Buff, NY Useless Facts

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  1. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    Males account for 60% of toy injuries that occur in the U.S.
  2. RogueSquadronWingnut CR, The Rebellion, Rochester, NY

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    My car is Blue but its registered Green.
  3. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    I don't have a full right hip socket!
  4. RogueSquadronWingnut CR, The Rebellion, Rochester, NY

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    Guys go number 1 with the toilet seat up!
  5. BigDanLevitan N.R. Vice President

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    Big Dan spends more than 25 % of yearly earnings on toys and dvds...
  6. RogueSquadronWingnut CR, The Rebellion, Rochester, NY

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    and 50% of his time on this board keeping the rest of us satiated with conversation pieces.
  7. BigDanLevitan N.R. Vice President

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    I try, you know i like being the center of attention.......[face_laugh]

    plus it gets the post total up
  8. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    An airplane mechanic invented Slinky while he was playing with engine parts and realized the possible secondary use for the springs
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  10. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    Before 1928, yo-yos used to be called bandalores in the United States.
  11. Darth_Snappahead Jedi Grand Master

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    I didn`t know bandalores were called yo-yo`s.:eek:
  12. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    Barbie's parents names are George and Margaret
  13. jedijason8080 Jedi Master

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    No matter how cold it gets, gasoline will not freeze.
  14. Darth_Snappahead Jedi Grand Master

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  15. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    Five thousandths of a millimeter is the tolerance of accuracy at the LEGO mould factories.
  16. JediKnightWannaBe Jedi Master

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    yeah did you ever try to take a couple of peices apart that were really stuck together? It takes five thousand kilopounds to get them apart.
  17. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    In 1996, toy company Mattel released a "Harley Davidson" Barbie. This dolls distinctive feature is a birth mark on her face that changes position with every new release of the doll.
  18. starwarsarmboy Jedi Grand Master

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    Sneezes can travel over 100 mph
    So can you die from someone's snot [face_thinking]
  19. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    After the U.S Civil War, about 33%-50% of all U.S. paper currency in circulation was counterfeit.
  20. Darth_Snappahead Jedi Grand Master

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    Race car tires are filled with nitrogen not air.
  21. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    In Belgium, 94% of children under the age of fourteen own LEGO products.
  22. JediKnightWannaBe Jedi Master

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    So are high altitude aircraft tires such as airliners, military fighter jets, and the space shuttle. Does anyone know why?
  23. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    It's news to me.


    It requires 63 feet of wire to make a Slinky toy.
  24. RogueSquadronWingnut CR, The Rebellion, Rochester, NY

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    Nitrogen is lighter than air and allows for less weight to be taken up into the higher atmosphere. It creates a natural weightlessness that allows for less friction. Its also because Nitro is a different sort of gas that can be packed at higher levels into tires for a higher pressure and a more stable and reliable tire.

    Cars and trucks dont need nitrogen because they are ground based. Its also extremely potent when mixed with fire. Basically if you have a fire already on board an airship of some sort...you're screwed already. If you had 4 bombs on every car..well boom.
  25. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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    That would definitely explain it! Thanks!
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