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Racing Seat Computer Chair

racing seat computer chair

    racing seat

  • Racing seat provides more stability and support for drivers than normal factory seats. It holds the driver in a fixed position in the car or cockpit, allowing maximum concentration and feedback through the steering wheel.

    computer

  • a machine for performing calculations automatically
  • An electronic device for storing and processing data, typically in binary form, according to instructions given to it in a variable program
  • calculator: an expert at calculation (or at operating calculating machines)
  • (computing) computer science: the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
  • A person who makes calculations, esp. with a calculating machine

    chair

  • act or preside as chair, as of an academic department in a university; "She chaired the department for many years"
  • Act as chairperson of or preside over (an organization, meeting, or public event)
  • professorship: the position of professor; "he was awarded an endowed chair in economics"
  • Carry (someone) aloft in a <em>chair</em> or in a sitting position to celebrate a victory
  • a seat for one person, with a support for the back; "he put his coat over the back of the chair and sat down"

racing seat computer chair – Playseat NASCAR

Playseat NASCAR #20 Joey Logano "Home Depot" Racing Seat
Playseat NASCAR #20 Joey Logano "Home Depot" Racing Seat
Introducing the Playseat NASCAR licensed #20 Joey Logano “Home Depot” Racing Seat, the next level in the ultimate gaming experience! Consisting of several new modifications not found on the Evolution, this chair provides ultimate comfort with a unique style to boot! Modeled after the dynamic race seat styling featured in real race cars, complete with head stabilizers, the Joey Logano “Home Depot” Racing seat is the perfect way to celebrate your favorite driver and bring the NASCAR racing experience home! The Playseat NASCAR Racing Seat includes extra strong, lightweight, black powder coated tubular steel frame with high-tension spring, and wire system. High profile side bolsters with Ultra high-density foam is fully upholstered in high-quality synthetic leather with official NASCAR and the Joe Gibbs Racing Team branding. The seat also includes the authentic signature sponsor and colors of the driver, with addition to reinforced synthetic leather patches in the high wearing areas that accent the seat nicely. Removable seat back and base cushions, an integrated side head protection system and patented foldable system in the back of the seat for easy and fast storage. Seat chassis and Pedal support framework features extra strong, heavyweight, powder coated steel chassis with special oval steel tubing to the pedal support plate and aluminum quick release handle for multi point adjustment of the gas, clots and brake pedal set. The new steering wheel support includes the newly patented fully adjustable steering wheel support with aluminum quick release handle for easy adjustment of height and length and universal steering wheel plate for almost all wheels in the market. Adaptable to Playstation2, Playstation3, Xbox, Xbox 360, Wii, and all computer game platforms. New designed extra strong, powder coated triangle tubing with extra space for putting through all wiring and PU protection between tubes to avoid scratching of the powder coating. Recommend for ages 14+.

Experience an authentic racecar experience with the officially licensed #20 Joey Logano “Home Depot” NASCAR gaming seat for racers. Delivering the next level in gaming, the racing seat features authentic signature sponsor and colors of Joey Logano and provides high-performance comfort with a fully adjustable driving position, integrated side and head protection, and heavy-duty state-of-the art construction that will transform your living room into a race car chassis.
Modeled after the dynamic race seat styling featured in real race cars, the racing seat features an extra strong, lightweight, black powder coated tubular steel frame with a high-tension spring and wire system to handle the impact of aggressive play. High profile side bolsters, an integrated side head protection system, and head stabilizers provide the support your need to perform at your best. Ultra high-density foam that is fully upholstered in high-quality synthetic leather with official Joey Logano NASCAR branding and reinforced synthetic leather patches in the high wearing areas deliver all-day comfort. The seat’s back and base cushions are removable and the chair boasts a patented foldable system in the back of the seat for easy and fast storage.
Designed to deliver a custom ride, the Joey Logano NASCAR Playseat comes with a patented fully adjustable steering wheel support with an aluminum quick release handle for easy height and length adjustment to suit any rider. Thanks to its universal steering wheel plate, the seat is compatible with almost all electronic wheels on the market. The Playseat’s exceptionally strong, heavyweight, powder coated steel seat chassis connects via special oval steel tubing to the sturdy pedal support plate. Powder coated triangular tubing with extra space for putting all wiring and PU protection between tubes prevents the powder coating from being scratched. An aluminum quick release handle allows for easy, multi-point adjustment of the gas, clots, and brake pedal set for fully customized, performance comfort.
Adaptable to Playstation2, Playstation3, Xbox, Xbox 360, Wii, and all computer game platforms, the NASCAR Playseat is an incredibly versatile addition to any home gaming set up. With a 250-pound maximum user weight and an 87-inch maximum length, the seat is recommended for gamers aged 14 and up. Celebrate your favorite driver and bring the NASCAR racing experience home with the officially licensed #20 Joey Logano “Home Depot” NASCAR gaming Playseat.
Playseat Specifications:
Modeled after the dynamic race seat styling featured in real race cars
Extra strong, lightweight, black powder coated tubular steel frame
High-tension spring and wire system
High profile side bolsters
Integrated side head protection system
Head stabilizers
Ultra high-density foam
Fully upholstered in high-quality synthetic leather with official NASCAR branding
Reinforced synthetic leather patches in the high wearing areas
Removable seat back and base cushions
Patented foldable system in the back of the seat for easy and fast storage
Patented Fully Adjustable Steering Wheel Support:
Aluminum quick release handle for easy height and length adjustment
Universal steering wheel plate for almost all wheels in the market
Seat Chassis and Pedal Support Framework:
Heavyweight, powder coated steel chassis
Powder coated triangular tubing with extra space for putting all wiring and PU protection between tubes to avoid scratching of the powder coating
Special oval steel tubing to the pedal support plate
Aluminum quick release handle for multi point adjustment of the gas, clots, and brake pedal set
Additional Specifications:
Adaptable to Playstation2, Playstation3, Xbox, Xbox 360, Wii, and all computer game platforms
250-pound maximum user weight
87-inch maximum length
Recommended for ages 14+

