Being able to finish the race has been energizing and invigorating. I enjoy working towards a goal instead of just “working out.” Could the 2012 NYC Tri be one of those goals? Now that the taste and smell of the Hudson River is gone I think I could do it again. Before I set that as my goal though there are still other events to swim, bike and run.
Its not really even the getting off part for me or for him. Its just that he lied to me about it. Or when i ask for something (I dont ask often for like full on sex) it just seems he doesnt want to. Of Homeland Security? Yeah right. These days I am more inclined to pay for content and stay completely away from proprietary technology. I have a brand new Ubuntu running laptop running open source (and non data collecting) software.
Romantic comedy co stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Jennifer Aniston. (Paramount)Champions Forever: The Latin Legends Documentary about the great Latino boxers Roberto Duran, Julio Cesar Chavez, Kid Gavilan among them narrated by Edward James Olmos. (American Home Entertainment)Drunks It’s 12 step city as recovering comedian Richard Lewis leads what is reportedly a serious movie about an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
Green says some doctors wonder about passing along results to police, when they find elevated blood alcohol in toxicology tests from people involved in crashes. To look at that possibility, our legal columnist Wayne MacKay. He is a professor emeritus at Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law..
This isn Die Hard or Bad Boys 2, but it great action from a new viewpoint. It morally reprehensible and it precise and tactical. It kinda makes sense now, they saw a new kind of action in the first one that could be amped up in a sequel and maybe even franchised.
Radio 1’s attitude to religion has attracted a few headlines this week. The Trust is being asked to look at how much religious programming Radio 1 offers to its 10 million plus young listeners Bishops lined up to say we should do more. One soon to be ordained priest fired a shot at our news bulletins saying that on Easter Sunday there had been no mention of, well.
My main concern is that once I tested these on our UV light tester, it showed that the lenses themselves are not coated with UV light protection, which is the main point of wearing sunglasses in the first place. Without it, you basically causing your eyes to dilate through the dark tint and exposing them to more UV rays that will eventually cause cataracts. In our machine, if the lens registers a UV400, it means that they are 100% UV protected.