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Old 08-07-2007, 11:41 PM   #51
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YES! That's the stuff! Where can I get one of those? I seriously want one! They're so kitsch they're cool.
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Old 08-07-2007, 11:46 PM   #52
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BT, where do you shop for your tea? I'm curious about the silver tips, what are they?
silver tips are the first new shoots of the (one, giant ) tea plant each growing season. they literally are a whitish silver, and contain far more of the good stuff that green tea is known for.

i buy my teas at harney and sons, Harney and Sons Fine Tea is Your Source for Green, Black, Oolong, White Teas, Herbals, and Tea Gifts , and teavana, Teavana - Home .

i've been lazy this summer, and instead of brewing my own, i've been buying bottled iced tea. i've been drinking about a gallon every 2 days of arizona diet green tea with ginseng and honey, both regular and decaf. it's too sweet for me, so i cut it about 70/30 to 60/40 with water.

alix, sometimes clean people suck. we've had battles in our office when someone tries to clean or straighten out someone else's stuff.
once, i was able to stop a guy from constantly cleaning up all of our work benches buy referring to him as our shop b!tch.
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