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Hugo Elite Rolling Walker with Seat, Backrest and Saddle Bag
Hugo Elite Rolling Walker with Seat, Backrest and Saddle Bag
Rolling Walkers by Hugo give you the mobility, convenience and portability that you need in a walker. This blue Elite Walker has a 2" height adjustable built-in seat with backrest that provides a perfect place to sit and rest. In addition, a convenient under seat storage bag provides security for your valuables. Hugo’s Rollator Walker has height adjustable handle bars for proper posture and ergonomic hand grips which place your hands at a natural angle for comfort and better brake access. The tool-free assembly makes this walker quick and easy to set up and simple to fold down for easy storage. Hugo‘s Elite Rolling Walker is designed to support adults up to 300 lbs. and is well suited for those rehabilitating an injury, dealing with severe arthritis or those who have conditions that compromise their balance. This walker gives you reliable stability for more confidence and security when walking indoors or outdoors and includes a saddle bag for extra storage. Model # 700-959US

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" 243429293 I hope the world goes into chaos. I want more terrorist bombings, more wars, basically anything that has to do with death, destruction or suffering. I act like I am against the war in iraq and how immoral war is. I speak of peace and respect to all of humanity. But, when I wake up in the morning and read the paper, I am secretly wishing I find a news story of U.S soldiers being killed up or innocent children having their legs blown off. I know its weird, I used to deny these feelings I had. But now I accept them. Sex and violence is the only thing that gives me pleasure. I say embrace the chaos everyone, its so appeasing. 431297202 After 9/11, I was completely duped by the Bush administration's lies. I said some very bad things about Iraq, and I honestly expected that we'd capture Saddam then clear out. I knew Bush was an idiot, but I thought for once he was putting America's interests ahead of his oil connections. I feel like such a fool. 198499133 I live in a small town in Kansas. I've always been the artsy type..painting, photography...while most other guys around here were more jocky. Tons of guys joined the millitary after high school and now almost all of them are in Iraq. They send letters home saying how proud they are of their wives and how it must be hard for them to deal with their husbands being away. Well do you know how they deal with it? They fuck me. Thats right. While you are away getting your ass hot off I'm shooting myself off in your wifes ass. Thank God for George Bush. I have about 4 wives I'm currently fucking because of his great leadership. I voted republican this year and then promptly went to a shipped off wives's home and came in her mouth. 663192506 I selfishly avoided going to see my grandfather when he was in the hospital, until the day he died, and he was already in a coma. I think i mostly did this because i hate having to fake affection for family members. I have absolutely no feelings, for anyone but myself, and am completely unable to empathise with others. On a regular basis i imagine what it would be like if my whole family died. I always imagine tragic things happening like that because i imagine that it will somehow shock me out of my apathy and maybe i'll actually feel something for at least a little while. I was secretly very excited about 9/11, not because i hate America, on the contrary i'm a bit of a flagwaving asshole, and sometimes I find myself hating liberal celebrities and protesters to unreasonable degrees. I was just happy that something was finally happening to shake things up a bit, even if it meant that thousands were going to die. Same thing with Iraq. Im just selfish. I think all the time about the end of the world coming, and the sooner the better. 441956508 First off my wife is in Iraq and in the time that she's been gone I've done nothing but go on 3 or 4 day benders of methamphetamines or any drugs that I could get my hands on at the time, I spend all of our money and I have a stripper wanting to fuck me, I havnt given in yet but I likely will any day now. 706542473 I just finished a year of active duty in Baghdad and after returning home all I feel is hatred for the US Media and the Democrats. The media makes it sound like we are hated in Iraq and things are terrible. The vast majority people over there loved us and are thankful we removed Hussein...it is just a few radicals ruining it. I was proud to do my service and I look forward to returning to Iraq in 4 months. The Democrats say I am being sent to die by a weak President...what? I am going with pride to serve my country, defend my people, and help great people rebuild their great nation. The media and Democrats know the truth and feed lies to the American public about the war in Iraq - that is what makes it so terrible. I hate them. I feel like the people of Iraq are more my friends than the US Media and these Democrats like Kerry and Dean. I am proud of what I am doing, I know it is a good and just war, and I am thankful to have a leader like Geroge W. Bush as my Commander in Chief. If people put Kerry in office...they reap the danger they sow. 808238721 I secretly feel a smug satisfaction hearing that things are going badly in Iraq, because I was against the war from the beginning, and I want the Bush administration to be humiliated. 295200060 Im a staff sergeant (E6) in the United States Army, stationed in Iraq. On one of our patrols 10 miles south of baghdad, the humvee in front of ours was hit with a rocket-propelled grenade. The corporal next to me stop the humvee and got out to return fire on the Iraqi insurgents. I quickly got out, loaded a clip into my M-16 and started firing on the shadowy figures. The explosion had kicked up alot of sand and it was very hard to see, but they were shooting at us. I had to of the enemies in my site and I nearly hesitated to fire, but I persevered and emptied my clip into them. About 5 minutes later
