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Ashley Harris, 29, died on Sunday evening. She was the wife of San Diego cheap prom dresses Chargers defensive tackle Tommie Harris and had two young children, Tyson, aged three, and four month old Tinsley.

Tommie Harris played college football for the University of Oklahoma. He had a four year, $40 million contract with the Bears but was released at the end of the 2010 season and cheap jerseys moved to the San Diego Chargers last September.


An aneurysm is a bulge in a blood vessel caused by a weakness in the vessel wall. As blood passes through the weakened vessel, the blood pressure causes it to bulge outwards like a balloon.

A San Diego Chargers spokesman said: 'The Chargers family is saddened by the sudden loss of one of our verychildren. Our prayers are with the Harris family during this most. cheap nfl jerseys

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Letting wine "breathe" isn't just something that happens in restaurants in '80s teen comedies with snooty matre d's. It's really a thing, and you should learn how to do it at home, because it'll make just about any wine including Two Buck Chuck taste much, much better.

How Does Aerating (Letting Wine Breathe) Make It Taste Better?When you expose wine to air, two processes start: oxidation and evaporation. Oxidation means more oxygen is being added to something, which usually involves some kind of process of breakdown. red bottom shoes cheap When iron gets rusty or an apple turns brown, they're undergoing oxidation. Evaporation is when a liquid turns into a vapor.

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Do You Need to Buy a Fancy Aerator?Nope! There are plenty of ways to aerate wine at home, from the simple decanting method to using a blender to "hypercant" wine, all of which we'll get to in a moment. Many oenophiles (that's "wine enthusiast" in fancy talk) I know scoff at buying a specialized tool.

If you're an aspiring sommelier or have a serious wine collection, it may be worth the investment. If you just like a nice bottle of red with dinner and want it to taste better than the price tag might imply, you're better off sticking with home aeration methods.

Sedimentary, My Dear WatsonOne easy way to aerate wine is to decant the bottle. That simply means pouring the bottle into a large glass container with a wide mouth. The pouring action aerates the wine once, and letting it sit in the glass encourages the process further.

Decanting has an added benefit: if you're drinking an older wine, you'll also eliminate any sediment (aka fine grit) that might have settled at the bottom of the bottle. In other words, don't up end that thing and shake it to get the last few drops out. Gently tilt the neck of the bottle as you wholesale nfl jerseys pour and stop if you see any sediment about to drop into the decanter. Stop when the bottle is about halfway or two thirds empty.

Next, let the cheap nfl jerseys decanter and the semi full wine bottle sit for a while twenty to thirty minutes on average, an hour or more if the wine is very young and harsh. This way, the wine in the bottle still aerates, but much more slowly. That way you can save a little vino for later and it will retain its aromas and character.

If you really don't want to deal with washing another item, you can just open the bottle of wine at least an hour before you drink it and leave it alone. That's it. Yes, really that's it.

Aeration for One, PleaseWhat if you know you're only going to have one glass? You don't have to decant or aerate the entire bottle. To aerate a single glass of wine, hold the wine bottle as high as you can without splattering and pour. The distance the wine has to travel to get into the glass provides more aeration.

Be sure to use a wine glass with a deep bowl and stop pouring once the wine reaches the widest point of the bowl. This exposes the most available surface area to air.

Next, swirl the wine gently several times in a row. To do this without splashing liquid everywhere, keep the glass on a table. Hold it by the stem, then move the glass in small, smooth circles as quickly as you can. When you drink, take a small sip and pull air in through your nose to let the oxygen and the wine blend.

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If you're not sure about your hand eye motor coordination, you can also pour yourself a glass following the steps above and skip the swirling. Just leave the glass out for about fifteen minutes and voil! you've got aeration, baby.

To Hypercant or Not Hypercant?Some science types have suggested using a blender on wine. Hypercanting is a bit of a misnomer whipping wine through a blender is really the process of hyperaeration, but that doesn't sound as nifty as hypercanting.

Inventor Nathan Myhrvold believes that pulsating wine for 30 to 60 seconds will do what decanting does, but much more quickly. An immersion hand blender would work for this process, too. Some people have pointed out that in very high speed blenders, the motor runs so swiftly that it can warm up the wine and ruin the delicate balance of flavors.

Our verdict? You may want to try hypercanting on a very low risk bottle of vino. Two Buck Chuck sounds just about right.

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