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#1. Dustin Moskovitz ||||
Age: 29   Net Worth: $5.2 billion
Mark Zuckerberg's former roommate helped him start Facebook. His roughly 5% stake comprises the bulk of his fortune; the rise in the company's stock price since September 2012 helped boost his net worth by $2.5 billion. Moskowitz is engaged to former Wall Street Journal reporter Cari Tuna. Together, the couple has devoted some of their time to building Good Ventures. Forbes *giggles* Chris Evans (Captain America) and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) A full cardio workout you can do without leaving the room! For max results, keep marching during water breaks. #7 The Poblano/Anaheim Pepper |||| 500 to 2,500 Scoville Heat Units
Turning up the fire just a tiny notch now comes the slightly lesser-known (at least in global circles) Anaheim Pepper. This is a relatively mild example that originates from deep within Mexico and is a hugely popular staple across the country and indeed the US. An excellent pepper to cook with, dry out or eat raw, most would find the heat acceptable and far from sweat-inducing. — quote by marilyn monroe One of my favorite quotes (: It's so true . I love Forrest Gump! #7 Leah Modest Prom Dress :: Margene's Bridal #2. 07620, Alpine, NJ |||| 
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TEXAS FIRECRACKERS - 1 box (4 sleeves) saltines; 1 1/3 cup of canola oil; 1 Tbsp red pepper flakes; 1 Tbsp cayenne pepper; 1 Packet ranch dressing mix; 1 (2.5 gallon) Ziploc bag - In the Ziploc bag add all of the ingredients except for the crackers and mix ingredients well. Add all 4 sleeves of Saltine Crackers, turn the bag to coat evenly. Let bag sit for a couple of hours, turning every 15 mins. If you can wait til the next day, they are even better.
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