CHOOSING SKI EQUIPMENT

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Choosing your Religion: The Book of Denominations


Choosing your Religion: The Book of Denominations



"Choosing your Religion" is a guide to Christian denominations in the U.S. It describes, in concise form, the distinct features, beliefs, practices, and origins of 18 faiths. While these churches are familiar to all, their differences are not commonly understood. An ideal resource for those re-evaluating, or considering church for the first time, the book allows readers to easily acquire a broad view of the Christian religion by examining its many facets, its different denominations. The "Book of Denominations" contains a wealth of information organized for the benefit of the inquiring reader and includes an overview of the Christian religion, a glossary of religious terms, and comparison tables.










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No ski equipment beyond this point sign




No ski equipment beyond this point sign





A sign warns patrons not to steal the rental skis. Interestingly, it appeared that the rental skis were not even parabolic (shaped) skis, indicating that they were at least 10 years old or more. It would have been very frustrating to learn how to ski here, on straight skis, and find that everywhere else you went skiing had much more advanced equipment. Straight skis require much more effort and leg strength to ride and are considered obsolete.











Ski-boot inserts




Ski-boot inserts





These are the shaped inserts from my boots. Highly reccomended they significantly improve skiing by supporting the whole foot.









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CONCRETE EQUIPMENT RENTAL : CONCRETE EQUIPMENT


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Concrete Equipment Rental





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A business sign.




A business sign.





Says too much & the business owners ought to calm it down & tone it down. I can't hardly read it & neither can anybody else.

The owners ought to think: Bigger pictures & fewer words. People are driving by in cars etc & they haven't got time to read all that. The owners need to remember we're all living in the United States nowadays anyhow.

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"C & B Blueprint," at the northwest corner of Maryland Street and West Lee Street in Charleston, West Virginia.












Sims Crane Grove GMK 5240




Sims Crane Grove GMK 5240





Sims Crane 240 ton Grove and 175 ton Krupp all terrain mobile cranes set concrete poles for Teco.









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COURT CATERING EQUIPMENT. CATERING EQUIPMENT


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The Court Jester


The Court Jester



Kaye plays a court jester who becomes involved with outlaws trying to overthrow the king.
Genre: Feature Film-Comedy
Rating: NR
Release Date: 2-MAY-2006
Media Type: DVD

Danny Kaye spoofs Robin Hood and Scaramouche in this inventive slapstick swashbuckler. Portraying the clownish but good-hearted entertainer Hawkins, he infiltrates the court of the corrupt Basil Rathbone (up to his usual brand of cruel villainy) disguised as the legendary king of jesters, Giacomo. After a court sorceress hypnotizes Hawkins into believing he is also a legendary assassin, Hawkins has more identities than he can keep straight, and Kaye zips back and forth between them at, literally, a snap of the fingers. Comic highlights include a wonderful sword fight with Rathbone in which he constantly switches identities, and the classic "chalice from the palace/vessel with pestle" wordplay as Hawkins plays "hide the poison" and forgets where it is. With comely Glynis Johns as his spy-in-arms love interest, Angela Lansbury as the scheming princess, and Mildred Natwick as the dotty spellcaster, this is Danny Kaye at his comic best. --Sean Axmaker










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French Lick Hotel




French Lick Hotel





The French Lick Springs Hotel is a historic resort hotel complex, now a part of the French Lick Resort Casino.

The location was originally known as the French Lick Springs Hotel, a grand resort that catered to those who came to partake of the advertised healing properties of the town's sulfur springs. The first hotel was opened in 1845 by William A. Bowles and was an immediate success. The original hotel burned in 1897, but the resort was rebuilt on an even grander scale by new owner Thomas Taggart, mayor of Indianapolis and chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

In 1904 the state discovered gambling was going on at the resort, and Governor Frank Hanly raided the hotel, and seized all its gambling equipment, from poker cards and chips, to klondike tables and roulette wheels. He brought suit against the hotel and forced it into receivership. The court case dragged on for several years, until his Democrat successor dropped the case and returned the company to Taggart. Taggart convinced the Monon Railroad to build a spur directly to the hotel grounds with daily passenger service to Chicago. The rich and famous were guests during the heyday of the resort, including Franklin D. Roosevelt (who announced his candidacy for president at the 1931 National Governors' Conference there), Ronald Reagan and numerous others. Casino gambling, though illegal, flourished near the resort (but not at the resort proper).

