Grease for the Brainpan
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P.T. Barnum did not originate the quip, "There's a sucker born every minute." It was, in fact, a rival entrepreneur who coined the phrase (which ended with "...and none of them ever die.")

Atari means "warning" in Japanese.

The ridge running vertically between your nose and your upper lip is known as the "philtrum."

There are a total of fourteen television sets in Elvis Presley's Graceland.

Mr. Ed's off-screen name was Bamboo Harvester.

Chicago, nicknamed "The Windy City," is actually America's 12th windiest city. Mt. Washington, New Hampshire is the windiest.

Al "Scarface" Capone died of syphilis.

In order to find their way to the egg, sperm implement their sense of smell.

At the original Thanksgiving feast, according to many historians, the Pilgrims did not dine on turkey as the legend supposes, but were most likely served a course which included eel, a common dietary item for the Native Americans of that area.

In 1930, one Professor Aharoni traveled to the Hittite city of Chaleb, where he found a female, golden-colored "mouse" and her thirteen newborn babies. Every hamster in existence today descends from those original 14, and no other has been found in the wild since.
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