Fact Cards

This section is our attempt at bringing little known, interesting and unbelievable facts and tidbits in an easy to read picture format. The images have been optimized to be viewed on any kind of digital screens. If you would like to read more on the subject or want to verify the fact each fact is accompanied by a source link at the bottom.


971. Anne Hathaway-The Mormon film industry is called Mollywood and it makes films from a Church of Latter Days Saints perspective. It has featured actors like Anne Hathaway, Sean Astin and Wilford Brimley.

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972. Diogenes-When Diogenes, the ancient Greek philosopher, noticed a prostitute's son throwing rocks at a crowd, he said,

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973. Reggie and Cheryl Miller-Reggie Miller, NBA Hall of Famer, couldn't escape his older sister Cheryl's shadow while in high school. On January 26, 1982, he scored a career high 40 points. He tried bragging about it on the car ride home, only to find out Cheryl had scored 105 points and broke 8 national records.

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974. Sugar Harvard Study-3 Harvard scientists were paid $50,000 in the 1960s to promote sugar use and paint fat as the bad guy.

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975. Alan Alda-Alan Alda has been married for 60 years and has three daughters. He met his wife at a mutual friend's dinner party and they bonded when a rum cake accidentally fell onto the kitchen floor and they were the only two guests who did not hesitate to eat it.

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976. Lobsters Life-Lobsters aren't actually

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977. Ruth Bader Ginsburg-After her husband was diagnosed with testicular cancer, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attended class and took notes for both of them, typed her husband's dictated papers and cared for their daughter and her sick husband, all while making the Harvard Law Review.

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978. Rudolph Hess-Hitler's deputy Rudolph Hess spent the last 20 years of his life as the sole prisoner in a jail designed to hold 600 inmates. After Hess finally died in 1987 at a very old age, the British Military authorities had the prison torn down so it would not become any type of shrine to Fascism. Hess's grave was also torn down in 2011 due to the fact that it became a shrine for Neo-Nazis.

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979. Private Ryan Ohama Scene-For the brutal Omaha Beach scene in ‘Saving Private Ryan’, Spielberg hired several dozen army amputees with prosthetic limbs so that he could have their arms and legs blown off in a more realistic fashion. More than $11 million was spent and 1,000 extras were used for the infamous scene.

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980. Joe Delaney-Running back Joe Delaney died attempting to save three children from drowning. Despite being unable to swim, Delaney told a bystander there: ‘I’ve got to save those kids. If I don’t come up, get somebody,’ before rushing into the water.

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