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  • celebrity births deaths and ages

could you go down the slides backwards at sutro baths ?

today, the sutro baths are essentially ruins, so no, you could not. back in the day, you could certainly go down them backwards, though you'd do so at your own risk.

  • aaron rodgers

what is aaron rodgers favorite fast food ?

rodgers hasn't given any interviews on this subject (as far as i could find). he has been seen at the habit, a burger joint, and he co-owned 8 twelve mvp bar & grill, so it's safe to say that he's a fan of burgers.

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why is carmel lucero tapia y arce knight's name so long ?

the common custom in hispanic cultures is to have one or two given names (similar to a first and middle name) and two surnames (one from the mother and one from the father). therefore, many hispanic people have four names; the name here has five words, which isn't too ridiculously long given that context.

  • jobs & education
  • dog health
  • benjamin franklin
  • ladybugs

what are some ways an scr is triggered ?

a silicon-controlled rectifier (scr) can be triggered (or turned on) by forward voltage, temperature, dv/dt (the derivative of the voltage with respect to time), light, or via a gate (the scr is triggered when sufficient voltage passes through the gate). gate triggering is the most common method.

  • history and origins of foods
  • onions and garlic

who invented the onion ring ?

several people claimed to have invented the onion ring. the earliest recipe for the dish appeared in "the art of cookery made easy and refined," an 1802 cookbook by john molland. however, onion rings didn't become popular until the early 1920s, thanks in part to the spread of kirby's pig stand, a chain of restaurants originally based in oak cliff, texas. kirby's pig stand claimed to have invented both the onion ring and texas toast. in any case, onion rings were popular enough by the early 1930s that crisco promoted the dish in advertisements.