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Burn The Floor Discount


burn the floor discount
    burn the
  • Reference to the actual event, and activity, of burning the Burning Man statue.
  • (Burn This) Burn This is a play by Lanford Wilson.
    discount
  • A deduction from the usual cost of something, typically given for prompt or advance payment or to a special category of buyers
  • the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
  • dismiss: bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
  • give a reduction in price on; "I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes"
  • A percentage deducted from the face value of a bill of exchange or promissory note when it changes hands before the due date
    floor
  • a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"
  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity
  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story
  • the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk
  • shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
burn the floor discount - Burn Out
Burn Out
Burn Out
Editorial Review Lt. Samantha (Sam) Collins, a firefighter, vanishes after a warehouse fire the week before she was to testify at her estranged husband’s trial for drug charges. The only clue to her disappearance is a firefighter helmet that was left behind at the scene. Rachel Scott founded Florida Omni Search after her own daughter disappeared when she was three. She has worked with law enforcement agencies all over the United States in locating missing people. Sam’s mother calls Rachel for assistance in locating her daughter. However, the search for Sam takes her on a journey that she never expected. As she digs deeper into Sam’s past, she finds out more about the marijuana operation that her husband Ken, a former police officer, was involved with. In her desperate, terrifying search for Sam, Rachel also discovers clues about her own missing daughter, Mallory. Will she locate Samantha in time and also find out what happened to her own daughter? About the Author Traci Hohenstein lives in NW Florida and is writing the next book in the Rachel Scott series, Asylum Harbor.

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288 March 14th
288 March 14th
Day Tree.. that's how they say three We started our day at 6:30 with beans, bananas, and home made tortillas for breakfast. We headed to the church to start clearing the property. They burned all the trees and shrubs behind the church so they could start the school there. There were still a lot or roots and sticks stuck in the ground so that's what we did all day. Normally my favorite parts of mission trips are the manual labor... the labor is proving to be too hard for me. And really it's not that it's too hard my body just doesn't have the energy to do it, I know I am strong enough. I took a 30 minute nap before lunch and still didn't feel refreshed. Crap. Today Margarette needed something from the store so my Mom, Susan, Wilson, Julie and I went with her to get it. We went to a store called Pappi's so we could get a discount. We drove up and there was a police car and there were officers looking in a truck... nbd. We parked and the two officers that were looking in the truck came from around it and were holding ak-47's. By this time Mrs. A and Mrs. W are already on their way in the store. Then one of the armed officers got on one knee and held his gun up to the car next to ours. I hit the floor of the van. The officer was talking to a man in the car next to ours and officers were all around with guns just waiting... finally they came out of the store and we high tailed it out of there. It's odd to me how emotionally drained I am. This is where I shine, but my fire has yet to be lit. I want to be stronger. I can see myself here again, next year to help finish the school and every year until it is done. Then teaching in the very school I helped build. The ground breaking ceremony was today... pretty neat. I have only spent time with adults. I am rooming with Susan, Mrs. A, and Mrs. W. I ride in the golden girls van and spend most of my time with Susan. And it's not that I don't like my youth group I am for some reason just feeling... out. Another odd thing. Youth group is my jam (pump it up) yet for some reason I can't seem to be my normal YG self. I am my school self. I mean Sara K and I worked hard on that tree but were was the click? It's as if everyone has someone I mean I have Susan but part of me thinks I need someone my own age. Celina, where are you? Tonight I sat with a boy named Shamir at worship he encouraged me to go up and pray, I said "I don't do that." Why don't I do that? I say it's because God can reach me no matter where I am. He can hear me if I am laying on my bed room floor just as well as if I were standing at the front of the church. But honestly, I think I don't do it because I would be embarrassed. Maybe I will go tomorrow.
street prostitute 26: photographing Ronda
street prostitute 26: photographing Ronda
In her room... Ronda's mood is still not good. It's been three days now since she's slept. She and Melvin have been steady shooting Preludin—a pile of Preludin—that she bought, she says, only because there was no way she could pass up their ten-dollar-a-hit discount—and now she's burnt out—totally—and doesn't even wanna lay eyes on one. And last night, for the first time in five days, she had shot up a D [Dilaudid]. She had gone that long without one because, for the very first time, every dealer she knew—every goddamn one of 'em—had run out. And now she needed another—needed a motherfucking D—needed it bad... "Goddamn," she moans, "I don't feel good," and she falls across the bed next to where Melvin lies sleeping. "You might feel better," I suggest, "after I take you to the methadone clinic. Did you go yesterday?" "Uh uh. I haven't been in two days... And methadone ain't gonna do it, George. I need a D and I gotta have some money. Today is Wednesday. Adams [a cop] is out. For real, Adams is out." "Well," I make another suggestion, "get dressed and we'll go get something to eat." "Please..." "Ronda, I haven't got forty-five dollars, number one. Number two, if I did, I would not do it. I do not have the money, and I'm not your drug supplier." Whining, she struggles to her feet. "Two idiots called me and told me they were coming over....Where the fuck are they?... Don't call me and tell me you're coming... I don't even wanna hear from you if you're not coming—goddamn idiots!" She slumps to the floor. "I'm supposed to see my methadone counselor again today. I don't wanna see him." A few more minutes of moping, and she's back on her feet— And hurling a book across the room. It ricochets off a wall. "Goddamn, I hate this room! I wish the stupid motherfuckers would fix this shit up or tear it down. The drain in the shower's clogged up. I have to stand in water this deep? What if the water comes up to the top—where's it gonna go?" "You've got to ask them to fix it," I offer. "You pay a lot of money for this room." "I ain't paid 'em a dime for more than two weeks now, and they ain't said a fucking word. I don't know what the story is. And I don't give a damn either. ... Where are my shoes?... Where the hell are my shoes at?"

burn the floor discount
burn the floor discount
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