"Laughter is the fireworks of the soul."
Time flies like an arrow… Fruit flies like a banana!
Hewlett-Packard’s (also known as HP) name was decided in a coin toss in 1939.
The name was always going to be a hyphenation of the two founders last names, so in order to decide between Hewlett-Packard and Packard-Hewlett, they flipped a coin.
Walt Disney Is Not Cryogenically Frozen
Walt Disney died in 1966 and there is a widely spread myth that his body was cryogenically frozen in the hopes that, when technology advances enough, he'd be revived. Well, sorry, but Disney was actually cremated.
Jon Heder was originally only paid $1,000 to be in Napoleon Dynamite.
"For a guy with a four digit IQ, I must have missed something."
What made you laugh this week?