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  • (wheel) change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"

  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine

  • (wheel) a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)

  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground

  • Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events

  • steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering

  • A country in northern North America, the second largest country in the world; pop. 32,507,900; capital, Ottawa; official languages, English and French

  • The CANADA! Party was an official political party in the province of Quebec from 1994 to 1998. It was founded on Canada Day 1994 by federalist Tony Kondaks, former top-aide to Equality Party leader Robert Libman Its name was initially called the Canada Party of Quebec/Parti Canada du Quebec but

  • a nation in northern North America; the French were the first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada; "the border between the United States and Canada is the longest unguarded border in the world"

  • #"Canada" (Barb Jungr, Michael Parker) – 3:37 #"Nothing Through the Letterbox Today" (Jungr, Parker) – 2:43 #"One Step Away from My Heart" (Jungr, Parker) – 4:09 #"Nights in a Suitcase" (Jungr, Parker) – 4:04 #"21 Years" (Jungr, Parker) – 3:37 #"The Chosen One" (Jungr, Parker) – 3:48 #"Walking

  • Oz (aka Oz - A Rock 'n' Roll Road Movie also released as 20th Century Oz in United States) is a 1976 Australian film written, directed and co-produced by Chris Lofven.

  • ounce: a unit of weight equal to one sixteenth of a pound or 16 drams or 28.349 grams

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oz wheels canada - SUPER ELITE

SUPER ELITE Batmobile 1966

SUPER ELITE Batmobile 1966

This 1/18 scale diecast car represents hands-down the greatest collectible ever produced for the famous '66 Batmobile from the legendary "Batman & Robin" TV series. And with all the press surrounding the latest "The Dark Knight" feature film, Batman is hotter than ever! Now you can get your hands on the ULTIMATE collectible for the car that started it all! Hot Wheels has really outdone themselves with this piece. It's the next evolution of their already fantastic Elite series. Check out the details they have packed into this little machine: - Leather wraped parachute bags - Parachute pull cords - Doorsill plates - Intricately detailed dash controls - Real stainless steel braided lines on the jet motor - Photo-etched turbine disc's - Metal light beacon cover - Metal missile launchers w/red rocket tops inside - Metal rear antenna - Metal rear exhaust trim. - Photoetched metal trim pieces throughout - Much, much more! And the display base is amazing - it's been crafted from real aluminum, and features the Batcape logo as a backdrop! We have yet to hear confirmation on the exact number of these that Mattel produced, but it's supposed to be right around 3000 pieces. And we don't have to tell any of you hardcore collectors this, but a production run that low is simply unheard of for the toy giant that is used to cranking out millions of toy cars. To say that this is going to be one valuable collectible in the future is an understatement. Whether you're a Batman fan, an aficianado of the original Lincoln Futura concept car that customizer George Barris turned into this Batmobile, or just a collector of really rare and unique pieces, this is one piece that belongs in your collection!

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I was thinking about FEAR. Has it now replaced ethnic identity as a new political (even national) commodity? In its current 16 oz. packets, it can easily be distributed for consumption.

from my note book:
“Available at all leading stores!”

A collaboration with curator Andrea Fatona from “Reading the image: Poetics of the Black Diaspora” currently touring Canada.

Curator, Andrea Fatona calls from Toronto…she has seen another of my graphic works on my blog site. In this work, I am speculating about “fear “ as a new political commodity. People in Trinidad are supposed to be living in fear so we need a new government or new security measures to save us. They also say we need a renewal of moral and religious values! I keep asking myself – like the Nation who is selling this and why?
As usual someone told me that the work looked foreign and that that there was nothing distinctively Trinidadian about it…they said it looked generic.

The way I see it, these local concerns place me in a larger less anxious and competitive domain in which a kind of empathy can take shape between myself and others in other countries and cultures who are facing similar challenges and manipulations in the fast expanding global economy and social order. Maybe on islands people look inward and outward simultaneously.

