DID YOU KNOW...
In 1932, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell to its lowest point in the
Great Depression; its value had dropped nearly 90% since Sept. 1929.
1. Which sign of the zodiac applies to those born in late July or early
2. Which of these North American mountain ranges gave their name to a type
a. - The Rockies
b. - Wrangell Mountains
c. - Saint Elias Mountains
d. - Appalachians
3. What is 'fallow' land?
4. Which word best completes a similar German idiom: "Sweep ___ in front of
your own door" ?
5. Strange Words are These ; GNURR...
a. - Ground Frost
b. - Cherry Blight
c. - Bad Breath
d. - Pocket Lint
6. What American brew is known as 'The Champagne of Bottled Beers'?
7. Pokemon is a very popular anime and video game series. What does Pokemon
stand for ?
8. The eight blessings given by Jesus and known collectively as 'The Sermon
on the Mount', are also known by what name ?
TRUTH OR CRAP !!
James A. Garfield, POTUS, was killed by a bullet to the chest fired by
Charles Julius Guiteau .
2. - a (Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever )
3. Farmland that is temporarily kept idle
5. - d
6. Miller High Life
7. Pocket Monsters
8. The Beatitudes
Poor Garfield is mostly described as the first left handed president and the
last president to be born in a log cabin. He even had a large orange cat
named after him. There was no time to make his mark in history except
through his death.
Historians have no doubt that it wasn't Guiteau's bullet that killed
Garfield. It took him 80 days to die but only after the physicians of the
day continually probed the bullet wound with unclean fingers and non-sterile
instruments. He suffered greatly in the intense heat of summer and was
awake through the whole ordeal. Alexander Graham Bell was even called in
and he used a type of metal detector in hopes of locating the bullet but to
no avail. Garfield finally gave up the ghost on September 19, 1881. The
doctors located the bullet during the autopsy and Guiteau was hanged on June
“There are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot appear to them except in the form of bread.”
― Mahatma Gandhi