Billy Durant created General Motors in 1908 by consolidating Buick Oldsmobile, Cadillac and Pontiac. There are 1.6 Billion people in the world without electricity [that means no refrigeration, too]. Studies find that married couples with a rich vocabulary of teasing nicknames and formulaic insults are happier and more satisfied. CHALLENGE #150: What do the ancestors of these have in common: rye, oats, turnips, radishes, beets, leeks and lettuce? HUMOR [?]: The economic crisis appeared worse in Asia as Japanese banks are the latest to be hit. Now ya know: In the Palace of Versailles, Marie Antoinette demanded a system of locks so she could bolt her bedroom doors from her bed, furthering rumors of infidelity.
Someone who is saturnine [SAT-ur-nyn] might be sad, gloomy, melancholy, sullen, morose, sour, surly, sardonic, and slow to shift moods.
Since the 1970s, the government of Bhutan bases decisions on Gross National Happiness rather than GNP.
After being home schooled, he started at the University of Glasgow at age 10 and was the top of his class in mathematics, logic and classics. If you've ever invented a new word, you've created a neologism [nee-ALL-uh-jiz-um] and you are a neologist.
In 1824, after a series of financial embarrassments, his family moved to a a€?mean, small tenement,a€? and he dropped out of school, at 12, for 10-hour days at a shoe-blacking factory. CHALLENGE #150 was: What do the ancestors of these have in common: rye, oats, turnips, radishes, beets, leeks and lettuce?
CHALLENGE #151: In 1970 in NYC, 127 people started something that has become a major attraction to foreigners.
FACTOID: Equality of people and natural resources was the reason so many western states look rectangular. Peculiarities: Pikes Peak is spelled without an apostrophe by law, according to the CO legislature in 1978. CHALLENGE #151 was: In 1970 in NYC, 127 people started something that has become a major attraction to foreigners. CHALLENGE #152: He refused a seat at Forda€™s Theater the night Lincoln was shot [1865], but was present at the assassination of Garfield [1881] and McKinley [1901]. Featured Quote: a€?Markets need certainty and predictability, and the administrationa€™s actions have actually increased uncertainty and unpredictabilility. BIG Q #65 : An industrial farm with 5,000 hogs produces as much waste as a town with 20,000 people.
Ornery is a dialect use of ordinary and has also been spelled awnry, o'nary, onery, onry, ornary, and ornry.
As children, we typically feel slightly older than we really are, but around age 25-30 we begin to think of ourselves as younger. CHALLENGE #152 was: He refused a seat at Forda€™s Theater the night Lincoln was shot [1865], but was present at the assassination of Garfield [1881] and McKinley [1901].
BIG Q #66: Can we really understand our own religion without a deep and sympathetic understanding of at least one other? HUMOR [?]: Did you hear that Somali pirates were issuing a new ransom-backed security to buy Citigroup?
Gore's Law:A  As an online climate-change debate grows longer, the probability that denier arguments will descend into attacks on Al Gore approaches one. Conservative Republican Presidents Harding, Coolidge and Hoover [some of our worst until now] appointed eight Justices to the Supreme Court.
Deuteronomy means a€?2nd lawsa€™: the 5th book of the Bible containing a recapitulation of the Ten Commandments and much of the Mosaic Law. CHALLENGE #154: What do the following have in common:A  Eugene Oa€™Neill, William Burroughs and his wife, Charles Mingus, Allen Ginsberg, Norman Mailer, Charlie Parker and Sid Vicious?
Bonus Q: How much new debt and new obligations were piled up in 8 years by the Bush administration? EXTRA Bonus Q: a€?I never felt that anxious any other time during my presidency, curiously enough.a€? GWB said about what?
Words that sound like what they mean: sarcastic, grisly, moist, esoteric, effervescent, awkward, delicious. Unlike a politician, a statesman must have: a bedrock of principles, a moral compass, a vision, ability to build a consensus to achieve that vision. Remember Bill Clintona€™s farewell speech where he truthfully said he was leaving the country a€?on track to be debt-freea€? by the end of 2009?
POLISH is pronounced two ways, depending on whether or not the first letter is capitalized. EXTRA Bonus Q answer: When asked by People magazine what moments from the last 8 years he revisited most often, W talked passionately about the pitch he threw out at the World Series in 2001.


CHALLENGE #154 was: What do the following have in common:A  Eugene Oa€™Neill, William Burroughs and his wife, Charles Mingus, Allen Ginsberg, Norman Mailer, Charlie Parker and Sid Vicious? Featured Quote: Multiculturalism is having conversations of respect across significant differences. Now ya know: More than 90% of known chemicals contain carbon--and, therefore, are part of a€?organica€™ chemistry.
Peculiar--The origin of the word: from the Latin meaning a€?private propertya€™ from pecu a€?cattlea€™ meaning cattle as private property.
