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Old 12-07-2016, 10:36 PM   #16
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DYK that the oldest person alive today was born in 1899?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Morano
Wow... She is born in the same year as my maternal grandfather and my paternal grandmother. Needless to say, they both passed away many years ago (1961 and 1985 respectively).

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DYK Donald Duck comics were banned from Finland because he doesn't wear any pants.
That myth has been debunked.
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DYK that in Finland, some traffic fines, as well as fines for shoplifting and violating securities-exchange laws, are assessed based on income. The
rich could wind up paying thousands of dollars.
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Old 12-08-2016, 12:45 AM   #18
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DYK that Buddy Ebsen was thinking of retiring when he was offered the lead in THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES?
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DYK that L. Frank Baum got the name of the country from a file cabinet drawer.
I read that somewhere a long time ago.

He used to tell the neighborhood children stories about this magical land and one day one of the kids asked him "But Mr. Baum, what's the name of this place?" He hesitated for a couple seconds and looked around the room. The first thing that caught his attention was a file cabinet and a label that said O-Z. So he said to the kids "OZ. The name of the land is OZ."
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DYK that the tallest tree in the world is 379.3 feet tall?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperion_(tree)
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That is true in Sweden as well.
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The Boston Common Christmas tree is an annual gift from the people of Nova Scotia as a way to thank the Boston community for providing emergency assistance when its capital, Halifax, was devastated by an explosion in 1917.
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DYK that General Electric (GE) was founded by Thomas Edison?
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Old 12-08-2016, 09:24 PM   #24
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DYK that he would have been a fan of the 2nd half..if only to spite the 1st (Tom could relate to alternating current about as much as I can relate to him).
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DYK that James Buchanan was the only American president never to have married?
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DYK that The Decleration of Independence wasn't signed by John Hancock, Ben Franklin etc. at the same time like in pictures and what everyone's taught in school?
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DYK that James Buchanan was the only American president never to have married?
DYK James Buchanan, according to some historians, he was also gay. His niece and ward Harriet Lane (an orphan) filled the position of “first lady” during his presidency. His constant companion was William Rufus King.
So noticeable, that Andrew Jackson referred to them as "Miss Nancy" and
"Aunt Fancy". Not only is he regarded as the first gay U.S. president, he
ranks as one of our worst. He did nothing to stop the succession of the
states, under his watch. He, basically, passed the problem to the next
president, who, was Abraham Lincoln.
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DYK that only 12 people have ever walked on the Moon, all between 1969 and 1972.
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DYK only female mosquitoes bite. Females need blood to produce eggs.
Males feed from nectar.
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DYK that only 5 United States presidents had brown eyes?

"...in all of U.S. history, only five presidents had brown eyes – John Quincy Adams, Andrew Johnson, Chester A. Arthur, LBJ and Nixon. All the rest were clearly described with blue, grey, or hazel eyes."

Actually 6 I guess? This was written before Obama was in office!
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