Damn, That’s Interesting | r/Damnthatsinteresting #6

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    1. Are you referring to Balto? He was a hero in the nest sense – try reading about what he did! You are very rude!!!

  1. 3:42 Think times are changing fast? My grandmother lived in Ft. Sill, Indian Territory where she got to see Geronimo in person. Then she lived long enough to see Americans walking on the moon, live.

    1. One L – predominantly American English and 2 Ls – predominantly British English. Hawking was English so, it makes sense that his communication device was set up with British English. Both are acceptable spellings.

    2. ​@line brunelleHow to tell people you’re an ignorant American, without saying you’re an ignorant American…. SPELT is the PAST TENSE of spell – l realise l’m taking a HUGE leap of faith in assuming you know what that is but, l’m not going to write it ALL out for you. In British English both SPELLED AND/OR SPELT are correct and both are used. I wouldn’t normally be so rude as to correct strangers on the Internet but, there IS a certain level of arrogance AND ignorance that acts as a trigger.

    3. @Niki P They’ll probably reply with “realise?. LMFAO” 🙄
      I promise we’re not _all_ ignorant morons over here in the US…

  2. Imagine killing a 1300-year-old tree and then proudly posing for a photo. Of those men and that tree, I know what the world misses more.

  3. 1:16 Several USAF in Mississippi were transferred to Alaska, local lady made what were called “pecker warmers”, looked the same, greatly appreciated.

  4. 2:16 Because these images are scraped from Reddit, there’s no explanation in the description what “the Thatcher Effect” is, so: “The Thatcher effect or Thatcher illusion is a phenomenon where it becomes more difficult to detect local feature changes in an upside-down face, despite identical changes being obvious in an upright face. It is named after the then British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, on whose photograph the effect was first demonstrated. The effect was originally created in 1980 by Peter Thompson, professor of psychology at the University of York.”


  5. The tomato smasher thing is actually called a chinois (hope this is spelled correctly). I grew up with this and my sister still has it wooden whatever the name is a small! Mom never ever used it to smash tomatoes but many other things can be used in it – also called a colander in English!

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