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Original version[ edit ] Comedian Pat Paulsen makes a guest appearance in Generally the bachelorette would ask questions written in advance on cards to each of the three hidden bachelors. The same question could be asked to multiple bachelors. This continued until time ran out. The bachelorette would make her choice based solely on the answers to her questions. Occasionally, the contestant was a bachelor who would ask questions to three bachelorettes. Certain kinds of questions were “off-limits”, such as name, age, occupation, and income.

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Buy The federal Bureau of Land Management BLM , which has custody of the collection, spent the last five years simply creating an inventory of the items. Before they were seized, these objects had been held in secret, stashed in closets and under beds or locked away in basement museums. Recently the BLM gave Smithsonian an exclusive first look at the objects it has cataloged.

Beyond the sheer size of the collection is its range:

However, in it endorsed a local Democratic candidate for Congress who won earning the paper the title of a Mugwamp Press.

And what about the dried doum-palm fruit, which has been giving off a worrisome fungusy scent ever since it was dropped in a brandy snifter of hot water and sampled as a tea? At last, Patrick McGovern, a year-old archaeologist, wanders into the little pub, an oddity among the hip young brewers in their sweat shirts and flannel. Proper to the point of primness, the University of Pennsylvania adjunct professor sports a crisp polo shirt, pressed khakis and well-tended loafers; his wire spectacles peek out from a blizzard of white hair and beard.

But Calagione, grinning broadly, greets the dignified visitor like a treasured drinking buddy. Which, in a sense, he is. The truest alcohol enthusiasts will try almost anything to conjure the libations of old. Other guidelines came from the even more ancient Wadi Kubbaniya, an 18, year-old site in Upper Egypt where starch-dusted stones, probably used for grinding sorghum or bulrush, were found with the remains of doum-palm fruit and chamomile. The brewers also went so far as to harvest a local yeast, which might be descended from ancient varieties many commercial beers are made with manufactured cultures.

They left sugar-filled petri dishes out overnight at a remote Egyptian date farm, to capture wild airborne yeast cells, then mailed the samples to a Belgian lab, where the organisms were isolated and grown in large quantities. Back at Dogfish Head, the tea of ingredients now inexplicably smacks of pineapple.

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History[ edit ] Due to these theaters’ proximity to controversially sexualized forms of entertainment like burlesque , the term “grindhouse” has often been erroneously associated with burlesque theaters in urban entertainment areas such as 42nd Street in New York City , [1] [2] where ‘ bump n’ grind ‘ dancing and striptease were featured.

Television pressure[ edit ] The introduction of television greatly eroded the audience for local and single-screen movie theaters, many of which were built during the cinema boom of the s. In combination with urban decay after white flight out of older city areas in the mid to late s, changing economics forced these theaters to either close or offer something that television could not.

In the s, many of these theaters became venues for exploitation films, [3] either adult pornography and sleaze, or slasher horror and dubbed martial arts films from Hong Kong.

It was the late s and early s; other mind-altering substances were in vogue; the California wine revolution had barely begun and Americans were still knocking back all manner of swill.

A type of fibrous quarts called chalcedony ; used to make marbles highly desired by players, as in bulls-eye agate. A brown, opaque marble, a term used in Kentucky. An agate with a veined and clouded interior; considered very superior, a term used in Nebraska. Variant of Edging , a term used in Oklahoma. A name for a marble, a specific type of marble made from agate, a naturally occurring stone called chalcedony , a type of quartz, with bands of different colors layered through the body of the stone.

Historically produced in the Iber-Oberstein area of Germany, the oldest of these highly collectable marbles have a diagnostic mark consisting of tiny facets covering the sphere, representing spots where the marble touched the grinding stone, showing it is a hand-made marble. Those produced in later years might also be dyed to enhance the color and with the invention of modern lapidary equipment the marbles are free of facets.

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His Norwegian predecessors were teetotalers.

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But not even Native Americans had seen some of these things before.

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Then we run into Alexei Vranich, an expert on pre-Columbian Peru, who complains that the last time he drank chicha a traditional Peruvian beer made with corn that has been chewed and spit out , the accompanying meal of roast guinea pigs was egregiously undercooked.

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