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    Plastic wrap
    is that hard for ESTPs to get off? I thought they'd be awesome at removing plastic wrap
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    Grumpy Cat's real name is Tartar Sauce.
    Senator Rand Paul is alive because of modern medicine and because his attacker punches like a girl.
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    Some memories can be transferred by injecting peptides of one brain into another brain. Rats have a startle reponse to the ringing of a bell, but the response disappears after the rat has heard the sound a couple times. If you ring a bell, then kill the rat, and transfer the peptides from that brain to another rat who hasn't heard the sound, the rat doesn't exhibit the startle response anymore.

    The "close door" button on most elevators is a dummy button for dummies who aren't patient enough to wait for the door to close. It's purely decorative, not functional.

    From Pawn Stars: Nicola Tesla dumped his actress girlfriend because she was too distracting and ended up falling in love with a pigeon.

    Left-handed men in the US make about $2500 less than right-handed men and female lefties earn $3400 less than female righties.
    Senator Rand Paul is alive because of modern medicine and because his attacker punches like a girl.
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    Spinosaurus aegypticus most likely lived a semi-aquatic life, feeding on fish and other marine life. Despite its massive size, larger than T. Rex, it would almost certainly never have eaten anything larger than a big fish or amphibian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    is that hard for ESTPs to get off? I thought they'd be awesome at removing plastic wrap
    wrong type... and I'm not to remove the plastic covering... that would be a very bad thing and I prefer to remain employed as long as I'm making them pay for my schooling

    however, found another copy... disappointingly it's about how NOT to get poisoned... my option would have been so much more thrilling!

    today I learned that the dog loves cheese more than he loves us... ungrateful bastard (though adorable and speckled, nonetheless)
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    wrong type... and I'm not to remove the plastic covering... that would be a very bad thing and I prefer to remain employed as long as I'm making them pay for my schooling

    however, found another copy... disappointingly it's about how NOT to get poisoned... my option would have been so much more thrilling!

    today I learned that the dog loves cheese more than he loves us... ungrateful bastard (though adorable and speckled, nonetheless)
    i remember the psa's as a kid saying don't take strange candy off the table cuz it could be drugs and you might become a junkie and your brain will turn into a scramble egg or you'll die. I could go for smarties right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    i remember the psa's as a kid saying don't take strange candy off the table cuz it could be drugs and you might become a junkie and your brain will turn into a scramble egg or you'll die. I could go for smarties right now
    already went with a lovely bag of sour gummy worms... they were delicious and gone way too quickly

    mostly I remember psas about brains and drugs and such and they were all eggs... maybe that's why I don't like eggs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    already went with a lovely bag of sour gummy worms... they were delicious and gone way too quickly

    mostly I remember psas about brains and drugs and such and they were all eggs... maybe that's why I don't like eggs!
    i remember those. rachael leigh cook starred in one
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    i remember those. rachael leigh cook starred in one
    I remember that one... that looked FUN!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I remember that one... that looked FUN!
    no snorting heroin, please
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