FACT OF THE DAY
July 21 2021
There was a time where using forks used to be seen as blasphemous.
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We loosen our morals when an authority tells us to.
October 27 2020
In the ancient Greek Olympics, wrestling matches were in the nude and a match did not end until one of the competitors became aroused.
October 26 2020
On the set of "The Hunger Games", Jennifer Lawrence told co-star Josh Hutcherson she could kick all the way over his head. Instead, she gave him a concussion.
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
It's been said that players with brown eyes are better hitters than those with blue eyes.
October 21 2020
"Federer" can be typed entirely with the left hand.
October 20 2020
Patients with the Charles Bonnet syndrome may see small people and animals, bright moving shapes or distorted and scary faces. Many people call this syndrome a portal to a parallel reality.
October 19 2020
Cheese is made from rennet, which is made from calf stomach.
October 18 2020
On ShelterPups.com, you can send a picture of your dog and they'll send you a stuffed animal that looks just like it.
October 17 2020
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October 16 2020
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October 15 2020
Pretzels were invented by an Italian monk who used the treats to bribe kids into memorizing scripture.
October 14 2020
All GPS units sold in the civilian market have to be programmed to deactivate themselves if they detect they are traveling faster than 1200 MPH or are above 60,000 feet in altitude to prevent them being used in intercontinental ballistic missiles.
October 13 2020
Food tastes better when someone else makes it.
October 12 2020
The 3 lead child actors in "Slumdog Millionaire" have a trust that is to be released to them at 16 years of age. The production company also set up a driver to take them to school until then.
October 11 2020