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TABLE OF CONTENTS ISSUE 2009.29

Interesting Edibles pages 1-4

Tidbits Around the World: Belgium pages 5-6

Celebritrivia! TABLE OF pages 7-8 CONTENTS

National Boss Day pages 1-4 Debtors’ Rights pages 5-6 Fifty-Two Pick-Up pages 7-8

laugh a bit with Q. What vitamin is good for the eyes? A. late, Vitamin If you leave work noC! one will notice. If you leave work early, you’ll bump into the boss in the parking lot.

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TIDBITS GETS FIREDEDIBLES UP ABOUT INTERESTING by Sarah Bates NATIONAL BOSS DAY Food nourishes your body just like Tidbits by Stanley Drummond

nourishes your brain! Get a double helping with Bosses are people, too.that (Really!) And every year these bits and bites you might not have on October 16,the America tribute to them. known about thingspays we eat and drink! you know there are Day overwas 300created different •• Did Actually, National Boss in varieties North America alone? 1958 by of an honey Illinoisinsecretary named Patricia Honey, a natural energy restorer, was notitonly Haroski. She chose October 16 because was used by ancient cultures it has been found her father’s birthday. Herbut father also happened in ancient Egyptian tombs. There have to be her boss at the time. Nevertheless, shealso felt been discoveries of 4,500 old Egyptians that bosses in general wereyear underappreciated, carvings which of U.S. the Chamber earliest and registered theare datesome with the depictions of bee keeping. of Commerce as an official observance.

you know what a pluot is? It’ssurvey a complex •• Do Interestingly enough, a 2005 donehybrid by an between a plum and an apricot. It’s traits tend to international human resources consulting firm be more plum-like, with a smooth skin. They are revealed that the majority of employees would very sweet and intense in flavor and very juicy. not trade places with their boss. The primary They are not to be confused with an aprium, which reason given was the change that would result is also a plum/apricot hybrid that is 1/4th plum between them and their co-workers. They could and 3/4th apricot. Another plum/apricot hybrid nothe longer ignoreWhat’s or laugh any slackers in their is plumcot. a at plum+apricot+peach? department; they’d be responsible for any poor That one’s called a Peacotum. performers. • The island nation of Grenada in the Caribbean • was Hallmark selling Boss Day So cards in namedstarted for the pomegranate. was 1979. While they don’t reveal actual sales grenadine syrup and the grenade. All come figures, do root disclose the “holiday” from thethey Latin wordthat punica granatum,is poised to break into the list of top 10 card-sendwhich means pomegranate. ing events within the next years.for more! turn few the page turn the page for more!

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once they are picked. They will get softer and juicier, but not sweeter.

INTERESTING EDIBLES (continued): • The ancient Egyptians believed that the onion, with its concentric rings, was a symbol of eternal life. The onion was first introduced to North America with Christopher Columbus in 1492.

3rd Quarter 2009 • Bourbon was made the official spirit of the WeekStates 29 in May of 1964. September United 2007 declared July 12was - July 18 National Bourbon Heritage Month by the U.S. Senate.

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• Did you know the largest milkshake ever made was mixed up in New York back in 2000? It weighed a whopping 6,000 gal (22,712 L)! INTERESTING EDIBLES (continued):

• Have you ever wondered just why you well up when you chop an onion? When cut, fresh onions release a gas that irritates the eye, which in turn causes the tear ducts to try and relieve the eye. There are hundreds of tips on how to prevent those unwanted tears. Some cooks suggest running the onion under cold water before cutting.

• How do they do that? The pocket in pita bread is made by steam. It expands through the dough as it cooks. As the bread cools, it flattens, leaving a pocket in the middle! • What’s the difference between Cajun and Creole? For those outside of Louisiana, it might be a little hard to tell. Creole was first used to describe city cooking with Spanish, African, German, Italian and West Indian influences. Cajun food was country cooking developed by the Acadians who learned to live in the Louisiana swamplands. Creole is more continental and sophisticated where Cajun is more seasoned and hearty.

• Oil and vinegar just go together, even in ancient times, and both have been used by the Italians for centuries. Ancient Roman women would massage olive oil over their pregnant bellies to prevent stretch marks and balsamic vinegar has been produced in Italy since the Middle Ages. • The word pineapple first appeared in the English language to describe pine cones back in 1398. The fruit itself is a native of Brazil and Paraguay.

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• British biscuits are what Americans call cookies. • The first Oreo was sold in 1912, but the modern 3rd Quarter 2009 Oreo with the logo embossed on the cookie didn’tWeek arrive 29 until 1952.

