Homes Recently Listed in the Carbondale Area | Home and Garden

Make me your! Come take a look at this 2 bedroom 1 full bath home on corner lot. Recently updated kitchen and bath. New laminate floor in living and dining room. Fenced in back yard. Alley access with parking. Walk out basement. Furnace and A/C approx. 5 years old. The roof is approx. 7 years old. UNASSUMING from the curb, step inside and be surprised with all this well built home has to offer! She received an extreme makeover in 2013. You will feel comfortable moving right in with 3 BR 2 BA , living room, family and dining areas, as well as a refreshed kitchen with an unbelievable amount of cabinet space! The main living area features hardwood floors, wooden doors and trim. Custom window blinds and drapery give a sense of privacy throughout the home. There is a large utility room with built in shelving and a closet, which could be converted to a game room or other hobby room. Backyard over looks Mahoney Park. 2 car attached garage and concrete driveway with turn around spot ensure room for guests! Don’t be left in the dark! Generac generator is in place! Immaculate newer construction house in an established neighborhood. Open concept in the living area of the house perfec...

Step aside, glitter boobs. There’s a brand new titty trend sweeping the globe, and it’s the

Step aside, glitter boobs. There’s a brand new titty trend sweeping the globe, and it’s the breast thing ever: Nipple stickers. Nipple stickers — or in other, more descriptive words, decorative tape or decals strategically placed on the nipples in lieu of undergarments of a more modest lingerie nature — have actually been around for a long time, and are more commonly known as pasties.  However, this trend suddenly became inexplicably popular at the 2018 Lollapalooza Music Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where some festival goers were spotted proudly sporting stickers slapped across their nipples under some seriously sheer tops, probably so their breasts could also enjoy the sweet tunes without conventional undergarments muffling the sound. Well, that’s one way to deck out the girls, right? Just pick up a roll of duct tape or some smiley face stickers, and you’re all set. In fact, Post-it notes might suffice as well. I might try it sometime. This daring trend is all over Instagram, where devoted nipple sticker-ers are sharing their boldest, boobiest looks. Singer Tove Lo is even a fan! Nipple stickers, bedazzled or not, are also a hit with celebrities. We ...

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the most popular mobile restaurants in Irvine, using both Yelp

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the most popular mobile restaurants in Irvine, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to get the best meals on wheels. Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Links included in this article may earn Hoodline a commission on clicks and transactions. First on the list is Dogzilla. Located at 16221 Construction Circle West in the Business District, it’s the highest-rated food truck in Irvine, boasting 4.5 stars out of 620 reviews on Yelp. Also in the Business District is Nostimo Greek Mediterranean Cuisine on Wheels, at 16221 Construction Circle W. It’s another top choice, with Yelpers giving the food truck 4.5 stars out of 73 reviews. Dogge Depot Catering Co., a food truck/food stand that offers hot dogs and more in the Business District, is another much-loved go-to, with five stars out of 14 Yelp reviews. Head over to 2041 Business Center Drive to see for yourself. Finally, also in the Business District, check out Cruisin Fusion, which has earned four stars out of 24 reviews on Yelp. You can find the food truck and caterer at 1100 Synergy. Cake Car...

The Sony Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus likely look like a few pretty boring smartphones,

The Sony Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus likely look like a few pretty boring smartphones, in 2019. Though, in this price range, that is typically the case. With the extra tall displays on both smartphones, however, are these really worth buying, or worth staying away from? Depending on your needs, it could be either or. Disclaimer: Android Headlines reviews are designed to cover both the “good” and the “bad” perspectives of all major phones. This was designed to give our readers the good and the bad, separately, instead of it getting lost in the shuffle. This “bad” review focuses on things that would be negative for the Sony Xperia 10 & 10 Plus. If you are specifically interested in the positives of the Sony Xperia 10 family check out our full good review. The Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus have very tall displays, and it leaves a lot to be desired, when it comes to the experience on both smartphones. This tall 21:9 aspect ratio means that you are going to have jumbo black bars on the left and right side of the video. Apps like YouTube still let you zoom in, like on a Galaxy S9 with a 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The only issue is that you’re go...

