Fredric John Baur was a noted American organic chemist and food storage technician. Where was he buried?
Oscar the Grouch, the beloved Sesame Street character was originally orange. At some point before the second season began, Jim Henson decided to make him green. When the second season began, Oscar told everyone he had gone on vacation to Swamp Mushy Muddy and that he turned green overnight.
“A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big enough to take from you everything you have.”
What color was Oscar the Grouch in the first season of Sesame Street and how was his change of color explained to viewers when the second season began?
How would it look if us lawyers didn’t ‘own’ a word of only 7 letters that can make at least nine other words without re-arranging the letters! THEREIN lies the answer and the words I found were: the, there, he, in, rein, her, here, ere and herein – – – and if you count the word ‘therein’ itself, that’s 10!
“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.”
Name the only word in the English language that consists of only seven letters, but includes nine other words that can be formed from it without re-arranging any of its letters.
For those who might not have known, Duncan Hines was a popular restaurant critic who pioneered the ratings of restaurants for travelers. As a traveling salesman in the early 20th Century (there was no U.S. interstate highway system then) he ate many meals on the road and he (and his wife Florence) began putting together lists of good restaurants around the country – originally for their friends. The list became so popular, in 1935 he began selling a paperback Adventures in Good Eating and in the years that followed Hines wrote a regular newspaper column “Adventures in Good Eating at Home.” In 1953, Hines sold the right to use his name to Roy H. Park to form Hines-Park Foods, which licensed the name to a number of businesses. The cake mix license was sold to Nebraska Consolidated Mills, which developed and sold the first Duncan Hines cake mixes. In 1957, Nebraska Consolidated Mills sold the cake mix business to Procter & Gamble.
“Don’t be afraid to take a big step if one is indicated. You can’t cross a chasm in two small jumps.”
Where did the brand name Duncan Hines come from?