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Tiny Coffee – other countries’ 2 oz coffees

First off, let me say that I love coffee. On most days, I have a large mug. So this is not about my understanding coffee. I get it. For its taste, health benefits, and physiological effects. These are the reasons … Continue reading

10. October 2013 by admin
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Eleven and Twelve, dozens, & twelve packs

Why aren’t eleven and twelve called oneteen and twoteen (Why isn’t Ovaltine called Roundtine)? Every other number greater than ten is a combination of some sort. Twenty-one, twenty-two, ninety-eight, one hundred and one – all of these follow the same … Continue reading

25. September 2013 by admin
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Ketchup – the white trash condiment

A condiment is supposed to compliment not mask the taste of food. Ketchup is a condiment that completely masks the taste of pretty much any food that it is placed on. What’s the point in having food if you can’t … Continue reading

24. September 2013 by admin
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Coins – worthless & unnecessary

Why are these things still created? At what value will these worthless pieces of economic exchange finally be deemed unnecessary and their production finally stopped? Around 700BC when coins started to be minted in China, India, and in the areas … Continue reading

19. June 2013 by admin
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