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This is the song that played at the very end of the final episode of 'Breaking Bad.' Artistically, it works so perfectly, I sometimes think that Vince Gilligan set the whole series up just to get to the moment where this song begins to play.
My wife loves red wine. I don't. We're also poor. This means that when we open a bottle, she's had to do one of two things.
I replaced my old Flojet pump with a Revolution pump. While at it, I installed these hoses. One of my existing hoses was already the same type, but the other more rigid. I don't think these helped much, and it's more connections that need to be checked for leaks.
Great for beef bourguignon and many other French dishes. The size is great for cooking large quantities of a great variety of food.
This seems to do the job. My well water is coming out of the well at about 4 ppm ammonia these days so I have to treat it before using it and this seems to do the trick. It's nicely concentrated and is well reviewed. It buys my bio filters time to remove the ammonia while keeping it from harming the fish. Doing water changes with tap water that's high in ammonia is counterproductive, but you need to do water changes to keep the fish healthy, so you're kind of trapped in a dangerous situation. Prime helps to make the tap water safe enough to use and my bio filters then take over.
It's not at all what I expected. The fact that you have to soak you nails first should be stated in their advertising. You don't find that out until you get it. If you use it on dry/hard nails it is pretty much ineffective.
When on my jet ski in the Chesapeake bay this summer I was confronted by a huge ship moving up the channel. You can imagine my horror when I realized I had only 1 hour and 45 minutes or so before the lumbering behemoth was sure to pass through my area. With no place to hide and only a water jet propelled small craft beneath me for transport, I quickly withdrew my Kindle Fire from the storage compartment beneath my seat and preceded to read the book How To Avoid Huge Ships. One hour later and with only 45 minutes to spare, I implemented the expert advice provided by the author and turned my jet ski in the opposite direction of the huge ship to avoid certain disaster.