FACT OF THE DAY
January 12 2021
The original Stanley Cup was only seven-and-a-half inches high.
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25% of Americans use only a mobile device to use the internet.
November 3 2020
50 percent of your hand strength comes from your pinky finger.
November 2 2020
The state sport of Alabama is figure skating.
November 1 2020
Over 20% of children report hearing voices.
October 31 2020
Bruno Mars is one of the greatest names in showbiz but he was actually born Peter Gene Hernandez.
October 30 2020
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October 29 2020
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October 28 2020
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October 27 2020
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October 26 2020
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October 25 2020
Bank robber John Dillinger played professional baseball.
October 24 2020
Sarcasm promotes creativity, a Harvard study found.
October 23 2020
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October 22 2020
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October 21 2020
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October 20 2020
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October 19 2020
Cheese is made from rennet, which is made from calf stomach.
October 18 2020
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October 17 2020
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October 16 2020
The very first song played on MTV was 'Video Killed The Radio Star' by the Buggles.
October 15 2020