Ein eigenes Flugzeug für deinen Garten. Hol dir jetzt die Hüpfburg Airplane von Happy Hop und werde zum Pilot in deiner eigenen Flugzeug-Hüpfburg. Bei dieser coolen Spielstation kommst du voll auf deine Kosten, denn du kannst dir jederzeit aussuchen, was du gerne spielen möchtest. Ob hüpfen in der Hüpfburg, Körbe werfen am Basketballkorb, schwimmen im Ball-Pool, oder rutschen auf der Rutsche, für jeden kleinen Abenteurer ist hier garantiert etwas dabei. Im coolen Flugzeug-Design gehalten sieht dein neues Lieblingsspielzeug besonders toll und beeindruckend aus. Mit dem mitgelieferten Gebläse wird die Burg im Handumdrehen aufgebaut und kann direkt benutzt werden. Heringe zum Befestigen, eine praktische Transporttasche, 30 Bälle für den Ball Pool und ein Reparaturset zum Aufnähen sind direkt mit dabei. So kann dein Spielspaß mit der Hüpfburg Airplane von Happy Hop sofort beginnen. Weitere Informationen: Material: Laminiertes PVV, Nylongewebe Inklusive Basketballkorb, Bällepool, Rutsche, Hüpfburg Maximalbelastung: ca. 113 kg Produktmaße ( L x B x H): ca. 2,9 x 2,6 x 1,70 m Grundfläche: ca. 7,54 m² Gebläse läuft stets während der Benutzung Separate, innen vernähte Luftkammern zur abgebremsten Verteilung der Luftströme beim Hüpfen AC 220 240 Volt IPX 4 (spritzwassergeschützt) Altersangabe: ab 3 Jahre Lieferumfang: Hüpfburg Gebläse Transporttasche 30 Bälle für Bällepool Heringe (Erdbefestigung) Reparaturset (zum Aufnähen)
Coming together in the fervent folk scene of San Francisco, Marty Balin (vocals), Signe Toly Anderson (vocals), Paul Kantner (guitar) and Jorma Kaukonen (guitar) played their first shows as the Jefferson Airplane in 1965. As their performance chops developed, they continued to fine tune the band, adding Jack Casady (bass) and Skip Spence (drums). This lineup quickly built a loyal following around town, aided in no small part by San Francisco Chronicle jazz critic Ralph J. Gleason´s glowing reviews of their live sets. By December of that year, they had signed to RCA Records for a then-huge $25,000 advance and began recording their debut album, Jefferson Airplane Takes Off. Because the group had not performed outside of their hometown, RCA pressed a relatively modest 15,000 copies in mono to launch the album in September 1966. Such was their popularity in the Bay area that 10,000 albums were sold in San Francisco alone, requiring the label to repress in larger quantities. However, the label executives had already expressed displeasure with some of the album´s song lyrics. Balin and Kantner´s ´´Runnin´ ´Round This World´´ contained the line ´´the nights I´ve spent with you have been fantastic trips´´ which the label belated interpreted as a drug reference. Furthermore, they bristled at the lines ´´you shut your door, you know where´´ and ´´don´t tell me you want money´´ in ´´Let Me In´´ and also took issue with the lyric ´´flowers that sway as you lay under me´´ from ´´Run Around.´´ Asserting its clout, RCA deleted ´´Runnin´ ´Round This World´´ and had the group record alternate lyric lines for ´´Let Me In´´ and ´´Run Around´´ for subsequent pressings of the album. As any collector would rightly assume, this made original mono editions with ´´Runnin´ ´Round This World´´ and the uncensored versions of ´´Let Me In´´ and ´´Run Around´´ highly sought-after artifacts. Setting aside the controversy, the album is a brilliant folk rock document, largely written by the group members themselves. Well-chosen covers include John D. Loudermilk´s ´´Tobacco Road´´ and Dino Valenti´s ´´Let´s Get Together,´´ recorded years before it became a hit for the Younbgbloods under the title ´´Get Together.´´ Balin and Anderson´s vocals blend seamlessly and Kaukonen, Kantner and Casady acquit themselves admirably. Only Skip Spence, who was really a singer-guitarist and not a drummer, needed backup in the studio. That assistance came from session drummer Spencer Dryden, who would soon join the group upon Spence´s departure. Of course, Spence subsequently formed Moby Grape, giving his departure a truly happy ending. Anderson also announced that she was leaving the group after giving birth to her first daughter in May 1966. Luckily, the band had only to look to their frequent opening act, The Great Society, for a new female vocalist but that is a story for another album. The next one, in fact. After years of being a high-dollar, hard-to-find collectible, Sundazed comes to the consumer´s rescue with this exact reissue of the ORIGINAL, UNCENSORED MONO EDITION of Jefferson Airplane Takes Off. Sourced from the RCA analog mono masters, pressed on 180-gram vinyl and packaged in a faithful recreation of the album artwork, you can now own the inaugural flight of this legendary band for the first time in nearly four decades!
