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Old 05-28-2018, 02:14 PM   #331
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How about this;

Robert DeNiro took driving lessons to earn a CDL-B license so he could drive the buses used in the movie "A Bronx Tale."

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McDonalds calls frequent buyers of their food “heavy users.”
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No we pronounce "pint" with a long"I" sound as in pie.


Okay, that was really embaressing.
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No problem. You shouldn't be embarrassed. The English language has a lot of oddball spellings and pronunciations. Your English is very good! I can speak a little(very little) German . My dad tried to teach us German but he wasn't successful. My siblings and I were a hopeless case! So I think that someone who can speak multiple languages is very very cool. I admire that!
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The most commonly used letter in the alphabet is E.
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DYK that . . the Erie SeaWolves in Erie, Pennsylvania, a A team for the Detroit Tigers, held a "Sugar Rush Night", which included hot dogs with COTTON CANDY as a bun with Nerds topping.
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In Italian cuisine, cappuccino (or any coffee w/ milk) are meant for the morning. Espresso w/o milk is used for after dinner.

Reasoning is so one doesn't fill up their stomach with a lot of milk after a meal, so coffee w/ milk is only for the morning.
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Did You Know...

Happy Days began as a pilot in 1971 called "New Family in Town," which was produced by Garry Marshall for ABC. The pilot contained some of the same characters (Richie, Howard, Marion, and Potsie) and some of the same actors (Ron Howard, Marion Ross, and Anson Williams). Mr. Cunningham was played by actor Harold Gould.
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Here's at tidbit I learned about today while surfing the web.

Doritos originated at Disneyland!
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Happy Days began as a pilot in 1971 called "New Family in Town," which was produced by Garry Marshall for ABC. The pilot contained some of the same characters (Richie, Howard, Marion, and Potsie) and some of the same actors (Ron Howard, Marion Ross, and Anson Williams). Mr. Cunningham was played by actor Harold Gould.
it was a segment on the show "LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE" on ABC; didn't have Fonzie and Ralph and Arnolds looked different (I think it also had a different name) and the Cunninghams house was different.
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McDonalds calls frequent buyers of their food “heavy users.”
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M&M's chocolate stands for the initials for its inventors Mars and Murrie
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DYK, that there are about 169 volcanoes in the United States that scientists consider active. Most of these are located in Alaska, where eruptions occur virtually every year.
Alaska has 130 volcanoes!
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Watermelon is one of summer’s best summer treats. Did you know that watermelons are not a fruit, but a vegetable instead? They belong to the cucumber family of vegetables.
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Clark Gable showered 4 times each day and manscaped his arms and chest.

Gable probably had OCD.
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