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This is the F5 tornado that went through Omaha, NE, May, 1975. This photo was taken looking West from Aksarben Race Track by the photographer who was there to take pictures of the finishes of the races. The tornado was about 1/4 mile away from the track. I was at home, in my basement, under an overturned couch (for protection - ha!) with my two sons (8 and 4) praying the tornado would not hit our home (which, thank God, it didn't.)

barn door created out of our left over knotty pine boards. the track was fabricated at a local welding shop and painted flat black. needs a fun handle :) i will warn you, this door is cute but NOT very funcational as it's very heavy and doesn't seal to keep noise out. i suggest if you incorporate one into your floor plan design, it needs to be for "looks" where you don't plan on closing it often.

This is the F5 tornado that went through Omaha, NE, May, 1975. This photo was taken looking West from Aksarben Race Track by the photographer who was there to take pictures of the finishes of the races. The tornado was about 1/4 mile away from the track. I was at home, in my basement, under an overturned couch (for protection - ha!) with my two sons (8 and 4) praying the tornado would not hit our home (which, thank God, it didn't.)

from Etsy

Vintage Warning Sign Thick Paper Print Reproduction Maine Central Railroad 1917 Do Not Flush Gag Gift Man Cave Restroom Bar Funny Sign

VINTAGE WARNING SIGN Print Reproduction Maine Central Railroad 1917 Do Not Flush Great Gag Gift Man Cave Restroom Bar Decor Funny Sign

from BarkPost

17 Signs Your Dog Is That Adult Who Won't Move Out Of Their Parents' Basement

17 Signs Your Dog Is That Adult Who Won't Move Out Of Their Parents' Basement - BarkPost

from Engadget

Virtual reality and pornography: An X-rated debate

NSFW Warning: This story may contain links to and descriptions or images of explicit sexual acts. A woman with an enormous, warped vagina stands over you, attempting to situate a pair of naked coeds...

What a great little film this is! Only two small things I'd change: 1) A bad case of "swearing-for-swearing's-sake". You know how, sometimes, characters seem like middle school kids who've just discovered cursing? That. To the point it was distracting, &, on my worst days, I probably sounded like some bizarre trucker-sailor hybrid. See Mini-Review, Part II for more info. Warning: Minor !SPOILER!