It was 1908. No Internet, no tv, and we were still 12 years away from the first radio station.
-The average worker made .20/hr.
-Theodore Roosevelt was the President of the U.S., Wilfrid Laurier was our Prime Minister and BC’s Premier was Richard McBride.
-14% of homes had a bathtub.
-8% of the homes had a telephone.
-There were 8,000 cars and 144 miles of paved roads in the US.
-98% of all doctors did not have a college education.
-There was no Tim Hortons, but you could make your own coffee for fifteen cents a pound– (that’s .003 per cup).
-The Cubs won the World Series.
It’s been a very long time.
Subject: How much turmoil does the science project cause families?
An A+ for Susan Messina. Here’s a link to the whole story.
I just Googled peach juice, it still exists…
Star Wars Family from ThinkGeek.com
Warner Bros. announced yesterday that Ben Affleck will be taking on the role of Batman in the upcoming “Man of Steel” Superman sequel. – CTV News
Not as silly as their second choice…
Visualization of evolutionary time relative to one calendar year.
My question is, what the heck were we doing in May, June, July?
Image stolen from this facebook page.