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Old 12-22-2012, 10:29 AM   #121
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Thats like 4 posts about green coke. We get it.

Also, coke contained coca plant extracts, not processed cocaine. The results are the same, though intensity varies greatly between the two. It also contained Damiana, or Turnera diffusa, which is the plant allegedly used in the original creation of the margarita (mixed with tequila).

And lincoln kennedy is very mind blowing indeed.

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I didn't read the thread before I posted. So if I repeated one, sorry.

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I didn't read the thread before I posted. So if I repeated one, sorry.
All good, very interesting facts btw. Just dont want anyone else to say it again, lol. It is apparently not as rare of a fact as even I thought
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Did you guys know coke was originally green?
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Did you guys know coke was originally green?
You don't say?

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Apple liquer (brandy), along with hard cider and absinthe, were more common than todays alcohol in the 1700s US.
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Over 450 families were moved to establish Shenandoah National Park, some by force. One man in his 50's was picked up from his house by federal agents and carried out side, all the while singing national songs, like the star spangled banner. They then torched his home, as he continued to sing. A young mother had all her belongings loaded by agents into a wagon, then they used their horses to topple her chimney - in winter. Many of the artifacts recovered from these sites are stored at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA, in the basement. They are not available for the decendents to see, or cataloged, meaning hundreds of decendents have been deprived their private property just "because". The state has yet to authorize a position to do anything with these artifacts, despite the efforts of private groups fighting for the rights of the decendents.
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In 21st century America, many residents believed the end of the world would occur on Dec 21 2012. This was due to hype about a prediction the Maya were alleged to have made. They didn't.
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In 21st century America, many residents believed the end of the world would occur on Dec 21 2012. This was due to hype about a prediction the Maya were alleged to have made. They didn't.
It did!!
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It did!!
And we are in heaven now? So Jeeps will never break down again? All trails are legal? You CAN drive on a prius? Sweet!

And a fact: Toyota Motor Company was originally Toyoda Loom Company, making industrial looms. Mr Toyoda switched to cars, and it was determined by him and his team that Toyota was not only shorter, but more attractive to buyers in Japanese characters. There is not now, and never was, a Mr Toyota of the car dynasty.
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Pizza Hut and other pizza chains make a 125% profit on their pizzas
Papa John alledges he will cut workers pay because he can't afford to give his employees insurance. I alledge I no longer need his company for anything.
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Never gonna eat a PJ pizza again........ because of that $$$$$ mongering A-hole......and I REALLY liked his pizza.....


The Diesel engine was named after the man who invented it.
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George Washington didnt belong to a political party. He did not believe in them.

Also I will eat at Papa Johns any time I can. Elections have consquences.
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The first capable long range missle was the Nazi A4/V2 rocket.
The first jet fighter was the Nazi Messerschmitt 262.
The first Assault Rifle was the Nazi STG44, or Sturmgewehr 44 "Storm (Assault) Rifle".
The largest rifled weapon ever fired in combat was the Nazi Schwerer Gustav (Heavy Gustav) and sister gun Dora. They were 31" superheavy rail guns, fired shells weighing 11,000lbs(HE) & 16,000lbs(AP). The HE shell made a crater 30' dia & 30' deep while the AP went 23' into solid concrete. It was used to destroy a Russian munitions supply carved in bedrock beneath a bay. They could be effective at 30 miles.
Some of the first computers ever used were leased by IBMs German subsidiary to the Nazis, and were used to sort Jews, Gypsies, and others by all sorts of factors, from the beginning right up to the calculated murder of over 9 million of them.
The magnetic tape strip was invented by Nazi scientists, and the first recording with one is an audio recording of Hitler. This technology was specifically a target when we got to Germany, and the company Ampex got its start from raided Nazi technology.

They were bad, bad people, and did some insane things, but were also scientifically brilliantly ahead of the rest.
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The first capable long range missle was the Nazi A4/V2 rocket.
The first jet fighter was the Nazi Messerschmitt 262.
The first Assault Rifle was the Nazi STG44, or Sturmgewehr 44 "Storm (Assault) Rifle".
The largest rifled weapon ever fired in combat was the Nazi Schwerer Gustav (Heavy Gustav) and sister gun Dora. They were 31" superheavy rail guns, fired shells weighing 11,000lbs(HE) & 16,000lbs(AP). The HE shell made a crater 30' dia & 30' deep while the AP went 23' into solid concrete. It was used to destroy a Russian munitions supply carved in bedrock beneath a bay. They could be effective at 30 miles.
Some of the first computers ever used were leased by IBMs German subsidiary to the Nazis, and were used to sort Jews, Gypsies, and others by all sorts of factors, from the beginning right up to the calculated murder of over 9 million of them.
The magnetic tape strip was invented by Nazi scientists, and the first recording with one is an audio recording of Hitler. This technology was specifically a target when we got to Germany, and the company Ampex got its start from raided Nazi technology.

