Energizer AA Lithium Batteries (8-count), Lasts 9 Times Longer

Energizer AA Lithium Batteries (8-count), Lasts 9 Times Longer

  • Lasts up to 9x longer in digital cameras (versus Energizer MAX – results vary by camera)
  • Weighs 1/3 less than standard alkaline batteries
  • Perform in extreme temperatures from -40F degrees to 140F degrees
  • Holds power for 15 years when not in use
  • Leak Resistant Construction
  • LCD displays graphical wiremap, length, cable ID, and distance-to-fault
  • Measures length, and performs wiremap test and remote ID location
  • Solicits and detects the presence of 802.3af-compatible power-over-Ethernet (PoE) devices
  • Tone generator produces 500KHz digital and 400KHz and 1KHz analog tones
  • Verification test meter verifies that network cabling is functional and correctly installed

The Fluke Networks MS2-100 Microscanner2 cable verifier verifies voice/data/video (VDV) cables and multimedia sources on common media types, including RJ11, RJ45, and coax. The meter displays a graphical wiremap, cable length, cable ID, and distance-to-fault. A tone generator produces digital and analog signals to locate cable or wire pairs. Digital mode locates high-grade cabling, including Category 5e, Category 6, and Category 6a in bundles or at switches, patch panels, and wall outlets. Analo

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Londons Times Funny Music Cartoons – Mr. Potatohead Collectible Nightclub Singer – Iron on Heat Transfers – 6×6 Iron on Heat Transfer for White Material

Londons Times Funny Music Cartoons – Mr. Potatohead Collectible Nightclub Singer – Iron on Heat Transfers – 6×6 Iron on Heat Transfer for White Material

  • Heat transfer is transparent and should be applied only to white or light colored material
  • Material used for heat transfer should be able to withstand high heat.
  • Not true color until transferred.
  • Application instructions included
  • Washing instructions: Do not use bleach, dry on low heat, turn inside out

Mr. Potatohead Collectible Nightclub Singer Iron on Heat Transfer is a great way to jazz up a plain T-shirt, pillow case or any other light color fabric. The transfer is transparent and should be applied only to white or light colored material suitable to withstand high heat. Available in 6″, 8″ and 10″. Color not true until transferred; home iron instructions included. Wash inside out using mild detergent and dry on low heat.

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Londons Times Offbeat Cartoons Relationships – Mr. Potatoheads Cousin Mr. Ricehead – Funny Gifts – Greeting Cards-6 Greeting Cards with envelopes

Londons Times Offbeat Cartoons Relationships – Mr. Potatoheads Cousin Mr. Ricehead – Funny Gifts – Greeting Cards-6 Greeting Cards with envelopes

  • Heavy duty card stock.
  • Gloss finish exterior
  • Matte finish interior for smudge free writing
  • Cards are creased for easy folding
  • Set of 6 greeitng cards; 6 white envelopes included.

Mr. Potatoheads Cousin Mr. Ricehead – Funny Gifts Greeting Card is a great way to say “thank you” or to acknowledge any occasion. These blank cards are made of heavy duty card stock with a gloss exterior and a matte interior for smudge free writing. Cards are creased for easy folding and come with white envelopes. Available in sets of 6 and 12.

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Londons Times Funny Music Cartoons – Mr. Potatohead Collectible Nightclub Singer – Light Switch Covers – 2 plug outlet cover

Londons Times Funny Music Cartoons – Mr. Potatohead Collectible Nightclub Singer – Light Switch Covers – 2 plug outlet cover

  • Dimensions (in inches): 3.5 H x 5 W
  • Made of strong, durable scratch-resistant metal
  • Includes matching screws
  • High gloss finish
  • Easy to clean

Mr. Potatohead Collectible Nightclub Singer Light Switch Cover is made of durable scratch resistant metal that will not fade, chip or peel. Featuring a high gloss finish, along with matching screws makes this cover the perfect finishing touch.

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Londons Times Funny Music Cartoons – Mr. Potatohead Collectible Nightclub Singer – Light Switch Covers – double toggle switch

Londons Times Funny Music Cartoons – Mr. Potatohead Collectible Nightclub Singer – Light Switch Covers – double toggle switch

  • Dimensions (in inches): 4.5 H x 5 W
  • Made of strong, durable scratch-resistant metal
  • Includes matching screws
  • High gloss finish
  • Easy to clean

Mr. Potatohead Collectible Nightclub Singer Light Switch Cover is made of durable scratch resistant metal that will not fade, chip or peel. Featuring a high gloss finish, along with matching screws makes this cover the perfect finishing touch.

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The Life and Times of the Ant

The Life and Times of the Ant

Not mighty in size, but mighty in resourcefulness and industry, the ant has crawled the earth since prehistoric times. It has dwelt in rainforest tree trunks and acorns of oak trees, beneath logs, and under sidewalks. It has protected forests by capturing insects, cleared weeds away from acacia trees, and by growing gardens has released important nutrients into the soil. Seed lifters, dirt diggers, social beings, ants have the most advanced brain of all insects! So watch where you step, especial

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I’ve lost count of the times that I’ve been here…

I’ve lost count of the times that I’ve been here…
Weird
Image by ashley.adcox
Mixed states. For weeks on end. It’s been exhausting. I’ve slept entire days away (literally), and I’ve gone days without sleeping. My days and weeks are blending and blurring. I couldn’t tell you when I last woke up. …I just flat out have no idea. That’s a really freaking weird state of mind to be in.

