Rodrigo squatted on our three step stoop every morning, flanked by pit bulls with wide black smiles puffing steam. I jogged down the steps, leaned against a parking sign. Warmed my hands with my breath. Tugged my crop top down.
Like many race fans, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Unlike most race fans, Earnhardt has the means and connections to get his hands on actual pieces of that history. I've got the car Dennis Setzer flipped when he was driving for Keselowski at Talladega so that was pretty cool, but it ranks right up there. It's one of the top two or three. Of course, the Montoya car is only half the Daytona Explosion equation. To complete the set, Junior needs to get his hands on the jet dryer, right? I think we'll just stick to race cars out there.
As she made the long journey from New York to South Africa, to visit family during the holidays in , Justine Sacco, 30 years old and the senior director of corporate communications at IAC, began tweeting acerbic little jokes about the indignities of travel. There was one about a fellow passenger on the flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport:. Get some deodorant. Thank God for pharmaceuticals.
By Danyal Hussain For Mailonline. A landlord has revealed he 'nearly cried' when he discovered the shocking mess left behind by his nightmare tenants. The property had been in 'immaculate condition' before the family moved in, having been completely renovated by his late father, and had also been kitted out with new appliances. But Daniel said the tenants suddenly moved out without notice and he discovered the property had been completely trashed, leaving behind rotting food in bags throughout the house, torn wallpaper and even prescription drugs. The shocking condition a landlord's house was left in by tenants, with Daniel Needes saying he nearly cried when he saw it.