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Post by JackRabbit on Sat Feb 20, 2010 8:42 pm

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Since 1950, neither winners

nor heirs may sell their Oscar statuette
without offering to sell it back

to the Academy first for $1.


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Post by hoaloha on Sat Feb 20, 2010 8:47 pm

one dollar? wow., Well it's a big honor in acting , the highest one but thats funny, one dollar.

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Post by JackRabbit on Sat Feb 20, 2010 8:54 pm

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Birthday today:
February 20th ... 1937

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The British Broadcasting Company played the opening bars of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony in all its broadcasts to Europe during World War II. The familiar "dah-dah-dah-DAAAAH" opening is the same as Morse code for the letter "v" (dot-dot-dot-dash) — the symbol adopted for "victory."

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In 1887, the largest snowflakes on record fell to the Earth in Montana.
Each snowflake was 15 inches in diameter.

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Post by JackRabbit on Sat Feb 20, 2010 9:07 pm


Birthday today:
February 20th ... 1966

Cindy Crawford
supermodel
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Horse-racing regulations state that no race horse's name may contain more than eighteen letters. Names that are too long would be cumbersome on racing sheets.

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Post by hoaloha on Sat Feb 20, 2010 9:22 pm

thats interesting, because some of the names are long.

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Key lime, a yellow lime with a bitter rather than sour taste, was named after the Florida Keys. Key lime pie became popular in the 1950s – a custardlike pie made with lime juice, condensed milk, and eggs and served in a pastry shell.

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Birthday today:
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Reportedly, Clint Eastwood wore the same poncho in all three of his famous spaghetti Westerns (A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More, and The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly) directed by Sergio Leone in the 1960s.

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Some form of bowling is played in more than 90 countries around the world. Approximately 100 million people participate in bowling today.

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Birthdays Today:

February 21st ...
Erma Bombeck [Fiste]
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b: 1927 - 1996
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Olympic badminton rules say that the shuttlecock has to have exactly 16 feathers. The best shuttles are made from the feathers from the left wing of a goose.

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The Corinthian columns in the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., are among the tallest in the world at 75 feet high, 8 feet in diameter, and 25 feet in circumference. Each were built of 70,000 bricks.

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Birthday today:
February 21st ... 1953

William Petersen, actor

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Post by JackRabbit on Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:26 am

Why are there 5,280 feet to a mile? Why not a number like 5,000?

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The measurement known as a mile is a vestige of the Roman Empire's rule over Britain. At this time, the Romans had a measurement known as mille pasuum (ME-lay PA-soo-em), or a thousand paces. A pace comprised five, possibly sandal shod, Roman feet. Using a simple mathematical calculation, we arrive at 5,000 feet per mile.

The demise of the Roman Empire left the Britons in a quandary. They now had a mile, consisting of 5,000 feet, and their own agricultural measurement, the furlong, used to measure the farmers' fields for the purpose of property deeds, etc. Instead of using the Roman foot in calculating the measure of a furlong, they used the distance a horse could pull a plow, in a linear fashion, before the nag needed a nap. They agreed that this measurement consisted 660 feet.

Now came the dilemma. The British wished to marry the furlong to the mile, but, as they wanted a mile to comprise eight furlongs, totaling 5,280 feet, instead of the Roman 5,000 feet per mile, they had no choice but to select one of the two. Not surprisingly, they chose their measurement over the Roman measurement because, as property deeds at the time were measured in furlongs, or 660 feet, a change to the Roman measurement would short the farmer or landowner.

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Oliver [Swofford], Singer

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More than 50 percent of adults surveyed said that children should not be paid money for getting good grades in school.

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Robert Young,
Emmy Award-winning actor (died 1998)

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Sweden is the biggest user of ketchup spending $4 a year on it. Australia comes in second with $2.50 spent on ketchup each year. Third place goes to the United States and Canada who spend $2.20 a year on ketchup. How do other countries stack up: Germany $1.70, United Kingdom $1.60, Poland and Japan $1.40, France $1.20, and Russia $0.90.

