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I got nuttin' again. I best get to some cuttin' and pastin' cause I'm losing. Laughing 
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Hugh Laurie

The guy that plays House on the show House M.D.  I forget why it's on my clipboard.


Happiness is just one curly fry away.  I'm thinking Arby's™
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http://www.threadless.com/product/593/Pirate_Infested_Waters#zoom

Link to a cool t-shirt design.



Resistance ain't no good. Y'all's gonna be assimilated.--The Good Ol' Borg


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I'm never so happy as when I'm covered in bird poop, cat hair, dog slobber and garden dirt.
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Dominique needs adoptive parents
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Part of a Myspace survey.  You're supposed to Google "(Your name) needs..." and put what the first link says you need.  Mine was amusing.



I heart Ducky.  I stalk Ducky.  His hair is quite fluffy, and he makes good cookies.
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I pasted but it was for a naughty place, so I decided I better not. Off to try Hippietrekx's game.
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http://www.alteringtime.com/features/misc/?p=baggins



I heart Ducky.  I stalk Ducky.  His hair is quite fluffy, and he makes good cookies.
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Birthdates which occurred on your SELECTED date of July 29:
1805 Alexis de Tocqueville France, statesman/writer (Democracy in America)
1861 Alica Hathaway Lee Roosevelt 1st wife of Theodore Roosevelt
1869 Booth Tarkington US, novelist (17, Magnificent Ambersons)
1871 [Gregory Efimovich] Rasputin the mad Russian monk
1878 Don Marquis Ill, journalist/poet (archy & mehitabel)
1883 Benito Mussolini [Il Duce], Fascist Italian dictator (1922-43)
1887 Sigmund Romberg Nagykanizsa Hungary, operetta composer (Blossom Time)
1892 William Powell actor (Thin Man, My Man Godfrey)
1898 Isidor Isaac Rabi Poland, physicist (explored atom-Nobel-1944)
19-- David Sederholm Phila Pa, actor (Bill Hayes-Ryan's Hope)
19-- Evan Rogers Northampton Mass, rocker (Rythm Syndicate)
19-- Jack Blessing Balt Md, actor (Chip Frye-Small & Frye)
19-- Jeanetta Arnette Wash DC, actress (Bernadette-Head of the Class)
19-- John Sykes rocker (Sleep Relaxation)
19-- Paul Sylvan NYC, actor (Woody-Busting Loose)
1900 Don Redman Piedmont WV, orch leader (Sugar Hill Times)
1900 Eyvind Johnson Sweden, novelist (Return to Ithaca-Nobel 1974)
1905 Clara Bow silent screen actress (It, Saturday Night Kid)
1905 Dag Hammarskj”ld 2nd UN Secretary-General (1953-61) (Nobel 1961)
1905 Thelma Todd actress (Dangerous Female, Devil's Brother)
1907 Melvin Belli Sonora Calif, lawyer, SF's "King of Torts"
1913 Stephen McNally NYC, actor (Split Second, 30 Seconds over Tokyo)
1914 "Professor Irwin Corey comedian (Car Wash)
1921 Richard Egan SF Calif, actor (Empire, Redigo, Pollyanna)
1924 Lloyd Bochner Toronto, (Cecil-Dynasty, Lonely Lady, Naked Gun 2«)
1924 Robert Horton LA Calif, actor (Kings Row, Wagon Train, Arena)
1925 Mikis Theodorakis Chios Greece, composer (Raven)
1926 Russel Firestone polo great (Circle F-1959 champs)
1930 Paul Taylor dancer & choreographer (Paul Taylor Dance Company)
1932 Nancy Kassebaum (Sen-R-Ks)
1933 Robert Fuller Troy NY, actor (Laramie, Wagon Train)
1935 Peter Schreier Meissen Germany, tenor (Dressden State Opera 1961)
1936 Elizabeth Dole US Secretary of Transportation (1983-87)
1938 Peter Jennings Toronto Canada, news anchor (ABC Evening News)
1941 David Warner Manchester NH, actor (Holocaust)
1943 Roz Kelly Mt Vernon NY, actress (Owl & Pussycat, Happy Days)
1946 Neal Doughty keyboardist (REO)
1950 Radu Voina Romania, team handball (Oly-silver/2 bronze-1972, 76, 80)
1951 Leslie Easterbrook LA Calif, actress (Ryan's Hope, Police Acadamy 5)
1953 Geddy Lee lead singer (Rush-Tom Sawyer)
1959 Gary Springer NYC, actor (Bernice Bobs Her Hair)
1959 Nelli Kim USSR, gymnist (Olympic-2 golds-1976)
1963 Alexandra Paul NYC, actress (Christine, American Flyers, Dragnet)
1964 Lisa Peluso actress (Search for Tomorrow, Ava Alden Rescott-Loving)
1972 Wil Wheaton actor (Star Trek Next Generation-Wesley, Stand By Me)
1973 Stephen Dorff Atlanta, actor (I Know My Name is Steven)
1973 Wanya Morris [Squirt], Phila Pa, rapper (Boyz II Men)

