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Otto Frederick Rohwedder is considered to be the father of sliced bread. In 1912 Rohwedder started work on inventing a machine that sliced bread, but bakeries were reluctant to use it since they were concerned the sliced bread would go stale. It was not until 1928, when Rohwedder invented a machine that both sliced and wrapped the bread, that sliced bread caught on. A bakery in Chillicothe, Missouri was the first to use this machine to produce sliced bread.
I guess the band wasn't so old after all :P
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Before sliced bread it was, " ... the greatest thing since the sopping cup."

I looked twice on the above and my mind said,"Yeah!!!" Just think what it was like before King Sandwich.

You know, the first king that ever put something between two broken-off-stale pieces of bread? Many have wish sandwiches along with the come-along-and-meeting bun.

Without sesame seeds.

Or the one that bounces off the wall and right back into yer mouth...?

Bow, bow, bow.

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Definitely not after school :P And all I got after college was an internship (ugh) and an acceptance letter from an Australian university.

Cultural differences? It's not really a big deal to be done with school in India... you just go straight to college. Ho-hum.

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