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They didn't include one of the oldest continuous company in the US? Remington Arms 1816!
Trying to be a little PC are we? What a very uninformative waste of the internet!
I gave my grandson (2yrs old in may)a john deere model tractor for Christmas which has a recorded message 'nothing runs like a deere!' when he started mimicking the recording, he said that 'nothing runs like a beer!' and still does to the amusement of new contacts!
I can hardly wait until I get him on a real one!
I suppose the Egyptians had it right with heiroglyphs? Imagein a world with nothing but pictures to represent our thoughts and ideas.
The death of a languge. For what use is a picture if there are no words to describe it?
To those of you who can't count.... there are 5 logos as stated in the last paragraph.
I guess this is one of those articles for the trivia expert.....
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[BRIEFING.COM] The S&P 500 continues hovering near its high, which is a bit surprising considering several noteworthy areas like biotechnology, chipmakers, transport stocks, and retailers underperform.
The biotech space is on its low with the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (IBB 264.30, -2.55) down 1.0%. Elsewhere, the PHLX Semiconductor Index trades flat even as the technology sector outperforms with a gain of 0.5%.
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