"Memories of our lives, of our works and our deeds will continue in others."
Joke of the Day
A woman walks into a library and asked if they had any books about paranoia. The librarian says "They're right behind you!"
The Bermuda Triangle isn't any more likely to cause a mysterious disappearance than anywhere else.
This area in the North Atlantic Sea is also called "The Devil's Triangle" because it is an area of the ocean that stretches between the tip of Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico. It has been thought to seemingly swallow up ships and aircrafts. Explorers as far back as Christopher Columbus have reported odd occurrences, like fireballs in the sky (that turned out to be a meteor crashing).
But historians, scientists, and the U.S. Coast Guard have proven that vessels are no more likely to disappear in the Bermuda Triangle than they are anywhere else in the ocean. Many prior disappearances have been demystified as remains of numerous wrecks were discovered or explained by weather patterns in the area at that time.
And Don’t Forget to Floss
Pour out another one for ancient dental hygiene: in ancient Rome, it was totally normal to use urine as mouthwash. At least they were trying to use mouthwash?
Sean Connery wore a wig in every single one of his Bond performances.
“What we've got here is failure to communicate.”
Cool Hand Luke, 1967
What was the worst book you had to read for school? How about the best book you had to read for school?
Arizona: No spitting in public
In the town of Goodyear, Arizona, it is unlawful to spit “in or on” any public building, park, sidewalk, or road. Offenders may be charged a fine of up to $2,500 and six months in prison. And in case you need a reminder, it's also just lousy etiquette.