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TRIVIAL DRIVEL (continued):

• Michael Jackson's 1988 autobiography “Moonwalk” was edited by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. • Horses can't vomit. • Koalas sleep up to 22 hours a day. • The sentence, “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog,” which uses every letter in the English alphabet, was developed by Western Union to test communication systems. • One out of every five people on the planet is Chinese. • On Valentine’s Day, nearly 189 million stems of roses are sold in the U.S. • The little dot over the lowercase letter ‘i’ is called a tittle. • The mask used by Michael Myers in the original “Halloween” movie was actually a Captain Kirk mask painted white. • About 10% of the world’s bird species live in Thailand, a greater diversity than in all of Europe or North America. • Voice actor Thurl Revenscroft sang “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” and was also the voice of Tony the Tiger.

Gallery Apartments

Peerless Apartments • The Corduroy Appreciation Club celebrates 1111-11 as ‘The Day That Most Resembles Corduroy.’ • Bug repellent doesn’t repel mosquitoes; it simply masks your body odor with a new scent that female mosquitoes dislike. • Rome was the first city to reach a million people. • Fortune cookies were invented by a cook in San Francisco in 1920. • The bladder of a male lobster is located in its head. When they fight, they squirt each other in the face with urine.

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Tidbits Grand Forks - January 7, 2016  

"National Trivia Day," Cows by the Numbers" and "Trivia About Trivia"

Tidbits Grand Forks - January 7, 2016  

"National Trivia Day," Cows by the Numbers" and "Trivia About Trivia"