Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Strange Facts

Originally posted at www.threeforcesofevil.typepad.com Oct. 16 2005

By John Ross Harvey

Did you know, that Dryer sheets should not come into contact with clothing?
They’ve made millions of dollars on an unsafe product.

Did you know the price of gas always goes down after you’ve filled the tank?
It’s true they specifically wait for you!

Ford has controlling interest in Volvo, Aston Martin, and Jaguar
They call it, with Lincoln, the Prestige Automotive Group or PAG.
I think it should be called Bloody Rich Automotive Group or BRAG!

Chevy sucks. If you drive one, you know. If you buy one you will.

Rob Mariano is a Professional Reality Contestant.

Ever wonder what is a Marshmallow? Really?

How did O Henry ever sell chocolate bars? You know what it looks like!

I am bald. Mostly.

Money if it weren’t money, would be in a garbage dump. Think about it.
It’s crinkled paper that has ink all over it. It’s a Writer’s life.

1 comment:

jayne d'Arcy said...

How are Marshmallows Made?

In the 19th century, marshmallows were made by mixing mallow root sap, egg whites and sugar into a fluffy mold. The French added cornstarch to help speed up the production and give the candy its unforgettable form.

Today the manufacturing of marshmallows is quite different. Mallow root sap has been replaced by gelatin. Corn syrup, starch, sugar and water are mixed with the gelatin. The fluffy mixture is piped through long tubes and then cut into equal pieces. To create shaped marshmallows like Peeps, a special nozzle moves back and forth to cut the marshmallow into recognizable shapes.

Marshmallows also can be made at home. The ingredients are almost the same, but salt and vanilla extract can be added in for flavoring.

From Candy USA!