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- A deduction from the usual cost of something, typically given for prompt or advance payment or to a special category of buyers
- A percentage deducted from the face value of a bill of exchange or promissory note when it changes hands before the due date
- give a reduction in price on; "I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes"
- dismiss: bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
- the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
- (bike) bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- (bike) bicycle: ride a bicycle
- Ride a bicycle or motorcycle
- (bike) motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
- short pants: trousers that end at or above the knee
- (short) primarily temporal sense; indicating or being or seeming to be limited in duration; "a short life"; "a short flight"; "a short holiday"; "a short story"; "only a few short months"
- Short pants that reach only to the thighs or knees
- Men's underpants
- drawers: underpants worn by men
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Liquicell® Canyon Baggy ATB Men's Large Black Cycling Shorts
New Pair of Liquicell® Canyon Baggy ATB Mens Cycling Shorts . Mens Size Large, Color: Black. The next wave in comfort technology. Great looking with a great fit, durable 100% nylon outer shell and lining with a polyester pad over a Liquicell® insert. Liquicell® is an advanced liquid interface technology that dramatically reduces pain and discomfort by protecting parts of the body from shear force (friction), pressure and shock. Two side pockets and a rear pocket with Velcro closure, elastic waist with a nylon adjustable belt make for a great looking, truly comfortable baggy short. Mens' Size: Large Color: Black Shell 100% Nylon Liner: Padded Polyester/spandex w/Liquicell® insert Adjustable nylon removable belt Side cargo pocket with Velcro closure Rear pocket with Velcro closure Inseam: 10" Waist to bottom of leg: 20.5"
mobile phone ad with plaid skirt
Friday Ocotober 29 2010, sltrib. I've been meaing to copy this because I think the teenage female in the plaid skirt is wearing sexual cues and is also posed to emphasize certain parts of her body as the same kind of cue. I'm talking about the way her right knee is turned outward to expose the inner part of her thigh and the way her hips are tilted in a way the would serve as a reminder of the line of her waist and thigh along her left side. I thought the woman had a scarf around her neck of the kind we have been discussing but studying it, I think it might be the collar or bodice of a blouse. This hip and happy ad is a good example of the advertising ploys we've discussed. I've starte to write an essay on the manic phase of bipolar disorder as it relates to the joyous mood presented in ads like this one but it always starts with an article in Popular Science about some kind of mechanical or electronic device used to treat depression by stimulating a pleasure mood center of the brain and I always end up fetched up hard on a reef thinking how it's just some kind of black and white scam. It's a good example of a few of several dishonest advertising ploys these cell phone companies use like a low monthly rate (for some limited time and with certain limitations and qualifications) and I can remember telling you how my father was a devoted price shopper always used to say you should look at the price and ignore things like free offers, two for one sales and % discounts without giving the original price. Last night, they used a large not very dark black man to torture me as I bought ramen noodles. As I have said, they have been taking various items I have been buying off the shelf at Smith's. Last night there was a this large black man who picked up the last package of chili flavored noodles as I approached. He then backed up and watched as I looked on the shelf for another. As I stood up he said with a manic smile something about how I must be looking for the same chili flavor he is and added some further words describing how he had searched the shelf the same way I did. I answered him briefly and as I turned he took out a cell phone and following close by me, started to talk on it describing in detail and joyous tones how he had been searching for two flavors of ramen noodles. As I left the store, I realized he must have been talking about black and white morality in a way to taunt me and cause me grief and anxiety. Yesterday as I left mcds, Nick was watching and as I came to the exit, he moved in front of it with his mountain bike and blocked the way. I hesitated then got into a kind of ego battle and didn't want to go out the door with him standing there in a black and white vignette. Last night, as I entered Smith's a white, 30ish male was waiting for me and as I walked toward the produce section he moved quickly forward to cut off my path. I stop short and waited and that made him hesitate before he continued his path the turned around and retraced his steps as I stood and watched. They nearly always have a flash mob at Smith's of various sizes and which work at various levels of hostility. This morning Nick waited until