There are three houses in a ...
[2506] There are three houses in a ... - There are three houses in a straight row. One is red, one is Yellow, and one is white. The red house is left of the middle. The Yellow house is right of the middle. Where's the white house? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 93 - The first user who solved this task is Erkain Mahajanian
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There are three houses in a ...

There are three houses in a straight row. One is red, one is Yellow, and one is white. The red house is left of the middle. The Yellow house is right of the middle. Where's the white house?
Correct answers: 93
The first user who solved this task is Erkain Mahajanian.
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Three Blonds On Death Row

Three women are about to be executed for crimes. One's a brunette, one's a redhead, and one's a blonde.
Two guards brings the brunette forward, and the executioner asks if she has any last requests. She says no, and the executioner shouts, "Ready . . . Aim . . ."
Suddenly the brunette yells, "earthquake!!" Everyone is startled and looks around. She manages to escape.
The angry guards then bring the redhead forward, and the executioner asks if she has any last requests. She says no, and the executioner shouts, "Ready . . . Aim . . ."
The redhead then screams, "tornado!!" Yet again, everyone is startled and looks around. She too escapes execution.
By this point, the blonde had figured out what the others did. The guards bring her forward, and the executioner asks if she has any last requests. She also says no, and the executioner shouts, Ready . . . Aim . . ."
The blonde shouts, "fire!!"
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Born 18 Jun 1886; died 7 Dec 1978 at age 92.Frank Alexander Wetmore was an American ornithologist, whose first name was never used, became a prominent ornithologist and avian paleontologist, noted for his research on birds of the Western Hemisphere. Between 1910 and 1924, he worked for with the U.S. Bureau of Biological Survey, Department of Agriculture. In 1925, he was appointed Assistant Secretary, head of the Smithsonian's U.S. National Museum. From 1945 to 1952, he served as the sixth Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. Upon retiring, he continued his research at the Smithsonian Institution for another quarter century.
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