The spring water known as Pluto Water was bottled at a plant across the street from the hotel for use on the property and for commercial distribution. Tomato juice is said to have been served for the first time at the hotel in 1917 when the chef Louis Perrin ran out of orange juice and needed an alternative.[citation needed]

The resort went into a steady decline with the Great Depression, enjoyed a brief revival during World War II, then went into decline again, particularly after the illegal casinos were again shuttered by action of Indiana Governor Henry Schricker in 1949. The property went through a procession of owners, some of whom attempted to return the resort to its former glory. National Conventions of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity were held at the hotel in 1940, 1953, and 1968.

Revival in earnest came when, after considerable campaigning by local residents, Indiana gaming authorities finally awarded a long-promised license for a riverboat casino to the city. The new casino was a bit slow to get into the water, after businessman Donald Trump was granted the original operating license, only to have it withdrawn for a variety of reasons. The license was finally awarded to a partnership of business interests from within Indiana including billionaire Bill Cook. Cook later bought out the partners after a legal dispute.

The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is recognized as one of the Historic Hotels of America by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.











Prestige Forum Mall




Prestige Forum Mall





Close your eyes for a moment and imagine a shopaholic's paradise - a shopper's dream - 650,000 sq.ft. of futuristically designed shopping space, offering a multi-brand bonanza with top global levels, wooing and attracting the shopper... open your eyes and you have The Forum, one of the largest shopping malls in the country, developed and brought to Bangalore by Prestige.

The Forum is a place one can go to for almost anything one wants to buy. The mall has everything from shoes to exercise equipment, from home furnishings to electronic goods, from books to video games! The crowd puller Landmark which houses everything from soft toys to office stationery to CDs, is a prime example of the complete experience that The Forum provides to its visitors. One can indulge one's taste buds at Transit, KFC, Pizza Hut or the forever crowded Mac Donald's the first one in the South. The transit, in fact, provides Bangaloreans with a never before experience. With its huge food court and eclectic cuisines, it can cater to almost every taste bud in the world!

Global brands like Westside, Soch, Isis, Mustard, Weekender, Provogue and Benetton succeed in bringing contemporary world fashions to Bangalore and its beautiful people. The master builders also deserve the credit for being the first ones to bring the world renowned brand of Tommy Hilfiger to South India.

The Forum houses a multiplex, PVR, with 11 screens showing the latest movies - all this with stadium seating, wall-to-wall screens and mind blowing sound. This is an accomplishment the Prestige team is truly proud of. The building management systems, close circuit security, computerized parking management systems, ATM machines, 100% generator backup, centralized air conditioning and line-in-music completes the loop, to offer a world-class 'view of the future' ambience. The popularity of this mall is such that almost all the celebrities who visit the city of Bangalore make it a point to drop in here.









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Court Jester [VHS]






Danny Kaye spoofs Robin Hood and Scaramouche in this inventive slapstick swashbuckler. Portraying the clownish but good-hearted entertainer Hawkins, he infiltrates the court of the corrupt Basil Rathbone (up to his usual brand of cruel villainy) disguised as the legendary king of jesters, Giacomo. After a court sorceress hypnotizes Hawkins into believing he is also a legendary assassin, Hawkins has more identities than he can keep straight, and Kaye zips back and forth between them at, literally, a snap of the fingers. Comic highlights include a wonderful sword fight with Rathbone in which he constantly switches identities, and the classic "chalice from the palace/vessel with pestle" wordplay as Hawkins plays "hide the poison" and forgets where it is. With comely Glynis Johns as his spy-in-arms love interest, Angela Lansbury as the scheming princess, and Mildred Natwick as the dotty spellcaster, this is Danny Kaye at his comic best. --Sean Axmaker










