January 9 2014 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
Q-What are the seven deadly sins?
A. Pride, avarice, wrath, envy, glutton, sloth, lust.
January 8 2014 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
Saint Eligius is the patron saint of metal workers.
January 7 2014 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
The largest bats in the world have a wingspan of over four feet.
2014 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
Lew Wallace, a major general in the Civil War, was also an author. He wrote Ben Hur.
Lew Wallace wrote Ben Hur
Last Apace Raid January 2 2014 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
The last Apache raid into the United States occurred in 1924 when a band stole some horses from Arizonan settlers.
January 2 2014 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
December 26 2013 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
The average daily issue of the Congressional Record carries about the same number of words as 20 novels. Remember, however, that it is printed and published overnight.
December 24 2013 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
Henry Cole, a popular London museum director in the mid-19th century used to send short notes to his friends every Christmas. In 1843, he became extremely busy, so he asked John C. Horsely, an artist friend, to design a card saying “A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to You.” And so, Cole invented the Christmas Card.
Henry Cole invented Christmas Card
December 23 2013 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
There ought to be snow in Salt Lake City, Utah for Christmas. The beautiful metropolis gets 17 inches more of the white stuff a year than Fairbanks, Alaska — on average that is.
December 21 Omnibit Trivia by William W. Lawrence Sr.
Hard working scientists have proven that the mating call of the Mediterranean fruit fly has exactly the same frequency as lower F3 on your harmonica. Play masestro play!
Cryptowit Quote Puzzle 12-21-13 by William W. Lawrence Sr.
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Answer to yesterday’s puzzle: The Great Depression, like most other periods of severe unemployment, was produced by government mismanagement rather than by any inherent instability of the private economy.