Fact Cards

341. Britney Spears-The snake from Britney Spears' ,

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342. Keg-In the year 2008, Wisconsin Police busted a teen kegger in which the keg was filled with root beer. The party organizer was trying to show that they didn't need to drink alcohol for a party.

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343. Mike Yurosek-In 1986, a Californian farmer named Mike Yurosek was unhappy that he was unable to sell his imperfect carrots. So he cut and shaved them into cuter versions and called them

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344. Plague-The Plague solved an overpopulation problem in 14th century Europe. In the aftermath wages increased, rent decreased, wealth was more evenly distributed, diet improved and life expectancy increased.

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345. Lacrosse-Lacrosse, as originally played by Native Americans, fielded teams from 100 to 1,000 men, with goals 500 yards to 6 miles apart, with games lasting several days, played sunup to sundown. These games tended to become huge mobs of players swarming the ball and slowly moving it across the field.

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346. Queen-The day after 9/11, the Queen broke a 200 year old tradition and ordered the US National Anthem to be played during the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace.

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347. Hustler magazine-Every month all members of the United States Congress are mailed Hustler magazine for free.

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348. Dihydrogen-monoxide-

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349. Frank Hayes-In 1923, Frank Hayes became the first ever jockey to win a horse race despite being dead. He died from a heart attack mid-race but somehow his body stayed strapped onto the horse and he crossed the finish line in first place, beating 20-1 odds.

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350. Lou Ferrigno-Lou Ferrigno once lifted a car by himself while playing the hulk instead of waiting for the broken steel lift to be repaired for the scene.

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