gallons for 150 people for three days. Euclid would totally have been one of those guys who takes a shirtless photo of himself in the mirror for his Facebook profile picture. (Bread, made from maize not wheat, was likely a part of the meal, but exactly how it was made is unknown.) The Pilgrims instead stuffed birds with chunks of onion and herbs.
Galileo Galilei He is known as the father of modern observational astronomy, the father of modern physics, the father of science, the father of modern science and the father of giving your kids crazy-ass names. I bet he used that at parties to hit on women.
Soon anything that isn't dubstep will sound the same. He could do anything. He just takes my breath away.". Abraham Lincoln I was on the fence about this one until I heard about the vampire hunting. What are the things on the table? He looms very large." His output was so immense that he was, in essence, the Tyler Perry of ancient Greece. That's a lot of our high school hours.
But now his stuff fits in on the radio with Mozart, Beethoven and Stravinsky. Wall explains that the Thanksgiving holiday, as we know it, took root in the mid-19th century. All this, naturally, begs a follow-up question. Darius the Great He was actually pretty great. Louis Pasteur I would have also put Louis Homogen on the list but could not Google who invented homogenizing milk.