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  1. I'd like to ask, if anyone can come up with the oldest known woodworker in our earths history. This woodworker needs a name, it cannot be a segment of a society, nor an era of our worlds history such as any of the Big Era's and it cannot be a people in a region such as "The Egyptians". I am looking for a name, it can be in literature of fiction as well, drama, poetry, and of course non-fiction. You can use any venue of research you like, google and such. Yes this is a challenge! No prize at the end, just fun debate.
  2. The Encyclopedia Britannica (Latin for "British Encyclopaedia"), formerly published by Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., is a general knowledge English-language encyclopedia. It was written by about 100 full-time editors and more than 4,000 contributors. The 2010 version of the 15th edition, which spans 32 volumes and 32,640 pages, was the last printed edition.
  3. Can anyone name the two major/general categories of furniture? It's true, all furniture can be narrowed to two main categories, what are they? No Googling! Your own brain please! By the way, if you've watched Roy Underhill at all, the answer was in one of his episodes, that's how I learnt of this cool subject!
  4. Apparently, General Henry Knox was a bit "rotound", and in the lead up to the Crossing of the Delaware....Col. Glover "insulted" Gen. Knox... "In an Army that hasn't had a good meal in three months, it should be considered Treasonous for the General to fat.." "And, yes, General Knox, I am an uncouth, and profane man....however, you see that Private sitting over there, outside his tent? Cold enough to freeze his balls off, and the man is shaving! Now THERE is a "civilized man" for you" Any other good quotes and sayings out there? There was a story, about General G. S. Patton, standing on the bank of the Rhine river.....taking a leak. When he turned away, he had forgotten to close the "door"......Someone wanted to get a picture of the General.....( Bill Maudlin???)
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