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  1. barefoottech commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 1 day ago

    India and Bangladesh has very interesting borders. A geopolitical curiosity is that there are 92 Bangladeshi exclaves, with a total area of 47.7 km² in Cooch-Behar. Similarly, there are 106 Indian exclaves inside Bangladesh, with a total area of 69.5 km². There is even a couple of enclaves of India which are inside an enclave of Bangladesh that is in India. There are a large number of instances where the border goes straight through a house. Similiar things occur in other parts of the world. Even the US State of Minnesota has a small part inside Canada on the northern west side of Lake Superior.

  2. barefoottech commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 29 days ago

    Try using it yourself for your chinese assertions

  3. barefoottech commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 29 days ago

    How can you state “Most of the worlds population” when at 1.4billion it has only 30%.
    Mandarin or standard Chinese is the most commonly spoken language with 1 billion speaking as their First language.

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

    Idiots
    Those Aussie GOLD coins have a LEGAL tender value, but will cost you a premium price on the Spot value of GOLD.
    You can’t buy them for the Minted legal tender value. For example the Aussie Kangaroo Costs currently $5050 AUD but has a legal tender value of $200

  5. barefoottech commented on Pickles about 1 month ago

    Must be an American thing, Aussie receipts have the coupons on the back. Most receipts only 3 to 5 inches long

  6. barefoottech commented on Aunty Acid 3 months ago

    exactly

  7. barefoottech commented on Loose Parts 4 months ago

    Or use a rotary encoder and push buttons with a microcontroller chip . Modern practical and doable. Rheostat / SPST switches are so OLD SCHOOL.

  8. barefoottech commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 5 months ago

    Because it was intended to be a arrival/departure port for them.

  9. barefoottech commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 5 months ago

    It was due to regulations and restrictions on the sale of BUTTER substitutes due to the powerful dairy industry. Australia also had regulations governing margarine sales for years. Could not be advertised as table margarine only as COOKING margarine.

  10. barefoottech commented on Speechless 6 months ago

    Should have gone to SpecSavers