by Ryan Fu •
1999 Lexus GS 400 Sedan
The mid-sized car by the name of Lexus GS 400 is definitely the crowning premium sedans that you shall find in the market. With the different kinds of people looking into the large identical exterior and interior decoration, this car shall definitely prove to be your money’s worth. Over a certain period, when you get to know about the different engine and transmission combinations, you will also be enamored by the configurations of the car. This way, managing the overall domestic market and getting to know about the Premier sedans is also good way in which you shall be able to bring the best possible transmission combinations for your own necessities within the car.
- Engine 4.0 L V 8-cylinder
- Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive
- Transmission 5-speed Automatic
- Horse Power 300 hp @ 6000 rpm
1/2 of recipe (about 16 oz.): 138 calories, <0.5g fat, 2mg sodium, 10.5g carbs, 0.5g fiber, 7g sugars, 0.5g protein — PointsPlus® value 5*
Watermelon makes for a light and versatile flavor for your cocktails. Not only is it sweet and refreshing, its vivid pink color also makes it as pretty as it is tasty. For a perfect mid-afternoon cocktail, combine watermelon and prosecco to make a watermelon Bellini. The original Bellini uses white peaches, but watermelon lightens the drink and gives it a bolder appearance. Puree chunks of seeded watermelon in your blender with a splash of lemon juice to brighten the flavors and a modest quantity of sugar or other sweetener to balance the lemon and bring out the melon’s flavor. Divide the puree into champagne flutes or other tall glasses and fill them up with the rest of your prosecco. For a kid-friendly version, substitute sparkling lemonade or a lemon-lime soda for the wine.
Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups cubed seedless or seeded watermelon 3 oz. tequila 1 tbsp. lime juice 3 no-calorie sweetener packets (like Splenda or Truvia) 2 cups crushed ice or 10 – 16 ice cubes
Directions: Place all ingredients in a blender, and blend until smooth. Pour, sip, and enjoy!
The sky danced with bands of green, yellow and other colors last night, as the aurora borealis, or northern lights, dazzled viewers in the upper Northern Hemisphere. The light show was sparked by a powerful solar flare that erupted from the sun Wednesday.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Space Weather Prediction Centersays that while Earth will feel the effects of the large coronal mass ejection through Sunday, it won’t bring major communications or electrical problems.