1072 Andre Bamberski
2916 Aeschylus-The great Athenian author Aeschylus is said to have been killed by a falling turtle. According to legend, he was so bald than an eagle thought his head was a rock and dropped a turtle on him in an attempt to crack the turtle’s hard shell.
3001 Amanda Bynes-In October of 2014, Amanda Bynes tweeted that her father sexually abused her as a child. She later claimed that this was not the case, and a microchip implanted in her brain forced her to say it.
3705 Avery Davis-When confronted by police, a Florida man named Avery Davis took his pit bull off the leash, pointed at the cops and yelled “Kill’em boy, kill’em.” The dog responded by biting him in the butt and chasing him into a nearby apartment where the officers promptly arrested him.
1379 Virginity Auction
4314-dentist-A Reader’s Digest journalist went to 50 different dentists in 27 States to determine if their diagnoses and treatment plans were at all consistent. None of them were and estimates ranged from $0 to $30,000.
1324 Alicia Silverstone
3041 Writing-Writing was likely only invented from scratch three times in history: in the Middle East, China, and Central America. All other alphabets and writing systems were either derived from or inspired by the others, or were too incomplete to fully express the spoken language.
2980 Telephone Hold Music-The first instance of telephone hold music was a mistake that was caused by a loose piece of wire touching a metal girder at a factory. It turned the building into a giant radio antenna that would play music from a next-door radio station when people were put on hold.
3585 Nestlé Slave Labor-Nestlé has admitted that slave labor is involved in the production of its Fancy Feast cat food brand in Thailand. They agreed that customers were buying products tainted with the blood and sweat of poor, unpaid and abused migrant workers.