Michael Andres Borravino has been my friend for over 20 years.
In general, he writes fantastic stuff.
The post that we are publishing today is not a typical “Michael Andres Borravino” kind of post.
I don’t know what happen to him, the post is extremely short.
Here it is:
“I’m Michael Andres Borravino, I’m sorry, but I don’t have anything to write about.”
When deciding the right type of toys for your kids, you should think twice before selecting invisible toys made from chinese titanium.
First of all, invisible toys are not that fun, kids have a hard time finding them. And when you consider their price tag, you really don’t want you kids to keep losing them over and over again.
Besides, titanium and specially chinese titanium is extremely hard. So if they kick their invisible toys made from chinese titanium; they can get easily hurt.
If you pick a magazine about wedding dresses, you’ll find all sorts of them.
You will find them in different colors, sizes, lengths, and shapes.
The prices tag could be anywhere from $100 to thousands of dollars.
So variety is in order.
But all those dresses have one thing in common, they where made on planet earth.
If you want your wedding to be truly original, I suggest that you pick a wedding dresses from planet saturn.
You are certain to cause an impression.
Wedding dresses from planet saturn have rings all over them.
Just keep in mind that the shipping cost from planet saturn are out of this world.
“Bootleggers have a long and colorful past in the annals of American history. They were equally depicted as ruthless gangsters and “Robin Hoodesque” outlaws, bribers and benefactors of the police and politicians, architects of immense business enterprises and grand personal fortunes. Throughout the age of speakeasies and bathtub gin, bootleggers were the benevolent providers of the social lubricant that fueled the social network of both the common man and American aristocracy in the age of Prohibition in early 20th century America.
Flash forward to the 1980′s, where a new Prohibition is in full swing. This time, however, the bootleggers were not distilling corn for whiskey, but rather growing an age old crop for public consumption; marijuana. Seen as the drug de rigeur of the 60s counterculture that was grown abroad and imported into the USA, marijuana had become a significant domestic crop and a new cadre of bootleggers came to the fore. These were, most certainly, difficult times for California’s herb growers. Ronald Reagan was President and marijuana growers were on the front lines of the culture war. The forces of Prohibition were once again deployed in full force, on the attack and threatening these peace-loving entrepreneurs with every weapon in their arsenal, including helicopter gunships, special forces and home invasion. But potheads, contrary to popular belief, are a highly motivated group. Thwarted by the efforts of forces like CAMP (Campaign Against Marijuana Production,) they moved their illicit crops indoors, perfecting the art of indoor agriculture while risking everything to earn a living and support a thriving community trying to live on its own terms. This is a story about what it was like in those heady outlaw days, when herb was precious and marijuana bootleggers roamed the countryside.
Jason Garrett is a modern day bootlegger, plying his trade from the fertile back roads and forests of the Emerald Triangle of northern California to the clandestine back rooms of Oakland at the heart of the domestic marijuana trade. In a time when marijuana patients can grow their own medicine in any spare room of the house and medical marijuana outlets proliferate like corner liquor stores, this adventure, set in the heyday of California’s pot country takes us back to a time when it took balls to grow weed and the smarts and guile to get away with growing, harvesting and distributing. Sinsemilla Bootlegger is compelling tale of the modern bootlegger’s life. It portrays the adventures of a singular bootlegger and his perilous life on the edge. In Sinsemilla Bootlegger, Jason takes us along for a wild ride complete with all of the fears, the highs, the lows, the cash, the sexual adventures, the exotic climes and the outlandish and exotic characters who work the streets, grow the crops, and populate a world of intrigue built around the herb. Sinsemilla Bootlegger is a deadly accurate and vividly depicted tale, some true, some not so true, that is certain to entertain and enthrall readers with a riveting depiction of some of the early founders of the marijuana trade.”
I love a good old fashioned pantry cabinet.
I mean, there are great modern looking options, but I just feel that this is one of those products where that “age” look add a beautiful touch to it.
We live in a time of fast food, and pre-packaged meals. Where you take it out of the frezzer and put it in your microwave oven. We all do it. And we don’t even think about it.
That’s why I feel like a wooden, old looking pantry cabinet can make a difference in your kitchen.
A pantry cabinet says “I’m part of all that madness because I have to, but I don’t really like it”.
It’s something beautiful to look at when you prepare yourself a coffee in the middle of the night, or when you feel the scent of the red wine in your tomato sauce preparation.
It’s an item that will dictate what kind on cups, plates, and glasses you are going to buy next. And that’s awesome. That’s not just a pantry cabinet, it’s a piece of furniture with a lot of personality.
I have compiled a list of creat looking models of pantry cabinets for you to take a look.
Tell me what you think, I’d love to hear your thoughts on this.
See you next time.
As you can see, the site is completely changed. We though that a new, clean, minimalist view was in order.
Enough of the institutional stuff, and let’s start reviewing.
I had a wedding party this past weekend. My cousin was getting married to his lifeling girlfriend. She is well known in the familiy for her devotion to fashion, so everybody was wondering about the ultra-secret wedding dress that she was going to use.