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8trackdisco Offline
#251 Posted:
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Porcupines have approximately 30,000 quills.

Buncha prikcs.
RMAN4443 Offline
#252 Posted:
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ever notice in a box of barber pole roll cigars, that some spiral to the right, and some

spiral to the left? The reason why that is...some are rolled by left handed rollers...

Knowledge acquired from a Black Works Studio rep at an event put on at my local last night
bgz Offline
#253 Posted:
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Watched a couple Spacetime episodes about the quantum eraser.

I wish more people were interested in this sh*t.... *sigh* it really is interesting stuff.
Stogie1020 Offline
#254 Posted:
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bgz wrote:
Watched a couple Spacetime episodes about the quantum eraser.

I wish more people were interested in this sh*t.... *sigh* it really is interesting stuff.


That's that new laundry stain remover? Seems kinda ho hum.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#255 Posted:
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Haven't verified a source, but heard 48% of sodas at fast food joints contain bacteria from fecal matter. Refreshing!
8trackdisco Offline
#256 Posted:
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bgz wrote:
Watched a couple Spacetime episodes about the quantum eraser.

I wish more people were interested in this sh*t.... *sigh* it really is interesting stuff.


If they legalize in Wisconsin, maybe I'll become intrigued.
bgz Offline
#257 Posted:
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Yeah, I heard in overly red states they've banned unapproved scientific knowledge... it's almost like they're so far right you have to look left to see them.
bgz Offline
#258 Posted:
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Oh, you mean that legalize...

Pretty sure most potheads ain't watching spacetime videos... I'm pretty rare.
bgz Offline
#259 Posted:
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Seriously... you guys really should watch Spacetime...

You'll be posting in this thread every day.

I would say 3 blue 1 brown... but some of that material can be a bit rough sometimes (FFT FTW) ... Spacetime though, that's absorbable.
RMAN4443 Offline
#260 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Haven't verified a source, but heard 48% of sodas at fast food joints contain bacteria from fecal matter. Refreshing!

You make fast food soda sound kinda $hitty...d'oh!
RMAN4443 Offline
#261 Posted:
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a female mouse is called a doe...thanks MACS Beer
MACS Offline
#262 Posted:
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RMAN4443 wrote:
a female mouse is called a doe...thanks google Beer


I cannot tell a lie...
8trackdisco Offline
#263 Posted:
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Chris Rock can take a slap.
MACS Offline
#264 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Chris Rock can take a slap.


Fake. Totally fake.
Mike3316 Offline
#265 Posted:
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Will Smith can't throw a punch.
MACS Offline
#266 Posted:
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Mike3316 wrote:
Will Smith can't throw a punch.


Bitch can't even throw a slap. Dafuq does he know about south Philly? Bitch.
Burner02 Offline
#267 Posted:
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If the women confirmed to the Supreme Court can't confirm what a women is, why was it so important to confirm a woman?
Thunder.Gerbil Offline
#268 Posted:
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Macs is too much of a pussy to stay in CA.
dkeage Offline
#269 Posted:
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Thunder.Gerbil wrote:
Macs is too much of a pussy to stay in CA.

Seems to be evidence to the contrary
Thunder.Gerbil Offline
#270 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
Seems to be evidence to the contrary


Kipp, please get off my lure.
deadeyedick Offline
#271 Posted:
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We humans share 98.8% of our DNA with chimps, 80% with dogs and 50% with bananas. YMMV
Sunoverbeach Offline
#272 Posted:
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I've occasionally heard I was 100% bananas
HockeyDad Offline
#273 Posted:
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El Pollo Loco now has Quesabirria.
Stogie1020 Offline
#274 Posted:
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^That sounds amazing...
HockeyDad Offline
#275 Posted:
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The Steven Spielberg remake of West Side Story is just horrible.
DrMaddVibe Offline
#276 Posted:
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^That sounds terrible.
Stogie1020 Offline
#277 Posted:
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Stogie1020 wrote:
^That sounds amazing...


DrMaddVibe wrote:
^That sounds terrible.




I am starting to see the origins of the "emoji"...
deadeyedick Offline
#278 Posted:
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In 1986 there were 77 million dependents listed on US tax forms for the deduction when only the name was required. The next year a line on the forms required each dependent listed to also include a Social Security number. There were only 70 million dependents listed in 1987.

Musta been a pandemic I didn't hear about.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#279 Posted:
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Nothing shady. 7m kids just happened to strike out on their own, naturally. Also, coincided with a record low birth year
MACS Offline
#280 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Nothing shady. 7m kids just happened to strike out on their own, naturally. Also, coincided with a record low birth year


Joined the Navy in '87... at 17. I was one of the 7m.
Sunoverbeach Offline
#281 Posted:
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Sounds like a proven theory to me
8trackdisco Offline
#282 Posted:
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What makes a High Rye bourbon High Rye.

