DID YOU KNOW...
In Youngstown, Ohio, it’s illegal to run out of gas.*
1. In O. Henry's short story "The Gift of the Magi" what two gifts do the
two lovers exchange?
2. What kind of critter is a marabou?
a. - Reptile
b. - Butterfly
c. - Bird
d. - Amphibian
3. In matters of religion, what term is used to describe someone who doesn't
know enough to decide on way or the other ?
4. Which state was the setting for the movie "Twister" ?
a. - Kansas
b. - Oklahoma
c. - Nebraska
d. - Missouri
5. Meckels diverticulum affects which part of the body?
a. - Stomach
b. - Esophagus
c. - Bowel
d. - Arteries and Veins
6. According to "Oklahoma!", what will happen if you throw bouquets at me,
if you please my folks too much, or if you laugh at my jokes too much?
7. What's the next line of the Monkees lyric: 'Take the last train to
8. What's the more common name for "synchronous diaphragmatic flutter" ?
TRUTH OR CRAP !
Wind Turbines kill more birds each year than cats .
1. Pocket-watch chain and pair of combs
2. - c (a Stork)
4. - b
5. - c
6. People will say we're in love
7. And I'll meet you at the station
According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, collisions with wind
turbines kills between 140,000 and 500,000 birds annually. Other energy
sources, such as coal, oil and power lines, contribute to millions of bird
deaths. However, cats remain the biggest threat to birds, killing an
estimated 1.3 to 4 billion birds each year.
*I doubt that anyone would intentionally run out of gas while driving. Nonetheless, a law was passed in Youngstown, Ohio stating that running out of gas on the road is a misdemeanor offense. As if running out of gas wasn't bad enough, you could also end up with a ticket. The penalty for this offense is a “minor misdemeanor,” which means that an individual could pay a fine of up to $150 if convicted. Not a lot, but certainly a bit more than a tank of gas. Better double-check your fuel gauge before heading out on a trip in Ohio!
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi