False Facts 94 out of 5 men have gotten their arm stuck in a vending machine.
Every United States President with a beard has been a Republican.
Until last year, National Hockey League games that ended in a tie were settled by the Vice President.
Levi-Strauss lost millions when they marketed a line of blue jeans for horses.
At 5 feet, 9.2 inches, Tim Felder of Provo, Utah holds the Guinness Record for the most average height.
Prior to the discovery of penicillin in 1928, laughter really was the best medicine.
The Army Corps of Engineers has spent millions of dollars trying to cross a bridge before they come to it.
At the height of "Star Wars" mania, President Jimmy Carter gave an oval office address in a Chewbacca costume.
The original plans for the Statue of Liberty called for the statue to wave but France did not want to spend the money.
In order to become licensed, a courtroom sketch artist must demonstrate the ability to make defendants look "shifty".
Teddy Roosevelt was the last president to wear a hat in the shower.
A strict vegan will not indicate nonsense by using the word "baloney".
Until 1955, traffic signals also included a purple light which meant "up to you".
The National Weather Service has three employees who do nothing but watch for clouds that look like animals.
Leonardo da Vinci drew up plans for the first novelty set of chattering teeth.
You are more likely to be charged by a rhino than to be pulled over for not wearing your seatbelt.
The Dalai Lama's birth name is Doug Reynolds, Jr.
Every Tuesday and Thursday at 4 PM, President Obama has a banjo lesson.
A 150-pound person weighs 165 pounds in Canada.