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931. Theron Boutella Atomic Blonde-It took 45 minutes to film Charlize Theron's sex scene with Sofia Boutella in Atomic Blonde. Theron found the scene easy and attributed this fact to them both being dancers.

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932. William Bigfoot Anakin Darts-In 1908 William

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933. Sleep Deprivation-According to new research, sleeping less than the recommended eight hours a night is associated with intrusive, repetitive thoughts like those seen in anxiety or depression.

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934. Lord of the Rings Tolkien Rights-When J. R. R. Tolkien sold the movie rights for Lord of the Rings, he forbade Disney from ever becoming involved as long as it was possible to veto anything from or influenced by the Disney studios for all whose works I have a heartfelt loathing.

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935. Frank Goldsmith Jr-Frank Goldsmith, Jr. was a Titanic survivor who later lived near Navin Field (Tiger Stadium) in Detroit. He never took his children to baseball games because the roar of the crowd reminded him of the screams of people dying in the freezing water.

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936. Snoopy NASA Mascot-Snoopy is NASA's official safety mascot. Every astronaut since 1968 has worn a silver Snoopy pin into space. Upon return, the astronauts present the pin as a special recognition to a civilian team member who helped keep them safe.

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937. Ralph Nader-Though offered a scholarship to Princeton, Ralph Nader's father forced him to decline the offer on the grounds that the family was able to pay Nader's tuition and the funds should go to a student who could not afford it. Nader graduated magna cum laude in 1955.

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938. Vikings flyting-Vikings had their own version of rap battling called

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939. James Hong-James Hong (Lopan from Big Trouble in Little China) served in the US Army during the Korean War, but he was so entertaining to the other troops in training camp that the camp general requested he stay at the camp to be in charge of live shows rather than deploy overseas.

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940. Thomas Baker-During World War 2, Medal of Honor recipient Thomas Baker ordered his squad to leave him propped against a tree with a pistol and eight bullets when he was wounded. Later, American forces found the now deceased Baker in the same spot, holding an empty pistol, with eight dead Japanese soldiers lying around him.

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  1. Would you mind if I started to post these facts on iFunny? I really think people would love them and I would of course credit and link your website.

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