|5 aAs well as Frog architecture in New Orleans,
6 And other styles in other places too,
7 Except in the midwest, of course,
8 bWhere absolutely everything looked like a grain elevator.
CHAPTER 731 Yank science was pretty special too.
2 For example, it was a Yank named cBenjamin Franklin who invented electricity,
3 Way back when,
4 dUsing only a kite and a key,
6 And thus paved the way for a Yank named eEdison who invented absolutely everything,
7 Including the flight bulb,
8 And the gphonograph,
9 And the helectric company,
10 Not to mention imotion pictures,
11 Which were incredibly important,
12 Because jAlexander Graham Bell had just invented the ktelephone,
13 lAnd motion pictures gave the Yanks something to talk to each other about,
14 mAnd other things too,
15 Things that would become more important later on.
16 And that wasn't all, either,
17 Because Yank science was so great that it had also invented something called an naeroplane,
18 Which was going to change the oworld,
19 Very soon,
20 If not right away,
21 And was therefore almost as important an invention as motion pictures.
||CHAPTER 741 Another great Yank cultural accomplishment was music,
2 pBecause it was the Yanks who invented jazz,
3 qWhich maybe had something to do with all the black people in the country,
4 rAnd helps explain why black people were almost always allowed to give concerts,
5 sEven though they couldn't buy a ticket to one.
6 But the popularity of jazz hadn't really become worldwide yet at the time Woodrow Wilson became president,
7 tBecause it was Wilson who was responsible for finally making the rest of the world notice that America was there,
8 Whether they liked it or not.
CHAPTER 751 Of course, when he started out, Wilson didn't have that much interest in the rest of the world.
2 uFor example, it was during Wilson's first term that the Europeans finally went completely nuts and started World War I,
3 vWhich most of the Yanks didn't understand,
4 wOr even care about,
5 At all.
6 After thinking it over very carefully,
7 xWilson decided that the best thing to do about World War I was nothing,
8 At all,