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Guess the Name of the Movie Represented in the Image.
Correct answers: 68
The first user who solved this task is Savanna Rose.
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Few Kids Jokes

Why do bananas have to put on sunscreen before they go to the beach?

Because they might peel.

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Q: Why A snail painted an S on the top of his car?

A: So people would say “Look at that S car go!”

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Knock knock! Who’s there?

Interrupting cow.

Interrupting cow wh--MOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!

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Why did the cow cross the road?

To get to the moo-vies!

found on http://girltomom.com/a-giggle/funny-jokes-for-little-kids

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Sir Francis Galton

Died 17 Jan 1911 at age 88 (born 16 Feb 1822). English anthropologist, eugenicist and statistician who wasan investigator of intellectual ability and the founder of eugenics. He explored in south-western Africa. In meteorology, he was first to recognise and name the anticyclone. He interpreted the theory of evolution of (his cousin) Charles Darwin to imply inheritance of talent could be manipulated. Galton had a long-term interest in eugenics - a word he coined for scientifically selected parenthood to enable inheritance of beneficial characteristics. He coined the phrase “nature versus nurture.”Galton experimentally verified the uniqueness of fingerprints, and suggested the first classification based on grouping the patterns into arches, loops, and whorls. On 1 Apr 1875, he published the first newspaper weather map, in The Times.«[Image: at age about 50]
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