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Nike Kampai snowboard jacket makes boarding cozy

25th July 2012
Nike Kampai snowboard jacket has a built-in neck gaiter. It is a perfect cocoon having a waterproof fabric, elastic wrist cuffs, double-layer twill, and front zipper in windbreaker style. The jacketís body is made of 100 per cent nylon and 100 per cent li... Read >
Author: TariqSaeedi

Night Moves: How To Quickly Get Over Being Dumped by Your Girlfriend or Wife.

09th November 2010
There are currently, many, many ways available that can help you get over being dumped by somebody. It is, however, extremely important to note and understand two hard facts before you attempt to employ any of these methods. 1. None of them ever work.... Read >
Author: Bill Vernick

Pus Pocket on Tonsil? Know How to Remove Tonsil Stones Now

08th April 2010
Have you got persistent bad breath? Is your throat sore even if you don't have a cold or any other sort of infection? Does it feel like you have something caught in the back of your throat that you simply can't quite cough up? If this is the case then you... Read >
Author: Homer Perry

6 Self Defensive Pressure Points

08th February 2010
In a real self defence situation in the street we probably don't have enough time to pull out that can of mace, or maybe we left it at home that day. In a fight situation where you have only your hands to protect you it's vital that you know how to use th... Read >
Author: Imran Ali

Looking to Buy an Unlocked CDMA Cell Phone - Is it Worth the Risk?

17th April 2009
Up until recently, buying an unlocked CDMA cell phone was the most important item on a consumers to-do list. However, as the dominoes fall, more and more people are searching for ways to get around using a Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) card. ... Read >
Author: Allen Jesson

The Most Important Secret to Becoming a Monster Jazz Musician

08th May 2008
Let's face it, you didn't get into music because your best friend told you about this hip new thing called "practicing scale patterns" or "ear training interval drills." You got into music because you heard something that made you stop dead in your tracks... Read >
Author: Chris Punis
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