this reminds of the time someone from the forum lend out some fight dvds and a bunch of people wanted to borrow them next and they vanished. does anyone remember this. long time ago. maybe 03-04
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Graze is pretty fast, they already started preparing the first shipment. They said I should see the items they'll send soon. I chose the love option for some fruits and mixes of other things containing spice to get my father started because thats what he enjoys most. I'll post thoughts once he gets it.
Bulldog did you sign up and send a code to tallica?? The code gets you a $1 off your first paid shipment. I see in the account, you have the option of 1 week, every 2 or every 4. I chose the every week option
I sent it ya fat bastard.
I just forgot to log on and do it.
And I got the DVDs from justbrian and passed them on. No idea what happened after that. But it was confirmed back in the day.
Really interesting article about how scientists manipulate "food products" to increase addiction.
Well worth a read.
Small quote to illustrate what they think of you:
One of the other executives I spoke with at length was Jeffrey Dunn, who, in 2001, at age 44, was directing more than half of Coca-Cola’s $20 billion in annual sales as president and chief operating officer in both North and South America. In an effort to control as much market share as possible, Coke extended its aggressive marketing to especially poor or vulnerable areas of the U.S., like New Orleans — where people were drinking twice as much Coke as the national average — or Rome, Ga., where the per capita intake was nearly three Cokes a day. In Coke’s headquarters in Atlanta, the biggest consumers were referred to as “heavy users.” “The other model we use was called ‘drinks and drinkers,’ ” Dunn said. “How many drinkers do I have? And how many drinks do they drink? If you lost one of those heavy users, if somebody just decided to stop drinking Coke, how many drinkers would you have to get, at low velocity, to make up for that heavy user? The answer is a lot. It’s more efficient to get my existing users to drink more.”