Monthly Archives: April 2012

Thinker Thursday

We should be very glad that some ideas were never carried out.  When cars were first becoming popular in America drivers faced a big problem: pedestrians (people out walking).  One idea created in 1921 was the Pedestrian Pusher.  The pusher … Continue reading

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Wagging Wednesday

Did you know the giant anteater has a tongue that can be pushed more than two feet past its snout?  The giant anteater can move this tongue up to 150 times PER MINUTE.  This is important for the giant anteater, … Continue reading

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Travel Tuesday

A different way of life can be found in Venice, Italy, where canals take the place of roads.  Canals are manmade waterways, and Venice is full of them.  There are so many canals in Venice that many say it looks … Continue reading

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