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This is why you should be properly harnessing your spare tires on your car. All it took was some big bump. Could have killed someone easily.
Well, this guy has a way bigger problem than those slightly old tires. His god damned car is upside down.
Shows spray painted rims and what type of paint was used
This dog looks like it is pretty much done with life and is bored every second. Even the owner jumping from the first floor doesn't faze it.
Zeppelin's dad watched him on this day while I was at work. I came home and he seemed hungry, so I put him in his Bumbo chair and got a jar of food. Apparently he partied a little too hard with his dad while I was away because he could barely stay awake to eat."
The occupants inside the car will be unscathed in this case because of the rubber tires providing insulation.
Bet these cats got too tired and decided to sleep wherever they could. Those are some weird postures to be sleeping in.
The good old guy in a tire game, only this hill is really steep and long. Wonder what the driver had to say about this.
My friend shows how to repair a tire
What type of paint was used LaPorte county spray paint
Nope... it isn't instant coffee! I'm using FRESHLY GROUND coffee beans to make two amazing cups of coffee.
IMPORTANT NOTE: For each method, you will need to use coffee grounds that are NOT in powdered form (i.e the kind you use in a standard coffee maker). The grounds need to be coarse (think: cake crumbs, or crumbs left on a plate from a sandwich). I grind mine fresh every morning, but you can use the grinder at the grocery store if you don't own one. FYI: You can get a decent grinder for less than $20. I highly recommend it, as fresh ground coffee beans make for even BETTER coffee, especially at the crack of dawn (when you're tired, unorganized, packing school lunches, making breakfast.... you get it, right?) I'm digressing again.
NOTE: Use one heaping tablespoon of coffee beans per cup and grind coffee beans to a coarse grind.
Method 1: French press
Place desired amount of coffee in french press (see note above). Cover with very hot water, using about 1 cup of water per cup of coffee. Let stand about 5 minutes; longer for stronger coffee, less for weaker coffee. Pour and enjoy!
Method 2: Place desired amount of coffee in a strainer (see note above) and place over a liquid measuring cup or large coffee mug. Gently and slowly pour very hot water over coffee. Using a second measuring cup or strainer, repeat process anywhere from 2-5 times until coffee reaches desired strength.