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Poll Results: How Passionate are you about Texas becoming Legal?

 
  • 84% (154)
    VERY Passoniate! I'll write my representative!
  • 13% (25)
    I'd like to see it happen, but I'm okay either way
  • 2% (4)
    I really don't care. I have no interest in selling my cakes.
183 Total Votes  
post #91 of 347
I just signed and I was number 59. I sent it to all of the people in my Wilton classes and now I'm about to send it to my coworkers who's eaten my cakes before.

Thanks to everyone on CC who's gotten the issue this far. icon_smile.gif
I'm up to my elbows in powdered sugar....LIFE IS SWEET!!!!
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I'm up to my elbows in powdered sugar....LIFE IS SWEET!!!!
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post #92 of 347
Yes, I know what is all involved with renting a kitchen. Had to put out the money for all of that. Plus more (for food manufacturing license) if I want to package cookies and cakes for other to re-sell at their store.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.

"Quality Cakes Aren't Cheap and Cheap Cakes Aren't Quality"

It's not "just cake!"
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I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.

"Quality Cakes Aren't Cheap and Cheap Cakes Aren't Quality"

It's not "just cake!"
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post #93 of 347
Mac - how did you go about finding the kitchen that you rent? I live in Katy, TX so I know there's bound to be a place that I can rent, but don't know how to find it.
I'm up to my elbows in powdered sugar....LIFE IS SWEET!!!!
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I'm up to my elbows in powdered sugar....LIFE IS SWEET!!!!
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post #94 of 347
Senator Steve Ogden
PO Box 12068
Austin, TX 78711-2068

(512) 463-0105

Mac - my argument to the Senator would be that since licensed bakers are already in competition with unlicensed bakers, I fail to see how more regulation could possibly be a bad thing.

Here's the petition link again since we're on a new page:
http://www.petitiononline.com/TXCotFd/petition.html
post #95 of 347
Aggiechef--
We have a private school here that I knew rented out the kitchen/dining area/auditorium to a church on Sunday. Since it is a private school that operates on private funding, scholarships, fundraisers...any extra money would be a help to them.

Plus I already did a few things for the school fundraisers so I knew many of the board members. When I asked, I was told that they didn't even use the kitchen. Wrote up a proposal for amount of time I would need it, the hours I would use it and the amount I was willing to pay. I do not keep all my stuff there--just a few things and then bring what I need. Still required to get all my licenses and permits--I am considered a caterer.
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.

"Quality Cakes Aren't Cheap and Cheap Cakes Aren't Quality"

It's not "just cake!"
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I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.

"Quality Cakes Aren't Cheap and Cheap Cakes Aren't Quality"

It's not "just cake!"
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post #96 of 347
I just signed too, i'm sending this to everyone i know. Good look in your appointment Kelley.
post #97 of 347
I just signed in too!!!!! Good luck Kelley!!!
post #98 of 347
I signed and am sending it to everyone I know. icon_biggrin.gif

Good luck!!!
post #99 of 347
This may be a dumb question but do we have to live there to sign it? I will be moving there in about 6 months.
Failure is not an option!!
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Failure is not an option!!
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post #100 of 347
I dont think so, when you sign in it only requires your name and e-mail address... all my family signed in and they dont live here, hope this help....Welcome in advance to TX!!
post #101 of 347
OMG this is AWESOME! Where in the world have I been, missing this thread! Signing now...sending it to EVERYONE I know. And putting it on my blog.
post #102 of 347
Hi Summer, thank you for your prayers (from the other thread), we'll be praying for your aunt too.
I posted about this thread on the other one, the laundry one on page 32.
I don't think you need to live in Texas. My son is living in Taiwan, but planning to come back and he signed.
But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. They shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. Is. 40 :31
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But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. They shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. Is. 40 :31
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post #103 of 347
I just signed. I was #126. I'm forwarding to all my friends too!
Fast food IS Biblical!! Prov. 31:14 "She is like the merchants' ships; she bringeth her food from afar."
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Fast food IS Biblical!! Prov. 31:14 "She is like the merchants' ships; she bringeth her food from afar."
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post #104 of 347
Just signed. I will be forwarding to friends. Good Luck!!
post #105 of 347
For the sake of making the petition look as legitimate as possible, let's try to limit signatures to those living in Texas or planning to move to Texas in the next 12 months. icon_smile.gif Also, those comments we're getting look REALLY good. Keep 'em coming!
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