Loyal, friendly, unique, boundless... meet the Jack Russell. The Jack Russell is a happy, bold and energetic little dog. They are intelligent and assertive, so if you let them take an inch, they will be happy to take a mile. For that reason it is very important for Jacks to have a person who is willing to be the pack leader. Equally contented hunting a fox or killing a sock in the living room,
One-Eyed Jacks is a film with a troubled history. It was almost the feature debut of emerging television director Sam Peckinpah, who penned the original draft screenplay, and it was almost the only Western to be directed by Stanley Kubrick before he too left the project. The eventual director was Marlon Brando, stepping behind the camera for the first and only time. Brando is Rio, a bank-robber
Uncle Jacks Hotel of Horror has rooms of Hell and there s always room for one more tenant. When a couple help owner Jack Dubin to bring a collection of haunted objects from a renowned psychic s criminal cases to their h...
The classic game of Jacks! Jacks, also known as Jackstones, Jackrocks, Fivestones, Onesies and Knucklebones, originated hundreds of years ago in ancient Rome when boys and girls played with small stones or animal bones and learned to use them in a game. The traditional game of skill and coordination is perfect for any occasion.
Tasty and organic these dried apricots are a great and healthy snack as well as a zippy addition to stuffings desserts and pies. Made without preservatives and 100% organic they might even be called natures perfect food! Good for Vitamins A C
One Eyed Jacks is a fictional brothel and casino on the 1991 television series Twin Peaks by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Its located across the Canadian border in British Columbia. Owned by cutthroat businessman Ben Horne, this brothel is connected with the murder of Laura Palmer. This is not official merchandise; it is a design inspired by Twin Peaks and should not be associated with official
This is the third story in the PM Plus series about Jack and Billy. In this story, Jack receives a new toy car for his birthday from his mother and father. Billy is envious and the car disappears. Dad comes to the rescue and all ends well. Red level titles introduce recurring families and animal characters to engage children. Overlapping of high frequency words and sentence structures ease the