Modified for Manilow
It's very quiet and peaceful, despite the proximity to the Strip. Residents can use the gardens for There is also a business center with four computer workstations, copy machine and four wall clocks with international times. A winding wrought iron ...
April 6, 2015
Samsung Powerbot VR9000 Robot Vacuum Cleaner Review | TrustedReviews
It needs placing firmly against a wall and the cable needs to be off the floor or tacked close to the edge to avoid it getting in the way of the cleaning. Our hard floor gave little Timed and scheduled cleaning is available when you have set up the ...
April 10, 2015
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And, early each morning, it was his habit to step outside and pee on a wall, as blithely as you please. Everybody knew him, because his ritual was so unvarying that he served as a clock; the broken cadence of his footsteps and his cough were the first ...
March 30, 2015
USF baseball team off to encouraging start
With women's hoops competing for high stakes and football installing a higher tempo, the Bulls baseball team (20-9-1, 3-0 American Athletic Conference) has quietly enjoyed a resurgence under first-year coach Mark Kingston. A few hours after an ...
March 31, 2015
Their jobs long gone, factory workers keep showing up
Every weekday they sit at the entrance to the now-silent inkjet cartridge remanufacturing plant, hoping someone will show up to buy the remaining gallons of ink or maybe some stray office furniture. The factory's former A sign on the wall wishes a ...
March 28, 2015
This Is an Alert
Just beyond the steeple, high up in the air, I saw what looked like one of the AlertBots sweeping across the sky, trumpeting the voice at us. I know that's unlikely, but they are known to fly at lower altitudes than The oven clock was blinking ...
March 23, 2015
How To Bury Your Parents
It'll be quiet when you get there. It's poor form to schedule a freshly grieving family during a memorial service. The hearses will be behind the building. If the cemetery is on site, the excavation equipment will be in a giant garage someplace. Walk ...
March 18, 2015
" (The whale story runs from 3:37 to 22:12. ) - "One place you absolutely, positively do not want to be if you're a healthy, middle-aged American lobster: trapped in a suburban grocery store in western Pennsylvania. Bonnie Hazen and Toni Leone take us on an adventure that carries us by car, by plane, and by boat toward a deeper understanding of those mysterious protective feelings that sometimes sweep over us -- well, some of us -- when we encounter our... " - "Reporter Ari Daniel Shapiro tells us about Klaus Zuberbuhler's work in the Tai Forest of West Africa. When Klaus first came to the forest, he hit a wall of sound. But he slowly started making sense of that sonic chaos by scaring a particular monkey called the Diana Monkey. Turns out, the Diana Monkey is making more than just noise. Then we jump from the jungle to the prairie, where Con Slobodchikoff has discovered what he calls a grammar of color, shapes, and sizes embedded in prairie dog chirps. His discovery leaves Jad and Robert wondering whether we could ever understand the language of a different species. Back in the jungle, Klaus is wondering the same thing, and tells us about one day when the cacophony of monkey calls distilled into a life-saving warning.
Has the collective consciousness of the media and your March Madness twitter feed familiarized you with every possible reason to lose sleep over our upcoming matchup. Time to switch things up. The NCAA tournament kicks off TONIGHT in Dayton and your Georgetown Hoyas will take on the Eagles of Eastern Washington University 2 days from now. Tre Campbell's minutes fluctuate greatly from game to game, depending on the matchup. It's even more fun when you know he's willing to step up and take fearless shots like these, both on passes from Hopkins, in the waning seconds of the shot clock. Joshua Smith once again faced off against the lumbering Matt Stainbrook. Though he was neutralized on the offensive side later in the game, Smith managed to rack up 10 points in the first half alone. There was another critical factor in the way this game turned, aside from DSR's heroics: the decision to change over to zone defense in the second half. The person we have to thank for that game-saving adjustment is on the sidelines. Who could it be. Friday Night. Before the game appeared to be slipping away and Georgetown fans started to fear another whimpering finish, things got off to a fun start against the Xavier Musketeers.
The Wiz still had a chance to tie or win it, and with 0. 8 seconds on the clock, Wittman got to draw up a final play. After all, the Wizards had already won a game this season by Andre Miller lobbing an inbounds pass to Beal on a fantastic play call. I walked out of the Verizon Center that night ranting and raving to anybody who would listen about Wittman’s play-calling inadequacies. This past Wednesday night’s game against the Raptors, the Wizards’ finale before the All-Star break, not only broke the camel’s back but took a 2×4 to that poor camel’s legs. Drew Gooden, whose playing time has been all over the place , played every second of the fourth quarter. He also played the final 2:53 of the third, meaning he played 14 minutes and 53 seconds without coming out of the game. Marcin Gortat, the team’s starting center in all 54 games this season, didn’t play a second in the fourth. Temple also played the rest of the game, excluding the final 13 seconds. John Wall played the most minutes of any Wizard, as he often does, with 37. Pierce was next with 30. Then.