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There is no way its still soft and fresh, those bags arent even air tight.No mold is possible, but unlikely. If a loaf of bread sits more then a week and half at my house it will mold in the summer of dry out in the winter. Sounds like a good urban myth though.
Originally posted by ScaryWorld
reply to post by spoonbender
Ignorance is the only thing stopping you from believing the truth, do research for at least 1 day and you'll be convinced, wish you luck my confused and troll'd brothern.edit on 14-2-2012 by ScaryWorld because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by Benevolent Heretic
Aaaaa, public schools are fine. The problem is with uninvolved parents. I don't rely on the public school to do everything a parent should do, but the school is still a great place for a basic education, and some social skills, and some camaraderie with classmates.
People that hate public schools, usually have unrealistic expectations of the school. The school educates everyone to the average ability.
Originally posted by gconran
reply to post by ka119
And don't get me wrong - it's not that meat by itself is a poison, but it has little value that you can't easily get from other areas. Go ahead and eat some meat if you want. But keep it low. 5% or less of your diet max. And frankly other things like dairy, wheat, refined salt and sugars, and chemicals are just as nasty (and prevalent in meat too by the way).
Originally posted by EmceeTrick
reply to post by dogstar23
What does your post have to do with the actually OP?
Originally posted by nixie_nox
reply to post by My.mind.is.mine
You have to fill out extensive medical forms when you send your child to school, that is filled out by both pediatricians and the parents. The school is aware of all allergies, diseases and medications. If the agent did not check beforehand, then shame on them.
undermining their parental authority