Thomas Jefferson  Burial: Monticello Graveyard  Charlottesville Albemarle County  Virginia, USA

Thomas Jefferson Burial: Monticello Graveyard Charlottesville Albemarle County Virginia, USA with Riverhill School in November 2003

imagine: jeffmads having lawmaking and chill™ on this fuckgin shit ass bed. Fucking Imagine.... thomas was the original True Mess

imagine: jeffmads having lawmaking and chill™ on this fuckgin shit ass bed. thomas was the original True Mess >> no but then hamilton mocking him for it

did-you-kno:  “Deism is the belief that a higher power created the world, but that God will not interfere with natural law or perform miracles, and that people should rely on logic and reason instead of religious traditions based on writings in a...

Source Happy Birthday to Thomas Jefferson!Here are a few bonus facts and some of his most notable quotations: “Do you want to know who you are? Action will delineate and define.

Stacey Lee Webber Thomas Jefferson necklace

Stacey Lee Webber Thomas Jefferson necklace

Thomas Jefferson - WTF fun facts

Thomas Jefferson - WTF fun facts this is just so me that I'm laughing at practically myself

Thomas Jefferson was an American Founding Father, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence and the third President of the United States.

Thomas Jefferson on Tyranny - American Founding Father, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence and the third President of the United States.

Most have gotten so comfortable in day to day living that they have forgotten what it took to get us where we are today. The government has gotten out of control, with the power they wield and we the people are on the verge of becoming slaves.                         Ron Leighman

3rd US President Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson facts - WTF fun facts

Here is an interesting fact, I'm multi-lingual. Being able to speak multiple languages is a key advantage into discussing topics among nations

But just remember that people being afraid of tomatoes actually had a very valid reason. From what we know now, back then many people's dishes were made out of substances known to be toxic (like lead). The acid in tomatoes and certain other foods would cause small amounts of the toxic substance to come off into the food and would LITERALLY KILL PEOPLE. Since not all foods did this, people assumed that it was the food and not the dishes that were harmful...

Didn't they consider tomatoes poisonous because they reacted with lead plates, causing the lead to fall off and poison them?

Thomas Jefferson - Wine of course, French wine.

Thomas Jefferson was an American Founding Father who was principal author of the Declaration of Independence. He was elected the second Vice President of the United States, serving under John Adams and in 1800 was elected third President.

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