I was at the bus stop to pass by on his mountain bike. This time I looked at him and nodded expecting him to greet me but he put his head down and passed without looking at me. He said something in a very low or psychic voice that I didn't hear but that I concluded a few seconds after he had passed was, "pray". That a taunt they used quite often. Sometimes they say "You better pray" or "you better pray because [inaudible but in the rhythmic pattern I have described, "You better something, something something because something something something." Last week, after I wrote several long passages like this, they took revenge on me and this morning a student age male mimiced the problem I'm having getting my new shoes to work by stopping in front of me and bending down to make some adjustments then walking by as he moved his feet against the ground in the way one might do if he were having some kind of problem with his footwear. They have been quietly commenting in conversational voices. As I went to click save a female voice said "nope" and the click delayed just a fraction. Back in the sixties when the government mandated that advertisers use non-white races in ads, there was a controversy about the image admen gave to Negros. I guess it followed the precedent of public debate over the negro stereotype presented in such movie characters as step and fetchit or Amos and Andy and trademark images such as Aunt Jemima and Ni**er's Head. (I don't remember this last one. Maybe I'll think to look it up later.) It's quite an interesting issue and I was reminded of it as I saw an individual in what I guess must have been a red-tailed hawk costume riding around campus on a motorcycle the day of the game with Iowa State with what looked like a bare legg
The Eleventh Weekend
So Saturday we woke up and decided to get married. Actually it had been in the works for some time. Technically planning had started a year or so ago. It was kind of a hectic day but well worth it. We showed up at Stanley Park at 9 and were really worried as there was some foot race going on. Turns out it was going to be over by 10-10:30. The wedding was planned for 11:30. Since we didn't think to steal the moving skateboard (Think a plank with swivel wheels on it) I had to hump 5 coolers about 500m. Ugh. As we moved the stuff down, Brandi helped the lighter coolers, there was a crazy couple yelling about stolen things, "this is the last time I swear I'm going to leave!!" and various swearing going on. We hoped they would be gone by the time the wedding started and they were. Julia Ko was the first to arrive on her little folding bike followed by the Nicholls' and then Matty and Pieter. I stole Pieter to run up to Baguette Time for the sandwiches. They were all good to go. Many more people had shown up by now including the Justice of the Peace who I had to retrieve from hiding near the firetruck which was our designated meeting place. After a short ceremony we all dug into the picnic lunch. Various people wandered away and the O'Hagans and Lukans went off to the pool chirping "best wedding ever" because they could go swimming. We packed up and headed back to our place, ordered some sushi and settled down for food and games. People broke at 10 and we checked out our wedding photos and uploaded for an hour and a half. Also I forgot to mention that Isobel slept from 8 until 3:30 the night before. It's like she knew we needed a good rest before hand. Maybe I should tell her we're getting married every day so she sleeps better. We also didn't tell parents we were getting married but we did hear Brandi's parents calling a couple of times, noting that the initial wedding photos had been viewed a couple times we assumed that they knew we got married. Sunday we cleaned up and headed off to swimming. Met up with Angel and Mike and Julia for some swimming fun. One of the life guards was not in so we had to wait a bunch before their replacement showed up. We got discount admission as a result. After swimming we headed to Thai away Home for yummy Thai food and basically just chilled there for a while during which Isobel napped. When she woke up we headed home to feed her, Angel met up with a friend and drove off, Mike and Julia headed off for some dinner plans and we went home to make calls to other people who were not yet aware (my family and such). Now it's time for bed...I'm feeling quite sleepy which is strange for this early...perhaps it's the two butt savagings that Brandi served me playing Dominion before bed.
discount biking shorts
Sure, the Louis Garneau Alveo 3K Short shows the girls what you have going on, but it's also a high-performance, 10-paneled short designed for every-day cycling. Squeeze into the Alveo 3K Short each time you ride your bike, and don't lose the support you need to really move. Airzone chamois lets the hottest part of your body vent, while the seamless inner thighs keep friction at a minimum. The Alveo 3K's ergonomic fit stays true through years of use, and the reflective back and front logos offer the visibility you need on early morning rides to work.
Material: , 83% nylon, 17% lycra
Inseam: 9.25 in
SPF Rating: 50
Recommended Use: road biking, cycling