You own a cabbage cart, but your produce is destroyed periodically by a group of famous 12 year olds. What do you do?
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LPT: put your mushrooms in the sun before you cook them. They naturally produce vitamin D when exposed to UV light.
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In depression your brain refuses to produce the happy hormone as a reward for your brain cells for doing what they're supposed to do. And your cells go on strike, refusing to work for no pay, and the whole system goes crashing down for the benefit of absolutely nobody involved.
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After 20 grueling years in the movie industry, my best friend decided to write/direct/produce his first film. It took 16 days to shoot and 4 years to finish, thanks to endless fundraising from 50 small investors. Here’s the official trailer for his movie β€˜Caged,’ a Thriller starring Edi Gathegi youtube.com/watch?v=08T1O…
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TIL that gut fermentation syndrome (called auto-brewery syndrome) is a rare disorder in which intestines produce ethanol from carbohydrates. If you have this disease, you're drunk all the time. vice.com/en/article/3b7dz…
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This 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 750 Acre β€˜Flat Farms’ - The future of farms is vertical. It’s also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land. forbes.com/sites/johnkoet…
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How is "support local black businesses" not racist? Aren't you just judging the proprietor on the colour of their skin instead of what they produce?

I keep seeing it after the BLM protests and I don't understand how singling out black people isn't still racist. Positive discrimination is still discrimination and this is based entirely on the colour of their skin, not who they are or the quality of their goods.

Edit: I LOVE how many sweeping generalisations are made about my personal shopping habits. You know nothing about me. Thanks.

It was a question based on swarms of Instagram posts which flared up after the BLM riots in America and then basically died away as soon as it wasn't "cool" any more (which I find offensive in itself), and my black colleague saying it was pretty fucking condescending - in his words, "patting the n- on the head and saying look at what a good job n- over there is doing". The way he would emphasise the skin colour when talking about it just made me think that that's part of the problem, because I think judging anyone or treating anyone differently by the colour of their skin in any way is wrong, whether you think it's positive or not.

Also, thanks for assuming I'm Reddit's standard mid-twenties white American, that being the funniest part.

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TIL in 1974, drinkers in a British pub were bemoaning the fact that the UK didn't produce world champions, so they invented a sport that no one else knew about: toe wrestling. In 1976, a Canadian visitor competed and won, so with the point of the sport gone, the "World Championship" was discontinued en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toe…
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β€˜Capitalism encourages people to produce more and get better jobs’
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A phone call creates stronger bonds than text-based communications. People too often choose to send email or text when a phone call is more likely to produce the feelings of connectedness they crave. People chose to type because they believed a phone call would be more awkward. psychnewsdaily.com/a-phon…
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A man in Melbourne walked into the produce section of his local supermarket and asked to buy half a head of cabbage. The boy working in that department told him that they only sold whole heads of cabbage. The man was insistent that the boy ask the manager about the matter...

Walking into the back room, the boy said to the manager, "Some old bastard outside wants to buy half a head of cabbage."

As he finished his sentence, he turned around to find that the man had followed and was standing right behind him, so the boy quickly added, "...and this gentleman kindly offered to buy the other half."

The manager approved the deal and the man went on his way.

Later, the manager said to the boy, "I was impressed with the way you got yourself out of that situation earlier, we like people who can think on their feet here, where are you from son?"

"New Zealand, sir." the boy replied.

"Why did you leave New Zealand?" the manager asked.

The boy said, "Sir, there's nothing but prostitutes and rugby players there."

"Is that right?" replied the manager. "My wife is from New Zealand!"

"Really?" replied the boy. "Who did she play for?"

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Bob Iger admits Marvel Studios exceeded the high expectations he had when Disney purchased Marvel - "They are so talented that I should've known that, if we provided them the resources, they would produce at even greater heights, and they have." thedirect.com/article/dis…
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India has top three largest and five of ten largest Solar Farms in the world. Solar energy is now cheaper than Coal. India produces cheapest Solar Cells in the world. Below is the latest inaugrated.
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In South Korea, the solar panels in the middle of the highway have a bicycle path underneath..cyclists are protected from the sun, isolated from traffic, and the country can produce clean energy. v.redd.it/xx82e4jt8tw51
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Why do lasers have a "grainy texture" on the light that they produce?

I was shining a laser on the ceiling and the reflections that came down seemed to have a somewhat grainy quality about them, and I'm not sure why. Is it the material that it is reflecting off of, is it the fact that me holding it isn't stable enough to keep the light consistent, or is that a property of laser beams? Thanks!

