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    The average human small intestine is about 16 feet (5 m) long.

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    The word monkey is one of the most commonly hacked passwords.
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    Iambic Pentameter is probably the single most commonly used meter in English language poetry, and quatrains written in "Ballad Form" the next most common. If we allow the definition of poetry to encompass musical lyrics as well, however, there is no meter employed more often than the humble Ballad.
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    this year, more people will file for bankruptcy than graduate from college.

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    Salmon, a species of fish, are known to swim upstream from the open ocean (often as much as 200 miles) to lay their eggs. They lay their eggs before dying in about the same location that the said Salmon hatched, swim downstream to enter the ocean. The cycle then continues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    this year, more people will file for bankruptcy than graduate from college.
    That's just frightening.


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    Contrary to popular opinion, the Earth was known as being spherical since ancient times (at the very least since the acient Greeks, which left a written report).
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Contrary to popular opinion, the Earth was known as being spherical since ancient times (at the very least since the acient Greeks, which left a written report).
    This is true. Popular opinion was confused by heliocentric theory, which was conceived by Galileo much later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    Salmon, a species of fish, are known to swim upstream from the open ocean (often as much as 200 miles) to lay their eggs. They lay their eggs before dying in about the same location that the said Salmon hatched, swim downstream to enter the ocean. The cycle then continues.
    This is also true. In a similar vein, Japanese culture reveres carp for its persistence. In fact, many Japanese mothers encourage their sons to become strong and driven, just like those frisky little carps.

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