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March 24th, 2013, 20:08
Australian microbrewery Nail Brewing produced the most expensive beer in the world, using water melted from a block of Antarctic ice. And still it, according to experts, tastes like making love in a canoe.

After having written a poem on the 1625 great plague of London, the poet Abraham Holland died of the plague the following year. The poem goes like this:

"Today we have a plague.
It's causes seems quite vague.
We know it's not a virus.
But sadly that won't help us.
We cannot say for sure.
If we'll ever find a cure.
"

Fortunately, we did find a cure around 300 years later. The plague responds very well to several antibiotics.

American industrialist Bradish Johnson (not pictured) was involved in the "swill milk" scandal, in which organic distillery waste was fed to sick old cows and their milk sold as "farm-fresh".

Raees Mohammad scored 110 not out and took four wickets in Quaid-i-Azam Trophy's final in 1954–55. I'm sure there's something about cricket here, but I haven't tested it.

Haloquadratum are remarkable for their relative abundance in halophilic environments.

Pibbur who thinks "Yersinia" is the most beautifull name of a microorganism. Ever.

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