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Old 04-21-2009, 12:56 AM   #211
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- Hitler's diet was vegetarian; he ate mainly sweet rolls, pastries, and buttered vegetables. As a result of this he was known to pass gas all of the time from both ends.


- Also due to his diet, which caused him to sweat a lot, Hitler's body odor was terrible. He was known to shower two or three times a day and changed his uniform as well; and he still smelled.
This is interesting because a vegetarian diet wouldn't normally cause terrible body odor unlike a diet that consisted mainly of meat.
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This is interesting because a vegetarian diet wouldn't normally cause terrible body odor unlike a diet that consisted mainly of meat.
All the caffeine, sweets, and butter that he took in all the time caused him to pass a lot of gas.

He also was very fidgety and anxious which added to the reasons why he sweated a lot.
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All the caffeine, sweets, and butter that he took in all the time caused him to pass a lot of gas.
That's understandable, I was referring to the body odor caused by sweating.
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That's understandable, I was referring to the body odor caused by sweating.
The lack of control he had over his gas caused by his diet stunk up his heavy uniform.

I don't believe the sweat necessarily came from the diet, but the diet caused the gas and the fact that he was very nervous caused him to sweat all the time. His sugar attriubuted to his nervousness so all of this combined caused him to smell.
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The lack of control he had over his gas caused by his diet stunk up his heavy uniform.

I don't believe the sweat necessarily came from the diet, but the diet caused the gas and the fact that he was very nervous caused him to sweat all the time. His sugar attriubuted to his nervousness so all of this combined caused him to smell.
The diet itself wouldn't cause the excessive sweating nor would it contribute toward the body odor from the sweating but it would cause the gas problem.
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Apples are more efficient than caffeine in keeping people awake in the morning.
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The state of Nevada, as of now, is the only US state where brothels are allowed to operate legally.

The standard going rate for most of them is $100.00

You can be expected to pay about $300.00 every half-hour for the "services".

Paying for group activites or for a "well-known person" can go up to $2,500 an hour.
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People in nudist colonies play volleyball more than any other sport.
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John Quincy Adams is the first president to have his picture taken.
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Opponents of Andrew Jackson called him a jackass so much he decided to use it as the mascot for the Democratic party.


Andrew Jackson is the only administration where the United States was debt free.
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Matin Van Buren was born in 1782. He is the first American president. All presidents were born before America delcares its independence and thus were considered British subjects.
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Actor Vincent Price recorded a soundtrack for the Disneyland Paris "The Haunted Mansion" attraction where he is the narrator of the ride.

The work he did never wound up being used for the attraction; however you can find his recording on "The Haunted Mansion" soundtrack album.
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Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin were born on the same day, in the same year, February 12, 1809.
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There are no direct descendants of Abraham Lincoln.

Robert Todd Lincoln, the only son of Abraham and Marry Todd Lincoln to reach adulthood and marry, had three children: Mary, Abraham and Jessie. Mary's only child, Lincoln Isham, had no children. Abraham lived from 1873-1890 and had no children. Jessie had two children, Mary Beckwith and Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith, neither of which had any children.
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Last week, I watched an HBO Original mini-series about his father, John Adams. He was portrayed by Paul Giamatti. Long, but worth it. He was an interesting man. It was fantastic seeing how the birth of our nation took place. It's on DVD. I got it through Netflix.

http://www.netflix.com/Movie/John_Adams/70087091?trkid=222336&lnkctr=srchrd-sr&strkid=930297715_0_0

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0472027/
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