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omg ... that's so hot
OMG (initialism of "Officially Miss Guided") was an American teenage girl group, initially known as the OMG Girlz. Their name is a play on words, it represents being young ladies "Miss" that are "Guided" in positive ways. Formed in 2009, by Tameka "Tiny" Cottle, the Atlanta-based girl group performed publicly for the first time on an episode of BET's Tiny and Toya reality television series. They also have made appearances on the 2012 series T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle. Their mission was to inspire throughout the world and let them know they could stand together as friends, teens, and young women. They are possibly best known for their singles "Can't Stop Loving You", "Where the Boys At?", and "Gucci This (Gucci That)".
On December 31, 2017, OMG reunited to perform as a special guest during Zonnique's opening set on the Great Xscape Tour with Xscape.
On January 3, 2018, the group updated their Facebook page. However, there has been no official word that the group will reunite.
Has anyone had experience with Crop King greenhouses and related equipment? In the past when I've put greenhouses, I just built my own. But a project I'm penciling out requires more precision. And, frankly, my time is limited these days.
Anyway, just wondering. Thanks friends.