Interesting Facts Are Often Random… (22 PICS)

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Phillip 1 weeks ago
...every one of these sounds like nonsense
       
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Micajah 1 weeks ago
Phillip,
Then Google them.
       
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Adolphus 1 weeks ago
Micajah,

..., but how can you be a troll when you are informed?
       
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Pinckney 1 weeks ago
#20 yeah, its part of his job so far....we also get paid for doin it ;)
       
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Pinckney 1 weeks ago
Pinckney,

he, not we....
       
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Jefferey 1 weeks ago
#20 He also took extensive combat training. And by the way, not all actors are quite as dedicated. Some are, but not all.
       
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Delius 1 weeks ago
#22
Niel Armstrong? Really??

Maybe, he's related to

Louis DaNIEL Armstrong
       
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ZombieDarwin 1 weeks ago
#11 Wauconda forever!
       
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Sly 1 weeks ago
#3 - Meter and metre are two different words. Metre is the one that is distance.
       
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Eliphalet 1 weeks ago
Sly,
nope
maybe in countries that "avoid" the metric system. They rather measure in bean cans, MCDonald Cups feet, miles, inch or cow lenght.

The rest of the world uses Meter as measuring unit.
       
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Paulina 1 weeks ago
Eliphalet,
We use metre in Australia
       
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Sly 1 weeks ago
#10 - Meter and metre are different words. Meter is a measuring machine, as in speedometer.
       
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Tine 1 weeks ago
Sly, Metre is the British way of spelling it, meter is the American (and Scandinavian and possibly others) way. Just like color/colour.
       
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Amelia 1 weeks ago
#16 Twenty what? Degrees, percent, monkeys? I need a little more info.
       
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Diane 1 weeks ago
20 Braincells for you
       
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Silla 1 weeks ago
#5 #8 I wonder how tall a tree could grow
       
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Elze 1 weeks ago
Silla,

we will never know.
       
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Horace 1 week ago
#14 Is bullshit! 1680, Robert Boyle. Pretty impractical but real matches.
       
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Laodicia 6 days ago
#14 There is a text from 1270 AD By Wu Lin Chiu Shih, that lists sulfur matches as something that was sold in the markets of Hangzhou, around the time of Marco Polo's visit. The matches were known as fa chu or tshui erh.
       
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