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K&N’s New Street Metal Series High-Flow Air Intake Systems provide a good looking appearance, offer increased airflow and deliver more horsepower and torque to your Harley-Davidson® motorcycle.The sturdy, cast aluminum backing plate mounts directly to the throttle body via a aluminum integrated internal-run breather system. An original K&N High-Flow Air Filter is used, lowering restriction while providing long service intervals. A durable mounting gasket is used to absorb vibration. K&N High-Flow Air Filters are washable, reusable, pre-oiled and ready to ride. Coleen is all about spreading good thoughts, and making a difference with words and affirmations. She uses them in her incredible work of the "Soul Whispers". She creates Fairy darlings, each are named, and have a message to make the world a better place. I hope you will visit her and cheer her on. flickr. I am honored to know Coleen personally, I lucky to have many of her works, and I am a better person because of her friendship. She did Coleen's banner. Someone recently was given a Vtech Vreader and MobiGlo display console and they wanted to know if the individual parts can be removed and used.
To start with I removed the battery back.Next was to find really small speakers to fit into the devices. The built in battery holders were not wired up but the external power adapters were wired so I used an AC adapter to test them out. It meant so much for the instructors and students delivering these bikes to see counselors, principals, teachers and some of the recipients with tears of joy in their eyes. Our students are getting so excited about this project and to start work on our Bikes for Angel’s fundraiser.
So when she asked to go shoot pistol, I was especially happy.After she finished her honors geometry homework, we loaded up some guns, and ran to the range in the waning sunlight. It went 'splodey. It was fun to watch. And I thought, "Hey, it's been four and a half years since I posted my daughter shooting. Let's post another. PhotoShop Disasters is one of the funniest sites I've seen in a while. It also makes you feel a little better about the world around you. People don't look like those in magazine advertisements, friends. If you're attempting to achieve beauty by those standards, you will always fail. But that's okay. so do the production artists:You should look skinnier. You should have more graceful arms. Your waistline should be bulge-free. Men should look less craggy. It's not all just fun and games, though. The filter also has the patented Powerclenz automatic cleaning system which enables the filter to be cleaned with the twist of a knob. Finally. Change Your Life Forever!The Spirit Of The MarathonThe Spirit Continues. The startling truth about speech is that our words either serve to glorify and please Him or they exalt and please ourselves. More about that another time!. Thus his father wept for him. Joseph’s coat of many colors is now used to present false evidence that Joseph was killed by a wild animal. As explained previously an evil beast would refer to an animal intent on violence. This is true about visiting friends or countries that “liberate” and occupy other countries. This goes along with the previous Proverb on overdoing something and excess. Let’s talk about telling others about the Gospel. Evangelical Christians, those who spend time propagating the faith by things like handing out tracts, knocking on doors, and street preaching need to learn to not only be respectful of other people’s property but of their time. Stopping someone rushing on their way to work and trying to get them into a conversation about where they’re going to spend eternity might just not produce the results you would like although it may make you feel good, as if you’ve done your part. But, you haven’t. Turning people away with disrespectful behavior is not a way to point someone to the Saviour. I am particularly sensitive to people who have no respect for my time, people who seem to feel that my life is totally meaningless in that whatever I would have to do is unimportant or that the pressures I face mean nothing. Muddy's Grindhouse is fairly new, another location for the people who own the Muddy's Bake Shop I've written about before.
This location in the Cooper-Young area of Midtown has more food and coffee options.Here's the entrance: Isn't that cheerful? The Daughter had the pumpkin pie and Earl Grey cookies, and I had zucchini bread: We each had coffee. Everything was wonderful. You order at the counter and take your food to a table after paying at the register, just like the other location.
There's a patio you can see on the left side of the photo at the top of the post.The prices were average for coffee shops in the city, and the staff is more than pleasant. from the back of the book:The world is at war. Two men -one white, one black- find themselves in extraordinary circumstances, confined with the enemy, struggling to preserve a shred of dignity against impossible odds. They thought survival was their only purpose -until they realized that living means nothing without the truth. The Daughter and I were downtown one day and wandered through the Southern Folklore Museum. There's a lot of folk art on display, but the main attraction is the music. In addition to frequent concerts on site, there's an annual music festival. This year's festival will be in August. The description from their website:Each Labor Day Weekend we produce the Memphis Music & Heritage Festival. It is the Center's signature event. With urban Memphis as our backdrop we showcase and celebrate of the music, culture, arts, and rhythms of the Memphis/Delta region. On five stages we present musicians, dancers, cooks, talkers, poets, folk artists, workshops, and craft vendors allowing festival-goers to celebrate Memphis' musical roots and also enjoy many contemporary twists to our musical heritage.
