Facts about Rice

In India, the first solid food given to children is often rice; whereas, the last solid food given to someone is often poison. Two makes of car, Honda and Toyota, are named after rice. Kind of stupid, I know, but not as dumb as naming a car after a Papal decree, as in “Fiat”; or, […]

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About the Kite

Kites are great for getting outside on a beautiful, slightly windy, spring day and showing all those around you just how much of a dork you are. There is no reason why box kites should be able to fly; therefore, they are a tool of the devil.  Others tools of the devil include the scythe […]

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Fun Facts about Independence Day

When Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, he left the names of the two nations blank so that, if the American Revolution fizzled out, he could sell the document to Ireland. A big part of celebrating how independent we are is buying hundreds of millions of dollars worth of fireworks from China. Only two […]

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Fun Facts About Hugh Jackman

Hugh Jackman won an Emmy award for hosting the Tony Awards which is like a merit badge for getting the most merit badges. After getting a journalism degree at Sydney’s University of Technology, he pursued a drama career and caught it just before it could climb a fence and get away. He adopted a son […]

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