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Thomas Edison was the epitome of tenacity. Some surely called him mule stubborn. Today electric light is taken for granted, however, in Edison's day,... more
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Thomas Edison was the epitome of tenacity. Some surely called him "mule stubborn." Today electric light is taken for granted, however, in Edison's day, many people said that Edison was a fool and was simply wasting his time. They claimed that everyone knows that mankind is supposed to illuminate the night with oil lamps. Before perfecting the electric light bulb filament, Edison was asked if he felt that he had failed. He responded by saying, "I have not failed. I have just found 10,000 ways that won't work."
Corvette Author & Artist, K. Scott Teeters K Scott Teeters is a world renowned automotive artist whose work includes all production Corvettes from 1953 to now as well as Corvette show cars, prototypes, racing cars, experimentals and engineering studies. And he has created an art collection of Muscle cars, Hot Rod Nostalgia Posters, Exotic Sports Car Lithographs, Shelby Mustang/Cobra Prints and more. Scott is a commercial artist and writer who, since 1977 has been a contributing artist and writer for over a dozen automotive publications. Currently he has a monthly feature in “Vette Magazine” called The Illustrated Corvette Series. Online Entrepreneur… I have been offering my art, products and services online for over...
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