A few pictures to demonstrate a day of training.
35th national day celebrations in uae.. at buheirah cornish sharjah .. lots of cars . was real fun..
Based on a true coffee. Day two.
Need somthing to get you in the mood for St. Patrick's Day. This guy is for real real.
This is the Hilarious explanation of why the guy was so angry in Bad Day At The Office
WiL Plays Good Riddance by Green Day on his Peavey T-60. He is the "Wi" of winick. Please excuse the few messups. Im gonna make a revised video soon because that was from a while back.
December 2006 (Medialink) -- Continuing a nine year trend, FedEx Corp. expects to make history again when a record-breaking total of 9.8 million packages move through its global and ground networks on December 18, 2006. This could be the busiest night in the history of FedEx, breaking the company's previous record night of 8.9 million last year.
According to FedEx chief economist Gene Huang, growing volumes are a positive sign for economic strength during this heightened retail season. The National Retail Federation predicts a solid holiday season, citing anticipated growth of 5 percent over last year, bringing projected holiday spending to $457.4 billion. Also, online retailing is expected to increase 18 percent over last year.
While sending gifts early will save time, FedEx is ready to help last minute shoppers get their gifts delivered in time for the holiday. The last day to ship with FedEx Express is December 22, 2006. The last day to ship FedEx Ground is December 15, 2006.
On its first day in operation in 1973, Federal Express (as it was then known) delivered 186 packages. This year, the holiday season began in July of 2006 as goods left overseas ports and entered the FedEx Freight system for delivery to retailers. FedEx Express and the company overall will see its peak in mid-December as the highest value goods move from manufacturers directly to retailers and customers.
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Postmaster General joins President Bush as new postal legislation is signed into law
If you've noticed extra Postal trucks on the road recently there's a reason. With more than 900 million pieces of mail being delivered, December 20th is the busiest mail delivery day of the year.
Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the Postal Service delivers over 20 billion cards, letters and packages to 146 million homes and businesses. Packages and cards filled with holiday cheer are arriving from friends and family across the country. Itâs an annual event that Postal employees have been preparing for all year.
Congress and President Bush also have been busy, creating and signing into law a bill that lets the Postal Service deliver more predictable price increases and continue its cost cutting measures, allowing it to be more competitive in the market place. The Postal Service is the only company that delivers to every residential and business address in America, handling more than 213 billion pieces of mail every year. For more information please visit: www.USPS****
Amazin weather change in less than 10 minutes in the middle of the day around 2 pm summer time in Woodbridge Ontario Canada
In just a few short minutes, Haste the Day fills us in on their thoughts about KFC, Procter & Gamble, going vegetarian, standing up for your beliefs, and their new album. Man do these guys know how to get a lot done!
Check out the trailer for the new Kenny Wayne Shepherd DVD Ten Days Out