I drink a lot of coffee. I consume media. Nerdy things, picking up adults as if they were children, and desserts make me happy. I teach/taught/can teach just about everything available in high school. My favorite punctuation marks are ellipses and parenthesis. My favorite maths to do are linear systems and asymptotes.
Pleased to announce that I am the new writer/artist on Incredible Hulk. Here’s the first page of my first issue. I’ve quacked things up a notch as you can see. This will probably be the basis of the next big Marvel movie too.
well I’d buy 50 of each issue
"Tea Samples Violate US Law: 91% of the Celestial Seasonings’ teas we tested violated U.S. pesticide standards (CFR 40 section 180), meaning such teas are ‘adulterated’ under the FDCA and subject to
federal regulatory action. All violative samples contained traces
of known or possible human carcinogens."
While the report was produced by a short-seller who stands to profit by their negative review of parent-company Hain, the lab reports in Appendix I are disturbing and show that, of the 11 teas tested, only one had no known adulterations. There is no way to know at this time whether it was one or two ingredients that contain the adulterations, or if they are so widespread throughout Celestial Seasonings’ teas that it’s better to avoid the brand entirely. I’m certainly leaning toward the latter.