Recovering from a break-up is similar to kicking a drug addiction, according to brain scans

Post First Published: 2/09/2022 8:46 PM A relationship breakup leaves many people feeling sick, distressed and depressed. And science has proved that pain is justified – but there is a way to move on from these feelings. This Article Excerpt Is From: Why is a Breakup Like a Drug Withdrawal? By OpenHouse If you useContinue reading “Recovering from a break-up is similar to kicking a drug addiction, according to brain scans”

Leo Fender, Founder And Inventor Of Fender Guitars Could Not Play Guitar.

Post First Published: 26/08/2022 From : Eight Things You May Not Know About Leo Fender By Fender.com ARTISTS 8 Things You Might Not Know About Leo Fender In celebration of what would have been his 108th birthday. By Pauline France More than 70 years ago, Leo Fender founded Fender and subsequently changed the face ofContinue reading “Leo Fender, Founder And Inventor Of Fender Guitars Could Not Play Guitar.”

Seven Percent Of All American Adults Believe That Chocolate Milk Comes From Brown Cows.

13/08/2022 Seven percent of all American adults believe that chocolate milk comes from brown cows, according to a nationally representative online survey commissioned by the Innovation Center of U.S. Dairy. If you do the math, that works out to 16.4 million misinformed, milk-drinking people. The equivalent of the population of Pennsylvania (and then some!) does notContinue reading “Seven Percent Of All American Adults Believe That Chocolate Milk Comes From Brown Cows.”

Tsundoku is the act of acquiring books and not reading them.

12/08/2022 Picture From BuzzFeed Article: 17 Spectacular Bookshops In Australia To See Before You Die There’s A Japanese Word For People Who Buy More Books Than They Can Actually Read Hello, fellow book hoarders. By Katherine Brooks Apr 19, 2017, 05:00 PM EDT| Updated Apr 23, 2017 Book hoarding is a well-documented habit. In fact, most literaryContinue reading Tsundoku is the act of acquiring books and not reading them.”

Portland was named by a coin flip.

11/08/2022 How did Portland get its name? (And who doesn’t know the right answer?) KARI CHISHOLM  It’s a story that every third-grader in Oregon knows. As recounted by PDXHistory.com: Portland got its name when Asa Lovejoy and Francis Pettygrove flipped a coin in 1845. Lovejoy was from Massachusetts and he wanted to name the new settlementContinue reading “Portland was named by a coin flip.”

Apple’s iPhone has higher sales than everything Microsoft has to offer.

10/08/2022 From: Apple’s iPhone Is Now Worth More Than All Of Microsoft. Forbes. By Tim Worstall. Aug 19, 2012,08:43am EDT This is an entirely stunning statistic: Apple‘s iPhone sales are now worth more than all of Microsoft: One Apple product, something that didn’t exist five years ago, has higher sales than everything Microsoft has to offer. More than Windows,Continue reading “Apple’s iPhone has higher sales than everything Microsoft has to offer.”

The iPhone only exists because Steve Jobs ‘hated this guy at Microsoft’

Post First Published: 8/08/2022 Post Updated: 27/08/2022 Via https://www.theguardian.com/ – The iPhone only exists because Steve Jobs ‘hated this guy at Microsoft’ – Samuel Gibbs 21 June 2017 If it wasn’t for one particular executive at Microsoft, whom Steve Jobs seemingly hated with a passion, Apple may never have created the iPhone or iPad. Recounting the storyContinue reading “The iPhone only exists because Steve Jobs ‘hated this guy at Microsoft’”

The inventor of Vaseline used to eat a spoonful of it every day.

Post First Published: 7/08/2022 1:17 PM Post First Updated: 20 September 2022 4:04 PM Sir Robert Augustus Chesebrough, (January 9, 1837 – September 8, 1933) was an American chemist. He discovered petroleum jelly, which he marketed as Vaseline, and founded the Chesebrough Manufacturing Company. Sir Robert Chesebrough started his career as a chemist who refined kerosene from the oil of theContinue reading “The inventor of Vaseline used to eat a spoonful of it every day.”

Chocolate magnate Milton Hershey cancelled his reservations for the Titanic due to last minute business matters.

Chocolate magnate Milton Hershey cancelled his reservations for the Titanic due to last minute business matters. Read More Articles:

At any given time, 0.7% of the world is drunk. So 50 million people are drunk right now.

First Published May 12th 2022 Updated 12/08/2022 At any given time, 0.7% of the world is drunk. So 50 million people are drunk right now. https://wc.arizona.edu/papers/96/115/01_6.html Belarus, a small landlocked country in Europe, consumed the greatest average number of liters of pure alcohol per capita. On average, its citizens consumed 14.4 liters each year, over 1.5 timesContinue reading “At any given time, 0.7% of the world is drunk. So 50 million people are drunk right now.”

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