this is the healthy adult version of the esteemed GM cereal that was introduced in '73. No refined sugars; plenty of delicious nutritious greens :)))) At only $150/box, it's a deal.
On behalf of counsel for the esteemed corporate American icon General Mills, I'd like to announce application in the federal district courts for an injunction against dead.net poster WTJ to preclude further spurious allegations of intoxicating conduct vis-à-vis monster-themed breakfast cereal standard bearer, Boo-Berry.
Close examination of the following stock publicity photo clearly establishes that Mr. Berry - a beloved apparition among children the world over - lives a lifestyle free of any vice that might result in his "ripped" condition.
So, please resume your usual practice of mainlining truckloads of sugar into your children at breakfast, as we at GM also own significant holdings in the dental services and Ritalin production sectors.
What's up with the character on the box of Boo Berry cereal? Does that ghost look ripped or what? Happy Halloween folks. :)
How cool! Rock mystery solved!
I think it'd revolve around my new fascination with Objectophilia.
You can't start a new topic. It's not set up that way, as a matter of chaos management. If there's some topic you think is lacking, send me a PM and I can either send you to the existing venue or start a new one. Thanks!
I'm still wondering till now why I'm not allowed to post new topic, then I ask my myself. If I'm allowed to post new topic, what will topic it will be?..........I don't know either.
Let's check back in a month... Although I'm originally from Cleveland, I am a Kansas City fan, having lived in the area for 33 years. I'm happy with KC baseball right now, a game up over Detroit! Keep an eye on the Tribe....
Congratulations to Maryam Mirzakhani on being the first woman to win the Fields Medal prize in mathematics.
Mirzakhani, 37, is of Iranian descent and completed her PhD at Harvard in 2004. Her thesis showed how to compute the Weil-Petersson volumes of moduli spaces of bordered Riemann surfaces. Her research interests include Teichmüller theory, hyperbolic geometry, ergodic theory, and symplectic geometry. She is currently professor of mathematics at Stanford University, and predominantly works on geometric structures on surfaces and their deformations.
Congrats Gr8ful Ted! Your Royals are on a hot streak...18 of 22 Wow! Finally the Royals are doing well again. It's nice to see them on top of the heap so late in the season. Good Luck for the rest of the season!