So the curator and I begin to collaborate. We are imagining how this work will fit in to or shape her idea and if she can take the responsibility to make aesthetic choices in the implementation and placement of the work in the space and context. I decided that a simple rubber stamp made at an office store would do. This means that people entering the exhibition could make the stamp themselves on the little cardboard boxes.

To me this is exciting. It occurred to me that this is a collaboration not just between myself and the person that enters the show and gets to stamp the fear label on a box and take it home but also with Andrea. She gets to actually choose the boxes and order the stamp and have a say in how it will work. The work enables a number participants and I am more of an instigator than a sole maker “artist-man” in the old fashion sense.

In the early 90’s the term “ marketable historical injury “ kept coming up in my speculations about the use of identity. It was my final departure ( hopefully / optimistically ) from the territorial prospects ( but designations ) of multicultural politics and particularly now the reductivist political commodification of self and sensibility within local electoral politics and the lucrative postures of newspaper columnists. The seed of further distrust and by extension the marketability of fear and insecurity were coming on stream.

Santa Monica Pier from the Palisades

Santa Monica Pier from the Palisades

Campus Circle magazine
gave me the assignment to
take photos of many Santa Monica
landmarks for a feature they are doing on this
beachside town.
Of course they asked me to
photograph Santa Monica's most famous
structure - the old pier - the site of the big
ferris wheel and the old merry-go-round (which
was used in the movie "The Sting.") -
So I took many photos of the pier
from close-up -
but this one I took from a distance,
looking down from the Pacific Palisades
on the walk along
old Ocean Avenue.
I loved the look of those multichromatic
houses down there. They were painted thusly-
I didn't paint them. Sure, I enhanced the
color. But it's there. Go look. You'll see.

oz wheels canada

oz wheels canada

Igloo Island Breeze Maxcold 50 Quart Roller Cooler (Ice Blue, 27.5 x 16.75 x 19.063-Inch)

Whether you play, camp, fish or BBQ, this wheeled cooler will get your food and beverage there with ease, and keep it cold all weekend long. The elevated cooler base minimizes contact with the ground and hot surfaces, improving cooling performance. Holding 2 liter bottles upright, this cooler will hold 69 12-oz cans. The oversized soft-ride sport wheels make pulling this cooler across a park or through the campground easy. The foamed lid and extra insulation keeps your beverages and food cold.

The best cooler in its class, the Igloo Island Breeze MaxCold 50-quart rolling cooler is ideal for camping, playing, fishing, BBQs, and just about every other outdoor occasion. The Island Breeze MaxCold is equipped with Igloo's Cool Riser Technology, which minimizes contact with the ground and hot surfaces. This helps improve cooling performance, keeping your soft drinks, food, beer, and other cooler-worthy items chilly throughout the day and evening. The cooler is also plenty large at 50 quarts--enough room for up to eighty-six 12-ounce cans. Plus, the cooler fits 2-liter upright plastic bottles, along with a ton of food and ice. And to ensure that the contents stay cool regardless of the situation, this particular Island Breeze includes a foamed lid and extra insulation. The MaxCold design keeps your food chilled throughout week-long camping trips in the high desert.
Other features include oversized soft-ride sport wheels and a locking telescoping handle for easy transport; integrated lid tie-down loops; and grab-through side handles.

Exterior dimensions: 27.5 by 19.1 by 16.75 inches (W x H x D)
Weight: 16.75 pounds
Warranty: 1 year
About Igloo
Igloo has remained the number one brand in the worldwide cooler industry for more than 60 years. Igloo began in 1947 as a small metalworking shop with two employees. The company produced metal water coolers designed to replace the wooden drinking buckets used by construction workers, oilfield workers, and longshoremen. Evolving to insulated, all-plastic water coolers by 1965, Igloo's coolers soon became the cooler of choice on the jobsite. Igloo has released a number of innovations through the years, including the first rectangular ice chest, the first all-plastic ice chest (initially sold only to beer manufacturers), the iconic tent-top Playmate personal-size cooler, and the first wheeled cooler.

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