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  • Im only seventeen and live in Illinois. I need to lose some weight but am too busy to pack lunch for school or eat in the morning. I want to buy protein powder so i can make quick shakes to drink but don't want to get to the cash register at the store and be denied buying a "diet supplement" because of my age. Please let me know. i'm thinking of going to whole foods, gnc or vitamin world.
  • I highly recommend Slim-Fast Low-Carb Ready To Drink, Creamy Chocolate First thing anyone should know (or at least picky eaters like myself) is that the taste may take some getting used to, not in the bad diet "snack bars" that you have to pretend don't taste like wax, but with a cardboard texture, but in a much more subtle way. I was scared when I drank the first one-- brought into the house by my super-no-carb-dieting father. He said it tasted like a good ice cream shake. (Nope, sorry). But his assessments had been way off (like the "chocolate" Atkins bars--see above description). The first one did not taste like a chocolate shake. Never will. But surprisingly, it did taste a lot like chocolate jello pudding, but a little waterier (taste not texture). Not bad, but not my favorite. I made the commitment there to drink all 4 cans, in one week. Each can tasted better. Much better. By can 3, I was hooked, and it became my breakfast replacement (technically I never ate breakfast, very sporadically, so this was a good metabolism-boost too!). Sometimes I'd want one just to wash dinner down with. I really liked them, not just needed them as part of a diet. One think I learned though: don't drink warm/room temperature. The thickness of the drink becomes all you can taste... Best over a cup FULL of ice cubes or ice cold in the can (with a straw, or else the tin can taste overpowered the yummy, to me). I did the same 4 can challenge with the vanilla flavor (twice) and it always tasted like melted ice cream, overpoweringly sweet, to me. Again as I disclaimed above, I'm picky. A word about those complaining about 80 calories fat. it's not a bad thing. It keeps you fuller, adds the calories you need for energy, and is not a big deal in the grand scheme of your diet. It's not even close to your daily total amount. In fact, it's a total of only 9 grams in this drink. In fact, it's about 1.5 hardboiled eggs worth of fat. Plus, it's not like you're drinking whale blubber. A good foundation for any dieter, in my opinion and my (week-day)daily breakfast. The best prices and free shipping from the page I bookmark. http://astore.amazon.com/big-deals-20/de... I hope this was helpful for you.. Good Luck!
  • Oh well if it's a paper shop behind the bus station, they probably relax the law for them so you should be able to get it there if you're 16. Lol Nope, afraid not honey. It is 18 full stop. No matter where it is sold. The Law applies to every shop that sells alcohol. And there is now a policy where if you look under 25 and can't prove that you are 18 or over, then they must refuse to sell alcohol to you. Happy (sober) New Year! ;-) For the best answers, search on this site https://smarturl.im/aDJWx
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  • I think WIC needs to be updated to work with the times. A woman on food stamps can quickly check out as fast as a cash or debit shopper, but WIC is still paper based in Illinois and very slow. I wish our state would switch to an electronic type card that just let you buy x gallons of milk and whatever else when you choose, instead of a piece of paper forcing you to get 3 gallons one week and requiring the cashier to match items to the peice of paper. Anyway, I think its a great program for those who need it. Everyone falls on hard times at one point or another and I am glad there is a program out there to make sure kids still have the basics.
  • I'm not sure about Medicaid, but WIC does not do this. All WIC asks for is proof of household income. We have nothing to do with child support issues at all whatsoever. This is a federal thing, so no state's WIC program will be involved in child support issues. WIC doesn't dig as deep as other assisstance programs might.
  • it is pretty good in michigan. i get a wic bridge card and i just go to the store, get whatever items i need that day and other groceries not included on wic and at certain stores they can ring everything up together wic items and non wic items. i have to tell the cashier im using my wic card and they push a button on the register, i slide it, put my pin and it automatically pays for the wic items. then i can pay for the non wic items with some other form of payment. the receipt has a list of left over benefits you have for the month. mine starts over the 18th of each month. i havent heard anything about a loaner pump program for michigan but i do know that if you are breastfeeding, they provide you with cans of tuna. if your not breastfeeding, then you dont get the tuna.
