Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture
[3428] Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture - There are 6 words hidden in the picture, can you find 1 of 6? - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles #riddles - Correct Answers: 252 - The first user who solved this task is Allen Wager
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Find 1 of 6 Words Hidden in the Picture

There are 6 words hidden in the picture, can you find 1 of 6?
Correct answers: 252
The first user who solved this task is Allen Wager.
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Late for Work

Tom had this problem of getting up late in the morning and was always late for work. His boss was mad at him and threatened to fire him if he didn't do something about it. So Tom went to his doctor who gave him a pill and told him to take it before he went to bed.
Tom slept well and in fact beat the alarm in the morning. He had a leisurely breakfast and drove cheerfully to work. "Boss," he said, "The pill actually worked!"
"That's all fine" said the boss. "But where were you yesterday?"

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Robert R. Wilson

Died 16 Jan 2000 at age 85 (born 4 Mar 1914).Robert Rathbun Wilson was an American physicist who was the first director of Fermilab. From 1967, he led the design and construction of Fermilab (the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory) near Chicago, Illinois. He also improved the environment by restoring prairie at the site. It began operating in 1972 with the world's most powerful particle accelerator. With later improvements, it retained that status for well over three decades until it was superceded by the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at the CERN laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland. Wilson is remembered for his justification of the needed financing at a Senate hearing in 1969, where he said “It has nothing to do with defending our country, except to make it worth defending.” He resigned in 1978 because he did not believe the government was giving it sufficient funding for its research mission.«
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