• What ice cream? America’s Julyare 12cookies - July without 18 first ice cream parlor opened in 1776 in New York Page 3 City. What are the top five ice cream consuming countries? That would be the United States, New Zealand, Denmark, Austria and Belgium.

• Did you know that if you drop a raisin in a glass of champagne or other carbonated beverage it will bounce up and down? So, what’s the reason? Carbon dioxide bubbles are caught in the irregularities on the surface of the raisin. When enough bubbles accumulate, they will lift the raisin to the surface, where the bubbles escape, causing the raisin to sink back down to the bottom. This will repeat so long as there is enough carbon dioxide to lift the raisin again.

• More sweet facts: peaches will not get sweeter once they are picked. They will get softer and juicier, but not sweeter.

• Did you know the largest milkshake ever made was mixed up in New York back in 2000? It weighed a whopping 6,000 gal (22,712 L)!

• Biscotti refers to a specific type of hard cookie here, however the word biscotti is an all encompassing word for biscuits in Italy.

• The Australian favorite Vegemite celebrated the sale of its one billionth jar in October of 2008. Did you know Aussies call JELL-O jelly and jelly jam?

• Georgia and Texas are the two major peanut producing states in the U.S. We’re glad to have them when we’re eating our peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Did you know it takes 850 peanuts just to make one jar of peanut butter? Now there’s something that will stick to the roof of your mouth!

• Bourbon was made the official spirit of the United States in May of 1964. September 2007 was declared National Bourbon Heritage Month by the U.S. Senate.

the irregularities on the surface of the raisin. When enough bubblesJuly accumulate, they2009 will 9 - July 15, lift the raisin to the surface, where the bubbles escape, causing the raisin to sink back down to the bottom. This will repeat so long as there is enough carbon dioxide to lift the raisin again.

• Biscotti refers to a specific type of hard cookie here, however the word biscotti is an all encompassing word for biscuits in Italy.

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• The first Oreo was sold in 1912, but the modern Oreo with the logo embossed on the cookie didn’t arrive until 1952.

• What are cookies without ice cream? America’s first ice cream parlor opened in 1776 in New York City. What are the top five ice cream consuming countries? That would be the United States, New Zealand, Denmark, Austria and Belgium.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS AMPUTEE SUPPORT GROUP Every first Thursday of the month at Elk Horn Valley Rehab Hospital, 5712 E. 2ND St, at 6:30pm. For more information contact Jo 2358825, Allen 259-0922 or Nancy 258-5258. THE BLACK SHEEP SQUARE Dance Club dances every Friday from 7:30 to 10:00pm at the Central Wyoming Senior Center Building located at 1831 East 4th Street. Please call Mel or Carol at 266-1421 for more information.

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We’re heading back west this week to the small, but mighty country of Belgium. It’s about the size of Maryland and became independent from the Netherlands in 1830. Let’s learn some more about this European nation. • There are two major languages in Belgium: Dutch and French. 60% of the population speaks the former and 40% speaks the latter.

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• Belgian children celebrate Santa Claus in early December, not on Christmas Eve. Sinter Klaasdag or la Saint-Nicolas is celebrated on December 5th. Children put their shoes by the hearth with some water and a carrot for Saint Nicholas’s donkey. He takes the carrot and water, leaving presents for the children and continues on his way.

Do you have a Special Summer Event? Call to word ADVERTISE in the BELGIUM Summer of Fun! • The English spa comes from the Belgian (continued):

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BELGIUM

town of the same name. Spa is renowned for its healing hot springs. Agatha Christie’s character Hercule Poirot was born in Spa. Another 3rd Quarter 2009from Belgium is Dr. Evil memorable character from theWeek Austin29 Powers series.

We’re heading back west this week to the small, • TheJuly capital Belgium 12 of - July 18 is Brussels. The name but mighty country of Belgium. It’s about the Brussels comes from the Old Dutch bruocsella, size of Maryland and became independent from Page“home 5 which means in the marsh.” the Netherlands in 1830. Let’s learn some more • Martial artist and actor Jean-Claude Van about this European nation. Damme was born and raised in Brussels. He is • There are two major languages in Belgium: often referred to as the Muscles from Brussels. Dutch and French. 60% of the population He will be 49 on October 18th this year. speaks the former and 40% speaks the latter. • Belgian children celebrate Santa Claus in early • Modern Brussel sprouts were grown as early as the 1200s in Belgium. Production of Brussel December, not on Christmas Eve. Sinter Klaasdag th sprouts in America didn’t begin until about or la Saint-Nicolas is celebrated on December 5 . 1800, when French settlers brought them to Children put their shoes by the hearth with some Louisiana. water and a carrot for Saint Nicholas’s donkey. He takes the carrot and water, leaving presents • Herk-de-Stad, Belgium is home to the world’s for the children and continues on his way. first beer academy. Over 800 kinds of beer are produced in Belgium each year and the average • The English word spa comes from the Belgian Belgian consumes 39.6 gals (150 liters) of beer town of the same name. Spa is renowned for its each year! healing hot springs. Agatha Christie’s character Hercule Poirot was born in Spa. Another memorable character from Belgium is Dr. Evil from the Austin Powers series.

