I tried to get my login details but my password was like: “123456”.
I tried to login and saw the following error:
“Your login information has been stolen, using your credentials in an unauthorized transaction can make your account permanently unusable.”
“Try again later”
I followed those instructions and it still didn’t work. After going through all those problems, I’m not able to login to another site and I’ve been locked out of some other accounts. I’m on my way to my boss.
So my question: How did they get my login details? Who hacked the site?
I was on my third date in my new job, and there was one thing missing; a wine bottle. It’s late at night and it’s getting pretty cold outside, so I figured that I needed a drink, I said what do I say, and he had a great suggestion, go with Champagne or Pomerol.
I had to agree with his idea. The only problem was it was on me, I would be drinking at work and not able to take the bottle with me to the office. So at the moment, I went with a good deal of trepidation – but I wanted to try!
I was lucky enough to live near Champagne and the French winery of Roussillon at the time, a local wine shop, but it wasn’t too bad to try the Champagne and Pomerol combo, I tried the Champagne and my husband, on the first try we both thought, WOW it tasted just like the real thing.
And that is what I’m going to share with you today…
1 Bottle Champagne and Pomerol, 16 oz bottles with a shot for garnish (optional if you’re wanting to try it all the way!)
Bring a 4.5 quart pot of ice to a boil. Place the Champagne in the bottom of the pot. Pour 1/2 cup of crushed ice in the bottom of the pot. Add the Pomerol by dropping the 1/2 oz of Pomerol into the Champagne. Stir. Place into the refrigerator. I usually have a second glass and take the chilled bottle out of the fridge 15 mins before serving.
The Champagne and Pomerol combo is very thick with a sweet and tart taste, the Champagne tastes a bit like red wine and the Pomerol tastes more like Pappy
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