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Warnlaser are one company focusing on the research of laser technology and the production of laser series. Leading the development of international laser industry and the laser pointer revolution. We sell at the proved most competitive price our products directly to laser fans.Cost is saved.We're sure you have panned out the cheapest Laser pointer from Warnlaser. Warnlaser products cover 5mW -500mW, and advanced Laser pointer can be 500mW and even more. http://www.warnlaser.com Manufacturer and online retailer of Solid State lasers. The lastest in leading edge high power laser pointers, bench lasers and heavy duty industrial lasers are available from our online store. We specialize in the B2B and B2C sales of laser pointers.
1 Jul 2008
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Warren joins Steven Johnson at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Seattle to discuss his latest book. They chat about coffee's ability to increase one's mental faculties, the creation of soda water, and the need to lay gun powder under the existing status quot and then blowing it up. http://www.kimricketts.com http://www.thewarrenreport.com
12 Feb 2009
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Nizam Markets has been in business since 2001. We have committed to serve you the best quality brand names with the lowest prices Online and at our location in Cliffside Park, NJ . We carry full line of International Foods and famous designer home accessories. . Nizam markets VMC International Food Dist. LLC Turkish Delights Tea Baklava Halal meat Grocery Feta cheese Professional Services: Certified Translation / Interpreting Turkish<=>English on site, Transportation. Brands: Ulker, Eti, Tadim, Peyman, Duru, Tahsildaroglu, Marmarabirlik, Seyidoglu, Nema, Teksut, Pinar, Mis, Tat, Berrak, Arko, Gulluoglu, Hacibekir, Hacisakir, Hookah, Tukas, Arifoglu, Yoruk, Koska, Okyay, Pyramid, Tamek, Tunas, Doganay, Piyale, Pinar, Sera, Dr. Otker, Alkis, Gazioglu, Dardanel, Turkili, Yurt, KRas, Tayas, Dalan, Eyup Sadri, Pereja, Arap Sabunu, Products: ***Health&Beauty*** Bar Soaps&Liquid Soaps Cologne&After Shaves House Cleaning Shaving&Cream ***Kitchen Ware*** Bakery Bread Salty&Sweet Cookies Baking Needs Beverages Juices Sodas Water&Mineral Water Coffee Dairy Cheese&Cheese Products Dough Halal Meat Products Fresh Baklava Gift Candy&Chocolates Halva&Floss Halva Honey,Jams&Syrups Oil&Vinegars Olive&Olive Pastes Pastes&Sauces Pickles Pulse&Pasta Ready Foods Deserts Open and Eat Turkish Foods Soups Vegetables Snacks ***Other Things*** Cakes and Marshmallows Chocolates Cookies Nuts&Dried Goods Spreads Spices<<<-----------Click Here for Spices Herbal&Fruit Oils Mixtures Tea Black Tea's And Sugar's Herbal Teas Turkish Delights
12 May 2009
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http://Absintheology.com The Mojito was invented in Cuba in the middle of the 17th century. Traditionally made with rum, lime, sugar, mint, and soda water. This is a substitute recipe, which means we are listing a common Mojito recipe but feel free to simply substitute Le Tourment Vert absinthe for rum in your own favorite Mojito recipe. You can try mixing in Kübler, La Fee, or perhaps even Obsello or another brand but for this we believe that Le Tourment Vert gives the best results as the anise in most brands tends not to mix well with the mint and lime. 1 Shot Le Tourment Vert absinthe Juice from 1/2 a lime 1 tablespoon sugar (or half an ounce of bar syrup) Several sprigs of mint. Club soda 7UP Lightly muddle the mint in your mixing tin add lime juice 1 Shot Le Tourment Vert Absinthe add Sugar Shake well then strain over ice into a highball glass. Get a bit of the muddled mint in the mix for presentation Top with soda and 7UP Garnish with lime
12 May 2009
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http://Absintheology.com The Sazerac is the first cocktail ever invented. A cocktail is a drink with more than one liquor in it. A blend of alcohols which come together to create something new and interesting. The Sazerac is a drink that must be practiced, tested, tasted, and practiced again. Like a good martini, the Sazerac is not something that you can just make from a recipe. The flavors are subtle and balance on a knife's edge. What is great for one person is too bitter for another. A perfect blend of flavors for me may be too intense for you. There are a lot of recipes for the Sazerac, just as there are a lot of recipes for the Martini. Here is the recipe that mixologist, Jared Williams used for this video. It happens to be our favorite Sazerac, but you may prefer yours a bit different. We should point out that in this video Jared burns the sugar cube on the Sazerac. A lot of purists don't like to do this. Here at Absintheology we are not going to say it is right or wrong. We merely provide the information and suggest that you use common sense and good judgment in all things especially fire and alcohol. 1 shot Rye Whiskey (Jared uses Jim Beam) 1/4 shot Kübler Absinthe 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 sugar cube 2 dashes Peychaud's Bitters. 1/2 ounce water To make the Sazerac: Build in a glass: 1 shot rye whiskey (Jared uses Jim Beam) Absinthe spoon on the glass - sugar on the absinthe spoon Pour absinthe over the sugar Squeeze in juice from a quarter lemon (or add a tablespoon of lemon juice. Pour water over sugar cube to then stir in with the absinthe spoon. Pour into a shaker tin with ice. Strain into glass and top with soda water.
