Fact Cards

351. Ellie Kemper-Actor Jon Hamm taught future co-actress, Ellie Kemper when she was in the eighth grade.

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352. Black People-Black people in Ancient Rome were not discriminated against because of their skin color or physical features. They were not excluded from any profession and there was no stigma against mixed race relationships. Classical writers did not attach social status or degree of humanity to skin color.

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353. Tom Marvolo Riddle-Tom Marvolo Riddle's name had to be translated into 68 languages, while still being an anagram for

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354. 1908 Olympics team-In 1908, the Russian Olympic team arrived for the Olympics in London 12 days late because they were still using the Julian calendar instead of the Gregorian calendar.

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355. Stan Lee-Stan Lee planned on quitting the comic book industry until his wife Joan told him to write the type of characters he wanted to for his last project. The result was the Fantastic Four, which created a more humanly flawed type of superhero.

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356. Penn Jillette-Penn Jillette from Penn and Teller once painted his fingernails red as a joke in response to his mother telling him to get a manicure because people would be looking at his hands. Now he always keeps one finger nail painted red in memory of his mother.

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357. IBM Simon-IBM sold Simon, a smartphone with a touchscreen display input that could send emails and run third party apps in 1994.

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358. Quebec-France sent 800 women to Quebec. The

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359.Wax bullets-Pistol dueling with wax bullets was a popular pastime in the early 20th Century and even featured as a sport in the 1908 Summer Olympics.

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360. Christopher Lucas-In 2011, a Pizza Hut manager named Christopher Lucas saved many lives during the Joplin tornado by herding customers into a walk in freezer and bungee cording his arm to the freezer door before being sucked into the tornado and killed.

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