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Today's Dippit!


Daily Quote

"A will finds a way."


Orison Swett Marden


Joke of the Day

How do you make a tissue dance?


You put a little boogie in it.


Fun Fact

Japan is facing a ninja shortage. There is a high demand for “ninja shows,” but it is a dying tradition and companies have trouble time finding properly trained ninjas.


History Fact

During World War I, the French built a “fake Paris”.

Complete with a replica Champs-Elysées and Gard Du Nord, this “fake Paris” was built by the French towards the end of WWI. It was built as a means of throwing off German bomber and fighter pilots flying over French skies.


It also even had a fake railway that lit up at certain points to provide the illusion from above of a train moving along the tracks!


Movie/TV Trivia

The original cut of The Wolf of Wallstreet had over four hours worth of content so had to be cut further.


Movie/TV Quote

"Are you not entertained?"


Gladiator (2000)


Conversation Starter

What’s the worst thing one can say on a first date?


Writing Prompt


Weird Laws

Washington

This ordinance is from 1984, and I will level with you, I didn’t look too hard to see if it was still current because you should all respect it regardless. If you are the one to confirm the existence of Sasquatch and then decide to kill Sasquatch, you are guilty of a misdemeanor and face a fine, jail, or both. It used to be a felony, which seems fitting. Sasquatch here is legally interchangeable with the terms Yeti, Bigfoot, and Giant Hairy Ape, but it seems clear that if you kill Sasquatch -- by any name -- it is you who are the true monster.

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