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March 24, 2008

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Geo

Thanks for that info Bean!

Vic Rattler

You didn't know Kryptonite was a real element? And zombies can't run because they're non-existant.

Steven

I can believe the broccoli and brussel sprouts thing with men. Those are gassy vegetables, and women don't like to let them rip as much as men do.

Todd

Vic, you are thinking of Krypton, the element.

The story referenced here is about a mineral with the exact specifications of the Kryptonite described in one of the Superman movies.I remember reading it at the time it was in the news.

Alright, the dust mites thing is so gross!

Melika

i googled the dishcloth thing and look what i came across:
"Microwave warning after dishcloth starts fire"
to read more:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2007/jan/26/uknews4.mainsection1

dana

Interesting. That's twice in one day that I've seen the Brits refer to the subject of manipulating numbers as "maths" (see the pi article). See also British author Mark Haddon's "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time", which I just started.

Elissa

Bean, I appreciate your Autism. That dishcloth fact was nothing but helpful!

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