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Furniture Row Matthews
- Furniture Row Companies is a group of specialty home furnishings, mattress and linens stores with headquarters in Denver, Colorado, USA, and stores in 31 states.
- (matthew) (New Testament) disciple of Jesus; traditionally considered to be the author of the first Gospel
- Matthews is a surname derived from the forename Matthew. Some notable people with this surname are listed below.
- Stanley (1824–89), US Supreme Court associate justice 1881–89. He was appointed to the Court by President Garfield. A previous nomination by President Hayes in 1880 had been rejected because it was felt that a conflict of interest existed
- (matthew) one of the Gospels in the New Testament; includes the Sermon on the Mount
Dave Matthews/Collectors Plaque Framed
This beautifully matted and framed collectors plaque is 11x14 and contains an 8 x 10 photo offset with an additional 4 x 6 photo, coupled with a bio that lists pertinent facts about the movie, celebrity, musician, athlete, or show that is depicted. All photos and bios are bevel-cut and double matted. These collectors pieces are designed for quality and visual appeal and they are pre-framed for you in a black mylar frame ready for hanging. A unique collectable for any fan and they make a great gift as well!
The child is the father of the man
"He's fond of his own company, isn't he?" visiting neighbours would sometimes observe, always with a slight query in the voice, as though this were somehow unnatural, or at least "not quite right". Whether or not something is natural depends, of course, on the nature of the individual concerned, and mine was not a gregarious temperament. Nor did it subsequently become so. Reading, drawing and other quiet, studious pursuits were what nature had equipped me for. Smallish doses of other children's company were quite enough ...although it was different when, as very rarely happened, I found congenial company. As time went on my mother began to fret. The matter came to a head one day when another boy whom I knew only slightly (it was late in the school summer holidays and he must have been desperate with boredom) came to our door and stood for half an hour trying to coax me out to play. Having finally managed to give him the brush-off I retired to my bedroom and constructed a house made of books, for my sister's dolls. In this episode I suppose all my mother's misgivings about my reclusive unsociableness were compounded with the possibility of sissyness ...perhaps even effeminacy. There was a blazing row. I should be out in the fresh air, playing football, not playing with dolls. I would become a weakling. I should buck my ideas up ...&c. &c.
In this she was wrong. What can anyone be but himself? To be otherwise we would have to change our genes ...and where did we get those? Anyway, she needn't have worried ...just look at me now! No doubt I missed much through having the particular nature I did, but I gained much too. Thus the average of human happiness remains fairly constant. I count it as one of my blessings that ...unlike the boy who came to the door not knowing what to do with himself when he was without company... I have never been bored in my life. Much behaviour, I have noticed, is conditioned by the need of people without inner resources to avoid boredom.
Note the Utility table and chair. My parents had married in 1942 and I think newlyweds setting up home were given an additional allowance of furniture coupons. All the furniture we had when I was a boy was Utility. I still have some of it. Green rexine covering on the seat of the chair I think. My sleeveless pullover would have been made by my mother, from one of her drawerful of knitting patterns. The capacious "Stanley Matthews" shorts would be not unfashionable now, but this was probably working-class "room for growth". The door opened onto our stairs. The brown Bakelite light switch, dating from the electrification of the house in the 1920s, survived until the 80s. I wonder what I was drawing. My mother always recalled a drawing I did at about this time of something called "the Metronome", somehow connected with the television series Quatermass, on which I was very keen.
Regan Smith, driver of the Spint Cup #78 Furniture Row Racing chevy, walks to driver introductions for the Autism Speaks 400 at Dover. Regan started 37th and finished 24th running. Race 12, 5/16/2010
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Anything can happen when jokers are wild. When Kayla Martin tries to revolutionize the sex toy industry she calls on the one person she's grown to count on more than anyone else, her best friend and downstairs neighbor, Dylan Thompson. When Kayla approaches him about being a test subject for her newest invention, an anal toy, Dylan is intrigued and aroused. That is until he finds out that The Walnut Wand is an anal toy for men. Kayla's sure that a prostate stimulator will be a hit, all she needs is a willing participant. Far from willing, Dylan flat out refuses, but that's not enough to deter Kayla. After their monthly poker game, Dylan and Kayla decide to make a risky bet. Kayla wants a test subject and Dylan wants the one thing's he's being craving for years. They'll risk it all on one hand, but anything can happen when jokers are wild. This book has been previously published. Warning, this title contains the following: explicit language, use of sexual aids and graphic sex.
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