Thursday, June 17, 2010
STATUE OF LIBERTY
The Statue of Liberty is celebrating its 125th year in the United States today. It's one of America's most recognizable landmarks, but it's also a token of camaraderie from the French, and it was constructed mostly in Paris.Though it has come to symbolize immigration and the promise of the American dream, those were not Lady Liberty's original purposes. Find out more surprising facts about this historic icon.
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Partially submerged in sand, Lady Liberty provided the apocalyptic revelation at the end of what classic adventure movie?
A. "Godzilla" (1954)
B. "King Kong" (1933)
C. "Planet of the Apes" (1968)
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"HOT DOGS" AND HOT SOUP
No buns, no mustard or ketchup needed; you can eat them plain...
This soup has no recipe! I have used the basic soup veggies (carrots, potatoes, onions, bell peppers, celery), one head lettuce, diced tomatoes, tomato paste, two handfuls of spinach, beef broth and beef meat, salt, pepper, olive oil, eggs, parsley, dill and sour cream. Hot or cold outside you can't resist this soup...
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