I hang or stand by a wall, run...
[2307] I hang or stand by a wall, run... - I hang or stand by a wall, run fast with hands but no feet at all. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 215 - The first user who solved this task is On On Lunarbasil
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I hang or stand by a wall, run...

I hang or stand by a wall, run fast with hands but no feet at all. What am I?
Correct answers: 215
The first user who solved this task is On On Lunarbasil.
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Ray shows up at the bar all ou...

Ray shows up at the bar all out of breath so Dewey asks him what the hell is wrong with you?
So Ray says "Ive been running from the cops but I finally lost them"
Dewey then asked "what the hell did you do?"
Ray replied " I was pissing in the shower and the cops showed up to arrest me!"
"Thats not against the law" said Dewey, "Thats what I thought," said Ray.
"But those guys at Home Depot sure must of thought it was"
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Henri-Gaston Busignies

Died 20 Jun 1981 at age 75 (born 29 Dec 1905).French-American electrronics engineer whose invention (1936) of high-frequency direction finders (HF/DF, or "Huff Duff") permitted the U.S. Navy during World War II to detect enemy transmissions and quickly pinpoint the direction from which a radio transmission was coming. Busignies invented the radiocompass (1926) while still a student at Jules Ferry College in Versailles, France. In 1934, he started developing the direction finder based on his earlier radiocompass. Busignies developed the moving target indicator for wartime radar. It scrubbed off the radar screen every echo from stationary objects and left only echoes from moving objects, such as aircraft.«
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