It worked. The display of fauna feculence made national news and received plenty of coverage by local TV news for once, they literally broadcast crap. Field trips from many schools visited the stools, and attendance soared by about a third more than typical of the three month time period.
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“It’s an honor to be staffed at Columbia’s newest campus,” she said. “To witness its growth is amazing. Being a part of the Manhattanville experience gives me a sense of pride.” She added: “The community and the University will both be exposed to many different ways of life and a wonderful mix of cultural diversity.”.
As the businesses grew and technology advanced, he earned a new nickname Seaman. When CB radios were installed on his shrimping boats and trucks, “Seaman” became his handle. CB radios were used on the water and in the woods (he was an avid hunter), so CB slang became a part of his everyday lingo.
According to The New York Times, the true force behind the aviator invention was American pilot John Macready, who is said to have been motivated by an incident involving a fellow test pilot, Shorty Schroeder. During a test flight in 1920, in which he broke the 33,000 ft barrier in his biplane, Schroeder had ripped off his fogged up goggles, causing his eyes to freeze over. On helping to pull him out of the plane, so shocked was Macready by Schroeder state, he set out to find a solution, making contact with Bausch Lomb.