Rudy Project

19 Feb 19
Calgary Herald

Rudy Prediger couldn’t bring himself to watch as a city wrecking crew tore down units in the Midfield mobile home park one year ago. The outspoken resident of the park had lived there for 47 years before bulldozers demolished the homes, bought out by the city for “pennies on the dollar,” Prediger said. “I’ve got […]

19 Feb 19
Rudy Builder

One of the most common applications for vinyl or PVC is in outbuilding building diagrams and windows. PVC is one of the most produced plastic for construction and outhouse plans. Thermal Industries introduced the very first vinyl windows in the United States in 1964 and they became popular when consumers were looking for alternatives that […]

19 Feb 19
Rudy Builder

Organize your shed well and you will save yourself tons of time and money. Move any large hoses from the ground to the wall by hanging them on metal clips or hooks. Tools that you use often should be stored in an easy to find place. A shallow tool locker on the side of a […]

19 Feb 19
Rudy Builder

Making shed construction blueprints and constructing an outbuilding is a lot of work and can be exhausting if you are doing it on your own. Look into hiring a landscape company to help get rid of any obstructing bushes or shrubs. You can rent out an excavator for a day to dig postholes or haul […]

19 Feb 19
Cinema Starlets

Actress: Jo Ann Harris Project: Rich Man, Poor Man KNOWN FOR: Viciously seducing Clint Eastwood in THE BEGUILED Episode: Chapter 5 Year: 1976 Genre: Drama TV Miniseries Character: Gloria Bartley Traits: Friend of mismatched couple Susan Blakely and an extremely miscast and scene-chewing Bill Bixby, Gloria takes to Rudy Jordache, who, for her, has the […]

17 Feb 19
UniquESports

In what figures to be a deep draft, there is not much suspense at the top. Zion Williamson looks to be at the top of everyone’s draft board with three more Duke Blue Devils also landing in the first round. Heading into March this is how I can see things shaking up. 1. Phoenix Zion […]

17 Feb 19
“Go Crazy, Folks, Go Crazy!”

I’m sure there is a college baseball team somewhere in the United States that needed a new home more than the Jacksonville State Gamecocks. But who? And where? Certainly not here in Alabama. Let’s make this simple, then. It’s about time Gamecock baseball has a park commensurate with its history, winning tradition and importance to […]

17 Feb 19
Official Blockchain News & Information

[ad_1] “California needs a comprehensive statewide strategy to uplift and upskill our workers, to ensure technological advancements in AI, blockchain, Big Data, are creating jobs, not destroying them, and to reform our institutions so that more workers have an ownership stake in their sweat equity. We will appoint a new Commission on California’s Workforce & […]

16 Feb 19

IMPORTANT: The contents of this post are determined by the RSS feed settings of the originating site. We do not cut and paste. Jimmy Kay from Canada’s The Metal Voice recently produced an online mini-Documentary on the Rhoads family legacy, entitled ‘RHOADS’. Interviews shot with Kelle and Kathy Rhoads at Musonia school of music in […]

16 Feb 19
Misadventures in Blissville

I was sad to hear of the recent passing of James Frawley, director of 28 of the 58 Monkees episodes. Born in 1936 in Houston Texas, he died of a heart attack on January 22 at the age of 82, in Indian Wells California. He is survived by his wife Cynthia. Frawley was an important […]

15 Feb 19
Better Lemons

COINTELPRO (Counter Intelligence Program,) the program run by J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI tracked, harassed and disrupted or destroyed political organizations considered subversive, and the Chicano movement was one of their biggest targets. Momentum was lost, people gave up, got burned out, and with the passage of time, the story of Free Los Tres was largely […]

15 Feb 19
AustinPolitics.NET

This is exactly where we need more transit-supportive density.

15 Feb 19
RETRATO DEL MUNDO

In a preview of what is likely to be a heated ballot campaign next year,  a conservative writer declared this week that California’s efforts to develop stem cell therapies are “a scientific and financial bust.”  “Back in 2004, the $3 billion California Stem Cell Research and Cures Initiative, Proposition 71, promised life-saving cures and therapies for Alzheimer’s, […]

15 Feb 19
The Baytown Project

“Sometimes on Facebook you get to be friends with people you’ve never met in person. Loving art, I met this lady from Tacoma, Washington, named Michelle Osborne. “She would post pictures showing the progression of her paintings. As I sat up late nights not being able to sleep, I would take her pictures and blow […]

15 Feb 19
marketanalysis

Global Tonic Water Market: Snapshot Savvy participants in the global tonic water market are pitching flavored products to customers in order to up demand and sales. To that end, they are pouring money into research and development of innovative products. Majorly fuelling the global market for tonic water is the rising disposable income of people […]