A lot of bizarro stuff turns up along the roadsides in this great land of ours and a quite nifty Web site, Roadside America, is there to keep tabs on as much of it as they can manage.
Speaking of bizarro and Roadside America, check out their piece on Adolf Hitler's Tea Service, which resides in the Berman Museum of World History in Anniston, Alabama. As the text notes, Hitler was apparently not very keen on tea, but kept the service on hand for the benefit of guests. More info here.
On a totally unrelated tangent, here's a report from the New York Times about how Okinawans are gaining weight on American-styled fast food. What caught my eye here (paragraph 8) was the notion of going into a McDonald's and ordering an oolong tea to go with your McWhatever. Who knew?
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