FACT OF THE DAY
April 9 2021
Basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain never fouled out of a game.
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Bill Gates was a college drop out.
March 6 2021
During the 18th century, you could pay your admission ticket to the zoo in London by bringing a cat or a dog to feed the lions.
March 5 2021
Octopus have 3 hearts, nine brains and blue blood.
March 4 2021
Of the 585 billionaires in the U.S., 363 - or 62% - made their fortunes themselves.
March 3 2021
The serial number of the first MAC every produced was 2001.
March 2 2021
Announcing your plans makes you less motivated to accomplish them.
March 1 2021
People develop first impressions of you in a tenth of a second.
February 28 2021
The pyramids were built by paid laborers. Not slaves. That's a myth by Herodotus, the Greek historian.
February 27 2021
George Washington opened a whiskey distillery after his presidency.
February 26 2021
Iceland is a geologically unique country featuring a range of volcanoes, hot springs and glaciers.
February 25 2021
The world record for fastest texter is held by Marcel Fernandes Filho a Brazilian teenager by 18.19 seconds.
February 24 2021
Boxing became a legal sport in 1901.
February 23 2021
In 1956, 5 megabytes (5MB) of data weighed a ton.
February 22 2021
Studies have shown that listening to music is good for digestion.
February 21 2021
Studies show that trauma victims who don't search for a reason for their misfortune turn out to be the most well-adjusted years later.
February 20 2021
Ostriches don't bury their heads in sand.
February 19 2021
Beyoncé was the first choice to play Tiana in The Princess and the Frog, but she lost the role because she refused to audition.
February 18 2021
Chicken tikka masala is now one of the British national dishes. Not only because it is the most popular, but because it is a perfect illustration of the way Britain absorbs and adapts external influences.
February 17 2021
Hippos are considered as the dangerous animal in Africa.
February 16 2021
It takes more muscles to frown than it does to smile.
February 15 2021