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The changing table's storage shelves and waist-high height make it a perfect bar cart. The shelves were adapted with metal racks for hanging wineglasses and storing cans and bottles. A rack on the side stores drink garnishes, and hooks hold bar towels. Once the safety strap was removed, the top shelf was cut to hold an ice bucket, while guardrails rein in bottles and snacks. After being sanded and primed, the table was painted with white semi-gloss paint. Printable water-slide decal paper images of popular drinks were glued to clear sheets of corrugated plastic, then applied to the sides of the table with finishing washers. Casters were added for ultimate mobility.

Nice Crib...

Want to make your little one feel like a princess and can afford to spend lavishly then this ultra-luxe cradle is straight out of a fairytale. The carriage is not festooned with diamonds or any other precious metal but is just equipped with rear changing table, so the $14,899 price tag is not justified but it’s gorgeous, otherwise.

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HAYWARD -- A Hayward man is grieving over the loss of his beloved pit bull, which was shot and killed by Berkeley police while they were serving a search warrant at his house Wednesday.

The death of the 50-pound pit bull, named Rocky, spurred its owner, Frank Cisneros, to complain to the Berkeley police internal affairs division, which will investigate his charge that police acted too aggressively and without regard for his family.

A group of officers with a search warrant went to the Hayward house on the 23000 block of Jorgensen Lane about 9:15 a.m. Wednesday looking for evidence -- possible spray paint cans and pens -- related to an ongoing felony vandalism and graffiti case.

Police are investigating 60 to 70 vandalism and tagging incidents that occurred in Berkeley this month and obtained the warrant because they had reason to believe the Hayward house may somehow be linked to the cases.

Cisneros, 35, said his younger brother was arrested on a graffiti- related charge in Berkeley in 1996. The brother does not live at the house, and police had no warrant for his arrest.

Owner says wife tried to restrain dog

Cisneros, who was not home when about eight Berkeley officers and one Hayward officer went to his door, said his wife was headed out the front door to work when they arrived, and the dog began to squirm out the door. She tried to control him by the collar, he said.

"Had they given her 10 seconds to pull him in the house everything would have been fine," Cisneros said.

But police tell a different story.

"As the front door opened, the dog came out, ... barking and growling, and ran toward (an officer)," said Hayward Lt. Reid Lindblom.

Berkeley police spokesman Joe Okies said there is no indication in the police report that anyone tried to "physically restrain" the dog. He said the dog came out and charged an officer.

"The dog got within two feet of the officer, and the officer shot the dog twice," he said. "Basically, we went there to serve a search warrant, and officers were confronted with a vicious pit bull and had to protect themselves."

Dr. Carl Singer, a Hayward veterinarian, confirmed that Hayward Animal Control brought the dog to him and it had died from two gunshots wounds, to the chest and stomach.

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While not a marquee movie star, Ledger was an award-winning actor who chose his roles carefully rather than cashing in on big-money parts. He was nominated for an Oscar for his performance as a gay cowboy in "Brokeback Mountain," where he met Michelle Williams, who played his wife in the film. The two had a daughter, now 2-year-old Matilda, and lived together in Brooklyn until they split up last year.
It was a shocking and unforeseen conclusion for one of Hollywood's bright young stars. Though his leading man looks propelled him to early stardom in films like "10 Things I Hate About You" and "A Knight's Tale," his career took a notable turn toward dramatic and brooding roles with 2001's "Monster's Ball."
"I had such great hope for him," said Mel Gibson, who played Ledger's vengeful father in "The Patriot," in a statement. "He was just taking off and to lose his life at such a young age is a tragic loss."

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La Linea. I remember this from when I was a kid......

"Game Card" remote...

Sliding your thumb up and down in the center raises/lowers volume. Sliding the top card over a tad changes channel. Sliding it all the way takes you on a wild channel surf

Modern Dining...

Your car exhaust is a barbeque now.. Stop the car when you are hungry, install the device in the exhaust and keep on driving, You'll have a hamburger in no time.

Turn your favourite office tool from your desk in a common cutlery...this is din-ink. A set of pen caps, including a fork-cap, a knife-cap and a spoon-cap, that replaces the normal pen cap during lunch time! All caps are made by renewable resources, like natural starch and fibres, to be 100% biodegradable and atoxic. Each set comes in a compostable package and the whole set is designed to respect the environment. Now give your office ballpoint pen a good excuse to be gnawed by your teeth: use them for din-ink.

May have side effects

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Unbelievably cool research facilities

These are mind bendingly cool. Check out all three parts...

Part one

Part two

Part three

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