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Deaths which occurred on July 29:
1030 King Olav Haraldsson of Norway, dies in battle of Stiklestad
1164 King Olaf of Norway, dies
1890 Vincent Van Gogh dies in Auvers, France
1900 Umberto I Italian king assassinated by anarchist Gaetano Bresci
1960 Richard Simon cofounder of Simon & Shuster, dies
1974 Cass Elliot singer of Mamas & Papas chokes to death at 30 in London
1982 Harold Sakata actor (Kenji-Sarge), dies at 62
1983 David Niven actor (Rugues), dies in Switzerland at 73
1983 Luis Bu¤uel movie director, dies at 83 of cirrhosis of liver
1983 Raymond Massey actor, dies of pneumonia in Beverly Hills, Calif at 86
1984 Fred Waring orch leader (Fred Waring Show), dies at 84
1984 Woodrow Parfey actor (Time Express), dies at 61 of a heart attack
1985 James F Nolan actor (Dante), dies of cancer at 69
1988 Ellin Berlin (MacKay) Mrs Irving Berlin, dies at 86

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( Expanded with full Bios, history, & MIA report )

1965    BROWN            EDWARD D. JR.     CHARLOTTE             NC     KIA IN CRASH REMAINS DESTROYED   1965    WEATHERBY        JACK WILTON       FORT WORTH            TX     REMAINS RETURNED BY HANOI  (NOT HIM???)   REMAINS RETURNED 08/23/78 1966    BOSSIO           GALILEO F.        DEER PARK             WA     DEAD   1966    CAMERON          VIRGIL KING       MC ALLEN              TX     SURVIVAL UNLIKELY   REMAINS IDENTIFIED 08/06/99 1966    CHIARELLO        VINCENT A.        NEW YORK              NY     POSS DIED IN CRASH REMAINS RETURNED 03/02/88   1966    CONKLIN          BERNARD           STONEY POINT          NY     DEAD REMAINS RETURNED 03/02/88   1966    DI TOMMASO       ROBERT J.         BUFFALO               NY     DEAD   1966    HALL             JAMES S.          GREENSBORO            NC     DEAD   REMAINS RETURNED 03/02/88   1966    HOSKINSON        ROBERT E.         MORO                  OR     DEAD   1966    LAWS             DELMER L.         MINERAL POINT         MO        1966    MAMIYA           JOHN II           WAHIAWA               HI     DEAD REMAINS RETURNED 03/02/88   1966    SMITH            HERBERT E.        APPALACHICOLA         FL     DEAD / RETURNED 03/88   1967    BENNEFELD        STEVEN HENRY      GIRARD                KS        1967    JOHNSON          RICHARD HERMAN    WOLCOTT               NY        1968    AUXIER           JERRY E.          DIXIE                 WV        1972    KULA             JAMES D.          MANCHESTER            NH     03/29/73 RELEASED BY DRV       ALIVE IN 98 1972    MATSUI           MELVIN K.         HILO                  HI     03/29/73 RELEASED BY DRV 
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On this day...
1588 Attacking Spanish Armada defeated & scattered by English defenders
1715 10 Spanish treasure galleons sunk off Florida coast by hurricane
1751 1st international world title prize fight-Jack Stack of England,
           beats challenger M Petit of France in 29 mins in England
1773 1st schoolhouse west of Allegheny Mtns completed, Schoenbrunn, OH
1786 1st newspaper published west of Alleghenies, Pitts Gazette
1835 1st sugar plantation in Hawaii begins
1844 New York Yacht Club forms
1851 A De Gasparis discovers asteroid #15 Eunomia
1858 1st commercial treaty between US & Japan signed
1858 US citizens allowed to live anywhere in Japan
1874 Major Walter Copton Wingfield patents a portable tennis court
1899 1st motorcycle race, Manhattan Beach, NY
1899 Southern Calif Golf Assn formed
1908 St Louis Browns Rube Waddell strikes out 16 Phila Athletics
1911 Boston Red Sox Joe Wood no-hits St Louis Browns, 5-0
1914 1st transcontinental phone link made between NYC & SF