13 May 2009
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http://Absintheology.com The Gin Rickey is a classic mixed drink with dozens of variations. In this video Dave Herlong demonstrates his variation of the Rickey made with absinthe. The Gin Rickey was named after Colonel "Joe" Rickey. Colonel Rickey was a lobbyist who was well known for entertaining congressmen at Shoemaker's in Washington D.C., where this drink was invented. A traditional Rickey is very simple and very refreshing. Dave uses Lucid absinthe in this video to add a bit of complexity but many brands will work. This drink is made using lime juice. Rather than use lime juice Dave makes the juice fresh by putting two or three lime wedges in a cocktail shaker with some ice and shaking. This muddles the lime and creates the juice that he uses for the drink and also acts as a garnish for the drink. Three Lime Wedges 1 Shot Tanqueray No. TEN 1/2 shot Lucid absinthe St. Germain Club soda Three lime wedges into the shaker - Shake to muddle and create lime juice. Add 1 Shot Tanquaray Ten (or gin of your choosing) 1/2 Shot Lucid absinthe (Different brands bring different flavors) Now Build in a Highball Glass Quarter Glass Soda Water Pour contents of cocktail shaker including ice and Limes St. Germain Both the absinthe and the Saint Germain are added in small amounts for flavor. The absinthe adds complexity, the St. Germain adds sweetness. Experiments with the amounts to get the perfect drink for your palate. Dave uses Tanquaray Ten for this cocktail because it contains citrus notes.
7 Jun 2009
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Bermuda Fishing Charters Forget all you thought you knew about sport fishing. Step aboard the Overproof and prepare for the king of Bermuda Fishing Charters! OVERPROOF Charter Fishing Captain Peter Rans, would like to invite you to come and fish with us in Bermuda in 2010, home of the world's best sport fishing. In Bermuda, you will find that Atlantic Blue Marlin run on average over 450lbs with many Granders being caught over the past few years. You will also find White Marlin, Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna, Bonita, Amber and Barracuda to be plentiful. OVERPROOF clients have enthusiastically caught Marlin that were in excess of 700lbs (our biggest being 906lbs). Our turquoise waters offer some of the best fishing in the Atlantic. A fishing charter on the OVERPROOF is a MUST during your vacation in Bermuda. You will find our rates to be the best among Bermuda’s top charter fishing boats. I have enjoyed fabulous fishing the past few seasons and I can’t even begin to tell you how exciting it is to be a part of it. Ever since I was a little boy I have been fishing - whether it was from a dock, my little whaler, my commercial boat and now my fishing machine, OVERPROOF. I get to do what I love for a living (provide top notch Bermuda Fishing Charters) and can’t wait to share it with you. Put on your shorts and come on over for the best fishing of your life! Don't try to recall your last fishing trip. Instead, make Bermuda fishing memories to last a lifetime with OVERPROOF Bermuda Fishing Charters. The Boat OVERPROOF is a 41 foot Island Boatworks Express Sportfishing boat. OVERPROOF is a fast Custom Carolina designed vessel that handles the seas well, has a comfortable seating area, an air-conditioned cabin. She cruises at 28knots which makes her one of the fastest fishing charter boats in Bermuda. We can get you out to the fishing grounds in less than a 1/2 hour so that you can have maximum fishing time. In addition to her experienced Captain, the other advantage you will have over the fish is the latest in deep sea fishing electronics and top shelf tournament tackle – we use Alutecnos and Shimano Tiagra reels. You will fish in comfort and style on the OVERPROOF and will thoroughly enjoy one of our Bermuda Fishing Charters. The Captain Captain Peter Rans is the owner and captain of OVERPROOF. He has been deep sea fishing in Bermuda since he was a young boy and is extremely knowledgeable and successful when it comes to Bermuda Fishing Charters. Peter has also fished in the Australia, Bahamas, Costa Rica and the Southeast U.S. Peter’s professional fishing started on the original OVERPROOF which is a 31foot JC. On this small boat Peter was able to compete at the same level as the larger boats in Bermuda’s charter fleet and visiting international boats. In 2002, Peter caught the largest blue marlin (906 lbs) and the largest wahoo (102 lbs) of the season. He placed 4th in the 2002 and 2003 Bermuda Big Game Classic and 3rd Place in 2005 with an 850lb Blue Marlin! He has won the Bermuda International Light Tackle Tournament in 2006 and 2003. He won the Bermuda Triangle Billfish Tournament in 2007 and placed 2nd in the Seahorse Anglers Billfish Tournament in 2008. Rates We offer the BEST rates on the Island for a boat of Overproof's caliber.