A Conversation for From Kolbasa to Grits: What's for Dinner in Space?

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It took a good ten years for the USA to realise that some sort of hot water dispenser aboard a spacecraft would be a good thing? Can't help thinking if there was such a thing as a British space programme, the spaceship would have been built around a kettle and as means of dispensing hot sweet tea. It would have been the very first thing - like the way all British tanks and AFV's have a hot water boiler built in as standard, for tea-brews (American soldiers on operations alongside Brits soon learnt about this - no such thing in the US Army, apparently, then.) So from such small beginnings will cone the Nutrimatic Drinks Dispenser...


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Dmitri Gheorgheni - Freshly Vaccinated

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