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Little 1 year ago
This is so uninteresting!
       
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Dossie 1 year ago
#13 you mean his HEAD pointing north, right? Compasses always point north.
       
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Dorinda 1 year ago
#3 he was also an @$$hole and thought nothing of stealing and taking credit for others work................including Tesler #7
       
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Zeely 1 year ago
Dorinda,

...and Tesla, too
       
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Vanna 1 year ago
Zeely,
Edison never said that about salt.
That was J.C. Penny, who used to take jr. executives up for promotions to lunch and watch whether they seasoned their food before eating.
His belief was that they wouldn't be careful in company decisions if they acted impulsively at simple eating decisions.
       
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Donald 1 year ago
So interesting, please more !
       
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Friedrich Schiller, a German poet, philosopher, physician, historian, and playwright, got inspiration to work via apples. Not by eating them, no. But by having a drawer full of rotten ones sitting at his desk. The stench inspired him to write, apparently.

 

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