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Kit 2 month s ago
# 27 same in french, spanish, italian and probably many others.
       
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Hodge 2 month s ago
Kit,

German as well.
       
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Olph 2 month s ago
Kit,

not in dutch. Sinaasappel is derived from China apple.
       
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Hodge 2 month s ago
#26 you obviously havent worked in retirement home. The smell of a dumpster full of old peoples diapers is definitely unique.
       
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Elizabeth 2 month s ago
Hodge, “unique?” Probably smells like most other $h#t, doesn’t it?
       
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Olph 2 month s ago
#4 I flip the kroket on a McKroket upside down so that the mustard is now on both sides, and I see more and more people around me now doing the same.
       
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Olph 2 month s ago
#28 on a long enough timeline, the survivalrate for everyone drops to zero.

-- Tyler Durden, Fight Club
       
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Woody 2 month s ago
#15 I thought they already started doing this.
       
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Bela 2 month s ago
#16 The exact opposite is true. Self-made billionaires got that way by providing a product or service that people are willing to pay for. Jackpot winners got that way by dumb luck. Which has a greater benefit to society?
       
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Liz 2 month s ago
Bela,
The self made billionaire tend to hold on to their money in investments and lock the money away. The lottery winner tend to spend it all very fast putting all that money back into circulation and that helps the economy move.
       
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