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  samsterling  |  19

Not gonna lie, one time as I was walking down the stairs from my dorm, I realized I was missing my keys. I turned around to get them, only to realize my door was locked...and I had no keys.

  lifeeeeee  |  7

Why does this have thumbs downs? I think he/she was just saying that if he/she got pulled over he/she would not have their license because most people keep there licenses in there wallets.

By  brokenseeker  |  0

After 65 years of age... all wines suck.

Wines only get better with age if they have tanin, a strong antioxident. As the oxygen slowly diffuses past the cork it destroys the tanin bringing out the flavors underneath. Tanin can hide bad flavors if it's cheap wine, however good wine will peak at some point when it has the most goof flavors, then it will begin it's steady decline into blandness as oxygen destroyes the remaning flavors. Eventualy it will start breaking things down into unsavory things, aditionaly the older the bottle the more likely the cork will fail, allowing in vinegar bacteria or other biotics that can break down alchohol.