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Vol.41 No.2[edit]

  • 12/15/2010
  • Esther Dyson. "The internet is like alcohol in some sense. It accentuates what you want to do anyway. If you want to be a loner, you can be more alone. If you want to connect it makes oirt easier to connect."
  • The largest irragated crop in the world is...not soybeans/corn/wheat but...grass; mostly in lawns , parks, and golf courses.
  • Judo means "the gentle way".
  • The first vending machines sold chewing gum. First installed in 1888 in railway stations in NYC.
  • Where did the name "duffle bag" come from? The town of Duffle in Belgium where the material used to make duffle bags was originally from.
  • Wild West performer Calamity Janes real name was Martha Jane Canary and she had 12 husbands, 11 of which met with untimely deaths.
  • colors of the rainbow: red orange yellow green blue indigo violet
  • Paul Revere was a silversmith.
  • 13th Amendment abolished slavery.
  • Fusilli is a kind of pasta.
  • There are 640 acres in one square mile.
  • Maslow hierarchy of needs. Fulfilling inner desires in terms of reaching your fullest potential as a human being. NY'er/1/04/2010l

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