Bahar

Bahar
Imagine several Muslim women sitting cross-legged on a floor, stitching embroidery and watching a music video liberally spiced with soft porn. Imagine them watching a news feature about a religious zealot in the suburbs of Ankara, Turkey’s capital city, who hacked off his neighbour’s head with a machete — the murderer sits on a chair facing the camera while beside him on a table rests the victim’s head. Imagine all of this followed by a dubbed version of Flipper. If you can, then you can imagine the paradoxical nature of the gift that Hayriye Balci delivered to the small Turkish village of Emirimkoyu.

Although Hayriye Balci was born and spent most of her childhood in Emirimkoyu, she completed her secondary schooling in Belgium, where she embraced feminism and became familiar with media-generated culture and computer technology. When she returned to Turkey to manage a hotel in the small town of Kas, on the Mediterranean coast, it was "a bit like returning to the Dark Ages", where fax machines were still largely considered cutting-edge technology.

She also returned to a torn country, neither West nor East, rooted in Islam but yearning to be European. When I met her, Hayriye had already managed the Hotel Villa for two years — one of the only women in the small coastal town of Kas who did anything other than raise children or work for a family business. She was a rare member of that new class of Turkish citizen, as yet quite undefined — a female entrepreneur.

Although she loved Turkey, her country wasn’t quite ready for her feminist views. Thus, to maintain a balance in her life, she planned to spend the winter off-season in Belgium with her sister and friends. But she decided first to visit with her parents in Emirimkoyu, and to deliver the gift of a television. "My mother and grandmother can watch it," said Hayriye. "There is nothing else to do in winter." And because it was easier taking the television in a car rather than on a bus, my partner and I accompanied Hayriye to the village, agreeing to return the rental car to Kas.

It was easy enough renting a car, but then came the actual driving. I’ve always imagined myself to be a good driver, and I actually relished the experience of negotiating the winding roads that slice through the craggy-backed coastal range along the Mediterranean. I thought I was prepared. But, in Turkey, the car is imperial. Driving is a free for all. Show no hesitation or you are deemed unworthy to be on the road.

Islamic warriors used to charge into battle calling out the name of Allah — it was considered the highest of honours to die with Allah’s name on your lips. I now believe that many Turkish drivers hold the same conviction when they sally forth in their automobiles. One time, pulled up behind a tour bus that had stopped at the bottom of a hill, waiting for oncoming traffic to cross a single-laned bridge, the driver of a pony-drawn cart decided that it would be an opportune time to pass. But he was overtaken by a man in a wheelchair who bobbed around all of us and then weaved through traffic on the bridge. I’m certain he had Allah’s name on his lips.

The perils of the road are legion: caravans of nomads in carts loaded with every manner of household goods; fearless dolmus drivers who imagine their unwieldy mini-buses are in fact race cars; motorcyclists determined to deliver the goods (it’s not unusual to see a family of three with sacks of fruit and vegetables hung on the handlebars, labouring up some narrow road on an aging Jawa, oblivious to diesel-spewing, overloaded trucks bent on crowding lesser vehicles off the road). Government officials and businessmen in Mercedes with black-tinted windows accelerate past like phantoms, the army sets up numerous roadblocks (usually at some blind spot in the road), and men in behemoth construction machines will gladly engage in games of chicken.

We passed the ruins of Lycian cities, Greek amiphitheatres, Roman walls, and Byzantine fortresses — evidence of a history so multi- layered it defies any easy understanding — each civilization built upon the ruins of the former. We passed Patara, where it is said Apollo was born; Xanthus, once home to a people so proud that, when the Roman general Brutus finally defeated them in battle, they set fire to their houses and destroyed themselves.

