Stuff I Found out today on the Internet 07
Sep 23 2015
this might not be new news to you since it happens almost everyday, but a man’s ultimate love for cars can only described by marriage. if you ever heard your somewhat crazy uncle say, “ i love this car so much, i would marry it!” dont brush it off as he’s just crazy, he might just run with that, like this guy in knoxville tennessee did. Buster Mitchell, could not live without the V8, 281 cu in engine, 215 ponies and 5 speed tranny, so he attempted to make it official. he had everything figured out, wrote down birthplace of his fiancee as Detroit, father as henry ford, and even blood type, as 10w-40. just like kim davis did, he was denied this sacred marriage, but he will continue to try this union.And since we're on the topic let me give you a 13 objects people have tried to get married to train, the Berlin Wall, video game character, roller coaster, Eiffel Tower, a tree, a Barbie doll creepy, a picture of himself, & I book, sex doll, a radio, a pet rock, and a pillow, lets hope that pillow wears a pillow case,.miller testlets talk about the miller test and im not refereing to how many millers you can chug in 10 minutes. im talking about the test that is also called the three pront obscenity test, yes, such a thing exists. this test was created to rule if speech or expression can be labelled as obscene, and if it falls under these standards then its not protected under the first amendment of the constitution.the miller test was established in 1973 in the case of miller vs california, and has 3 elements to it:1- Whether "the average person, applying contemporary community standards", would find that the work, taken as a whole, appeals to the prurient interest,2- Whether the work depicts or describes, in a patently offensive way, sexual conduct or excretory functionsspecifically defined by applicable state law,3- Whether the work, taken as a whole, lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.the first 2 elements of this test refer to the standards of a comunity, wheres as the third element refers to a person of the USA as a whole. the third element is kinda of a final verification on the first 2, because what one small community might find offensive, at a national level it might not seen as offensive and have some value.coffee cup or espresso, which one will give me the best bang for sip? coming from popular belief and from a country that serves a lot of espresso drinks, i too thought that espressos had more caffeine then a regular cup of coffee. And here is why i think this, the grounds used in espresso are thinner then the ones used in regular coffee maker drip machine, making this a much easier to pact a whole lot of coffee grounds in a small canister, this in conjusction that the water in the espresso machines is normally hotter tha the water in the drip coffee maker, helps extract the oils and caffeine from the grounds as water passes through. Studies have demonstrated that the longer the grounds stay in hot water, the more caffeine and oils can be extracted from the grounds. keeping this in mind, espresso still wins on a 2-1, because they have the amount of grounds and the temperature in which its brewed, while coffee drippers only have the time in which the coffee sits in water. if we are looking at caffeine in 1 ounce measurements, then yes espressos win, 1 once of espresso can contains around 30-50 miligrams of caffeine, while 1 ounce of drip machine can contains around 8-15 miligrams of caffeine, since ,most people drink between 8-24oz of coffee, then the regular coffee could contain up 12 times as a espresso.