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Post by Breezey Breezey on Mon Feb 22, 2010 12:19 pm

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Olympic badminton rules say that the shuttlecock has to have exactly 16 feathers. The best shuttles are made from the feathers from the left wing of a goose.

I can see the idea of 16 feathers, but... how the hell does the Left wing of a goose matter? Why not the right wing? :scratch:

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Post by Tater Salad on Mon Feb 22, 2010 2:36 pm

I guess the right wing is too conservative for badminton!

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Post by JackRabbit on Mon Feb 22, 2010 3:38 pm

Did you guys know, that our Tater was a movie star?!
Why didn't you tell us that you were in the movies?! ((LOL))

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During The Empire Strikes Back's famous asteroid scene,
one of the deadly hurling asteroids is actually a potato.

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Post by Tater Salad on Mon Feb 22, 2010 3:51 pm

"Why are there 5,280 feet to a mile? Why not a
number like 5,000?"

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Post by hoaloha on Mon Feb 22, 2010 6:06 pm

I knew that Tater was famous for his head, but in the movies too, wow. rollonfloor

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Post by Tater Salad on Mon Feb 22, 2010 7:11 pm

Oh sure, I played the role of a giant rock.

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Post by hoaloha on Mon Feb 22, 2010 7:43 pm

Well, that must have been easy, no script to remember.

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Post by Tater Salad on Mon Feb 22, 2010 9:03 pm

But the makeup was horrible. I had to scrub for hours to wash it all off, and then my skin started peeling.

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Post by JackRabbit on Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:48 am

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George Harrison, singer, musician

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Eccentric actor and former teen heart-throb Johnny Depp purchased a lavish Hollywood Hills mansion in 1996 that once was owned by famed Dracula film portrayer, Bela Lugosi.

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In 1950, Scottish Nationalists stole the "Stone of Destiny" from Westminster Abbey. This was Scotland's Coronation Stone, taken by the English in 1296. By tradition, all British monarchs have to be crowned while sitting on it. It was eventually recovered from Arbroath Abbey, although some claimed this was a copy, and the original remained in Scotland. In 1996, the "Stone of Destiny" was returned from London to Edinburgh Castle, exactly 700 years after being stolen by Edward I.

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Philip Gilbert Hamerton, English art writer and landscape painter, noted, "If animals could speak, the dog would be a blundering, outspoken, honest fellow — but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a word too much."

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One of Napoleon's drinking cups was made from the skull of the famous Italian adventurer Cagliostro.

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those who cannot do what they are told,
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In the opening scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark,
Indy escapes with the golden idol in a seaplane
with the registration number OB-3PO.
This, of course, refers to Obi-Wan and C-3PO.

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February 24th ...
Today in 1582, Pope Gregory XIII issued a papal bull announcing the use of the Gregorian calendar. A reformation of the existing Roman calendar, it has become the standard for the majority of the world and the most widely used calendar in history.

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Also today in 1970, National Public Radio (NPR) was founded. A privately supported, not-for-profit membership organization, NPR produces and distributes programming that now reaches a combined audience of 26.4 million listeners weekly.

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Post by Tater Salad on Wed Feb 24, 2010 3:14 pm

"In 1950, Scottish Nationalists stole the "Stone of Destiny" from
Westminster Abbey."

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Post by Tater Salad on Wed Feb 24, 2010 3:18 pm

Hey Jack, did you know that the change to the Gregorian calendar caused a lot of problems with the commoners at the time it was introduced? Seems that because it shifted the date forward by a couple of weeks, and a lot of people were quite upset, because they thought that those "missing" days had been stolen from them!

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Post by Tater Salad on Wed Feb 24, 2010 3:28 pm

Okay, I did a little research, and apparently that's actually a myth.

"It has been reported in some history books that a number of the public
rioted after the calendar change, requesting that their "eleven days" be
returned. However, this is very likely a myth, being based on only two
primary sources: The World, a satirical journal of Lord Chesterfield
and a painting by William Hogarth.[3]"

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"I'm Too Sexy"
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Alvin & The Chipmunks did a cover of it!

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Sally Jessy Raphael, TV talk-show hostess

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