Biker Battleground Phoenix (Canadian Broadcast Premiere) FALL 2014Phoenix, Arizona is the custom bike building capital of the world and it takes no prisoners. In this down ‘n’ dirty desert city where image is everything adrenaline and craftsmanship determines who’s who among the country’s top custom bike builders who compete day and night for customers who are willing to pay upwards of $100,000 for a fully customized Bagger motorcycle. When passions and egos collide, the explosion is heard throughout the city..
4) Flood Plug In I brought it into Flood and created a clear mirror effect and played with the horizon level. At the direct middle I noticed the alignment was sweet!! Clicked ok and it was ready? After it was done, I could see some cool lines and it needed on more step! I then changed the orientation CCW, then CW both ways. I really liked the final version above.
The quest for the tourism dollar had unexpected pitfalls. A drop off in auto traffic part way through the summer of 1915 led to charges in Bangor that Portland hotel proprietors and garage owners were spreading false reports that roads in eastern Maine were often barely passable because of construction and poor maintenance (which, of course, was true). This was “hardly neighborly,” fumed an editorial in the Bangor Daily Commercial on July 22 titled “Selfishness in Portland.”.
5). And the veteran director Marti Maraden helms a production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Feb. 4 to 13.. Marcus Maloney is a value investor and portfolio holder of residential and commercial units. He has completed over $3.3 million in wholesale transactions. Currently, Marcus is a licensed agent who wholesales virtually in multiple states while building his investment portfolio.
“They’re angry, they’re upset, and that’s what we witnessed last night. Why did they need to wear riot gear and treat people like they were serious threats?”Images from reopen protests, including of white militia members lynching an effigy of Kentucky’s governor, or armed protesters storming Michigan’s statehouse, have led some protesters to question whether activists of color could get away with the same stunts.”When I look and see the angry white protester with their guns and having the opportunity to celebrate their constitutional rights, then look at black protesters who are peaceful getting tear gas and shot with rubber bullets,” said Toya Woodland, a minister and Black Lives Matter activists. “We’ve never been looked at as whole people.