Most apples we eat are from clones and cross breeding a few mutant trees. Apples naturally aren't edible.
Edit: most apples are naturally edible and just taste awful/are crabapples. The apples we buy in the store are from cloned trees.
It's people, isn't it?
RemindMe! 1000 years
The Act wasn't explicitly for Truman, but he was earning $112 a month from his Army pension, hadn't profited much from his memoirs, and had sold some family property, saying: "Had it not been for the fact that I was able to sell some property that my brother, sister, and I inherited from our mother, I would practically be on relief, but with the sale of that property I am not financially embarrassed."
The only other living former president at the time, Herbert Hoover, reportedly accepted the pension only to avoid embarrassing Truman.
So buy children now, before the price goes up!
Way to raise your kid to stay humble and approachable.
The relevance of these maps isn't so much the dimensions of things, which can be replicated by aerial photography, but things like the load limit of bridges and other details which can only be found out by having someone on the ground.
I read somewhere that they had to sit him on a book because he was too small for the chair to work. What a horrifying story.
Seems the Ice Age movies did have some accuracies.
Some people wake up long before others. From our vantage point in the United States, we forget our "moral high ground" that we assume, didn't come in one immediate flash of enlightenment. It came slowly. Over time and struggle. Sometimes person by person.