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Sell Old Refrigerator
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SKINCEUTICALS C E FERULIC* 6 x 5 ML = 30 ML / 1 Oz Anti-Oxidant Anti-Aging
Product Description IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE COLOR OF YOUR C.E.FERULIC: When very fresh = recently manufactured, the C E Ferulic is a very clear liquid. It turns yellow with exposure to heat, light and air, so this does definitely NOT mean that the product is old or expired (unless it is very dark). The samples vials AND the full sized bottles all turn yellow and then even orange if you keep them long enough. You can STILL use them at this stage. This means the vitamin C and Ferulic acid are oxidized. To keep them clear as long as possible, we suggest you keep them in the refrigerator (like all vitamin C skincare products). This will keep them clear and ultra fresh, thus useable for a longer period of time. Most of Prestige-Beautica's Ferulic will arrive to you totally clear because none of them stays long enough on our shelves.
Old Gasoline Filling Station
May 30, 2010 - Side view
This is one of the last gasoline filling stations still standing in this part of the country. No one knows for sure, but it is thought to have been built in the late teens or early twenties. It had two pumps, one for regular gas and one for ethyl, which was a little higher octane. Oil was dispensed from a 50 gallon drum, which was laid down on its side on a wooden frame. A spigot was put in the end of the drum, under which you put a quart can, then taken to your car and put in the motor.
Seeing there was no electricity out here at the time, most homes and buildings were lightened by kerosene lamps or lanterns. Kerosene was dispensed the same way oil was from a metal drum, but in your container and taken home.
Cold soda pop was sold only on days when the ice man made it by. The pop was put in a large metal box with chipped ice over it. Hard candy was sold most of the time, chocolate was sold only in the winter, because in the summer it would melt -- since there were no refrigerators.
Back then, times where very hard and it was difficult to make a living. One day about the time Al Capone was terrorizing the City of Chicago, a so-called salesman came by the station, offering to sell the owners a way to make a lot of money, literally, for he had a set of plates for counterfeit ten-dollar bill. The story goes that the people yielded to temptation with the thought of being able to get rich quick.
A small room was constructed on the back of the old station for the purpose of hiding the printing materials and place to work. The only entrance was through the window you see on the back wall of the station. The window had a solid wooden door, which was kept closed most of the time. People didn't even know that there was a room back there.
The way the counterfeiting was done was that they would press one of the plates on a piece of paper with the green ink on it, then let that side dry for 24 hours, and print the back side of the bill the next day. Things went along just find for a time, but while passing one of the fake ten-dollar bills, one of the persons was arrested, and with the identification on him where he lived, he was traced to the old station. While searching the building, the counterfeit plates were found. So ended this crime spree, like so many others. The person being taken to jail was overheard to say, "It wasn't worth it!"
The old station was closed, never to open again. Many years later, which had nothing to do with the counterfeiting, a murder victim was found in the old abandoned building. Police were unable to determine whether he was killed here or the body just dumped. The victim was never identified for he had no identification on him and no one seemed to know him.
Please be careful entering this fragile old building
Rock of Ages Farm
The ice-seller's children
Little brother and big sisters!
My friend Chantale, who was my roommate for two years, made friend with some kids from the old and poor neighborhood of WanChunJie, close to our apartment in Shanghai. She went back to her home place in Quebec but didn’t forget her little friends in Shanghai, especially for last Christmas as she sent them a package with a few presents and some photos she took of them.
These kids are all brothers and sisters, which is quite unusual in China where only one child per family is allowed. They’re not Shanghainese but from poor remote provinces of China, from where their parents came from in search of a better future in the big city.
When I received the package, I realized it’s been a long time I hadn’t seen those kids around. I thought they might have gone back to their hometown or just move to another neighborhood… So I took Chantale’s photos with me, hoping that somebody would recognize them. When penetrating in the area, people were staring at me as if I was coming from outer space. Then when I asked about the kids on the picture, people replied “oh yes, these are the ice seller’s kids!”. The ice seller?!... Their family is actually selling ice to the whole neighborhood, in big ice blocks; as they don’t have any refrigerators in the area this kind of business is still very active. So I eventually found them, taller, but still the same, studying for school (that’s why I couldn’t see them playing around anymore).
Of course I couldn’t resist photographing them when opening their present from Canada. Chantale included a letter both in English and Chinese. She used to give them an English surname they were happy to remember…
Thanks to Aube-jolie for translations and help (I was too busy taking photos with one hand, holding the package in the other one!)
sell old refrigerator
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