tell you, we can't argue with that description. Every year aficionados of these antique aircraft gather at Lee Bottom on the last Saturday of September for the Wood, Fabric and Tailwheels Fly-In. This year marked the twelfth anniversary of the event. The airport, near Hanover, IN, sports a recently-lengthened 4000 ft turf runway, which seems natural for the aircraft they're trying to attract. Nestled up to the Ohio River on the Indiana-Kentucky border, Lee Bottom resides in some of the prettiest country in the midwest. Staggerwings, Great Lakes, Stearmans, Swallows, Tiger Moths... What do all these aircraft have in common? Well, they're all made with wood and fabric, and they all have tailwheels. And, of course, they can all be seen at Lee Bottom Flying Field (64I) each September (and on many other weekends)! A privately-owned airport, Lee Bottom is open to the public. Originally established in the 1930's, Lee Bottom has maintained its reputation as a haven for barnstormers and those-daring-young-men-in-their-flying-machines kind of pilots even today. The airport is located at the home of Ginger and Rich Davidson. They host the event in their back yard (which happens to be a public use airport) along with help from their immediate family members and a growing list of volunteers. Rich and wife Ginger own and 'manage' Lee Bottom -- but "no more than they have to." According to their website, "We cater to vintage aircraft and the preservation of our type of airport for the current generation, the next generation, and those that follow." Rich and Ginger purchased the airfield from its previous owner Fritz Hagemann, only after agreeing to a promise. That promise? Simple, Lee Bottom must always remain an airport. The promise is what drives the Davidson's to keep the airport's atmosphere true to its roots. All aircraft are welcome at the fly-in. In fact, it's only $10 per person, and that covers the whole darned weekend. There's as little "organization" as possible... Aircraft will park in order of arrival and if you 'must' drive, (auto) parking is limited to the first 750 arrivals, so one has to get there early. For those who want to make a weekend out of it, attendees are welcome to camp on the field. Remember, folks... It's always the last Saturday of September -- So go ahead and mark your calendar for the next deacde or so. You really don't want to miss this! Join Aero-TV As We Kick Back And ENJOY The LAST Of the Old-Time Fly-Ins! FMI: www.leebottom****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews
19 Dec 2008
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Bottoms up of ice blended liqour cocktail at Pattaya
18 Jan 2009
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MoveSum Up With Dan & Andy is a video podcast where Dan & Andrea discuss various movie related issues from reviews, previews & a lot of other stuff. For this podcast we take a look at the Bottom 10 Bollywood movies of 2008. Our website is www.moviesum****
6 Feb 2009
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MoveSum Up With Dan & Andy is a video podcast where Dan & Andrea discuss various movie related issues from reviews, previews & a lot of other stuff. For this podcast we take a look at the bottom bollywood movies of 2008. Our website is www.moviesum****
6 Feb 2009
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Prophetic dreams and revelations about the stock market and where it's headed. Specifically relating to dreams about the bottom of these trends. This is just one part of a series. Keep in touch and up-to-date at my blog *******propheticpath****/ and share your testimony, get prayer and hopefully join in online prayer meetings and teachings by signing up to my Yahoo group *******groups.yahoo****/group/propheticpath
16 Feb 2009
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As the market tests new lows it begs the question of where is market bottom? And what is the forecast for the rest of the year? Our expert panel provides the answers.
27 Feb 2009
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As well as a demonstration of converting an auto-lock bottom box running on the Kluge OmniFold, this video is a great example of our fold hook kit. See www.kluge**** for more information
5 Mar 2009
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Aswell as a demonstration of converting an auto-lock bottom box running on the Kluge Small Box Machine, this video is a great example of our fold hook kit. See www.kluge**** for more information.
28 Jun 2010
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The video demonstration here shows the Small Box Machine converting light bulb boxes at 15,000 pph. The tuck bottom box design has finished dimensions of 6" x 2" x 2". See www.kluge**** for more information.
4 Mar 2009
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To meet the demand for the growing lock-bottom box market, Kluge has developed a fold hook kit that adds the converting capabilities for various auto-lock bottom box configurations. See www.kluge**** for more information.
5 Mar 2009
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Bottom of the Ninth by Michael Shapiro Branch Rickey, Casey Stengel, and the Daring Scheme to Save Baseball from Itself Available May 12th, 2009 from Times Books. www.Michael-Shapiro****
4 May 2009
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*******stores.ebay****/BluestoneCommerce-Cages-and-Guitars This video will show you how to help AVOID SERIOUS INJURY to your guinea pigs. Most people do not consider this factor when buying or building their C&C cages. See why not having a cage bottom may spell serious disaster to your pigs (and possibly your carpet) in certain common situations. Visit our blog at: *******www.bluestonecommerce.blogspot****/ Come and see our Bonanzle store: *******www.bonanzle****/booths/bluestonecommerce
17 May 2009
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