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    that persistence to end goals is key in life...(knowledge all others got..)

    and many Gooners cannot accept others hold different opinions to them (we evil Arsene out people....we're responsible for creating and spreading Ebola...)
    Good result (vs. Soton)...still have to go #Arsene

    Tengo los conocimientos estardiar....no hay un motivo para estar al tanto de la reunión que sucedió hace mucho tiempo ....

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    Not so grumpy now! Cat that became an internet star has made its owner £64million ($99 million) --- not bad for a two year old.
    It's important to thumbs down all your favorite Youtube videos. You don't want these artists to get big heads and start producing subpar material.

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    That I have more of a sack than I give myself credit for.

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    That if you cough hard enough your eyeball can pop out.

    I mean, no shit, but......

    Thanks, Untold Stories of the ER

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    I learned that I don't really know very much about myself at all.
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    Sylvester Graham invented the Graham cracker as a means to quell the sexual urges that lead to masturbation.

    Inspired by his religious ardor to save mankind, Graham encouraged people to take control of their health by repressing their carnal urges. These were easily stimulated by an all-American diet of flavorful, fatty, and meaty dishes. In Graham's view, the correlation between sex and health was simple: the more immoral the activity, the more bodily harm was done. And there was much immorality that needed suppressing. Graham made his name by giving popular speeches admonishing masturbation, believing it to "inflame the brain more than natural arousal," and therefore resulting in insanity. Sex more than once a month was downright pathological.
    Looking to Quell Sexual Urges? Consider the Graham Cracker
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Sylvester Graham invented the Graham cracker as a means to quell the sexual urges that lead to masturbation.
    It's like Kellogg's Corn Flakes. Is there a specialty section in grocery stores that's stocked with all the anti-masturbation food?
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    Thank you Vox for this eye opening article:

    "1) You produce about 500 to 1500 milliliters of gas per day, and expel it in 10 to 20 farts

    2) 99 percent of the gas you produce does not smell

    3) As this AsapScience video explains, experiments have confirmed that we find the smell of our own farts less offensive than others'.

    The reason: we become habituated to all smells over time. That's why you might notice a scent walking into a stranger's house, but seldom do for your own."

    Everybody farts. But here are 9 surprising facts about flatulence you may not know.

    I already knew the other 6 facts.
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    There is an amazing cover of "Blue Christmas" by Porky Pig.

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