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DJ EQUIPMENT INFORMATION : EQUIPMENT INFORMATION


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Traktor DJ Studio Ignite!: The Visual Guide for New Users


Traktor DJ Studio Ignite!: The Visual Guide for New Users



Here is your introduction to the fundamentals of one of Native Instruments's most popular software products, Traktor DJ Studio. Whether you're a new user of Traktor DJ, a new hobbyist DJ, or a professional with little digital experience, this book provides step-by-step instructions with many visuals to guide you through the basics of this powerful application. After completing this book, you'll know how to use the many features that Traktor DJ has to offer. Learn to beat match each mix using Traktor DJ's various tools that aid in this difficult aspect of DJing. Learn the differences between software DJing and vinyl. If you're a diehard vinyl junkie, discover how you can still maintain a healthy vinyl collection using Traktor DJ. This book will lead you to a whole new realm of possibilities in your DJ sets using Traktor DJ Studio!










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Ross 12693




Ross 12693





Ross McKay: mixmaster extraordinaire.

My original idea for this shoot had us doing long exposure/motion blur strobist shots in the busy [read: insane] streets of Nandaemun. It would have worked out perfectly... if we started two hours later. As it was, it was a little too bright, even with a ton of ND filters stacked in front of the lens.

What we did manage to gather was one very large crowd, and a collection of pissed off Korean ladies who kept walking into my light stand.

Note: It is not easy to set up and keep mobile when shooting alone. It is even tough to shoot when 15 creepy dudes are eyeing every piece of your equipment just waiting for you to turn your back.

Strobist Information:
SB 80DX @ 1/2 power, bare, camera left











Information Overload




Information Overload





Sometimes there's just too much information to sort through.

Rather old shot (summer 2007), but just got around to processing it a little bit differently. This was taken in the reference section at the main library on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Zooming effect done by beginning at 17mm, and gradually and steadily zooming in through the duration of the exposure. All done hand-held, whilst holding my breath.

5D + 17-40L











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Designing Web-Based Training: How to Teach Anyone Anything Anywhere Anytime






The surge in the number of online training sites has created an unprecedented demand for experts who know all aspects of Web-based training (WBT) site design. Written by bestselling author William Horton, this book provides the hands-on and practical guidance that trainers demand. Packed with over 100 examples, this well-illustrated guide walks you through every phase of designing WBT, from analyzing your course requirements and assessing the needs of potential students to designing a course for a global audience.

You'll find out how to combine elements into effective and interesting learning sequences, discover how to overcome any technical hurdle that may arise, how to offer materials that motivate learning, and how to use Web technologies to create 21st-century alternatives to traditional courses.

Praise for Designing Web-Based Training

"Horton has done it again! He's addressed the cutting-edge problem of Web-based training design with his pragmatic, research-based approach. His work is task-oriented and down-to-earth. He doesn't waste our time with excessive educational philosophy. In short-comprehensive overview, practical advice, engaging presentation."-Robert E. Horn, Author, Visual Language: Global Communication for the 21st Century

"As each new media wave is adopted for instructional pur-poses, there is a lag in effective exploitation of the unique features the medium brings for supporting learning. Designing Web-Based Training bridges the gap by providing a rich and detailed reference."-Ruth Clark, EdD, President, Clark Training & Consulting

"Designers have been seeking guidance on how to exploit the Web's distribution potential while combining it with powerful instructional programs. Horton provides structure, stimulation, and substance in this important book. Web-based training is definitely what is happening now. Designing Web-Based Training will be a de facto classic in the field." -Gloria Gery, Principal, Gery Associates, Author, Making CBT Happen

The companion Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/horton/ features:
* Design guidelines
* Live versions of many examples from the book
* A course shell and sample lessons
* Links to helpful references










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MobileAid EMS Medical Responder AED Backpack (Empty) (31484)


MobileAid EMS Medical Responder AED Backpack (Empty) (31484)



