J Letter Of AlphabetPosted by Mike Schuck
Let’s look at some letters of the alphabet to see how they relate to one another. The first letter will be A, followed by B, and so on until we get to Z. What do you get when you connect all these letters together?
A word! That’s what you get. Now, this may surprise you, but there is a perfect way to organize all of these connections. It’s called an alphabetic order.
This is the order in which we should arrange all the letters in. For instance, the word “alphabet” comes after “Z” because it starts with the letter A! This seems kind of backwards, doesn’t it?
Well, yes, it does actually make sense now that I explained it. Once you understand why this is important, then you can start changing up the ways you say things to make new jokes and stories.
If you want to try it out for yourself, just use your own language.
The jumbotron is an aircraft carrier-style advertisement that contains part of the brand’s logo or slogan along with supporting content, pictures and/or videos.
The term ‘jumbotomy’ was first used in 2008 when entrepreneur Ryan Hampton designed an airplane landing gear for his plane called the Thunderbolt. He wanted to know what people would call it so he posted a picture online with the word “Thunderbolt” followed by the image of the airplane gear and some other branding. His followers suggested using the term “jumbotom��” which stuck!
Since then, the term has spread across the marketing world, becoming popularly known as the ‘jumbotron’. Some say the jumbotron originated in Japan where companies use them to promote new products, while others claim they were invented in America during the 1980 presidential election when candidate Ronald Reagan used one to advertise his book.
When it comes to train concepts, there is one type that does not exist anywhere in the world – nor has there ever been! This crazy idea is called a “jumbo train” or a “half-train”. So what are these trains actually like?
They start off just being a normal sized train with carriages that are only half as long. Then, when they reach their destination, the passengers get out and use the other half of the carriage for an additional space.
This sounds incredible enough, but it makes sense when you think about it. What if we took away all the cars from a train and used those spaces instead?! That would save lots of time and money because you wouldn't have to buy new cars every few miles anymore!
It's hard to imagine how this concept could be done well though, so most people never try running full size trains any longer.
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