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Einstein's Wife

 

Here's an interesting story.

 


by Brett Rogers, 5/4/2005 2:30:35 PM
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That was an interesting piece. There was a biography on Einstein a couple of weeks ago on the Biography channel. It was not a very kind bio. There was a large part devoted to he and his wife and their sons. He sounded like a brilliant man, but what an ass. He neglected his wife and all but abandon his kids and left them for his work and for another women.
There is no denying that he was brilliant and probably one of the greatest minds ever. However, his wardrobe consisted of nothing but several of the same outfit because he didn't have the common sense to pick out his own clothes. He seems like he was book smart however lacked any and all social skills and common sense.

 

 

Posted by Anonymous, 5/5/2005 10:20:43 AM



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