There is no legal definition for what constitutes a high-rye bourbon but says that the industry standard is considered to be at least a 20% share of rye in the mash bill. Redemption’s flagship bourbon meets this metric with a composition of 21% rye, but Redemption High Rye Bourbon stands out as one of the highest high-ryes on the market, with a whopping 36% share.

https://bevvy.co/articles/the-rise-high-rye-whiskey/20851

HockeyDad Offline
#283 Posted:
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2051 is the year mankind is wiped out. Nostradamus.
8trackdisco Offline
#284 Posted:
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It takes 5,000 cows to make a year's worth of Cheetos

This stat comes straight from Kimberly Scott, the director of communications at PepsiCo, Inc./Frito-Lay North America: a year-long production run requires 11 million gallons of milk, which translates to 10 million pounds of cheddar cheese that's then used in the Cheetos seasoning. That averages out to an astonishing 2,200 gallons of milk per cow.
deadeyedick Offline
#285 Posted:
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Ingredients: Enriched corn meal, (corn meal ferrous sulfate, niacin, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid) vegetable oil (corn, canola, and or sunflower oil) cheese seasoning (whey, cheddar cheese (milk cheese cultures, salt enzymes) canola oil, maltodextrin (made from corn) natural and artificial flavors, salt, whey protein concentrate, monosodium glutamate, lactic acid, citric acid, artificial color (yellow 6) and salt. *

She is lying! Cows have very little to do with it.

* may also contain trace amounts of Wahon bat chit
Sunoverbeach Offline
#286 Posted:
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As a percentage per Cheeto, very little. But you list whey and milk cheese cultures which are actually dairy related.

I can't find exact production numbers, but Cheetos brought Frito Lay profits in the $1.5b range. Consider a bag is about $4.50 and each bag contains an average of 237.5 individual cheetos,and that adds up to a lot of whey and milk cheese cultures seasoning all that corn meal.

What did I learn today through feverish googling? Cheetos are scientifically proven to be addictive. The crunchiness tricks your brain into thinking the product is fresh, and the melt in your mouth effect (vanishing caloric density) tricks it into thinking you haven't eaten as much as you have
MACS Offline
#287 Posted:
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I thought the pot tricked you into thinking you hadn't eaten as much.

Huh.
8trackdisco Offline
#288 Posted:
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deadeyedick wrote:
Ingredients: Enriched corn meal, (corn meal ferrous sulfate, niacin, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid) vegetable oil (corn, canola, and or sunflower oil) cheese seasoning (whey, cheddar cheese (milk cheese cultures, salt enzymes) canola oil, maltodextrin (made from corn) natural and artificial flavors, salt, whey protein concentrate, monosodium glutamate, lactic acid, citric acid, artificial color (yellow 6) and salt. *

She is lying! Cows have very little to do with it.

* may also contain trace amounts of Wahon bat chit



Mooooo?

cheese seasoning (whey, cheddar cheese (milk cheese cultures, salt enzymes)


It's practically 98.2% pure cheese.
JadeRose Offline
#289 Posted:
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HockeyDad wrote:
The Steven Spielberg remake of West Side Story is just horrible.



I thought the cinematography was very well done
Speyside2 Offline
#290 Posted:
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Maybe the two of you could exchange quiche recipes.
JadeRose Offline
#291 Posted:
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Speyside2 wrote:
Maybe the two of you could exchange quiche recipes.



Quiche is bacon, egg and cheese pie. It's f*cking delicious. it's also FAAAAABULOUS!
HockeyDad Offline
#292 Posted:
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My wife makes a great quiche with ham, egg, and cheese.
JadeRose Offline
#293 Posted:
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HockeyDad wrote:
My wife makes a great quiche with ham, egg, and cheese.



We should exchange recipes
DrafterX Offline
#294 Posted:
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That would be gay... Mellow
HockeyDad Offline
#295 Posted:
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We need a recipe exchange thread like all them “what you drinking” threads.
frankj1 Offline
#296 Posted:
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the fiddlehead capitol of the world...

New Brunswick!

From CottageLife.com: "In the village of Tide Head (New Brunswick), plentiful crops of fiddleheads can be found growing along the shores of the Restigouche River and its islands."
frankj1 Offline
#297 Posted:
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HockeyDad wrote:
We need a recipe exchange thread like all them “what you drinking” threads.

there was one going for a pretty long time that FGM started...something like "Grillin', Roastin' blah blah blah" thread.
One of our archivists will dig it up.
frankj1 Offline
#298 Posted:
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HockeyDad wrote:
We need a recipe exchange thread like all them “what you drinking” threads.

found it...The Recipe Thread
BuckyB93 Offline
#299 Posted:
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A squirrel has ankles that can rotate 180°

https://uniquepetswiki.com/do-squirrels-have-thumbs/

This would have been helpful for me when sliding into 2nd base in a beer league softball game back in college and snapped an ankle. Doc that treated me said that I'd probably get arthritis in the joint when I get older. He wasn't wrong.

If only I had squirrel ankles...

Two NINE! NINE!
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#300 Posted:
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Church league sliding into home for me. My first career in the park HR. Took me 3 days to get it looked at because I swore it was just a sprain
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