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Kathryn Amis thanked Rooster Cogburn's answer

I found and read two different articles about that saying. One saying that it's an old wives tale and another that said scientists believe it could be true. I'll put both links here and you can have your husband read them. Maybe he won't laugh anymore !

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Kathryn Amis answered Superman Kal-El's question

I know the answer to this question! 

My 6 grandsons discuss matters of this kind ALL the time and I'm often called to adjudicate when things get a bit stormy!

Superman would win every time!

The clue is in the name - SUPER man.  Not an ordinary man like Hulk who is simply a man changed … Read more

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Kathryn Amis thanked ZombieE Lee's answer

ISIS is a problem that the Middle Eastern nations are going to have to solve themselves. If any outside nations like America or Britain get involved the whole situation will become worse. Just let the Turks and Saudi Arabia take care of it. If they get mad enough a united Middle East assault will take … Read more

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Kathryn Amis thanked Anonymous' answer

In actual taste tests, people are unable to tell which is a cheap wine and which is not so cheap. Trader Joe has done very well with Two Buck Chuck, even after raising the price to three and a half bux. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Shaw_wine

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Kathryn Amis thanked Korvo One's answer

It is both. Taste and snobbery. I drink the wines I like, not the wines that cost the most or the least. You find the wine you like. (But don't go for the real cheap ones they are normally poor name and poor taste and are only good for cooking.) Unfortunately some people look only … Read more

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Kathryn Amis thanked The Z.'s answer

To some extent, it is snobbery. Unless you are a seasoned connoisseur of wines, you may not be able to appreciate the difference. Wine is for everyone. Try everything, like what you like without regret or second guess. 

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Kathryn Amis thanked Gator Blu's answer

Money isn't really that much of an issue. There are some great inexpensive wines. The thing is with reds you have a wide variety of them. I have started drinking merlot a few years ago because it is often easier to get when I am out for dinner than an old vine zinfandel, which I … Read more

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Kathryn Amis blurted

Depends of what you're looking for.

If it's architecture and culture, I don't think you can do better than Rome. They call it the Eternal City. At every street corner, every square, every bridge - history is there.

London is vibrant, exciting and up to date. It also has a fascinating history.

Travelling further afield, China is a … Read more

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Kathryn Amis answered Anonymous' question

Depends of what you're looking for.

If it's architecture and culture, I don't think you can do better than Rome. They call it the Eternal City. At every street corner, every square, every bridge - history is there.

London is vibrant, exciting and up to date. It also has a fascinating history.

Travelling further afield, China is a … Read more