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Izzy Quigley
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I learned that springing a mouse trap with a piece of chalk can create a very impressive mess.

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A Viennese fellow is walking along the Karntner Strasse and notices a banana peel lying in his path. "Alas," he sighs, "now I must slip and fall down!"

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Rhea
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I learned a lot today...

- the use of the term "Jaws of Life" exposes you as a newbie; the correct term appears to be "Spreaders" (I then proceeded to find out what "Jaws of Life" are)
- I can climb through a car window if I want to
- how to turn on an ambulance's siren
- one trip with an emergency helicopter costs $9000
- accident drills are fun

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Izzy Quigley
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quote:
Originally posted by Rhea:
I learned a lot today...

- the use of the term "Jaws of Life" exposes you as a newbie; the correct term appears to be "Spreaders" (I then proceeded to find out what "Jaws of Life" are)
- I can climb through a car window if I want to
- how to turn on an ambulance's siren
- one trip with an emergency helicopter costs $9000
- accident drills are fun

You had me worried until I got to the last one. [Eek!]

Now I'm just jealous. [Wink]

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A Viennese fellow is walking along the Karntner Strasse and notices a banana peel lying in his path. "Alas," he sighs, "now I must slip and fall down!"

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Jay Temple
It Came Upon a Midnight Clearance


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I learned that if the picture you use for your computer wallpaper doesn't extend all the way to the borders, when you exit a software package, the photo portion of the desktop is restored first, followed by the blank space (or was it the other way)?

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"Well, it looks we're on our own ... again."--Rev. Lovejoy

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NeeCD
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quote:
Originally posted by Lainie:
Today I learned two new US/UK word differences: What we call rutabaga is called swede, or yellow squash, in the UK; and what we call zucchini is called courgette.

So what do they call the thing that we call yellow squash? Rutabagas look more like turnips than squash, anyway. Now I'm just confused...

ETRemove an errant apostrophe.

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I wondered why the Frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
What does "Bookachow", "YOMANK!" and other lingo mean?

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Eddylizard
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quote:
Originally posted by NeeCD:
quote:
Originally posted by Lainie:
Today I learned two new US/UK word differences: What we call rutabaga is called swede, or yellow squash, in the UK; and what we call zucchini is called courgette.

So what do they call the thing that we call yellow squash? Rutabaga's look more like turnips than squash, anyway. Now I'm just confused...
Rutabaga is not a squash, and is not referred to as a yellow squash It's a root vegetable. I would call it a swede or a turnip.

A squash is referred to a XYZ name squash.

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"Ladies and gentlemen, this is what is commonly known as money. It comes in all sizes, colours, and denominations - like people."

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Four Kitties
Layaway in a Manger


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I learned that red squirrels, during particularly harsh winters, will sometimes gnaw into the trunks of trees and eat the sap when they're short of food.

Julia Kitten told me that this morning -- she's been watching Animal Planet recently. She was very excited to have taught Mommy something new!

Four Kitties

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Lainie
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quote:
Originally posted by Eddylizard:
quote:
Originally posted by NeeCD:
quote:
Originally posted by Lainie:
Today I learned two new US/UK word differences: What we call rutabaga is called swede, or yellow squash, in the UK; and what we call zucchini is called courgette.

So what do they call the thing that we call yellow squash? Rutabaga's look more like turnips than squash, anyway. Now I'm just confused...
Rutabaga is not a squash, and is not referred to as a yellow squash It's a root vegetable. I would call it a swede or a turnip.

A squash is referred to a XYZ name squash.

The confusion is all my fault: I typed "yellow squash" when I meant "yellow turnip."

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bthyb
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I learned that a chupchik is a little mark used in Hebrew to indicate a sound that is not originally part of that language - it's added to a letter with a "t" sound, for instance, to make a "th" sound (which does not occur in Hebrew).

Actually, I knew that the mark existed, but I never knew what it was called.

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If you say you love ice cream, you better be dreaming of an orgy with Ben, Jerry, and one fine-ass chunky monkey.

-- My sister and poet extraordinaire, Joanna Hoffman

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NeeCD
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quote:
Originally posted by Lainie:
The confusion is all my fault: I typed "yellow squash" when I meant "yellow turnip."

I can certainly see that, it does look like a yellow turnip, after all. But rutabaga is much more fun to say. [Smile]

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I wondered why the Frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
What does "Bookachow", "YOMANK!" and other lingo mean?

