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As a young kid I remember pulling on the tab to open a can and having it break off. It's one of my earliest memories of having to resort to tools in order to get what I wanted.

In later young years, I remember using the can opener on the bottom edge of beer cans. Then tilt head back, lift can up and pop the top for the forced gravity feed down the gullet.

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How many of you know that a copper penny has the ampere rating printed on it ?

Ok. I'll bite. (Even though I feel like I'm being set up.)

I did not know that a copper penny has the ampere rating printed on it, how is that, Jack?

Not being set up in a bad way - just a fun way

the ampere rating of a copper penny is stamped above Lincolns head:

"In God We Trust"

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How many of you know that a copper penny has the ampere rating printed on it ?

Ok. I'll bite. (Even though I feel like I'm being set up.)

I did not know that a copper penny has the ampere rating printed on it, how is that, Jack?

Not being set up in a bad way - just a fun way

the ampere rating of a copper penny is stamped above Lincolns head:

"In God We Trust"

Now that's funny. Never heard that one before.

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