The Coleman Palmetto Sleeping Bag is great for cool-weather camping. It measures 33-Inch wide by 75-Inch long, and fits most people up to 5-Inch11-Inch. The Palmetto is durably constructed of a polyester cover with a soft tricot liner, with 3 pounds of ColeTherm insulation to keep you comfortable down to 30°-50Degree Fahrenheit. The Palmetto features the QuickCord storage system for easy storage — no tying required. Coleman-Inchs ComfortSmart technology means your sleeping bag is packed with features to keep you warm and comfortable: ZipPlow plows fabric away from the zipper to prevent snags; Comfort Cuff surrounds your face with softness; FiberLock prevents insulation from shifting keeping you warm and increasing durability; ThermoLock reduces heat loss through the zipper, keeping you warmer; Zipper Glide tailoring allows smooth zipper operation around corners; and Roll Control locks the bag in place for easier rolling.
This review is from: Coleman Palmetto Cool-Weather Sleeping Bag (Sports)
This sleeping bag is certainly the right price for the occasional camper, and since it’s in stock at Amazon (at least when I bought it) a great choice when a camping trip comes up fast. I don’t bother to use the attached bungee cords to pack it up, preferring to stuff it into a stuff sack, but they do work nicely. I’m not crazy about the feel of the lining…if I’d had more time I’d prefer to spring for flannel-lined, and maybe an extra-wide bag, but for a once in a while sleeping bag I can make do. Because of the price and availability, I’m giving this a high 4star mark!
actress Ellen Page. one of her videos cost 7 million$ to make
and made 200 million$ to now. thats about 3 times fast return plus futures,
on sacks of play money given out for someone else's choice of projects.
the money comes from your bills, not from ticket sales. you pay rent and food, and a small part of the population (a few million people) get a billion dollars per year to waste, so you never get out of their control.
instead of forcing it out of poor people
and leaving them in a moldy box in a mega slum to die,
i will force projects through world government
that produce free superior services for life support.
they owe us. industry is the primary source of crime and death.
government has failed to protect us or provide real service.
this is the end of the world for you, no heaven but what we make here!
help me start it now!
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He may have been an elite sack artist in 2010, but Dolphins OLB Cameron Wake was putrid in run defense. That's why he's one of PFW's three most overrated OLBs in the NFL.
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Heel Pain Treatment - Podiatrist in Chelmsford and Newburyport, MA
Heel Pain - Plantar Fasciitis
In our pursuit of healthy bodies, pain can be an enemy. In some instances, however, it is of biological benefit. Pain that occurs right after an injury or early in an illness may play a protective role, often warning us about the damage we've suffered.
When we sprain an ankle, for example, the pain warns us that the ligament and soft tissues may be frayed and bruised, and that further activity may cause additional injury.
Pain, such as may occur in our heels, also alerts us to seek medical attention. This alert is of utmost importance because of the many afflictions that contribute to heel pain.
Heel pain is generally the result of faulty biomechanics (walking gait abnormalities) that place too much stress on the heel bone and the soft tissues that attach to it. The stress may also result from injury, or a bruise incurred while walking, running, or jumping on hard surfaces; wearing poorly constructed footwear; or being overweight.
The heel bone is the largest of the 26 bones in the human foot, which also has 33 joints and a network of more than 100 tendons, muscles, and ligaments. Like all bones, it is subject to outside influences that can affect its integrity and its ability to keep us on our feet. Heel pain, sometimes disabling, can occur in the front, back, or bottom of the heel.
A common cause of heel pain is the heel spur, a bony growth on the underside of the heel bone. The spur, visible by X ray, appears as a protrusion that can extend forward as much as half an inch. When there is no indication of bone enlargement, the condition is sometimes referred to as heel spur syndrome.
Heel spurs result from strain on the muscles and ligaments of the foot, by stretching of the long band of tissue that connects the heel and the ball of the foot, and by repeated tearing away of the lining or membrane that covers the heel bone. These conditions may result from biomechanical imbalance, running or jogging, improperly fitted or excessively worn shoes, or obesity.
