While it has quickly become an integral part of the Kansas City restaurant scene in the eight months that Corvino has been open, the restaurant almost didnâ€™t open in Missouri. "My wife and I were really looking to open in Seattle," says Corvino. "We even took three trips to Seattle to look around neighborhoods and buildings. But then we looked at each other and were like, 'What are we doing? We canâ€™t do this here.'"
Jesus may have turned water into wine, but scientists in Belgium are transforming urine into beer. Researchers at the University of Ghent invented a boiler that harnesses s noted. The researchers are using the water to then make beer. If you thought milking cockroaches was taking things a step too far, this beer's probably not for you. "We call it 'from sewer to brewer,'" Sebastiaan Derese, one of the researchers, told Reuters. The water generated from the process is completely safe to drink.
Someone has finally made a theme park free of screaming children and filled with alcohol. La Cité du Vin, which translates to "the city of wine" and probably "heaven on Earth," is a full-blown wine theme park. It's located in no other than Bordeaux, one of France's most famous wine-making regions, and will open in June, KTRK reported.
@uber wth I was in a car and in the middle of a ride with my phone closed and all of a sudden the ride was canceled. I’m half way to where I need to be. This is unacceptable??? I didn’t cancel the ride
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