I have had my THR10C for a few months and it gets pretty loud. If you live in an apartment or in close quarters with other people, it gets plenty quiet, too. The best part about it is that the tonal qualities are present even with your volume and gain settings dialed down.
One day after coming home from a really long shift in which several children insulted me for still having braces I log into LiveJournal and see several old friends posting that Jordan FARMER had been drafted to the Lakers. My Lakers. The worst part is that he now going by Jordan FarMAR.
I fail to understand how scrubs worn to the hospital and then worn outside are any dirtier than the pants, shirts, and ties health care workers wear to the hospital and then walk outside in regularly. Beside the fact that scrubs are actually washed and wool pants and ties are rarely washed. And also the psychological impression that scrubs are dirtier when they are in fact far far cleaner.
After a grueling recording process of blood, sweat, liquor, blunts, and tears, lil wayne is ready. His magnum opus must now be professionally mixed and mastered. Once back in the states, lil wayne, still in disguise, kidnaps yung guru, and reveals to him the severity of the situation and how important this is, and that he intends for the album to be released in exactly one week, and nobody must know besides them two.
Every time one side has a problem they want to mandate it. Someone die? Ban guns. Someone is gay? Ban gay marriage. How wonderfully Canadian.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson. Might as well say that Nature hates.
The BBC is the only Western broadcaster to maintain a permanent presence in Gaza. It’s on days like this that the expertise of people like correspondent Alan Johnston comes into its own. He and his colleagues from the BBC’s Arabic Service live close to our bureau in Gaza City, enabling them to draw on the context and contacts gleaned from literally living the story..
No, not the view of a crusty colonel from the home counties in response to this week’s news that British teenagers are just about the most badly behaved in Europe. That’s Chloe’s view a teenager herself who argued on our website that borstals and tough prisons work as well as corporal punishment. Teenagers need to show more respect, she argues, and if she is out of order with her parents she knows she can expect a slap..