High-capacity EMS medical responder 4-way-carry AED backpack: backpack, shoulder strap, hand straps, ride on MobileAid rolling stations. Large main compartment with straps, 2 side compartments, and 14 internal pockets provide flexible organization of emergency response supplies and equipment. Made of super-rugged ballistic nylon for years of use in tough conditions. Hi-visibility markings and 24 pre-printed and customizable ID placards allow quick identification in an emergency. Reflective stripes and piping enhance safety in low-light situations. Contents: * For mobility: (1) MobileAid Medical Responder Backpack * For bag identification: (24) pre-printed and customizable ID placards










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Planted amidst the faltering lights of Autumn
she slumbers her fragrant flesh
until the giving photons of Spring
bestow hope and perfume onto us all


Dead Bodies and Cash.

"The system now is nothing short of an abomination"... from the Newsweek Article*..

As an emergency physician and entrepreneur working with other small business people, Mr. Wilkes summery of the payment side of American health care is right on.

Ask yourself how the most powerful country in the world tolerates 50 million uninsured and perhaps an equal number who are under-insured (which can be as horrific).

Dead bodies and cash.

Every time one of the endless pharmaceutical commercials airs... I cannot help but think about the millions that have been spent on these ads. How many due you see a day? How many people in your circle are struggling one way or another with medical bills?

It is almost absurd... As profits from other sectors level out (less and less new prescriptions are written for their brand name of drug)… the pharmaceutical industry has committed much of their hope on, the great deliverance of humanity, sleep agents.

So, while we pay billions for managed care, insurance, medical bills... just the pharmaceutical industry alone spends millions of dollars....and will make BILLIONS - just on sleep.

And the estimated cost of affordable, universal health care? - but a handful of the first billions the pharmaceutical major shareholders will make year after year.

There is profit being made at every level, in every back door of health care, in boardrooms across our abundant lands…. to a handful of executives who rape the system taking flamboyant, wasteful, and abhorrent bonuses for increasing profits (often at the expense of overall quality!). Yet more profit for the plutocracy and a further abomination.

Dead bodies and cash.

Moreover… how do many of us then 'pay' for these health care bills... borrowing with credit cards. And we all know how this industry has bought our government to pass laws favorable to their vile usury of the same families who are under-insured. Yet more profit for the plutocracy and a further abomination.

Dead bodies and cash.

Billions upon billions are being made in profit each and every year, year after year by the biomedical, medical equipment, pharmaceutical, insurance, and private health care industries. It is a free-for-all orgy of cash, power and influence… while one-third of our people struggle to pay for their basic heath care. Yet more profit for the plutocracy and a further abomination.

Dead bodies and cash.

While examples from other countries with universal health care may leave much to be desired relative to wait times, rationing, etc… here in America, think about it…. despite our market driven system…. We still rank in the bottom quartile of life expectancy and infant mortality. There must be a better way..

It is time to pause and decide - today - I have had enough - we must collectively act as a people...

I propose a decentralized universal health care mandate, run by each state, funded by taxes on the for-profit health-care-related industry and tobacco, alcohol profits… with taxation of personal income as necessary, approximating what is deducted for health insurance now.

I further propose we rapidly pull America's soldiers out of Iraq... and turn the peace-keeping over the UN (like it or not they will have no choice but to intervene)... we then divert those funds to the healthcare mandate, and also a massive buy out of health care related personal debt.

Finally, we create national standards for Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Department care.... -we fund the much needed rehab of the floundering front door of acute access to health-care....

This universals access the favorable, basic health care inevitably spawns further entrepreneurship... what would happen if the small business owner had no fear of providing 'health benefits' for themselves and/or employees?!

We know state run insurance, is more efficient than for-profit (profit kind of hurts efficiency…. the profit itself is responsible for approximately 10-fold more overhead!). The heath profiteers can still ‘advance’ medical technology while we as a people can bask in the glory of affordable world-class heath care for all Americans. Imagine that. We’ll all, I suspect, sleep a little better or at least, won’t care.

So one may debate the prudence of one plan over another, but I think from a logic standpoint a clever way does surely exist to provide basic, earnest, healing and compassionate health care to all Americans.