1915 US marines land in Haiti, stay until 1924
1920 1st transcontinental airmail flight from NY to SF
1924 Paul Runyan wins the PGA golf championship
1928 Walt Disney's "Steamboat Willie" is released
           Cleve Indians score 17 in 1st 2 inns to beat Yanks 24-6 at Dunn Field
           they also set a record with 24 singles in 1 game
1930 115ø F (46ø C), Holly Springs, Mississippi (state record)
1936 RCA shows the 1st real TV program (dancing, film on locomotives,
           Bonwit Teller fashion show & monologue from Tobacco Road & comedy)
1937 C Jackson discovers asteroid #1431 Luanda
1938 Olympic National Park established
1942 Eastern Blvd in the Bronx renamed Bruckner Blvd
1947 Gas leak explodes in a beauty parlor, 10 women die in Harrisonburg Va
1948 King George VI opens 14th modern Olympic games in London
1952 1st nonstop transpacific flight by a jet
1955 Smokey Burgess hits 3 HRS to help Pirates beat Reds 16-5
1956 Cathy Cornelius wins the US Women's Golf Open in a playoff
1956 Jacques Cousteau's Calypso anchors in 7,500 m of water (record)
1957 International Atomic Energy Agency established by UN
1957 Jack Paar's Tonight show premiers
1958 Pres Eisenhower signs NASA & Space Act of 1958
1958 Southern Pacific Bay ferries stop running
1960 J Schubart discovers asteroid #2000 Herschel
1961 Phillies lose 1st of 23 straight games
1961 Wallis & Futuna Islands become a French overseas territory
1965 Beatles movie "Help" premiers, Queen Elizabeth attends
1965 Gemini 5 returned after 12d 7h 11m 53s
1965 Major league record 26 strikeouts, Phillies (16), Pirates (10)
1967 Explosion & Fire aboard carrier USS Forrestal in Gulf of Tonkin kills 134, $100 million in damage
1967 Moderate quake (6.5) strikes Caracas Venezuela causing severe damage
1968 Cincinnati Red George Culver no hits Phillies, 6-1
1968 Mount Arenal, Costa Rica kills 80 in Pelee-type eruption
1968 Pope Paul VI reaffirms stand against artificial birth control
1969 Mariner 6 begins transmitting far-encounter photos of Mars
1970 6 days of race rioting in Hartford Ct
1973 Greek plebiscite chooses republic over monarchy
1974 2nd impeachment vote against Nixon by the House Judiciary Committee
1974 St Louis Card Lou Brock steals his 700th base
1975 Ford became 1st US pres to visit Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz
1978 600,000 attend "Summer Jam" rock festival, Watkins Glen, NY
1978 Penny Dean swims English Channel in record 7h40m
1978 Pioneer 11 transmits images of Saturn & its rings
1981 Prince Charles of England weds Lady Diana Spencer
1982 Andy Taylor of rock group Duran Duran weds Tracie Wilson
1983 "Friday Night Videos" premiers on NBC TV
1983 Steve Garvey ends his NL record 1,207 consecutive game streak
1984 Summer Olympics opens in LA
1985 19th Space Shuttle Mission (51-F)-Challenger 8-launched
1986 NY jury rules NFL violated antitrust laws, awards USFL $1 in damages
1987 Ben & Jerry's & Jerry Garcia agree on a new flavor Cherry Garcia
1988 FDIC bails out 1st Republic Bank, Dallas, with $4 billion
1988 Gorbachev pushes plan electing president & parliament in March, 1989
1988 Judge orders NASA to release unedited tape from Challenger cockpit
1988 Last US Playboy Club (Lansing Mich) closes
1988 South African govt bans anti-apartheid film "Cry Freedom"
1989 Javier Sotomayor of Cuba sets high jump record (8'0") in San Juan
1989 Phillies retire Steve Carltons # 32
1989 Vince Coleman, record streak stopped at 50 straight stolen bases
1990 Boston Red Sox set major league record with 12 doubles in a game
1991 1st Sunday Night game at Shea Stadium (Mets beat Cubs 6-0)
1991 Donald Trump gives Marla Maples a 7+ carat engagement ring





