RARE VINTAGE PHOTOS (32 PICS)

Approximately 98% of software in China is pirated.

37% of the web is PORN

In Japan there's a train that "floats" above the tracks by magnetism reaching 500 km/h (311 mph).


RARE VINTAGE PHOTOS (32 PICS)

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Women undergoing abortion after 18 weeks gestation sometimes give birth to a fetus that may survive briefly. It happens in about 4 per 100 000 abortions.

Dueling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are registered blood donors.

Chocolate has an anti-bacterial effect on the mouth and protects against tooth decay.

The Pokémon Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan are based off of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.

400-quarter pounders can be made from 1 cow.

The Earth is smoother than a billiard ball if both were the same size.

YouTube star Grumpy Cat earned more money than Oscar-Winning Actress Gwyneth Paltrow in 2014.

Donkeys kill more people than plane crashes.

Italian Traffic Police has two Lamborghini Gallado in service.

The Romans used to make toothpaste from urine.

King John I of France was proclaimed king five months before he was born. He only lived for five days.

in Turkmenistan car drivers are entitled to 120 Liters (31 gal.) of free petrol a month.

New Yorkers bite 10 times more people than sharks do worldwide.

Nepal is the only country that doesn’t have a rectangular flag.

Mel Blanc (the voice of Bugs Bunny) was allergic to carrots.

Internet Users Send 204 Million Emails Per Minute.

Licence plates in the Canadian Northwest Territories are shaped like polar bears.

It snowed in the Sahara desert for 30 minutes on the 18th February 1979.

In the Middle Ages BEER was consumed more than water as the alcohol made it safer.

Newborn babies can only see in black and white for a few months.

There are Potato Chips Dipped in Milk Chocolate.

Tobacco addicts are most likely to consider quitting the habit on Mondays.


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Did You Know That?

Microsoft pays you to use Bing instead of Google.

Butterflies cannot fly if their body temperature is less than 86 degrees.

Eagles can live in captivity for up to 46 years.

When you donate your body to science it can get used as a crash test dummy for medical training forensic research or to save a life through organ transplants.

In Japan watermelons are squared. It’s easier to stack them that way.

The shortest British monarch was Charles I who was 4 feet 9 inches.

Ben Guggenheim heir to mining magnate Meyer Guggenheim dressed in his finest suit had a glass of brandy and smoked a cigar as the Titanic sank.

A scientist in Antarctica got a date through Tinder with a girl camping just 45 minutes away.

New Brain Connections Are Created Every Time You Form a Memory.

The Automated Teller Machine (ATM) was introduced in England in 1965.

In 1940 12-year-old boy Fidel Castro wrote a letter to President F. Roosevelt to request a $10 bill because he had never seen one before.

The female lion does ninety percent of the hunting.

Around Central Park New York it can cost almost US$300 000 a year just for the right to operate a hot dog stand.

In 1971 Evita Peron's body was exhumed and flown to Spain where Argentina's Ex-President Juan Peron and his new wife kept the corpse in their dining room.

Angelina Jolie's breast cancer announcement doubled the number of women being tested in its first few months.


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