Grease for the Brainpan
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All the beaches of Key West are man-made, the sand having been shipped in from the mainland.

From 1877 to 1904, the section of the Alamo known as the Long Barrack housed a retail store.

Under the umbrella of the late nineteenth-century attitude of sexual restriction, a medical doctor, John Harvey Kellogg, invented a food which was to suppress sexual desire and thus eliminate the "evils" of masturbation and other sexual activities. It was named Kellogg's Corn Flakes.

On July 28, 1945, a B-25 bomber on its way home from the war, crashed into the 79th floor of the Empire State Building — through the Catholic War Relief Office.

The word "diploma" is derived from the Greek, meaning "folded paper."

During World War II, the Allies tested a ship constructed of a substance known as pykrete, which consisted of ice and wood pulp. The 60-foot vessel lasted through summer weather on a Canadian lake, and was bombed and torpedoed without sinking or melting. The design, however, was never used in battle.

At one time, a Wendy's restaurant near Tri-County Mall in Cincinnati had a wheelchair access ramp which sloped out of a pair of wide doors and into the drive-through lane.

In 1986, the U.S. government issued a workbook on chastity titled Sex Respect, which contained slogans such as "Control your urgin' — be a virgin."

The most popular food containing vanilla: chocolate.

The word "vanilla" comes from the Latin "vagina," named by Spaniards who noticed that the shape of the bean resembled its namesake.
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