Find a famous person
[5053] Find a famous person - Find the first and the last name of a famous person. Text may go in all 8 directions. Length of words in solution: 7,5. - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles - Correct Answers: 23 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Find a famous person

Find the first and the last name of a famous person. Text may go in all 8 directions. Length of words in solution: 7,5.
Correct answers: 23
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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This duck walks into a conveni...

This duck walks into a convenience store and asks the clerk, "Do you have any grapes?"

The clerk says no, and the duck leaves. The next day, the duck returns and asks, "Do you have any grapes?" The clerk again says no, and the duck leaves.

The day after that, the duck walks in the store again and asks "Do you have any grapes?" The clerk screams at the duck, "You've come in here the past two days and asked if we had any grapes. I told you no every time that we don't have any grapes!

I swear if you come back in here again, and ask for grapes, I'll nail your webbed feet to the floor!!" The duck left, and returned the next day. This time he asked, "Do you have any nails?"

The clerk replied, "No," and the duck said, "Good! Got any grapes?"

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First paid Marconigram

In 1898, the first paid Marconigrams were sent by Lord Kelvin, from the Isle of Wight to several friends, including Sir George Stokes. As recalled by Guglilelmo Marconi, writing in 1902, Kelvin, with Lord Tennyson, was visiting the Alum Bay station at The Needles, where Marconi explained the apparatus for his “etheric wave telegraphy.” Kelvin was “so much pleased with what he saw that he desired to send telegrams to various friends on the mainland of England, insisting first that he be permitted to pay for their transmission to Bournemouth at the rate of a shilling royalty per message in order to show his appreciation of the system and to illustrate its immediate availability for commercial use.” Tennyson also sent a message to his nephew at Eton, saying, “very sorry not to hear you speak your Thackery to-morrow.«
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