I’ve simply stopped trying to care. No more taking initiative for me…I’m just letting things happen as they will. That sounds crappy, I’m sure…but thus far I guess it’s been working out okay. Picked up a few photo gigs, so that should bring in a bit of money, therefor removing the guilt trip of wasting my life and whatnot. That’s the good thing about photography…I can make as much money in a single afternoon as I made in a week of working part time. Granted you throw editing into the mix, but I never mind editing…it’s just the part of having to be out in the world that wears me down.

The vast majority of March has been a giant blur due to the mixed states. I’m teetering between highs and lows- and constantly being ping-ponged between the two. Needless to say, it’s quite confusing…thus why I just stopped trying and gave over to it. After years of doing this, I’ve finally realized that it’s a lot easier to just shut your eyes and let it do what it will, as opposed to trying to fit yourself into some preconceived box when it’s just not gonna work.

I’ve reached the point where I’ve let go enough to where I don’t care if I’m good or bad. If I’m good…life is good, of course I don’t mind. But the lows have gotten so low that nothing from the "real world" applies anymore…surrendering gives you a whole new perspective. You reach a point where you’re so low that you no longer care that you’re low. The fact that you were ever NOT low becomes irrelevant- you no longer try to climb out of it- you don’t care, nor do you have the energy…so you just surrender to the state you’re in…I think it was the climbing that caused the suffering all along, really. There’s something decidedly more comfortable about that state now than there has been in years past. It’s quiet, and very still. My mood/life is total shit, but I’ve become so internal at that point that nothing in the world phases me. My existence has nothing at all to do with the world’s existence. It’s horrific, but it’s blissful.

In the mixed states, when I’ve had good days/hours this month, I’ve had REALLY good days. And I really feel it…I’m thankful for it- I’m not taking it for granted…I recognize in that moment how lucky I am to be having such a great moment. I leave the house. shocker.

When it’s bad…everything just kind of goes to shit for a few hours/days. I’m confused. I lose perspective of time. After a few days, I suddenly learn that it’s been raining all week, and this is a total shock to me- like after 4 days of rain, I had absolutely no idea that it had rained. I don’t leave the house. I don’t do anything. I have no idea how my time passes…I leave myself, in a way.

Balancing those two polar opposites is exhausting- Needless to say, I’m ready to get out of the mixed state area and just settle on a side…I don’t remember it ever lasting this long- I don’t remember ever changing so much, so many times, in such a short period of time.

Surprisingly, I actually have uploaded a bit to Flickr over the last few weeks…but then I always end up not making it public. I’m finding that I think 95% of the stuff I do is too worthless to post…and the 5% that IS worth something ends up being too raw to post. You reach the point of questioning why you do anything.

It’s like conversations.

The only conversations that are ever worth having are the ones that you could never have.

anything worth saying probably shouldn’t be said publicly. Art worth creating should never be shown. half the time I feel that in order to live, I would need to live a life that isn’t worth living. The only conversations that I’m able to have are the ones not worth having. The only conversation worth having is the one I’ll never have. So do I simply not speak? such is life.

what good is art, what good are thoughts, if you can never engage the world with them? And yet honesty becomes less honest when shared.

We crash, crash, crash
With nothing left to burn
We try to turn the tables
We have turned
Covering the cracks
Won’t make them disappear
I’ve lost count of the times that
we’ve been here

What’s the weight,
name the price I must pay

Cos I don’t wanna be the same anymore
Gotta find what I’m here for
But it’s so hard to change
When life gets in the way, yeah

-Gary Go: Life Gets In The Way

I was gonna play the whole "bold the really good/relevant lyrics" game…but I realized that 99% of the song was bolded…so…yea.

Erupt again ignore the pill
And I won’t let it show
Sacrifice the tortures
Orchestral tear cash-flow

Increase delete escape defeat
It’s all that matters to you
Cotton case for an iron pill
Distorted eyes
when everything is clearly dying

Burn my knees and
Burn my knees and
Burn my knees and
E-motion sickness
Addict with no heroin
E-motion sickness
Distorted eyes
when everything is clearly dying

Burn my knees and
Burn my knees and pray
Burn my knees and
Burn my knees and pray
[All my friends say]
Get up get up get up get up
Get up get up get up
Won’t you stop my pain

E-motion sickness
[To idle with an idol]
Addict with no heroin
Good things will pass
It helps with excess access
Lessons learnt

E-motion sickness
[Lost no friendship]
[Corrosive head pollution]
Lessons learnt
-Silverchair: Emotion Sickness

www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mJgvmvpvKU
^If you can’t appreciate the goodness of Silverchair, just go ahead and stop listening to music now, because you’ll never have good taste.

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