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: 34 - 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: 34
The first user who solved this task is Snezana Milanovic.
#brainteasers #riddles
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A gynecologist who had lost in...

A gynecologist who had lost interest in his medical practice decided to change careers and enrolled in auto mechanic school.
He performed well in the course but was still shocked when he got an off-the-chart 200 on his final exam. He asked the instructor to explain the grade.
"I gave you 50 points for taking the engine apart correctly," the teacher said, "50 points for putting it back together correctly -- and an extra 100 points for doing it all through the muffler."
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Madame C.J. Walker

Died 25 May 1919 at age 51 (born 23 Dec 1867). Madame C.J. Walker (born Sarah Breedlove) was a Black-American businessperson and inventor who invented a metal heating comb and conditioner for straightening hair. She made her fortune by her hugely successful marketing and developing of hair and beauty products for black women. After starting out with her business headquarters in 1910 in Indianapolis, Indiana, she opened part of her company operations in New York City. She established a chain of beauty parlors throughout the U.S. and the Caribbean. The number of African American agents earning commissions by selling her products was about 5,000 in 1910, and this grew in the next nine years to 25,000. Walker has been called the first self-accomplished American millionairess, yet engaged in philanthropy.«
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