Daily Brain Teasers for Wednesday, 05 September 2018
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This object can be driven, b...This object can be driven, but has no wheels, and can also be sliced and remain whole. What is it?
Guess the Game NameLook carefully the picture and guess the game name.
The bartender gave him the drink.
Then the Budweiser President orders, "The King Of Beers -- Budweiser."
The bartender proceeds with the order.
The Amstel President walks in and orders "The Finest Beer ever."
The bartender gives him an Amstel.
Then the Guinness President says, "I'll have a coke please."
The bartender is taken aback by this but gives the coke to him anyway.
All the Presidents looked over at him and said, "Why have you ordered a coke?"
He replied, "Well if you all aren't drinking beer, then neither shall I."
Great ZimbabweIn 1871, Karl Mauch, a German geologist, arrived at the ruins of Great Zimbabwe in what is now southern Zimbabwe in sub-Saharan Africa. Local Karanga tribesmen led Mauch to the wooded savanna location where he viewed 100 acres of granite enclosures. The sinuous coursed granite walls were built without mortar and stood up to 32 feet high. Maunch was the first European to investigate the ruins, but centuries earlier João de Barros had written what he had heard about them (but not himself seen) in his Da Asia (1552) record of Portuguese conquests. Subsequent investigators were inept, racist and attributed the construction to whites, until David Randall-MacIver wrote his account in 1906 of their true native African origin.«[Image: aerial view of the Great Zimbabwe ruins.]