This week the The Best of Car Talk, how do Tom and Ray celebrate Valentine’s day? With gifts likely to earn them each a few nights sleeping in the garage! But, in classic, ´´those who can’t do” fashion, they’re happy to give college student Zoey tips for meeting the cute guy working in her dorm. In matters more technical (yet still wacko!), Ed needs help choosing an engine for the Miata-sized airplane he’s building in his garage; and, Mary just bought a vintage Ford Galaxy sight unseen, and now she´s scouting the area rest homes for a mechanic to work on it. Also, on Stump the Chumps, we find out if ´´Fred” ever confessed to his wife that he hates the Saab she bought him as a surprise gift. All this and more, this week on The Best of Car Talk. [Broadcast Date: February 14, 2015] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Magliozzi, Ray Magliozzi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/cart/150214de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject Psychology - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,0, LMU Munich, language: English, abstract: We want to be happy, but what exactly does this mean? Is happiness an emotion, or a way of life; is it temporary, or constant; is it something that depends on you, or on your surroundings? A specific branch in psychology, positive psychology, has embarked on a journey to find the answers to those and similar questions. Everybody wants to be happy. You, me, your best friend, your family. Even your boss. Happiness is such a lucrative incentive that it motivates people to do the craziest things: swimming with sharks, jumping from airplanes, dieting, training, and even working from 9 to 5 for their entire life. Since happiness plays such an important part in our life, we ought to know what it is and where we can easily find it, right? Wrong! This is a challenging task, resulting in years of wrong decisions and frustrating activities. You set yourself a goal to become a lawyer and earn a lot of money. You invest hundreds of hours into studying and practice, spend thousands of dollars on education until you finally get into court and realize that this isnt what you wanted at all. The problem is that we live in a society which is lacking introspection and self-knowledge. In most cases, our parents, teachers and friends tell us what is right for us. They fool us into thinking that we have to strive for certain things in order to be happy. Because we never question authority and we comply gently with societal pressure, we end up with a major depression at the age of 30. So the next time you find yourself doing things other people have told you to do, stop and think for a second if this is really what you want to do.