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San Pedro de Macoris. Dominican Republic Hitting and throwing a round object. an ordinary boy. Domingo Alvarez. from a very poor part of this mostly poor country. he holds a lime. It is his baseball. The folded carton is his baseball glove. The shirt probably his older brothers or one a tourist gave him years ago. He was born in a family of 8. All 7 children slept on top of two filthy musty humid, bug infested mattresses on top of a floor that is really dirt. He fetched his water from a local well. He never knew his father, but he said someone used to hit him alot. He never knew his mother because she died at childbirth. He doesnt know how to read well at all, he can write poorly. He lives breathes hopes for dreams and instead of blessing JC and the virgin M he awaits a baseball scout from RICH AMERICA to choose him to join the MBaseball League. 99 percent of the Dominican kids never leave the country. They remain living in dark furnace hot shacks, in little slums/ghettos/bateyes and to make this story.......very short , live very impoverished lives. Unimaginable to the usual American. This boy cannot afford a baseball or a glove. He does not have a means to buy one. He has felt a real baseball he said once and put his hand inside a real mit once. He uses a bamboo stick to hit the lime with. Bases are flattened out milk boxes and whatever detritus he can find. This is baseball for Dominican kids unless they make it to a team sponsored by the US under the auspices of a major league team. This boy loves the game. Would probably be a star on his " little league team".HE would accept a salary of 15 thousand dollars a year and kiss the ground if that were ever to happen. 15 thousand US dollars is the equivalent to 540,000 Dominican pesos. It is more money than he could ever imagine. He would be the richest man in his small world in his small ghetto. Yes DOMINGO ALVAREZ would give anything to play US baseball. But he probably wont. Chances are practically nil. he will remain in a slum perhaps drink cheap alcohol, never go to school, make a few woman pregnant, and grow to hate his life himself and his predicament. Or he will head for Santo Domingo or Santiago and drive a taxi and smell the fumes of automobiles all day the rest of his life. He will rarely see a real baseball game live and will never own a real baseball or a glove. He will though never stop the dream and hope of making it to the big leagues. There is nothing else for him in this life except that dream. End of the boys story: Yankee Stadium is brand new. The old stadium was a legend a time honored tradition in baseball. It was the house that RUTH built. It is IMHO a disgrace. A horror, a plastic artifice of society today. A reminder that baseball is and will always be a business. An insult to the game.. An insult to Baseball, an insult to me an insult to tradition, an insult to insult! Baseball used to be a game. ONLY A GAME! ball players had to work other jobs and play ball to support themselves. Families would go to games. It was for everyone. BUT It has become like everything in AMERICA: a business. like MUSIC, ART, SCIENCE, HEALTH PROFESSIONS, PRISONS...................... A BUSINESS. Baseball is a BUSINESS, still playing the same game but its no longer just the game that counts. Baseball players in the USA are treated like GODS. They use a wooden bat to hit a baseball and they are treated like other worldly beings. They have transitioned from cigarette smoking 2 job a day struggling atheletes to corporations protected by huge law companies, bodyguards and hefty salaries. For hitting a spherical object with a wooden device as hard as they can. A teacher teaches your children to read write sing dance, and perhaps stops them from crying if they are in distress, A psychiatrist removes the auditory hallucinations from your ill mind A cop risks bullets in his head in a cross fire to protect you A surgeon takes out a bullet from your lung and liver to save your life A pilot in stormy weather lands a plane safely barely while you were sleeping A Marine sprays bullets and gets one in his back paralyzed for life for his country A baby sitter watches your child for 5 hours protects them from harm and feeds them A war photographer risks his life to portray what real death looks like A Baseball player holds a wooden bat and swings it trying to make contact with a ball Every time a batter comes to the plate he earns in the tens of thousands. even if he strikes out all season he still gets tens of thousands each time he goes to bat. Even if he hurts his knee and cant play he still gets millions of dollars. Even if he performs poorly he still makes more money than 95 percent of the US population. there are 9 million people out of work in this country. 9,000,000 not working! it costs around 150 - 250 for a family of four to go to a baseball game. A hot dog at YANKEE STADIUM IS 6.00 dollars a beer 9 .00 water 5 dollar

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