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little boy shouted promptly."How do you make out that George Washington was
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
his countrymen."But at this point a larger boy held up his hand."Well," said
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.
After studying these pieces for a long time, Germany announced that the
ancient Germans 25,000 years ago had a nation-wide telephone net. Naturally,
the Russian government was not that easily impressed. They ordered their own
scientists to dig even deeper. 100 meters down they found small pieces of
glass and they soon announced that the ancient Russians 35,000 years ago
already had a nation-wide fiber net. American scientists were outraged by
this. They dug 200 meters down & found absolutely nothing. They happily
concluded that the ancient Americans 55,000 years ago had cellular
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