Insulting Ways People Act ‘Irish’ on St. Patrick’s Day
13 Craziest Things Ever Used As Medicine
The 6 Most Terrifying Foods in the World
Encyclopedia Britannica Ends As We Know It
Print Edition ends after 244 years
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The Wrecking Crew – The musicians behind many great hits
Trivia Tidbit: The word “bonfire” comes from the contraction of bone fire, when the Celts used to burn animal bones to ward off evil spirits. There will be no burning of animal bones at tonight’s event, and I can’t make any guarantees about warding off evil either. Thanks Kay W
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A staple of people who eat disgusting food, is Hakari, or rotten shark. It is found in Iceland, where the stuff smells so bad that it can’t legally be stored anywhere near homes.
The one on The Wrecking Crew reminds me of an article I read on Tony Burrows. Maybe a lot of the older folks or those in the UK already else knew about this guy but I never knew about him until recently. I had tried to find all 3 of his performances from the one episode of Top of the Pops on youtube but I think maybe only 2 are there.
http://www.cracked.com/article_16951_the-6-most-sadistic-dishes-from-around-world.html These ones are way more terrifying (in response to scary food link)
It was with great pleasure that I was able to wrap myself in an Irish flag, drink some mouse fetus wine, and read about the ‘Wrecking Crew’. I had heard of those musicians before, but never realized that they had such a strong résumé. Anybody wanna buy some ‘Milli Vanilli’ cassettes?
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