College Baby Gear

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  • One providing higher education or specialized professional or vocational training

  • An educational institution or establishment, in particular

  • College (Latin: collegium) is a term most often used today in Ireland and the United States to denote a degree-awarding tertiary educational institution and in other English-speaking countries to refer to a secondary school in private educational systems.

  • the body of faculty and students of a college

  • an institution of higher education created to educate and grant degrees; often a part of a university

  • (within a university) A school offering a general liberal arts curriculum leading only to a bachelor's degree

  • A young or newly born animal

  • The youngest member of a family or group

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"

  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"

  • a toothed wheel that engages another toothed mechanism in order to change the speed or direction of transmitted motion

  • Equipment that is used for a particular purpose

  • set the level or character of; "She pitched her speech to the teenagers in the audience"

  • One of a set of toothed wheels that work together to alter the relation between the speed of a driving mechanism (such as the engine of a vehicle or the crank of a bicycle) and the speed of the driven parts (the wheels)

  • A particular function or state of adjustment of engaged gears

  • gearing: wheelwork consisting of a connected set of rotating gears by which force is transmitted or motion or torque is changed; "the fool got his tie caught in the geartrain"

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DadGear Backpack Diaper Bag - Solid Black

DadGear Backpack Diaper Bag - Solid Black

If ample storage space and extreme organization are what you're after, look no further than the DadGear Backpack. Designed in the spirit of hiking packs from our native Colorado, this rugged backpack maintains our standard of excellence for DadGear diaper bags. We were able to combine the ultimate in looks and functionality with features for great organization. This roomy backpack includes our patent pending features and is available in numerous styles and colors. Ergonomically-shaped, padded shoulder straps make carrying the pack very comfortable; or use the integrated straps to easily hang it from a stroller.
Features include:

Quick access wipes window and refillable wipes case make grabbing wipes a breeze
Diaper hammock keeps diapers at the top of the pack
Spacious main compartment has a clamshell opening for easy access to contents
Two large pockets with numerous compartments make it simple to organize and find everything
Two bottle pockets accessible from the exterior hold up to 2 bottles each
Light-colored interior helps you see everything inside
Stroller straps attach to any style stroller and store neatly when not in use
Changing pad included
Durable materials and classic styling ensure this bag will last long after the diapering years

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Mazar Sharif of Hazrat Shah Sufi Moulana Syed Golamur Rahman

Mazar Sharif of Hazrat Shah Sufi Moulana Syed Golamur Rahman

Hazrat Shah Sufi Moulana Syed Golamur Rahman (Baba Bhandari):

Baba Bhandari as indicated earlier was installed by Hazrat Kebla Kaba himself in his own spiritual domain to carry on the torch of Maizbhandari Philosophy. This great saint had portrayed his life with the true spirit of the Islamic teachings and rare humanitarian virtues. Hazrat Shah Sufi Moulana Syed Golamur Rahman (Baba Bhandari) was born on 10th January 1865, corresponding to 27th Ashwin of 1270 Bengali Calendar Year. Since his childhood, he showed extra-ordinary behaviour, which used to attract people’s attention and had made him different from any other child. It should be mentioned that before the birth of Baba Bhandari, Hazrat Gausul Azam Maizbhandari Shah Sufi Moulana Syed Ahmed Ullah (Hazrat Kebla Kaba) once called the mother of Baba Bhandari as "the mother of Peerane-Peer" (the word "Peerane-Peer" connotes the meaning of "Saint of all saints"). With the birth of Baba Bhandari, the parent thanked Allah for this heavenly gift and prayed to Him for materialisation of Hazrat Kebla Kaba’s sacred saying. After seven days of his birth, Baba Bhandari was brought to Hazrat Kebla Kaba who took the new born baby in his hand and pronounced: "This boy is the rose of my garden. He has got the complexion and beautiful appearance of Hazrat Eusuf (AS). Look after him. I name him Golamur Rahman". Soon after the birth of Baba Bhandari, there were signs of tremendous improvement in his parent’s family and miraculously the family’s financial situation had improved. This was perhaps the first visible manifestation that the new born was truly blessed by the Almighty Allah and He Himself entrusted the responsibility of guiding the people in the path of welfare, as per the teachings of Quran and Sunnah. Since his childhood, Baba Bhandari was highly particular with religious activities, including prayers, fasting, and reading Quran and Hadith. He was first given the Quranic lesson by his own uncle and spiritual guide - Hazrat Kebla Kaba. Baba Bhandari started his basic education in a local religious school and later continued his higher studies in the Chittagong Government Madrasha - a religious college in Chittagong City. Throughout his academic life, Baba Bhandari demonstrated his utmost brilliance and devoted himself in understanding the underpinnings of the holy Quran and Sunnah. Since his early childhood, he always preferred to be present in front of Hazrat Kebla Kaba. Sometimes Baba Bhandari used to stand on feet for the whole night in front of Hazrat. At the persuasion of his parent or relations, sometimes Baba Bhandari used to go back to his home but at the earliest possible opportunity he used to come back to his spiritual guide – Hazrat Kebla Kaba. Being in such close association with Hazrat Kebla Kaba, and through his robust devotion; Baba Bhandari attained the highest level of spiritual power. Since his early age, Baba Bhandari used to go for meditation. When he used to take the herd of cattle to tend in the field, he used to tell them: "Don’t destroy anybody’s crop". This advice to the cattle acted as such that they never encroached upon anybody’s crop area. In the meantime, he used to get engulfed in deep meditation. This also clearly indicates the divine power that was awarded to him by the Allah from his boyhood, whereby even the animals would listen to him. On many occasions, Baba Bhandari did fasting through out the year. During the later part of the night he used to go to the mosque for performing his prayers. At the age of 23, Baba Bhandari got married but his attention could not be diverted to the worldly affairs. As the time went by, he got more involved in exploring mysteries of Allah’s creation and devoted in creating illustrious examples, which could benefit the humanity. Baba Bhandari roamed extensively through dense forests of Chittagong Hill Tracts, Sitakund, and Deyanghills and also along the beach of the Bay of Bengal at Kumira and Fauzdarhat in Chittagong. He silently noticed and mixed with silent nature and attained union with the Divine illumination. He developed unimpeachable character and transcended the lure of this world. Thus the stream of nectar of his spiritual attainment showered blessings upon humanity irrespective of creed or cast. Like in the case of Hazrat Kebla Kaba, the description of Baba Bhandari’s ‘karamat’ appears to be never-ending. All these Karamats were geared towards the well being of human race and to guide the people in the path of welfare. Many people were and are still being blessed by his spiritual power and overcome many of their miseries in life and many got divine blessings by merely coming in association with him. At the age of 71 years and six months, Baba Bhandari left this world on 5th of April, 1937, corresponding to 22nd Chaitra of 1343 Bengali Calendar Year. Countless devotees observe this day as a mark of respect to this majestic saint.