  • WIC is great, but I object to formula being included on it. Formula should be part of the welfare program. This is a SUPPLEMENTAL program that puts huge $$ into the pockets of pharmaceuticals. Of course, that is why formula is included. Pharmaceutical companies (who own the formula companies) have a good lobby. It just encourages women to formula feed, not breastfeed. As far as the rest of the program, it's much better. After the first use, most people whip right through the registers with the cards. Fruit and vegetables are a much bigger part, and especially important as they are expensive for someone who is broke. In addition, women can now get decent breast pumps or rent breast pumps if they need to. Unfortunately, you are stuck with a 1 size fits all. In our state, they limit milk to 2%, which IMHO is wrong. Children under 5 should be drinking whole milk and to assume all of the kids are eating junk food is wrong. If the kid is normal weight for their height, then why the 2%? In addition, if you want to use a homemade formula instead of a commercial one, they still won't give you an allotment for just milk, even if you have a doctor's note.
  • i'm on WIC. it's really helpfull, i'm not going to lie the only thing i don't like is the cereal. Here in Texas they changed the paper for the card, it's a lot like the Lone star card except it has a chip in it. You can just buy the amount of milk you need instead of having to get it all at once. The only thing that will never change i guess is that you can only buy the products that are approved by WIC. Which makes a lot of sense, to me at least. Hopefully the states who stil have the paper form upgrade to the card intead. it was kind of annoying waiting for a cashier to hand over the pen to sing it..
  • I'm not on wic nor have I ever been but wic in my state is great. They have an option for formula feeding, breast feeding and breast feeding with supplemental formula. They make sure the child(ren) is/are healthy, help with immunizations and basically do what they can to make sure the parent(s) can land on their feet. Definitely agree with Alyssa's Mommy, they need to get it updated here in Wisconsin too
  • My only issue with people who use WIC is the small portion who get the formula and then try to sell it. That irritates me. I am so glad that WIC has a breast pump loaner program.
  • It just seems to me like EVERYONE is on it. I don't know if it's just the economy or if they have a higher income cutoff or what it is. That being said I have no personal expirence with it other than a friend who is on it. It sounds a lot better than foodstamps in that you can only get very spacific things. They even lent her a breast pump for 6 months. I found this out after I went and spent $200 on one! I like that they put the childs health first and foremost. With foodstamps I know a girl that spends them all on papa murphy's take and bake. Her 6-year old eats nothing but pizza. And she can get them because it is considered "cold". That doesn't make much sense to me.
  • i like wic a lot and it's ok in my state it helps me out when i run out of money or food stamp i think for them because with out i don't know how i would have taking care of my daughter since birth into now 18months so i own my life to them i always tell them thank u and how i am very graceful for them helping me
  • It is very helpful. It saves me $150 a month on formula, and provides me with milk, cheese, juice, cereal, vegetables, and canned beans. I am really grateful for it.
  • So im 19 and just got the okay to drop out of college ( that **** is not for everyone) tired of being other peoples burden plus I'm ready to ditch my family for good! So my plan is simple save every reasonable cent from Jan until october i have on job that i go to twice a week and pays 300$ every two weeks and one the other Job will average out to 250-350 every single week and of course i have bills but i did the math and will still have around 6500 in the end. i drive a Fiat500 and it only takes 30$ to fill up. Haven't decided whether i want to go to Texas Cali or Florida but when i do this I'm cutting my family off so I'm in this totally alone. I just have to get my car put in my name and the insurance….but i need to know is this a good plan? and enough money to get me buy a month or two until i find a new job?
