I thought this quote was taken from Thomas Jefferson’s “Notes on the State of Virginia”, where he speaks of himself as “thousand-year-old”. I decided to re-write the version that was attributed to Thomas Jefferson and change the word “thousand-year-old” to “thousands-old”.
My apologies for the confusion. I had a thought on this. I know that Jefferson and many other people who lived during the time of Thomas Jefferson have said that he was a bit too old-he wasn’t always an aged man. My thought is that while Jefferson wasn’t exactly a hundred and one year old man, he was certainly older than the average person of his time.
I think that Jefferson was around forty years old when he died, but I doubt that he was truly old. He is famous for saying “I was a child”, which was also said by many of his contemporaries. He also said that he was going to be an emperor “when I was old”. I would say that he may not have been truly old, but he was certainly very young for his time.
Jefferson was said to be so old that the British had a statue of him as the oldest man in the world. As a kid, I remember him saying I was a child. I also remember him saying that he would be the emperor when I was old. I would say that he might not have been truly old, but he was certainly very young for his time.
Now, I could get into the fact that Jefferson was not a great historian, but that doesn’t take away from his immense intelligence. I also imagine that Jefferson would be pretty pissed at me for saying he was the oldest person in the world. I would also say that he would be pretty pissed at me for saying that he would be the emperor when I was old. I didn’t say those things because I was trying to be funny, and I was a bit drunk.
I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that Thomas Jefferson would be a little pissed at you for saying that you would be emperor when you were old, too. The fact is that Jefferson and many others in the world would be incredibly confused. If they knew that you were old, they would probably think you were a monster.
The fact is, that Thomas Jefferson was not the emperor of the United States. He is perhaps the most well-known, most well-known man in history, but he was not the emperor of the United States.
This is not to say that any of the United States is a monarchy. Quite the contrary, it is a republic.
Jefferson was the president of the United States from 1801 to 1809, and he was the first president to be born in the new nation. He was the leader of the United States for two years before the civil war. He was not the first president to be born in the new nation. He was not the first president to be born in the new nation. He was not the first president to be born in the new nation.
In fact, the United States is the first nation ever to use this method of election. The only other presidential election in history is the one where the king is deposed and replaced with a new king. So this is not to say that our republic is a monarchy. Quite the contrary, it is a republic. You see, the founders of the United States were concerned with the power of the federal government and wanted us to have less power in the hands of the states.