I love cases and things – everything that involved in packaging things like instruments, tools, and electronics. The tools themselves are obviously the more interesting item. But what we use to keep those things safe has their own fascination with me and others. I mean, why else is it that the very next thing people are looking for after buying the latest phone device is a case to hold it in?So it’s no surprise that there are excellent cases for drum pieces as well, like this excellent ahead piccolo snare soft case staples. You can’t take chances with the elements if you want to carry your drums and other instruments where you’re going.
Your home is your castle. Many people look at their home as the number one investment in their life. It is where you spend almost all your time. So why shouldn’t it be considered as a investment?
Unfortunately, nature and other evil intentioned agents may not be thinking the same way. To nature, a home is just another movable object, blown about like some tree stand. And it doesn’t matter where in the country you happen to live either. What I’m trying to say is that your homeowners insurance is possibly the only thing standing between your home and further financial catastrophe in the event that a natural catastrophe happens to take your investment.
You might think that the watch is going the way of old style TVs because of the advances made in mobile phone technology and because every “smart phone” can also tell time. But I would argue that there will be no such demise of the wristwatch, namely because the so-called smart phone is good at everything else but being a phone and telling time.
What do you mean, you ask. Well, open that smart phone beside you and tell me what time it is. Well? That’s what I thought… which is why I found a nice watch does much better in the “time-telling” test vs. a smart phone anyday. And why you still can’t go wrong getting anyone a watch like this for your family and friends for Christmas.
I love electronically generated music and music that’s been amplified beyond sane levels. Even so, it’s not advisable to turn up the volume on this orange crush more than say the level of a jumbo jet taking off. But seriously, you’d probably need some kind of ear protection if you were to try to listen to this one piece of equipment at full output.
Who hasn’t spontaneously broken out into song at some slight prompting – or even grabbed a leg and strummed an air guitar riff like a Tom Cruise? At those times, you’re almost convinced you’re playing music on a real stage with a great guitar like the music man. It might be a long way to the stage. But don’t let that keep you from dreaming.
The secret to staying warm in the cold weather, as this Canadian has learned from experience (and others smarter than yours truly), is to layer your clothing. In the summer, it can get so hot that you almost feel like peeling off everything but your undergarments. And even then, you are still hot. The winter can be cold. But the nice thing about the cold is that there is no limit – theoretically – to how many layers you can put on.
Obviously that doesn’t mean you add layer upon layer of undergarments. Each layer is different. And to see what kind of layer you might want to add outermost, you wouldn’t go wrong looking at these columbia jackets. So, putting it all together, I’d start with a layer of undergarment like a regular t-shirt, then a button down or polo shirt, a fleece sweatshirt, and finally one of the jackets you might see above.