And, as of late last night, it’s looking like the pickle has trounced the wildly successful hard rock band.Started as a bit of a lark by Facebook member Coral Anne on February 3, the Facebook group entitled, “Can this pickle get more fans than Nickelback?” has become a hit of How You Remind Me proportions, picking up unexpected momentum in the last three weeks, until the plucky little dill finally surpassed Chad Kroeger and co. Late yesterday. At last count, the pickle has more supporters (1,489,737) than the Nickelback fan page (1,422,984 members strong) has acquired in its existence on the popular social networking site.No word yet on what the band thinks of the online upset, but the founder of the pickle inspired Facebook fan group has weighed in on the outcome, taking pains to say the page was always meant to be funny and her intent “was pro pickle, more than anti Nickelback.”FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting.
Cargo Ship: One guy provide cover fire while the other storm the ship. Keep climbing stairs until you get to the spot in the second picture. Run along the top of the containers and shoot the guard and Lock. Young fans have kept the movie No. 1 in ticket sales for a third week, but critics offered the first instalment mixed reviews, with many noting that Ross’ take lacked the fire and potential of the books. Who should step in to tackle the post apocalyptic world of Katniss Everdeen and Panem? Continue reading this postFILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting.
Vinyl Toilet Paper?Most people don’t think twice about their toilet paper, yet here I am writing a Hub about it. I guess I’m not most people. The thought about it came after my visiting daughter yelled from the bathroom “Mom!! Where did you get this vinyl toilet paper” I hollered back “It’s the new reusable kind, just rinse and let it hang to dry.” She was apparently taken aback by that comment because it took her a few beats to scream back “WHAT!!!” Ok, so I let her off the hook as I replied, “Well I did notice it had a plastic feel, but isn’t vinyl taking it a bit far?” Heck, I didn’t even know she knew what vinyl was, I thought that went out with the advent of CD’s..
A lot of resellers are into the quick dime, buy low, sell low, sell fast. I try to personally avoid that and refuse to undercut myself just because something is sitting. From what I read off /r/flipping, clothing resale can be a long game and I try to keep that in mind.