According to the patent, Pringles were invented by Alexander Liepa of Montgomery, Ohio. Gene Wolfe developed the machine that cooks them; the dough making and rolling portion was designed by Len Hooper.
In electronics, an integrated circuit (also known as IC, microcircuit, microchip, silicon chip, or chip) is a miniaturized electronic circuit (consisting mainly of semiconductor devices, as well as passive components) that has been manufactured in the surface of a thin substrate of semiconductor material.
In 1987, [Brad] Pitt arrived in Beverly Hills, California. He studied under coach Roy London for six years. He first appeared in the sitcom Head Of The Class, for a while dating the show’s star Robin Givens. He also guest starred in two episodes of Growing Pains. Pitt appeared as Chris in the long-running soap Another World.
It is possible to throw the plastic lid on a Pringles can in a similar fashion to a frisbee. When released with the correct technique, they are surprisingly stable in flight, and can travel upwards of 50 feet. The established throwing technique is to hold the lid between the thumb and middle finger, starting with your arm in a backhand throwing position, held at just above waist height. A flick is critical when releasing the lid, to achieve sufficient spin. As Pringles lids require much more spin than Frisbees to maintain stability, successful forehand throws are extremely difficult to achieve. At sufficiently small angles of incidence Pringles lids will rebound from walls, and due to their lighter construction and shorter range, they are a safer alternative to throwing a disc around indoors.
Pringles are a brand of potato chips (or potato crisps) produced by Procter & Gamble. Pringles were first sold in North America in October of 1968, but were not rolled out nationally until the mid-1970s. They were originally known as “Pringle’s Newfangled Potato Chips”, but the name was changed for introduction to the national market.