Truth fact: Porsche’s hybrid lineup is better than your hybrid lineup, other automakers.
Back and to the left.
Olynyk wasn’t trying to dislocate Love’s shoulder. That wasn’t on purpose. He was trying to break the arm.
If so, she’s wearing it better than the virgins.
I already finished mine.
Batman Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth. (No relation to the games) by Grant Morrison. Good read, incredible art. Every panel is a brilliant, Gothic painting.
Not sure about the dumbest, but I do know which one is the coolest...
The Sony Alpha a5000 mirrorless camera was a great buy at its original $600 MSRP. At $320 with an extra 55-210mm lens thrown in, Newegg might as well be giving them away. The only catch is that it's refurbished, but if that doesn't scare you off, this is one of the best camera deals we've ever seen. [Refurb Sony…
I have to say, Timothy Dalton in this film is one of the finest performances of any actor ever on screen.
Obligatory Follow-up :)
The electric slide.
I want to say that Harry is boring to watch, but I never stop watching his videos. I enjoy them I don’t know how to explain that.
The appearance of socialism is just a ruse to get American university professors to buy our capitalist-produced wagons and flat-pack furniture.
But your car will be managed by Swedes this is an improvement.
The old myth was that Cook was close by to some Aborigines, he pointed to the strange hopping beast and asked for what it was, and the natives replied “Kangaroo” meaning “we don’t understand what you are saying.”
“Black” in English shares the same root as the word “Blanca” (white) in Spanish. They both go back to an origin point that means “to burn or shine”. However, the trip to Spanish took the “shine” portion of that, while the trip to English started with “burn” and later “burnt.” So in one direction things burn and shine…
I’ve always liked “laurel,” signifying achievement, especially in an athletic context. The ancient Greeks handed out laurels at athletic competition (and they were given along with gold medals at the 2004 Olympics in Athens), but that tradition traces back to mythology. Young and beautiful Daphne, a wood nymph, caught…