sábado, 19 de enero de 2013

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Top 10 Things China Invented First
Now, I love Chinese food. I mean, who doesn’t? Weird people who don’t like lots of soy sauce and yummy carbs like rice and rice noodles? But what have the Chinese given to us, really? Fortune cookies? Jokes about children working in sweatshops? I’d like to think that they have accomplished more than that in [...]

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Top 10 Things That Haven’t Changed In 100 Years
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No doubt about it, we live in a world of rapid change. Whereas a century ago, our grandparents and great grandparents were still getting around in a horse and buggy, and reading newspapers as their only source of information and entertainment, today we fly in supersonic transports and get our news and entertainment from the [...]

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Top 10 Important Feats Accomplished By Unimportant Presidents
Not all Leaders Of The Free World are created equal.  For every Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson, or Roosevelt, there are at least five no-names who became President basically by default.  To many of us, they were seat-warming figureheads who did next-to-nothing with their time, who only got to keep the job for four years because they [...]

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Top 10 Most Interesting Child Prodigies 
To dwindle this list down to ten wasn’t easy, especially when child prodigies don’t appear often, and all deserve due credit.  Prodigies possess highly advanced skills that appear early in life, talents that most people, after an entire lifetime of effort, rarely obtain.  Of the top ten most interesting prodigies that make our list, each [...]

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