Ode to a VW

Ode to a VW

This is from 1999 or so. Look at that! Film! Anyway, I post this for a couple of reasons:

First, the house. This was the coop where I was able to semi-legitimately live with Ana during college. I went to Boston U and she went to Harvard and while the coop was technically owned by Harvard, no one really kept track of such things. This is the only picture from the coop that I've found on flickr, so if anyone happens to find it while searching for 'dudley coop', please drop Ana and I a line. We haven't heard from any coopers in ages.

Second, the car. Sigh. It's got 170,000 miles on it in this picture, and would have almost 200K on it by the end of the summer. It was flawless when I sold it at 210K miles. I mean FLAWLESS. I don't know what they put on the upholstery and in the paint, but ever surface in that car wore like titanium.

1991 Jetta GLI. A true cult classic and semi-giant killer. This thing went around corners like nobody's business.

2.0l 16v engine, 134 hp in stock form with wonderful Recaro seats. GIAC chipped, with a Shine Racing head, a nice brospeed exhaust and airbox sans restrictor horn. At this point it was riding on Neuspeed springs and boge shocks with Dunlop SP8000 tires, a shine racing rear anti-sway bar, autotech 28mm front anti-sway bar and neuspeed strut brace on the front. It later got switched over to much, much nicer Shine Racing springs and billstein HDs. Seen here with euro-spec lights, putting out about 400 watts of H1/H4 illumination at night. There were more goodies, but they get even more esoteric. Let's just say that my camera is a relatively inexpensive hobby compared to Mk II VW love.

The car weighed less than a miata. Later that summer it happily cruised at 120mph for a couple of hours through Montana on the day before they re-instated their speed limits, all the while loaded down with a camping gear and luggage for a two month long trip. It topped out somewhere north of 130mph, but felt like a rock at any speed.

In the 20,000 mile road trip we took that summer, and the only problems the car had were my own damn fault (busted oil pain when I went off the road in montana). I completely trashed a pair of E30 BMWs w/ BMWCCA stickers on 'em on a road south of glacier national park, and had corded the tires by the end of the summer.

I took an oil drain pan with me so I could change the oil on the trip. I didn't trust anyone with my baby. Sadly, it started burning oil when I sold it to another VWer, and later the alternator fan blew up and sent a blade through the hood.

I still periodically see a beat up 16v VW in town, and I can identify it by the engine sound two blocks away.

Before the Jetta was a Porsche 924, 1.8l 16v GTI, and afterwards was my audi rally car, 2.0l 16v GTI, '84 Scirocco, Volvo 240, Audi 5000 turbo quattro, beat-to-hell '86 8v GTI, '97 Jetta VR6 and now a h...h...h...I-can't-say-it...h...h...Honda. None of them held a candle to this one, though. Life has been a never ending streak of disappointments since I sold it.

The old watercooled VW community is aweseme. People with nice A1/A2 VW's spot eachother and always, always, always give you a a wave or a thumbs up when they see you on the road. There's something about the GTI/GLI that turns people into Speed Racer. I get misty eyed thinking about it.

college baby gear

college baby gear

University of Arkansas Diaper Bag Official NCAA College Logo Deluxe Arkansas Razorbacks - Baby Bag - BEST Baby Shower GIFT for New Dad, Father or New Mom Mother GIFTS

The Right Features, the Right Size at the Right Price! By popular demand Broad Bay has created a feature-rich, well lined and insulated bag that Moms and Dads will learn to rely upon. Features include a large, accessible back pocket, two mesh pockets along each side for quick access, two zippered front pockets, and a roomy main compartment with a zippered interior pocket and mesh organizers. A removable, machine-washable changing pad is also included free in every bag. Designed to double as a stylish, carry-on travel tote bag when baby is older, this bag a great gift or as a smart investment in comfort. 12" wide x 12.5'" tall x 7.25" deep

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