One of the most entertaining things I saw in the New York Times this summer went to the heart of the most perplexing issue in the ongoing “Why?” debate: We don’t understand how the nervous system of the brain is involved in the formation of mouth. So how does the brain make a nose? Why doesn’t it do it first? Is there a difference between “nose” and “breath”, or even “voice”? This paper makes the distinction clear.
You can see a video of this paper here.
As of this week, we’re only one day into the new week and I have already heard from a few people who have taken advantage of this new deal and we are extremely happy that this is happening and that we are able to offer free shipping (and it is in time for the holidays!) This is a great way to save and I am especially excited to be able to offer this as a gift.
But since this offer has started up on Friday night, I thought some of you might like to know a little bit about the history of this offer. Well, for those of you who don’t know, the offer started in July, when J.Crew began offering all their items at $15.00 which I believe was the first time that that is how much it typically costs from the point of purchase. It wasn’t until October when they changed that to $20.00, and that price point is still available even now.
It was also at this time that we heard about the amazing offer from the very generous folks at Red Robin that was going to be available until the end of the month when their own deal, “Red Rooster” was going to end. To make things even better, on Oct 27 they put a $5.00 off discount code in the checkout window for everything on their site. And if you want to get your hands on a box of those Red Rooster items, you should be able to take advantage of this deal by just entering the code “15” while checking out. So, for those of you that are looking forward to this for a long time to come, this is a great time to take advantage of this new deal, especially if you are new to J.Crew or Red Robin.
Again, this offer is available through both J.Crew and Red Robin.
“This is the most beautiful house I’ve ever seen,” said Dr. Edward H. Crespo, the state’s environmental protection commissioner. It was Nov
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