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18 Jan 2018 15:46 #312499 by Arisaig
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Did you know "I can't believe it's not Butter" spread isn't butter? Mindblowing! ;P

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19 Jan 2018 09:43 #312557 by Brick
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Arisaig wrote: Did you know "I can't believe it's not Butter" spread isn't butter? Mindblowing! ;P


Sorry Ari, but I can't believe that :P

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19 Jan 2018 09:57 #312559 by JLSpinner
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During the peak of dial-up internet in the 1990s, over 50% of the world-wide C.D. production was for AOL. The total cost is estimated over $300 million dollars.


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19 Jan 2018 13:26 #312568 by vladucard
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I heard in a documentary about whales that a small child could swim through the veins of a blue whale with no issues.

any takers? ;)

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19 Jan 2018 16:40 #312589 by Kobos
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I'll try that, I'm not a small child but I'd just be like high cholesterol for a whale......

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21 Jan 2018 17:33 #312787 by ནའдհдཀ༑ནკ
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Only one University has had the #1 overall pick selected from both football and basketball in the same year, 2004

University of Utah
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21 Jan 2018 23:32 #312815 by Kyrin Wyldstar
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Kobos wrote: I'll try that, I'm not a small child but I'd just be like high cholesterol for a whale......



There is no try, there is only do. I have done this... and found it quite delightful although a bit slimy and occasionally confining.but in this pursiit I also discovered that a whales heart is as wide across as the height of an average human.

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22 Jan 2018 01:13 #312832 by Lykeios
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Ah, but did you know that newborn blue whales gain about 200 pounds a day in their first year?

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23 Jan 2018 12:40 #313043 by Brick
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Assuming that you're not a Flat Earther, most people generally agree that the Earth is spherical in nature. But did you know that it's exact shape is called an 'Oblate Spheroid'.

This means that it's like a sphere, but squashed in such a way that the top and bottom are a little flatter than the sides.

So the diameter from pole to pole is less than the diameter from equator to equator.

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23 Jan 2018 13:06 #313044 by Goken
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Brick wrote: Assuming that you're not a Flat Earther...


Did you know that the Flat Earth Society has members around the globe. ;)
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