Ripley's Believe It or Not by John Graziano for February 14, 2019


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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  2 months ago

    here are the leaves (of which I wouldn’t mind having a taste):

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    Bilan  2 months ago

    Was a Japanese vacationing in Canada and accidentally drop the leaves into the poutine?

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    tornadoprevention  2 months ago

    Jurassic park brings them all together.

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    therese_callahan2002  2 months ago

    I think I’ll take a leaf of absence on that one.

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    EcurbYkspohs  2 months ago

    Red, Silver or Sugar Maple ? Must try that this spring ! :-)

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    jasonsnakelover  2 months ago

    They must’ve called it that because of farmers who slaughter their animals.

    Is the city of Mournful, Texas from the Walker Texas Ranger episode with Lee Majors a real city or a fictional one?

    Take care and may God bless.

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    Nathan Daniels Premium Member 2 months ago

    Right, it’s not MANslaughter Texas. They must eat a lot of bacon there.

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    Nathan Daniels Premium Member 2 months ago

    Also remember that one manslaughter is another man’s laughter.

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima Premium Member 2 months ago

    So, no law against killing people there, right?

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima Premium Member 2 months ago

    Yeah but we still managed to get them all together.

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    preacherman  2 months ago

    I guess the closeness eon wise between the T-rex and humans owes to the similarity of walking erect. Even the leg looks alike.

    Come to think of it, this T-rex looks a lot like the portrayals of Pres.Dump with his small hands. Even the facial expression is similar.

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    sousamannd  2 months ago

    come on, they have no solid idea about those pre-hysterical animal theories of time.

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    Alexikakos  2 months ago


    Here is something that is quite interesting.

    Did you know that there are raw maple leaves?

    The narrator, Setsuko Hisakuni, is translated really well in the subtitles.

    She actually makes them and the process is shown in its entirety.

    When in Japan, Deep-Fry Some Maple Leaves (2 Minutes 5 Seconds + commercial)




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    Radish Premium Member 2 months ago

    I’m younger than I thought.

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    petecocker  2 months ago

    Slaughter has no people; only had post office for 5 years way back. Nobody to kill= no homicides.

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    WmCraft Premium Member 2 months ago

    I’ll take a 6-count of Maple leaves with some maple syrup dipping sauce please.

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    Nicole   2 months ago

    For those wondering how fried maple leaves taste and how they are made: “They’re crispy and slightly sweet, yet the veins of the leaf taste a bit salty. Only yellow maple leaves are used and they can only be fried if they haven’t fallen off of the tree. After the perfect leaves are picked, they need to be soaked in salt water for almost a year. After that, they can be fried in batter with sugar and sesame.”


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    Stephen Gilberg  2 months ago

    So if I found a town called Rape, there’ll be no sexual assaults in it?

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    craigwestlake  2 months ago

    Great running speed would separate this human from either of them…

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