Six Things I Learned This Week: The Irrelevance of it all!!!!

I’m dragging today, so I’m going to keep this post relatively short. Let’s get it over with and get on with our boring day!!!

1.) The original “Declaration of Independence” is lost. The document that you see at the National Archives in Washington D.C. is actually a holograph – a handmade copy written entirely in the handwriting of the person who wrote it.

Incidentally, the Declaration of Independence was also written on hemp paper. Let meditate on that for a second…

And he enjoyed smokin' it too. Way to go, George!


2.) In the United States, you do not have to live in a district to represent it. Lots of Congresspeople, particularly in rural areas, live far, far away from the people they supposedly work for, and rarely set foot in their Districts.

3.) If you’re ever chased by a crocodile on land, first say a prayer, because they are remarkably fast runners. Then run away in a zig-zag pattern. You will lose them every time.

Hey. Where did my next meal go????

4.) Celery is a magical food… it contains negative calories. Let me explain:  It takes more calories to eat a stalk than it actually possesses.

5.) A pregnant goldfish is called a twit.

Twit. Bwah!

6.) 111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321! Suck on that, suckas!



Yes, this post is probably the shortest one I ever wrote.   Hopefully, by tomorrow, whatever’s going on in my body will stable itself out.  Ciao, everybody, til then!


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