Some criminals are so stupid they show that we hardly need cops.
“I am Cheap Criminal”
Jesse James, Oswego, New York, shares the name of the great western outlaw but doesn’t actually pull the same stunts as him. He was caught the 8th June,99. James went into a grocery using his bonus discount card for the three pies. Then he held up the clerk and asked him for the 600$. James think about his name that was written on his discount card and all the other information good enough for the cops to find him. The cops did find him the next day.
A short story on how the T-Shirt was named..
T-Shirts are one of the most oldest piece garment. They have been around so long their origins are somewhat strange. They were first wore by people working at ports in Maryland, so they wouldn’t have their sleeves wet. Most of them were working for merchants who would import Tea…Hence they were called Tea-Shirts,T-Shirts. Another popular theory was that the English marines were ordered to sew of their sleeves but keep the part under armpit..So when the royal would visit them they wouldn’t witness their armpits.
Ever wonder who created the first dollar and how it came to be? I will try to resume what I know about it, in one paragraph.
In 1519, a rich Czech citizen, Stephan Schlick, discovered a valley filled with silver, in his estate.
He began making coins with them and selling them, it was then considered the official curreny of the Holy Roman Empire, as groschen.
The original name was originated from the name of the valley where Schlick found them. But it was to hard to pronounce, Joachimsthalergroschen to Thalergroschen then to Thaler.
Soon every place had the thaler coin or even if it wasn’t a real thaler it was considered the same.
The names were different for each part…The Italians called it the tallero, in Holland daadler, Denmark and Sweden dalers.
It would vary each time for different ethnics. But the english speaking nations would use the term Dollar.
It has been Dollar ever [...] Continue Reading…