AH HA! I knew it!

Never did liked it. 

Fredric John Baur (June 14, 1918 – May 4, 2008) was an American chemist and food storage technician notable for designing and patenting the Pringles packaging.

Some of Baur’s ashes were buried in a Pringles can at his request. Baur’s children said they honored his request to bury him in one of the cans by placing part of his cremated remains in a Pringles container in his grave in suburban Springfield Township. The rest of his remains were placed in an urn buried along with the can, with some placed in another urn and given to one of Baur’s grandchildren. (From Wikipedia)

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14 thoughts on “AH HA! I knew it!

  1. I thank my lucky stars frequently that I read the package on those things before ever eating any; saw right away they were not only NOT potatoes, they weren’t actually real FOOD at all, with as many preservatives in them as nutritional substances, none of which were made from food, other than peripherally…. Essentially, they’re a benign form of plastic….

    But people still eat a lot of them…. and, then, wonder why so many of them end up with cancer….

    Cain’t fix stupid, can you?…

    gigoid, the dubious

    😎

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