“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”
Did you hear about the deaf guy who got a speeding ticket? Neither did he!
In 2014, Sony made a cassette tape that can store 185TB of data!
Ronald Reagan Was a Believer In Astrology
Yes, Ronald Reagan was deeply interested in astrology. Both he and Nancy were, actually. And if you were curious, Ronald Reagan was an Aquarius—though the cosmos never influenced any policy decisions on his part, he reassured.
The ornaments that Marv steps on in Home Alone are actually candy
"For a guy with a four digit IQ, I must have missed something."
Seven years before Bradley Cooper became the quadruple-threat actor/director/producer/songwriter behind A Star Is Born, he played Eddie Morra, a writer who finds a drug that gives him a quadruple-digit IQ. It's one of those "just go with it" premises that's made explicit in the poster and trailer, but is reinforced in a scene that comes before the opening credits, a kind of "record scratch, freeze frame" setup that shows Eddie at the end of his rope, with unknown bad guys closing in before we rewind to get the full story. In voiceover while he teeters on the edge of a skyscraper, Eddie reflects on his current state, lamenting the gaps in his otherwise airtight IQ: "I'd come this close to having an impact on the world. And now the only thing I'd have an impact on was the sidewalk." Is this Shakespeare? Certainly not. But it's the kind of dumb, repeatable line that makes good-bad movies so enjoyable.
What was the first job you ever had?
Your character is a writer. But his new neighbors are so noisy that he can neither work nor sleep. He decides to take action....