It might be an electronic music or pop song. It has kind of a whispered passage where the singer quotes a few lines from the Doors “LA Woman.”
The lyrics it quotes (or paraphrases) are
I see your hair is burning Hills are filled with fire If they say I never loved you. You know they are a liar.
I never knew these were from a Doors song until tonight and now it’s killing me trying to remember where I’ve heard them before! I know it wasn’t a full cover though.
Googling reveals anywhere from $1.00 to $6 for a 24 x 18 sign with yard stakes x100.
Of course the nightmare is ordering something cheap and having it suck—especially with limited funds.
Can someone recommend trusted printers with great pricing?
Tempted to invest in my own screen printing setup at this point.
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I haven’t screen printed in over 20 years (since my DIY punk days), but I’m looking to print one-color yard signs—24x18 and maybe also 36x24–for local candidates and issues on my City’s ballot this November.
Can anyone please recommend what kind of setup I should invest in? I think I have the right idea based on YouTube videos and stations for sale online, but an expert opinion would be incredibly helpful.
Am I crazy in thinking I can do this with an investment of a few hundred dollars? (Plus ink, coroplast, and frames)
My math is that for what 100 to 200 signs would cost me, I can print over twice as many and own the equipment for future use to keep churning them out at the cost of coroplast and ink.
Thank you in advance!
I used to love Sandwich Thins. 100 calories and 7% to 8% of DRV of carbs.
Today I spotted the new version: 140 calories and 10% of DRV carbs.
Found a store-brand pack of hamburger buns with 120 calories and 8% per. Lots of bread is lower calories/carbs with two slices as well.
Given that the Sandwich Thins audience is watching what they eat, how is this new recipe an improvement?