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On Sep 25, 2021, karnak wrote:
E=mc2

E = mc²
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Both are fun if you do it right!
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Lin-Manuel Miranda.
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On Sep 25, 2021, karnak wrote:
E=mc2

E = mc²


Preeee-cisely! (Just didn’t know, off the cuff, how to get that sort of super-script font.)
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On Sep 25, 2021, S2000magician wrote:
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On Sep 25, 2021, karnak wrote:
E=mc2

E = mc²

Preeee-cisely! (Just didn’t know, off the cuff, how to get that sort of super-script font.)

If you look in Word you'll find that you can insert special characters (e.g., Greek letters, mathematical symbols, letters with diacritical marks, and so on). Amongst those special characters are superscripted numerals 0 – 9.

Or . . . you can mark this page and, whenever you need a superscript 2, come back here, copy it, and paste it.
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Not jones or Miranda.

8. One tony was for "best musical" in 2011.

9. This musical would earn over $500 million, and counting.

10. Despite this and other successes I'm still best known for
creating a cartoon!
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11. My most popular Cartoon came out in 1997, first produced
using cutout animation.

12. Its premier led to controversy and hundreds of millions in merchandise
sales.

13. I created 'south park' with my partner matt stone.
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If no one gets it in a few hours I'll give it and let someone else have a turn.
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I know nothing about South Park, so someone else will have to come up with the name.
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Alan is correct! trey parker it is.

The play he got the tonys for is titled 'the book of Mormon'
it will return to Broadway in November.
You're up Alan.
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Busy day for me. Can someone else jump in with the next challenge please?
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I was born in 1919, in Pennsylvania. My parents were Ukrainian immigrants.

One of six children, I worked in coal mines during my youth before becoming a professional boxer in the late 1930s.

I was awarded a football scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill but left after two years, disgusted by commercialization of the sport.
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With the outbreak of World War Two, I joined the United States Army Air Forces, and was honorably discharged in 1944.

After the war, I attended Stanford University, during which time I worked as a short order cook, waiter, soda jerk, lifeguard, and photographer's model.
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I left university one credit shy of graduating to pursue a career in the theatre, making my Broadway debut in The Big Two in 1947, playing a Russian soldier, directed by Robert Montgomery.
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My stage acting break came as Marlon Brando's understudy in A Streetcar Named Desire, and I eventually replaced Brando on stage as Stanley Kowalski.
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I made my screen debut in 1950, playing a gangster, and the next year I was featured in a film about the United States Marines in World War Two.

I returned to Broadway for Darkness at Noon by Sidney Kingsley, which was a minor hit.
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Hmm. I know Anthony Quinn took over for the road company of Streetcar, but I don't think any of the rest fits...someone like Arthur Kennedy?
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Sorry, Jack, neither Quinn nor Kennedy.

I was second billed in just my third film, playing opposite Joan Crawford in a thriller, for which I received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
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