Archive for February, 2013

McDonalds Names Their Chicken McNuggets

mcnuggetsTIL McDonald’s  Chicken McNuggets are manufactured in 4 distinct shapes that have been named – Ball, Boot, Bell, and Bone (or Bow-tie).

BusinessInsider reports –

The McDonald’s sensory team explained that Chicken McNuggets have four distinct shapes and in order to have a chance to meet the McDonald’s “Gold Standard” for quality, they have to match them as perfectly as possible. And each of those shapes has its own name. Here are the four shapes of Chicken McNuggets, according to Barbara J. Booth, director of sensory science at McDonald’s USA: Ball, Bone, Bell, and Bone.

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Exact Replica Of The Titanic Planned

According to RawStory –

Flamboyant Australian tycoon Clive Palmer unveiled his plan Tuesday for building a perfect replica of the Titanic — plus a lot of extra lifeboats. More than a century after the original, supposedly unsinkable ocean liner hit an iceberg and went down in the North Atlantic, Palmer thinks the time has come to complete the unfinished journey to New York. “The Titanic was the ship of dreams. Titanic II is the ship where dreams will come true,” Palmer said in New York at the project’s official launch.

Rebuffing public skepticism about the project, Palmer said a contract could be signed with China’s CSC Jinling Shipyard within days, with construction starting by the end of this year and the launch in 2016. He wouldn’t say what it will all cost.

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Classic Far Side Comic – Why Me!?!

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Asteroids Can Be Redirected With Spray Paint

asteroidPhys.org reports –

There is research that is off the wall, some off the charts and some off the planet, such as what a Texas A&M University aerospace and physics professor is exploring. It’s a plan to deflect a killer asteroid by using paint, and the science behind it is absolutely rock solid, so to speak, so much so that NASA is getting involved and wants to know much more.

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Bananas Used As Artist’s Medium

honey-bananasArtist, Honey, makes fascinating, illustration-type artwork on bananas. It is an unusual choice of medium as the works surely will vanish in a few days or hours. Her site has many examples of her work.

 

Classic Newspapers – The Big Snow of 1982

Most St. Louisans (at least the ones who are 40 or older) remember the snow storm of 1982 as the ‘Big One’ that virtually shut down the city. A week after the storm, the Post-Dispatch published a special section covering the event. All 12 pages of that section have just added to HotMeatloaf.com.

View the Big Snow section HERE

Check out other papers at HotMeatloaf.com HERE

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