I can fly but I have no wing...
[3615] I can fly but I have no wing... - I can fly but I have no wings , I can cry but I have no eyes and wherever I go darkness follows me. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 50 - The first user who solved this task is Snezana Milanovic
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I can fly but I have no wing...

I can fly but I have no wings , I can cry but I have no eyes and wherever I go darkness follows me. What am I?
Correct answers: 50
The first user who solved this task is Snezana Milanovic.
#brainteasers #riddles
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There was a farmer who grew wa...

There was a farmer who grew watermelons. He was doing pretty well, but he was disturbed by some local kids who would sneak into his watermelon patch at night and eat his watermelons.
After some careful thought, he came up with a clever idea that he thought would scare the kids away for sure. He made up a sign and posted it in the field. The next night, the kids showed up and they saw the sign which read, "Warning! One of the watermelons in this field has been injected with cyanide."
The kids ran off, made up their own sign and posted it next to the farmer's sign. When the farmer returned, he surveyed the field. He noticed that no watermelons were missing, but the sign next to his read, "Now there are two!"
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Heart movie

In 1951, the first motion picture in the U.S. of the inside of a living heart was shown at the clinical session of the New York Academy of Medicine Post Graduate Fortnightly held at Montefiore Hospital, New York City, where the film was made. A dog's heart was the subject of the 9-1/2 minute colour film, which showed the opening and closing of the mitral valve. This structure was of interest because it is often crippled by rheumatic fever. Entitled A Cinematographic Study of the Function of the Mitral Valve in Situ, the film was the result of work by Dr. Elliott S. Hurwitt, Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz and photography by Anatol Herskovitz.
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