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3631 Margot Robbie-Harley Quinn actress Margot Robbie revealed that a version of the character’s iconic court jester costume was tested for Suicide Squad, and though it was ultimately rejected, she hinted it could be seen in a future sequel to the film.

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3632 Nathan Thomson-In 2008, 9-year-old Nathan Thomson was stabbed in the face as he fought an armed intruder who tried to kill his mother, who was stabbed 8 times. After saving his mother from the slasher, they both survived.

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3633 Howard Hughes-After a 1946 plane crash, Howard Hughes decided he did not like the design of the hospital bed he was laying in. He called in his engineers and had them design a new bed that would allow someone with severe burns to move freely. It became the prototype for the modern hospital bed.

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3634 Wild Foxes-Several European countries dealt with their rabies problem by air-dropping vaccinated chicken heads for wild foxes to eat.

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3635 Light Bulbs-Between 1920s and 1930s Light Bulb Manufacturers formed a Market Controlling ‘Cartel’ that disallowed 1000 Hour+ lightbulbs and threatened legal action on any company who did.

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3636 CVS-CVS took a $2 billion hit to annual sales when it quit carrying tobacco.

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3637 Joshua Browder-An 18-year-old named Joshua Browder created a ‘robot lawyer’ that allows people to get free, custom-generated legal documents to appeal their wrongly issued parking fines. It's estimated that his service has already saved users $3 million.

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3638 Hipponax-Greek poet Hipponax was so good at insulting people that his victims sometimes killed themselves.

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3639 Denver International Airport-Denver International Airport (at 53 sq miles) is larger than Manhattan, San Francisco and Miami and is the second largest airport in the world.

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3640 The Villages-The Villages, the largest gated retirement community in USA, also has one of the fastest growing STD rates in the country.

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