Where strange fact and stranger fiction collide
Wow I am running late, it is already June 5th and I just getting out the new things I learned each day for May, but I guess it is an improvement I didn’t even get it out last month. Enjoy.
1st – In Jurassic World Jimmy Buffet can be seen running away from the dinos with two large margaritas.
2Nd – Despite the urban legend the Flag Code doesn’t say to burn the American Flag if it touches the ground.
3rd – Of his over 100 roles in movies only a third of Vincent Prices rolls where in horror movies.
4Th– The Imperial March does not appear until Empire Strike Back.
5Th The New Mexico Whiptail, the New Mexico State lizard, is completely made up of females. They have asexual babies who are exact clones of their mothers.
6Th – Oregon has the only state flag that has a different design on the front than it has on the back.
7Th Elvis Presley’s favorite super hero was Captain Marvel Jr.
8Th David Sim worked on 300 issues of Cerbus, the longest unbroken run on any comic book.
9th– At the age of 72 Bella Lugosi, would bring six small hidden bottles of alcohol to AA meetings.
10th A Japanese explorer named Maomi Uemura was the first man to reach the North Pole alone, on April 29, 1978.
11th – The concept of a black belt to show competence and mastery of martial arts was develop in 1880 for Judo.
12th– A 2015 survey had 41% Americans believed dinosaurs and humans existed at the same time, 16% replied they weren’t sue.
13Th– Civil War general and future president of the United States owned slaves up to the day the 13th Amendment made slavery illegal.
14th –The city of Beverly Hills got its name from the Beverly Hills Hotel.
15th -Pulp writer and founder of Scientology L. Ron Hubbard’s is well known for having participated in the occult project called Baylon working, to summon an aspect of the anti-Crist, but later in life he would claim he was recruited by an clandestine governmental organization to disrupt the project from within and save the world.
16th The novel Lolita was inspired by the poem Anabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe.
17th – The deepest diving shark is the Portuguese Dog Fish.
18th– Natasha Romanov’s, the Black Widows, skintight catsuit was based on 1940’s public domain heroine, Miss Fury’s costume.
19th– Alexithymia is the inability to thoughts and emotions in a verbal manor.
20th– During world war two Hedy Lamarr thought it would improve troop moral if the troops had a pill they could put in their canteens and turn the water into a Coke a cola like soft drink. The problem was she knew nothing about chemistry, so Howard Hughes assigned her two chemist to help her when she was making a movie for him.
21st– Clint Eastwood was once in a plane that crashed at sea and he had to swim three miles to the shore.
22nd– The line that separates the difference between day and night on the Earth is called the terminator.
23rd– The US used approximately three tons of ammo for each insurgent killed in the Afghan War.
24th– If a man has only one MC1R gene he will have a red beard and a different color hair. If he has two MC1R genes he would be a full redhead.
25th As children Truman Capote and Harper Lee lived next door to each other.
26th if you drilled a whole all the way though the earth and could fall all the way to the other side it would take 42 minutes.
27th – Humming birds hearts can beat up to a 1,000 times a minute.
28th – There is a giant mushroom in Oregon’s Malheur National Forest with a root system that covers over 2,200 acers, making it the world’s largest organism.
29th – The Tale of the Two Lovers, a 15th century best celling erotic romance was actually written by Pope Pius II.
30th – There are 18 different animal shapes in the Animal Crackers cookie zoo!
31st – In the year 2000, Pope John Paul II was named an “Honorary Harlem Globetrotter.”