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Mo Hawg - Week 6


Day 1.
Mo’s Trivia Question for Today: Two things happened on January 16, 1935.  Do you know what they were?
   Mo knows.
   On January 16, 1935, outlaw Ma Barker died.  On January 16, 1935 auto racer A.J. Foyt was born!

   Mo’s Wisdom: Love shortens time and charms the hours.  Love is invincible.  Many waters cannot quench it, nor the floods drown.  The supreme happiness in life is the conviction that we are loved.

   Mo’s Interesting But True Presidential Trivia for Today: What President furnished the White House in Washington with things he bought at an auction of possessions that had once belonged to the executed Queen Marie Antoinette?
   It was United States President James Monroe!

Day 2.
   Mo’s Trivia Question for Today: There is a chemical that is radioactive that most of us live with.  What is it?
   Think!  Give up?
   If you have a smoke detector in your home or office, you have some “americium-241” near where you work and live.  It is a radioactive isotope.
   Mo is proud he can spell isotope.

   Mo’s Wisdom: The ones whom you should try to get even with are the ones who have helped you.

   Mo’s Presidential Trivia For Today: Did you know that President Thomas Jefferson was the first American President to shake hands with his guests.  He just did not like the stiff bowing that had gone on before.
   It’s true, as well, that Thomas Jefferson was the Democratic-Republican President who authored the statute for Virginia on religious freedom!

Day 3.
   Mo’s Trivia Question for Today: Most of us love peanut butter.  Most of us know that sometimes you get a little bit stuck to the roof of your mouth.  If that really frightens you, what is the word that describes it?
   Mo knows.
   If you are terrified of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth, you suffer from “arachiburyrophobia.”
   Say that with peanut butter in your mouth!

    Mo’s Chinese Proverb Wisdom for Today: Do not use a hatchet to remove a fly from your friend’s forehead.

  Mo’s Presidential Trivia for Today: Did you know that it was Abraham Lincoln who began the tradition of observing Thanksgiving on the last Thursday in November?  Officially, Thanksgiving was proclaimed by Lincoln in 1864.

   Mo’s Wisdom: Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.

Day 4.
   Mo’s Trivia Question for Today: Most of us know that Amelia Earhart tried to fly around the world in 1937…and disappeared.  Not many of us know the name of the navigator who accompanied Earhart.  Do you?  Who was he?
   Mo knows that Fred Noonan was the navigator on that 1937 flight with Amelia Earhart…and Mr. Noonan disappeared too.

   Mo’s Marjorie Holmes Wisdom for Today: The man who treasures his friends is usually solid gold himself.

   Mo’s Presidential Trivia for Today: Did you know that Woodrow Wilson officially proclaimed the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day?  He did.

   Did you hear about the flying saucer that landed in downtown Pavo last Saturday?
   The alien landed in the middle of the sidewalk.  Immediately a Pavo policeman rushes over to the alien and says, “You can’t park that thing here.  Go find a legal spot.”
   The alien looks up and says, “Take me to your meter.”

Day 5.
   Earl Ray sent this one to us.  He says it really happened in New Elm.
   Wiley B. was a famous New Elm scientist who was thought to be creating replicas of himself in his laboratory in the barn.  This was making the people of New Elm nervous, so they gathered whatever they could and proceeded down the road to confront Wiley B.
   Mary B. had a box of pens.  Ben had a big pile of books and Roy and a few of his farmer friends had heavy sacks of wheat slung over their shoulders.
   When they got to Wiley B.’s barn, they found dozens and dozens of replicas of Wiley B.  The townsfolk set upon them, killing Wiley B.’s creations right and left.  Mary B. poked them to death with her pens.  Ben clobbered them with his books and the farmers were hitting them with the sacks of wheat. 
     In just a few minutes, the folks collapsed in exhaustion, their work done.
     Imagine their dismay when they saw Wiley B. jump into his car.  The farmers tried to heave their bags of wheat toward the car…but the bags broke open harmlessly and Wiley B. made his getaway.  As he drove by, they could hear him yell, “Bics and tomes may break my clones, but grains will never harm me!”

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