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So Cool! Gluten-free Mentioned On Radio

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I was driving to the store tonight to get my piglets some milk (all four kids devour milk!!!! I need a cow in the backyard) Anyway, I was kinda half listening to the radio when I hear "Do you sell gluten-free and soy free ________" (didn't hear the name of the product due to my shock and trying to reach to turn up the radio). Anyway, the commercial goes on to say "then Microsoft Software for Small Business is right for you."

A Microsoft commercial mentioning gluten-free! YEAH! We are becoming more mainstream!!!!! (Probably someone who works for either Microsoft or the advertising company who thinks up their commercials has celiac disease and has pushed to get this mentioned......) YEAH!

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Karen

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A Microsoft commercial mentioning gluten-free! YEAH! We are becoming more mainstream!!!!! (Probably someone who works for either Microsoft or the advertising company who thinks up their commercials has celiac disease and has pushed to get this mentioned......) YEAH!
:D yea!

I'm so glad that more people are learning about celiac disease. Our local grocery store (Superstore) is actually offering gluten free cooking classes once a month. I haven't gone yet becasue I have to work on the nights they offer them, but I am so impressed!

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Yeah, but the good thing about being mainstream is that there will be more gluten-free choices for foods and they will be available in mainstream stores...... :D

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Karen

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Yes, very true.  But don't tell anybody about me being here....shhhhh!!  :D

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LOL....you sound alot like me. I'm a "do it my own way"...."cant be like everyone else" type of girl. :)

Sometimes its not a good thing though. :ph34r:

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Id love to hear this commercail if some one can record it and put it up on the net? I doubt MS would mind th freee advertsings :)

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wow...sounds like a unique advertisement...

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I wouldn't even begin to know how to record or upload onto the net but here is a link to listen to the radio station live on the net:

www.Q107.com

On the top of the page is where you click "Listen Live". If you like classic rock, you'll enjoy!!!!

Karen

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:D yea!

I'm so glad that more people are learning about celiac disease. Our local grocery store (Superstore) is actually offering gluten free cooking classes once a month. I haven't gone yet becasue I have to work on the nights they offer them, but I am so impressed!

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Yes, in this case mainstream is good! (don't worry, I'll never tune out the drummer that I march to). I was so very very surprised to find a small shelf of gluten-free items in my local grocery store. We're a small town, and the chain only has four stores or so in the state of Missouri!!!!!! YEAH!

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Don't know why it's not showing as a link, but just type in www.Q107.com and it will come up......  Told ya I am computer illiterate!!!!

Karen

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You need the entire URL, including the prefix, for it to be recognized as a link:

http://www.Q107.com

:)

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