By David Feldman
Consider, in case you will ... Has an individual ever noticeable a dwell Cornish online game rooster? Why do quarterbacks say "Hut"? Why do "sea" gulls congregate in parking plenty of procuring facilities? What does the "Q" in Q-Tips stand for? popular culture guru David Feldman demystifies those questions and lots more and plenty extra in Are Lobsters Ambidextrous? a part of the Imponderables® series—the unchallenged resource of solutions to civilization's daily mysteries—and charmingly illustrated by way of Kassie Schwan, this publication provide you with info that encyclopedias, dictionaries, and almanacs simply shouldn't have. and give it some thought, the place else are you going to determine what occurs to the caffeine left over from making decaffeinated espresso?
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In 1918, Mack first emblazoned the elephant on the left sleeve of game uniforms. The elephant image became so popular that in 1920, Mack eliminated the “A” on the front of the jersey and replaced it with a blue elephant logo. Four years later, he changed it to a white elephant. After a few years of playing more like a bunch of thundering elephants than a pennant contender, Mack de-pachydermed his players’ uniforms. No A’s uniform sported an elephant again until 1955, when the Kansas City A’s added an elephant patch to their sleeves.
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