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Pulled into the gas station this morning to fill up the tank.

Had to wait a minute of so until the cars in front left. The cars were the thing. A few of them had disc brakes and power steering. This morning no one came out to help and I paid with a card. But I didn't have to add any oil or water and the gas was unleaded. I pay a lot more for the gas but the same amount takes me a lot further, with less emissions, and in a much safer car. The heat gripped the city tightly today. The children pranced in the sprinkler park, and the elders sat in the shade of the trees playing Bingo and dominos. The youth played basketball, oblivious to the heat and the dire warnings of poor air quality and smoggy humidity. I don't know how many times I warned people to be careful in the heat today, sounding like a broken sweaty record. All of our patients receive checks from Social Security on the first of each month, making that a relatively quiet day for the medical providers. This week I look at issues of respect from both co-workers and your nearest and dearest. My issue is how to talk to them when they say things I do not like without being disrespectful. - Young & Angry In The Office Dear Young & Angry In The Office, I’m a firm believer of showing deference to elders, however the office isn’t the place to act out societal roles— you’re there to do your job. I firmly believe that the only way to get respect is to demand it. Some people have that certain thing about them that ensures people, whether they’re older or younger, never test them. Other people have to go get it. Second, you have to speak up for yourself and address every infraction in a stern, tactful, professional way. Only you can determine which approach will work best. Get the look. + The Row Rectangular D-Frame Sunglasses + Vince Military Blouse + Rag & Bone/JEAN The Mila Shorts + UGG Doha Woven Wedge Sandal + Sbicca Wedge Sandal. Templates:Sonja has a zipper template on her blog. Di has a template on her blog. Kits & Stuff:Christine has a Playful Plaid elements pack on her blog. Cleo has a Wet Look Gel alpha on her blog. Krista has Shade Garden paper pack on her blog. Kaye has padded brads on her blog. . It really seems difficult to me to mount a defense for pulling a ski mask over your face then running into the streets sheltered by the anonymity of a mob, kicking in store windows, assaulting innocent bystanders and running away with whatever stirs your current fancy. It is totally indefensible. Here's a mature take on a tale of two cities last week. One, the response of the black Mayor of Philadelphia, the other a liberal cretin writing blather for the Washington Post:The Looting Bankers Defense And, if you can keep from gagging, here's the WaPo "journalist" take on the injustice that drives to anarchy:Dey Stole Ma Future. So I Burn Dem Out The gratuitous linkage to TEA Party citizens expressing political displeasure with oppressive taxation and government over-spending is particularly artful. In these days of high unemployment a lot of folks are looking for work. Here's a tremendous opportunity offered in the Wall Street Journal. It needs some pretty specialized skills, but if you can pull it off you will be secure for at least the next three years.

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  • KEYWORDS: "Audiopipe DSA1603,784644221211,AUDIOP DSA1603 Audiodrift 6.5"
  • SKU: BC15107
  • MANUFACTURER: Audiopipe
  • PRICE: 16.2400000
  • RETAILPRICE: 18.540000000
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  • CONDITION: new
  • WARRANTY: 30-Day Mfg Warranty