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The Gallina di Saluzzo is a dual-purpose breed. While hens lay about 180 white eggs per year, this breed really shines on the dinner table. Due to extensive breeding and very specific feeding techniques, the quality of their meat is exceptional.




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Black Spanish hens were hugely popular in the 1800s for their ability to lay an abundant amount of large white eggs. They ultimately lost favor with farmers because they are fairly delicate birds, and hardier breeds came along.


DELICIOUS!!! I live in California, and took a huge chance ordering a croquembouche for my wedding. I didn't have a delivery address until the day before the event, but Patisserie Manon really came through. Croquembouche is not common, and I was worried but it was AMAZING...


I (and others) would argue that 404 is the most important error message of all time, and the most important contribution that made the web possible. There were other hyperlink systems before that, but people were afraid of linking to remote machines because it might get an error. Embracing and allowing 404 really made the web take off.


On Radio Shack Model 16, XENIX 3.0, in a really obscure hardware failure condition (the Z80 got back to the main operation dispatch loop with the stack at a different depth than it was on the previous pass), z80ctl would spit out:


The standard GTI then is a refreshing alternative, and really, its 228bhp is all you should need on the road. I said as much in my first Mk7.5 update, but it is worth pointing out a GTI with more power is awesome.


Tony, that's great to hear. Just thank you for that. That's a very nice compliment. Honestly, the best compliment we can receive is when an adult is like, "Eh, my kids started watching this show, but then I started watching it. I really like it." And I think that's a testament to what the show does really well. And obviously, we're trying to entertain ourselves first and foremost. We're adults and we like funny stuff and we're not trying to talk down to a kid audience. We're just trying to make really funny stuff that people of all ages can enjoy. And it is kind of that family sitcom; it's a classic family sitcom that adults and kids can enjoy, and there's maybe less and less of that out there these days. But I'm so pleased to hear you say that.


He is. If the Greens are going back to the country, Remy is joining them for his first time in the country, which is really exciting. In the show, we constantly play with themes of what is home, the changes that come with different chapters in life, and as well as community and the group of friends you build along the way. And so, yeah, Remy's going to the country. It's reframed to his parents as a study abroad trip, so Remy is going international in his mind and soaking up some rural lifestyle.


Exactly. There's a couple of hints here and there, but it's helpful to have Remy, who's kind of a surrogate audience member, who can be arriving in the country for the first time, ask all the questions that maybe people watching the show want to ask. And it's just really funny to see Remy, who is completely out of his element. The show is very much a fish out of water show and we continue that feeling by having Remy be a little bit more of the fish out of water when the Greens kind of return to their original pond.


True. We do have some folks coming up, but because of the kind of twists and turns that the series is taking, there's actually a little bit less opportunities for guest stars. But we do have, in the season three finale, there is a really big name that we were thrilled to get. But I don't know, that is coming up much later.


Now fans will meet a whole host of new characters that are really fun. And I think our casting choices follow the same pattern they have always followed, which is a mixture of fun, big names, a lot of strange, alt comedy folks. A lot of people who may not be household names at all, but are just so funny and charming. If you look at the cast of Greens, the main cast, people may not recognize their names right away. But all of a sudden, you want to look up, "Who voices Bill? Okay, Bob Joles" and "Oh my gosh. Marieve Herington is hilarious, and Zeno Robinson and Artemis"


Because it kind of breaks things and I think people come to watch the show for the characters and the relationships. But I think the one that might stand out the most that would get people talking, especially in the future, is the one that makes them think about how is the sausage made. It's kind of a really goofy, weird, behind-the-scenes look, but it's really exaggerated and goofy. And it feels like something that kids make might take as truth. And then later, as they grow up, they were like, "Hey, how much of that you think is true? And are the executives really robots? And when you write a script does an egg hatch and out pops a hot script?"


Moreover, the repulsors are mounted on hinges, allowing them to move outwards. They never move onscreen and the panel at the centre also opens for unknown reasons. I presume this was simply a result of using the canopy, which includes click hinges. The smaller panel lower on the Hulkbuster's back is more perplexing though. One might assume this gives access to Iron Man's feet when placing the figure inside, but the hatch is really too small.


