CARTOON 01-11-2021

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1. The Sator Square is an ancient Latin palindrome about a farmer that can be read the same way in four different directions. It has shown up in ruins all across Europe including Pompeii and dates back to at least 79 AD. 2. When Kentucky Fried Chicken first opened in China, their "finger lickin' good" slogan was initially translated to "eat your fingers off." 3. The 279-foot-wide and 43-foot-tall Newgrange Burial Mound just north of Dublin, Ireland, was built more than 500 years before the Great Pyramid of Giza. Submitted by Nate Westbury, Minneapolis, MN.

Source: CARTOON 01-11-2021

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