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Holidays
Note: Some Holidays are only applicable on a given "day of the week"

Norway : Olsok Eve Festival (1030)
Gilroy, California : Garlic Festival - - - - - ( Friday )

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Religious Observances
Ang, Luth : Comm of Mary & Martha (Lazarus' sister) of Bethany
Luth : Commemoration of Olaf, King of Norway, martyr

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Religious History
1775 The U.S. Army Chaplaincy was founded, making it the second oldest branch of thatservice, after the Infantry.
1776 Pioneer Methodist bishop Francis Asbury remarked in his journal: 'My present modeof conduct is...to read about 100 pages a day; usually to pray in public five times aday.... If it were in my power, I would do a thousand times as much for such a gracious andblessed Master.'
1866 Birth of Thomas O. Chisholm, American Methodist pastor, teacher, editor and poet.Of the 1,200 sacred verses he penned, one later became the popular hymn: 'Great Is ThyFaithfulness.'
1905 Birth of Dag Hammarskj”ld, Swedish diplomat and Secretary-General of the U.N.(1953-61). His spiritual journal 'Markings' was published in 1964, three years after hisuntimely death in a plane crash.
1974 The first eleven women priests in the Episcopal Church were ordained inPhiladelphia's Church of the Advocate.


Stuff that happened on the day I was born.
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1.You never met any celebrities.
2. "Vacation" means going to Cedar Point.
3. At least 1 member of your family disowns you the week of the
Michigan/Michigan State game.
4. Half the change in your pocket is Canadian
5. You drive 86 mph on the highway and pass on the right.
6. Your idea of a traffic jam is 40 cars waiting to pass an orange
barrel.
7. You know how to play (and pronounce) Euchre.
8. It's easy to get VERNORS Ginger Ale, Sanders Hot Fudge sauce and Faygo Pop.
9. You know how to pronounce "Mackinac."
10. You've had to switch on the "heat" and the "A/C" in the same day.
11. You bake with SODA and drink a POP.
12. The movie "Escanaba in Da Moonlight" wasn't funny. You consider it a documentary.
13. Your little league game was snowed out.
14. The word "thumb" has geographical meaning, rather than anatomical
significance.
15. You show people where you grew up by pointing to a spot on the back of your left hand.
16. Traveling coast-to-coast means driving from Port Huron to Muskegon.
17. You measure distance in minutes. (VERY TRUE)
18. When giving directions, you refer to "A Michigan Left."
19. You know that Kalamazoo not only exists, but it is either raining or snowing there. (& its not that far from Hell)
20. Your year has 4 seasons: almost winter, winter, still winter, and road construction.
21. Home Depot on any Saturday is busier than toy stores at Christmas.
22. You know when it has rained because of the smell of worms.
23. Owning a Japanese car was a hangin' offense in your hometown.
24. Everyone you meet out of state thinks you know eminem
personally.
25. You drive 60 mph thru 2 feet of snow in a raging blizzard, without flinching.
26.You think Devil's Night is celebrated everywhere.
27.You believe that "down south" means Toledo.
28.You know what a "Yooper" is.
29.Up North" means north of Clare.
30.Octopus and hockey go together as naturally as hot dogs and baseball.
31.The snow freezes so hard that you can actually walk across it and not break it or leave any marks.
