And there’ll be no time to get tongue-tied as they’ll have just 49 seconds to impress their date while travelling at speeds of up to 100kph with a force of 4.7G.
And you better have colored construction paper if you even want to see that crayon work at all. No kid has ever said, "Pass me the gray crayon, I need to draw a bunch of rocks. Or an anvil." The gray crayon could totally retire and live off his "Fifty Shades" royalties anyway. And during Crayola's big Facebook Live presentation on Friday, they didn't even name my replacement! For now, I guess I must grudgingly accept my retirement.
I admit, I threw a smug look at both yellow green and green yellow, not to mention violet red and red violet. Think of how many times a day kids draw dandelions. And there are plenty of other shades of yellow they can use? Want to draw a weird tropical fruit that you can't name? They just said it'll be something "in the blue family" and that fans will get a chance to help name it this summer. Gotta stay in shape though, for when Crayola finally comes to its senses and brings me back.
The goal of her research is to find out if Buckeye Gold can form the basis for economic rubber production in Ohio—and potentially anywhere else that dandelions grow.
Turning dandelions into an industrial rubber crop will require further trait development to make it easier to grow and higher yielding.
Organisers have introduced special ‘singles’ queue lines to many of its big rollercoaster rides including Rita - Queen of Speed and Spinball Whizzer.
Singles who join the queue will then be paired up at the ride entrance.
It was great, we painted and moved, and hung curtains.
He was always getting us to lighten up and laugh…myself and HIM.
In Katrina Cornish’s test fields, weed control is a big issue.
Weeds are a problem for most farmers, but it’s an ironic one for the Ohio State University researcher, since she’s growing dandelions.
Do you disown your mother the day before Mother's Day to save yourself the cost of a greeting card?