Frisk #188

Holy Toledo, it’s Frisk #188! Artikel 188 was a Belgian TV movie in 1968. I tried to find you an interesting fact about it but the cupboard was bare.

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16th August 2017

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Remark #33

A very cheeky suit in this month's newsletter from our sponsorship team. Plus a load of other great stuff too. http://joom.ag/s4IL

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14th August 2017

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Frisk #187

Pork and beans, it’s Frisk #187! One Eight Seven was a Samuel L. Jackson movie back in 1997. Haven’t seen it. You?

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9th August 2017

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Frisk #186

Holy hell, it’s Frisk #186! The A186 is the road that connects Newcastle-upon-Tyne with North Shields. Y’know, if you ever need it.

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2nd August 2017

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Frisk #185

Smokey Yunick, it’s Frisk #185! On June 12th 1979, a chap from Michigan by the name of Kevin St. Onge set a Guinness World Record by throwing a playing card 185 feet.
We’ve run this fact through the computer, and all the readings for usefulness are coming back negative.

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19th July 2017

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Frisk #184

Bang a gong, get it on, it’s Frisk #184! In the statistical mechanics branch of theoretical physics, Rule 184 is a cellular automaton capable of recognising majorities and simulating traffic flow, surface deposition, and particle-antiparticle annihilation reactions.
There are only four people in the world who know what that means. I am not one of them.

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12th July 2017

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Frisk #183

Great Caesar’s ghost, it’s Frisk #183! 183 Club is a Taiwanese boy band whose average height across its five members is 183cm; Yen Hsing-su is the only member who is actually 183cm tall.
I’ve tried, but I can’t think of a single situation in which this information would be useful. Sorry about that.

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5th July 2017

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Frisk #182

Mary Poppins, it’s Frisk #182! Fun fact about the band Blink-182 – they were originally called Blink, until an Irish band of the same name threatened legal action, so they randomly chose the number 182 to tack onto the end. It has no meaning.
(Blink have faded into obscurity; Blink-182 are still going)

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28th June 2017

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