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    How long can a human actually be severely sleep deprived before it can be used as a defence in court?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    How long can a human actually be severely sleep deprived before it can be used as a defence in court?
    Hey I saw your other thread but can't find it now... I'll flick through a PM soon x

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaraB View Post
    When I'm driving and a bird is in the middle of the road why do they walk awkwardly out of the way like a weird human instead of flying? Isn't it quicker to fly?
    Because birds, especially big ones like crows and cockatoos, know how hilarious they look when they run and want to give the humans a giggle. I still laugh every time at their weird little hop / run.

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    Why do the Americans say and spell 'aluminium' as 'aluminum'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Uniquey View Post
    Why do the Americans say and spell 'aluminium' as 'aluminum'?
    I think aluminum is the raw form of aluminium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    I think aluminum is the raw form of aluminium.
    I think it is just the yanks being yanks. The ore of aluminium is bauxite and it is refined into alumina before becoming aluminium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    I think it is just the yanks being yanks. The ore of aluminium is bauxite and it is refined into alumina before becoming aluminium.
    I was just coming back to correct myself to alumina! but yes bauxite then alumina I did know that one but my brain wasn't working earlier.

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    The Wiggles will never again be as vocally strong as when they had Sam. They really effed up the way they treated him. My dd has just gotten into the wiggles and I will only show her the Sam era.


    Also, while I'm on the topic, can anyone else see in 30 years time a big piece on 60 minutes interviewing friends and family of Anthony and everyone saying what a horrible dictator he was behind the scenes, his children were forced into show business etc? (or am I just fantasising?)

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    Why do they have to make under wires come right around to your armpit? Why can't they stop a couple of inches shorter? It's not like everything would just flop out for the sake of two inches.

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