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As an aside, the phrase "pushing the envelope" actually comes from flight test jargon. The "envelope" refers to a region of parameters that the plane is rated and tested to be safe in, for example altitude, speed, pitch and roll rates, etc. When conducting flight testing on a new plane, every flight the envelope is "pushed", meaning you fly with slightly larger upper and lower bounds on these parameters in order to see if the plane remains safe to fly in that regime.

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Presidents Choice white cheddar mac is where it's at.

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How did you make your kefir?

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How fast can you neck a pint?

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Also, if you have an estranged brother and he one day drops off an orphaned boy, you may want to peace out one day when he's an adult and decides to visit your brother to find out about his parents.