________________________________________Strictly Marlin Fishing $1,450 8 hours for up to 6 people________________________________________Full Day $1,300 8 hours for up to 6 people. ________________________________________3/4 Day $1,100 6 hours for up to 6 people. ________________________________________Half Day $900 4 hours for up to 6 people. ________________________________________Night Shark Fishing Limit of 4 people for 6 hrs. $1,100________________________________________ "We do not recommend 1/2 day Bermuda Fishing Charters in order to enjoy the full fishing experience." All packages include beer/soda/water. Most hotels will provide boxed lunches for you, or we do have catering available upon request. Other things to note: • A 50% deposit is required at time of booking. Overproof Charter Fishing has the right to cancel the trip due to unfavorable weather conditions in this case your trip can be rebooked or we will refund your deposit. If you need to cancel your trip you must give 30 days advance notice to receive a refund of your deposit.. • It is customary to tip the mate at the end of the day based on your satisfaction of his service. • The "catch" is usually the property of the Boat, however, Peter will give some fish to the charter to take home and enjoy a fresh fish dinner Reservations To book your charter you can email us at Overproofnorthrock.bm and we will get back to you within 24 hours or you can call us at (441)238-5663 or on Peter’s cell phone (441)335-9850 If Captain Peter is out fishing he may not be able to receive your call, but please leave a message as we will get back to you as soon as possible. We can also provide advice and assistance in finding accommodations if you require. 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6 Mar 2010
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Trevor from Tipicular Fixin's give you tips to create the perfect classic Barcardi Mojito. 2oz Bacardi Superior rum 4 lime segments (half lime) 8 to 12 fresh mint leaves 2 barspoons of superfine sugar Soda water 3 mint sprigs and sugar cane for garnish
21 Oct 2013
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This short video clip is part of a hands-on science demonstration on fuel cells which I developed a few years ago. Additional modules to follow if there is interest, and as time permits. Water is made of hydrogen and oxygen. How can you break it into its components? Sawing it sure doesn't work. Nor does pounding it with a hammer. If you boil it, you get water vapor ... but it is still water. Fortunately, there is an easy way to separate water into its components. A few volts of electricity (DC) can do it, via a process known as electrolysis. At low voltages, however, water behaves like an insulator. To make it work, we must dissolve an ionic substance, such as a salt, acid or base in the water, increasing its conductivity. While strong acids and bases (such as draino) work well and produce lots of bubbles, they can be very hazardous. Instead, we are going to use a weak base, baking soda. In this experiment, a heaping spoonful of baking soda is dissolved in water. Two metal rods are placed in a jar. The baking soda solution is then poured into the jar, and 4.5 volts DC connected across the electrodes. A steady stream of bubbles can be seen at each electrode. The hydrogen bubbles form at the negative electrode. Oxygen and other gases are produced at the positive electrode. This science experiment is easily done at home. Watch for an advanced version which is in the works. Caution: Do NOT connect this apparatus to an AC outlet ... it doesn't work, and could be deadly.
29 Aug 2010
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From BBC's That's Life! Three German Shepherds enjoying a game involving a soda siphon. Ripped from Dutch tv show called 'Zomergasten'.
23 Sep 2010
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You are not going to beleive what happens when you microwave a dry ice bomb. Watch be patient and see the surprise. A dry ice bomb is dry ice in a 16 oz waterbottle mixed with water. This water bottle was the fruit flavored soda water microwaved on high for three minutes. Remember, microwaving food is for morons. Please be advised the dry ice bomb is really being microwaved. This microwave does not have a pre-lit LCD timer display. I put it on popcorn setting so there would be a delay for me to leave the microwave. This show is for entertainment purposes only, so please DO NOT ATTEMP these experiments at home. Experiments are produced in a professional enviroment with proper saftey equipment. Would you like to donate an item for professional microwaving by your microwaving operator host at dOvetastic Microwave Theater, the internet's first and original microwave entertainment show? Simply email pigeonyolk [at] aol.com for details. You will get full credit when your item[s] gets featured on the show plus you may include a "G" rated 15-30 second clip explaining your item[s] to be microwaved which will be included in the episode[s] your item[s] get microwaved in. All item[s] donated are guaranteed to be microwaved and your video clip featured in them. dOvetastic Microwave Theater: The first and original longest running microwave entertainment show on the planet & currently the first and only microwave entertainment show in full Widescreen HD. All by products of the show get recycled into art, nothing is wasted. Currently my artwork is featured on exhibit at the Baltimore National Modern Art Museum: AVAM. Be sure to check out: http://www.istardom.com/Dovetastic dOvetastic is ranked one of the top 1000 most famous artists and entertainers on the internet.