  • READ the ENTIRE THING SERIOUSLY I TOOK MY FREAKIN TIME TRYING TO HELP YOU HERE SO PLEASE DONT TAKE MY WORDS FOR GRANTED is this a good plan? ROFL NO!!!! because that is NOT a plan, thats just trying to escape as fast as you can with as very little as you can. Fast & Furious doesnt work that way. Yes, you have a choice totally but you SERIOUSLY have to Evaluate this situation your about to get into. because once your alone...your alone...and your probably going to end up coming back home in the end when you realize its too hard. ok first make a list of what you will need because all you have in your "Plan" is a car, 6000 cash and nowhere to go. its almost like your planning a vacation. that $6000 will be dissapear as quick as you breath air. First, VERY IMPORTANT. Research and keep asking questions!! you wanna make sure where your heading, not just "oh texas oh alaska, oh mexico" to know where your going will give you the upper hand. So after youve decided which state is more suitable for you, next is city or town. Check the city-data of the wages, the income, the rent , the bills...the total cost for living there. if the wages and the bills seem reasonable for you then next is to check its population and ask questions like "are there currently any affordable places to rent there?" how many? by when are they available?" So you are going to have to make many phone calls and internet searches. If its too full and barely anywhere to live i suggest you find another more affordable city. Once you find your affordable place and its availability, NEXT STEP, J....O....B, job. do you know how hard it is to get hired by an employer in the cities these days. Literally 100 if not 1000's of people apply for the same job you would and before you did. So think about this, who would hire a 19 year old out of town college drop out? the answer is, not everyone. in many not even Mcdonalds because thats probably the only place that would want to hire you. As, you see already without nobody hiring you its tough, no opportunity all you got is home. So MAKE SURE, that where you are going there is going to be a Open spot (JOB) waiting for you.so again more phone calls phone calls phone calls Next is cash...sorry but $6 grand$ aint gonna cut it in the real world. at very least have a minimum years income which is around 15 grand. Im going to leave out a few more things because this post would be too long and once you do more research on "how to become independent" you will find out yourself. so my BEST advice i can give you to move out by next year, hopefully, is DO NOT DROP OUT OF COLLEGE!! instead get the best GPA you can, transfer to another college, in the city and state that of your choice with scholarships and awards. and get Financial aid from your future college and grants and money to help you pay for rent while you find a new job. that is seriously the best choice you can make. With government money and scholarship money you wont have to worry about starving and rent. trust me you dont want to suffer. once your settled in your new college and city THEN only THEN you decide if you wanna keep on studying or work.... so if you decide to transfer, which is a huge head-ache saver, then start applying NOW because sometimes it can take a year to find acceptence for your transcripts and scholarships. SO find the new city and college you want to attend, RESEARCH the availability and the wages like i explained above EVERYTHING AND MORE and sign up as SOON AS Possible. LAST important note: if you decide to transfer make sure you withdraw most of your savings from your bank because if the Finances find that you have 6000 or more in your bank they Will NOT give you any money. So dont let them know that you have that money
  • It isn't a good plan. First don't burn any bridges, you may sincerely want to go home some day. Money is the one thing you can't have too much of especially if you don't have job skills to sell. Without a college degree or technical training you are going to be competing for low end jobs and it California, Texas and Florida the competition will be Illegals who are willing to work for next to nothing. I strongly suggest you try to line up something in the way of a job before you make the move, trying to live on minimum wage anywhere is not pleasant.
  • Okay so, i was selling pot brownies at school i only sold 4 and barely had any marijuana in them. i made a whole batch of 10 brownies and put 15 grams in there. the school found out but there is no evidence of marijuana in the brownies. i can i still get in trouble with the law? if so how many days in jail or how much of a fine p.s i'm 14 year old girl, 8th grade. i live in illinois.
  • 15 grams is a lot over half an ounce, hope you made your monies worth. be more careful whoyou sell them to. at your age word spreads fast, and at your age theres always a rat listening. what you could do is make more brownies and sell those too, but these will have NO weed. and if someone gets their hands on one, and tests it, it will come up negative on THC. and then you can deny, deny , deny, and say someone just started a rumor. hahah. best way to cover your tracks in my opnion. keep doing it, and say its to make a little extra cash, cause you make good brownies. and if they ask you to stop , then just do. but if you only made brownies that one time, and then the school found out, and you never made anymore, then it looks little more suspicious, like your intentionally hiding something. The best place to hide, is out in the open, cause its the last place they would ever suspect. My mom used to ask me when i was younger, "Are you doing drugs!?" and i would say, "Yes mom, i'm doing drugs, I'm doing lots of drugs" and smile. : ), she'd just call me a smart ***, but i was telling the truth, hahaha. She could tell when i was lying i don't know how, but she knew, so i just told her the truth, and told it bluntly, and as if it was nothing. So keep making brownies, and if you get question, you answer,"What, what weed, my brownies don't have weed! Here have one!" and if they test it, they'll look stupid for questioning you. But this is just my opnion. and make some cookies too, and send me some, for giving you this amazing idea. And by the way, the brownies have already been eaton, so all the evidence is gone. now if some remain, i don't know, i don't think you'll ever be tested, its not that much of crime when your young, its not for a job, or anything like, so its very unlikely you'll ever be tested. But this just shows you a lesson. you got away with it, but not next time. You can sell special brownies, at parties, and stuff like that, but never at school, like i said, too many rats. I had a friend who brought a brick of weed a when i was younger, and like a dumb *** he went around showing it off. and sure enough half way through the day, someone had ratted him out, he got arrested, they took his weed away (tear drop) and he went to juvi for a while. So don't sell at school. don't tell people, don't brag about, nothing. if they want to buy, you can sell it after school, and they can come by your place to pick it up, but never deliver to school. never ever. its evidence, and evidence is BAD!! I learned this lesson the easy way. By watching my friends getting caught. I also had another friend that brought a 40 to school, and got caught (40oz of beer). he went around bragging and showing it off. Well he got caught, cause again the rats are always listening. and he got kicked out of school. This is just extra info for you. so you know what the consequences can be.
