Difficulty Setting: Monday Motivation
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2/13/2012 2:29pm, #2
He looks like Mario Balotelli of Man City. Certainly, a livewire. He was pulled over by erratic driving by the Police in his Maserati/Lamborghini/Ferrari and they asked him why he had £10,000 in his back pocket. He replied: "Because I am rich".
No? Not him?
2/13/2012 8:55pm, #3
Don't know really, could be; just came across the image this morning.
3/01/2012 10:32pm, #4
Speeding fine: Doing it right
Senior Constable Lance Munckton was shocked to clock a cyclist doing 56km/h through a children’s crossing outside St John’s Primary School in Scarborough, on Perth's Sunshine Coast, during morning peak hour earlier this month.
The speed limit in designated school zones is 40km/h.
Read more: http://www.news.com.au/national/cycl...#ixzz1nvVE40hlDum spiro, spero.
Tada gan iarracht.
3/01/2012 11:00pm, #5
3/02/2012 10:42am, #6
You want motivation?
MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Sgt. Jason Pacheco, 23, scout sniper instructor, Division Schools, 1st Marine Division, from Las Vegas, N.M., uses his prosthetic leg as support for an M40 Sniper Rifle on a firing range at Camp Pendleton Aug. 30, 2011. Pacheco suffered a severed leg after an improvised explosive device detonated beneath him during a patrol in Afghanistan August 2010. His leg had to be amputated below his knee. Pacheco uses his prosthetic leg to support the weight of his rifle to show an example of how students can use anything to steady a rifle. He has been an instructor for the Pre-Scout Sniper School since March and recently completed a physical fitness test with his prosthetic leg. He has re-enlisted and said he hopes to continue training in preparation to return to full duty. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Lenzo)