“Guilty Until Proven Guilty, I like the green goldfish and No Quakers Were Involved in the Making of these Oats”
Almost every case that goes to court in Japan ends in a guilty verdict . . . the country has a 99.9% conviction rate.
Goldfish were originally green, and orange ones had rare mutations. But those were more popular in China, so they bred the orange goldfish together.
Quaker Oats wasn’t founded by Quakers and has never been involved with them in any way. They got the name because the company was founded in a part of Pennsylvania with a lot of Quakers back in 1901.