Once in the mountains, the traffic eased, and we passed many deserted villages perched on the sides of stony hills. Hayriye explained that the people had all moved to the coast for the winter, that they would return in the spring — an annual exodus that has continued for thousands of years, and the only reason why any citizens of Xanthus survived beyond Brutus’s seige of their city.

Still, no matter how harsh and deserted the landscape, even when it seemed that nothing could survive, that not a living thing was anywhere nearby, goats would scramble out from behind some rocks or pick their way down a

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I just spent 2 or three hours refining this and they erased all my corrections and editing. I’m tembling as though they had erased it all because I thought they had until I pushed the back button and wa able to get the uncorrect version back. I’m not really sure how much they erased. Now i just tried putting cntrl v in the comments and the corrected version was there, so I guess I saved it. I took it over and put it in draft too. Let’s see, I colored the whole text and I think I might have punched cntrl c and then place the cursor to erase the blue becore I pressed save. I was trying to be safe. Then instead of pressing clicking the blue away and clicke som combination of two keys down in the left hand corner and mthe text disappeared and was replace by a c with a little tail on the bottom. Anyway, Im glad it wasn’t erased. I think it is quite an interesting essay. I think the little girl and her huge father had a school girl skirt from the Mormon private school out behind Big-O tires on HIghland Drive. But, does Roland hall use black and red plaid? cough cough I think they may have buzzed me or tried to. They been cruising with short skirts and so on and stressing me out I’ve been on my guard against it. I dozed off a while ago, though, and after I woke and went back to reading—I had moved from the computers because of a din—I began to be aroused with not apparent sensory input. I looked over at a distance and that[[]] was looking back at me and thought occured to that…but of course…Ill probably forget this because if I ever go back to work on it it will be the other copy

This came up when I pushed the upload button on the next pic…of nagarjuna [[]]. I wrote in the caption area something about how they are sabotaging me. This is what I was talking about. I didn’t realize at that time that it had shown up here. I wonder if this Nagarjuna is the one that wrote the material that man from "Spain" sent me. They just had a "fire drill" and kept me outside for an hour or two of torment of various kinds. When I finally went to ask the "security guard" when they were going to let me back in, it was a younger [I don’t know if I have characterized him yet. If I have, I don’t remember. He is a long-time library employee and I associate him in my mind with both Beka and the supervisor of shelving. He’s tall and blonde (dishwater) and when he first started working here, I was still actively feeling the air…it was quite some time before I started in Classics. I used to "hate" him for being one of those who teased me using feminine sexuality as a [foil?] I think I have discussed this. I would try to give off bad vibes and I guess my facial expressions and demeanor would show my feelings. I think I have described how I once said "fuck you" to Hepworth’s son as he walked toward me at HIghland Park one day. I mean that I felt certain he intentionally presented himself to me for the purpose of causing me stress. Beka’s friend used to taunt me by affecting an effeminate voice (He’s tall and pretty masculine) as I walked by him and Beka. I’ve tried for many years to be friendly in my manners toward all the library employees in order to sort of make up for those hostile years. I think I have described how they often taunt and mimic me in this attempt. Anyway, as I walked up to this younger version of Beka’s friend (I could easily call him a Harward), I noticed that there was a too young looking student age female sitting with one leg cocked up with the sole of that foot pulled up against one buttock part of which was exposed because of her position and because her shorts were so short. I decided not to ask and turned away. They had already tormented me once regarding the fire drill, library access and "security guards". The time passed and I thought maybe she had left or changed her position so I decided to try again and this time as I approached I could see that she way lying one her back on one of the retaining walls at the east entrance with her knees up and spread apart to reveal her pubic area but I decided to go ahead and ask the Beka’s friend or maybe the Harward and as I did glanced between her legs to see if she were giving the beaver shot she seemed to intend. She was. With short shorts, if the leg opening fits tightly around the upper thigh it hides the anything in beneath the shorts, but if it is a loose fit, especially if the individual is positioning herself in such and such a way which this one was, then the area is revealed through the gap between thigh and shorts. I thought at a glance that I could see pubic hair but it was only a glance and it could just as well been dark panties or, more likely, shadows. I was momentarilly titillated by the "sight" but was able to chase the both sight and sensation from my imagination quickly because of the stressful context. They were assaulting me from everyside both sensually and psychically.

racing seat computer chair

Wii Inflatable Racing Kart
Whether drifting around corners, road racing or just speeding through your favorite racing game, you can now maneuver your way through obstacles with precision with the Inflatable Kart from CTA Digital. This Inflatable Kart is designed in the style of a sports car to give you the feeling of being behind the wheel. Connected to the inflatable car’s dashboard is a plastic steering wheel that holds your Wii Remote by simply placing the remote in the middle of the wheel (with or without MotionPlus connected). This soft and comfortable seat is easy to setup, just pullout and pop open the air valves around the car and inflate with an air pump. So hop in your kart and go!

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