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  1. nomolos619
    #17 isnt true. Watch Pulp Fiction for yourself. There are only one or two clocks set at 4:20
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  2. ReeVus
    #20 is completely FALSE / The 5 circles in the Olympic flag represent the 5 continents.
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  3. Gina
    There are 7 continents: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Antartica.
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  4. incognito562
    intresting
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  5. wtfdude
    United Sates of America

    no h, k, z, l and many more...
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  6. reginator
    [i}United Sates of America

    no h, k, z, l and many more...[/i]

    You must be A) Not from the USA,

    and

    B) Joking.

    Hawaii
    Kansas
    Arizona
    Louisiana

    ...to name just a few examples. If your joke was that "United States of America" does not contain a H, K, Z, or L...yawn.
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  7. nato2101
    I don't get the "a" in numbers thing, surely all you have to go to is one hundred "A"nd one.
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  8. lolipop
    nice info...
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  9. GOODSTUFF4U
    # 20
    This was originally designed in 1912 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympic Games. Upon its initial introduction, de Coubertin stated the following in the August, 1912 edition of Revue Olympique:
    The emblem chosen to illustrate and represent the world Congress of 1914...: five intertwined rings in different colors - blue, yellow, black, green, and red - are placed on the white field of the paper. These five rings represent the five parts of the world which now are won over to Olympism and willing to accept healthy competition.

    According to De Coubertin the ring colors with the white background stand for those colors that appeared on all the national flags of the world at that time.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_symbols
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  10. 2Cool4Ice
    i heard abot the flag to and it is true
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  11. einsib
    Isn't it then that the rings themselves represent the continents but the colors of the rings are the reference to the colors of the flags?
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  12. I LOVE CPH
    #1 - I believe this is false;
    The statue of Absalon riding a horse, in Copenhagen, has both legs raised in the air. Absalon didn't die in battle but of natural causes.

    Correct me if I'm wrong.
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  13. danmmmm
    @reginator

    yup, not from the states... thanks for clearing it up for me.

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  14. sds
    what about fucking masons ?
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  15. KungFu Grip
    nice to see current statistics. i cant wait till 2015 when i can find out how many children were killed in 2010 from tvs falling on them
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  16. samdaman
    I heard that the rings represented the 5 major greek nations of ancient times.
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  17. Peanut
    Interesting post. Thanks for sharing
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  18. crittle
    KungFu
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  19. Amused
    the people that are saying alot of these aren't true are ignorant
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