What am I?
[3208] What am I? - I can kill people, or cause great pain. You eat me. I can mean you're crazy. I hold things together. I help climbers stay safe. I can replace a swear. And I'm on a violin. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 50 - The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović
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What am I?

I can kill people, or cause great pain. You eat me. I can mean you're crazy. I hold things together. I help climbers stay safe. I can replace a swear. And I'm on a violin. What am I?
Correct answers: 50
The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović.
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Always know when to let go

Always know when to let go. When a thought is bringing you more misery than peace, let go of the thought; when a person is bringing more pain than joy to your life, let go… You cannot be your best if you lack joy and peace.
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Sir Frederick Handley Page

Died 21 Apr 1962 at age 76 (born 15 Nov 1885).British aircraft designer who built the Handley Page 0/400, the world's first twin-engine bomber for the Royal Flying Corps, one of the largest planes used in WW I, which carried out their first large-scale bombing raids on enemy military installations and submarine bases in Nov 1916. By 1918, he had produced a four-engine bomber that could attack the industrial zones of the Saar and the Ruhr in Germany. In 1930, he produced the first 40-seat civilian airliner, the Hercules. For WW II, Page returned to producing military aircraft, the most important being the Halifax bomber. The government purchased 7,000 of these planes. He was knighted for his contribution to the war effort. After the war Page designed the four-engine jet bomber, the Victor.
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