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headed to Idaho for a jazz festival cant freaking wait
Alright so i picked up FF4 the other day and wow what an amazing game. i played the original snes version and enjoyed it but this dare i say was better. The game cheats making it a hole lot harder then it should be but non the less well put together. the voice acting fits all charters except Cecil who's voice is to "nice" despite what happens latter in the game.
Ugh so they decided a while ago that what ever company made rock band would make a second game and call it no surprise, Rock Band 2, well i have one thing to say to that Fuck You" the first one sucked the idea behind it is lousy i mean if you want to be in a band that covers other bands that are both god like and/or suck then join a real band write your own songs dont become mindless drones in front of a t.v. DO SOME THING WITH YOUR LIFE!!!(ironic that i am on the computer doing nothing as i say this)
Being a lawyer isnt what its cracked out to be a crap load of hard work and you have to refer to the judge as his highness and crap like that..Screw it I'm sticking to the RCMP
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The fear is that energy drinks dull the feeling of being drunk, but not the physical effects, making people more likely to drive while impaired or simply over-indulge, said Dr. Miriam Kaufman, a pediatrician specializing in adolescent health at Toronto's Sick Kids Hospital. "We see that as one of the really big issues."
There is also evidence that young people quaff energy drinks when they exercise and are dehydrated, even though the beverages are diuretics and could dehydrate them even more."
The recent Prince Edward Island debate has renewed questions about these products, which are designed specifically to deliver a potent dose of stimulants, and yet seem to be marketed to young people.
Schools in at least three Canadian provinces have issued warnings to parents about the beverages, while lawmakers in some U.S. states are pushing for the products to be prohibited. Denmark and France have already banned Red Bull. The Nova Scotia health minister intervened last year to stop Red Bull's distributors from giving away free cans outside a high school.