Day: September 4, 2020

More You Know: Some of the Longest Living Animals

You think you want to live until 100?  Well, I don’t.  If it happens to be that way, then so be it.  Changing subjects, here are some animals that live longer than humans.  Warty Oreo is a fish that can live up to 140… Continue Reading “More You Know: Some of the Longest Living Animals”

Weekly Facts #36

Composting can be done in high altitudes and lower temperatures but with more patience and skill. Chris Putnam hacked into Facebook and made thousands of profiles to look like MySpace profiles and then Facebook hired him as an engineer. The oldest known brewery is… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #36”

Poem: Tick Tock

Tick tock, tick tock. The mouse ran up the clock. Cheese in its mouth and a mission on its mind. Tick tock, tick tock. It sits on top where I can’t reach. Peering down, taunting me. Tick tock, tick tock. The mouse won’t get… Continue Reading “Poem: Tick Tock”

Poem: Unscrambled Egg

whack it over the edge, hear the cracking, watch a little dribble out, bring it the above the pan, open the shell further, watch it drop onto the metal surface, listen to it sizzle, grab the spatula, not in the fried egg mood.

More You Know: The Most Successful Food Franchises that Started in the U.S.A.

Have you ever thought about opening up a franchise?  Not me.  Too much work.  Here are some of the ones most successful today although they started out small.  Kentucky Fried Chicken started in 1930 with headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky.  KFC was founded by Harlan… Continue Reading “More You Know: The Most Successful Food Franchises that Started in the U.S.A.”

Beginning September Quotes

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