• The saxophone, oil paints and roller skates can all be credited to Belgians! The saxophone was developed by Belgian instrument maker Adolphe Sax in the 1840s, oil paints were invented in Belgium around the 15th century and roller skates were patented by a Belgian inventor named John Joseph Merlin in 1760. • Belgian waffles were developed by Maurice Vermersch of Brussels. They were first introduced in the U.S. at the 1964 World’s Fair. • Belgium’s first skyscraper was also Europe’s first skyscraper. It was built in Antwerp, Belgium in 1932. The building is the Boerentoren building and was twenty-six stories tall. • Another Belgian record: The world’s deepest swimming pool is the Nemo 33, a recreational diving pool in Brussels. At its deepest point in measures 108 ft (33 m). • Did you know that Belgian chocolatiers produce over 172,000 tons of chocolate each year? • Belgian fashion designer Stijn Helsen worked on costumes for Spiderman, Pirates of the Caribbean and Seabiscuit. He designed the outfits for Orlando Bloom, Johnny Depp and

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skyscraper. It was built in Antwerp, Belgium in 1932.The building is the Boerentoren building Page and was twenty-six stories tall. • Another Belgian record: The world’s deepest swimming pool is the Nemo 33, a recreational diving pool in Brussels. At its deepest point in measures 108 ft (33 m).

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CELEBRITRIVIA!

Who doesn’t love a good dose of trivia about their favorite films and celebrities? This week Tidbits give your a nice, healthy smattering of random Celebritrivia! • The first feature length cartoon with sound and color was Disney’s 1937 Snow White and the Sever Dwarfs. • America witnessed two great African American firsts when Halle Berry won an Oscar for Best Actress (2002) and Sydney Portier for Best Actor (1963), but Hattie McDaniel had them both beat on records. Ms. McDaniel was the first African American to ever win an Oscar (she won Best Supporting Actress in 1940 for her portrayal of Mammy in Gone With The Wind. • Actress Drew Barrymore was named a United Nations World Food Program Ambassador Against Hunger back in 2007. • Director Steven Spielberg received the Armed Services highest civilian honor, the distinguished Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service, in 1999 for his work on Saving Private Ryan. • Angelina Jolie’s uncle Wes Voight wrote The Troggs’ 1966 hit “Wild Thing” under the alias of Chip Taylor. • Did you know that Betty White was originally considered for the role of Blanche on The Golden Girls (1985)? • Madonna was a cheerleader in high school • Although Christina Aguilera is half Ecuadoran, she is not fluent in Spanish. • While performing on the Mickey Mouse Club, actor Ryan Gosling lived with costar Justin Timberlake and his mother. • Gary Oldman was credited as Maurice Escargot in 1990’s Henry & June.

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Page 7 ANSWER: Amyloid is a protein produced by bone marrow cells. It can infiltrate a number of body organs. Many forms (20) of amyloidosis exist, and they all have distinctive longevity projections. Senile amyloidosis does not affect as many organs as do the other forms of this illness, so that is one thing in your favor. In this illness, when the amount of amyloid in the heart is great, the heart’s pumping action falters, and congestive heart failure is a consequence. Amyloid deposits often interfere with the generation and transmission of the electric signals that regulate heartbeats, so a pacemaker can be needed. I can’t give you a prediction about the length of life. Of course, your life span is bound to be affected, but how greatly, no one can tell with certainty. Lifestyle, physical activity and diet can all be important in limiting how serious congestive heart failure can become. To learn more, order the congestive heart failure booklet by writing to: Dr. Donohue -- No. 103W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. *** DEAR DR. DONOHUE: In my 58 years, I never have had any problem with my scalp. My hair has turned a salt-and-pepper color. Due to vanity, I have been coloring it for the past several years. I have never experienced any problems. Recently I have had a rash of pimples forming on my scalp at the hair shaft. They hurt when the scalp is touched or the hair brushed. I had a good friend look at my scalp with a magnifying glass, and he says they look like small pimples. He removed a hair with tweezers and a small discharge came out of the pimple. I am considering letting my hair grow back to its natural color to see if the dye has anything to do with this. Any suggestions? -- N.N.

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