I live in Alabama and the way they get around this law is to market them as health care items. I don't know why they don't just do away with ineffective laws. Not to mentions stupid ones.
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cognitive research causes a person's cognitive abilities to decline.
He said they are glorified hatchbacks, which means their is no wall between the back seat and the "trunk" area. Still plenty of room to put groceries, but you can get to the trunk by looking over the top of the back seats (and sometimes removing a little cardboard door).
Amazon doesn't carry adult movies(except for a few skinemax type flix) or toys.
They have a new Gmail motion link on the search page. It's a way to write your emails using body language and your webcam.
How about Official Penis Enlargement Network? You could rate and rank devices and have support groups and such. Probably could make some money just by plugging it on slashdot.
Puppies learn to eat shit from their mother. The mother eats the shit of the puppies when they are young to keep the living area clean and healthy. The puppies pick up on this from the mother. Most grow out of it, but some take some training.
Others just like shit.
If mixed case really makes that big of a difference, then they are making a mistake by only capitalizing the first letters.
I suggest street signs like this:
WaLl StReEt LuLz!?
Nevermind. I re-read your post and I had read it wrong the first time.
Out of curiosity I flipped my guitar one day to play like Hendrix. (He played a right-handed Strat upside down)
That's not true. He did play a right handed guitar turned upside down, but he did restring it so the strings were in the correct order(thickest to smallest from top to bottom). It would be very hard to play with the strings in the wrong order, but I guess theoretically it would be possible.
Theme Hospital was just re-released on the PSN for $5.99 a couple of days ago. Downloaded it last night and played for about 5 hours straight. Looks like crap, but still really fun.
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