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To help them improve their gamer acceptance of their pachinko machines, they're going to get the advice of Jim Sterling AND Konami. Konami will hire Jim Sterling as a consultant to build the next Metal Gear game called Metal Gear Flaccid: Assault on
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Features and Benefits: This 23 Piece car opening set is a great starter set for the budget conscious Entry level set Tool ID system High quality in-the-door tools Best selling accessories included The Access Tools Value Set includes the most common in-the-door metal tools plus additional accessories used to open vehicles. Included with the in-the-door tools in this kit is the number 120 sterling tool. All of the in-the-door tools feature our unique Tool-ID system that aids in locating the correct tool for the job. The value complete set is the perfect set for the budget conscious professional who would like a complete set of tools for any lockout scenario. Includes: 8 basic chrome tools with sure grip handles 5 advanced chrome tools 2011-2012 Car Opening Manual For Auto And Heavy Truck Flexible Long Reach Tool Wedgee Wedge Strip Savers Strip Tool Slim Jim Copper Loop Tool Power Grip Tip Set Heavy duty 30 soft case
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All tracks are previously unreleased. Personnel: Eric Burdon (vocals); Pat Couchois, W.G. Snuffy Walden (guitar); Bobby Martin (harmonica, saxophone, keyboards); Michael Ruff, Ronnie Barron (keyboards); Chris Couchois, Tony Braunagel (drums); Debi Neal, Kate Markowitz, Lisa Scott, Lynn Carey (background vocals). Audio Mixer: Scott Sandefur. Liner Note Authors: Greg Spencer; John Sterling. Recording information: Country Club, Reseda, CA (09/03/1981-09/08/1981); Metropol, Berlin, Germany (09/03/1981-09/08/1981). Editor: Scott Sandefur. Photographer: Jim Newport. With an 11-minute jam on the blues standard Crawling Kingsnake, almost as long live takes of No More Elmore, It Hurts Me Too, and Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood, and a handful of alternate studio mixes of obscure Burdon originals such as The Road and Power Company, THE UNRELEASED ERIC BURDON isn't recommended for neophytes. But unlike some re-recordings of classic Animals singles which give no indication that the songs are recent remakes, it's not at all exploitative, and the folks at Blue Wave Records are clearly Burdon fans. While it would be nice if the liner notes gave details as to where and when the live tracks were recorded, the performances themselves aren't bad at all, with Burdon sounding as feisty and focused as ever. Fans will not feel cheated in the least.
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The Korean experience changed the way Americans viewed war. The lack of a clear-cut victory inspired filmmakers to try to make sense of fighting another country's civil war and risking American lives for an unpopular cause. This filmography details more than 90 English-language films. Each entry includes complete cast and credit listings, a plot synopsis, evaluation, review snippets, and notice of video availability. This book places each film in its historical context, assesses the essential truthfulness of each film and evaluates its entertainment value, and discusses how--and why--Korean War films differ from other Hollywood war genres. Four appendices list the films by chronology; production company and studio; level of historical accuracy; and subject and theme. Additional...
Simple, functional...and just plain fun: that describes the 12 projects in this collection of classic wood toys. The projects featured here include dump trucks, a tow truck, a flatbed, a semi, a cement truck, logging trucks...you name it. There's a project for every woodworker -- and hours of imaginative play for the lucky kids who will get the trucks once they're made. These designs are varied and durable enough for kids who play hard. Included are more than 300 photos and illustrations, and the projects have working parts -- from winches to rolling wheels.
The Eagles won on Thursday Night, ending a losing streak, beating a division rival, and winning a one score game. And we learned a few things along the way. 1 Thursday Night Football: Actually good. All year long both fans and players have not been happy with Thursday Night Football. And they were right to be. The games are usually bad match ups (Jaguars-Titans has been a TNF game for three straight years) or just plain bad games. Not this week, and not for Eagles fans. Beating the Giants is always fun, and picking off Eli three times, once for a touchdown and to end the game, is a cherry on top. And objectively, it was an entertaining game: big plays on the ground and air, and it came down to the wire. 2 The Eagles found their hot start swing. When the Eagles lose, they usually play poorly in the first quarter, either turning the ball over a few times or getting behind quickly, and then they can’t get out of their own quicksand. When they’ve won, they’ve usually gotten off to a good start, mixing up the run and the pass and holding on to an early lead. Against the Giants, the defense forced a three and out, then the offense scored a touchdown, then the defense scored a touchdown of their own. It quickly gave them a lead they never gave up, just like before. 3 Doug Pederson is not going to stop taking risks. Ron Rivera got the nickname “Riverboat Ron” after he went for it time and time again on fourth down. (Why didn’t they call him “Ron Riveraboat”. ) But then he went away from it and he’s just plain Ron Rivera now. The same happened with former Falcons coach Mike Smith early in his career, he went for it more than the next guy, then he suddenly stopped (and right about that time he stopped winning). Maybe that will happen with Doug Pederson, who’s not afraid to call the high leverage play, but for now he needs a nickname that conveys how often he will go for it on fourth down. On one hand, going for it on fourth and goal when you need just inches is the right call, especially when you have nothing to lose at this point in the season. Trusting in your offense is good, and when you just came off a game where you went for two at the end, consistency is good too. But on the other hand, it can be argued that the situation called for a field goal attempt. Carson Wentz had just left the game, so the Giants knew the Eagles were almost certainly going to run it. But Chase Daniel wasn’t the only backup on the field. Allen Barbre had also left the game, forcing Stefen Wisniewski into action at left guard. You’re handcuffed at QB and you’re downgraded with your blocking. Lane Johnson was coming off a ten week suspension, he played fine but sharpness and fatigue have to be taken into consideration. In Week 16 for a last place team, it’s nothing to get bothered about. But file it away in the back of your mind if a similar situation occurs in a game with higher stakes. 5 Lane Johnson isn’t a savior. Johnson played well, and he was a boost to the Eagles offense, particularly on the first drive when the Eagles ran the ball well. But any hopes that his return to the lineup would mean a big turnaround to an efficient, high scoring offense weren’t realized. Johnson was having a really good season and establishing himself as a top tier right tackle, and it’s fair to wonder how many games the Eagles would have won if he hadn’t gotten suspended. But the performance of the offense showed that while the Eagles probably would have won at least one more game with him, he wasn’t the reason why the team went 2-8 after starting 3-1. And like we’ve said before here about the same problems with... 6 Officials don’t hate the Eagles. Every team gets bad calls, but it seems like this year the Eagles have gotten a few too many. Not on Thursday. Eli Manning and the Giants threw the ball 63 times and not once was an Eagles defender called for pass interference, which is pretty absurd. If that happened to the Eagles, we’d be livid. But it didn’t, even though Nolan Carroll sure looked like he committed PI on Sterling Shepard. But the Eagles are owed a few. He’s been one of, if not the worst wide receiver in the league during his two year career,.
Jim Kircus - Cajun Crawfish Shrimp Boil And Or A Cajun Barbeque Chicken And Sausage Grille Recipe (cayenne, chicken, corn, butter, lemon, onions, crawfish, crawfish, water, sausage, potato)
Jim's Macaroni Salad (processed cheese, cider vinegar, dill pickle, eggs, green pepper, mayonnaise, black pepper, onions)
Jim's Tuna Salad (cucumber, eggs, lettuce, artichoke, mayonnaise, salt, dark sesame oil, tomato, tuna, water)
Jim Dandies Recipe (cherries, brown sugar, cocoa powder, cherry juice, shortening, sugar, milk, cookies, eggs, icing, marshmallow, marshmallow, chocolate, margarine, baking soda, milk, salt, water)
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