To be fair - you do need it when you are buying alcoholic beverages/tobacco at the grocery stores. But food generally - NOPE.
Also, in the U.S. - about 10 years ago, some cold and allergy non-prescription meds were moved off the shelf and you have to sign for them with the pharmacist because they contain pseudoephedrine - which is used to make crystal meth and speed. Drug dealers were buying huge quantities of them OTC and breaking them down to make those drugs.
1) Curry powder
2) Why not? They are both legends and they play one round of golf against only each other for $10 million? And they don't lose anything if they are second.
3) Tiger probably (when he was winning) made WAY more than $10 mil per year just in his Nike deal alone.
4) Phil Mickelson
Corn on the cob
Corn off the cob
I HATE CORN!!!!!!
I might have gotten into a debate about this at work this morning....
Hypothetical: You are attending a NBA game and it’s halftime. It’s announced that you win the opportunity to be in a contest. The announcer says you can have 25 shots from half court. If you make one basket, you get $25 million. If you miss all 25 shots, you get 25 years in prison with no early release. Once you attempt one shot, you have to try all 25 shots until you either make a basket or the end.
1) Soulmate (as long as the cats are well cared for)
2) better than him introducing you to his seven human children!
3) I just got a permanent full time position with benefits for first time in nearly ten years and as far as I am concerned is just as good or better than winning some lotto jackpot.
Which U.S. company is the next to mostly likely reach $1 trillion?