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Old 03-06-2009, 06:22 PM
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I agree. There's a bigger mark up in price for healthy-er foods. Unhealthy food is cheaper, gets you really fat and if you don't have a lot of money you go for things that are cheap...and fattening. It's a shame.
Food prices are a supply and demand issue. Back in the 50s, lean beef was cheaper than the marbled, fatty beef; because people just preferred the taste of fat in their meat back then. It was considered a luxury and a sign of prosperity to eat the more fattening foods. Keeping in mind that this was just after the Great Depression and the WW2 food rationing. Lean meat was something for poor people, so it wasn't as desirable to eat; thus it was the cheap stuff.
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Old 03-06-2009, 06:25 PM
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Very true. If people would join gyms and actually use them (or just get physically active at least every other day) instead of funding drug and insurance companies, you would see a substantial increase in work production and decrease in health care premiums. It would put billions of dollars back into the hands of Americans and prevent the flooding of drug and insurance companies' money into the hands of the members of Congress. Now that's a REAL stimulus.
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i'm thinking kissy face, corazon, man meat, sexy thing, papi or maximus

dang ... "maximus" gave me a pudge ... man meat is more slutty though ...
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Old 03-06-2009, 11:39 PM
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I'm REALLY good in bed. I NEVER fall out.
Hmmmm, that's awesome for you.

I fall out of my bed about once a week, ususally always have a bruise somewhere


PLUS, here is the website of the stallion I'm going to start working with later this month, he starts under saddle training this spring Just so you have an actual stud example to look at!

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PLUS, here is the website of the stallion I'm going to start working with later this month, he starts under saddle training this spring Just so you have an actual stud example to look at!

http://gryphonskeepfarm.com/stallionservices.html
What a coincidence. I offer a very similar service. ;)
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Old 03-07-2009, 01:30 AM
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The general term ... not you specifically ...


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