Bacchus was the Roman god of agriculture and wine, copied from the Greek god Dionysus. Bacchus was the child of Jupiter (whose Greek name is Zeus) and Semele, a human whom Juno (whose Greek name is Hera) had tricked into asking to see Jupiter as he really was. Since she was a mortal, she was burned up by the sight of Jupiter in his divine form. So Jupiter sewed the infant Bacchus into his thigh, and gave birth to him nine months later. As a child, Bacchus was tutored by Silenus, who was a great lover of wine and often had to be carried on the back of a donkey. Before he took his place at Olympus, Bacchus wandered the world for many years, going as far as India to teach people how to grow vines. He often carried a pinecone-topped staff, and his followers were goat-footed Satyrs and Maenads, wild women who danced energetically during his festivals.
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The height and number of waterfalls along a stream or river depends upon the type of rocks that are being eroded by the water. Some types of rocks, such as shale shale for example, wear away more easily than others such as sandstone or limestone. Regardless of their geological composition or size, waterfalls are a stopping point along any hike. The wonder that comes from the power of water as it either rushes or trickles is worth the time and effort when it comes to finding them. Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Northeastern Ohio is home to a few waterfalls, the most popular being Brandywine Falls. But there are other lesser-known waterfalls that also are worth a short hike, and potentially wet shoes.
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Birds build homes in which to raise their young just as humans do, although their site selections are more varied and often in obscure, hidden places. It is common to think of nests being in tree branches. But some birds build nests on the ground, in bushes and cavities; some build on the sides and eaves of houses, as well as on other man-made structures. See if you can find the huge bush this pigeon is planning to build a nest in.
Okay, smartass. Pizza is a flatbread topped with tomato sauce and cheese and baked in an oven. It is commonly topped with a selection of meats, vegetables and condiments. The modern pizza was invented in Naples, Italy, and the dish and its variants have since become popular in many areas of the world. Because of this, the colors of Italy's flag -- red, white and green -- are often associated with pizza parlors. See if you can find this roadside pizza place.
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A shopping cart is a cart supplied by a shop, especially supermarkets, for use by customers inside the shop for transport of merchandise to the checkout counter during shopping. Customers can then also use the cart to transport their purchased goods to their cars. In many places in the United States, customers are allowed to leave the carts in designated areas within the parking lot, and store personnel will return the carts to the storage area. In many continental European premises, however, coin or token operated mechanisms are provided to encourage shoppers to return the carts to the correct location after use.
FBI director James Comey on Wednesday said that an FBI agent who operated a private email system similar to Hillary Clinton's would be “in big trouble” at the bureau. Comey was responding in a House Judiciary Committee hearing to an allegation from Ohio Rep. Steve Chabot that the decision to not charge Clinton with mishandling classified information showed a “double standard.” Georgia Congressman DOug Collins leaves Comey speechless after Comey attempted to use Hillary Clinton's defense.
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