my favorites date back to a time when our tailgates featured delhomme, beason, and muhammad jerseys.
zod, johnny rockets, jase, mush, panthro, kurb, scrum, mr. scot, hawk, rannuci, bo in monroe, cosmo girl, alvarez, dimbee, pstall, go to girl, vampi, tattoorhino, monkeybutt, powerless dan, life is a garden, and dmorgan
Minimum base salary eh? They must be giving him bonuses for showing up to practice, putting his helmet on, etc.
bonuses available for not wrecking his motorcycle, not taking a picture of his speedometer while going over 100 mph, and not allegedly throwing his girlfriend on a futon of guns and threatening to kill her. you know, the normal fine print in a contract.
Catch some nice blues up here. Use vienna sausages for bait.
i haven't fished for cats, but i know they are in there.
According to the travel section of USA Today:
Bass fishing -- particularly largemouth bass fishing -- is one of the Catawba River's main attractions. Smallmouth bass are available farther upstream in the river's headwaters, but the section near Rock Hill, where the sluggish and often muddy water supports thriving aquatic vegetation, offers perfect largemouth habitat. Deep holes in the river also harbor massive flathead and channel catfish, and panfish anglers in search of table fare will find bluegill, bream, redbreast sunfish and crappie.
I bet she parks in the fire lane or no parking spot in front of the grocery store for a "quick " trip.
We don't think enough of the other guy and good dudes like us need to keep setting the tone and calling it out.
I went up to a guy parked in the fire lane once with my wife's biz card. He rolls down his window and I go sorry to bug you but my wife is an English tutor. He goes huh and gives me this loom and I point at the no parking his tires were on. Priceless look on his face. I don't mind mixing it up.
I tell my wife that firetrucks must be getting smaller and smaller these days. Amazing how they look like normal cars nowadays.
For once I'd like to see a firetruck pull in to that lane and push the cars out of the way - kinda like a snowplow.
canon has a 50mm 1.8 for around $100. I use it for all kinds of things but it's perfect for family stuff, portraits and poo. It's their cheapest lens, and you can tell in the build, but the picture quality is great. The option of opening up to 1.8 gives you perfect depth of field for that stuff.
get a decent DSLR body and you'll be able to use it forever and buy different lenses for everything you need. Take some time to read about how DLSRs and lenses work and you'll be glad you have one. You might end up using it for other things.
A 60d body is like $400.
the nifty fifty lens is great, but it helps to have a quality external flash to go with it. i use my cheapo 50mm ($75 used) for all portraits on my canon 40d ($300 used) but use a canon speedlite 430exII ($300 new). makes for great, clear images. it can be a bit bulky, but the quality is terrific.