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Old 05-19-2018, 07:42 PM   #316
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In the novel that the film "Pinocchio" was based on, Jiminy Cricket was brutally murdered and Pinocchio had his feet burned off and was hanged by villagers.
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First Lady Rosalynn Carter had her picture taken with 2 very infamous people: Rev. Jim Jones and John Wayne Gacy.

Jones and his Peoples' Temple religious group were heavily involved in Democratic politics and against racial segregation. They helped elect George Moscone as San Franciso Mayor. In 1978, Jones and the Peoples' Temple met their end when they committed mass suicide in their 'Jonestown' commune in Guyana.

John Wayne Gacy was known as a very charitable man and would dress up as Pogo the Clown for children's birthdays and fundraisers. He murdered 33 young boys/men throughout the '70s.
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Boston’s Latin School is the U.S oldest public school. It opened on April 23, 1635.
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Fred Baur(1918-2002),the designer of the Pringles can,had his ashes buried in one.
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The American Secret Service tried to spike Hitler's carrots with female hormones to change him into a woman!
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Babe Ruth wore a cabbage leaf under his cap to keep his head cool. He changed it every two innings.
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DYK . . . that, Prince Harry broke tradition by wearing a wedding ring, after other royal men in the family, like his brother Prince William and grandfather Prince Philip, chose not to. Prince Charles, wore a wedding ring with Diana and with Camilla. He, Prince Charles, wears his ring, on his pinky finger, under a signet ring. Who knew?
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There is no word in the English language that rhymes with"pint".
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There is no word in the English language that rhymes with"pint".
I'm sorry, but I could think of at least three rhymes just off the top of my head: "squint", "lint" and "mint".
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I'm sorry, but I could think of at least three rhymes just off the top of my head: "squint", "lint" and "mint".


No we pronounce "pint" with a long"I" sound as in pie.
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DYK...that Rod Roddy on TPIR and PYL was not really "Rod"? He was born as Robert Ray Roddy on 9/28/37 in Fort Worth, TX, and "Rod" was his nickname.

To that end, then, there were actually two Roberts working the 11-noon shift Eastern time on TPIR on CBS in the Barker/Roddy era; one being Robert William Barker of Darrington, WA (better known as Bob Barker), and the other being Robert Ray Roddy of Fort Worth, TX (better known by the nickname "Rod").
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