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  1. P P commented on Baldo 7 days ago

    …… and pay them $15 per hour.

  2. P P commented on Brevity 12 days ago

    Thanks for pointing out the misuse of beans in chili. Here are some winning recipes for chili: http://www.chilicookoff.com/Recipe/Recipe_WCCC_Recipes.asp?Cat=1

    Please note that not a single bean was harmed in the making of these chilis. Because they aren’t a chili ingredient!

  3. P P commented on Brevity about 1 month ago

    I don’t think hipsters really known what ironically means. It’s just a catchword that gets thrown about these days. “Random” is another one.

  4. P P commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 1 month ago

    I guess sheep farming in Turkey is a pretty lucrative business. I can’t imagine the charging station, laptop and internet access are cheap over there.

  5. P P commented on The Fusco Brothers about 1 month ago

    Gobi and Sahara?

  6. P P commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    I’ve always wondered how changing the clocks made any difference at all in how long the day was. If you want more daylight, get up earlier. I still sleep the same amount of time. The only difference with DST is that now the clocks are wrong when I wake up.

  7. P P commented on Trivquiz about 1 month ago

    That’s because they’re from over 18,000 years in the future. 20210

  8. P P commented on Brevity 2 months ago

    I’m surprised Rosie is on that site. You’d think cleaning up after Elroy and Astro would leave her no time for dating.

  9. P P commented on Off the Mark 3 months ago

    No, actually Tom Cruise played Charlie Babbitt. He was Raymond’s little brother and mispronounced his name.

  10. P P commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 4 months ago

    The philologist Johann Christoph Adelung states that the word has an origin in the Germanic vernacular where pumpern was a New High German synonym for being flatulent, and Nickel was a form of the name Nicholas, commonly associated with a goblin or devil (e.g. “Old Nick”, a familiar name for Satan), or more generally for a malevolent spirit or demon. Hence, pumpernickel is described as the “devil’s fart”, a definition accepted by the Stopes International Language Database, the publisher Random House, and by some English language dictionaries, including the Merriam-Webster Dictionary