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your last purchase

Discussion in 'Singles (Only*)' started by trentlogain2, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. trentlogain2

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    i can't find the old thread to this so i made a new one.

    what's your last buy?

    mine was a hebrew-greek study Bible.
     
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  2. redeemedbygrace24

    redeemedbygrace24 Well-Known Member

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    Chili, chicken nuggets, and a chocolate milk from Wendys :)
     
  3. Nom De Guerre

    Nom De Guerre Who amongst you doesn't see life as permanent?

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    Bought a Columbia jacket and a Ralph Lauren sweater.
     
  4. Strider1002

    Strider1002 For when I am weak, then I am strong.

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    Raw milk :thumbsup:
     
  5. Jupiter Drops

    Jupiter Drops be like a flower and turn your face to the sun

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    I can't remember exactly. I think it was the blouse or coffee.
     
  6. Miss Spaulding

    Miss Spaulding Virtus semper viridis

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    Cool. I don't drink milk at all, so I never have any reason to buy it. My sister buys milk though because her husband likes it, but she buys local raw milk for him. Are you apart of a co-op or something?

    A coffee from Dunkin' Donuts was my last purchase.
     
    Last edited: Jan 23, 2013
  7. TheUnforeseen

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    Apples
     
  8. Strider1002

    Strider1002 For when I am weak, then I am strong.

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    No, I just get it when I can. The closest place is 30 miles away, but it's worth it.
     
  9. Miss Spaulding

    Miss Spaulding Virtus semper viridis

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    I bet it is. :) If I did drink it, I'd definitely go with raw.
     
  10. TheUnforeseen

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    Do you drink Soy milk?
     
  11. crishmael

    crishmael nothing but the rain

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    A bible and Luther's Small Catechism.
     
  12. Miss Spaulding

    Miss Spaulding Virtus semper viridis

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    No, I don't any type of milk. I may use almond milk in certain things, but that's it. Anyway, soy milk isn't very good for you (well, it's from the U.S. that's genetically modified soy anyway). I'm assuming y'all don't have GMO foods in New Zealand...?
     
  13. jaapottery

    jaapottery ~Graphed in the vine~

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    I have friends who have a dairy farm, so I can get it straight from the cow when I want to drive over there. It's only about 15 miles, but I don't drink a lot of milk, so no biggie.

    Last thing I bought was diet pepsi and a breakfast burrito.
     
  14. TheUnforeseen

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    I haven't looked into it too much TBH, but one article says 'The major brands of soy milk available in New Zealand are manufactured from GM-free soya beans grown in Australia or the USA.'

    and our ministry says -

    Some foods sold in New Zealand may contain genetically modified (GM) DNA or protein. Foods derived from Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) can be sold here only if the GMO has been assessed for safety by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) and approved by the Australia New Zealand Food Regulation Ministerial Council (ANZFRMC).

    GM foods sold in New Zealand must be labelled ‘genetically modified’ if they contain DNA or protein from a GM source or they have altered characteristics compared to their non-GM counterpart (such as a changed fatty acid profile).

    I'm very much against GMO myself, I don't think I've come across any GMO products as yet, but I guess we do have them here.
     
  15. MehGuy

    MehGuy A member of the less neotenous sex.. Supporter

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    The last thing I bought? An energy drink. Something that isn't consumable related? A car.
     
  16. Miss Spaulding

    Miss Spaulding Virtus semper viridis

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    Anywhere where this GMO foods, the food must be labeled as GMO. That's what I believe. People have a right to know what is in their food and whatnot. Over here everything just about is genetically modified and it's terrible for you. :-/ Almost everything I eat is organic and free of MSG.

    If I were you, I would make a point at not eating anything that's GMO, especially if it says it's from the U.S. ...No matter who 'approves' it, it's not good for you.
     
  17. Boopie

    Boopie Don't Worry, Be Happy :)

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  18. Toro

    Toro Oh, Hello!

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    I bought a few things but I cant say what on here. If I did it would ruin the surprise. :sput:
     
  19. Going Merry

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    i bought a drink for my dad
     
  20. MacFall

    MacFall Agorist

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    If you mean only consumer goods - A Memory of Light (last volume of the Wheel of Time series).
     
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