No antibiotics or even sulfa drugs in those days.
Try visiting your local newspaper during a press run. The paper I worked for had everybody in the back 1/3 of the building wearing hearing protection during runs. My office was across a hall from the air-gapped press room, and I could barely use my monitor when the Goss Metro offset press was at full speed. And the press had its own foundation! (“Web” refers to the gargantuan rolls of paper that feed the press.)
Scientists can turn nearly anything organic (carbon based) into diamonds because of the high volume of carbon. Now, turning diamonds into peanut butter would be a trick!
I carried a Victorinox Swiss Army knife from junior high through college, a couple of Buck folders through most of my career, and now carry a Benchmade Vector folder in retirement. Handiest tool in my inventory. Never put on pants without one in the pocket.
Can’t be. No VanDyke or goatee.
“Cogito, ergo sum.” Or, in your case “Putas ergo es.”
A falling tree doesn’t make sound, it makes pressure waves that our ears translate into sound.
All those gumballs will be a good “rummaging detector,” kind of like marbles in your bathroom’s medicine cabinet when you have guests.
Food, furniture, and shelter. Thank you, tree!