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[2910] I have keys, but no locks. I... - I have keys, but no locks. I have space, but no room. You can enter but not exit. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 79 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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I have keys, but no locks. I...

I have keys, but no locks. I have space, but no room. You can enter but not exit. What am I?
Correct answers: 79
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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Doctors talk politics

An Israeli doctor said, "Medicine in my country is so advanced, we can take a kidney out of one person, put it in another and have him looking for work in six weeks."

A German doctor said "That's nothing! In Germany, we can take a lung out of one person, put it in another and have him looking for work in four weeks."

A Russian doctor said, "In my country, medicine is so advanced, we can take half a heart from one person, put it in another and have them both looking for work in two weeks."

The American doctor, not to be outdone, said "Hah! We are about to take an asshole out of Texas, put him in the White House and half the country will be looking for work the next day."

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Sheldon Glueck

Born 15 Aug 1896; died 10 Mar 1980 at age 83.Sol Sheldon Glueck and his wife Eleanor were an American criminologists and researchers at Harvard Law School, a husband-and-wife team whose numerous studies of criminal behaviour and of the results of correctional treatment profoundly influenced criminal justice, both legislatively and administratively. In 1940 the Gluecks began work on their best-known study, Unraveling Juvenile Delinquency (1950). This ten-year project addressed the development of criminal careers and involved a detailed examination of 500 delinquents and 500 nondelinquents from disadvantaged neighborhoods in the Boston area. Then, for the next fifteen years, the Gluecks conducted an extensive follow-up of the original sample.
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