Do you add the pasta before you boil the water or after?
do you attach the ears after they're made, or do you just have some molton sillicone goo that you pour into the molds, and it fills the ear just so PERFECTLy that god himself put the MOLTON PROMETHIAC GOO into the mold when the manager was on break scratching his ass
how are these made?
I'm proud of EpicLLOYD's work, there are idiots that pick on, abuse, hurt, or even cheat on others for power above them and forced the victim to hire LLOYD to drop in and rap the living heck out of them until they go to a certain breaking point, and we all wonder: if Charles, Southwest High School, Christian, Jennifer, Justin, James, Tyrance, William, Reshad, Daniel, and Joan had even seen these and their reactions as well
That guy above can go straight to Hell ell.
Epic, I like it
Whats the point of this?
Boise State Health Fair
Details about the health fair.
The 16th Annual Boise State University Health Fair invites you to attend our “Health is Contagious” Health Fair on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Jordan Ballroom. Attendees of the health fair will benefit from free or low-cost, early detection, and preventative health screenings and educational opportunities. Some of the exciting opportunities that will be available to attendees will include the following: Mammograms (Billed to your insurance, appointments need to be made by calling 208-367-8787 before 5pm on Mon. Nov. 12th), flu shots (20 dollars paid by cash or check), hearing checks, prizes and giveaways. There will also be a food drive and Keep kids warm. Donate a non-perishable item or some warm clothing and be entered into drawing to win some prizes. Over 50 exhibitors have been confirmed to be at the health fair. Questions? Call 426-3656
I'd like to leave a good review but I can't . I called them at 1:30 for a six pack and some pie hole which I was already going to tip 20$ to pie hole but they only do it very close cause it has to be on foot. Well they not only didn't answer but I left a message and got no call back . Well done " guys" ill be sure and tell my
560 friends on Facebook how it went !
So unique and weird! Almost as unique as keep portland weird...which was almost as unique as keep austin weird. WEIRD!
Hiral's comment about not being able to get Italian beef sandwiches anywhere else around here isn't true. The Taste of Chicago hot dog stand in Meridian (in the shopping center on Main & Fairview next to the Rite Aid) has been offering them for quite awhile along with legit Chicago-style hot dogs with Vienna Beef franks and the neon green relish. Steve the owner is a Chicago native. The downside is the limited business hours (11-4 Tuesday thru Saturday).
I'll try out their deep-dish pizza though. We need more legit Chicago cuisine here, and don't even get me started on Old Chicago and Chicago Connection.
Finally, sugaring in Boise! I've had to go to Seattle or Portland up till now.
They're also offering $35 Brazilians right now! (I just looked at their website) Cheaper than a Brazilian at a waxing salon...and with better results?
Body sugaring beats waxing hands down! I'll never go back.
Why Not us? We would love to come and be involved.
Thank you to the powers that be - to allow folks like us to be involved allow otherwise we cannot be.
Love the arts, wish we could contribute more.
duh.I thout of this twenty years ago les D.U.Is this is great best of luck.
I stopped into Bee Wise just last week...what a treasure! It's a great place for gifts, plus you can get a yummy natural soda while you're there!
WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THIS
the ban was lifted in 1994 according to wikipedia:
"In 1960, the FDA banned the use of sassafras oil and safrole in commercially mass-produced foods and drugs based on the animal studies and human case reports. Several years later, sassafras tea was banned, a ban that lasted until the passage of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act in 1994. Sassafras root extracts which do not contain safrole or in which the safrole has been removed are permissible, and are still widely used commercially in teas and root beers." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sassafras
The problem with is that the FDA banned the use of Sassafras root/bark in food products. This is the reason why almost all the root beer brands in the commercial arena had to change their formulas. I don't see how sassafras can be used legally in this product - if it's not costly - then why don't the big names do it?
This is a well known fact in the soda making world and I'm shocked that someone hasn't the owner on how he gets around this problem?
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