Your weekly dose of Spurgeonposted by Phil JohnsonThe PyroManiacs devote some space each weekend to highlights from The Spurgeon Archive.h, how many there are that are never settled! The tree which should be transplanted every week would soon die. Nay, if it were moved, no matter how skilfully, once every year, no gardener would expect fruit from it. I know not where men have had their judgments manufactured, but to my mind it always seems impossible to believe a contradiction. I can never understand how contrary sentiments can both of them be in accordance with the Word of God, which is the standard of truth.
But yet there be some who are like the weathercock upon the church steeple, they will turn just as the wind blows.I think I'll pick up the Pynchon and Wallace books the next time the opportunity arises. I always meant to read them but never got around to it. from the back of the book:The Ghost Road is the culminating masterpiece of Pat Barker's towering World War I fiction trilogy. The time of the novel is the closing months of the most senselessly savage of modern conflicts. In France, millions of men engaged in brutal trench warfare are all "ghosts in the making. " In England, psychologist William Rivers, with severe pangs of conscience, treats the mental casualties of the war to make them whole enough to fight again. One of these, Billy Prior, risen to the officer class from the working class, both courageous and sardonic, decides to return to France with his fellow officer, poet Wilfred Owen, to fight a war he no longer believes in. Meanwhile, Rivers, enfevered by influenza, returns in memory to his experience studying a South Pacific tribe whose ethos amounted to a culture of death.
House churches still exist.It is better to have forty house churches or twenty-five people each, than it is to have a building for one thousand people. The house churches will reach the city faster than the big church. They can double in size, divide, and multiply. The house churches are not dependent on a gifted, high-powered pastor, nor a big, professional staff. Quick place holder for the past week of training. Fit the race report in there somewhere, but didn't get around to the weekly until now. Next week is my goal half. The time is what it is, but I’m satisfied with the race – I did what I came to do. This race was a late addition to my fall racing plans, picked after I dropped out of a race the week before. One holdover from my horse-riding days is the belief that you have to “get back on the horse” as soon as possible after a fall – I think it’s a concept that transfers well to running. So, with my coach’s OK, I looked for a race this weekend. Which gets paid the last week in February. I'm pretty good about socking it into savings, but I usually allow myself an indulgence, a splurge. At least the first one. So much did I love it that I overlooked the truly ugly grey and orange color scheme, as well as the bulkiness of it on my wrist.
Private Owner wagons gain some bare wood effects In the past week, I've been working on a range of ex-Private Owner mineral wagons, with a pair of Bachmann RTR models being two good examples.The grey interior has been treated to a weathered, bare wood finish using Lifecolor acrylics, with a few bodyside planks also picked out with the same effect, suggesting a few replacement timbers. Again, the interior has been upgraded with a mock timber finish, with a few external planks in bare wood and mis-matched shades of grey for a bit of variety. Today we drove across to the IWA waterways festival at Pelsall. We knew Halfie and Jan would be there on Jubilee. We found him in typical Halfie volunteer mode! Then we walked down the line to find Captain Ahab, Wand'ring Bark and the Jam Butty. Trade was proceeding well and, with some Christmas present ideas in mind, we made our own contribution to his pension fund. Back at the BCF tent after lunch we chatted with Jan and some others, and then the heavens opened. Half an hour spent getting rid of the lakes of rain collecting on the tent roof was a precarious business – a thoroughly saturated shirt the result. As we drove away the slope up to the exit was already looking muddy. As we started out from Wheelton this morning, so did the rain, earlier than the Met Office website had forecast. Two miles on we were pretty soaked and had decided that going up the set of six locks in Blackburn today would probably be a miserable experience. In Withnell Fold we stopped briefly at the visitor moorings… to capture two examples of local architecture – one an example of how to spend your money… and the other a left over from how, in the past, you might have made it.
By Riley Green we'd had enough of the weather, and moored up.An hour later the sun came out and has been doing pretty well by us ever since. Perhaps we should have gone for those Blackburn locks. I'd left a rag under the union on the water pump that I reconnected last week, and it showed that there was some water escaping. Hardly a leak, more of a seep. So I acquired some PTFE tape, something I don't think I've had occasion to use personally for a couple of decades. PolyTetraFluoroEthylene, as I recall. Turn off the stop-cock, drain the pipes, undo the union, apply some tape, do it all up again, take it all off again to get rid of a kink I'd put in the flexible hose, apply more tape, do it all up more carefully, and turn on the stop-cock so we can have a restorative cuppa. It's amazing what can wear you out. At the water point at Autherley Junction today we met a family doing the four counties ring in a week, nearly at the end of their journey. On the left is Oxley Marine, the people who fixed our alternator. Ahead is Oxley Moor Bridge – pastures new, the gateway to who knows what. After half a mile we passed Aldersley Junction, with the first lock into the Birmingham Canal Navigations, but that's for another day. .