The exposed joints do provide an extensive range of motion, relative to the substantial weight of these limbs. The shoulder rotation is particularly effective, recalling the joints in 75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage. However, the wrists are obstructed by the bulky forearm armour, so the hands cannot really be positioned as though firing the palm repulsors.


As a graphic designer: the box arts is inexcusably cropped. I really love the concept of the model but Tiago Catarino made the perfect review already for this set. The feature to fit 76206 influenced the model design in a bad way. Although I'll take 76105 over this one any day of the week, the sheer size, gold pieces AND rigidity are to be commended.


@ScholtzTKO said:"This set encapsulates everything currently going wrong at Lego."Couldn't have said it better. I feel the same. It's just another overpriced said no one asked for and the many compromises wouldn't make it worthwhile if it were cheaper, either. For that money you really can get a genuine collectible figure with all details and correct proportions...


That moment when your set is 550 euro and they still run out of budget...Because really, those legs and arms just scream 'can't get too chunky now, can we?'And wow, it looks just as bad as it did at first. I like the look of the sheer scale. You could build a small base in that torso! But as a UCS hulkbuster this thing is just... I mean, it's a good looking titan-sized mech except for the diaper, plate between legs and some unfinished bits. But it just doesn't work as a model of the hulkbuster!Seeing that cavernous interior I wish we got another mech at this scale that isn't licensed. Just pure creative goodness. And we wouldn't have to worry about inaccuracy so much. Because man, a mech big enough to have an interior would be cool. This just isn't doing it however.And it's been said before but I'll say it again: deforming a display model for interactivity with a 45 euro model that is sold seperately is not going to make anyone happy. Now it's not even complete. At THAT price. Or look good. Or be worth it once you do use the Iron Man figure.


Has Lego ever modified a set after launch? Given the price point and the negative reviews I think there is a real case for making changes.I really wanted a UCS Hulkbuster, and would have been willing to part with the money for one...but I am really struggling to justify it given the compromises made to accommodate 76206.


@Manners70 said:"Has Lego ever modified a set after launch? Given the price point and the negative reviews I think there is a real case for making changes.I really wanted a UCS Hulkbuster, and would have been willing to part with the money for one...but I am really struggling to justify it given the compromises made to accommodate 76206."Wall-E, though that was for structural problems and not poor reviews.


I did not realise before that the Iron Man buildable figure is not included in the set, unbelievable at the price this is that they expect you to fork out even more for the action figure that the compromises in the design was made for!!Lego really are starting to loose the plot!


I almost find this quite reassuring.Lego has produced some small sets that are quite terrible (that Batman/Harley Quinn juniors set, which was just overpriced junk) ... and it's nice to know that, actually, they can also produce really large sets that are also awful.Given that this is about the 300th Hulkbuster? This just seems so cynical to me. It's a pure cash-grab. We all bought the other Hulkbusters, so now it's time to rush out and buy the larger one (that looks awful, and comes with a sheet of stickers? LOL no). I only hope Lego hasn't produced too many of them, because I can't see them flying off the shelf.


@minishark1000 said:"This will be the next queer eye, warming the shelves for the next year or so."Good. If LEGO ends up applying a nice discount to this set later on, I might buy it and see if I can improve it.Huge Iron Man fan, really disappointed with this set.But hey, at least it doesn't have an exclusive minifigure with a nice armor that we didn't have before.


@WizardOfOss said:"I have trouble remembering such a critical review here on BS. But I feel it is well deserved, as this is a set with some very major issues."The reviews here tend to overly positive at times, but this one goes right for the achilles heel -- and rightfully so. @WizardOfOss said:"This is one set they truly does make me wonder if the good people at Lego actually believe they did a good job on, or if this was a case of "let's just get this over with"...."Since this is a licensed set, I assume the licensor, Marvel/Disney in this case, had a huge say in this project. I can only imagine how many internal reviews and redesigns it went through to please to licensor, but at some point a product needs to get to market to fulfill a SKU. So, I tend to think that "let's just get this over with" was certainly uttered by someone at LEGO at some point. I'd almost think LEGO overpriced it intentionally, to make sure no one would buy it. 041b061a72


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