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Researchers Develop Faster Ketchup Flow

An article in Time.com noted that ketchup flows out of a glass bottle at a rate of .028 miles per hour. That's slower than a Galapagos tortoise, ...

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Matthew Woodley

January 15, 2013  2:32pm

Hi Rick: Of course but squeeze bottles are plastic. Yuck! There's nothing like ketchup out of a glass bottle.

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Rick Nier

January 15, 2013  1:24pm

Has nobody heard of the squeeze bottle?

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CHRIS EDERESINGHE

January 14, 2013  8:07pm

Is this another symptom of the "NOW" generation? Contrast this with the opening lines of Robert Browning's poem :Rabbi Ben Era: "Grow old along with me, The best is yet to be The last of life for which the first was made." James 5:7,8 urges us to be "patient, therefore, brethren" --- not just for the ketchup to flow faster, but to "bear patiently the cross of grief or pain" and trust that the Lord always has something better in store for us ( certainly, better than a few drops of ketchup!!) "Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ" (Titus 2:13) Sincerely, Yours in the Master's service, Chris Ederesinghe

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