In Berlin sind sehr viele Fahrzeuge der BVG klimatisiert. Ist echt angenehm, bis irgendein Volltrottel der Meinung ist im Bus die Fenster aufreien zu mssen, obwohl dort fett dran steht “Fahrzeug ist klimatisiert”. Dann kommt von allen Seiten mit dem Fahrtwind schn die warme Luft in den Bus und alle schwitzen, die nicht gerade im Luftzug hinte reinem Klappfenster sitzen.

There is a small LCD digital display (1.3 inch x .6 inch) that shows the weight of your bag. To use the Taylor Luggage Scale you push a small button located near the digital display and wait until you hear a beep after the beep you lift the bag by the Taylor Luggage Scale and wait for another beep. Sit the bag on the floor and read the digital display.

They want a good sermon only. But prayer moves the hand of G d. It amazes me how little preachers pray. Finally, make sure that you select appropriate gauge strings for your guitar and playing style. Acoustic strings are usually labelled “extra light” through “medium” (or sometimes “heavy,” though these have become less easy to find.) Some guitars should not be “over strung” because they simply not strong enough to withstand the extra tension over a prolonged period. (For example, according to the manufacturer, the Martin “Backpacker” should never be strung with anything but Extra Light strings.) Check your guitar’s paper manual or online specifications to see if your instrument has specific string requirements..

SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThe cover of Rolling Stone magazine: the ultimate pop culture symbol that “you’ve made it.” Bands that have graced its cover have come and gone, but the institution of the RS cover, and the magazine itself, is still relevant.The issue of RS that comes out today is pretty big on Cancon.Yes, Bieber’s on the cover, though it appears the magazine is backing down from comments it earlier attributed to him on abortion, a cheap shot not worthy of the magazine.Another, less obvious Canadian act also makes an appearance in this week’s issue: Saskatoon’s The Sheepdogs, an indie band that’s one of 16 acts vying for the chance to play the Bonnaroo music festival, and yes, be on the cover of the Rolling Stone’s August issue.There’s something about the combination of these two: the most ubiquitous celebrity on the planet, and a band even Canadian hipsters would have a hard time naming, that has for me provided RS’s magic formula for decades.My own relationship with the magazine began in early to mid ’90s. I was a teenager: intense, gangly, and new to Canada. The time was grunge, the fashion was bad, and the bands were publicity shy and not prone to pull quote worthy statements (at least until Courtney Love arrived to the scene).

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