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Old 03-09-2009, 01:21 AM   #1
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The sound of E.T. walking was made by someone squishing her hands in jelly
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The sun dosent rise on Mercury
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Maine is the only state with one syllable.
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In your lifetime, you'll shed over 40 pounds of skin.
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Grover Cleveland is the only president to serve two non consecutive terms.


William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison remain the only grandfather grandson presidents.
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Crayola is a French word that means 'Oily chalk.'
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Olivia de Havilland is the last surviving star of 1939's "Gone With the Wind."
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Olivia de Havilland is the last surviving star of 1939's "Gone With the Wind."

Ann Rutherford is still alive.
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the name "the white house" came from Theodore Roosevelt
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The average person eats an average of 30 pounds of cheese per year.
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Here are a few:

-Abraham Lincoln faces right on the penny while the other U.S presidents on their coins face left.

-The idea for the microwave came from a man whose chocolate melted as he passed a radiation tube.

-Nobody actually sings "Batman!" in the Batman (1960's) theme. What is thought of as cries are actually horns.
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No word in the the English dictionary rhymes with "MONTH"
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Chris Butler's The Devil Glitch is currently the longest pop song ever recorded.
It is 69 minutes long and came out in 1996.
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Yep, so is Cammie King.
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the voice on the radio in "ADAM-12" was a real Los Angeles police announcer.

The train on "PETTICOAT JUNCTION" only had 1 set of driver wheels (the big wheels). They would have to move them to whatever side faced the camera.
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