The bottle is then riddled, so that the lees settles in the neck of the wine bottle...
Manual riddling is still done for Prestige Cuvées in Champagne... mechanised riddling equipment (a gyropalette) is used instead.
Apparently my name alone frightens potential commenters.
"Good fat" is an interessting concept especially as it means coconut oil.
I have no idea why editors seek the opinions of Ms Elder-Holmes when they need some fluff to fill the space between the advertisements. I'm pretty sure that it's not because readers are besieging them with phone-calls and petitions demanding More Elder-Holmes Opinions.Convenience, perhaps. Also in the paper was the news that an occasional Riddled correspondent from a few years ago has received a restraining order for conduct unbecoming to a blogger:http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/8801239/Biting-blog-given-last-post-using-stalker-law
I saw that restraining order and said Hmmmm a bit. And didn't comment at all.
So amphetamine use is not enough? I have to be busted for it?
Sorry, Mr McGravitas. I don't make the rules. For NZ media to take interest, you also need the proper Redemption Narrative about how you overcame your addiction.For some reason P became identified among NZ journalists as a middle-class drug, and the illustrations for P-related stories were invariably photos of nice white well-off girls whose lives had been destroyed. So unlike other drugs, P users were victims of a medical problem rather than bad people. It was all the fault of the dealers (dark-skinned members of the criminal class). Was it the same internationally?
Ya got trouble with P...~
Was it the same internationally? I think here you deserve your fate. Recovered addicts...can't think of one. Ford count yet?
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