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Got to interview Joan Armatrading this morning. Good way to start the day.

Today starts our  Anniversary Celebration Week !!  for Lucky and I.               Culminating into the Zenith Wednesday January 27th and subsiding into saturday... 9  Glorious years together.  

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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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