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1 minute ago, Berserker said:

Careful, you're walking the plank and we all know how that will end for you.

Also, Arica and Tarapaca are still Chilean. :D

Haha, we both know I still love you ;)

Arica will always be ours!

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How much pus and blood is allowed in milk?

Somatic cells are the white blood cells that are the defence against bacteria that invade the udder and can cause mastitis. Cow's milk can legally contain up to 400 million pus cells/litre. So one teaspoonful of milk can legally have two million pus cells!

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1 hour ago, Devon Von Devon said:

USA vs Canada(then British Empire) was the first international cricket match and the first international match in any sport in 1884.

The last part of that can't be right. England were playing Scotland in football and rugby well before that.

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4 hours ago, Devon Von Devon said:

Then why do i have to repeat everything three times to my grandparents ?

Because as we get older we have selective hearing.. It tends to filter out criticism and general moaning but amplifies compliments and such like...  

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