do not pass through, stop and look to the right. on the roof of the building will be a patrolling guard. toss up a sticky shocker or sleep gas to eliminate alternatively if those gadgets are not an option you can begin the climb and wait for the appropriate time to eliminate the guard hand to hand . then climb to the roof of the building. here
cubano sandwiches and life as a video game are youtube hits. also topping the charts this week is a video that answers that pressing question: which is more dangerous, a wood splinter or a glass one?
is this normal? i realize wood expands and contracts when exposed to water, but does that mean my beautiful wooden spoons that were shiny, smooth and gleaming new are now relegated to a life of rough and tough and texturedness? did i do something wrong? can i fix it? do i send them back to the maker? help
to your left is a bathroom with a dead guy inside i do not want to know what happened in there , to your right is a stairs - blocked, and forward is the first big room we've run into. run down the catwalks into the next room. this next part may be a little hard, but hang on. snipe the guard walking back and forth down the hallway, and take a few steps back. two move guards jump out of their
all my boards are old-to-very old, light in weight as wood becomes as it ages, they do not splinter, there's not a crack or gouge in any of them, there are enough of them that a clean dry one is always at hand. the small ones fit like plates into the big hanging plate rack right in front of me, the larger ones either hang immed. to my right or
i can't use the board at all and i am not about the sand down a brand new board. i called the store i bought it from and was told that i can return it which i said that i couldn't do until next weekend. in the mean time i wanted to ask everyone if splinters on a new board are common? does it seem like this is just a fluke? i should return the