Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Cutlass, May 24, 2013.
Why would anyone need a strategic maple syrup reserve o_O?
In case Quebec separates, of course. They need a base for their new currency.
You can't eat money or gold but can always eat some syrup!
Hey, @Owen Glyndwr
TIL there was very nearly a Super Nintendo-based banking system released in the US from Transdirect. The Japanese got this functionality back with the Famicom.
TIL that brussel sprouts are nicer than they used to be:
Link in cartoon
Hmmr, see I always liked brussle sprouts. This makes me wonder if I never ate the old cultivar or if the memetic effect made them out to be more awefull then they are.
The root is what makes it bitter. Cut off the root.
(The last time I posted this, Tim swooped in to throw me into the public stocks for my use of the word "root." But you get the idea.)
TIL that @Cutlass has dropped his avatar and and made is account private.
There's a maple syrup cartel. Maple syrup is serious business.
You don't need avatars or accounts to access fiftychat. Guest mode FTW.
Today I learned that some autoimmune disorders can be treated by giving the patient a parasitic infestation.
Have a look again: this is being researched, and is not an accepted therapy for anything.
our collaboration partners have a few trials with these worms running, and there it's currently about safety and immunological effects in humans.
I actually don't know if they're looking at them for therapeutic reasons, or just to study treatmeant, should maybe ask .
It's still very interesting .
TIL that refined peanut oil can be safely used by those with peanut allergies.
Kemal Atatürk was from Tessaloniki and it feels weird to say that
Some say he was the greatest Greek of all time
Wow, that is nuts.
I have no original thoughts, so I'll just post someone elses'.
Friendly non-sarcastic advice: don't ever say that in public.
on the contrary I would advise everyone to express that sentiment very clearly in as many public occasions as possible
Separate names with a comma.