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In fact, I push the boundaries even in areas like clothing.When my son Bobby was born, I put his older sister’s perfectly good outgrown pink baby clothes on him (I would have bought gender neutral baby clothes to start with, but we were given a mountain of used girl baby clothes and we were poor college students so I wasn’t going to turn them down).This will perform an ajax call to redeem a promotion or gift card and display an informative message upon return.*/ A.declarative('redeem Promo Code', 'click', function(event) ); /* UTILITY FUNCTIONS show Promos In Popover Render a list if promotions that will be applied to this purchase in the popover below the input box for redeeming a claim code.Before reading this post, I encourage you to read it with an open mind and heart.There's a lot of info in here, some disagreeable to some, so just be prepared to receive my opinion, think about it, and feel free to explore more yourself after reading.I believe I now understand crossdressers, and people who call themselves gender fluid.They are similar to transgender people in some ways, but different in many others.

In 1968, Archie was adapted into a Saturday morning cartoon series by Filmation, The Archie Show.

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In 1969 the teen's bubblegum pop band, The Archies, earned a gold record with their #1 hit "Sugar, Sugar".

In the 1970s and 1980s, the Archie characters were authorized for use in a series of Christian comic books written and drawn by Al Hartley for Spire Christian Comics.

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