William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 12-5-14
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 12-4-14
The heaviest athlete of all time was William S. Cobb, a wrestler from Macon, Ga. He weighed 802 pounds in 1962.
William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 12-4-14
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Answer to yesterday’s puzzle: An intellectual is a man who takes more words than necessary to tell more than he knows.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 12-3-14
A cord of wood (a pile four feet high and eight feet wide) will provide enough material to make well over 4 million postage stamps.
William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 12-3-14
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Answer to yesterday’s puzzle: Travel, in the younger sort, is a part of education; in the elder, a part of experience.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 12-2-14
Sarah Porter Hillhouse was the first woman in the United States to own and edit a newspaper. It was the Washington (Ga.) Gazette.
William Lawrence Sr. Omnibit 12-1-14
December comes from the Latin word decem meaning 10. It was the 10th month of the Roman Calendar.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 11-29-14
The founders of Wilkes Barre, Pa, thought they were in Connecticut when they made their city.
William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 11-28-14
Here’s a gift for the guy who has everything. The little country of Bhutan, north of India, once issued a postage stamp that was a tiny phonograph record. It played the Bhutanese national anthem.
William Lawrence Sr. Omnibit 11-27-14