The ketchup must react chemically with the Brooklynized water.
In other food news, a Hummus shortage seems to be on the horizon in Israel.
Yeah, this is turning into a round-up--what of it? Anyway here is an item on "Why Most Published Research Findings Are False" (h/t: Discarded Lies)
Actually, this should be called the "Anti-BDS Cookbook," but it looks worthwhile. (h/t: Divest this)
At (North) Korean News we learn of "Japan's Wild Ambition for Overseas Invasion": "Having built their military muscle, the Japanese reactionaries are going reckless, blinded by the wild ambition for overseas aggression just as a tadpole is bound to jump out of a pool as soon as it grows to be a frog." Later the article adds that the "Japanese militarists will not be able to escape the fate of tiger moths."
Telegraph: "Wikileaks: how Iran devised new suicide vest for al-Qaeda to use in Iraq."
LA Times: "UCLA's ongoing suspension of admissions to Islamic studies worries students." The fact that "Islamic Studies" still seems like a good idea to Muslims probably indicates that it still has not quite arrived as an independent academic discipline. Be careful what you wish for, O Muslims.