CHALLENGE #156: He had alcoholic parents, flunked kindergarden, was a poor student, stammered badly and was dyslexic, but excelled at sports and drama class. BIG Q #69 : Why were two of the greatest teachers [who never wrote a book], Socrates and Jesus, executed on trumped-up charges?
HUMOR [?]: A very elderly gentleman (mid 90s), well dressed, hair groomed, great looking suit, flower in his lapel, smelling slightly of a good after shave, presenting a great image, walks into an upscale cocktail lounge. The QWERTY keyboard was designed in 1873 to force typists to type as slowly as possible since typewriters at the time easily jammed. The major killers of humanity throughout our recent history--smallpox, flu, TB, malaria, plague, measles, cholera and AIDS--are infectious diseases that evolved from diseases of animals.
CHALLENGE #156 was: He had alcoholic parents, flunked kindergarden, was a poor student, stammered badly and was dyslexic, but excelled at sports and drama class.
BIG Q #70 : Does an absolute morality exist; are some things always right or wrong in all times, places and circumstances? Now ya know: The Athenian trial, of Socrates for example, lasted no more than one day, with 501 jurors--they were the rules in the democracy of Athens.
Every time an animal eats a plant or another animal, the conversion of food biomass into the consumera€™s biomass is typically 10% efficiency: it takes 10,000 pounds of corn to grow a 1,000-pound cow.
Medieval Islam had far higher literacy rates than contemporary Europe and assimilated the legacy of classical Greek civilization such that many classical Greek books are now known to us only through Arabic copies.
In 2006, the FBI had 33 agents with a€?some proficiencya€™ in Arabic, while the NYC Police Dept. The sole foreign domesticated mammal adopted in Australia was the dog [from Asia around 1500 BC] and became the wild dingo. The earliest attested precursors of ceramics are fired clay figurines made in the area of modern Czechoslovakia, 27,000 years ago.
CHALLENGE #158: Carefully weigh 200 pounds of nutrient-rich soil and plant a sapling in it. Such a personality is like that of someone born when the planet Saturn was rising, according to the ancient Romans.
Fields, Charlie Chaplin, James Brown, Billie Martin and Nicolas Ceausescu have what in common? What do the following have in common: Strawberry Fields, Solitaire, May Day, Tiffany Case and Jinx?
Some other such words: JOB, LIMA, RAINIER, READING, NICE, NATAL, MALE, SAID, WORMS, EWE, and BAD. You arena€™t the first doctor to sleep with one of his patients and you wona€™t be the last a€“ and youa€™re single.
And, 150 years after publication of a€?Origin of Species,a€? the majority of Americans dona€™t believe we evolved.
By November 1923 a dollar was worth 630 billion marks, a loaf of bread cost 140 billion marks, and Germany was disintegrating under the strain..
The word has two parts: neo-, from the Greek neos (new), and -logism, from the Greek logos (word, speech). They shrewdly cornered the market on a black, sticky substance to cover the roads they were building.
Samurai Bank is soldiering on following sharp cutbacks.A Ninja Bank is reported to have taken a hit, but they remain in the black. But, 500 staff at Karate Bank got the chop.A Analysts report that there is something fishy going on at Sushi Bank where it is feared that staff may get a raw deal. He's the one who researched and wrote the book, "Woulfe, a Family History,"referred to often in this project.A Sean deBhulbh of Limerick city also provided a huge family tree. The information has also been enriched with new information from many others, including John Woulfe of Australia, Declan Barron of Ennis, Ramy Brouder of Athea, Liam and Breda Walsh of County Kerry, Eileen O'Connor of Tralee, several of Kathy Woulfes' relatives in the U.S. Gerot died during the Geraldine Rebellion when Queen Elizabeth sent marauders like Sir Walter Raleigh to murder rebel land owners and seize their property for the Queen.
Because of the rough conditions, they had little time to keep records, and documents are very spotty for another 100 years or more.
You can also take into account that church records were destroyed when pirates like Raleigh and others destroyed Catholic Churches and Cemetery chapels. Kathy says in a story from Sean deBhulbh that he heard from his grandfather, Maurice was plowing his fields near the River Gale when a rider came along and his horse stumbled.


By a little enlightened extrapolation, we can assume that because he was plowing a field, he was a married man, placing his marraige before 1650. Hi is in Grave #2 at Templeathea in Athea.A A A  Aunt Dollie says when his father James died, he took over the family at age 14.
He is said to have provided dowries for all his sisters - quite an extraordinary feat for the times. He left Inchireagh and settled at Beenmore, (also Benmore) remaining there for 30 years until his wife died. Tradition is, he could not bear the sight of his wife's grave at Templeathea, which he could see fom his home, and he took over the entire 2000 acre townland of Cratloe in March, 1760.A  In a letter from "Aunt Dollie" he had been eating his supper - possibly too good a one for his years. He was sitting in a corner of the kitchen in 1792 beside the fire, watching young people dance when he appeared to fall asleep and passed away.
It was noticed that he had 31 of his own teeth in his mouth and the 32nd was in his waistcoat pocket!
