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How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?
How does a dinosaur eat all his food?Does he burp, does he belch, or make noises quite rude?Does he pick at his cereal, throw down his cup,hoping to make someone else pick it up? Just like kids, dinosaurs have a difficult time learning to behave at the table. However, with a little help from Mom and Dad, these young dinosaurs eat all before them with smiles and goodwill. As in their previous books, Yolen and Teague capture children's rambunctious natures with playful read-aloud verse and wonderfully amusing pictures.75% (10)
Instructions for using the bathroom
Inside Fry's Electronics in San Marcos, CA ---- This makes me think of the 2001 Space Odyssey zero gravity toilet scene: ZERO GRAVITY TOILET PASSENGERS ARE ADVISED TO READ INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE 1 The Toilet is of the standard zero-gravity type. Depending on requirements, system A and/or system B can be used, details of which are clearly marked in the toilet compartment. When operating system A, depress lever and a plastic dalkron eliminator will be dispensed through the slot immediately underneath. When you have fastened the adhesive lip, attach connection marked by the large "X" outlet hose. Twist the silver coloured ring one inch below the connection point until you feel it lock. 2 The toilet is now ready for use. The Sonovac cleanser is activated by the small switch on the lip. When securing, twist the ring back to its initial-condition, so that the two orange lines meet. Disconnect. Place the dalkron eliminator in the vacuum receptacle to the rear. Activate by pressing the blue button. 3 The controls for system B are located on the opposite wall. The red release switch places the uroliminator into position; it can be adjusted manually up or down by pressing the blue manual release button. The opening is self-adjusting. To secure after use, press the green button which simultaneously activates the evaporator and returns the uroliminator to its storage position. 4 You may leave the lavatory if the green exit light is on over the door. If the red light is illuminated, one of the lavatory facilities is not properly secured. Press the "Stewardess" call button to the right of the door. She will secure all facilities from her control panel outside. When green exit light goes on you may open the door and leave. 5 To use the Sonoshower, first undress and place all your clothes on the clothes rack. Put on the velcro slippers located in the cabinet immediately below. Enter the shower. On the control panel to your upper right upon entering you will see a "Shower seal" button. Press to activate. A green light will then be illuminated immediately below. On the intensity knob select the desired setting. Now depress the Sonovac activation lever. Bathe normally. 6 The Sonovac will automatically go off after three minutes unless you activate the "Manual off" over-ride switch by flipping it up. When you are ready to leave, press the blue "Shower seal" release button. The door will open and you may leave. Please remove velcro slippers and place them in the container. 7 If the red light above this panel is on, the toilet is in use. When the green light is illuminated you may enter. However, you must carefully follow all instructions when using the facilities during coasting (Zero G) flight. Inside there are three facilities: (1) the Sonowasher, (2) the Sonoshower, (3) the toilet. All three are designed to be used under weightless conditions. Please observe the sequence of operations for each individual facility. 8 Two modes for Sonowashing your face and hands are available, the "moist-towel" mode and the "Sonovac" ultrasonic cleaner mode. You may select either mode by moving the appropriate lever to the "Activate" position. If you choose the "moist-towel" mode, depress the indicated yellow button and withdraw item. When you have finished, discard the towel in the vacuum dispenser, holding the indicated lever in an "active" position until the green light goes on . . .showing that the rollers have passed the towel completely into the dispenser. If you desire an additional towel, press the yellow button and repeat the cycle. 9 If you prefer the "Sonovac" ultrasonic cleaning mode, press the indicated blue button. When the twin panels open, pull forward by rings A and B. For cleaning the hands, use in this position. Set the timer to positions 10, 20, 30 or 40 . . . indicative of the number of seconds required. The knob to the left, just below the blue light, has three settings, low, medium or high. For normal use, the medium setting is suggested. 10 After these settings have been made, you can activate the device by switching to the "ON" position the clearly marked red switch. If, during the washing operation, you wish to change the settings, place the "manual off" over-ride switch in the "OFF" position. You may now make the change and repeat the cycle.366 of 365 and Done!!!
Finished at last, finished at last. Lord, God Almighty, finished at last. I have never been so happy to take a photograph in my life. There have been long periods where it felt like this project would never end. But still, it's been an amazing journey. I've learned so much about my camera, lighting, expousure. I think I'm a better photographer through this experience. I've also come to know myself a lot better. After 366 self-portraits, you really have had a chance to look at yourself and understand what you like and what you don't. It may mean facing issues you've been in denial about, but I think overall I've become much more comfortable with what I really look like. The project ended up being much more creative than I imagined it would be. I thought it would be a year of simply snapping a straightforward shot of myself. But with the kind inspiration from FGR, HNT and the many, many group members I've tried to emulate, I found myself thinking quite a lot about what to shoot and how to achieve the vision that I formulated in my head. I really have to thank the many people who have inspired and encouraged me through this long journey. Particularly the members of the November starters group. I feel I've become friends with most of the members there and I've really enjoyed spending the past year with them through photos and comments. Many times when I was tempted to go to bed rather than take a 365 photo, I was motivated to sacrifice some sleep to take the shot because I knew there were people who would be looking at my photo. I also want to thank the people on my contact list. It's grown to 68 over the course of the year and I really appreciate both your artwork and your comments. I spent two hours coming up with the following meaningless statistics: Photos taken in my house - 214 in my bedroom/office - 84 in the dining room (the closest I have to a clean background) - 65 in the living room - 12 in the kitchen - 13 in the toilet/bath - 15 in the basement - 4 in the hallways - 5 Photos taken outside the house - 150 in my neighborhood - 40 at work - 29 near Shinyurigaoka station - 28 in Tokyo - 17 in Yokohama - 10 in Kawasaki - 3 in California - 14 at concerts - 7 Guest stars Toyoko - my wife - 7 Michael - older son - 3 Charlie - younger son - 4 My mom - 1 Friends - 6 Students - 6 Photos photoshopped - 366 Photos that appeared in Explore - 0 How much that bothers me - 0 Photos I find deeply embarrassing - very many. Days missed - 13 (done in by the combination of our Summer Intensive Courses and the Summer Olympics) I added on 13 additional days to complete the set of 366. Pounds lost - 3 (Not a particularly effective aid to dieting.) Anyway, from here I'm moving on to Project 365. I still want to take photos daily; I'm just tired of taking pictures of me. It's going to be so nice to be able to see my subject when I'm composing a shot. I plan to continue to post my work to the November starters group and I'm still in love with FGR, so it won't be a complete end to self-portraiture. There are still a few more lose ends I want to tie up before I'm completely done here, but it's way past bedtime so they'll have to wait until tomorrow. Cheers, everyone! -Alan
The bestselling, award-winning team of Yolen and Teague present their second original dinosaur board book, a playful "how-to" tale about making a mess and then cleaning it up.Similar posts:
Come along for some BIG fun as your favorite dinosaurs learn to pick up and put away their toys. How do dinosaurs clean their rooms? With trash cans and dusters and brooms!
Now Jane Yolen's playful, read-aloud text and Mark Teague's hilarious illustrations show your own little dinosaurs just how fun and easy it can be. Brimming with the same infectious humor as the other HOW DO DINOSAURS tales, this new board book is a perfect companion to the immensely popular picture books and a great baby gift as well.
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