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Frankie 1 weeks ago
#12 Who and how did people count this?
       
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Sylvester 1 weeks ago
Frankie,

They counted the people who got crushed by the meteors. It was a mess.
       
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Vester 1 weeks ago
Some of us may scoff, but this is how young people get their "facts" these days
       
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Dyce 1 weeks ago
Vester, https://blog.nationalgeographic.org/2014/08/30/1833-meteor-storm-started-citizen
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Lizzie 1 weeks ago
Vester,

You're not wrong, but lets not forget the fine education they receive via informative and factual Netflix documentaries dash
       
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Nap 1 weeks ago
#5 It wasn't a bucket, it was a rusted tin can. They maintain their anonymity to this day. It's still not known who buried it initially. The coins are from the 19th century. It's a really cool mystery. https://activenorcal.com/a-northern-california-couple-found-historic-coins-burie
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Jemima 1 weeks ago
#17 Bob? How about the overwhelming vote to name the Antarctic Research Vessel 'Boaty McBoatface'? It's called Sir Richard Attenborough. Bah.
       
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