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Trivia question of the day. (answer below the fold) — How many U.S. State Capitols have the word city in their name?
Word of the day. (definition below the fold) — Credulous
Quote of the day. — “All the animals except man
know that the principal business of LIFE..is to ENJOY IT.”
Useless information. — Hall of fame running backs Gale Sayers and Barry Sanders were both born in Wichita Kansas.
Bad President/Bushisms. — “If the East Timorians decide to revlot, I’m sure I’ll have a statement.”
Dog of the day — Click to make larger
Contributed by Bill D. – White and black dog is an American Bulldog named, Valentine. Great with Bill’s 2&5 yo kids. Trained as service dog to help Bill’s wife who has severe back problems. Valentine carries a backpack with groceries or anything else she needs. Black was 15/16 when she had to be put down recently. Her name was Sadie and she was a Field Spaniel. She was adopted at 3/4 and was a wonderful companion for 12 years. She is sorely missed.
Humorous photo/video of thee day
Common misconception. — The cashless transaction, like credit cards, are a mondern invention. — This is older than money. From 2500 BC there were letters of credit that consisted of clay. Coins were invented in Lydia (now part of Turkey) around 650 BC.
— Four – Missouri, Nevada, Oklahoma, Utah.
— 1) Disposed to believe too readily; gullible. 2) Arising from or characterized by credulity.