PINee Bag from SHINee

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2. Buy a PINee online. I set up shops that sell PINees (fanserviced and termarlene) after hearing that people want them and can’t find them. Other eBay sellers sell PINees, too. You can find and compare all the current eBay PINee listingshere. The prices vary, but they’re considerably more expensive than buying a PINee yourself in an H I answered the question of how I can justify charging so much more for eBay PINees than H does in great detailhere. It basically boils down to the financial risk of being stuck with a ton of pineapple bags, the selling fees, PayPal fees, cost of shipping supplies, cost of returns, time taken from the work day to send the packages, etc. The reason I’m selling PINees is not actually to make a profit for myself, but to hopefully earn the blog some money for giveaways.

3. Win a PINee. With the profit from the sale of my first set of PINees I have been able to fund a”Beach and Books” giveawaythat includes two PINees. I understand that not everyone can afford a PINee online or at H so this is a way of giving more people a chance of owning one. rolex watches The giveaway is happening on my Tumblr blog and ends on June 30th. [ended June 30th congrats to the winner!]

Pinecrest farmers market vendors unhappy with changes

The Pinecrest farmer market will operate under new management starting Nov. 3, and some vendors are concerned about the changes that will follow. and sells goods from handmade soaps and candles to organic dog food. It attracts about 2,000 people per week during the busiest season, from December through April.

The market is now switching hands from The Market Company Inc. (TMCI) to The Green Market Co op, a non profit organization created by Gigi Gimenez and Susan Muci, who have been vendors at the market for the past two years.

The co op is requiring that all vendors have insurance, use biodegradable bags, pay booth rent in advance and use a shuttle bus to travel from the parking lot at Pinecrest Elementary School, 10250 SW 57th Ave., to Pinecrest Gardens, 11000 S. Red Rd.

started very reasonable, now it ridiculous, said Floyd Camp of Flip Country Kettle Corn, who has been a vendor at Pinecrest for four years. price gouging everybody. feud can be traced to the city decision in 2012 to raise the rent it charged to TMCI from $1,000 to $1,400 per week. The village says it raised the rent because the number of vendors had grown from the 40 allowed under the contract to 65. But the company passed the village rent increase to vendors, who compl rolex watches ained to the village. The Village Council responded by seeking a new management company.

The co op agreed to pay the higher rent and to lower the vendors rent.

While TMCI charged $80 to $100, the co op is charging $60 in November, $75 in December through April and $45 in May through October. They also said produce vendors will be charged only $25 year round.

But the co op generated new complaints from vendors. For one thing, the new organization was short on cash and asked vendors to pay their rent in advance.

are $22,000 short after giving the produce vendors that discount, said Gimenez, who started the co op with Muci this summer.

Yet vendors like Flip don like the idea of paying in advance.

come to me and say got the bid, but I need money, and then say that the spot I want, I have to pay for rolex watches in advance, he said.

Other vendors don like the new insurance and biodegradable bag requirements

Bob Kasselakis has been selling Greek gyros with his wife Fotini at the market for three years. He said they are not returning because of the new rules.

have nothing against the new management. It good t rolex watches o have some rules, but with too many, we cannot work, he said, referring to the biodegradable bags he must purchase and the shuttle bus he needs to take. Pinecrest finds someone else, we will stay, but for the new people, we are not going to return.

Gime rolex watches nez said vendors can buy bags in bulk to save on shipping costs, and the cost of the shuttle will be included in the rent.

work with you, except from what is law and what in our contract, she said, adding that all vendors particularly produce vendors who have never needed insurance under TMCI must be insured.

Gimenez said she is willing to work with the vendors to help keep them at the market.

only trying to do good here, she said. could have stepped up, and not many people did.

Flip said his wife wrote a proposal to be hired as a city employee solely to coordinate the market.

And Jerry Sanchez of Jerry Here Farm Fresh the market largest produce vendor, who has vended every Sunday since it began at Gardner Market when it was still in Pinecrest, more than 10 years ago submitted a proposal but it was not accepted because it was turned in late.

Carlos Fernandez of the Coconut Grove Farms sells produce and grass fed beef, and he said he doesn think the new co op is being realistic.

Fernandez lost $4,000 this summer because of days the market shut down due to heavy rains. Sometimes, TMCI gave rain discounts, but as a brand new organization with little money to start with, the co op will not be able to do so.

Cindy Rich, a Pinecrest resident and customer of the market, said she thinks the village should operate the market to alleviate the extra costs to the vendors.

like having a middle man in between, Rich said. I want to see happen is just more for the people and by the people. Manager Yocelyn Galiano Gomez said village did consider the in house option. The only reason we didn go with it was because traditionally we contract out to keep staff at a minimum. That just our business model.

The village will take in nearly $70,000 this year from the co op weekly fee. The revenue the farmer market brings offsets only a small portion of the $1.5 million cost of maintaining Pinecrest Gardens, according to Galiano Gomez.

Not all vendors are upset with the changes.

Zak the Baker has been selling bread at the market for a year and a half and he said he not concerned at all.

the beginning there are all these new rules, he said. will be back to the same thing once the rhetoric is over.

Pineapples and Mangoes leads to arrests

Cocaine plugs taken from inside the apples and placed in evidence bags. February 6, 2012) As a result of a joint investigation between the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Drug Enforcement Section and the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), in the Greater Toronto Area, four (4) people were arrested for cocaine related offences.

Last week, an RCMP investigation assisted CBSA officers at the Toronto Pearson International Airport in discovering cocaine concealed in an air freight shipment. The cocaine was loc rolex watches ated in hollowed out star apples. In total, twenty (20) kgs of cocaine was seized from the fruit contained rolex watches in 17 boxes. The star apples were part of a larger shipment that included pineapples and mangoes. The shipment was sent by air freight from Guyana to Toronto. It was addressed to a falsified Toronto area business.

Police rapidly deployed a team of investigators to identify those responsible for sending and receiving this shipment. RCMP investigators identified the Canada based subjects involved in this criminal enterprise and their co conspirators in Guyana and the USA.

“CBSA officers are the first line of defence and are trained to stop narcotics at the border,” said Goran Vragovic, Regional Director General, Canada Border Services Agency, Greater Toronto Area Region. “I want to congratulate the officers involved in this seizure for helping to keep our community safe. The successful results of this investigation show the great benefits of partnering with other law enforcement agencies.”

“We have successfully interdicted several cocaine shipments in recent months,” stated Superintendent Rick Penney, RCMP GTA Drug Enforcement Commander. “As we identify and stop methods employed by organized crime r rolex watches olex watches groups they will, no doubt, come up with new ways to bring illicit drugs into Canada. For this reason we must remain diligent and continue to build partnerships within Canada and the international law enforcement community to combat organized crime.”