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It's so much easier to appear smart when the teacher provides the answer -- thanks. Who's says coming late to class isn't beneficial?
Ryan Huggins - Thousan...
Thousand Oaks, CA
Thanks for the historical trivia lesson.
Good morning Conrad. I did remember that one from high school.
Thanks for the history Conrad, tough for those first few to be born here and still be over 35. That born in the usa rule must have come along at a later date.
We are visting all the Presidential birthplaces and homes and we saw that one about 3 years ago.
I'm looking for the next question. Happy New Year!
Damn those immigrants.
Interesting...I wonder when the requirement of being America born come into play
Wow, did not know that one. Good information for late tonight!
CONRAD!! I was speaking of this the other day, I butted into a conversation and asked-"wouldn't it have been strange to hear President George Washington speaking with a British accent?" The people looked at me like I was a crazy person!
Queen came later. King Georg III was the pain in our asses early on...
Conrad Allen I'm guessing Van Buren is the first President born after the signing of the Declaration of Independence. I believe at the signing of the Declaration of Independence we were not called the United States of Ameria, but the United Colonies of North America and later the same year renamed the United States of America. Buren still wins.
Ah yes, aka "Martin Van Ruin" (reference to the economic woes at the end of his term).
Thanks for the lesson, now I am smarter...Happy New Year Conrad. A
Who knew......nope, not me!
Yahoo... got one right, Conrad! A very, tricky question, if I say so myself!
Interesting history, Conrad Allen Happy New Year
Wow, never knew! Thanks Conrad!
I love trivia. Thanks Conrad. Happy New Year!