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A Sweet So Sour: Kool-Aid Dills [New York Times]
Kool-Aid pickles violate tradition, maybe even propriety. Depending on your palate and perspective, they are either the worst thing to happen to pickles since plastic brining barrels or a brave new taste sensation to be celebrated.

Sesame Street – Pinball Number Count [Instructables]
This instructable will outline the construction of a customized clock. Whilst this is specifically the construction of the clock featured on Sesame Street; the Pinball Number Counting animation, the general procedures are the same and the instructions are as generic as possible

According to the pilots association, the airlines’ management continues to gut pilot’s health insurance and pension plans, while it increases the compensation packages for the executive leaders who led the company into bankruptcy in 2002.

US Airways Pilots Doubt Management’s Ability to Sustain Successful Airline [PR Newswire]
“We’ve experienced more than our fair share of pain during our industry’s economic downturn while management was given carte blanche by the federal government to severely limit our pay, benefits, work rules and overall quality of lives while reaping the rewards of our sacrifices,” said Captain John McIlvenna, America West MEC Chairman.

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  1. CapnMarrrrk says:

    On Kool Aid Pickles: Jesus Christ, can we modify more things to stick in gobs? Pickles are supposed to be sour, not sweet, anyone who tells you different is retarded.

    It’s a blasphemy, I just can’t cope.

  2. MentalDisconnect says:

    Their are some sweet pickles… They are what relish is made out of, probably. I like sweet pickles, but I’m thinking Kool-Aid might be taking it too far.