It is said, to defeat an enemy do not seek to kill them... an ill target is more damaging than a dead one.

Furthermore, most empires throughout history, particularly the most prodigious have used two things most notably to satisfy their selfish ends... 1) conquest and 2) human slave labor.

Let's halt (or at least limit, for Pete's sake!) our government's conquest











SJS USAR Company 34




SJS USAR Company 34





This was shot on April 6th at San Jose Fire Station 34 when USAR Company 34 was dispatched to an EMS call. Next door at AMR headquarters a fundraising BBQ was taking place to raise funds for medical and family costs for injured AMR Paramedic who is in a coma with possible brain damage following a beating in Los Angeles during the baseball season opener between the LA Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants.

The San Jose equipment from Station 34 was on the apron as members of the public were checking out all the emergency equipment here along with other equipment from San Jose Fire that was dropping in to visit the fundraiser at AMR throughout the day. Local law enforcement and the EMS community were also on display throughout the day.

San Jose USAR Company 34 is shown here in it's usual configuration, USAR A and USAR B, both 1998 Saulsbury built rescue rigs, A being the heavy rescue, B the medium rescue. They carry all the equipment needed to qualify as a state accredited heavy rescue team. The two rigs respond like this to all calls they are assigned.

In addition at Station 34 and nearby Station 5 USAR C, USAR D and USAR E are kept, which contained specialized equipment for High/Low Angle rescue, swift water rescue and trench rescue. C/D/E are only responded to specific calls where the special equipment they carry is needed, using staff from USAR Company 34 or Engine 5.









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MobileAid Quick-Response EMS Medical Responder Kit (31460)






Contents: Quick-Response Pockets: * (1) First Aid guide book * (1) Writing tablet * (1) Pen * (1) Flexible emergency evacuation stretcher * (1) Scissor utility shears * (1) CPR filtershield adult/child * (1) Instruction and inventory sheet * (1) Waterproof document pouch * (2) Face mask with eyeshield * (2) Vinyl gloves (pairs) * (2) Protective gown * (2) Disposable incident blanket * (2) Splint board with pad Quick-Response Module A - Protection, Instruments, Sanitation: * (1) First Aid instruction chart * (1) Bandage scissors * (1) Splinter forceps * (1) Kelley forceps * (1) Flashlight (penlight) * (1) Hand sanitizer * (1) Sunblock SPF 30+ * (1) Insect repellent * (2) Emergency blankets * (2) Vinyl gloves (pairs) * (4) AA batteries * (10) Instant towels in a tube * (12) Bio-hazard bag * (25) Aspirin Quick-Response Module B - Wound Cleaning & Treatment: * (1) Hydrogen peroxide solution * (2) Sting & Bite swab * (2) Eye wash 1 oz sterile * (3) Vinyl Gloves (pairs) * (3) Emergency water pouches * (6) Burn gel * (10) First Aid cream * (10) PVP iodine swabs * (10) Wound cleaner towelette * (12) Cotton tip applicator * (14) Hydrocortisone Quick-Response Module C - Wound Dressing and Bandaging: * (1) Compress bandage * (1) Bloodstopper bandage * (1) Triangular bandage w/ safety pins * (1) Waterproof adhesive tape * (2) Waterproof adhesive tape * (2) 2" x 6" gauze bandage * (2) Co-Flex bandage * (4) Eye pads with adhesive strips * (6) Non-adherent pad * (6) Gauze clean-wrap bandage * (8) Gauze pads * (10) Plastic patch bandage * (10) Woven knuckle bandage * (16) Bandage strip * (16) Butterfly closure Quick-Response Module D - Large Wound Dressing and Bandaging: * (1) Bloodstopper bandage * (1) Waterproof adhesive tape * (2) ABD combine pad * (2) Burn dressing gel-soaked * (2) Sterile gauze roll * (4) ABD pads Quick-Response Module E - Hydration & Cold Application * (3) Emergency water pouches (4oz) * (4) Cold pack unit










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