Adolph Hitler wore lederhosen and a green woolen hat with a feather while a teenager in Austria. You would have laughed at him.
Son of Man has come to seek William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 4-30-18
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Peace with ourselves William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 4-29-18
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Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: We are not at peace with others because we are not at peace with ourselves, and we are not at peace with ourselves because we are not at peace with God.
The United States did not issue paper money until the Civil War. The first set issued with the intent to be legal tender, or legally recognized as meeting a financial obligation, was the United States Note or “greenback”. Pennsylvania’s first and third senators Robert Morris and Albert Gallatin appeared on the $100 and $5,000 denominations respectively.
Paper money William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 4-28-18
Highest passion William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 4-28-18
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The loudest sound ever measured occurred Aug. 27, 1883 when the island of Krakatoa erupted as a volcano. Ranchers in Alice Springs, Australia 2,233 miles away heard what sounded like rifle shots. It was the volcano.
Loudest sound William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 4-27-18
Define poetry William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 4-27-18
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Toilets vs restrooms — American English can be confusing. Visitors must be told that what they know as toilets are called restrooms in the USA but that you can’t rest or sleep in them, and what we call toilets are only a small part of the restroom and the water in them can only be used for flushing.
Toilets vs restrooms William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 4-26-18
Lost time William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 4-26-18
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The first Wild West gunfighter “quick draw” duel occurred July 21, 1865 in Springfield, Mo. between Wild Bill Hickok and Davis Tutt. Wild Bill won. It was written up in Harper’s Magazine and made him a household name.