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DDX Project thanked Gator Blu's answer

The part of the Bible that is "clear" is Leviticus. It is also the part of the Bible that also tells you not to mix your fibers or grains. So If you want to go with it, empty you closet of all the cotton/polyester clothes you have, and throw out the multigrain bread you have.  … Read more

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DDX Project answered Roy Roy's question

Variety.

Rich, poor, middle class.

Asian, Black, Brown, White, Olive, Blue

Pho, Adobo, Enchilada, Gyro, Curry, Pad Thai, Country Fried Steak, Tempura, Peking Duck, Rouladen, Chicken Pot Pie, Collard Greens, Dim Sum, Poke Salad, Quesadillas, Udon, Ramen, Lo Mein, Souvlaki, Naan Bread, Pita, Chile Relleno, Tempura, Fish'n Chips, Mimosa,

Apple, Intel, Ebay, Facebook, Twitter, HP, TESLA

Stanford, Cal Poly, … Read more

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DDX Project answered Goranko Knin's question

Neither to be honest. Facebook used to be great in the early beginnings. Now it's just for old people sharing and posting religious and political nonsense. But it still works great as an address book.

Tumblr was fun and exciting. But the community is now made up of mostly HAES activist. They even … Read more

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DDX Project answered Danae Hitch's question

Depends on how long the program is and how much it costs. Then you have to consider if the time and effort is really worth the $16 an hour? From your other comments I would say it's a good idea if the program is short and cheap. Since attending university later in life isn't a … Read more

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DDX Project answered echooos echooos' question

I make it as I go along. My latest was to have actual Kobe beef in Kobe, Japan. For a week my family ate nothing but Kobe Beef at any restaurant we could find. From lower grade 20 dollar Kobe to 300 dollar Kobe. At hole in the wall pubs to super amazing Ryokans. There … Read more