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A single asteroid, named Hebe, is the origin of about 40% of the meteorites that hit Earth.

Categories: Disaster, Space

2David S. Goyer

David S. Goyer, who co-wrote the 2016 movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, claimed in 2005 that writing a Superman vs. Batman story is what a studio turns to when they have “exhausted all possibilities… It’s somewhat of an admission that this franchise is on its last gasp.”

Categories: Dc, Movies

3Judge Judy

Americans trust Judge Judy more than all nine justices of the United States Supreme Court

Categories: Law, People, Places

4Anti-Slavery Convention

When women were excluded from the World Anti-Slavery Convention of 1840 in London and forced to sit in a "no speaking section", William Lloyd Garrison, the conference's keynote speaker, refused to give his speech and sat with the women, "dominating the convention without saying a word".

Categories: People

5Battle of Marignano

Switzerland swore eternal neutrality in 1515 after losing the Battle of Marignano

Categories: Countries, War

6Bill Bacon

A Texas school district Kerrville is so small that one person (Bill Bacon) "has been the superintendent, the principal, the third-to-sixth-grade teacher, the ESL instructor, the special-ed teacher, the repairman, the contractor". The Divide School uses white limousine as a school bus.

Categories: Education, Places


An orangutan named Sibu at a zoo in Apeldoorn, Netherlands rejected all attempts made for him to mate with female orangutans. He only exhibited sexual interest in his human female caretakers with a particular penchant for the blonde ones with tattoos.

Categories: Animals, Places

8Charles Joseph Bonaparte

The founder of the FBI (Charles Joseph Bonaparte), who had also served as Secretary of the Navy and US Attorney General was the great nephew of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.

Categories: People

9Larry Donovan

In the 1880s, a man named Larry Donovan tried to make a living by jumping off bridges to gain fame and recognition. After he died penniless jumping off a low bridge on a drunken bet, his mother was quoted as saying: "I told him that jumping off bridges was a poor way of earning a living."

Categories: Death, People


A Nova Scotia man broke into a ranch home, then fed the cats, did laundry, put out hay for the horses, took a shower, used the residents' toothbrush and shaver, and wrote in their diary.

Categories: Animals, Food, People

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