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  1. #166
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnottedYet
    Drifting! Drift alert!


    Now that Nike owns Converse,

    End of Drift. Thank you for your patience.
    WHAT???? NIKE OWNS CONVERSE????? Isn't that like nestle's buying out Hershey's ???
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    Could be worse mimi - like Nestle buying out Scharffen Berger, or Valrhona (sp?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by snapdragen
    Could be worse mimi - like Nestle buying out Scharffen Berger, or Valrhona (sp?)
    The Hershey company:

    In August 2005, the Company announced that it had acquired the assets of Joseph Schmidt Confections, Inc., a chocolate maker located in San Francisco, California. In August 2005, the Company completed the previously announced acquisition of Scharffen Berger Chocolate Maker, Inc., based in San Francisco, California.
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    i am laughing so hard at where this thread (drift) has gone. good morning entertainment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickwhorips
    i am laughing so hard at where this thread (drift) has gone. good morning entertainment.
    tell me what's more important than chocolate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mimitabby
    tell me what's more important than chocolate!
    uhhh.... ummmm.... oh e oh ah ah ching chang whatta whatta bing bang... oh sorry got caught up in the moment.

    to answer your question: NOTHING!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck on Wheels
    I too have some name variations to deal with, but they didn't seem to look too closely. Are you sure you couldn't get one doctor to write you a "prescription" to cover all your meds for travel purposes? Maybe your GP?
    I might be able to do that though the insurance company won't cover it since it's still considered a maintenance medication and isn't new. :/ All other maintenance meds I have to do via mail order. Very annoying.

    Quote Originally Posted by Duck on Wheels
    Also, I mixed various meds into one (prescription) bottle. ... This too did not create a problem: Prescription bottle. Name matches ticket. Nobody checked whether contents matched label. Hmmmm. Maybe not so secure after all.
    I typically do this too on a trip. I have so many spare medicine bottles just lying around (I re-use them to hold things like buttons, screws, etc) that when I travel I typically put a days worth of medication in the little bottles and then I know 8 bottles, 8 days of meds.

    It seems kind of silly that they don't check that the medication itself matches though, but really I am not complaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimitabby
    tell me what's more important than chocolate!

    chocolate peanut butter!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caligurl

    chocolate peanut butter!!!!!!!!!!!
    hey gurl, you and me, we're going to get along fine. You can have all the chocolates with the peanut butter, and I'll eat all the plain ones.
    especially the Valhrona and the Schwartzneberger and the Lindt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mimitabby
    hey gurl, you and me, we're going to get along fine. You can have all the chocolates with the peanut butter, and I'll eat all the plain ones.
    especially the Valhrona and the Schwartzneberger and the Lindt.
    sound like a plan!!!!!!! yummy!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimitabby
    The Hershey company:

    In August 2005, the Company announced that it had acquired the assets of Joseph Schmidt Confections, Inc., a chocolate maker located in San Francisco, California. In August 2005, the Company completed the previously announced acquisition of Scharffen Berger Chocolate Maker, Inc., based in San Francisco, California.
    Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgh!

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    Schwartzneberger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caligurl

    chocolate peanut butter!!!!!!!!!!!

    mmmm..... nutty bars
    (you can't buy them online either, i know i've looked)
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    Yum, thread drift...


 

 

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