It’s like an iPhone in the form of a streetlight.
The “Pizza-Size Burger,”
Billy’s Beer and Wine sold exactly $47 worth of lottery tickets the day before Marjorie Selbee arrived, just another sleepy day for the liquor store in this tiny Western Massachusetts town.
The sandwiches go for between $5 to $7 depending on the type of cheese and bread or the addition of extras like bacon or jalapeños.
Nguyen’s solution: Mini decks of playing cards called “PartyPal drinktags.” Guests get a tiny plastic card/tag – say, a jack of hearts – and adhere it to their drink container.
A home like Ed’s is an anomaly.
Does anyone know what company this is?
I founded Tyz Scarves in Dec 2010.
Self-publishing these days is increasingly a tale of two cities.
As hard copy books go the way of the typewriter, that novelty value may be all they have left.