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If you've never been to Australia, you should know a few things. First, Vegemite is a popular Australian spread that most of us in other nations would hate unless we'd been eating it since we were 3. Second, Australians sell coin purses made from real kangaroo scrotums. Why? I have no idea, but this is the perfect opportunity for a great prank on your less informed friends.
Mead is a type of honey wine, and people have been making it since around 7000 BC. To recreate this historical artifact, the usual process takes a long 6 months to ferment. If you don't have that kind of time, this video will show you how to make something that replicates mead, but only takes two weeks to complete.
Consider this a public service announcement. Facebook has unveiled yet another tool that will further broadcast your business to the entire world. Facebook Places works a lot like other location-sharing applications; you check into restaurants and bars and stores that you go into. Unlike other location-sharing apps, it also means that you can also get "checked in" by your friends as well. So unless you want your boss or spouse to really know what you were up to last night, it's probably safer to revise your privacy settings first.