32.Half your friends have a perfect sledding hill right in their own backyard.
33. You refer to Bad Axe as 'Nasty Hatchet'
34. The Krauts in Frankenmuth love to see pictures of your Christmas tree.
35. You lost your virginity up at Higgins or Houghton to some skank from Detroit.
36. You know how to spell and pronounce 'Ypsilanti'
37. Your favorite holidays are Christmas, Thanksgiving, the opening of deer season and Devil's Night.
38. Your car rusts out before you need the brakes done
39. At least 25% of your relatives work for the auto industry.
40. You know more about chill factors and lake effect than you'd EVER like to know!
41. Your snowblower has more miles on it than your car.
42. Shoveling the driveway constitutes a great upper body workout.
43. You don't understand what the big deal about Chicago is.
44. Half the people you know say they are from Detroit... yet you don't personally know anyone who actually lives in Detroit
45. You learned how to drive a boat before you learned how to ride a bike
46. You never watch the Weather Channel - you can just assume they're wrong.
47. The snowmen you make in your front yard actually freeze. Solid.
48. You actually understand everything i just said.

An email a friend sent me.  I found most of it very entertaining.


Happiness is just one curly fry away.  I'm thinking Arby's™
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Tomorrow is September 11, and I'm taking an airplane flight. However, I'm not on United, so if my plane is taken over by a band of ill-tempered ultra-violent psychopaths, I should notice the difference.
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Quote: Мастер wrote at 1:54 AM on September 11, 2006:
Tomorrow is September 11, and I'm taking an airplane flight. However, I'm not on United, so if my plane is taken over by a band of ill-tempered ultra-violent psychopaths, I should notice the difference.



BWWWAAAHAAAHAAHAAAHAAA! Now that's funny KOS.

What's on my clipboard right now:

A MMP full of purty pictures! How jakely jake! It does sound like things went well, FCM and that you enjoyed it. You made some money. Just goes to show ya there's some classy people at craft fairs that appreciate the quality stuff. I am intrigued about your idea of clay as sunblock. Perhaps we could come up with a workable business model and market it. I foresee bazillions bein' made! Big grin


Quote: mnemosyne wrote:
Wow - you have to be up real early in the morning to catch the birth of an MMP! I never post to these things because they are always multi-page behemoths by the time I usually read them and I'm not really all that clever or witty or funny or anything to bother! In fact, my posting to this might just kill the thread. I hope not. But it's a risk.


Welcome to the MMP mnemosyne!  Do not worry about clever, witty and funny. I mean, look at some of the [del]clowns[/del] cool kids who post and rattle on and on and on about just anything! It's hardly an art form. Just post whatever's runnin' around in yer head at the time. Remember, this is the thread where hijacking is required. I'm thinkin' about yer nickname, cause, we do that in here. I'm seein' mnem pronounced M & M. Havin' a nick prounced like M & M's would make you real popular in here. We got us some real M & M fanatic Cool Kids. See, you are now officially a Cool Kid and thus are bound to post. It's a rule. OK, we have no rules, but it's as close to a rule as we get.

