Moriusaq, Greenland had a population of 3 in 2009. A case of self-defense dropped the population to 2.
27. The police in China are forcing drivers to stare into full-beam headlights as a punishment for dazzling others.
28. At one point in the 1970s, 1 out of every 204 working Americans was employed by Sears.
29. If the antler growth tissue is surgically removed and grafted to another part of the deer’s body, an antler will grow there.
30. Designed by Benjamin Franklin, the first official American Cent (Fugio Cent) was inscribed with the words, "Mind Your Business".
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32. Gargoyles are designed to spout water. Though often called gargoyles, other statues on gothic buildings are properly called chimeras or grotesques.
33. Microsoft was making $5-15 on every Android phone sold because of patents, peaking at $2 billion in 2013.
34. An American researcher on Chinese history named Jeremy Brown, was able to uncover sensitive information on the Cultural Revolution through "garbology" or by digging through archival materials at flea markets and vendors because access to the official archives is strictly controlled by the Chinese government.
35. The "Tetris" tune is actually a 150-year-old Russian folk song in which a street vendor flirts with a customer while haggling over goods.