Weight in my belly, Trees on m...
[2354] Weight in my belly, Trees on m... - Weight in my belly, Trees on my back, Nails in my ribs, Feet do I lack. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 49 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Weight in my belly, Trees on m...

Weight in my belly, Trees on my back, Nails in my ribs, Feet do I lack. What am I?
Correct answers: 49
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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Stiff Neck

A five year old boy comes to visit his grandparents and notices his grandfather sitting on the porch, in the rocker, wearing only a shirt, naked from the waist down. "Grandpa, whatcha' doing? You're weenie's out and everybody can see!" he exclaimed.
Grandpa looked off in the distance, not answering.
"Grandpa, whatcha' doin' sitting out here with no pants on?" he asked again.
Grandpa looked at him and said, "Son, last week I sat here with no shirt on, Just watching the cars go by.... and I got a stiff neck. This is your Grandma's idea."      

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Trofim Denisovich Lysenko

Born 29 Sep 1898; died 20 Nov 1976 at age 78.Soviet biologist and agronomist who not only believed the Mendelian theory of heredity to be wrong, but with Stalin's support for two decades actively obstructed the course of Soviet biology. He caused the imprisonment and death of many of the country's eminent biologists. He followed I. V. Michurin's fanciful idea that plants could be forced to adapt to any environmental conditions, for example converting summer wheat to winter wheat by storing the seeds in ice. As director of the Institute of Genetics of the Soviet Academy of Sciences (1940-65) his interference contributed to the disastrous decline of Soviet agriculture. After Stalin's death in 1956, he lost support and eventually in 1965 was exiled to an experimental farm.«
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