Andy Luscombe
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  • Boston, MA
  • United States
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"Apparently I am quite quotable."
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"I joined a while ago, I just forgot to friend you >.<<br /> Do you like my first quote?"
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"Look who finally decided to join up"
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"Hey thanks for the birthday wishes"
Sep 21, 2009
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Great Men You Have Never Heard Of: Norman Borlaug

Image taken from: Norman Borlaug Heritage FoundationThroughout history there have been great men. George Washington, leading the Continental Army to victory in the American Revolution. Jonas Salk, created the Polio vaccine. Gandhi, non-violently fought for Indian independence. Albert Einstein, seriously advancing physics in 'recent' years. All of these men are commonly known and are considered great. Sadly though there are a whole…See More
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"Happy Birthday hope it is a great one andy"
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"I pretty much agree with everyone else, that gas is the easiest and quickest. The only time that I use charcoal is when I am going to be cooking for a long time, either something really big or for many people."
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Great Men You Have Never Heard Of: Norman Borlaug

Posted on September 20, 2009 at 9:42pm 2 Comments

Image taken from: Norman Borlaug Heritage Foundation



Throughout history there have been great men. George Washington, leading the Continental Army to victory in the American Revolution. Jonas Salk, created the Polio vaccine. Gandhi, non-violently fought for Indian independence. Albert Einstein, seriously advancing physics in 'recent' years. All of these men are commonly known and… Continue

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At 1:47pm on November 23, 2009, Michael Luscombe said…
I joined a while ago, I just forgot to friend you >.br />
Do you like my first quote?
At 6:17pm on September 20, 2009, thehuhman said…

Hope you had an awesome Birthday, today, Andy!
At 12:33am on September 20, 2009, asa c mcguire said…
Happy Birthday hope it is a great one andy
 
 
 

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