They were bad, bad people, and did some insane things, but were also scientifically brilliantly ahead of the rest.
We actually owe a lot. I don't know if can say was 'worth it' for their crimes but they contributed so much. And in many more ways than listed. How we treat patients freezing to death or almost drowning. Science owes them a lot. They were willing to violate moral laws to test on humans. The results have saved millions of lives. It was never their intent but society has been able to do a lot of good with their work. Some that we may have never discovered, some may have taken many years.
The Nazis also were first to use torch at Olympics, which we now view as very positive as well
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...It was never their intent but society has been able to do a lot of good with their work. Some that we may have never discovered, some may have taken many years.
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Actually a lot was intended to do good, just not for the international community. They were the first to publish and legally recognize asbestos as causing mesothelioma, creating worker protection laws about it, and were the first to link smoking and lung cancer while US docs were still making recomendations on brands.
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Birch is considered the lightest weight of the dense grained common hardwoods, and is typically found in cabinetry and furniture for these properties. It has a fine light color in it, with grain strayations that can very from grey and blue to green. It is very easy to work, except when cutting cross grain, as it is very prone to chipping along the cross cut lines.

Epay is on the other end; it is a hardwood native of South American rainforests. It has the same fire rating as concrete, which is not flammable, and is commonly used on boardwalks, such as in jersey and atlantic city where traditional cedar boardwalks had to be removed for overwintering to enable continued use of the planks. Epay may be left out and still will survive decades.
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Birch is considered the lightest weight of the dense grained common hardwoods, and is typically found in cabinetry and furniture for these properties. It has a fine light color in it, with grain strayations that can very from grey and blue to green. It is very easy to work, except when cutting cross grain, as it is very prone to chipping along the cross cut lines.

Epay is on the other end; it is a hardwood native of South American rainforests. It has the same fire rating as concrete, which is not flammable, and is commonly used on boardwalks, such as in jersey and atlantic city where traditional cedar boardwalks had to be removed for overwintering to enable continued use of the planks. Epay may be left out and still will survive decades.
I refer to it as Ipe and it is incredible. Naturally rot, termite resistant. I cook on a Big Green Egg (best home cooker/smoker known to man) and many members on forum who have more money than me use that for custom outdoor tables to hold Egg.
One day I hope to use to make a table of my own using that. But stainless steel is about same price.
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I refer to it as Ipe and it is incredible. Naturally rot, termite resistant. I cook on a Big Green Egg (best home cooker/smoker known to man) and many members on forum who have more money than me use that for custom outdoor tables to hold Egg.
One day I hope to use to make a table of my own using that. But stainless steel is about same price.
Probably is ipe, not sure I have seen it in print. Pronounced E-Pay, so that's how I rolls!

Fact: Phonetically is not spelled phonetically.

Also, get plenty of blades and drill bits before you start. They will burn right up, and you can't just run screws through it. Gotta predrill first. If you just want a table, check your local lumbar yard special order desk. Sometimes they will have small amounts a customer didn't want, or if you can piggyback on another order the price will drop bigtime. Usually the order minimum is the prohibitive cost of ipe. Bigbox stores will likely look at ya funny for bringin it up.
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Corel dinner ware is a product made from the material developed for nose cones of missiles.
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The hardest substance in the world is diamonds.

The hardest substance in the human body? Tooth enamel.

The wizard of oz is actually a movie describing the United States move away from the gold standard and onto paper money.

Oz. stands for ounce.
Follow the yellow brick road. The gold standard.
The palace of oz? Notice it green. Money is green.
Dorthys shoes were originally silver. Somehow correlating to the gold standard, but were red in the movie so that you could see them better.

There are more correlations. Look em up.

The palace of Versailles in France has more rooms than windows. (Over 2,300)

You are not allowed to take pictures inside the Sistine chapel.

Some people think Leonardo Da Vinci's painting the Mona Lisa was a picture of himself in drag.

The city of Pompeii was completely buried by ash and lava from a volcanic eruption. Stories are that some people were vaporized completely due to the heat, some preserved in a stone like manner, just as they were thousands of years ago when they died.

My grandfathers uncle was supposed to box for the USA in the Olympics. During a training session weeks before the bout, his nose was broken and was not allowed to fight.

Paris Hilton sued the person who distributed her sex tape without her permission. She then donated all of that money to charity.

Within the next few years an asteroid is supposed to pass within 150,000 miles of earth. (Closer than the moon is to earth)

The sun isn't technically on fire. It's actually a constant nuclear fusion of H3 molecules that form helium molecules and explode. Hense the radiation from the sun is similar to that of an atomic bomb.

It takes 8 minutes for light from the sun to reach earth. So technically, the last 8 minutes of your day the sun has stopped shining on that spot already.

Rubber comes from a tree.

The process in which rubber is hardened into things like tires is called vulcanization. This keeps the rubber rigid and sturdy, essentially indestructible until unvulcanized.

According to story, there will be three anti-Christs before the rapture. All three being evil, and each building on each other. Some have thought that Napoleon, the emperor of France was the first, and Hitler the second.

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Did you guys know coke was originally green?
I read somewhere that green was originally Coke.

And, Florida is larger by square miles (58,681) than Georgia (58,390)
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Lightning keeps plants alive. The intense heat of lightning forces nitrogen in the air to mix with oxygen, forming nitrogen oxides that are soluble in water and fall to the ground in rain. Plants need nitrates to survive, so without lightning, plants could not live.
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Lightning keeps plants alive. The intense heat of lightning forces nitrogen in the air to mix with oxygen, forming nitrogen oxides that are soluble in water and fall to the ground in rain. Plants need nitrates to survive, so without lightning, plants could not live.
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