Warmer Britain means change for the insects | Register

As the climate in Britain has warmed many insects here have been migrating north — flying, hopping or crawling at an average rate of about 5m a day since the 1970s. But even though many of the creatures have used the warmer climates to expand into new territories, not all have benefited. A study published in Scientific Reports (go.nature.com/364tQuv) analysed 25 million recorded sightings of 291 insect species and showed that there were huge variations in the rates the creatures were moving, with some species unable to keep pace with the warming conditions because they have been hemmed in by unsuitable places to move into. For example, the Roesel’s bush-cricket was restricted to the Thames and Solent estuaries until about 50 years ago, but has… Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access. Buddha Statue, Stone Bathtub, Marble Fountain, Stone Sculpture – Magic Stone,https://www.magicstonegarden.com/

This Will Shock You: 8 Surprising Things That You Cannot Recycle

Are you completely sure about what can and can’t be recycled? Sometimes, it just isn’t that straightforward. Here are some surprising things that you might have tossed in your curbside recycling bin before that actually shouldn’t be there.  Pyrex glass – the type used for wine glasses and glass cookware – are different to the kind of glass that typical bottles and jars are made out of. They are non-recyclable because they are heat-treated so that they do not melt at the same temperature as other glass items. Most local facilities don’t take Pyrex in because these particular glass items accounts for only a small fraction of residual household waste, so there isn’t enough to warrant separate recycling collection infrastructure or facility to process it. In addition, while most glass is technically recyclable, broken glass cannot be thrown in your curbside recycling bin because it can injure collection workers.  While post-its and other sticky notes come in handy for your to-do lists and reminders, they aren’t so great for recycling. Due to the glue on the adhesive strip, which cannot be properly removed in the recycling process, most paper mill centres cannot accept them for recyc...

A John Deere 6400 tractor rumbled through a University of Minnesota Morris research field earlier this

A John Deere 6400 tractor rumbled through a University of Minnesota Morris research field earlier this month pulling a chisel plow and making some history. Nearly everything about this tractor is a common sight here in west-central Minnesota. But this particular farm country workhorse is one of a kind: It has a white tank mounted on the front labeled “anhydrous ammonia,” and extra pipes and control boxes attached to its engine. It’s that white tank that makes this tractor stand out: Normally, tractors pull anhydrous ammonia tanks. It’s a commonly used nitrogen fertilizer that’s injected into the soil. But on this tractor, the fertilizer has become the fuel. It’s running on a blend of 70 percent diesel and 30 percent ammonia — and researchers hope this carbon-cutting technology will eventually become a cost-effective option for farmers. It’s part of a larger effort by U of M researchers to reduce the carbon footprint of agriculture.  “It’s amazing to see it working. I’m excited to continue doing some of this research and refining this system,” said Will Northrop, director of the U of M’s Thomas E. Murphy Engi...

Mandalay villagers stand firm against road expansion, cement factory

Villagers near a coal-fired cement plant is being constructed in Mandalay, are standing firm in their opposition against the project as well as the expansion of the road along their village to accommodate large trucks that will carry finished goods once the factory is operational. During a public consultation last week conducted by a third party organisation carrying out environmental and health assessment studies in the area, the residents of the Aung Tha Pyay village in Patheingyi Township in, Mandalay said the roads leading to their village were specified as 5.5 metres wide and not 15 metres based on the expansion plan. They said the road was constructed for rural development and for the use of villagers and not as a route for the factory to transport goods.    “The purpose of the road was for the convenience of the people,” said Ko Soe Moe Aung, one of the villagers who attended the consultation. “We only want to know whether rural development road can be used as a major transportation artery.” The residents also maintain that the coal-fired cement factory’s proximity to the Aung Tha Pyay village and Dahat Taw village tract could have serious adverse impact on the environmen...

