Discussion in 'The Watering Hole' started by Green Jello, Mar 1, 2013.
Sorry if some of these are repeats.
Well, that didn't work....
Can't see em dood.
Looks like RocketGeek jumped on my bandwagon...
I really want to know the story behind each of these...
No, but it was funny.
I could see them when I got an email notification. They showed up in my inbox. Try using copy/paste next time. Works for me.
A "get it doner". Those are the type of people who simply want to get the job done but don't really care about the results, they just need to check the box.
Are you downloading them from google drive?
And I used to get paid to break into computer systems for a living... (legally) and this is TOTALLY what we wore when we did it:
I do NOT want to know what's in the GG Sauce!
Redefining curb appeal?
A totally nonpartisan message:
I'll bet it doesn't:
Trying again. ...
This is a true story:
I was in Krogers today and saw these. Really??? If I am eating Doritos why would I care if they are organic???
All right! "Organic" junk food! I had to spend a minute or two on research on what USDA requires to qualify as "organic":
Organic 101: Allowed and Prohibited Substances
Note that GMOs are not prohibited. Oops. Genetically modified "organic" is OK.
The "organic" Doritos ingredients:
Organic corn, organic expeller-pressed sunflower oil, organic cheddar cheese (milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), organic maltodextrin (made from corn), sea salt, organic sweet cream buttermilk, organic tomato powder, natural flavors, organic onion powder, organic romano cheese (cow's milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes), organic butter (cream, salt), organic skim milk, organic spices, citric acid, organic garlic powder, organic cream, and lactic acid.
Separate names with a comma.