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Is it cheating if your boyfriend says he prefers to chat with females online because you talk too much and ask too many questions?
Answer He's a jerk get rid of him He doesn't respect you Protect your self esteem You're better than that Find somebody who cares Life is too short to ge…t stuck with an A-hole
Thomas Edison attended Copper Union from 1875 to 1879. During his early education Thomas was home schooled by his mother Nancy.
Yes. He went for only four months.
yes he did but only because of this girl he liked
Thomas Edison had three months of formal education.
No. That's what we're here for. Presuming that your questions are real - and not nonsense aimed at wasting everyone's time - then, no, I don't believe there is such a thing …as too many questions.
No. That's what we're here for.
Thomas Eddison was Kicked out of School For two reasons Because his teachers called him dumb and also he asked way to much questions.
Because they are very courious.
Edison had some schooling in Port Huron, Michigan, US, but most of his schooling came from his mother who taught him reading, writing and arithmetic.
they had to go out side and get a switch if they were bad and there teacher will hit them with it.
No not normally. Asking questions is how you learn in a lot of cases.
This being a question & answer site, the obvious answer is no. The only way people can learn is to wonder and ask. So, question away.
You should only stop asking questions when they become meaningless, and you don't really want to know the answer. Until that happens, keep asking.
he spent 12 years because he studies something really intresting and it took quite a while for him to finish Good question next time answer it by ursekf lazy person ugh!!
Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 - October 18, 1931) was married twice. He married Mary Stilwell (September 6, 1855 - August 9, 1884), who was 16 and a former employee …at his subsidiary: the News Reporting Telegraph Company, on December 25, 1871. It is said that she was constantly ill. However, this did not prevent her from from having three children, who all survived childhood. Marion "Dot" Estelle Edison Oeser - (February 18, 1873 - April 16, 1965) She was married to German Army Lieutenant Karl Oscar Oeser from October 1, 1895 - 1921.Thomas "Dash" Alva Edison, Jr. - (January 10, 1876 - August 25, 1935) He was married twice. First, secretly, to Marie Louise Toohey, a stage actress on February 19, 1899; they would divorce after just eighteen months. Secondly, to Beatrice Heyzer on July 7, 1906, which would last until his death.William Leslie Edison - (October 26, 1878 - August 10, 1937) He married Blanche Travers on November 7, 1899.1 Edison loved his wife deeply; but sadly, she would pass away at the young age of 29 on August 9, 1884, possibly of a brain tumor or an overdose of morphine.2 They had been married only 13 years. Two years later, when Thomas Edison was 39, he married a second time to Mina (pronounced MI-na) Miller Edison (July 6, 1865 - August 24, 1947) on February 24, 1886. She was 20 years old. The daughter of an inventor, she was the perfect match for Edison: managing everything from the new home to three stepchildren from Edison's previous marriage. He even nicknamed her "Billie". She was member of an extensive amount of charitable organizations. During their marriage, which lasted until his death in 1931, Thomas and Mina Miller Edison also had three children of their own: Madeleine "Toots" Edison Sloane - (May 31, 1888 - February 14, 1979) She married John Eyre Sloane (September 16, 1886 - July 17, 1970) an airplane manufacturer on June 17, 1914. They would have four sons together, which would be the only grandchildren Thomas Edison would have from either marriage.Charles Edison - (August 3, 1890 - July 31, 1969) He was appointed by President Roosevelt first as Assistant Secretary of the Navy, then as Acting Secretary; resigning only to run and become Governor of New Jersey from 1941 - 1944. He married Carolyn "Pony" Hawkins two years after they met on March 27, 1918Theodore Miller "Ted" Edison - (July 10, 1898 - November 25, 1992) Himself also an inventor with over 80 patents; he married Anna Maria "Ann" Osterhout on May 4, 1925. After Thomas Edison's death, Mina married Edward Everett Hughes (March 14, 1862 - January 19, 1940), her childhood sweetheart and lawyer, the son of a well-to-do Pennsylvania family, on August 30, 1935. They lived at Glenmont in New Jersey (the house Thomas Edison had bought as a wedding gift to Mina, but had transferred into her ownership to protect the house from being sold, in case Edison went bankrupt) until Hughes death in 1940, after which she again took the name of Mrs. Edison. She would remain at Glenmont until her death in 1947. She was 82 years old. Note: 1Because none of Thomas and Mary Stilwell Edison's children had any issue, they have no living direct descendants. 2Mrs. Stilwell Edison's death certificate states that she died of "congestion of the brain". However, if, as some believe, she died of a morphine overdose (which is quite plausible), it would not be, most likely, because of a drug addiction; but, because morphine was a common prescription in the 19th century for many different diseases and it was quite easy to make an unintentional mistake. See sources for more detail.
no it is never rude to ask questions, unless of course these questions are rude. you shouldn't keep asking questions for like hours and hours if you know what i mean. it is go…od to ask question because it makes you smarter and it helps your learning so, no it is not rude!