Leif Schmit-Kallas

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Industry Engineering
Occupation Drafter/Designer
Location Riverside, CA, United States
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Introduction If you've read this far Thank you.
Interests Reading, tabletop games, golf, comparative politics, technology, Phone Art, bicycles, Economics
Favorite Movies Farscape, Avatar, Dick Tracy, Captain America, Rogue One, Silver Lining Playbook, Sleeping Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Nightmare before Christmas, James Bond: Golden Eye, Up
Favorite Music Bach, Handel, Weezer, Beck, Coldplay, Greenday, The Beatles, Band of Horses, Local Natives, The Killers, Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, Coolio, Angelique Kidjo, John Williams
Favorite Books Hannibal, Martian, To Kill a Mockingbird, Benjamin Franklin: An American Life, The Book of Sand, Da Vinci Code, The Lord of the Rings.

Do you believe that forks are evolved from spoons?

Yes, the fork came after the spoon. It's not necessarily evolution, but it's late adoption as a utensil is partly because of the devil... Darra Goldstein, the co-curator of "Feeding Desire" said the fork reminded people of the devil's horns. Citation below: Johnson, Caitlin, "The Evolution Of Silverware", October 15, 2006, https://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-evolution-of-silverware/