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Old 03-03-2017, 06:26 AM   #4331
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The one thing I know about (Kingston upon) Hull is that it is the only UK city with its own, independent telephone system - KCOM. It has come up in many a quiz evening over the years.
What they don't tell you is that their service is mind-bogglingly appalling and they charge twice as much as everybody else, just because they can. AND they still have monthly download limits, in 2017.

Poet Philip Larkin also spent many years as rector (I think is what you call it) of Hull library and is buried down the road in Cottingham.
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Did you know that a lot of so called honey for sale in the supermarkets isn't real honey at all but honey flavoured sugary water? This might not matter to some people but real honey has nutritional benefits that, obviously, aren't found in the fake honey. Price is the givaway as a jar of real honey is likely to cost upwards of three, or even four quid (and I'm not talking about Manuka honey which is something like twenty quid a jar) .
Jars and squeezy bottles of 'honey' that cost little over a quid probably aren't the real thing. Runny honey will solidify if placed in the fridge for a day or so but the fake stuff won't solidify.
The price of honey has gone up over the past year or so because a lot of bees are dying off.
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Did you know that in the song Man on the Moon by REM Michael Stipe, its lead singer mention six different board games, Monopoly, 21, Twister, Chess, Chequers, Risk and Game of Life(not in that order) and at least three different songs also mention Dr Seuss and the Cat in the Hat references.
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Old 03-11-2017, 02:24 AM   #4334
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Buck Owens was one of the greatest guitarists of all times,
He was one of Stevie Ray Vaughn's idols.

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This is interesting. Did you know that Bing Crosby got his nickname(real name is Harry Lillis Crosby) from a cartoon strip in a newspaper called the 'Bingville Bugle' of which he was a big fan.
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Celebrities that were/are accomplished pianists
Eric Morecambe
Peter Sellers
Myleene Klass(formerly Liberty X)
Tara Palmer-Tomkinson(RIP)
Bruce Forsyth(All-round entertainer) very rarely seen playing it.
Bill Bailey (the comedian). Dunno about Bill Bailey the pornstar.
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Did you know that the most expensive substance on Earth is antimatter at $62.5 trillion per gram? Compare that to $55,000 per gram for diamonds.

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In july 1931 Swallow Sidecars using their coach works and their motor with a chassis made by Standard Motor Company launched a new model with an ad proclaiming "The SS is coming". Through the 30's and early 40's the cars sported an "SS" hood emblem. There even exists a picture of British Royalty sitting in a car with the "SS" logo. Given the unpleasantness with an across the channel foe the company decided to change the name and adopted the name of their best engine as the name of the company thus was born "Jaguar"
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Someone was complaining about that particular car in SS-GB on BBC1 in the You Say section of the Culture magazine(Sunday Times) This seems to a section on each television page for complete pedants who go on about the slightest mistake they spot, usually in dramas. The wrong Routemaster Bus was one of them and also in SS-GB the wrong version of a Spitfire!
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Did you know rabbits like licorice??????????????
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