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Are checks equally distributed, or is it based on some formula?Do only individual tax payers get the check, or do businesses as well?How much can one expect to get from year to year?
Example: I bought some creole seasoning yesterday and the serving size is 1/4 teaspoon, so that has 310mg of sodium in it. Is that too much? I'm not exactly on a 'diet'. But I am trying to eat better. What do you think?
For example:I love to eat Pillsbury Toaster Scrambles for breakfast. It has 15g of carbs and 180 calories per serving. The serving size is 1 pastry. (I eat 2 though...they're sooo good! Yum!) Is that too much? If someone is looking to lose body fat, what should be the limit?Further info: I am 26 years old, 5 foot 6 inches and 140 pounds. (Because I know it depends on the person.)
Was looking up something for another ? and came across a current trial in Canada -- a man accused of murdering 26 women. So far, the government has spent $100 million Canadian on the trial. How can it POSSIBLY cost so much money to try someone for murder?? Is this just another form of taxpayer $$ abuse?