I thought it would be interesting if tidbits were posted here everyonce in awhile, or frequently even. Hell, why not make it a sticky? We could use tidbits on forums. What do you say admins? Anyhow, here is a few tidbits from me to you; A cd costs 49 cents to make, yet they sell them for 10 to 15 dollars a piece! Turkish bridegrooms were once required to make a promise during their wedding ceremonies to always provide their new wives with coffee. If they failed to do so, it was grounds for divorce! (Ouch!) One glass of orange juice (non-concentrated, 8 ounces) is enough to cover up your vitamin C requirements for the day. If you catch cold, eat some raw onions and drink some hot water. Gone is the cold! If you feel nauseated or begin to vomit, slice an onion and smell it to stop the unpleasantness. People who are prone to get epilepsy, should carry some "white onions" in their pockets. When an attack comes, a few drops of the onion juice should be poured into their ears (by others). It would give quick relief. You may start "crying" without sufficient reason, when you slice onions in the kitchen, but remember it is good for the eyes, when you keep them closed, of course after cutting the onions. Under Medieval law, in Medieval Europe (duh!), animals could be tried and sentenced for crimes, just as though they were people. There are records of farm animals being tried for injuring or killing people. Animals were charged with smaller crimes, too. Some mice were taken to court for stealing part of the harvest, and, in another case, a flock of locusts was convicted --in absentia--of eating crops. How about your tidbits?