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ODD MEASUREMENTS (cont’d) • The Romans noted that a two-step pace of a marching man was about five feet. One thousand paces, or 5,000 feet, became the mile, called “milia passuum” meaning “1,000 paces.” However, farms in England were measured in furlongs, which equaled 660 feet. In 1575, England’s Queen Elizabeth I proclaimed the mile should be 5,280 feet, so it could easily be divided into 8 furlongs. Today the furlong is rarely used outside of horseracing, and the mile is rarely used outside the U.S., Myanmar, and Liberia. • A league is the distance a person can walk in an hour, 3.5 miles. In Jules Verne’s book “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” Captain Nemo would have travelled about 70,000 miles under the ocean, far enough to circumnavigate the Earth nearly three times. • A mile is an arbitrary measurement, but a nautical mile is a precise measurement based on the circumference of Earth. If you cut the Earth in half at the equator and pick up one of the halves, the equator forms a circle. That circle is divided into 360 equal parts, called degrees. Each degree is divided into 60 smaller parts, called minutes. A nautical mile is one of these minutes. The nautical mile is a standardized unit of measure used by all nations for air and sea travel. It equals 1.1508 miles (1.852 km). • If you are traveling at one nautical mile per hour, you are travelling at the speed of one knot. Why is it called a knot? To tell speed, a ship would carry a line wound on a reel. A chip of wood on the end of the line was allowed to drag in the water behind the ship, causing the line to unreel. The line was knotted at intervals of 47'3" and the line was allowed to drag for exactly 28 seconds. (47'3" are to 1.1508 miles what 28 seconds are to one hour.) If the line unwound to the fifth knot in 28 seconds, the ship was moving at 5 knots per hour. (cont’d next page)

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ODD MEASUREMENTS (cont’d) • Before cardboard boxes were invented, goods were shipped in barrels. Barrels were very practical because they could be stacked on top of each other, and could be easily moved around simply by rolling them down a skid. There were all kinds of different barrels, made out of all kinds of different materials, made in standard sizes. • A barrel isn’t just a container; it’s a unit of measure, equal to 32 gallons, or 1/8 of a ton. With a capacity of 32 gallons, a barrel is a medium-sized cask. A barrel is half the size of a hogshead, a cask that holds 64 gallons. A hogshead is half the size of the butt. A butt is half the size of the largest cask, called a tun, or ton. • On the other end of the scale, a cask that is half the size of a barrel is called a kilderkin. Half a kilderkin is a firkin, holding just 8 gallons. Half of a firkin is a pin. Half of a pin is a gallon. The word “kilderkin” is Dutch meaning “small cask.” The word “firkin” is from the Dutch word meaning “one-fourth.” • The term “hogshead” may have originated with a particular brand depicting the head of an ox, that looked a bit too much like the head of a pig. “Butt” comes from the French “botte” meaning “pipe.” A “buttload” is a real measurement, equaling 126 gallons. The word “gallon” comes from the Latin “galus” meaning “a measure of wine.” • A “gallop” is an informal measurement used in cooking, equaling the amount of liquid necessary to leave a gallon milk jug before it literally makes the sound “gallop.” • A slug is a unit of mass, equal to a mass that is accelerated by one foot per second when a force of one pound is exerted against it. A slug is equal to twelve blobs, with a blob being the unit of mass that is accelerated by one inch when a force of one pound is exerted against it.


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TWINKIES • Twinkies have been used as an ingredient in other dishes. Hostess published two recipe compilation books, most recently in 2015 for the snack cake's 85th anniversary • A deep-fried Twinkie, popular at state fairs and ball parks, involves freezing the Twinkie, dipping it into batter, and deep-frying it. • A scene from the 1989 film “UHF” shows “Weird Al” Yankovic's favorite food, the Twinkie Wiener Sandwich: Split a Twinkie like a hot dog bun. Add a hot dog, cover it in Easy Cheese, and dip in milk before eating. Yankovic has stated that he has switched to using tofu hot dogs since becoming a vegetarian. • When Dan White killed San Francisco City Supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone in 1978, his lawyers argued he had been suffering from depression, as evidenced by his failure to maintain his previously healthy diet, preferring sugary treats such as Twinkies instead. This became known as the “Twinkie defense.” White served five years in prison for the two murders. • The Twinkies eaten in the movie “Zombieland” were not real Twinkies. Being a vegan and raw-foodist, Woody Harrelson would not eat real Twinkies. Rather, the “Twinkies” he was shown eating were made from cornmeal and were vegan-safe. • When the Clinton White House was assembling the National Millennium Time Capsule in 1999, long lists of possible items were mulled over. In the end, the capsule included icons like the works of William Faulkner and a recording of Louis Armstrong. The capsule very nearly included a Twinkie, which would have been over a century past its “best-by” date when the capsule is opened in 2100. At the last minute, staff pulled the Twinkie from the capsule over concerns that mice would break into the box.

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Tidbits of the Mid Ohio Valley Issue #927 March 13, 2018