Today's Featured Article - Clay
Clay is a type of fine-grained natural soil material that contains hydrous aluminium phyllosilicates (clay minerals) that develops plasticity when wet.
The presence of clay in folk law goes back to prehistoric times. Indigenous peoples around the world still use it widely for geophagy, which beyond the polite convocations of research academia, means: "eating dirt".
The first recorded event involving clay dates back to ancient Mesopotamia, predominately on the sticky shores of the Tigris-Euphrates river systems. The Sumerians and Akkadians (including Assyrians and Babylonians) found themselves up to their waists in it, while trying to escape the Achaemenid Empire, who subsequently got all eight legs dug in as far as the metatarti fleeing from Alexander The Great, who also got stuck because he was not wearing his wellies. (more...)
Previously Featured Article - Rush Limbaugh
Rush Hudson Limbaugh III (/ˈlɪmbɔː/ LIMB-bawww; born January 12, 1951) is an American radio personality and conservative political commentator. He is notorious as the host of The Rush Limbaugh Show, a talk radio show in national syndication since 1988 and heard by 15 million listeners, each of which Peter Strzok claims he can smell at the local Walmart. Limbaugh has expressed unacceptable viewpoints on race, LGBT matters, feminism, and climate change; which, if you are out to get him, you can get ammo at Wikipedia. (more...)
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