Both heel pain and heel spurs are frequently associated with an inflammation of the band of fibrous connective tissue (fascia) running along the bottom (plantar surface) of the foot, from the heel to the ball of the foot. The inflammation is called plantar fasciitis. It is common among athletes who run and jump a lot, and can be quite painful.
The condition occurs when the plantar fascia is strained over time beyond its normal extension, causing the soft tissue fibers of the fascia to tear or stretch at points along its length; this leads to inflammation, pain, and possibly the growth of a bone spur where it attaches to the heel bone.
The inflammation may be aggravated by shoes that lack appropriate support, especially in the arch area, and by the chronic irritation that sometimes accompanies an athletic lifestyle.
Resting provides only temporary relief. When you resume walking, particularly after a night's sleep, you may experience a sudden elongation of the fascia band, which stretches and pulls on the heel. As you walk, the heel pain may lessen or even disappear, but that may be just a false sense of relief. The pain often returns after prolonged rest or extensive walking.
Heel pain sometimes results from excessive pronation. Pronation is the normal flexible motion and flattening of the arch of the foot that allows it to adapt to ground surfaces and absorb shock in the normal walking pattern.
As you walk, the heel contacts the ground first; the weight shifts first to the outside of the foot, then moves toward the big toe. The arch rises, the foot generally rolls upward and outward, becoming rigid and stable in order to lift the body and move it forward. Excessive pronation—excessive inward motion—can create an abnormal amount of stretching and pulling on the ligaments and tendons attaching to the bottom back of the heel bone. Excessive pronation may also contribute to injury to the hip, knee, and lower back.
Disease and Heel Pain
• Some general health conditions can also bring about heel pain.
• Rheumatoid arthritis and other forms of arthritis, including gout, which usually manifests itself in the big toe joint, can cause heel discomfort in some cases.
• Heel pain may also be the result of an inflamed bursa (bursitis), a small, irritated sack of fluid; a neuroma (a nerve growth); or other soft-tissue growth. Such heel pain may be associated with a heel spur, or may mimic the pain of a heel spur.
• Haglund's deformity (pump bump) is a bone enlargement at the back of the heel bone, in the area where the Achilles tendon attaches to the bone. This sometimes painful deformity generally is the result of bursitis caused by pressure against the shoe, and can be aggravated by the height or stitching of a heel counter of a particular shoe.
• Pain at the back of the heel is associated with inflammation of the achilles tendon as it runs behind the ankle and inserts on the back surface of the heel bone. The inflammation is called achilles tendonitis. It is common among people who run and walk a lot and have tight tendons. The condition occurs when the tendon is strained over time, causing the fibers to tear or stretch along its length, or at its insertion on to the heel bone. This leads to inflammation, pain, and the possible growth of a bone spur on the back of the heel bone. The inflammation is aggravated by the chronic irritation that sometimes accompanies an active lifestyle and certain activities that strain an already tight tendon.
• Bone bruises are common heel injuries. A bone bruise or contusion is an inflammation of the tissues that cover the heel bone. A bone bruise is a sharply painful injury caused by the direct impact of a hard object or surface on the foot.
• Stress fractures of the heel bone also can occur, but these are less frequent.
Children’s Heel Pain
Heel pain can also occur in children, most commonly between ages 8 and 13, as they become increasingly active in sports activity in and out of school. This physical activity, particularly jumping, inflames the growth centers of the heels; the more active the child, the more likely the condition will occur. When the bones mature, the problems disappear and are not likely to recur. If heel pain occurs in this age group, podiatric care is necessary to protect the growing bone and to provide pain relief. Other good news is that heel spurs do not often develop in children.
A variety of steps can be taken to avoid heel pain and accompanying afflictions:
• Wear shoes that fit well — front, back, and sides — and have shock-absorbent soles, rigid shanks, and supportive heel counters.
• Wear the proper shoes for each activity.
• Do not wear shoes with excessive wear on heels or soles.
• Prepare properly before exercising. Warm up and do stretching exercises before and after running.
• Pace yourself when you participate in athletic activities.
