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Jan 28, 2021

what's the worst possible way to be woken up?
what old tech do you still have?
if you could only eat one fruit for the rest of your life-which one?
who would you want as a "chat-bot"
game: mindtrap
if you got into a bar fight...which 3 hollywood actors would you want with you?
favorite super bowl foods
game: would you rather
first signs of a heart attack
comfort foods by state
goodbye/fun facts....National Chocolate Cake day...National Chocolate Cake Day celebrates the cake most people favor. In America, chocolate was consumed primarily as a beverage until the 1830s or 40s. Chocolate cakes, as we think of them today, mostly did not exist then. According to the Dover Post, the chocolate cake was born in 1765 when a doctor and a chocolate maker teamed up in an old mill. They ground up cocoa beans between huge millstones to make a thick syrup. The liquid was poured into molds shaped like cakes, which were meant to be transformed into a beverage. The first boxed cake mix was created by a company called O. Duff and Sons in the late 1920s. Betty Crocker released their first dry cake mixes in 1947.