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True or False? "The candy bar Baby Ruth wasn't named after Babe Ruth, but rather after the daughter of President Grover Cleveland."
True or False? "The 12th president of the United States was David Rice Atchinson, a Missouri senator who served for one day in 1849."
True or False? "People who have never been married are seven and a half times more likely than married people to be admitted to a psychiatric facility."
True or False? "King Louis XIV of France owned about 1,000 wigs."
True or False? "Lucille Ball flunked out of drama school."
True or False? "In Czecholslovakia there is an ancient church decorated with the bones of 10,000 humans."
True or False? "In 1973, a brewery in Poland accidently connected the beer storage tanks to the local water supply, delivering fresh beer to every tap in town."
True or False? "In 1510, a trial was held in France to determine the guilt of a group of rats accused of stealing barley."
True or False? "In 1970, the South Vietnamese government awarded a medal of honour to a Saigon policeman for not accepting a $10 bribe."
True or False? "The first alarm clock was invented in 1300's Germany to help monks in monastaries keep time."
True or False? "80% of 6th graders in the U.S. can't find the United States on a map of the world."
True or False? "2.5 million Americans play the accordion."
True or False? "Los Angeles, California, taxi drivers can be fined $1,500 for wearing plaid."
True or False? "It would take 100 cups of coffee consumed in 4 hours to kill the average adult with a caffeine overdose."
True or False? "40% of all dog and cat owners carry pictures of their pets in their wallets."
True or False? "Someone weighing 130 pounds will expend about 1.0 calorie per minute while sleeping, 1.2 surfing the Internet, and 10.3 calories per minute while running at a 10-minutes-per-mile (or 5 mph) pace."
True or False? "Approximately 2-5 percent of condoms tear during use."
True or False? "On average, men release 2.5 - 6 ml. of semen, containing 150 and 600 million spermatozoa in one ejaculation."
True or False? "More than 114 million acts of sex are performed each day around the world."
True or False? "Paul Cezanne had a parot who he taught to say, "Cezanne is a great painter.""
True or False? "Sixty-six people flew across the Atlantic non-stop before Charles Lindbergh."
True or False? "Theaters in Glendale, California can show horror films only on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday."
True or False? "By the age of 60, most people have lost 50% of their taste buds."
True or False? "During the Roman Empire, the Romans used lead as sweetening agent."
True or False? "Aeschylus, the Greek playwright, was supposedly killed by a tortoise that was dropped on his head by an eagle who mistook the chrome dome for a rock."
True or False? "To survive, every bird must eat at least half its own weight in food each day."
True or False? "Historically, only Hawaiian men danced the Hula."
True or False? "President James Garfield was ambidextrous and could write Latin with one hand and Greek with the other simultaneously."
True or False? "In 1961 Matisse's Le Bateau hung in New York's Museum of Modern Art for 47 days before someone noticed it was upside down."
True or False? "The middle initial in Harry S Truman stands for nothing. Both grandfathers' names started with S and Harry's parents didn't want any family squabbles."
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