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BURN


BURN

A documentary about Detroit told through the eyes of firefighters charged with the thankless task of saving a city that many have written off as dead.

$38.99

Burn


Burn

It’s the middle of a sweltering late-summer heat wave in Los Angeles. In the nearby mountains, a seasonal wildfire burns out of control. If not for this fire, authorities might never have discovered wreckage of an Alfa Romeo convertible–or the body of the car’s driver–in the dense underbrush at the bottom of Topanga Canyon. But when firefighters happen across the crash site while battling the nearby blaze, it’s only a matter of time and basic forensics before the apparent accident is upgraded to homicide. Gregor Tavlin, a southern California celebrity fitness guru, has been murdered. As far as anyone knows Tavlin had no enemies. And the closest thing to a suspect in the case has disappeared. Such is the spark that touches off Burn. The fire requires only fuel. And everybody has their flash point.

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BURN MY EYES


BURN MY EYES

BURN MY EYES

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Fire, Burn!


Fire, Burn!

Hurled back in time, a London police detective struggles to solve a nineteenth-century murder mystery in Golden Age master John Dickson Carr’s thrilling mystery novel A woman is killed in a well-lit corridor, dying before the eyes of three witnesses who, impossibly, detect no foul play. For more than a century, this baffling murder lies cold in the files of Scotland Yard until it is discovered by Detective-Superintendent John Cheviot, who yearns to apply modern scientific policing to the grisly old case. He is about to get his chance. Taking a cab to Scotland Yard, Cheviot steps out in front of Old Scotland Yard and sees a beautiful woman beckoning him. Suddenly it is 1829 and Cheviot is a member of the newly organized London police force. He might now have an opportunity to solve the most puzzling murder in the Yard’s history, but in a time before fingerprints and ballistic analysis, he will find police work to be far more baffling and brutal than he is used to.

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The Big Burn


The Big Burn

1 A Peculiar Intimacy For two days snow had been falling in upstate New York, so it came as a surprise to Gifford Pinchot when he showed up at the executive mansion in Albany and found the second-story windows wide open and a barrel-chested man, the governor of New York, cajoling children down a rope to the ground. The cold air rushed in, the children slid outa robust family brought to life inside a snow globe. Teddy Roosevelt loved to play. On this winter day in February 1899, the governor imagined that the mansion was under attack by Indians and it was his job to help the kids escape through the window and down the rope. One by one, Roosevelt lowered the children onto the snow, whooping and hollering to highlight the drama. There went Teddy Jr., and Kermit, Edith, and Archie. (Quentin, not yet two, was too small to join them, and Alice, the eldest daughter, was away at school.) Pinchot was amused, though he seemed at first blush to be the kind of man who kept his distance from a good joke. Gifford Pinchot was attractive in the old-school way, with a sizable enough family fortune to qualify as an English lord, and was still unmarried at age thirty-three. But at times he also brought to mind a character from Washington Irving’s Legend of Sleepy Hollow, with his elongated, skeletal frame, huge feet, stilts for legs, brushy mustache draped over his upper lip, comb-resistant hair, high forehead, and wild, faraway gaze. His eyes do not look as if they read books, said the writer Owen Wister, a Roosevelt intimate, but as if they gazed upon a cause. Pinchot could be kinetic, especially when unbound by an idea, his long arms fluttering in conversation. Or he could appear formal and upper classstiff with the inherited burden of accent and manners that came from prep school at Exeter; college at Yale, including membership in the most secret of clubs, Skull and Bones; and summers in a family castle in Pennsylvania, with sixty-three turrets and twenty-three fireplaces, the chateau known as Grey Towers. On occasion, he slept on a wooden pillow; most mornings he was awakened by a valet who threw cold water in his face. A good man, a bit odd, as friends said behind his back. But Pinchot was self-aware enough to know that he was considered strange, and though he was in on the joke, it fed his insecurity. Made an ass out of myself, he wrote in his diary after many a party. Pinchot, who knew Roosevelt from sportsmen circles in the Empire State, came to the governor’s mansion with Christopher Grant La Farge, son of the painter John La Farge, a close friend of -Teddy’s. They were in Albany on business of sorts. Pinchot was the national forester, a meaningless federal job. He wanted to get a good look at a large tract of trees in the nearby Adirondackssomething he and La Farge thought might make a book subject. Roosevelt knew a thing or two about the written word: just forty years old, he was about to publish his fourteenth book. Teddy invited the t

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Welding Goggle


Welding Goggle

Welding Goggle – UPC: 794685323973Must have item for welding. Protects eyes from dangerous sparks and light. * Adjustable elastic strap * 2″ dark green flip up lenses * Vents for adequate circulation * Vinyl frame conforms to face

$31.75

Flash Before My Eyes


Flash Before My Eyes

Freshman year of high school can be tough, and finding the right group of friends may be the hardest part. As Jenny, Tim, and Valerie decide how far they''ll go be accepted by the Queen Bee and the King Jock, they uncover some painful truths about themselves.

$11.95

Welding Quirt


Welding Quirt

In "Lazy Tom Hooks Up with Skinny", the short novel that opens this new trio, Skinny is a boy of perhaps thirteen who silently invades a camp of slumbering outlaws and routs all but Lazy Tom. And the Sleeper saga continues in "Sleeper Pays a Debt". Sleeper and his bright chestnut stallion Careless are rescued from a flash flood by an outlaw named Bones, who soon needs a favor in return. The title story follows the path of ne’er-do-well Snoozer Mell, who comes home to care for his ailing father but is followed by his past.

$3.95

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What are the home remedies for flash burn (welder)?

My boyfriend of welding and flash burns in his eyes, which is a remedy the house that he can do? I heard some, what works? Tea bags in the eyes of egg white in the eyes, etc …?

Peel a potato and ways to fit into the orbit. Have him put in a dark room with him in the eye (s). Potato land should receive the most unfortunate thing that has become lodged in the eye. It works. I had this happen to me and told me to do it. Must be a relief to him.

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