The Dallas Stars “Mooterus” Uniforms: 2003 04 to 2005 06Dallas introduced this jersey, and its logo under the assumption that, hey, its the constellation of stars known as Taurus. However, individuals whose minds were stuck in the gutter took the look of the logo and thought of only one thing. As such, the cow like logo received a nickname that would force it among the most notorious logos of all time: the “mooterus”..
Horizontal markings on the bark of a birch treeHow the birch tree breathesThe bronze grey bark of the young birch tree turns papery white as it ages, with grayish black streaks and patches. The whiteness in its bark is caused by crystals in the bark cells called betulin which is found in the vacuole (the storage space for sugars, starch and other chemicals). Betulin is known to have anti cancer properties..
I coul see why you ran away from the sorns, I would have done the same thing too, fear tends to take us over and we will act on impulse. I see that you would have a strong faith in God too because even though you couldn’t see the Oyarsa, you had faith that he was there. That is the making of a great believer in Christ.
Vintage gear is trendy so here’s a spot check of some Newcastle outletsJumble sales may be a thing of the past but vintage clothing and knick knacks are now highly desirable to many peopleByNeil Clark21:51, 14 DEC 2015Updated13:19, 15 DEC 2015Get what’s on updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailBefore inviting you to join us on our exploration of Newcastle vintage outlets, it might be worth establishing what we mean by ‘vintage’.It’s not exactly cut and dried but lots of people would say vintage is not retro but retro is vintage style.Arguably, what matters in the end is that you find a great alternative to the soulless, identikit clothing on the high street.Small Change (109 Heaton Park Road, Heaton) When you think of the ideal vintage shop it’ll be somewhere like Small Change but perhaps minus the dimly lit staircase of naked Barbie dolls pinned to the wall.The window display welcomed us with a smiling 1980s Scooter robot (remember them?) and the front desk had a snoozing fake cat curled up on it.It felt very much as if we’d been invited into someone’s home when we stepped in. There were so many appealing things here that we could have shut ourselves away from the world and then left with an armful. Prices were low and the range wide.The place incorporates four topsy turvy rooms on two storeys.