• Don’t underestimate your body's need for rest and good nutrition.
• If obese, lose weight.
Podiatric Medical Care
If pain and other symptoms of inflammation—redness, swelling, heat—persist, you should limit normal daily activities and contact a doctor of podiatric medicine.
The podiatric physician will examine the area and may perform diagnostic X rays to rule out problems of the bone.
Early treatment might involve oral or injectable anti-inflammatory medication, exercise and shoe recommendations, taping or strapping, or use of shoe inserts or orthotic devices. Taping or strapping supports the foot, placing stressed muscles and tendons in a physiologically restful state. Physical therapy may be used in conjunction with such treatments.
A functional orthotic device may be prescribed for correcting biomechanical imbalance, controlling excessive pronation, and supporting of the ligaments and tendons attaching to the heel bone. It will effectively treat the majority of heel and arch pain without the need for surgery.
Only a relatively few cases of heel pain require more advanced treatments or surgery. If surgery is necessary, it may involve the release of the plantar fascia, removal of a spur, removal of a bursa, or removal of a neuroma or other soft-tissue growth.
There has never been a better time for chronic heel pain sufferers than now. Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy is now being offered by the physicians at Chelmsford Podiatric Associates. This new technology is noninvasive, and does not carry the potential risks or recovery period associated with conventional surgery. Learn more about treating heel pain and the Shockwave Treatment.
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CraftMe is a growing Kiwi arts and crafts online marketplace. It allows artisans to manage, in a very user-friendly way, simple (and free) listings of their items or have the added clout of a more comprehensive online gallery.
An own online gallery allows each store-owner to describe fully the nature of their creations and philosophy. This store can also be linked to already existing websites or blogs. Alongside the marketplace we want to develop forums, blogs, chat-rooms and a media collection relating to the activities, events and community of the practitioners of CraftMe. Set-up of a store/gallery is very easy. However, assistance is offered in the setting up of individual galleries with artists who are intimidated by technology and have been disadvantaged by not being visible online.
CraftMe as a collection of online galleries, unlike isolated websites, works to give the artisan maximum exposure and representation. It is an affordable, accessible platform which enables artisans to exhibit and sell their work, including fine art, craft, and home crafts, in a global capacity. Within this online ‘stable’ of practitioners, each creator can easily manage their own career and sales administration.
Currently, each month, a new practitioner is profiled on the home-page. This is expected to be a dedicated section which can be can be expanded to reveal an interview or article about the artist/craftsperson. We also have a section ‘Artist and Creative services’, whereby a creative person or groups can offer tutoring, workshops mentoring or liaise concerning commissioned work.
As part of our marketing, we pay particular attention to the Search Engine Optimisation which ensures a very high ranking on Google search results for the listings on the website. Our excellent search results are usually ahead of other established websites in New Zealand.
Coffee sacks are made of Jute fibres.
Jute is one of the most important natural fibres after cotton is procured from the bast or skin of the plant's stem.
Jute's main cultivation is in Bangladesh, India and China. It is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fibre with golden and silky shine and hence called The Golden Fibre, that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. Jute is used chiefly to make cloth for wrapping bales of raw cotton, and to make sacks and coarse cloth.
Jute has many advantages as a home textile, either replacing cotton or blending with it. It is a strong, durable, color and light-fast fibre. Its UV protection, sound and heat insulation, low thermal conduction and anti-static properties make it a wise choice in home décor. Also, fabrics made of jute fibres are carbon-dioxide neutral and naturally decomposable. For the 100% bio-degradable and recyclable qualities it is eco-friendly.
The coffee sacks that were once used to store and carry organic fair trade certified coffee beans. Produced in a limited quantity, each piece is unique, features rustic markings and prints, and shows the branding and markings of the bags used in the process. They still carry that wonderful coffee scent, and maybe holes of the hooks workers used to lift the sacks. You can identify which company produced the beans and where they came from.
