I bet you wore your Class A's and waited in line to get paid in those dark days as well...
Summer weight Tropical Worsted, if you please, Class Bs. Like Will Smith said in "Men In Black", I make this shit look GOOD. !I bet you wore your Class A's and waited in line to get paid in those dark days as well...
For how much a month?!
Alas, some of us have beards that start well below the adam's apple and end just under the eye sockets. I'd look like a werewolf. Still I used to piss off my troppy because I had cheek tufts and there was feck all he could do about them; the best he could grow was a wispy Ronald Coleman.Not shaving daily or twice a day at times is rather nice.
Wimmin do like the beards these days.
Voluntarily remaining clean shaven is barbaric.
Full size front load washing machines aren't really any smaller than full size top loaders. The space advantage only comes with compact size versions that take smaller loads but are designed to stack on top of each other with the washer (the heavy item) on the bottom.Whats primitive about a top loading washer? Front loaders are a Euro idea designed to fit under a counter in the, smaller , Euro kitchens.
Our top loader stands in a separate laundry next to the stupid front loading drier, which sits on a base to raise it off the floor.
When did the US $2 bills fall out of circulation? I don't recall ever seeing one.I have a couple of dollar coins and a couple of $2 dollar bills laying around somewhere, both are still legal tender although no longer in circulation.
August 1966 but reintroduced again in 1976 to mark the US Bicentennial celebration. Going out of circulation is probably the wrong word to use as the were still printing them as late as 2005. It's just that they are very rarely seen these days.When did the US $2 bills fall out of circulation? I don't recall ever seeing one.
The US $2 note is still in circulation, but is not as commonly seen as the one dollar note. Wikipedia says:When did the US $2 bills fall out of circulation? I don't recall ever seeing one.
In Canada $2 bills were very common and remained in circulation until they were replaced by toonies ($2 coins). We dropped the penny a few years ago, and there is talk of replacing the $5 bill with a coin.
So far as I am aware, it's used in many countries. It's used in cases where you have undergone some sort of serious treatment which kills all the normal bacterial in your digestive system. If you just let the bacterial grow back randomly, you run the risk of dangerous bacteria happening to get a head start by chance and taking over before the normal benign bacterial can get a foothold. So what they do is to insert some bacteria from a healthy person to give the "right sort" of bacteria a head start. It's also used to treat certain chronic gut diseases which are caused by the "wrong" sort of bacterial having taken over.Maybe this also happens in other parts of the world, but WTF!
'In a bulletin that will make many people do a double-take, the Food and Drug Administration just issued a very serious warning for individuals considering a controversial treatment where one individual’s poop is transplanted into another. Yes, poop transplants are a real thing, and they’ve actually proven to be incredibly beneficial for certain people suffering from a variety of ailments related to their intestines. However, the FDA warning emphasizes caution due to a recent case where two individuals receiving the fecal transplants became seriously ill, with one of the recipients actually dying as a result.'
Poop transplant claims one life, prompts FDA warning