ACBG called me bout half an hour ago. He's starting back toward Albeeeny. I shall be his personal welcome wagon this evening. Big grin




A post on the mother board. Well, is the Dope our mother board umop?
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    return $datestr;
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Wow, it seems I have quite the busy clipboard this morning. Stick out tongue



Quote: swampbear wrote at 11:59 AM on September 11, 2006:
A post on the mother board. Well, is the Dope our mother board umop?


At first I thought it would be, but I don't think too many Dopers know that we exist. I don't think it is, but members from there are more than welcome here. Smile
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An adult ball pit. Hmm. The mind boggles. How about a giant beer mug/swimming pool?






Ideas for my proposed adult themed Chuck E. Cheese type restaurant.
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Quote: swampbear wrote at 11:59 AM on September 11, 2006:

Quote: Мастер wrote at 1:54 AM on September 11, 2006:
Tomorrow is September 11, and I'm taking an airplane flight. However, I'm not on United, so if my plane is taken over by a band of ill-tempered ultra-violent psychopaths, I should notice the difference.



BWWWAAAHAAAHAAHAAAHAAA! Now that's funny KOS.



Glad you like it Big grin

I've arrived, no problem whatsoever.  This never happens.  Things went too well.  Some calamity must be about to strike me. . .
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Quote: Мастер wrote at 8:57 PM on September 11, 2006:

Quote: swampbear wrote at 11:59 AM on September 11, 2006:

Quote: Мастер wrote at 1:54 AM on September 11, 2006:
Tomorrow is September 11, and I'm taking an airplane flight. However, I'm not on United, so if my plane is taken over by a band of ill-tempered ultra-violent psychopaths, I should notice the difference.



BWWWAAAHAAAHAAHAAAHAAA! Now that's funny KOS.



Glad you like it Big grin

I've arrived, no problem whatsoever.  This never happens.  Things went too well.  Some calamity must be about to strike me. . .



If we were playin' a different type of game I'd be posting something like this:

TPAM is hiding under a bed living in fear right now. Laughing

And I got nuttin' in my clipboard.

BTW, glad you're there safe and sound KOS
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Quote
BTW, glad you're there safe and sound KOS



So far so good, thanks Stick out tongue

Here is my clipboard:

 ÷èñëå ÷åëîâå÷åñêèõ ïîðîêîâ îäíèì èç ñàìûõ ãëàâíûõ îí ñ÷èòàåò òðóñîñòü.
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I can't post what's in my clipboard, darn it.  Well, I guess technically it's not in my clipboard anymore since Excel doesn't seem to keep your "copy" once you close the application.



Resistance ain't no good. Y'all's gonna be assimilated.--The Good Ol' Borg


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I'm never so happy as when I'm covered in bird poop, cat hair, dog slobber and garden dirt.
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ναί, διά τί ού;

Yeah, I was just testing that the chatroom is working okay. Innocent
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I got nuttin' again.
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http://www.tabletopstudio.com/flowerphotography/awesomebouquet.jpg

Pretty flowers.



Resistance ain't no good. Y'all's gonna be assimilated.--The Good Ol' Borg


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I'm never so happy as when I'm covered in bird poop, cat hair, dog slobber and garden dirt.
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Here's a thought for ya. You find a source for buying coffee wholesale. You repackage it in say, eight ounce jars and market it as "Surly Chick's Miracle Foul Odor Eliminator" and make an infomercial. You'll be rich, cause, apparently people will buy anything if they see it in an infomercial.


A mere thirty percent of your gross (not net) earnings will be compensation enough for this brilliant business strategy.


Brilliant bidness strategy ain't it!
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