Why is 1001 Ways to Reward Employees, with over 1.4 million copies in print, such an extraordinary best-seller? Because a little over 10 years ago, Bob Nelson took the seeds of an idea and turned it into something indispensable for business. The idea? That it´s not a raise that motivates an employee, and it´s not a promotion. What really sparks a person to perform are those intangible, unexpected gestures that signify real appreciation for a job well done.Now, after having worked with thousands of organizations in the years since 1001 Ways to Reward was first published, Bob Nelson presents a second edition packed with hundreds of new ideas and examples of how companies are using rewards and recognitions to boost productivity and keep their valued employees happy. Airplane mechanics are rewarded with balloons and pinwheels. Another manager calls his employees´ mothers and thanks them for raising such industrious children. There are ideas from the offbeat (The Margarita Award) to the company-wide (a quiet room) to the embarrassingly simple (a hand-written thank you note) to the wacky (the Laugh-a-Day challenge) to the formal (a two-week promotion to special assistant to the president).Each section includes no-cost rewards and low-cost rewards, both public and private, making this new edition an indispensable resource for making the person / achievement / reward equation work. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bob Nelson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/high/000336de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Watch the birdie! A perfect Happy Birthday Card for everybody who loves retro charme, like an old fashioned camera with the a 19th century photographers accessory - the bird. Watch the birdie! is handmade by Nikrima after my own drawing. Afterwards I hand carved the stamp and then hand stamped on the card. You will get the Card, which is folded in the middle, plain on the inside. The Card comes with a fitting envelope,with three hand stamped airplanes on it. Please note that this item is hand stamped by me, so every card is a unique copy. Personality lies in each single piece so please allow for slight variations in this handcrafted item from the original pictures.
BIG SPENDER / Bassey Shirley|Brown eyed girl / MORRISON VAN|CAN´T HELP FALLING IN LOVE / UB 40|DAYS / KINKS|DANNY BOY|DON´T STOP / FLEETWOOD MAC|DON´T THINK TWICE IT´S ALL RIGHT / DYLAN BOB|FERNANDO / ABBA|HAPPY / Williams Pharrell|Little talks / Of monsters and men|THE LOVECATS / CURE|THE MAN WHO SOLD THE WORLD / Nirvana|SOMEBODY TO LOVE / Jefferson Airplane|Someone like you / Adele|STAY WITH ME / Smith Sam|SUZANNE / COHEN LEONARD|Thinking out loud / Sheeran Ed|WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS / Beatles|Wild World / STEVENS CAT|YELLOW / COLDPLAY|YOU KNOW I´M NO GOOD / Winehouse Amy
Look and Listen! Hooray, here is a perfect Card for everybody who loves retro charme, like an old fashioned camera and an audio cassette. You can use the Look and Listen! Card for every occasion on which you would like to congratulate, e.g. birthday, happy ending story, long lasting love, for an announcement or whatsoever. Have fun with it )! Look and Listen! is handmade by Nikrima after my own drawing. Afterwards I hand carved the stamp and then hand stamped on the card. You will get the Card, which is folded in the middle, with Hooray! on the inside. The Card comes with a fitting envelope,with three hand stamped airplanes on it. Please note that this item is hand stamped by me, so every card is a unique copy. Personality lies in each single piece so please allow for slight variations in this handcrafted item from the original pictures.
One of the most influential economists of the decade - and the New York Times best-selling author of The Great Stagnation - boldly argues that just about everything you´ve heard about food is wrong. Food snobbery is killing entrepreneurship and innovation, says economist, preeminent social commentator, and maverick dining-guide blogger Tyler Cowen. Americans are becoming angry that our agricultural practices have led to global warming - but while food snobs are right that local food tastes better, they´re wrong that it is better for the environment, and they are wrong that cheap food is bad food. The food world needs to know that you don´t have to spend more to eat healthy, green, exciting meals. At last, some good news from an economist! Tyler Cowen discusses everything from slow food to fast food, from agriculture to gourmet culture, from modernist cuisine to how to pick the best street vendor. He shows why airplane food is bad but airport food is good; why restaurants full of happy, attractive people serve mediocre meals; and why American food has improved as Americans drink more wine. And most important of all, he shows how to get good, cheap eats just about anywhere. Just as The Great Stagnation was Cowen´s response to all the fashionable thinking about the economic crisis, An Economist Gets Lunch is his response to all the fashionable thinking about food. Provocative, incisive, and as enjoyable as a juicy, grass-fed burger, it will influence what you choose to eat today and how we feed the world tomorrow. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Hoye. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/003010de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.