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    Who is Newton?

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    Sir Isaac Newton told us why an apple falls down from the sky
    And from this fact, it's very plain, all other objects do the same


    A brick, a bolt, a bar, a cup, invariably fall down, not up
    And every common working tool is governed by the self-same rule


    So when you handle tools up there, let your watchword be "Take Care"
    If at work, you drop a spanner, it travels in a downward manner


    At work, a fifth of accidents or more, illustrate old Newton's law
    But one thing he forgot to add, the damage won't be half as bad
    if you are wearing proper clothes, especially on your head and toes
    These hats and shoes are there to save the wearer from an early grave


    So best feet forward and take care about the kind of shoes you wear
    It's better to be sure, than dead, so get a hat and keep your head


    Don't think to go without is brave; the effects of gravity can be grave!

    hector5559

    Well his name was Newton somthing,?
    hector5559

    I thought it would be a German team,
    ROMOS

    None of our teams are good enough mate.
    hector5559

    Q,P,R,only just missed out,
    ROMOS

    By about 20 years I think.

    Also known as Robert Newton,a famours English film star ,Well known for his highly aclaimed film ,in which he played Captain Bliathy with a wooden leg,{p/s} and one eye,

    ROMOS

    Captain Bligh, no wooden leg, both eyes intact.
    Mutiny on the Bounty!
    hector5559

    He had a wooden leg,and a patch over one eye in the film,
    ROMOS

    That would be Treasure Island, a long time ago.
    bowlesy

    you mean long john silver.oh ah me harties
    ROMOS

    "Long John Silver" methinks, me hearties!
    ROMOS

    Not going to Wembley tonight?
    hector5559

    Who won??
    ROMOS

    Bayern Munich.

    Sir Isaac Newton PRS MP (25 December 1642 – 20 March 1727) was an English physicist and mathematician who is widely regarded as one of the most influential scientists of all time and as a key figure in the scientific revolution. His book Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica ("Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy"), first published in 1687, laid the foundations for most of classical mechanics. Newton also made seminal contributions to optics and shares credit with Gottfried Leibniz for the invention of the infinitesimal calculus.

    hector5559

    Long john Silver was good at maths as well,he knew how maney pices of eight was in the chest for booty,ie Robert Newton,


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