Smiths the world wont listen

A P85 Mark 2 was introduced after it was discovered that the Mark 1 could generate enough force when using the decocker lever to slam the firing pin into the primer and cause an accidental discharge.

Forget about Snow Patrol – I saw Pulp at the Pelicanin their early days, supported by Longpigs. Not to mention some of the best DJs I’ve ever danced to (no, not Paz Poobah). You knew it was a good night when it got so sweaty that it dripped off the ceiling, taking the black paint with it. Woe betide you if you were wearing a white tee.

Yet another set marred by the forced inclusion of multiple mediums. I do not want Vinyl, and I don’t want to pay for Vinyl. Since I don’t want Vinyl, I don’t need the box to be as large, so it better fits on my shelves.

so, the handle was amazing, the tsuba made me happy & the sheathe was awesome... Then I pulled the blade out. For 1, the sheathe must've been badly made because every time I unsheathe the blade, sawdust is on the blade. Plus, the blade isn't black like they said... I was so excited to own a beautiful blade that resembled black wood... But it was like a feces brown. Not pleasant to look at... At all. Nevermind that the sword isn't actually Damascus steel but rather just folded steel... Damascus is stronger. But yea, I wish the sword could've at least been the right color

Aside from that, the key differences are the contact points, so the saddle shape, handlebar width and stem length are adapted accordingly.

One of my favourite exercises is to make a list of New Year’s resolutions. For my husband. So far, my list for him includes a) not eating more than one almond croissant a day; b) not hanging towels on the corner of doors; and c) never shouting in the car, even when I accidentally get the M4 mixed up with the M40. (Easy mistake if you ask me. Besides, what silly person builds two motorways with a ‘4’ in their names so close together?)

Smith and Carlos ultimately became important names in the civil rights movement. Norman stood with them in support and wore an Olympic Project for Human Rights badge. The salute effectively ended Norman's sporting career and to this day very few Australians know anything about the Olympic silver medallist.

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