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  1. Friday

    FYI for anyone still using Everyday Minerals

    Wish they had a flying finger smilie.
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    FYI for anyone still using Everyday Minerals

    The problem BE (and many other mineral foundations) has for many of us Misty is that it contains Bismuth Oxychloride which is an irritant for many people. Stuff makes me itch like a son of a gun. I'm also unimpressed with their very limited choice of colors, preselected kits and overpricing. No...
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    FYI for anyone still using Everyday Minerals

    Just a quick drive by since I was one of those that raved about EDM's products. Their management has decided to drop their 'all natural' ingredients philosophy. They are reformulating and using ingredients that either aren't as pure as they should be or aren't even listed on the label...
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    SSBBW's in Sydney

    Bullshit. You've been told it offends and rather than leave off using it you try to justify it. That's wrong. Period.
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    SSBBW's in Sydney

    I have never heard of Arizona being referred to as the Italy of America and I would want to know the basis of that supposed nickname before I decided it was intended as an insult. For all I (or you) know, it could be that there is a large population with Italian immigrant forefathers living...
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    Are you a vegan or a carnivore?

    Thanks Vickie and thank the Dude for his info. When my mother lost most of her intestines to a blood clot animal products were the only things left that her stomach and the few inches of intestine she had left could draw nourishment from. Vegetables and fruit went through her without stopping...
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    2009 NFL Thread

    Nothing shameful about a 15-1 season Nance.
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    What's on the dinner table tonight?

    LOL Mossy. I put a pot of navy beans to soak last night and drained and started them simmering with chicken broth this morning. I chopped a large sweet onion and tossed it in a two quart dish with a lot of sliced garlic and a little EVOO and stuck it in the oven. When they were nice and...
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    2009 NFL Thread

    Very odd week. Seattle got their asses stomped by Arizona at home fercriessake. Only thing standing between us and the basement is St Loius (thank goodness). Hope Hasselbeck can get his dookey together. Lots of favored teams lost today (or didn't cover their spreads which matters in my pool)...
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    Barbie's ankles are too fat!?

    She had family support, but all the kids (mostly girls) at school were constantly worried about weight. The girls literally obsessed about looking like the pop tart of the month and it's all Ad driven, And it's getting worse. Scrawny boys and girls in ads for every teen targeted store...
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    Barbie's ankles are too fat!?

    Except that sometimes things are gender driven and in case you haven't noticed sex is what motivates 99.99999% of advertising and sales. Trying to pretend that they aren't is both ridiculous and pointless. Besides, why would you even bother to pretend that a gay man would be terribly interested...
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    Barbie's ankles are too fat!?

    Not every negative comment that contains the word gay is driven by homophobia. I have plenty of lesbian friends (both butch and lipstick) who have made the exact same comments about the current so-called fashions. Will you accuse them of homophobia too? Not to mention that neither bridges nor...
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    Barbie's ankles are too fat!?

    The only problem with this theory is that there is no logical reason to design a product that will suit less than .01% of the population. Whether it's because they want their models to look like the men they lust after or just because they're arrogant, out of touch shitwads, their product isn't...
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    Random FOODEE Thoughts and Confessions

    Dayum. I'll be there in a few hours.
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    Unusual Guilty Pleasures

    Fritos and blue cheese dressing.
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