31 Mar 2010
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炭酸水が入っていた箱です。There were many soda water of PET bottles in this box.
12 Sep 2011
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The clip Unexpected visits Part 2 from Double Indemnity (1944) And he's never failed me yet. There's got to be something wrong. Well, maybe Norton was right. Maybe it was suicide. No. Not suicide. But not an accident, either. What else? Now look, Walter. A guy takes out an accident policy that's worth $100,000... ...if he's killed on a train. Then two weeks later, he is killed on a train. And not in a train accident, mind you, but falling off some silly observation car. Do you know what the mathematical probability of that is? One out of I don't know how many billions. And add to that the broken leg. No, it just can't be the way it looks. Something has been worked on us. Such as what? Murder? Don't you have any peppermint or something? Sorry. Want a little soda water? No, no, no. Who do you suspect? Maybe I like to make things easy for myself. But I always tend to suspect the beneficiary. You mean the wife? Yeah. That wide-eyed dame that just didn't know anything about anything. You're crazy, Keyes. She wasn't even on the train. I know she wasn't, Walter. I don't claim to know how it was worked, or who worked it... ...but all I know is that it was worked. I've got to get to a drugstore. This thing feels like a hunk of concrete inside me. Good night, Walter. Good night, Keyes. See you at the office in the morning. Yeah. I'd like to move in on her right now, tonight. If it wasn't for Norton and his striped-pants ideas about company policy... I'd have the police after her so fast it'd make her head spin.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip Spilling Champagne on Jordan from Private School (1983) And after our summer, she begged me to stay, but... That was Paris. Look, Bubba, I'm getting really sick of waiting for your friend. Jordan, just a little longer. For Jim's sake. Come on, this is ridiculous! I'm gonna go! Wait! Wait! Now, Jim bought a bottle of vintage champagne just for tonight. He'd never forgive me if I let you go without at least trying some. Please? Voilà! Red champagne? The finest money can buy. Just wait till you try this stuff. Whoa! Oh, I'm... Look what you've done! My clothes are ruined! Take them off! All of them! Take them off and soak them. I'll get you a towel. No. Got one! Give me that! Do you have any soda water? Soda water? To take the stains out! I'll go see if we have any.
14 Nov 2011
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The clip Nicholad Meets Christine from The Game (1997) with Michael Douglas, Deborah Kara Unger Excuse me, has Conrad Van Orton left a message? I'll check on it right away, Mr. Van Orton. Thank you. Oh, I'm so sorry. Here. Please, don't do that. I'm so sorry, I wasn't even looking. I'm really having a bad day. How about a bad month? You did almost exactly the same thing to me when I was here last week. Here. Don't do that. Just get me some... uh... some napkins and... uh... some soda water. Looks like the... uh... ...cleaning's gonna mean more than the suit. I don't think so. It was an accident, sir. Terrific. I said I was sorry. Asshole. Cristine! Mr. Van Orton is a valued customer. Fine, then you kiss his ass. Don't you talk to me like that. I apologized, I offered to help, what do you want me to do? Clean out your locker. What? You heard me. I'm terribly sorry, Mr. Van Orton. If you're not too uncomfortable... ...will this table suit you for complimentary meal? Be fine. I'll fetch your waiter. Thank you. Check, sir. Miss, pardon me, miss?
22 Nov 2011
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The clip blue and orange casino chips from El aura (2005) Nice chips... Blue and orange. The casino doesn't use them anymore. What? Took them out of circulation. But since some customers still have them... ...they accept them. Well, not some customers... One. Just one customer who asked them to keep those colours. And since by this stage he'd already lost a lot of money... I mean, a very good customer... ...they let him keep his colours. Blue and orange. What would you like? Nothing. Soda water. Black label for me. That's good, soda water. Not a good idea to mix Tegretol with alcohol. It's an old talent that supported me for many years. A good trade. Even if it is a bit old fashioned now. But they still work, huh? Do you stick your fingers into every customer's pockets? My relationship with the casino is based on mutual needs. So the casino asks me to look around while I play... ...to see if anyone's trying to take advantage... ...or use the hooks. In exchange, the casino has someone who helps unlucky players... ...play a little longer. I give out loans, "informally". So, to answer your question: No, I don't stick my fingers... ...in every customer's pocket. Only the ones who have a sign on their foreheads saying:
25 Nov 2011
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