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**BUZZZZZZZ**

Lloyd Bridges is NOT correct.

One more clue, so we can move on.

ADAM-12




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Buzzzzz.

Who is Martin Milner?
 
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C'mon, guys.
Martin Milner? Really?

Lets review the clues.
WWII Navy vet
Forbidden Planet
Perry Mason
Sea Hunt
Fantasy Island
The Bionic Woman
The Rookies
Emergency
The Six Million Dollar Man
Ironside
The FBI
Laramie
Tales of Wells Fargo
Star Trek - TNG
Adam-12
Bonus hint: Highway Patrol

I didn't expect this to be so hard.




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Who is William Boyett?


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Floyd, you have the board.




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He is credited with the innovation of interchangeable parts and the production line.


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He is credited with the innovation of interchangeable parts and the production line.

Who is Eli Whitney?
 
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He is credited with the innovation of interchangeable parts and the production line.

Who was Ford?



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Who is Eli Whitney? (the gin guy)







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He is credited with the innovation of interchangeable parts and the production line.

Who is Eli Whitney?


joel has the board.


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He is credited with the innovation of interchangeable parts and the production line.

Who is Eli Whitney?


joel has the board.

Is that really accurate? Eli Whitney innovated the concept of interchangeable parts that would later set the stage for the production line, but Henry Ford is usually credited for pioneering both (and he wasn't actually the first with the production line, but he got the ball rolling in a big way).



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...but Henry Ford is usually credited for pioneering both (and he wasn't actually the first with the production line, but he got the ball rolling in a big way).


That would be better credited to David Dunbar Buick. Henry Ford's production line was superior because both the car they were building and the parts they were building it with were moving to the assembly stations along on the line. Creating the production line we are familiar with today.



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He is credited with the innovation of interchangeable parts and the production line.

Who is Eli Whitney?


joel has the board.

Is that really accurate? Eli Whitney innovated the concept of interchangeable parts that would later set the stage for the production line, but Henry Ford is usually credited for pioneering both (and he wasn't actually the first with the production line, but he got the ball rolling in a big way).



Eli Whitney mass produced muskets for the government.


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He is credited with the innovation of interchangeable parts and the production line.

Who is Eli Whitney?


joel has the board.

Is that really accurate? Eli Whitney innovated the concept of interchangeable parts that would later set the stage for the production line, but Henry Ford is usually credited for pioneering both (and he wasn't actually the first with the production line, but he got the ball rolling in a big way).



Eli Whitney mass produced muskets for the government.

Okie-doke. I see different versions of who gets credit for the production line.



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Called by Robert E. Lee 'my war horse,' after the war this Confederate general renewed his pre-war friendship with Grant and wound up holding several positions with the Federal government.
 
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If you're ever in the Knoxville, area.

http://www.bleakhouseudc89.org/


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Alrighty then...

POLITICS

This Presidential candidate received a majority of the popular vote, but was declared the Runner-up thanks to the Electoral College.




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I remember reading that it was so bad, folks were afraid it would reignite the Civil War. Eek



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