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In 2013, We’ve seen a bunch of creations and pieces from different brands and labels where they’re fond of using this Camo as their main material. I dunno, why camo has became the lead ones in the mainstream fashion today. Maybe due of the boyish-ing trends that has been implemented last year,2013.

I actually, liked it – I mean every pieces that are inspired in camo because it can serves as well for us being nationalist and respect toward to our respectful depends department staff such as: Army, Navy and Military. And at the same time it can brings appeals on your end too which can lead for you being fashionable today.

Recently, the brand A Bathing Ape, mainly in Contemporary street wear, had released their new collection or “New In” fashion find that may surely be hip soonest as it’s released in the market soon which the “A Bathing Ape 2014 Spring CITY CAMO ECWCS PULLOVER PARKA “. The jacket seems fine on me and I think it can fits well too, to everyone (male and female) who loves outdoor activities.

For further details on this ” A Bathing Ape 2014 Spring CITY CAMO ECWCS PULLOVER PARKA ” will be posted here, iamronel.com, since I haven’t got the full details in it due of some sorts that the brands are working on today. But no worries, it may clear out soon and this camo jacket they’ve cooked for us will be available soon for us to avail. 🙂


xotic sl drive

Do you want to improve your guitar’s producing sounds? if so, let me tell you about this awesome xotic sl drive which most musicians haves now. Yeah! this lilte gadget has its features on turning the normal sounds into great electrifying ones. Wants to know further details about it? heads now to musicians friends site for the list of features of this great sl drive, also, you may check out youtube too on how to use it. Thank you!


Life after a Traumatic Brain Injury

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Traumatic brain injury occurs as a result of forcible trauma or a blow to the brain. It can result in several different complications for the patient depending on the severity of the blow and the resulting injury. One of the possible results for those who suffer from this type of injury is the loss of cognitive reserve.

 This affects the amount of brain matter that is present in the brain, which is intended to last for your lifetime. The loss of which can make you more vulnerable and susceptible to diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Dementia.

 The Frontal Lobe is another area of the brain affected by traumatic injury. This is the most advanced part of the brain and is responsible for a lot of the functions the brain carries out. Injuries to this sensitive part of the brain can result in devastating and lifelong complications and difficulties that can affect the individual’s ability to live a normal life.

 Unfortunately, trying to get compensation for the treatment and complications associated with Traumatic Brain Injury can be just as traumatic as the injury itself. Insurance companies will fight your claim all the way. They usually contact you soon after you submit a claim. The telephone call between the adjuster and you may be recorded for use later on in a hearing to show that there is nothing wrong with you. Speech impairment is one of the possible side effects but is not the only symptom or necessary to prove traumatic brain injury.

 There is no aspect of your life that will be safe from scrutiny as the insurance company tries their best to protect their interest. Your health and the state of your finances are not their primary concern. They will search your garbage and interview your neighbours, friends, relatives, and coworkers if necessary.

 In order to assist with your claim try if at all possible to take as many photographs as possible from all angles of the accident or event. The vehicle you were driving or a passenger in, as well as any other vehicle or object involved in the accident.

 Take the necessary steps to prevent the vehicle from being destroyed or crushed by any of the parties involved including the insurance company. Take the name and addresses of as many witnesses that can account for what happened before and after the incident.

 Finally, get the best medical help possible to aid you in a speedy and full recovery. Keep detailed records and ask your family to do the same as you may not be in a position to do so for yourself. Providing detailed records and evidence of your injury will assist you with any claim you may file. After your traumatic brain injury depending on the severity of the injury, try to pick up the pieces and resume a normal life as soon as is possible.

 You may succeed or you may fail due to the problems associated with your illness. However, your valiant attempt will be noted and go a far way in showing the difficulties associated with the condition.

 You may contact the experienced team at Priority Legal with any questions you may have.

About the author:

Cheri Davis writes for http://www.prioritylegalclaims.co.uk/

Does a NFL Player Have to go to College?

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The National Football League (NFL) does not require its players to have college football experience but almost all of them do. It’s the best way for aspiring football pros to impress NFL scouts by showing their capabilities to play on an NFL team. According to the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), the governing body of college football, the NFL drafts one out of every 50 college football players each year.

However, for players with no college football experience, the draft odds fall to one in 1250. Although those chances are very low, they are not zero. The NFL has picked up football players who had never played a down in college but somehow managed to impress the right people at the right time in the NFL. Here’s an introduction to five fortunate NFL players:

Antonio Gates

Gates played a college sport. It just wasn’t football. He played college basketball for four years but a professional basketball career was not in his cards. So Gates turned to the NFL and the San Diego Chargers took him in even though the tight end had not played on the gridiron since his last year in high school.

Eric Swann

Academic issues dashed Swann’s plans to attend North Carolina State University. Consequently, his football career set off on a rather unorthodox path. After playing for a semi-professional football team, Swan entered the 1991 NFL draft where he was quickly chosen by the Phoenix Cardinals in the first round.

Vince Papale

Known as the inspiration behind the biopic “Invincible,” Papale received a track scholarship to attend Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia where he excelled at pole vaulting and the long jump. After graduating, Papale played on a semi-professional team, and his performance caught the attention of Dick Vermeil and the Philadelphia Eagles. Joining the Eagles as the oldest NFL rookie at age 30, Papale played wide receiver and special teams for two years until a shoulder injury ended his career.

Ray Seals

Seals probably became the most successful football player to never have attended college after he started for the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX.  The defensive end went from playing on a semi-professional team to playing eight seasons of NFL football for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Pittsburgh Steelers and Carolina Panthers.

Darren Bennett

The Australian-born punter asked the San Diego Chargers for a tryout while he happened to be honeymooning in California. Bennett wowed the Chargers enough that he was given a place on the team, although he didn’t become the Chargers regular punter until about two years later. Bennett had played Australian rules football for twelve years before joining the Chargers but he had not gone to college before playing in the NFL. Bennett had a number of very good seasons that resulted in several invitations to start in Pro Bowls.

These five players proved that college football isn’t the only stepping stone to a NFL career. Three of these five players never went to college and two didn’t play football in college, but all of them went on to lucrative professional football careers. Any extremely lucky and talented football player can begin an NFL career as soon as they are three years removed from their high school graduation date, even if they haven’t played college football.


NCAA:  Estimated Probability of Competing in Athletics Beyond the High School Interscholastic Level http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/public/ncaa/pdfs/2012/estimated+probability+of+competing+in+athletics+beyond+the+high+school+interscholastic+level

MadeMan:  5 NFL Players That Did Not Go to College http://www.mademan.com/mm/5-nfl-players-did-not-go-college.html

Draft Site:  NFL Draft Rules


Suasn writes about NFL at allpro her blog.

Avid pro tools at guitar center

Knowing some techniques on how to play your instruments such as: guitar, ukelele,piano and more, doesn’t limit you to have some sound enhancers like this avid pro tools at guitar center. Because these kind of gadgets are really must haves. Because they can help you to have an very quality sounds at the same time you can enjoy yourself by playing your instrument/s the most out of it. I am telling you, sounds tools or enhancers are a must-haves if you are into this music industry..

Apricot Power find b17 and b15

Could anyone here help me and tell me where could I buy this awesome Apricot Power find b17 and b15, please? Because I might need it soon as I engaged myself into these organic products that may helps a lot on our body than having some formulated products available today in the market. Try some sorts of apricot products. It is really good and can also help you to distress you on your daily dose of frustrations.hehe