Barshit Hansal One time I designed a diamond ring with 12,639 diamonds.
Mames Jadison One time I was President when I was 5’3" tall. Look at the history books. I’m there. This time it doesn’t say the United States.
May the Lord be with you.
So how does a concrete boat float?
Many believe that the main reason Japan lost WWII was because they were running out of steel.
Person who wore the diamond probably had a short servant who walked beside her so her hand could rest on her head. The upper classes really tried to avoid even the appearance of stress.
Properly designed and build concrete hulls probably worked well so long as they weren’t faced with the pressure from nearby explosions.
Madison may have been physically smaller than average but he was much taller in intellect and ability.
How am I supposed to know how much a damned baseball weighs? So typically American. How about just telling us the weight? In pounds or ounces if you must.
Ships out of concrete? You might as well make zeppelins out of lead.
I saw the Spectacular diamond on the news the other day, 100 carat flawless diamond. Nice, but how do you wear something like that? I would want a dozen bodyguards.
Last I read we still had a few of these Liberty Ships afloat. After the war (WWII) many were converted tp private sailing and eventually were sunk as reefs.
And his brother, Hardookie, designed a nice brooch from rubies.
Take care, may famed fire walker Johnny Cashord be with you, and gesundheit.
Concrete’s not the most buoyant material….I wonder how long it took for that to sink in.
So WHO would think that ring would be elegant? No one that I’d care to know.
James Madison was the only incumbent president who was shorter than his opponent to win re-election.
I like the name Harshit. I can just imagine going through elementary and high school with that name.
I seem to remember…the USS Patio?
How well did the concrete hold up against torpedoes?
Durring WW2, there was a proposal to build supersized aircraft carriers out of pykrete. Pykrete is a frozen mixture of water and wood pulp. Such a ship (or floating island, as some referred to it) would need refrigeration plants while operating. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Habakkuk
That’s not a “ring”. It’s as much of a weapon as a pair of brass knuckles is.
Madison was known among his close associates as “Shorty”. Believe it, or DON’T!
James Madison was the shortest president and likely the smartest. The smallest president is tRump.
Harshit (will that go through) Bansal was confused and inspired by the description of Wrigley Field.
The Imperial Japanese Navy, Nippon Kaigun, had hoped the program would have lasted longer.
That diamond ring looks like a door knob…
Lincoln was the tallest at 6’4"
Concrete ships? I never knews about this.
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The U.S. made concrete ships for WW I. The mob used one of the surplus concrete ships as a floating casino, brothel and bar during prohibition. The mob named the ship the “SS Monte Carlo” and kept it out in international waters.
There is one of them aground near Santa Cruz CA. It’s a tourist attraction now. It is the SS Palo Alto.
Smallest? How about “shortest”?
I’m sure Harsh*t Bansal’s ring was not a Jyotish setting.