  • If there is no evidence of illegal drugs in your brownies, you have nothing to worry about! Just learn your lesson and don't do it again! If they happen to do a THC test on a consumer, + they test positive, however, you may want to cover your tracks. ( Unless they test a regular stoner) but if there's nothing to pin on you.. You're in the clear with no charges. Be smarter next time, and NEVER mix school with pleasure or illegal activities. Good Luck!
  • whilst i replaced into youthful, we tried that some circumstances and it never did something for us, so as a replace, i think of i might positioned some Ambien (sound asleep pills) in them :) and that i might never tell my better half approximately it...b/c he be on their facet and in all probability tell them and contact the government on me.
  • locally maybe you could cut grass. pretty easy and people usually dont mind paying some kids to do it. easy fast cash.
  • Mow lawns every week. Its summertime use ur head, you won't be able to get a job in any company till your 16
  • last month, in illinois, i got a speeding ticket on my motorcycle for traveling 13mph over the posted speed limit. i paid for the ticket at the court house in cash and in person. i opted for supervision so as long as i dont get another ticket within 90 days, the speeding ticket will not go on my driving record. as i was on my was home from the the courthouse i was involved in a motorcycle accident. i was the only person involved and there was no damage to anything except to my motorcycle which was minimal (it still runs great) and a scraped elbow. i was on a road that i had never been on before and was going around a turn. the turn was much sharper than i thought and i didnt turn hard enough and i ended up hitting the curb and falling off my motorcycle. someone saw me go down, stopped, and called the paramedics. the paramedics arrived a few minutes later and did their thing (checking my vitals, making sure nothing was broken, etc.) just before the paramedics finished checking me, a police cruiser showed up. while still laying on the ground i assume the cop talked to the witness. while i was still on the ground she stood close enough to me that i saw her for the first time. i asked if she wanted my drivers license and insurance and i pulled out my wallet and tried to give her my drivers license. she told me wait to give it to her when the paramedics finished their job and i stood up. after i got up and signed the papers for refusal of treatment and transport for the paramedics, the cop told me to give her my drivers license and proof of insurance. after i handed them to her, without saying anything, she went and sat in her cruiser for about 15min. when she returned she gave me the incident report and explained what to do with it and said she was issuing me a citation for "failure to reduce speed." she never asked me what happened or what caused the accident. because i had opted for supervision i asked the second cop, while the first was still in her car writing the incident report and citation, if this would count towards my supervision and effect my driving record. he said it would be up to the city. i would assume it would count against it which is why i have to fight it to keep my record clear. because the cop who wrote the citation never got my statement about the cause of the accident, does she has legitimate grounds to have written me that citation?
  • Yes, she does. It's very clear that you were going too fast, otherwise you wouldn't have laid your bike down.
  • Due to the fact that she has absolutely no proof that speed is what caused the accident, the ticket has no grounds. For all she knows you could have hit an oil slick or narrowly missed hitting a deer. I would say you should try to fight this ticket.
  • No its now not precise. However being competent to wipe it out of your list via visitors university is not continually viable. Depends on what the offense was once. In many instances at the price ticket itself it'll inform you, or name the Police division that issued it. BTW Most tickets which might be contested win in courtroom.
  • She's a cop. Courts will always believe her word over yours. BUT FIGHT IT! People should matter, the only job of a police officer should be to protect and serve, and the governments only purpose should be to make the lives of the working man easier. FIGHT IT UNTIL THEIR EARS BLEED AT THE SOUND OF YOUR VOICE!
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