Just in case you ever wondered where they came from…
I haven’t shopped at a Walmart or Sam’s in nearly 8 years. I don’t feel like I’m missing anything but I still like to visit peopleofwalmart.com to laugh at the trash who still shop there. Does that make me feel superior? Absofuckinglutely.
Finally, someone else speaketh zeh trooth!
They call this the “ULTIMATE” collection of education resources…. they have obviously never visited LibrarianChick.com.
I WANT THESE!!
…OK. Maybe not.
From the page:
I have 3 mirrors that are “2 WAY”.
Yes you can see through them from the other side while the mirror side looks like a normal mirror.
The measurements are roughly 72″ X 20″ and they are about a ” thick. If you need exact measurements just ask, I have decided to sell these on a whim while I am sitting here at work wondering how I will make the rent this month.
These mirrors were salvaged from WESTERN HILLS HIGH SCHOOL VOCATIONAL CENTER, THE CHILD CARE SECTION, back in the summer of 2000. I had 4 of them but all I can say about the 4th is that the “SEVEN YEARS BAD LUCK” must be worse with these types or mirrors.
Blue Ball Canning Jars
L to the muthaflippin OL
From the page:
The app store model is a more immediate threat to internet freedom than breaches of net neutrality. That’s the opinion of Wikipedia chief Jimmy Wales.
According to Wales — who was quick to stress he was speaking in a purely personal capacity — set-ups such as the iTunes App Store can act as a “chokepoint that is very dangerous.” He said such it was time to ask if the model was “a threat to a diverse and open ecosystem” and made the argument that “we own [a] device, and we should control it.”
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If only raw veggies really could bring women so much joy… Oh wait.
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