Sources have varied on the number of Young's wives due to differences in what observers have considered to be a "wife". There were 55 women that Young was sealed to during his lifetime. While the majority of the sealings were "for eternity" (i.e., in the afterlife), some were "for time only" (until death). However, it is suspected that not all of the 55 marriages were conjugal, and Young did not live with a number of his wives or publicly hold them out as wives, which has led to confusion on numbering
circle_ruler wrote:i'll do your parents for free
goatlord wrote:Found it on this interesting wikipedia category, unidentified people.
Bill Swansea wrote:goatlord wrote:Found it on this interesting wikipedia category, unidentified people.
goatlord wrote:Why do people still try to hijack planes? Because of this guy.
jimmy two hands wrote:But whatever, let your freak flag fly, Dingus Khan.
sleepkid wrote:johnnyshape wrote:https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Ricky_McCormick_murder_notes
I'd seen that before, but in the links section to that article, a case I'd never seen:
https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ ... _Shud_Case
Very "what the hell?"
greg wrote:Worst mascot ever.
Cranius wrote:Oh, the UK has couple of contenders for worst Olympic mascots ever:
jimmy two hands wrote:SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT UP
Morrissey wrote:So I broke into the Palace
With a sponge and a rusty spanner
She said, "Eh, I know you and you cannot sing"
I said, "That's nothing - you should hear me play piano"