William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-28-14
Q– Who hosted General Electric Theater, the popular 1950s TV program?
A– Ronald Reagan.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-27-14
The underwater pogo-stick jumping record belongs to Ashrita Furman, at least as of 1986. That year, Furman, dressed in a wet suit and snorkel jumped up and down for five hours and 38 minutes under San Francisco Bay.
That’s not all! Furman claimed another record when he somersaulted the entire route of Paul Revere’s ride — 12 miles, 390 yards.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-26-14
The Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620. A year later they punished one of the local Indians for getting drunk.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-24-14
The bumble bee is a miracle, when you stop to consider that under all theories they are aerodynamically constructed so they can’t fly.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-23-14
The U.S. Marines were founded in the Tun Tavern in Philadelphia in 1775.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-22-14
They don’t know why it works but it does. There are over 25,000 Americans who practice drowsing as of 1987. That’s finding water underground by using a forked stick.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-21-14
Phil Bancroft points out that time can do a lot of things. Time will tell, flies, marches on, heals all wounds and runs out.
May 20 2014 Omnibit by William Lawrence Sr.
Come on Robert James, join us in singing “Happy Birthday” to Honore de Balzac, the French novelist. He was born May 20, 1799.
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William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-19-14
Of the 271 words in Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, 203 of them were just one syllable.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-17-14
President Theodore Roosevelt shook hands with 8,513 people at the 1907 New Year’s White House celebration.