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the first man?" asked the teacher, smiling indulgently."Because, " said the
little boy, "he was first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of
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the teacher to him, "who do you think was the first man?""I don't know what
his name was," said the larger boy, "but I know it wasn't George Washington,
ma'am, because the history book says George Washington married a widow, so,
of course, there must have been a man ahead of him."
German scientists dug 50 meters down and discovered small pieces of copper.
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ancient Germans 25,000 years ago had a nation-wide telephone net. Naturally,
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