Where can we find photos of the match?
Absolutely, bag of shredded sharp cheddar, couple of dollops of good mayonnaise like Duke's or Hellmann's. Some people put some sour cream or a little cream cheese. One jar of pimentos, Dromedary are best, because they are from Johnson City, TN. Pinch of garlic powder, couple shots of Worchestershire sauce, salt and black pepper to taste. That's it. Let sit in the refrigerator overnight or at least several hours.
Feel sorry for Fort Lauderdale Strikers, though it’s still a great match hope they can make up on their next figth with RailHawks. I just notice while watching their replay that there are repetitive errors that can be avoided if they only learn the 7 Secrets To Soccer Excellence (http://e1fit.com/recommendsSoccerWebinar/). If you want to be competitive you need to learn the 7 key mental, physical and nutritional strategies that you can use immediately and over time to catapult your performance.
"Caplan provides a depth of feeling that isn't always there," is what I've always noticed about her. I'm looking forward to seeing her playing lead or at least a strong supporting role in a big-budget drama. She's certainly a "future" star, but if only the future could come quicker. This seems like a throwaway role though.
Hold on. DPS has about 24,000 enrolled annually. About 350 drop out each year. And about 350 enter K every year "at risk," Durham has a solvable problem. Adding an extra grade, universal Pre K, has a good chance to eliminate the poverty gap, assuming the school system continues to pay attention to the at risk kids and their families thru to graduation, don't you think?
This should be a state run program funded by a tax on commercial breeders and purchases. It would solve the overpopulation problem.
1. Buying a dog or cat would cost more, so shelter adoptions would go up. Breeding would go down.
2. Free/low cost spay and neuter would cut the population, especially in rural areas.
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