The anticipation of a newborn is beyond exciting, and showering first-time mothers and fathers with special

The anticipation of a newborn is beyond exciting, and showering first-time mothers and fathers with special gifts is all part of the fun and excitement. From practical presents that parents can truly appreciate to indulgent splurges for baby, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite finds that will have you scoring major points with the mom-and-dad-to-be. Earn Best Grandma, Grandpa, Auntie or Uncle of the Year with the softest blankies, the cutest stuffies and the sweetest sentimental gifts to celebrate baby and support Mom and Dad once their little bundle of joy arrives. Don’t worry babe, we’ve got you covered! Securely wrapped up in love, this Nordstrom Baby “Hello Baby” Chenille Blanket is perfect for keeping baby cozy on the way home from the hospital. The machine washable, polyester blanket comes in pink, blue and grey. A sweet touch to the nursery. Welcome to the world, little one! ($35; nordstrom.com) ThermoBall insulated, eco-conscious bunting made from post-consumer recycled content for packable warmth when the family heads out… for cold, wet hikes. Infants 0M-24M Boys’ [North Face, Northface, thenorthface, the northface, TNF, tnf]...

Founded in 1993 by brothers Tom and David Gardner, The Motley Fool helps millions of people

Founded in 1993 by brothers Tom and David Gardner, The Motley Fool helps millions of people attain financial freedom through our website, podcasts, books, newspaper column, radio show, and premium investing services. Good day, everyone, and welcome to the Nucor Corporation Third Quarter of 2019 Earnings Call. As a reminder, today’s call is being recorded. Later, we will conduct a question-and-answer session and instructions will come at that time. Certain statements made during the conference call will be forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. The words we expect, believe, anticipate and variations of such words and similar expressions are intended to identify those forward-looking statements, which are based on management’s current expectations and information that is currently available. Although Nucor believes they are based on reasonable assumptions, there can be no assurance that future events will not affect their accuracy. More information about the risks and uncertainties relating to these forward-looking statements may be found in Nucor’s latest 10-K and subsequently filed 10-Qs, which are available on the SEC’s and Nuco...

According to [diyouware], inside of every HD-DVD player is a gem of laser engineering with the

According to [diyouware], inside of every HD-DVD player is a gem of laser engineering with the designation of PHR-803T, and it’s just begging to be converted into a PCB exposer. Following along similar hacks which tore the laser diode out of Blu-ray players to expose PCBs, they wanted to use the whole PHR-803T unit without disassembling it, and to try to enable all of its unique features. They envisioned something simple like a scanner for their machine. Just place the PCB on top of a glass sheet, close the lid, and click print. Unfortunately, moving the laser itself just caused too much vibration. So they switched to an inverted delta robot and named it TwinTeeth. In this design, the laser would stay still and the PCB would move. What follows next is a seriously impressive journey in reverse engineering and design. The PHR-803T had no data sheet, but a ton of features. For example, it can autofocus, and has three different laser diodes. So many interesting problems were found and solved. For example, the halo from the laser caused the surrounding photoresist to cure. They solved it by adding a glass plate with a UV filtering film on it. Only the most focused point of the laser ...

Bobcat to launch all-electric mini-excavator at Bauma

Bobcat has announced it will be presenting its first fully electric, 1 metric ton mini-excavator at Bauma this year. With zero tail swing (ZTS), the new E10e is based on the company’s successful conventional off-highway vehicle – the E10. Having sold over 10,000 of the diesel version in the last decade, engineers at the company’s innovation center in Dobris, Czech Republic, worked in conjunction with electric vehicle specialists to develop the fully electric model. With a width of 72cm, no emissions, low noise operation and a ZTS profile, the machine can easily pass through standard doors as well as enter and exit typical lifts – making it ideal for indoor applications such as demolition and basement construction. By coupling the E10e to an external Bobcat supercharger during the operator’s normal work breaks, the vehicle is capable of operating for an eight-hour working day. A Bobcat spokesperson told iVT, “Demolition is one of the main applications for the E10e. The other is in noise-restricted areas like hospitals, cemeteries and urban areas. It is the same size as the normal e10. The batteries fit in the normal frame. It can be charged during a lunch break, so you can work t...

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