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'''South Park Episode''' - This is also coincidentally the same number in relation to South Park Episode no. 316, entitled ''"Are you there, God? It's me, Jesus"''. The episode partially deals with Jesus wanting God to make an appearance as part of a miracle. Once again it is a play on Jesus.
 
'''South Park Episode''' - This is also coincidentally the same number in relation to South Park Episode no. 316, entitled ''"Are you there, God? It's me, Jesus"''. The episode partially deals with Jesus wanting God to make an appearance as part of a miracle. Once again it is a play on Jesus.
   
'''Historical Event''' - In the year 316 AD, Constantine I, the emperor of Rome, banned crucifixion as a method for punishing slaves. This may be a reference to Jesus's crucifixion.
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'''Historical Event''' - In the year 316 AD, Constantine I, the emperor of Rome, banned crucification as a method for punishing slaves. This may be a reference to Jesus's crucification.
   
 
'''Stainless Steel''' - Ironically, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stainless_steel#Types_of_stainless_steel 316] is part of a series of stainless steels, most notable for its use in combination with organisms, due to a lack of corrosion.
 
'''Stainless Steel''' - Ironically, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stainless_steel#Types_of_stainless_steel 316] is part of a series of stainless steels, most notable for its use in combination with organisms, due to a lack of corrosion.
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