This isn't really a small thing. Passion 2012, hand for justice and 27,000 white flags to represent the 27 Million in slavery, in the by beverley
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beverley This isn't really a small thing. Passion 2012, hand for justice and 27,000 white flags to represent the 27 Million in slavery, in the
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Freedom Sculpture- Atlanta  Passion 2012 (Slavery still exists. 27 million are bound in slavery today which is more than any other time in history). by leila
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leila Freedom Sculpture- Atlanta Passion 2012 (Slavery still exists. 27 million are bound in slavery today which is more than any other time in history).
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This oversized top features a script reading "A real girl isn't perfect, a perfect girl isn't real -Barbie™".. Officially licensed product Short sleeves 100% Rayon 27" full length, 49" chest, 49" waist, 7" sleeve length Measured from Small Hand wash cold Imported £11.50 by Forever 21
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Forever 21 This oversized top features a script reading "A real girl isn't perfect, a perfect girl isn't real -Barbie™".. Officially licensed product Short sleeves 100% Rayon 27" full length, 49" chest, 49" waist, 7" sleeve length Measured from Small Hand wash cold Imported £11.50
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Animal Rights is now the greatest Social Justice issue since the abolition of slavery. There are over 600 million vegetarians in the world. That is bigger than the US, England, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Canada, Australia combined! If we were one nation we would be bigger than the 27 countries in the European Union!! Despite this massive footprint, we are still drowned out by the raucous huntin’, shootin’, killin’ cartels who believe that violence is the answer Phillip Wollen by maricela
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maricela Animal Rights is now the greatest Social Justice issue since the abolition of slavery. There are over 600 million vegetarians in the world. That is bigger than the US, England, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Canada, Australia combined! If we were one nation we would be bigger than the 27 countries in the European Union!! Despite this massive footprint, we are still drowned out by the raucous huntin’, shootin’, killin’ cartels who believe that violence is the answer Phillip Wollen
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Every kid from the 70’s tried their hand at Magic Rocks. And then they’d keep them until the water got really murky and the formations would turn white. Toughest thing in the world, to separate a kid from his Magic Rock structures. by lindsay0
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lindsay0 Every kid from the 70’s tried their hand at Magic Rocks. And then they’d keep them until the water got really murky and the formations would turn white. Toughest thing in the world, to separate a kid from his Magic Rock structures.
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Take classic and rip it to shreds in these must-have shorts.  Featuring classic fit with front shredded detail and five pocket styling.  Button and zip closure. . Cotton. 27''''/68.5cm waist. 12''''/30.5cm length. Model is wearing size small. Measurements taken from size small. Hand wash cold. Imported White Lightning Cutoff Shorts WHITE L $62.00 by NastyGal
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NastyGal Take classic and rip it to shreds in these must-have shorts. Featuring classic fit with front shredded detail and five pocket styling. Button and zip closure. . Cotton. 27''''/68.5cm waist. 12''''/30.5cm length. Model is wearing size small. Measurements taken from size small. Hand wash cold. Imported White Lightning Cutoff Shorts WHITE L $62.00
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OK... sprayed some no-stick spray on the baking pan you see in the picture. Browned a pound of ground beef with 1/2 diced onion and some chopped green onions. Drained it. Added about a cup of water and a packet of Taco Bell taco seasoning mix. Got a 27 oz can of "El Mexicano Chili for Rellenos" and drained them, rinsed them, pulled them into small strips with my fingers. (Fresh Poblano peppers would probably make this even better). Combined 4 eggs, 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour, salt, pepper, fat-free milk (would have used whole milk but we had fat-free milk on hand) in a separate dish and whisked that all together. Added a small can of green chilis to that flour/milk mix along with another 1/2 diced raw onion and a little more chopped up raw green onion. Put a layer of chilis on the bottom of the baking pan shown in the picture. Ladel some of the egg/milk/onions mixture on top. Add a layer of shredded cheddar cheese and "mexican blend shredded cheese". Now add another layer of the chilis... another layer of egg/milk/onions stuff, another layer of shredded cheeses. I made a total of 3 layers like this. Baked at 350 for about 45 minutes, then added a small can of sliced black olives and put it on a high broil for 4-5 minutes. Let it sit 20 minutes or so and serve it up. We topped it with sour cream and some homemade poblano/jalapeno hot sauce I'd made last weekend.  Oh yeah... of course I spooned in some of the seasoned/browned ground beef on each of the 3 layers, too... heh heh... kind of an important part of the recipe.  One other thing...  I also tore up two large flour tortillas into bite-sized pieces and added those in to the dish as I was building up the layers. by dollie
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dollie OK... sprayed some no-stick spray on the baking pan you see in the picture. Browned a pound of ground beef with 1/2 diced onion and some chopped green onions. Drained it. Added about a cup of water and a packet of Taco Bell taco seasoning mix. Got a 27 oz can of "El Mexicano Chili for Rellenos" and drained them, rinsed them, pulled them into small strips with my fingers. (Fresh Poblano peppers would probably make this even better). Combined 4 eggs, 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour, salt, pepper, fat-free milk (would have used whole milk but we had fat-free milk on hand) in a separate dish and whisked that all together. Added a small can of green chilis to that flour/milk mix along with another 1/2 diced raw onion and a little more chopped up raw green onion. Put a layer of chilis on the bottom of the baking pan shown in the picture. Ladel some of the egg/milk/onions mixture on top. Add a layer of shredded cheddar cheese and "mexican blend shredded cheese". Now add another layer of the chilis... another layer of egg/milk/onions stuff, another layer of shredded cheeses. I made a total of 3 layers like this. Baked at 350 for about 45 minutes, then added a small can of sliced black olives and put it on a high broil for 4-5 minutes. Let it sit 20 minutes or so and serve it up. We topped it with sour cream and some homemade poblano/jalapeno hot sauce I'd made last weekend. Oh yeah... of course I spooned in some of the seasoned/browned ground beef on each of the 3 layers, too... heh heh... kind of an important part of the recipe. One other thing... I also tore up two large flour tortillas into bite-sized pieces and added those in to the dish as I was building up the layers.
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