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How do you mass produce vaccines in the huge quantities needed to fight Covid-19?
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So here we are in Ireland in late December just past noon and our west facing solar panels are producing over 1kW of power which means our house is off grid currently with spare electricity being used to produce hot water. Amazing.
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Remember to always wash your produce v.redd.it/fm8bxmbwrr761
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Male cows can produce milk. You probably shouldn't drink it though
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These silkworms are colored by feeding them mulberry leaves sprayed with fabric dye. This also produces colored cocoons and colored silk fibers!
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Vera Farmiga to Star in, Produce 'Bad Bloom' Horror Pic - The horror fairytale will portray a family living in isolation on a remote island to keep an unknown creature at bay. Their tightly-guarded reality unravels when one of the children learns the monster they feared is not what they envisioned. hollywoodreporter.com/new…
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Researchers have showed for the first time that the body produces more stress hormones when people are repeatedly interrupted at work. Should this stress become chronic, it can lead to states of exhaustion that have a negative impact on public health and carry a significant economic cost. ethz.ch/en/news-and-event…
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I’m sorry, but you can’t tell me that it’s β€œunethical” in any way for someone who is starving or struggling to steal small amounts of food or produce from a behemoth company like Walmart, whose DAILY profit is $1.44 billion.

$1.44 billion in profit every. single. day. of. every. single. year. Not revenue, but actual profit. That’s nearly $530 billion a year. Literally more than half a trillion dollars. And some struggling homeless dude or a single mom who has lost work through no fault of her own gets caught and punished for stealing a loaf of bread or a gallon of milk? Is that really unethical on their parts? Get real.

EDIT: I have a correction to make. I was mistaken when I stated that Walmart’s daily $1.44 billion figure was actual profit. That figure is in fact Walmart’s daily revenue, so not all of the $1.44 billion is profit. My mistake. I didn’t realize the error, and I do apologize.

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He was really trying to hustle some produce
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Avocado Consumption Alters Gastrointestinal Bacteria Abundance and Microbial Metabolite Concentrations among Adults with Overweight or Obesity. People who ate avocado every day had a greater abundance of gut microbes that break down fiber and produce metabolites that support gut health. academic.oup.com/jn/advan…
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Robbie, who is deaf, produces some of the strangest yells ever v.redd.it/pbnjot26dg361
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Singapore approves sale of meat made in a laboratory, becoming first country to do so. Singapore is moving quickly to allow the sale of cultured meat, a move that fits into its broader food-security agenda. In response to the pandemic, Singapore is trying to produce 30% of its own food by 2030 scmp.com/news/asia/southe…
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Moved out from the parents can’t wait to trip n produce here <3 very happy
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TIL Both male and female sweat have the same componds but in different composition. The difference in each aroma is caused by bacterial enzymes that changes the sweat to produce the smelly compounds. Women have a more oniony fragrance while men have more of a cheesy fragrance. mcgill.ca/oss/article/gen…
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Update to my last post when I asked if my Mango tree would produce fruits or not - our 1st year of mangos
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[Business Insider] How footballs are made in Sialkot, Pakistan, a city that produces nearly 70% of the world's footballs. youtube.com/watch?v=hkOiF…
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How did the Australian coronavirus vaccine produce HIV antibodies?

The Australian vaccine effort has been halted after it produced HIV antibodies, leading to a false positive for HIV. Why did a coronavirus vaccine do this?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-55269381

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Research shows compensating employees based on their accomplishments rather than on hours worked produces better results. When organizations with a mix of high- to low-performing employees base rewards on hours worked, all employees see compensation as unfair, and they end up putting in less effort. news.utexas.edu/2020/10/2…
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I know it's not much, but I just started playing this game and finally I automated a system to produce green upgrade goo
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Is it weird not to listen to the genre of music you produce?

I produce mainly melodic house/ techno but I rarely listen to that genre myself. I absolutely love the music I make but for some reason I get really bored of songs similar to mine. Is this a normal thing or should I perhaps rethink what style of music I’m making?

Edit: thank you everyone for your input, have a happy new year!

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This succulent in my office produces tiny props on the edges of its leaves, which drop off. No idea what it’s called but I snagged a prop!
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Our kiwi vine produces mostly twins and triplet fruits, enough to showcase the cell division process
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Richest 1% in UK produce 11 times the carbon emissions of poorest 50%, says study Oxfam calls for higher taxes on private jets and SUVs to curb pollution by top earners.. independent.co.uk/news/uk…
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