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Barbara
Layaway in a Manger


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quote:
Originally posted by Four Kitties:
I learned that red squirrels, during particularly harsh winters, will sometimes gnaw into the trunks of trees and eat the sap when they're short of food.

Julia Kitten told me that this morning -- she's been watching Animal Planet recently. She was very excited to have taught Mommy something new!

You tell her that's why Senator McCarthy had it in for the reds.

Barbara "it was a sap thing" Mikkelson

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Four Kitties
Layaway in a Manger


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quote:
Originally posted by Barbara:
quote:
Originally posted by Four Kitties:
I learned that red squirrels, during particularly harsh winters, will sometimes gnaw into the trunks of trees and eat the sap when they're short of food.

Julia Kitten told me that this morning -- she's been watching Animal Planet recently. She was very excited to have taught Mommy something new!

You tell her that's why Senator McCarthy had it in for the reds.

Barbara "it was a sap thing" Mikkelson

Absolutely not! She's only 5! I'm still sheltering her from many of the harsh realities of life, such as sales taxes, Fred Phelps, and McCarthyism.

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If swimming is so good for your figure, how do you explain whales?

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Rhea
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quote:
Originally posted by Drizzly Quigley:
quote:
Originally posted by Rhea:
I learned a lot today...

- the use of the term "Jaws of Life" exposes you as a newbie; the correct term appears to be "Spreaders" (I then proceeded to find out what "Jaws of Life" are)
- I can climb through a car window if I want to
- how to turn on an ambulance's siren
- one trip with an emergency helicopter costs $9000
- accident drills are fun

You had me worried until I got to the last one. [Eek!]

Now I'm just jealous. [Wink]

It was great! [Smile]

I got to ride the ambulance, sirens and flashing lights etc. (I couldn't drive it because of the insurance, but we scared the hell out of the football team and that alone is so worth it.)

We got to wreck cars and rescue people, one of which had a kilo of cocaine stashed in his trunk, and fled from the scene (so that Campus Security could join in, too. They didn't catch him until he stopped on his own. A lot of people lost faith in our Campus Security yesterday. [Wink] )

And the helicopter people are a nice bunch, although, despite all our hints, they didn't take us for a ride (might have something to do with those 9000 dollars.)

But as I learned today, sometimes you pull a muscle if you do stuff like that. Youch.

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Lainie
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Today I learned that an osteopaths in the UK, unlike osteopaths in the US, are not fully qualified physicians.

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Dieter Meyer
Deck the Malls


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I learned that the national anthem of the South Pacific island nation of Vanuato bears the title "Yumi, Yumi, Yumi". [lol]

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"Soyons désinvoltes; n'ayons l'air de rien" - Noir Désir

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Breedle
I'm Dreaming of a White Sale


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I learned that not all parts of the United States use or know what the word stoked is. As in, "I am really stoked to go see the movie with you" My friend from Arizona told me she never heard it before she moved up here.
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Auntie Witch
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I learned that if your kid hides your book with a leaking sippy cup full of milk, you can iron each page individually to dry it up quickly with minimal wrinkling. Note I said "minimal" and not "no". But at least I saved the book!

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"Feel my head! I feel like a puppy!" -My mother
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
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DAnnino
The First USA Noel


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I learned that the Koran is chanted to a trope similar to chanting the Torah. I forget what it's called, but it has a specific name.

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"I grok when apes learn to laugh, they'll be people."

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Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush
O Come Let Us Adore Sales


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I learned that condensation is a WARMING process (it took me a good hour of re-reading a single paragraph to finally get WHY)

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My mom, about my nervousness with Jeopardy!: "Don't worry about it. Just get drunk and you'll do fine."
Blog Just call me Mickey 2

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Troodon
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quote:
Originally posted by Mickey is a weather girl:
I learned that condensation is a WARMING process (it took me a good hour of re-reading a single paragraph to finally get WHY)

Chemistry class?

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Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush
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quote:
Originally posted by Troodon:
quote:
Originally posted by Mickey is a weather girl:
I learned that condensation is a WARMING process (it took me a good hour of re-reading a single paragraph to finally get WHY)

Chemistry class?
Physical science. Mix physics, chemistry, geology, and astronomy (is that it?) into 16 weeks, and that's my class.

Edit: as hard as I tried to keep in mind that it's astroNOMY, my fingers still spelled astroLOGY.

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My mom, about my nervousness with Jeopardy!: "Don't worry about it. Just get drunk and you'll do fine."
Blog Just call me Mickey 2

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i have learnt that if one of my team at work is on holidays, it's inevitable the other person will be sick in that time leaving me alone. And i have learnt doing the work of at least two people is ot fun either.

