The first Starbucks opened in Seattle, Washington, on March 30, 1971, by three partners who met while they were students at the University of San Francisco: English teacher Jerry Baldwin, history teacher Zev Siegl, and writer Gordon Bowker.
How many bones are in a dog’s body?
Bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons compose the bulk of an animal’s body mass. Allowing for variations in tail length, there is an average of 319 bones in the dog skeleton. Bones are complex, rigid, living organs that have their own supply of blood vessels and nerves.
What is Ro Sham Bo?
Connections to the French surname Rochambeau are a folk etymology. (as three words, ro sham bo) the syllables called out by players of Rock Paper Scissors to synchronize their timing. To play a game of roshambo in order to decide a point of contention.
Do your eyes see upside down?
The human eye actually sees everything upside down. Light enters the eye through the cornea and is further refracted when it hits the lens. Here it is flipped upside down and projected onto the retina.
How many cups is 200 grams of flour?
The most common dry ingredients are flour (1 cup = 150g), sugar (1 cup = 200g), brown sugar (1 cup packed = 200g), rice (1 cup = 200g), raisins (1 cup = 140g). For butter 1 tablespoon is 15g, 1 stick is 110g and 1 cup is 225g. Confectioner’s sugar is icing sugar (1 cup = 100g).
Which civilization was responsible for the invention of the wheel?
The Sumerians, ( a civilization in ancient Mesopotamia) invented the wheel. The wheels were used to connect on chariots. It made it easier for them to get places faster. “It was one of the biggest inventions in history.”
What state does not have poisonous snakes?
The United States has about 20 species of venomous snakes which include 16 species of rattlesnakes, 2 species of coral snakes, one species of cottonmouth (or water moccasin), and one species of copperhead. At least one type of venomous snake is found in every state except Alaska and Hawaii.
Who was one of the original three musketeers?
It was in this book, he said, that d’Artagnan relates his first visit to M. de Tréville, captain of the Musketeers, where in the antechamber he met three young men with the names Athos, Porthos and Aramis.