Who invented the happy face?

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This is Buddy Holly

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Mike Dykes aka Rocmike is an amazing man. He's dead yet he's still posting. He has posted under Renner and Harley Spirit. Both of these names go to his Facebook profile page. He is the first dead person that I have seen post. He also posted under Nameless, Who, anonymous and Snicker anonymous. You ...

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Researchers in Israel developed a new device that directly helps the heart pump blood, an innovation with the potential to save lives among those with heart failure. Drip irrigation. ICQ The cell phone was developed in Israel by Motorola. Voice mail technology was developed in Israel ...

Answered: Is Happiness a Choice?

5 OF THE ALIASES THE LONELY LOSER HAS POSTED UNDER GO TO THE FACEBOOK PROFILE PAGE OF THE PERSON HE CLAIMS IS DEAD. Rocmike is now posting under Anne S. He also posted as a fake Marine, Fred G., Brother B. and The Little Tramp. All of these aliases names along with many others goes to his Facebook ...

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What do you think is the greatest invention that benefitted humanity

INSHA ALLAH this is electrical power genration by mr.Faraday

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I am happy when I help someone, when I learn from others and when I read a good book.

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Was the airship invented in 1852

A hot-air balloon was demonstrated by Montgolfier in 1783. In 1784 there was a hand powered propeller attached; that could be called an airship. In 1852 Henri Giffard flew a steam-powered airship. Count Zeppelin in 1900 invented a rigid motorized balloon, which could be steered.