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1Socrates

Socrates complained about the technology of writing. He said it would "create forgetfulness in the learners' souls because they will not use their memories."

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Categories: People

2Janet Airlines

Janet Airlines is a highly classified airline that shuttles military personnel in and out of Area 51. The name stands for 'Just Another Non-Existent Terminal'.

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Categories: Corporation, Government

3Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood once ran for mayor of a small town in California. Part of his campaign platform was overturning a ban on ice cream parlors. He won.

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Categories: Actors, Politics

4Anderson Cooper

Anderson Cooper is related to Cornelius Vanderbilt and a Civil War general, was a Calvin Klein model, interned at the CIA, studied Vietnamese, lived in Africa and caught malaria...

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Categories: Language, Military, War

5Okapi

Once considered to be a mythical creature just like the unicorn, the Okapi is a short-necked cousin of the giraffe and lives in the rain forest.

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Categories: Animals, Forest

6Minnesota Vikings

It is rumored that Minnesota Vikings are supposedly "cursed" for losing the NFL Championship trophy by the spirit of Ed Thorp.

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Categories: Death, Games, People

71787 farewell party

The bar tab of a 1787 farewell party for George Washington is still intact. “According to the bill… [The Founding Fathers] drank 54 bottles of Madeira, 60 bottles of claret, 8 of whiskey, 22 of porter, 8 of hard cider, 12 of beer, and 7 bowls of alcoholic punch”. The party had 55 attendees.

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Categories: Beverages, Places, President

8Malik Sealy's killer

The drunk driver who killed NBA star Malik Sealy was arrested twice more for drunk driving after the fatal crash.

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Categories: Death, People, Sports

9Will Shortz

New York Times' puzzle editor Will Shortz designed his own major program at Indiana University, and in 1974 became the first and only holder of a degree in Enigmatology, the study of puzzles.

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Categories: Games, People

10Theives

After 2 thieves broke into a man's home in England and made off with his laptop, they inspected the device, found serious child abuse material and went to the cops regardless. The pedophile got 3 yrs in jail. The judge gave robbers a 12-month community service orders in light of their good deed

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Categories: Crime, People

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