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“I grew up with these products along with others I did not include, I never thought any of these products as racial or offensive I simply just thought of them as food”  What the hell people find something worth bitching about

Time for a Change

This year’s massive protests over racism and police brutality have led to a wave of rebranding from people, products, and companies that want to make sure they’re on the right side of history. These sudden image changes are nothing new, however — rebranding is a time-honored way to keep up with changing consumer tastes or recover from public relations nightmares like corporate scandals. Here are some of the most notable transformations

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Does Ketchup Need to Be Refrigerated?

Posted: July 30, 2020 in General
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katsupIt’s a debate as old as, well, ketchup. Those who keep their ketchup at room temp have likely never gotten sick from doing so and argue that restaurants leave communal ketchup bottles out on tables for hours. Those who keep theirs cold may refer to the instructions on the bottle itself, or even Heinz’s FAQ section, which reads: “Because of its natural acidity, Heinz Ketchup is shelf-stable. However, its stability after opening can be affected by storage conditions. I recommend that this product be refrigerated after opening.”

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chickenwingsChicken wings are not a dish you make at home for one. The presence of chicken wings means there’s a family gathering, football game, or neighborhood cookout. The smell of chicken wings is a sign that good times are ahead. When you order chicken wings in a restaurant, they’re simply accompanied by carrots and celery. But what do you serve with chicken wings when you’re hosting at home? I’ve got your back.

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drinks_in_futureWhen you order a vodka sprite or gin and tonic, you probably expect it to come with a lime wedge. The same goes for a slice of a pineapple with a piña colada, cherries in a shirley temple and a lemon slice for water or a Diet Coke. Fruit garnishes are a part of drink culture, but after the coronavirus outbreak, establiments might opt to have them served upon request only, on the side or not at all.

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breakfastWhat do you usually like to eat for breakfast? There are many traditional breakfast foods, at least there are in the United States. We enjoy everything from pancakes and waffles, to quiche and fried egg sandwiches.

While there may be certain foods that are considered breakfast foods, are there certain foods that you would never consider eating for breakfast to the extent that you would actually be offended if you saw someone else eating it for breakfast?

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My version of creative face mask and inspiring coronavirus street art


0330151731aBefore I start this article let me first show you what was living in my back yard in south east Texas, not albino because the eyes was not red. This squirrel came every day to get acorns on the ground so I know it lived near by. I would go out back each day just to check on the little squirrel because there was many stray cats that would get in my yard to hunt lizards, the little squirrel I suppose is still living there even though I sold the property last year.

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basket1Are you excited to start gardening this spring? We can’t wait! With more time spent at home, we’re looking forward to stepping up our gardening game by working on some new projects. Whether you’re brand new to the gardening world or have been a pro for years, we’ve got you covered with gardening ideas that will make your beds bloom.

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Does one really know more than the other?

echovsgooglehomeminiThese days, just about every smart home gadget works with Google Assistant or Amazon’s Alexa. And, for the most part, Google Assistant and Alexa can do many of the same things—like give you the weather forecast, play music, read the news, and so much more.

But, when you compare Alexa and Google Assistant head to head, which intelligent personal assistant is smarter? We took a deep dive into the nitty-gritty of both Alexa and Google Assistant to find out which smart assistant knows—and can do—more.

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writingHandwriting is quickly becoming a dying art. Few businesses can run nowadays without computers. Most college students type virtually everything, to the point where the phrase "writing a paper" is basically obsolete in the literal sense. Elementary and high schools across the country now view typing courses as essential to their curricula, to say nothing for the fact that cursive writing is all but gone. But what are we losing as handwriting loses its significance in society?

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