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Rick and Morty is an American adult animated science fiction sitcom created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon for Cartoon Network’s late-night programming block adult swim. Rick, the most powerful person in the universe, seems to be concerned with appearing antisemitic (prejudice against the Jewish people) when discussing Israel. The gag about Israel generated from when drunk Rick was heard by Morty to be babbling about the defense budgets and the United Nations—but the joke lies in the fact that sober.

Rick was going out of his way to ensure that he is not seen as antisemitic. The gag was ignited the more because he did not have a specific point of view. We all know that Rick is the smartest being in the universe and he does not censor his opinion on anything except this, and the only sure thing that is obvious is that he is afraid of appearing antisemitic.

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Depends on the seasons because day/night hours for summer and night are different than spring and autumn

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Rick and Morty is a series that is very popular right now. Those who have just started to watch would like to watch episodes from its first season. Some videos are available at You can look for a video downloader online that will help you get the videos from the website and download to your device.

If in case adult swim does not allow this, there are other websites online that will provide you with this option. There are also some applications that will enable you to stream the videos, but this may not be what you want since you like to watch the episodes when you are offline.

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This statement is indeed false. Using a sweetener on fruits dates back as far as ancient Egyptians. This ancient civilization would use honey on different nuts and fruits for worshiping their gods and goddesses. In other areas of the world, the use of sugarcane came to fruition and around 950 AD the Arabs invented caramel.

Each one of these civilizations used either honey or sugar on different fruits to produce a candy-like item. Finally, in the middle ages, candy became popular as well as fruit candies which—you guessed it—combined sugar and fruit.

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