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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 11:55 pm 
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ah, so that is theee definitive apples list?
DAMN it...

i've been liking them in the wrong order all along!


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 11:59 pm 
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Top Five Hottest Peppers In The World 2018

1. Carolina Reaper 2,200,000 SHU
2. Trinidad Moruga Scorpion 2,009,231 SHU
3. 7 Pot Douglah 1,853,936 SHU
4. 7 Pot Primo 1,469,000 SHU
5. Trinidad Scorpion “Butch T” 1,463,700 SHU

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Pepper X came out last year at 3,180,000 scoville units.

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 Post subject: Re: Top 5 of whatever
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coevad wrote:
Pepper X came out last year at 3,180,000 scoville units.


Should have looked at the link !

"Pepper X – Another pepper claiming to be TWICE as hot as the Carolina Reaper has surfaced, but this might have more merit.

However, we will have to wait and see if Pepper X is real before adding to our Top 10 list."


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Top 5 current favorite FZ guitar solos:

5 - Sleazette - Finer Moments
4 - Filthy Habits - YCDTOSA 4
3 - Occam's Razor - One Shot Deal
2 - D.C. Boogie - Imaginary Diseases
1 - Pick Me, I'm Clean - Buffalo

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2018 11:32 am 
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Trip wrote:
coevad wrote:
Pepper X came out last year at 3,180,000 scoville units.


Should have looked at the link !

"Pepper X – Another pepper claiming to be TWICE as hot as the Carolina Reaper has surfaced, but this might have more merit.

However, we will have to wait and see if Pepper X is real before adding to our Top 10 list."

3,180,000 vs 2,200,000. Not twice as hot. Boy, they sure are lousy at math.

Thanx for the link, though. :mrgreen:

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Top 5 earworms I've had recently:

5. Kashmir
4. TVC15 - Bowie (chorus only)
3. The Purple Lagoon intro from Hammersmith Odeon
2. Red Red Wine - UB40 (my wife somehow never heard this before and now has been playing it on youtube).
1. Sharleena - Flo and Eddie version

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5 big questions in life...

1. Who
2. What
3. Where
4. When
5. Why


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5 Big Questions revised

Who?
What?
Where?
When?
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5 Questions Revised for the Sound Check

1. What?
2. Can you turn up?
3. OK, too loud, can you turn down?
4. Just a little more?
5. Yer not gonna play anything like that when the show starts, are ya?

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Top 5 most indebted states in the US.

1. California
"California has the highest debt-to-income ratio in the country. Residents of the Golden State make about $28,000 annually on average, according to U.S. Census Bureau data. The New York Federal Reserve Bank shows that Californians have a per-resident debt balance of $65,740. This gives Californians a debt-to-income ratio of 2.34 on average. Like many other states, most of Californians' debt is held up in their m ortgages. Californians owe about $51,190 on their m ortgages on a per-capita basis."

2. Hawaii
"Hawaii comes in second, with a debt-to-income ratio of 2.1. On average, Hawaiians make slightly more than [people in the top state on this list]. The median income in Hawaii is $31,905, as compared to $28,068 in [that state]. Residents of Hawaii also have slightly more debt per capita ... : $67,010, [compared] to $65,740. Hawaiians have the second-highest proportion of debt tied up in m ortgage. In total, $51,770 out of the total $67,010 in per capita debt that Hawaiians hold is owed on m ortgages. That means 77 percent of per- capita debt is m ortgage debt."

3. Virginia
"Virginia comes in third, with a debt-to-income ratio just below 2. The average Virginian makes about $31,557 and has $62,520 in debt. One reason why lenders may feel safe lending to Virginians, allowing them to have a high debt-to-income ratio, is their low delinquency rates. Only 1.27 percent of m ortgage debt in Virginia is delinquent by at least 90 days. That is the 13th-lowest rate in the country. Virginia also has a relatively high proportion of its debt in student loans (7.76 percent)."

4. Colorado
"Of Colorado's total debt, 6.85 percent is tied up in automobile debt. That's the second-highest rate in the top 10. However it is quite a bit lower than the national average of 9.57 percent. Overall, there is not much separating Colorado from [the next state up in the ranking]: Colorado has a debt-to-income ratio of 1.96. The median income in Colorado is $31,664 and the per capita debt is $62,200."

5. Utah
"Like the rest of the top 10, Utah residents have the vast majority of their debt tied up in m ortgages. Utah residents have $52,150 in per-capita debt, $38,240 of which is m ortgage debt. The state also has one of the lowest delinquency rates for m ortgage debt. Only 1.05 percent of m ortgage debt is 90 days past due in Utah. Again this may partially explain why lenders are so willing to lend to Utahans looking for m ortgages."

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