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We've all seen guys blowout a 12 ounce glass bottle with their hands. I blew out a 40 ounce bottle the same way. Really hard!
Volkswagen Variant 76 - Two Weber 40 + command
MICROPHONE CHECK FEATURING 40 GLOCC
ARCHIVE FOOTAGE FROM 2003
MICROPHONE CHECK FEATURING 40 GLOCC- CAMERA B
I am now 8 years off drink and my fame is growing all over the world, you only need to type in my name Clive Worth into Google search or better still, type in (My 100,000 lovers), (one of 3 documentaries I have made), to see this and also I am about to have my second book published but what is the secret of my success, ( 40 Winks) every afternoon and I now encourage people to enjoy 40 winks as long as you have been out first and done something to enjoy it as I walk miles and swim, this helps me relax, Then and only then do I enjoy my 40 winks because it is not good if you have not done any fiscal exercise but yes, most people do work all day and are not able to enjoy it but even they may be able to enjoy it in the evening time because for me now it is a must, helps me relax and makes me feel so good, gives me a high better than alcohol did,
A road exhibition of a nice Ford GT 40 sponsored by Goodyear tire brand. Part of a promotion for a drifting event in Singapore
ali ayvaz dursun ali erzincanlının 40 yaş adlı şiirini okuyor
Trapped: 40 Hours In An Elevator....timelapse...true story.
CCTV:Nicholas White was a thirty-four-year-old production manager at Business Week. He was working late on a special assignment and wanted a cigarette. He told a colleague that he'd be right back and, leaving his jacket behind, headed downstairs. Thus commenced the longest smoke break of Nicholas White's life, a harrowing experience that began at around eleven o'clock on a Friday night in October, 1999.
The Business Week offices were located on the forty-third floor of the McGraw-Hill Building in mid-town Manhattan. When White finished his cigarette, he returned to the lobby, got into Car No. 30 and pressed the button marked 43. The car accelerated. It was an express elevator, with no stops below the thirty-ninth floor, and the building was deserted. But after a moment, White felt a jolt. The lights went out, immediately flashed on again and then the elevator stopped.
This happened in 1999 but this footage has only recently been made available....check this website....