9 children, including Richard Wolfe who married Kate Maher.MAURICE (8) (b1800?) Married ELLEN CAREY KEARNEY in 1830. James b1831 Listowel,Ellen b1832, John b1837, Mary b1842 Ireland, Margaret b1844 Ireland, Thomas b1843, Johanna b1847, Richard Carey Wolfe b1848 Illinois, d1919, Catherine b1849 Illinois, Bridget b1854 Illinois.
Burial: Unknown, Grave #2, Temple Athea, A Richard James (Dick) (of Drumalught) (7) RICHARD JAMES (b1763 Cratloe - d1842) married JOHANNA RELIHAN. 3 children born in Cratloe - moved with parents (JAMES THE BARRISTER and JOHANNA) to County Kerry.
Stephen(9)1833-70, James (9)1832-39, Richard Downey(9) 1834-1885 married Margaret OKane married Margaret S. Lyons, 9 children, Katherine Collins (10), Johanna (10) b1867 married Miller, Richard (10) b1869, Daniel Maurice (10) d 1919 Texas, Maurice Patrick (10) d1915 6 children, all died in Texas hurricane!, Margaret Therese (10) d1951 married Macdonald no children, Hanoria Euphoria (10) b1876 d 1951 unmarried Chicago, marie Lousie (10) b1881 d 1965 no children, Aileen Gregory(10) b1884 Missouri D1956 Texas, married Hawley McCall.
Johanna (9)1842-62 Lostland Cemetery, Catherine (9)1842-?, John (9)1851-?, Edward (9) 1857-?, Edmond (9)- went to Montana, (Edward and Edmond may be the same person),Margaret (9) b1839 d 1904 emigrated Sept 1848 with Richard and mary Foley Woulfe - she was their daughter.
Married Patrick Maher, brother of Margrets' (above) husband.Her daughter Honora (Nanno Maher) married James (Paddy) Woulfe.JOHN RICHARD WOULFE (8) of Tanavella (b1810 Limerick- 1882 Iowa) (see ***** below)RICHARD (8) (b1815? Ellen(9), Mary(9) nun b1842, Thomas(9) b1854 Jesuit, John (9) b1858 Jesuit, Patrick (9) b1860 Jesuit, Catherine Theresa (9) Nun, b1866, Margaret (9) b? Patrick (7) b1849 - remained in Ireland and took over the family farm after James, John, and Richard emigrated. It's believed he was murdered in Natchez on the Mississippi.In a letter dated 1832, James told his brothers about the wonderful land in Missouri and suggested they follow him. 2 children - Ellen (8) b1844, James (8) b1843 D1869.John (7) (John Harnett Wolfe) 1807(Limerick) - 1856 (Missourri) After James disappeared, Richard and John went looking for him in 1836 and later took over his property in Missouri. UnknownMaurice Richard (7) Maurice Richard Woulfe was born 1778, and died November 17, 1841 in Cratloe, County Limerick, Ireland.
Although there is no proof, this Maurice Richard Woulfe is the only Maurice Woulfe of Cratloe that is the correct age to be the father of Bridget Woulfe.
Abbeyfeale Parish, and died October 31, 1857 in Urbana, OH--at the house of his daughter Mrs.
Burial Section 18, Lot 23, Oakdale Cem., Urbana OH Patrick KieffeBridget also married (2) HARTNED (PROB. A MARY WOULFE (9) to USA - Married Michael Woulfe (Woolfe?) Children - Edgar (10) (Daughter Sr. 3 children - Jane (Aunt Dollie Cooper (10),Maurice J, (10) of Abbeyfeale 1884-1973 - married Sarah Mcarthy - parents of Sean DeBhulbh (11), Richard Ed (9)1883-1963, Maurice.
Dick, Jim, Tom, Patsy, Edsie, Mary (married ?Ahern), Hannah, Kit, Peig, Betty.EDMUND (9)- to USARICHARD WOULFE (9) 1867 - 1951 To Chicago. Woulfe (9) 1864-1893 married Alice Lahey moved to Idaho.Children -Margaret (10) 189?-1907, Marie Lucille (10),1897-1975, Alice Colette (10)1899-1962, married H.
Margaret Mary (9) 1869-1979Maurice Vincent (9) 1874-1945 married Anna HartPatrick J Woulfe (9) 1874-? Margaret (8) married Dennis Murphy of Abbeyfeale - Son Mike (9) His children, Paddy (10), Father Mike (10), Dinnie (10)Bridget (8) married M. Child Con Mac (9), His son Dinnie Mac (10)Patrick Richard (Old Paddy) (7) born in Cratloe, d1866. A Patrick Pat's Nance (8)- son Paddy Pats (9) - his son Pat of the Glen.(10)Maurice (8) - 2 sons, Jim (9) and Tom (9). No other information on them.Mary (7)d 1802 buried grave 3 TempleatheaJames (8) Richard (8) - married?



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