This 100% original, patented, iphone case design with handle, looks like a beautiful set of rings. Made of high-grade aircraft anodized aluminum, which offers superior protection, functionality, and a totally unique appearance.
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This light up color changing moonlight pillow has to be the fluffiest light up pillow for sale anywhere. The cushion gently illuminates shifting between various different colors.
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The AF2011-A1 Double Barrel Pistol is a first on two counts. It’s the first ever double barrel semiautomatic pistol manufactured for sale (not available yet, but on deck for Fall 2012). And, after getting a load of the “Twenty Eleven’s” sleek aesthetic and technical design, the gun will also represent the first argument the people who really, really want it are going to have with the people who say they can’t have it.
Arsenal Firearms created the Double Barrel Pistol as a tribute to the Colt 1911-A1. In both visual splendor, and functionality and upkeep. Anyone able to shoot a .45 ACP will be versed in handling and firing the 2011. Arsenal Firearms maintains it will perform exceptionally in target shooting, bullseying 8 double rounds of single column magazines–16 bullets total–into a target the size of an orange at 15 yards away, and one the size of a watermelon at 25. Two bullets carry 460 grains of power and, when impacting at 1 to 2 inches apart, will knock down a bull.
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There are few details, but images posted this week to a Nairaland website forum starkly illustrate a story about a giant manta being hauled aboard an oil-rig servicing ship after becoming entangled in its anchor line in the South Atlantic. The unusual catch off Nigeria’s Bonny Island involves one of the largest and most docile marine species. Giant mantas, which are found in temperate regions around the planet, can measure nearly 30 feet across and weigh more than a ton. Details of the catch are between the accompanying images and it should be noted that giant mantas, which are plankton eaters, do not possess stinging spines, contrary to the description posted below, from a forum contributor named Pharrod.
“The stinging Manta ray was killed when the oil rig servicing ship anchored at the middle of ocean near Bonny Island. The anchor of the ship brought the stinging ray up while the ship was about to sail. The stinging Manta ray was killed while resting at the ocean floor.
“But guess what? It was sold to fishermen that was around when it was killed at the amount of five thousand naira only. It could have been preserved. My friend is one of the people on the ship deck.”