George Washington was born in Westmoreland County Virginia on February 22nd, 1732. His parents had no idea he’d be the man to change the world… although they did suspect it after fending off those British Terminators sent from the future. ♣ Washington inherited his first slave at the age of eleven. By the time he […]Read More Phirst Phounding Phathers Phacts
[Sorry about this one. It’s been in my queue for a while and I just want it OUT OF MY SIGHT] Cicero called Herodotus “The Father of History” as well as “The Slow-witted But Lovable Cousin of Hydraulics”… ☻ Herodotus was born in 484 BCE in the Greek City of Halicarnassus, known for its mausoleum, […]Read More Herodotus and I Have a History
The gladiator games were probably bloody and disturbing all the time… but, never as disturbing as they were on “Take Your Child to Work Day”… ☻ Someone died in a match about on quarter of the time which made being a gladiator safer than working the night shift at a convenience store… ☻ Constantine ended […]Read More Are You not Entertained by these Facts on Gladiators?
Coolidge was the only president born on the fourth of July. Legend has it that he wasn’t due for two weeks but a near-miss with a Roman candle sent his mother into premature labor. ☺ Calvin Coolidge used to ride a mechanical horse for exercise. It was simply a saddle attached to a mechanism that […]Read More Calvin Coolidge Came from Vermont
The ax was created by prehistoric man who found that wood was far more useful if it wasn’t still attached to the tree. The development of the ax as a weapon probably occurred when someone was harassing or insulting a man who had an ax in his hand. The man thinks to himself, “If you […]Read More Old Stuff: Ax of Kindness