I went to fullmoon party many years ago. on the way to walk back to my bungalow see how many trash. I end up clear the trash for whole day. please keep the place clean. for us to have a nice planet together. thank you
I'm running away to America but I forgot my ......passport.
raymonds parents are planning to move away and raymond and his brother are delighted but trying to play it down
The animation points at the enthusiasm when city inhabitants are about to face a natural scenery in their spare time. Spectators, when entering the animated scene join a journey trough the forest. They experience nature, which is about to be vanish. Spherical shape of the ground plan implies that we are confronted with a journey around the world. The nature we experience is no longer pure. Forests are being compacted to protected reserves. Natural environment becomes designed in the form of post-natural parks and recreational areas. Time passes with the clouds changing dynamically. As we walk forward we see no change of the present state. The animation traps a viewer in a loop.
a song from their first album.Sammy and Fred have been on the Imus show for about 15 years.
Filming from the Nordic boat, nice shot of the Viper boat V30 coming to plane.
VIDEO MADE BY THE AIRPLANE
3 Ferraris including a F40 drive off the start line at the Gumball!
We know how to treat our women in the south!
Inside a NASCAR racecar, temperatures can reach up to 140 degrees during a race. While special equipment and training make it tolerable for racecar drivers like Jeff Burton, he wants parents and caregivers to understand that it is extremely dangerous for small children to be left alone in a car, even if it’s only for a short period of time.
Safe Kids Worldwide and General Motors have been working together for the last seven years to raise awareness on this issue. Especially, since it is a lot easier for children to get heat exhaustion, than it is for an adult. A child’s core body temperature increases three to five times faster than an adult and unfortunately, in the last nine years, at least 320 small children have died due to heatstroke after being trapped in or intentionally left in automobiles. Experts say nearly 40 percent of child hyperthermia is change-of-schedule related, for example, when dad takes the children to daycare instead of mom who usually does, and forgets the child is in the backseat.
The temperature difference between the outside of the car and the inside can be about 45 to 50 degrees or more. And it doesn’t even have to be a hot sunny day. Temperatures can rise very quickly in a car with the windows rolled up. In fact, average tests have shown an increase of 19 to 20 degrees in just ten minutes.
For more information, go to: www.safekids****.
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I Do It For NewYork
and going on vaction with chris! lets see how this trip goes!!
Just wanted 2 say Hi
These places are amazing! This one had everything including a heated spa pool to refresh your feet in!! Everything immaculately clean and perfect!