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Something I learned: In wife-carrying you may carry your own, or somebody else’s, wife. The prize is dependent on the wife’s weight, and is paid in beer. The wife must weigh at least 49kg.

Something that made me happy: Basically everything about wife-carrying.

(Facts from Wikipedia)

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Something I learned: “The surname Galbraith is derived from the Gaelic elements gall (“stranger”) and Breathnach (“Briton”). The Britons referred to in the name may be the British people who lived in what is today Scotland before the arrival of the Gaels. The name is recorded in Lennox, during the early 13th century.”

Something that made me happy: Almost any book J. K. Rowling writes. Harry Potter and Cormoran Strike for the win.

(Facts from Wikipedia)

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Something I learned: The musical Wicked has been seen by more than four million people. Though a number of these have seen it several times.

Something that made me happy: Getting more than 7 hours of sleep for the first time in weeks.

(Facts from Wikipedia)

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Something I learned: The musical Wicked premiered in May 2003 and is based on a 1995 book that is based on the 1930 film The Wizard of Oz, that is based the story The Wonderful Wizard of Oz from 1900.

Something that made me happy: Running fast.

(Facts from Wikipedia)

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Something I learned: There is no precise definition of what a tree is, either botanically or in common language which is universally accepted.

Something that made me happy: That I’m only ever gonna write one master’s thesis. It’s brutal.

(Facts from Wikipedia)

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Something I learned: There is a “collection of online resources for studying the biology of human ageing” called HAGR (Human Ageing Genomic Resources). When you look up a specific genomic (?) data set, you look up HAGRID.

Something that made me happy: The above information. I’m a major Potterhead.

(Facts from the abstract of the paper HAGR: the Human Ageing Genomic Resources by João Pedro de Magalhães, Joana Costa, and Olivier Toussaint, 2005)