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When suspect Taylor Parker threw his gun out the window during a police chase in Des Moines, Iowa, he accidentally shot out his own tire.

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Edward Grant of Middletown, New Jersey, caught a fish that had a giant bite out of it—it had healed around the injury and seemed healthy.

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For exercise, U.S. president Calvin Coolidge rode an electric horse that was installed in the White House three times a day.

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Even though you can see a lightning bolt from more than 100 miles away, the sound of thunder can only travel a dozen miles or so.

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Most Frightening Pictures on the Internet: https://t.co/XBFwa3z9Nj

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According to the app's data, the most popular emoji used for Venmo transactions is the piece of pizza.

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According to the app's data, Venmo is more popular during dinner than lunch and breakfast.

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Nicolas Cage's real name is Nicolas Coppola—his stage name was inspired by Marvel's Luke Cage, one of his favorite comic characters.

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"Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #1" in 1972 was Marvel's first solo title starring an African American hero.

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Did you like Moana? https://t.co/o49AiW6aRL

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The creator of Barbie and the creator of Hot Wheels were married.

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Sculpture student Jakub Hadrava created ghosts to inhabit an abandoned church—the ghosts generated tourism, which paid to repair the church.

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There exists an hour-long YouTube video of Matthew McConaughey sitting in a diner, sipping coffee and watching the rain.

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How many of these 90s toys do you remember? https://t.co/Jh22da5i4c

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The Ball Pool Bar Dive in Osaka, Japan, has no furniture—just a massive ball pit. Don't worry, all of the cocktails come with lids.

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According to a new study, your brain knows you've quenched your thirst before the beverage of choice even hits your bloodstream.

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Immediately call 911 if you see this: https://t.co/mApHUCiZMQ

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The X-ray sign in the opening credits of "Scrubs" was backwards for nearly five whole seasons.

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Nearly 95 percent of all clothing waste in the U.S. could be reused and recycled.

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In Thai, the phrase "Mai mai mai mai mai" means “New wood doesn’t burn, does it?”—each "mai" is given a different tone when read aloud.

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Pick your favorite junk food and this quiz will guess your relationship status: https://t.co/olTRFbnMiJ

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The Spanish phrase "¿Cómo como? Como como como!" means “How do I eat? I eat like I eat!”

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The Danish sentence "Far, får får får?" translates to “Father, do sheep have sheep?”

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The Latin sentence "Malo malo malo malo" could be interpreted as “I would rather be in an apple tree than a wicked man in adversity.”

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Here’s What You Have To Worry About During A Government Shutdown https://t.co/Irt8cUEQbF

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Most experts believe the word "Yeti" comes from a Sherpa word, possibly yeh-teh meaning “small, man-like animal” or meti meaning “bear.”

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Of the Yeti, Bigfoot, and the Abominable Snowman, the Yeti is the oldest with Himalayan, pre-Buddhist roots.

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Do you have the survival skills to live through a zombie apocalypse? https://t.co/k0Gv2V5xxE

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Six-inch-tall humans would potentially use 1728 times fewer resources than an average-height human.

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In 1994, Lisa Kudrow co-authored a scientific paper on the relation between handedness and both cluster and migraine headaches.

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