Advertisement designed for Urban Moto’s T-shirts. I took the pictures in the ad of my sister. Yes, she’s of age, and no, you cannot have her phone number.
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I come up with and change the text for each issue of Urban Moto:
Once upon a time, there was a girl with golden hair who wandered in drunk and stoned into Urban Moto’s office and found three T-shirts. She tried on the long sleeve one, and it was too big. Then she tried on the short sleeve T-shirt, and it was too small. Then she tried on the girls tank top and it fit just right. Just then, the managing editor, the art director and the art publisher – falling down drunk as usual – wandered in and saw the T-shirts spread across the floor. “Someone’s been wearing my T-shirt” mumbled the art director. “Someone’s been wearing my T-shirt” laughed the art director, “and it’s all stretched out!” “Someone’s been wearing my tank top,” said the managing editor and then kinda sputtered something unintelligible and passed out. The girl with the golden hair ran out the door with the tank top and was never seen or heard from again.
Cream together: 2 cups butter, 2 cups sugar, 2 cups brown sugarAdd: 4 eggs, 2 tsp. vanillaMix together in separate bowl: 4 cups flour; 5 cups oatmeal (put small amounts of oatmeal in blender until it turns to powder; Measure out 5 cups of oatmeal and only “powderize” that, NOT 5 cups “powderized” oatmeal); 1 tsp salt; 2 tsp baking powder; 2 tsp baking sodaMix: All of the aboveAdd: 24 oz. bag of chocolate chips and 1 finely grated 8 oz Hershey bar (plain).Add: 3 cups chopped nuts (any kind)Bake on greased cookie sheet (make golf ball sized balls) and bake about two inches apart. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes. DO NOT OVERBAKEMakes 112
In physics, mass-energy equivalence is the concept that all mass has an energy equivalence, and all energy has a mass equivalence. Special relativity expresses this relationship using the mass-energy equivalence formula E = mc² where E = the energy equivalent to the mass (in joules), m = mass (in kilograms), and
c = the speed of light in a vacuum (celeritas) (in meters per second).This concept unites the concepts of conservation of mass and conservation of energy, allowing mass to be converted to forms of active energy (eg. kinetic energy, heat, or light) while still retaining mass. Also, active energy can be converted to particles which have rest mass. The total amount of mass and energy in a closed system remains constant. Energy cannot be created or destroyed, and in all of its forms, trapped energy exhibits mass. In relativity theory, mass and energy are two forms of the same thing, and neither one appears without the other.