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relevant now I suppose. http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2015/05/21/405190434/chew-on-this-the-science-of-great-nyc-bagels-its-not-the-water?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20150521 also, we need a new couch. Wife is just going to design it herself.
Justin Bieber agrees with you Canadians
yeah, not even going to bother
nah, you can still find it, but overall it should be noted that vintage bubbles are produced in far smaller quantities than the big Bordeaux producers or the big Napa producers. Makes finding things a tad trickier.
isn't this true for pretty much all wines? It's either buy and cellar, or do the usual searches (wine-searcher, online auction, Sotheby's, etc)
I've used Navigation systems from a number of makers, and they all suck compared to Google Maps on an iPhone.
I went there after I dropped my guitar off at Southside. It was good.this seems reasonable. Overpriced, yes, but not $10/bottle of water bad.
you know the menus exist online
well yeah, but they're also decent quality hot dogs and $10 means its going to be loaded with shit like bacon and chili and fried onions and peppers, etc. Plus a side of fries and a drink.charging a tourist $30 for a dirty water dog at the WTC memorial just a guy being a prick.
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