Wisconsin. They both came from Wisconsin, Ed from Plainfield, and Jeff from Milwaukee.
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Martin Luther King, Jr.. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated by James Earl Ray.
Hydrogen. Hindenburg was planned to run on helium, but because of the U.S. export ban, flammable hydrogen was chosen instead.
The Sun. King Louis the Fourteenth is commonly referred to in France as "Le Roi Soleil" (which means "The Sun King").
13 Rounds. Although a pre-ban Glock 23 magazine holds 13 rounds, a post-ban magazine holds only ten.
Allies And Axis. The Allied Powers in World War II included the U.K., USSR, and USA, while Germany, Italy and Japan comprised the Axis.
Scurvy And Rickets. In the late 1800's, English biochemist Frederick Hopkins was the first to declare vitamins an essential part of the human diet.