This smart line of Upcycled Products by Belles Craft is handmade from burlap sacks, which have transported green coffee beans to New Zealand from across the globe. The rescued, upcycled & repurposed sacks are turned into unique cushions, BBQ aprons, table runners, baskets and other homewares. They are versatile, 100% natural, 100% biodegradable.
Due to high attention to the smallest details and one off designs, they are stylish and have a great look. I love the scruffy and a bit rough look of these creations. All creations are combined and lined with other quality fabrics such as designer cotton to achieve that wow factor. Green living, earth friendly. They make GREAT Gifts. Hand wash only.
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Modern Warfare 3 System Requirements :
Intel CPU - Pentium Dual Core E5500 2.8GHz
AMD CPU - Phenom II X2 550
Nvidia GFX Card - GeForce GT 340
ATI GFX Card - Radeon HD 3800 series
RAM (Memory) - 3 GB
Hard Disk Space - 12 GB
Direct X - 9
Last year, the Cold War-based Call of Duty: Black Ops shifted something in the region of 18m copies and became America's biggest-selling game ever. But fans consider the spin-off Modern Warfare titles -- developed by the original Call of Duty studio, Infinity Ward -- to be the standard bearers for the series.
Of course, Modern Warfare 3 was always an inevitability, but nothing about its development has been predictable. Last year, several months after the release of the smash hit Modern Warfare 2, Activision sacked Infinity Ward co-founders Jason West and Vince Zampella for, "breaches of contract and insubordination".
The duo sued Activision, Activision counter-sued and in the meantime dozens more Infinity Ward staff left, many joining their previous bosses at new development start-up, Respawn Entertainment, now working on an undisclosed project for EA. Very quickly, Activision revealed that it had also formed a new studio, Sledgehammer Games, with Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey previously of EA's Visceral Games at its head, and a remit to work on the Call of Duty brand.
Indeed, the team was already being paired up with a restructured Infinity Ward to start work on Modern Warfare 3. The two companies have shared development duties -- an increasingly common set-up in the modern industry, where projects can require teams of up to 200 people.
"We're taking it to an entirely new level," says Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling, displaying the customary games industry hyperbole. "We're taking players into the heart of major cities all around the world, delivering urban combat in places like Manhattan and London. We're also going throughout Europe, to Russia, parts of Africa, and the Himalayas -- you will travel the world." Yes you will, and judging by the two missions Activision revealed to us at the press event, you will blow most of it up in the process.
It's been a rough start to the St. Louis Rams season, but DE Chris Long notched four sacks on Sunday to lead the Rams in a shocking upset win over the Saints, making him our co-MVP for week 8.
Bills DL Marcell Dareus had a breakout game on Sunday, notching 2.5 sacks. How high did it vault him up PFW's week 9 Rookie Meter?
It's Eli Manning and Alex Smith who are getting the attention in PFW's Game of the Week, but their days could be ruined by sack artist Jason Pierre-Paul and forced-fumble machine Patrick Willis.
The preseason number one on PFW's Rookie Meter, Broncos LB Von Miller, finally returned to the top of the list this week after a 1.5-sack performance that allowed him to overtake Cam Newton.
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James "Jim ‘Beaver-Baiter’ Britches" Bridger (March 1804 – July 1841) is one of the best loved and well remembered of the pioneers of the mountainous Western United States. He hails from a time known as the Era of the Mountain Man – from 1820 right up until 1840 there – surviving some of the harshest and most extreme conditions on the planet. He was foremost a trapper, as well as a guide and a scout. The things that Bridger liked to trap the most were local native girls in their late teens.
Jim was just 17 when he came across an advert in the local gazette calling for recruits for an expedition to Missouri. He signed up that afternoon. His friends thought he was mad but he simply said, “I want to explore that part of the world where man hasn’t explored yet, where no man has been, soft, nubile, virgin land, untouched by any other man’s filthy hands… pure.”
But there was controversy. Just three weeks into the expedition Bridger was accused of ‘crimes of moral turpitude’ and sacked from the expedition. To make matters worse, the expedition was halfway up a mountain in the middle of nowhere. Cold, bitter and abandoned Bridger decided to get to the nearest town and start recruiting for his own expedition.