William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 6-4-14
Yes, Robert James, there were just 21 billionaires in the United States in 1987. No trillionaires. Never were.
William Lawrence Sr. Omnibit 6-3-14
A bronze plaque in Rockport, Me., marks the birthplace of the famous sea captain Hanson Gregory. He became famous after inventing the doughnut hole in 1847.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 6-2-14
American kids are not the fattest in the world. That title goes to Greece followed by Italy followed by New Zealand followed by Slovenia.
We’re number 5.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-31-14
You’re lost in the woods and are wondering what berries you can eat?
Just ponder the words of former Green Beret Myke Hawke: White and yellow, kill a fellow. Purple and blue, good for you. Red… could be good, could be dead.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-30-14
If you should ever need a candle when the zombies attack, a Crayon will burn for 30 minutes.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 5-29-14
No Robert James, New York City did not have the biggest Yellow Pages directory in the USA in 1987. Dallas did.
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.