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August 21, 2006


Elizabeth Cull

It also became a pain to me when I went to Israel last year. I left my favorite toothpaste at home, and in Israel there was nothing like it in the stores. I was forced to use a local toothpaste in the hotel, which was okay. But I still preferred my toothpaste. Although I understand the tight airport security procedure, I can still remember James Bond's plastic explosive hidden inside a tube of Crest.


Thanks for the stock tip and for doing your part to protect the homeland.


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