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Online: More than 6 months ago

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About Him

Country of Origin:
South Africa
Location:
Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Gender:
Male
Age:
37
Star Sign:
Capricorn
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Introduced in 1937, the name "Spam" was chosen in the 1930s when the product, whose original name—"Hormel Spiced Ham"—was far less memorable, began to lose market share. The name was chosen from multiple entries in a naming contest. A Hormel official once stated that the original meaning of the name SPAM was "Shoulder of Pork and hAM". According to writer Marguerite Patten in Spam – The Cookbook, the name was suggested by Kenneth Daigneau, brother of the Hormel vice president and an actor. However the name was originally created by George Savoy, but the credit goes to Kenneth Daigneau. George Savoy is the creater of the acronym SPAM, meaning Spiced Pork and hAM. The current official explanation is that the name is a syllabic abbreviation of "SPiced hAM", and that the originator was given a $100 prize for coming up with the name.

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During the 1950s and 1960s the USSR used a number of dogs for sub-orbital and orbital space flights to determine whether human spaceflight was feasible. Before becoming cosmonauts, the dogs were strays from Moscow. In total in the 1950s and 60s, the Soviet Union launched missions with passenger slots for at least 57 dogs. The actual number of dogs in space is smaller as some dogs flew more than once.

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