I know a few reds and not a damn one of them can handle anything spicy. Hell, one of them thinks spaghetti sauce is too spicy.
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And here I sit with my windows blocked off because I thought the sunlight was causing fatigue on my eyes, making me tired.
When you start (and have a ton of stuff) going somewhere to use the big machines is probably your best bet. The Toshibas I work on scan at 80PPM. If they are well maintained and your paper isn't all tattered and folded they rarely double feed. Make sure you fan your paper out before putting it in the doc feeder.
Then you can use a smaller home machine for your upkeep.
Looks like they got their concept from the head of a yellow jacket.
Mark can print up as many credits as he wants for himelf and friends = inflation
The government isn't going to allow that crap, they want people using dollars (which are taxed). They don't like competition.
For instance the ThisNovember5th site was setup by Trevor Lyman using a video created by James Sugra without even consulting the campaign. That site brought in $4.3M from 37,000 donors in 24 hours. Mr. Paul estimated that the one-day haul had brought $10 million worth of free publicity. Ron said he hadn't even gotten around to thanking them yet. THANKS Guys!! There is a new money bomb web site being prepared now in celebration of the Boston Tea Party
The article goes on to cover the wide variety of supporters that the Paul campaign has attracted. In reality Dr. Paul didn't create these groups; he simply gave them a focal point to rally behind. And he used the Internet to unite them, or more accurately, the users of the Internet found his message and united themselves behind it. I guess that is why the author titled the article 'The Web Finds Ron Paul, and Takes Him for a Ride'."