cit⋅rus [si-truhs] noun 1. the tart-to-sweet, pulpy fruit of any of these trees or shrubs, having a characteristically smooth, shiny, yet beautifully stippled skin. 2. the place to go for couture hair that tantalizes the senses and makes the mouth water.
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I purchased this camera from Amazon a week ago and last night I set this up. I have read a lot of reviews in Amazon saying the set up is vague and complex and I would say, it is absolutely not. I thought I would put a detailed review that can help other people who are planning to buy a reliable and intelligent security camera. Here are the steps that I would recommend people to note down. This is my first purchase of any security cameras. My brother has Nest cams so I was looking into those. He loves them. As I was doing my research I came across these Amcrest ones for half the price. I read many good reviews so I figured I’d get one and give it a try. It was a great decision that I will never regret. The camera was well packaged and looking at the packaging, you would think that there is a VIP in there. This camera over exceeded all my expectations.
I shrugged my shoulders and leveled the .44 cap-and-ball at its plaintive face. The squirrel thanked me, got up on its hind paws, put the metal in its mouth, and suckled on the long barrel like a caged guinea pig taking water from a bottle.
I cocked the hammer. The annihilating thunderclap, the blue smoke, the oddly gentle kick, the spray of blood, bone, and fur on my boots — all one blur, one true moment, a thing of terrible clarity. Deafened, ears ringing, I tucked my head into the crook of my arm, dropped to my knees, and wept. The buzzing in my head, the buzzing in the forest, dopplering off the sugar maples, oaks, and corpses of long-dead Dutch Rotted elms. The buzzing was everywhere. Beneath my palms, the dead leaves on the forest floor vibrated in time to that all-pervasive power station hum. The buzzing was everywhere, and I wept.
Have you broken up with your partner? How hopeful do you feel that you can get them back? Chances are that getting them back is going to be tougher than you think. Your ex spouse probably has several negative feelings for you at this moment. You have to have a way to get past these before anything good can happen.
Here are a few examples of these negative feelings:
Feeling like you weren’t willing to do whatever it took to detect problems before they became big problems. In many cases the other person might have been sending you signals that something was wrong, but you chose to ignore it or you just didn’t see it. When this happens it comes off like you’re being insensitive or that you don’t really care. The other person will begin to believe you don’t value the relationship as much as they do and as a result you don’t value them as much as they might value you.
If you´ve ever traveled on domestic flights in the US you know about the shopping catalog “SkyMall”. It is tucked in every seat. This catalog that let´s you do your shopping in the air is reason enough to travel. Today I want to show you some of it´s ridiculous products.
In the picture above: “The Comfort Mat” You need this because? Standing by the grill too long can cause back pain if you don’t use it. “Giant wine glasses”. For people who don´t like too ask for a refill but who do love wine. “Tree Log Pillow” For log ladies of course. And the “DIY Log Making-kit” if you “don´t want to wait 20 years to cut down a tree you can make logs from paper for your fireplace”
After working in an ultra high end boutique bass factory for a number of years, I was always frustrated that the instruments very rarely found their way into the real world — that of the “working stiff”, gigging musician.I started designing electric uprights in
about 1990-91 and continued to develop various approaches to the EUB (electric
upright bass) over the years.
While working in the bass factory, I often used my off-time to make these designs
for personal basses and, through numerous trial and error projects, began to refine
what a quality upright should be: paying particular attention to the sound quality
when playing arco (bowing), and refining still further the concept of portability
without compromising certain aspects of a quality uprights performance…and feel.
Finally in late 2002, my tenure at the bass factory ended, and I set out to design
and manufacture the EUBs in earnest. The goals were very simple: make the
absolute most instrument, for the least amount of money possible, and offer them
direct to players thereby having a “hands on” relationship with the people who
would be in the trenches so to speak.