It’s pretty funny though. I took the bowling aspect of this movie and ran with it for the baby shower. I even went to the local bowling alley in my town and asked if I could buy a bowling pin. They didn’t have one for sale, BUT they gave me a used one for FREE! I just repainted it and had everyone write a little message to the little Bean. I forgot to get a pic of the signed pin! I wanted a relaxed environment, where guests could mingle, craft, and play games, but didn’t have to if they didn’t want to. Wii bowling. This was especially fun for and with the 4 year old little girl who came to the shower. Onesie Making. This was AWESOME! A lot of people who came were graphic designers or had some craftiness to them so that helped with the success, but one thing I made sure to do was to bring lots of iron-ons. All guests could feel successful and decorate easily with iron-ons. Painting was just an extra option.

Lots of iron-ons and steam a seam! That stuff is awesome! I love this little Viking! Iron- on that Melissa painted in using fabric pens! Bowling Alley Food. This consisted of Frito Pie, cheese and crackers, cupcakes decorated with bowling theme, chocolate covered pretzels, and little pizzas made on pita bread. Sorry I forgot to take pics of all the food. The little trophy was filled with nerds and had Champ written on it. Loved the fun straws! Just plopped them into a little paper popcorn holder with permanent markers so everyone could write their names on the cups. The pins were wood shapes I found at Hobby Lobby. I just painted them white (except the part that touched the food) and used a red permanent marker to make the stripes. A gobstopper is the bowling ball. Anyway, I was able to buy all the fabric (1/2 yards was PLENTY), iron-ons, paint, onesies, and all the onesie making stuff at Hobby Lobby, along with the carnival looking decorations. It was the closest thing I could find to a bowling alley. By the end of the shower, Marcie not only had a ton of gifts, by 10 new onesies, all hand crafted especially for Bean. Used Create a Monster Iron on but cut the green body to make a tic-tac-toe board. Hand drawn and colored in with fabric markers. Little Viking hat that went with the onesie! The winner was the black onesie with the tic-tac-toe board. It was an awesome shower! If you are wondering what to do, I definitely recommend doing this! Iron-on is the way to go for sure!

3. Under Currently Attached Files: is a link to your file. For the Lab Report (not the Analysis), are the last four characters .doc? Any file with .xls or .dot or anything else other than .doc are not valid lab report submissions and will be deleted. 4. Click on the link and Open it. 5. Word should open through your browser and your file should appear. Can you open the file? Can you read it? 6. If not, fix the file on your computer if necessary and try Saving again. Repeat the above process from Step 7b until you have a valid, readable file on Blackboard. Remove all extraneous files. There should only be one Currently Attached File, the one you are satisfied with. 9. Submit the Lab Report. 1. If you are absolutely sure that the file is readable and in the correct format, now is the time to click the Submit button.

Regardless, the hysteria about it was absurd. Not even do large snakes go after people in the Everglades where they have large populations. Anaconda deaths haven’t been reported in their native range as well. That is an interesting point about the ban however. Conveniently, the report was also around the time that the FWS was taking comments in consideration for adding 5 other snakes to the Lacey Act, including Boa constrictors and green anacondas. HSUS was strongly campaigning around this time, even having a press release about this “loose anaconda,” so I wouldn’t be surprised if their cretin followers were the direct source of this B.S. What a shame Dr.Mark. These stories remind me of our news “service” here in Brazil. Every time a dog bites someone, it is a Pitbull. The last time I heard a report they showed the dog loose in the yard, waiting for animal control. He was a Boxer/Rottweiler/Lab vira lata (mutt), and nary a drop of Pitbull blood. Just like the “boa constrictor” in the Walmart bag. They lie just to impress their gullible viewers.

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