friendship, Bill Clinton
quotes with the word "packets"
He took one of those dry-ice packets and put it up on his ribs and he fell asleep . . . Half an hour later, it was stuck to him, like freezer burn on his skin. I was sitting next to him, and he had this massive skin patch off, and he almost missed the game because of the dry-ice burn. Of course, he didn't.
It's time to recognize the Internet as a basic human right . . . That means guaranteeing affordable access for all, ensuring Internet packets are delivered without commercial or political discrimination, and protecting the privacy and freedom of Web users regardless of where they live.
A few years ago, we set out to create a company that infuses philanthropy into everyday items to help save lives around the world . . . In the first year of business, via sales of our gourmet granola bars, we provided more than 350,000 packets of life-saving nutrients to children in danger of dying from malnutrition. We designed This Bag Saves Lives to be an easy and cost-effective way to empower consumers to help stop malaria from claiming innocent lives by offering life-saving treatments with each purchase.
Seventy percent of the pods or packets are made by one company, Procter and Gamble. We're appealing to them directly . . . But I would think that the company, a good company like that, a big company like that, that appeals to families and says they really care about you would take an extra step. Put a package that's a little tougher for kids to get into.
I keep packets of salt, like the ones from restaurants. I learned from a flight attendant that when you get motion sickness, you should mix half a cup of ginger ale with salt . . . You down it and your nausea goes away in a minute!
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