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Jason Threadslayer
Let There Be PCs on Earth


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quote:
Originally posted by DAnnino:
I learned that the Koran is chanted to a trope similar to chanting the Torah. I forget what it's called, but it has a specific name.

Christian liturgies were originally chanted the same way as Jewish, although there has been varying amounts of change in the last 2000 years in various places.

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Turing test failures: 6

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Don Enrico
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quote:
Originally posted by Mickey is a weather girl:
Physical science. Mix physics, chemistry, geology, and astrology (is that it?) into 16 weeks, and that's my class.

I do hope it is astronomy ...

[Smile]

Don "Leo - the constellation, not the sign" Enrico

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Mickey is a Hanukkah Bush
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Thank you...I was working on half-power...I'll edit

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My mom, about my nervousness with Jeopardy!: "Don't worry about it. Just get drunk and you'll do fine."
Blog Just call me Mickey 2

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I learned that there are three forms of Usher Syndrome, that each develop differently, and that there is a particular gene that makes up a large percentage of Usher Syndrome 1 in the Ashkenazi Jewish population.

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My mom, about my nervousness with Jeopardy!: "Don't worry about it. Just get drunk and you'll do fine."
Blog Just call me Mickey 2

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I've discovered I find an average of 3 cents a day in the parking lots of my apartment complex. Some days I find only pennies; today I found 45 cents. It may not seem like a lot, but collecting an average of 3 cents a day gives me an extra $11 at the end of the year, enough to buy a nice meal or several used paperbacks. [Smile]

I also just found out (in another thread) that until recently, a lot of snopesters thought pineapples grow on trees! This seems really silly to me, but I sometimes forget I was raised in a land of tropical fruit, where pineapples grow easily in sunny areas with dry soils.

Fun fact for the day: Pineapples and Spanish moss are members of the bromiliad family.

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Won't somebody please think of the adults!

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A co-worker of mine told a story to me, today, that I had thought smacked of urbanlegendesqueness. But, thanks to Barbara, I've learned that his story mostly checks out: A large percentage of U.S. currency does bear traces of cocaine. Huh. Thanks again, Barbara.

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Rhiandmoi
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I learned that whoever runs the US Copyright Office website has a sense of humor:

quote:
How do I protect my sighting of Elvis?
Copyright law does not protect sightings. However, copyright law will protect your photo (or other depiction) of your sighting of Elvis. Just send it to us with a Form VA application and the filing fee. No one can lawfully use your photo of your sighting, although someone else may file his own photo of his sighting. Copyright law protects the original photograph, not the subject of the photograph.



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I think that hyperbole is the single greatest factor contributing to the decline of society. - My friend Pat.

What is .02 worth?

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quote:
Originally posted by Rhiandmoi:
I learned that whoever runs the US Copyright Office website has a sense of humor:

quote:
How do I protect my sighting of Elvis?
Copyright law does not protect sightings. However, copyright law will protect your photo (or other depiction) of your sighting of Elvis. Just send it to us with a Form VA application and the filing fee. No one can lawfully use your photo of your sighting, although someone else may file his own photo of his sighting. Copyright law protects the original photograph, not the subject of the photograph.


[lol] [lol] [lol]

Priceless! I shall remember this fondly the next time I am rereading for the 10th time some dry government document!

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So does the U.S. Post Office:

How to Pack a Hippo

Seaboe

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DAnnino
The First USA Noel


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quote:
Originally posted by SeabooMuffinchucker:
So does the U.S. Post Office:

How to Pack a Hippo

Seaboe

That is so Airplane-esque! [lol]

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DAnnino
The First USA Noel


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quote:
Originally posted by Jason Threadslayer:
quote:
Originally posted by DAnnino:
I learned that the Koran is chanted to a trope similar to chanting the Torah. I forget what it's called, but it has a specific name.

Christian liturgies were originally chanted the same way as Jewish, although there has been varying amounts of change in the last 2000 years in various places.
Now I can add your piece of information to my pile.

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I learned you can't get dead mouse smell out of students' papers. It's best to correct and record in the open air, then dispose of the stinky ones. Also its best to be honest with your students about what happened to their work (they thought it was hilariously gross, but that's junior high for you).

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I have learned that people think it's really clever when i toast my sandwich at work in the al foil i wrapped it in. No people this is just me being incredibly lazy and not wanting to clean the damn thing after i've used it.

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