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Minimum wage was 0.25 per hour when it was first enacted in 1938

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Minimum wage was 0.25 per hour when it was first enacted in 1938


Adolf Hitler loved chocolate cake

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Adolf Hitler loved chocolate cake


When Kleenex was first introduced to the market in 1924, it was marketed as a make up or cold cream remover

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When Kleenex was first introduced to the market in 1924, it was marketed as a make up or cold cream remover


The last land battle of the U.S. Civil War was fought in Texas

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The last land battle of the U.S. Civil War was fought in Texas


The A.A. Milne character of Winnie the Pooh made his animated film debut in 1966 in Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree

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The A.A. Milne character of Winnie the Pooh made his animated film debut in 1966 in Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree


It costs twice as much to send a kid to jail, as it does to send a kid to Yale

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It costs twice as much to send a kid to jail, as it does to send a kid to Yale


In 1832, in Paisley, Scotland the first municipal water filtration works was opened

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In 1832, in Paisley, Scotland the first municipal water filtration works was opened


Nutmeg is extremely poisonous if injected intravenously

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Nutmeg is extremely poisonous if injected intravenously


The hottest temperature ever recorded was 136 degrees (Fahrenheit) in Libya on Sept. 13, 1922. The coldest temperature of -128 degrees was recorded in Antarctica on July 21, 1983.

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The hottest temperature ever recorded was 136 degrees (Fahrenheit) in Libya on Sept. 13, 1922. The coldest temperature of -128 degrees was recorded in Antarctica on July 21, 1983.


The famous Christmas song

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The famous Christmas song "Jingle Bells" was written for a Thanksgiving program in 1857 by James Pierpont. At the time, the song was called "The One-Horse Open Sleigh."


The longest game of Monopoly played underwater is 45 days

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The longest game of Monopoly played underwater is 45 days


Maine is the only state whose name is just one syllable

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Maine is the only state whose name is just one syllable


Dogs can be trained to detect an upcoming epileptic seizure

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Dogs can be trained to detect an upcoming epileptic seizure


If you spray an antiseptic spray on a polar bear, its fur will turn purple

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If you spray an antiseptic spray on a polar bear, its fur will turn purple


In order to mate, a male deep sea anglerfish will bite a female when he finds her. The male will never let go and will eventually merge his body into the female and spend the rest of his life inside the female mate. The males internal organs will disappear apart from the testes that are needed to for breeding

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In order to mate, a male deep sea anglerfish will bite a female when he finds her. The male will never let go and will eventually merge his body into the female and spend the rest of his life inside the female mate. The males internal organs will disappear apart from the testes that are needed to for breeding


For people that are lactose intolerant, chocolate aids in helping milk digest easier

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For people that are lactose intolerant, chocolate aids in helping milk digest easier


When the female grasshopper lays eggs, she covers her eggs with a pasty liquid that protects the eggs throughout the winter

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When the female grasshopper lays eggs, she covers her eggs with a pasty liquid that protects the eggs throughout the winter


The first World Series baseball playoffs occurred in 1903

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The first World Series baseball playoffs occurred in 1903


Leather skin does not have any smell. The leather smell that you sense is actually derived from the materials used in the tanning process

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Leather skin does not have any smell. The leather smell that you sense is actually derived from the materials used in the tanning process


99% of the blueberries that are produced in the United States are produced in the state of Maine

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99% of the blueberries that are produced in the United States are produced in the state of Maine


On average, pigs live for about 15 years

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On average, pigs live for about 15 years


The right lung of a human is larger than the left one. This is because of the space and placement of the heart

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The right lung of a human is larger than the left one. This is because of the space and placement of the heart


A penguin swims at a speed of approximately 15 miles per hour

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A penguin swims at a speed of approximately 15 miles per hour


There are coffee flavored PEZ

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There are coffee flavored PEZ


The phrase

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The phrase "back to square one" (or "back at square one", which was the original way of saying it) comes from football radio commentaries from the 1930s. There being no picture, these live reports would explain the position of play by dividing the football pitch into numbered grids and "square one" was just in front of the goal ...... so, when a ball went out of play and resulted in a goal kick, the play was "back at square one".


Sixties Czech rock band the Primitives was known for its in-concert audience participation

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Sixties Czech rock band the Primitives was known for its in-concert audience participation "celebrations" of the four elements. Especially attention-getting was their celebration of water, known as fishfest, in which they hurled buckets of water into the audience and then threw live fish over them (From Rocking the State.)


Pigs have no sweat glands, which is why they stay in water or mud to keep cool

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Pigs have no sweat glands, which is why they stay in water or mud to keep cool


Cattle can produce up to 180 litres of saliva in one day

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Cattle can produce up to 180 litres of saliva in one day


Andrew Jackson was the first President to be the object of an assassination attempt. Jackson had attended a funeral, and a man named Richard Lawrence came up to him and fired a pistol at point-blank range. The pistol misfired, and before anyone could react, Lawrence pulled another pistol and it too misfired! Instead of running or taking cover, President Jackson preceded to beat the man over the head with his cane. The odds were astronomical that two pistols would misfire.

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Andrew Jackson was the first President to be the object of an assassination attempt. Jackson had attended a funeral, and a man named Richard Lawrence came up to him and fired a pistol at point-blank range. The pistol misfired, and before anyone could react, Lawrence pulled another pistol and it too misfired! Instead of running or taking cover, President Jackson preceded to beat the man over the head with his cane. The odds were astronomical that two pistols would misfire.


The monogram

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The monogram "RR" for Rolls-Royce has never been altered, except for when Sir Henry Royce passed away in 1933. Then it was changed from red to black.