--- And now the story of him and "The Kill Dozer". ---
"On June 4, 2004, Heemeyer drove his armored bulldozer through the wall of his former business, the concrete plant, the Town Hall, the office of the local newspaper that editorialized against him, the home of a former judge's widow, and a hardware store owned by another man Heemeyer named in a lawsuit, as well as others."
Kelburn Castle is a large house in Scotland. It is the seat of the Earl of Glasgow. Originally built in the thirteenth century it was remodelled in the sixteenth century. In 2007, after experts told the owners that the concrete facing would eventually need to be replaced to avoid further damage to the stone walls, the Earl invited graffiti artists to paint the walls.
Hi there! I like Thursday, it gives you the power to hold on till Friday. Wish you the same cheerful mood ))
Recently we have had an opinion poll from which we know now who our users are. Actually, the result has surprised me. According to the poll 42% of our users aren’t men nor women (OMG) May be they are aliens? Joking )) Here are the results
She is very famous and popular. Her songs are listened to all over the world. Nevertheless, there’s one “but”. Amy likes alcohol and doesn’t say no to drugs, plus, she doesn’t look after herself. From a good-looking girl she has transformed into… Well, look yourself.
Well, I’m talking about the French President Sarkozy )) He’s doing everything possible in his power to seem taller on the photographs. He puts on 5-10 cm high heel shoes and stands on his toes. Funny to look.
Before you try to pick up a girl on the street, look closely at her… Or you can get into an embarrassing situation. Just imagine, you come up to a girl and say “Hey pretty, how you doin’” ;) And then this “pretty girl” turns around…and you lose your speech for five hours.
Author Charlotte Hughes-Martin. That’s what she said: “Reaction to this milk bottle project has come as a bit of a shock to me. I have been engraving milk bottles with various different images and leaving them on random doorsteps. I like the idea of finding Art in unusual places”.