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So the VP has been a whore for a long time!!
 

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Did you know the filling in Kit Kats is made from damaged Kit Kats?

The folks at the Kit Kat factory sure know how to recycle! Whenever a Kit Kat bar is somehow made imperfect during production like air bubbles or some other issue, the chocolate bar isn’t thrown out. Instead, they ground up into a fine paste and turned into a filling that’s then incorporated back into the production process to create new Kit Kat bars!
 

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Did you know the filling in Kit Kats is made from damaged Kit Kats?

The folks at the Kit Kat factory sure know how to recycle! Whenever a Kit Kat bar is somehow made imperfect during production like air bubbles or some other issue, the chocolate bar isn’t thrown out. Instead, they ground up into a fine paste and turned into a filling that’s then incorporated back into the production process to create new Kit Kat bars!
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I don't think Willie Brown would use that exact language Arland? I doubt he'd give a good reference though either?
"What a country" :)
 

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Did you know in 1945, a balloon bomb launched by Japan landed in Oregon? It fell on a woman and five children, who died when it exploded. These were the only World War II casualties on US soil.
 

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Did you know... Tug of War used to be an Olympic sport! It was part of the Olympic schedule between 1900 and 1920 and occurred at 5 different Summer Olympic Games. The nation to win the most medals in this was Britain with 5 medals, then the USA with 3.
 

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Did you know... Tablecloths were originally designed to be used as one big, communal napkin. When they were first invented, guests were meant to wipe off their hands and faces on a tablecloth after a messy dinner party.
 

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Did you know there’s a Starbucks cup in every shot in Fight Club?
The urban legend may be false that there’s a Starbucks on every corner in every city but that’s not the case in the 1999 film, Fight Club. Starring Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, and Helena Bonham Carter, the infamous white coffee cup made it to every scene in the movie. Rumor has it this stunt was inspired by a line in the film, when Norton’s character explains, “When deep space exploration ramps up, it’ll be the corporations that name everything, the IBM Stellar Sphere, the Microsoft Galaxy, Planet Starbucks.”
 

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Did you know that since Europe uses the metric system, a McDonald's quarter pounder with Cheese is called a "Royale with Cheese?"

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Did you know... George Washington opened a whiskey distillery after his presidency. By 1799, Washington’s distillery was the largest in the country, producing 11,000 gallons of un-aged whiskey!
 
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Did you know that In 1835, Richard Lawrence, a nut who believed he was the King of England, attempted to assassinate President Andrew Jackson at a funeral.
Using two guns, he aimed and pulled both triggers.
Both guns misfired, and President Jackson, 67, damn near beat the man to near death with his cane.
One of the people who helped restrain Lawrence was Davy Crockett.
 
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