Formula 7 - mad bones vol. 2 - George W. Bush, John Kerry, test the spirit, Skull & Bones.

Larry and I first spotted this car at the Nugget, where an impromptu car show pops up each night after the races. Interestingly enough, that’s actually where the idea for this car started, with Ken, Keith and George all bench racing about what would be cool to build next. At this point, Rolling Bones had some killer traditional ’32s under their belt, so George asked them to build him a five window. Ken spoke up that he had been wanting to build a ’34 though, and then George mentioned that he just happened to have one sitting around. With salt on their minds, the plan got even better: it was to be a ‘barely street-legal race car’, inspired by the famous Pierson and SoCal coupes that pioneered landspeed racing with a coupe body. Before they knew it, George’s full-time driver Danny showed up to their New York shop with the original steel ’34 body in tow.

Bone meal once was often used as a human dietary calcium supplement . Research in the 1980s found that many bone meal preparations were contaminated with lead and other toxic metals , and is no longer recommended as a calcium source.

Health practitioners over the past few decades have also begun seeing more and people “glowing in the dark” because of nuclear waste and weapons. The use of so-called “depleted uranium” weapons in armed conflicts is suspected of contributing to the “Gulf War Syndrome,” an array of health problems associated with the Gulf War as well as the ongoing Iraqi war and other conflicts.

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