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Posted on Monday, May 30, 2011 - 3:49 pm:   

Sweet and delicious when ordered from the original bakeries. Wish I had the recipie. Is it in the book? Was not the same from the 42nd Street Automat.
Posted on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - 6:30 pm:   

I think looking for a house-share aenmrgearnt is a good idea. Actually, if you can find an older person who may need some transportation or other light help, you may be able to arrange very cheap room and board.
Posted on Sunday, July 08, 2012 - 6:08 pm:   

Hi Barbara,a0Unfortunately you are not alone in this mistake. Never fear tughoh, it is fixable, however you can only make one more change to your username so ensure you are very careful this time.a0To change your username to an appropriate one for your personal account so your business name can be used for your business page the process is nice and simple.Make sure you are logged in with your account and you are using it as your account not your pageUnder the accounts dropdown in the top right hand corner click on the Account Settings optionOn the first tab Settings in the My Account page you should find the details of your personal account, the second item down will be your Username.Click Change on the right hand side (shown above your current incorrect username)Change the username to one that is suitable for your personal account and check the availability and save your changesa0You should now be able to change over to use facebook as your page and claim your page's username/ alias.+29
Posted on Tuesday, August 07, 2012 - 12:35 am:   

I use COALESCE quite a lot in my applications, and I would romecmend everybody else to as well. It's a quick function, that would become quite messy if left up to your PHP/ASP applications to sort.
Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 - 6:28 am:   

It is always a mitsake to decide what you're going to do or who you're going to associate with before you decide who you're going to be. -Andy StanleyThirteen years ago (march 4th) I made that decision and surrendered my life Jesus. It was only in 2007, my senior year of high school that I heard Him calling me to pursue music. I discovered a passion for music (especially guitar) and my voice. Most importantly I'm realizing that the joy i receive when I worship doesn't come from hitting all the notes, wearing out my acoustic, or all the energy of a worshipping congregation- it's simply from God because I'm glorifying His Name- and that's my purpose. I have very little songwriting experience. I have friends who've written songs that they've brought to me (why?) to help polish and I loved working and creating new music. That's about it. But I'm convinced it is a new art that I must embrace as I continue to carve out a career of music.I'm thrilled to be back in Nashville (2 yrs @ Belmont) and very much looking forward to meeting and learning with you on the 22nd! Ps. 33:3
Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 - 1:12 pm:   

I love to praise Him, I sing in the claasicsl genre and African American idioms. I have a BA. in music and currently a grad. student in Arts and Humanities @ CSUDH while studying audio engineering and commercial music @ El Camino Compton Center at the same time. My goal is to be a singer/songwriter, producer, artist, engineer. God has blessed me with many talents and I have found that as a become a better steward of my talents and increase my knowledge. He increases them with His divine favor. I discovered the worship leaders magazine during a songwriter class last fall semester. I have been reading it since then. I enjoy songwriting and want to become a better songwriter and produce beautiful music for the world to sing and praise my savior Jesus Christ I look forward to inspirational collaboration with my brother and sisters in the Lord Be blessed until then. Ashay
Posted on Wednesday, March 06, 2013 - 5:45 am:   

Action reuqiers knowledge, and now I can act!

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