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Is it just me, or does this sound like an idea Kramer from Seinfeld would have came up with.
At Cereality, customers choose from their favorite brands and toppings. Pajama-clad Cereologists™ fill the orders. And customers choose and add their own milk, just the way they like it.
When you finish your selection, go to the bottom of the page and click the “Generate List of Drinks” button. The Webtender will then generate a list of all drinks possible to make from your selection of ingredients. If you click “Pick Random”, one of the drinks you can make will be selected for you.
You can also set how accurate the match should be. The accuracy is measured in number of ingredients you miss to make a drink.
These are great. You can browse through and view hundreds of movies (in RealMedia, MPEG, and Quick Time) made by Edison’s company using his kinetograph. There are summaries and notes for each title.
How elaborate. I don’t really care too much what happens to my body after I die. You could kick me around in the street like Mussolini for all i care however I would prefer cremation.
Summum’s in depth research, experience, and knowledge in realms of both science and esoterica has resulted in Modern Mummification: a synthesis of medical technology, modern chemistry, and magnificent art. Still, the Summum process of Mummification includes traditional wrappings in fine cloth (embroidered, representing your personal philosophy or religion).
Oh man, I have heard of Turkish Star Wars but I haven’t seen it until now. IFILM has a few clips of it and I have to say it doesn’t disappoint. The movie isn’t really a remake of Star Wars but uses a lot of footage from it. It also has music from Battlestar Galactica, Star Wars and for some reason Raiders of the Lost Ark. (Hey at that point why not throw in the music from Jaws too.) How bad is the movie? Think of a less-talented Ed Wood directing it.
A good debate going on at the Starbucks Gossip blog about whether or not you should tip while ordering your drink. For the record, I would place Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts in the same category as fast food. Last time I checked, nobody was tipping the person behind the counter of Burger King so why is Starbucks different?